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Online Workshop on Activity Based Complex Analysis in MS Excel

Wed Sep 09, 2020
Online Workshop on Activity Based Complex Analysis in MS Excel Time Wed Sep 09 2020 at 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm


INR 300 - 2,000 Tickets
Online Workshop on Activity Based Complex Analysis in MS Excel

About Online Workshop on Activity Based Complex Analysis in MS Excel:

Complex number system is introduced in Class-XI in the CBSE course. Number system starts with natural numbers and slowly moves to whole numbers rational numbers real numbers etc. It is being taught abstractly in schools. Then again it is extended to under graduate and higher courses. But many students fail to understand the underlying concepts of complex numbers. In this course every concept related to complex numbers are demonstrated geometrically using MS Excel.


Main topics that will be discussed are


1. Origin of complex numbers

2.  Algebra of complex number

3.  Modulus and argument of complex numbers

4.  Argrand plane

5. Polar representation

6.  Quadratic equations

7.  De Moiver Theorem

8.  Roots of complex numbers

9.  Sin^n t and Sin nt relationship

10. Complex functions

11. Exponential functions

12. Circular and Hyperbolic Functions

13. Inverse Hyperbolic Functions

14. Logarithmic Functions

15. Linit and continuity

16. Derivative – Cauchy Rieman equations

17. Analytic Functions

18. Transformations

19. Conformal mapping

20. Summary

Philosophy of our Mathematical Workshops


Our online mathematical Modeling workshops are based on the concept of ZPD. Before joining the Mathematical Modeling workshops everyone should understand the philosophy on which our math mentoring program (MMP) is based. In our MMP we will scaffold every students to learn different mathematical concepts from very basic level to advanced level based on ZPD which is described Appendix.




Dass SRL is a start-up company engaged in simplifying advanced mathematical concepts and promote these simplified mathematical concepts globally. The company has developed an innovative technique of teaching mathematics. It is a geometry-based teaching technique which helps students to convert any mathematical concept into geometrical shapes without any programming knowledge. It helps in clear understanding of mathematical concepts and makes mathematics learning easy enjoyable and reduces mathematics learning time dramatically. Dass SRL is collaborating with Allevents and Google classroom for pre-event and post-event management and smooth communication with participants. Now participants can raise their post-event doubts through Google classroom.



Mr. Chanchal Dass is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers. He is a Mechanical Engineer with Post Graduate Diploma in “Operations Research” and a Masters of Business Administration in Financial Management. He started his career at Hindustan Fertilizer Corporation Limited in the year 1981 and in the year 1990 he joined ONGC. He has over 22 years of experience as a Reservoir Engineer in ONGC. He is the inventor of three game-changing technologies. His first invention is a Multiple Zone Oil and Gas Production Technology the second invention is a Contract Bridge Tournament Application and the third invention is a new system of Teaching Advanced Mathematical Concepts. He is the recipient of the World Oil Award in the “Innovative Thinker” Category. He has been selected in the India Innovation Growth Program Pearson Affordable Learning program NASSCOM 10000 startup initiative CII Ericsson Startup Award and received many other national and international awards.

He is the Chairman of Dass Scientific Research Labs Private Limited and Dass Oilfield Technologies Private Limited. He was the Advisor of Gujarat Technological University for new approaches in teaching engineering mathematics. He has published and presented numerous papers and attended various National and International Conferences Forums and Seminars. He is the Fellow of Institution of engineers life Member of American Mathematical Society Indian Mathematical Society. London Mathematical Society Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and Society of Petroleum Geophysicists (SPG). He has established the Centre of Excellence in Mathematics for simplifying advanced mathematical concepts and promote these simplified mathematical concepts to masses.

He has visited many countries like USA(2) France(2) Netherland Belgium Germany Cairo China (3) Luxembourg Switzerland Qatar Dubai(6) Abu Dhabi Sharjah Malaysia (4) Thailand(2) Singapore Georgia UK(2) Azerbaijan Bangladesh Nepal etc. 



A total of seven IITians from IITB IITD IIT ISM are working on the Mathematics Simplification and Popularization Project under the guidance of Mr. Chanchal Dass Lead Researcher.

To know more about team please visit:



Zone of Proximal Development(ZPD):

ZPD stands for zone of proximal development. As per wikipwdia ZPD (zona blizhaishego razvitiia in original Russian) is best understood as the zone as the distance between what a learner can do without help and what they can do with little support from someone with more knowledge or expertise. The concept was introduced by psychologist Lev Vygotsky (1896–1934) during the last three years of his life. 

Vygotsky argued that a child gets involved in a dialogue with the "More Knowledgeable Other (MKO)" such as a peer or an adult and gradually through social interaction and sense-making develops the ability to solve problems independently and do certain tasks without help.


