Maths learning app Countingwell has announced the dates for its maths skills tournament for school going children, Maths Premier League. The 2021 edition of the league will commence from August 15, 2021, and is likely to feature over 50,000 middle-school students from across 400 schools vying for the grand prizes.
Maths Premier League is a five-week tournament and is open to schools in India and abroad. Students can register for the competition by signing up on the Countingwell app.
As part of the contest, students will first need to complete a course covering the learning concepts of maths chapters in their curriculum, and then take online assessments on the Countingwell app every Sunday. These tests will aim to assess students at various skill levels in problem-solving, starting with knowledge of formulae and definitions, number operations, modelling solutions, and finally dealing with word problems involving language comprehension skills.
Countingwell will declare winners based on students’ cumulative performance. Schools will be evaluated on metrics like highest total scores, average scores, and total scores of their students and will be eligible for standalone prizes. The top school will win the Ramanujan Maths Trophy. Towards the end of the tournament, Countingwell will also announce six zonal winners across India. The total prize money is worth rupees 50 lakhs. The League also features weekly cash prizes as well as bumper prizes for individual participants.
No registration or fee details are available. So, students are advised to check from website of the edtech.