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.
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.
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.
Swapnopuron Shiksha Niketan (SSN)
Sundarbans, West Bengal, India
Group Leaders: Souradip Das, Shibanjan Mukherjee, Ahan Chakraborty and Alivia Roy
5 active groups from Class 3-9
21 participating students
Participating Teacher in Up-Skilling: Abhijit Banik
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.