Gear up for The Biggest Maths League

Countingwell Maths Premier League is back with an opportunity for your School to compete and win the National Level Maths competition, and become the Maths Champion of the Country!

Schools across India are invited to get their students from grade 6 - 9 on the pitch to battle for the Ramanujan Maths Trophy

Register Your School

Terms & Conditions

2021 Participation






Hours of Learning

A Trophy as Big as the Glory

The Ramanujan Maths Trophy is a 7 feet tall, one of its kind grandeur to enthrone the Maths Champions of India!

Ensure maximum student participation and high scores to increase your chances of bringing home the biggest Maths trophy of the World.

Prizes and Recognition for Schools

  • Ramanujan Maths Trophy for National Champion (Across all Categories)
  • National Category Champions for Masters, Challengers and Enthusiasts
  • Regional Champions

Not all students have the same abilities and skills. So why test them against the same benchmark?

Countingwell’s AI will determine the skill levels of each child and categorize them as Masters, Challengers or Enthusiasts. Children in each category will get a different set of questions based on their abilities.

This will keep their enthusiasm alive and also give them the opportunity to score well, win prizes in their own category.

Prizes for Students


Road to Glory

Follow these steps to win the Ramanujan Maths Trophy
Register your School for the Maths Premier League 2022
Get your Students to download the Countingwell Maths App
Students will appear for the Qualifier Test

Through the Countingwell App

Top Performing Students will qualify for the final Scholarship Test

6th August 2022 through the Countingwell App

See Winners List

Maths Premier League 2021 School Winners

Highest Scoring School

New Era Senior Secondary School

Countingwell Ramanujan Maths Trophy Winners

Are You Ready to Reclaim the Title?
Register Your School

Terms & Conditions

About Countingwell

Countingwell’s blended learning strategy combines app-based micro-learning Maths lessons that children can do at home in sync with classroom teaching to maximise student success.

Our blended learning is intended to provide individualised and self-paced Maths learning for students and make it easy for teachers to assign personalised homework and pull data that guides their classroom instruction; allowing teachers to deliver differentiated instruction to students, use small group activities, engage students and facilitate effective learning for all.

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Countingwell MPL 2022 FAQs

For Students

The Countingwell Maths Premier League is India’s most prestigious Maths skill tournament for middle-schoolers. Over 5 weeks, schools participate in a series of exciting maths tests that demonstrate their students' prowess.

Students in Classes 6 - 9 can participate in the event.

It is open to students of all academic boards. Although the content largely aligns with NCERT, all students undergo one week of learning before taking the test, so students studying under any board can prepare for it.

You will need to download the Countingwell App from the links provided on this page on your smartphone. Both iOS and Android devices are supported. You cannot use the app on a PC or a tablet.

Schools, as well as students, can enroll in MPL 2022 absolutely free of charge. Free users can only access the app for a limited amount of time each day. Nevertheless, this should be sufficient for most students to complete the learning and take the test.

The school and students have the opportunity to demonstrate their Math problem solving skills on many different levels. You will be challenged by schools and students around the world over the course of five weeks. In addition to several exciting prizes and awards, winning this event brings prestige and glory to the school.

Throughout five weeks, winners are selected through a series of events. Students are identified based on their current Maths skill levels by Countingwell’s AI and undergo differentiated tests based on their ability and skill. We award winners based on their best averages and total scores. Schools with the highest totals win exciting cash prizes.

Students can register individually to compete for the Individual prizes.

In order to qualify for the Finals on 6th August 2022, you must complete the Qualifier Test. You cannot participate in the finals if you do not complete the Qualifier Test.

If the winner achieves the highest score in the shortest time, that is the winner.

You can prepare by just completing the course before each test.

Absolutely YES. The app is designed to help students like you learn maths in an easy and fun manner. You will find it a valuable aid to your classroom learning since it matches your school curriculum. Alternatively, you can upgrade to the premium version for unlimited access, including doubt solving. Our subscription plans are Here.

For Schools

Countingwell users must download the app and sign up to use it. Participants will use the Countingwell Maths Learning App to take part in the event.

Mobile users must download the Countingwell App from the links provided on this page. Both iOS and Android devices are supported. PCs and tablets are not compatible with the app.

Students must be in Grades 6-9. Allowing or encouraging students who are in higher grades to compete will lead to the school and its students being disqualified.

Teams are automatically formed based on the information students provide about the school during registration. We recommend that you encourage your students to enter the assigned school code when they register on the Countingwell App.

It is up to the schools to decide how many students to send. School level awards are, however, only granted to schools that send 30 or more students (across all grades). Further, the more students the school sends, the better are the chances of winning, since the final prizes are calculated based on total scores of all students.
Individual awards will be presented to students regardless of the number of students participating.

The scores for schools are either the sum of all scores obtained by individuals across all grades. These are calculated across all events. As certain awards rely on the total scores of all students combined, the more students your school nominates, the greater the chances of winning the award.

Schools will be recognized and awarded in the following categories:

  • Ramanujan Maths Trophy for National Champion Across all Categories
  • National Category Champions for Masters, Challengers and Enthusiasts
  • Regional Champions

A school can win in any one category. For example, if your school wins the Category Championship for Masters Level, it cannot win the regional level.

The school leaderboards will be published on the Countingwell Web Site after the event ends. Check back on August 13th, 5 PM for the winner list. We will also contact you directly if your school has won an award.

During this event, we will prepare the students for their maths chapters. Even if the schools don't follow the same syllabus, the content is designed to ensure that most of the concepts are covered. Our unique Learning-through-Competition program motivates children to learn maths concepts in a fun and engaging way.

For more information about Countingwell for Schools, visit: Countingwell can help your school provide your students with the most effective after-school learning and homework management tools.