“The eight-session workshop will be held via video-conferencing app Zoom. The focus is on 3×3 type Rubik’s Cube. However, participants are requested to keep practising to get better at solving the cube,” says Bany.
The interactive lessons, every for about an hour, will likely be held on two slots – Tuesdays and Thursdays or Saturdays and Sundays – at eight pm although the timings are versatile. Bany says the workshop would cowl a quick historical past of Rubik’s Cube and its mathematical purposes. “After the workshop, algorithm sheets for cracking the cube will be sent via post to the residential address for children to keep practising,” he provides. Workshop price is ₹999.