The First man who introduced math exposition in India | The first man who collected Ramanujan's original letters and memorabilia | The first man who opened Ramanujan Museum in the world | The first man who created and introduced a Math Lab and Math Clubs in India | The first man who introduced Ramanujan's works to School Students | The first man who invented and created Math kits for School Children | The first man who introduced Low Cost Teaching Methods in Mathematics | The first man who introduced Culturalizaton of Mathematics in School and College levels

 
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P.K Srinivasanís contribution to the discovery of the man who knew infinity, Srinivasa Ramanujan, whose genius in Mathematics continues to dazzle the world, is internationally recognized. P.K Srinivasan founded the Number Friendsí Society at Muthialpet High School, where he served as a math teacher first and then was elevated as its Headmaster. Combining resources through the society, Srinivasan edited and brought out two Ramanujan Memorial Volumes which are greatly used today as reference material internationally and are extensively quoted in several publications like Robert Kanigelís ďThe Man who knew infinityĒ and in several works of pioneers in the world of Math like Berndt, Rankin and others. P.K Srinivasan, along with few of his inspired students, toured the whole of South India to collect memorabilia of Srinivasa Ramanujan, which included his several letters and unpublished works. The originals of these are displayed at the Ramanujan Museum, set up by P.K. Srinivasan at Royapuram. P.K Srinivasan was also an active member of the Ramanujan Museum Committee, Madras University.

 

The Failed Recognition - "Math Teacher whose Calculations went Wrong" -  Download PDF

 
PK Srinivasan