Neelakantha Bhanu Prakash
Neelakantha Bhanu, aged 20, from Hyderabad, has won the first gold medal for India at the Mental Calculation World Championship, MIND SPORTS OLYMPICS, UK, beating 29 competitors, up to 57 years of age, from 13 countries at Mind Sports Olympics held in London recently, who also recently got congratulated by the President of India and addressed Common Wealth Nations. Bhanu has addressed conferences across 23 countries on the importance of math education in the human resource development of a country.
Neelakantha Bhanu holds
- 4 World Records,
- 50 Limca Records for being the Fastest Human Calculator in the World, breaking the records which were once held by math maestros like Shakuntala Devi and Scott Flansburg.
Bhanu believes that improvement of mathematical skill can cause a huge make-shift of a nation’s education composition and development. Bhanu has impacted over 2 Million Students as of now and has done shows across the world, and now wishes to carry this ahead into a National MISSION – गिणत भारत (Ganit Bhārat).
BHANU WANTS TO ERADICATE MATH PHOBIA ACROSS 10 CRORE CHILDREN IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS.