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Cheenta is helping rural schools in math olympiad training. You may participate in this non-profit process.

What is Math Circle?

Math Circle is a group of 6 students selected from a workshop along with a coordinator (usually a teacher from the school) working together to solve conceptual problems.

Brief History...

In the former Soviet Union, students, teachers, and mathematicians created small groups (Math Circles) to facilitate the process of mathematical learning and philosophical discussion with the aim to promote enthusiasm and camaraderie towards the subject similar to a team sport. Prominent mathematicians like Perelman, are products of Math Circles in Russia.

Our goals

To spread curiosity-driven mathematical discussion in the remotest part of the world and unearth hidden gems using the Eastern European method of organizing Math Circles.

Participating Schools...

Swapnopuron Shiksha Niketan (SSN)

SSN Students
SSN Students
SSN Students
Sundarbans, West Bengal, India
Group Leaders: Souradip Das, Shibanjan Mukherjee, Ahan Chakraborty and Alivia Roy
  • 4 active groups from Class 3-9
  • 19 participating students
  • Participating Teacher in Up-Skilling: Abhijit Banik
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Filix School of Education (FSE)

Filix Students
Filix Students
Filix Students
Purulia, West Bengal, India
Group Leaders: Anushka Ramrakhiani, Harini KS, Abhiram Iyer, Aarav Anil Rao, Aaditya Punatar and Pranav Sawant
  • 6 active groups from Class 2-8
  • ¬†participating students
  • Participating Teacher in Up-Skilling:¬†
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Our Mission

Cheenta believes that everyone has the right to enjoy and explore the beauty of Mathematics. With this initiative, our mission is to involve schools from even the remotest corners of the world with the aim to establish Maths Circle as a norm to practice mathematics at the grassroot levels and encourage their participation in such activities.
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How this works...?

Schools can join hands with us to conduct Maths Circle Workshops.
Students from Cheenta (group leaders) preside over the mathematical discussions every week for 75 mins.
Co-ordinators (teachers) from the schools act as moderators.

How is Math Circle...

Beneficial to schools?
  • Encourage students to build their curiosity and enthusiasm through conceptual problems using group discussion which are not competitive.
  • Expose passionate students to multiple National and International Mathematics Olympiads and competitions.
  • Teachers participating in the Math Circle as coordinators will be certified.
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Beneficial to Cheenta students?
  • ¬†Students of Cheenta participating in Math Circle gets the opportunity to work with kids from around the country.
  • Students work can be published as articles or videos and this experience can be used as an extra-curricular activity.
  • Students participating in the Math Circle as group leaders will be certified after completion of 1 year and this can be used while applying to different colleges and universities in India and abroad.
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Meet the Group Leaders

Anushka Ramrakhiani
Anushka Ramrakhiani
Class 6
Souradip Das
Souradip Das
Class 9
Alivia Roy
Alivia Roy
Class 10
Aarav Anil Rao
Aarav Anil Rao
Class 5
Aaditya Punatar
Class 8
Abhiram Iyer
Abhiram Iyer
Class 8
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Math Circle Team

Our team strives to organize multiple Math Circle activities and manage the day to day advancement of the idea, while interacting and including more and more participants with the progress of time...

Dr. Ashani Dasgupta 

Founder and Faculty
Simran Gupta

Simran Gupta

Admin and Co-ordinator
Namrata Dutta

Namrata Dutta

Admin and Co-ordinator
Anish

Anish Guha Thakurta

Admin and Co-ordinator
Rupkatha Banerjee

Rupkatha Banerjee

Admin and Co-ordinator

Jatin Kumar Dey

Jatin Kumar Dey

Content Creator

Listen to our student's experience...

  • I found this very interesting, being in a higher grade I don't get to interact much with people in the fifth grade. They do have a good Intuition about mathematics, so that's great!
    Pranav Sawant

    Pranav Sawant (Class 11)

  • I enjoyed it a lot.
    Very vibrant kids.
    This much responsiveness is quite difficult to find at school at our age.
    Anushka Ramrakhiani

    Anushka Ramrakhiani (Class 6)

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