National Conferences

To deliberate on issues concerning MATHEMATICS EDUCATION.

The Association of Mathematics Teachers of India has been organizing conferences in various parts of the country to meet and deliberate on important issues of Mathematics Education, particularly at school level. Besides the usual inauguration, valedictory functions, there will be endowment / memorial lectures on applied mathematics, methodology and history of mathematics, group discussions, exhibitions, recreations in mathematics, paper presentations, students sessions, Quiz-written and oral, Distinguished Mathematics teacher awards, cultural programmes and visit(s) to places of historical / mathematical interest. This apart, the hosts have the privilege to include some more items depending on the time frame. The life members will pay delegate fees at concessional rates. The details for attending may be got from the copy of the notice and programme of the 50th conference given below.

Any one interested in Math education from class IX onwards.

Delegate amount:

The Delegate Amount (for dormitory accommodation and food)

DetailsUp to 31-10-2019After 01-11-2019 Up to 01-12-2019
For members of AMTI & Teachers deputed by Institutional members (2 per institution only)3000/-each3500/- each
Non-members (with boarding & lodging)3500/- ”4000/- ”
Students (with boarding & lodging)2500/- ”3000/- ”

For Day visitors

Day Visitors  
Adults (to be provided with Lunch & Tea) 2000/- ”2500/- ”
Students (to be provided with Lunch & Tea)1500/- ”2000/- ”

(Day visitors will be provided Lunch & Tea)

Delegate amount may be remitted on or before 01-10-2019 by crossed DD payable at Chennai drawn in favour of AMTI.


The AMTI Punjab National Bank Saving 0346000100121327
600024015 PUNB0034600 PUNBINBBISB 50, Singarachari Street, Triplicane, Chennai – 600005

Please send us the scanned copy of the Remittancet receipt or transfer details.

Time: 27, 28 and 29 December 2019.

Venue: VIVEKANANDRA KENDRA, Kanyakumari (Tamilnadu)

Vivekananda Kendra came to existence in 1972 as a living memorial to Swami Vivekananda, with man-making and nation-building as its twin objectives. The Kendra has more than 850 branches and activity centres, spread over India to work for all strata of the society, to rebuild the nation. Apart from its service activities like Yoga, Swadhyay Varga (Study circle), Samskar Varga, Rural Development of Natural Resources etc., it runs schools as part of formal education in remote parts of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Orissa, Andaman-Nikobar etc. Apart from this, where school infrastructure is quite difficult and not possible, it runs Ananadalaya, specially for school drop-outs, children of working people in tea-garden, industries and coastal areas.

  • Theme: The conference proposes to discuss

    To give opportunity for wider participation the following sub themes are also suggested

    1. Concept-based teaching
    2. Blended Learning
    3. Flipped classrooms
    4. Problem-solving & Problem posing
    5. Non-routine Problem solving
    6. Mathematical creativity
    7. Digital technology in Math Education
    8. Mathematics within STEM
    9. Cooperative learning in Math
    10. Collaborative learning in Mathematics
    11. Activity-based learning in Mathematics
    12. Recursive thinking in Math
    13. Spreadsheets and math
    14. Brain-storming in Mathematics class
    15. Constructivism and math learning
    16. App-based Math
    17. Interactive whiteboard and learning math
    18. Algorithmic mathematics
    19. Mathematical modeling
    20. Popularization of Mathematics
    21. Visualization in Mathematics
    22. Open-ended approach in teaching math.
    23. Gamification
    24. Personalized learning
    25. Autodidacticism
    26. Differentiated Instruction
    27. Manipulatives
    28. Home schooling and Math
Tentative Programme 
1st Day
09.30-10.00 hrs.Registration
10.00-10.30Inaugural function
10.30-11.00Presidential Address
11.00-11.15Tea Break
11.15-12.15Dr. A. Narasinga Rao Memorial Lecture
12.15-13.00Paper Presentations-1
13.00-14.00Lunch Break
14.00-15.00Visit to Exhibition
15.00-16.00Paper Presentations-2
16.00-16.15Tea Break
16.15-17.15Written Test leading to Quiz programme
17.15-19.30Local sight seeing
2nd day
09.00-10.00Students Presentations – 1
10.00-11.00Prof. P.L. Bhatnagar Memorial Lecture
11.00-11.15Tea Break
11.15-12.00Invited Talk
12.00-13.00Paper Presentations-3
13.00-14.00Lunch Break
14.00-15.00Prof. R.C. Gupta Endowment Lecture
15.00-16.15Panel Discussions
16.15-16.30Tea / Visits to the Exhibitions / Stalls
16.30-17.30AMTI General Body Meet
17.30-18.45Cultural Programme by the Host School
3rd Day
09.00-10.00Students Presentations 2
10.00-10.15Final Quiz
11.15-11.30Tea Break
11.30-12.30Students Presentations 3
12.30-13.30Lunch Break
13.30-14.30Short Communication / Open session
14.30-16.00Valedictory Function
16.00Tea Break and departure with certificate.
** Items are sponsored by Prof. V. Ganapathy Iyer memorial fund instituted by Prof. V. Krishnamurthy, formerly of BITS Pilani

Paper Presentation :

As a registered participant, you may like to submit a paper for presentation. A conference paper is often both a written document and an oral presentation. The paper should be precise and relevant to the topic. A 4 to 5 page double spaced paper is often a good fit for a 10 minute presentation. Time limit will be prescribed by the chair person and has to be strictly adhered. Power point presentation could help to reduce time. Keep the text as brief as possible; not more than 10 lines of text (or points) per slide. All letters on the slide should be big enough to make it readable even at the back of the auditorium.

Posters :

A poster presentation is the presentation of information in the form of a paper poster that participants may view. A poster session will have many such posters getting presented. Important information should be readable from about 2 meters away. Title must be short and catchy. Text should be clear and to the point. Use of bullets, numbering and headlines make it easy to read. Employ effective use of graphics, colour and fonts.

How to get approval:

Typed abstract within 200 words along with the Registration form and delegate fees to reach the AMTI office by15-10-2019
Full length papers (three copies) with CD or email to reach AMTI by30-10-2019
Acceptance or otherwise by AMTI will be intimated by01-12-2019

[Note: Not more than two people (students/teachers/parents/elders) are allowed to accompany a student participant; each attendee has to pay delegate fees].

  • A teacher or student can bring exhibits.
  • The write up of each exhibit must be approved by AMTI.
  • The last date for submitting write up of exhibits is 1st October 2019.
  • Exhibits are hands-on-experiences to explore, explain and enhance math concepts. Low cost and self contained models which can be manipulated are preferred. The exhibits must be dynamic, simple to understand and should be related to concepts taught to children.
  • (a) The filled in application form and
    (b) A Demand Draft in favour of “The Association of Mathematics Teachers of India” payable at Chennai for the amount to be sent to AMTI
  • No other form of payment is acceptable from out station Institutions and the amount paid once is not refundable on any account.
  • Entries without the Data Sheet will not be entertained.
Application Form Online Application Form Annual Conference Invitation