He believed that children would not advance very far if they were left to discover everything on their own. It's crucial for a child's development that they are able to interact with more knowledgeable others.

Vygotsky argued that rather than examining what a student knows to determine intelligence it is better to examine their ability to solve problems independently and ability to solve problems with an adult's help.  

Scaffolding in ZPD:

"Scaffolding is the way the adult guides the child's learning via focused questions and positive interactions." 

Scaffolding is a process through which a teacher or a more competent peer helps a student in their ZPD as necessary and tapers off this aid as it becomes unnecessary—much as workers remove a scaffold from a building after they complete construction.

Stress on Basics:

The basics must be learned first so one can build on prior knowledge towards mastery of a particular subject or skill. This is the basis of our mathematical modeling program.


Certificates will be provided .


Feedback from previous workshops:


1. Name: Adil Mohammed

2. Rating- 9/10

3. Expectations from the workshop met or not: Yes

4. Remarks: "It was very good. Only one can understand after attending the workshop. Mathematics is so easy and interesting. This workshop proved

5. Job title: Deputy Executive Engineer.

6. Department: Health Division Rourkela

7. Qualification: M.Tech( Environment Engineering)

8. Institute: VNIT Nagpur

1. Name: Rupa Bhatt

2. Ratings: 10/10

3. Expectations from workshop met or not: Yes

4. Remarks: It was a wonderful session. I thoroughly loved the way of teaching and its content. It was quite an interactive session that kept interest in going. Looking forward to more such sessions.

5. Job title: Assistant professor

6. Organization: Parul University

7. Qualification: M.Sc.


Feedback from 2nd Online Math Workshop:

"I am thankful to Mr. CHANCHAL DASS sir for giving me knowledge regarding maths transformation and modeling using MS-EXCEL the knowledge I found on that online session is completely new for me after learning that things I actually feel upgraded .because earlier I didn't think that we can use MS-EXCEL this way also.

during the session I faced a few difficulties following the work which is done by sir because when I tried to follow I was unable to keep my focus on the lecture but after the session ended I tried the whole workshop by myself then I understood well.

the conclusion is that the session was excellent and it was full of knowledge that's all."

From-Anshul M. Tech. ISMIIT

List of Institutions and Universities where mathematics workshops/ Lecture conducted:


1. National Institute of Oceanography Goa for research scholars

2. Gujarat Technological University Gujarat for engineering college faculties as well as students (Around 20 Math Workshops)

3. Sahajanand Laser Technologies Limited Gujarat for practicing professionals

4. Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology Gujarat (3 Workshops) for Higher Secondary B Tech M Tech and Ph.D. Students

5. Sri Padmavati Mahila Mahavidyalaya Tirupati for B Sc and M Sc (Maths) Students

6. Ganpat University Gujarat for B Sc (Maths) and M Sc (Maths) students

7. eInfochips Training and Research Academy Gujarat for M Tech students

8. Silver Oak College Gujarat for Engineering Students and Faculties

9. Venus International College Gujarat for B Tech students

10. Gujarat University Gujarat for Engineering College Faculties from Universities (RUSA sponsored workshop)

11. Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar for Ph D (Math) Students

12. Shri Swaminarayan Institute of Technology Gandhinagar for B Tech and M Sc Students

13. Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya Gandhinagar B Sc M Sc Students and University Faculties

14. Parul University Vadodara for University Mathematics Faculties

15. Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University Gandhinagar for MBA students.

16. St Xavier’s College Ahmedabad for B Sc and M Sc (Maths) Students

17. The University of Dhaka for PG students and Scientists

18. Rayat Bahra University Punjab for Faculties

19. Chandigarh University Punjab for Faculties

20. Hotel Grande Delmon Goa for Class ten to doctoral students and faculties

21. I K Gujral Punjab Technical University Punjab for Faculties

22. Central University of Kashmir Srinagar for B Sc and M Sc math students

23. University of Kashmir Srinagar for Research Scholars and Mathematics Faculties.

24. State Council for Educational Research and Training Government of Goa for school teachers

25. Institution of Engineers Maharashtra State Centre Mumbai 2 workshops open to all

26. College of Engineering Pune Maharashtra University faculties and doctoral students

27. Goa University Panaji Goa Open to all

28. Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai for students and faculties

29. Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur for UG PG and Doctoral students

30. Tribhuvan University Nepal for Faculties and Doctoral Students

31. Adani Institute of Infrastructure Technology Ahmedabad for UG students

32. Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai for UG PG and Doctoral students

33. Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur IMS conference

34. Indian Institute of Science and Educational Research Pune Time conference

35. ICAPAM Hotel Hilton Dubai

Certificates will be provided .




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