Download the Countingwell App on your phone
After the phenomenal success of India Maths Day 2020, this year's Countingwell India Maths Day promises to be even bigger, better and more exciting. Together, let us celebrate Maths.
An event celebrating Srinivasa Ramanujan's birth anniversary, India Maths Day honors the life and contributions of the legendary Indian mathematician. India Maths Day 2021 intends to celebrate the shapes, numbers, formulas, and theories in our daily lives. Every corner of the country will celebrate Maths this year.
Registrations are Closed
Join students of class 6th, 7th and 8th from across the country and take part in a National Maths challenge to pay tribute to legendary Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan.
Download the Countingwell App on your phone
Take a pre-assessment test anytime from 1st Dec 2021 - 21st Dec 2021
Complete the Qualifying course by 21st December
Celebrate IMD by attempting the challenge between 2 pm to 11 pm, 22nd December
Each winner can select the prize they want from among a number of options. Every participating student will receive a participation certificate. Top 3 students win the India Maths Genius Medal.
Schools Recognition *
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
The Countingwell India Maths Day is an event celebrating Srinivasa Ramanujan's birth anniversary, India Maths Day honors the life and contributions of the legendary Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan on his birth anniversary.
Students from grades 6th, 7th and 8th from across India can participate in this competition.
You can participate by downloading the Countingwell app and signing up for India Maths Day.
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.
It is open to students of all academic boards.
Schools, as well as students, can enroll in India Maths Day 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.
Schools and students have the opportunity to showcase their maths abilities at a national level. In addition to exciting prizes that you can even choose for yourself, winning this competition brings prestige and glory to the students and to the school. The top 3 students in the country in each class also win the India Maths Genius Medal.
Students who score the most correct answers in the least amount of time win the rewards. Schools with the best performing students also achieve national recognition.
Students can register individually to compete. Individual winners can select the prize they want from among a number of options. Every participating student will receive a participation certificate.
You can prepare by completing the qualifying course on the Countingwell app. You will be able to take the course after you complete the pre-assessment test. Be sure to the start this course early, so that you can complete it in time. You must complete this course in order to qualify for the Final India Maths Day Quiz.
Absolutely YES. The app is designed to help students like you learn maths in an easy and fun manner by just spending 20 minutes daily. 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.
Schools can register on www.countingwell.com and enroll students of their grade 6th, 7th and 8th to participate.
Students should download the Countingwell app and register on the app. As a part of the process students should take a pre-assessment test, anytime from 1st December 2021 onwards. On completing the pre-assessment test, they must complete the qualifier course before 21st December 2021 and finally take the India Maths Day Quiz on 22nd December 2021.
Once you register your school, you will be able to login via the Countingwell web site and check the performance of your students. You will also be able to send the invite to your students to participate in the event through your login account.
Students must be in Grades 6-7-8. Allowing or encouraging students who are in higher grades to compete will lead to the school and its students being disqualified.
The school does not need to provide additional information. The students can register themselves on the Countingwell app and provide the required details. However, each school gets a "School Code" which you can see by logging into you Countingwell account. Students need to provide this School Code when the register on the Countingwell app in order to link their account with your school
In addition to winning prizes, certificates and national recognition, we will also 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.