Aryabhata

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Aryabhata

(är'yəbhŭt`ə), c.476–550, Hindu mathematician and astronomer. He is one of the first known to have used algebra; his writings include rules of arithmetic and of plane and spherical trigonometry, and solutions of quadratic equations.
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The other interpretation was brought to fore by Jotirao Phule who stands the Brahamanical interpretation on its head to point out that Aryabhatt Brahmans invaded this land and defeated the native tribals by force and deceit at times.
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DU's Joint registrar Ram Dutt, Sri Venkateswara College Principal Hemlata Reddy, Aryabhatt College Principal Manoj Sinha, Shivaji College's senior Associate Professor Virendra Bhardwaj, Deen Dyal Upadhyay's senior teacher Manoj Saxena and senior Associate Professor at Dyal Singh College Ajay Bhagi are the panel members, the source said.
Located about 300 km from Patna, the MBIT, which is affiliated to the state government's Aryabhatt Knowledge University, will run a 4- year BTech course with an intake of 60 students in five disciplines.
Aryabhatt described algorithms for solving intermediate equations and for finding square roots and cube roots as well as the value of Pi.