At Rai Saheb Bhanwar Singh College Mathematics Laboratory was established in the year 2002,we have well equipped Mathematics laboratory for the students.  We have a separate room, with relevant and up-to-date equipment known as instructional materials, designated for Mathematic teaching and learning mathematics. We at Rai Saheb Bhanwar Singh College provides the opportunity for the learners to abstract mathematical ideas through their own experiences, that is to relate symbols to realities. Here anybody can experiment and explore teaching and learning material. The materials are meant to be used both by the students on their own and with their teacher to explore the world of mathematics, to discover, learn and develop an interest in mathematics. The activities create interest among students who want to explore and test some of their ideas, and beliefs about mathematics. Mathematical truths are accepted only on the basis of proofs, and not through experiments. The Mathematics laboratory is a place to enjoy mathematics through informal exploration. It is a place where anyone can generate problems and struggle to get an answer. At RSB College Maths lab is a space to explore and design new mathematical activities. Themath lab is not only to be used to assess students knowledge of mathematics. Often mathematics lab takes students knowledge beyond the curriculum.


  • 1.  Arousing interest and motivating learning. 
  • 2.  Cultivating favorable attitudes towards mathematics. 
  • 3.  Enriching and varying instructions. 
  • 4.  Encouraging and developing creative problems solving ability. 
  • 5.  Allowing for individual differences in the manner and speed at which students learn.


  • 1.  Some of the ways in which a Mathematics Laboratory can contribute to the learning of the subject are:
  • 2.  It provides an opportunity for students to understand and internalize basic mathematical concepts through concrete objects and situations.
  • 3.  It enables the students to verify or discover several geometrical properties and facts using models or paper-cutting and folding techniques.
  • 4.  It helps the students to build interest and confidence in learning the subject.
  • 5.  The laboratory allows and encourages the students to think, and discuss with each other and the teacher and assimilate the concepts more effectively.
  • 6.  It enables the teacher to demonstrate, explain and reinforce abstract mathematical ideas by using concrete objects, models, charts, graphs, pictures, etc.