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  1. 1. An initiative to inspire students to discover <br />Maths in unobvious situations and places. <br />
  2. 2. What is Mathcovery<br />Mathcovery is the first of its kind National level Mathematics competitiondeveloped by a group of school students.<br />Mathcovery seeks to help students <br />learn to appreciate and realize the unlimited potential of mathematics through the discovery of Maths present <br />in the most unexpected things and places. <br />
  3. 3. Why Mathcovery<br />Mathcovery aims to change the way in which the children look at Maths in general, that Maths is not just about learning the correct formulae or scoring good marks in exam. <br />Maths is present everywhere around us and through Mathcovery, the students learn to recognize this fact and in turn learn to love the subject.<br />
  4. 4. How Mathcovery started<br />In June of 2010, 6 students of varied ages, under the guidance of a team of experts from Educational Initiatives, came up with an interesting and unique idea for a first of its kind mathematics competition- MATHCOVERY.<br />MATHCOVERY CREATORS: Front row. From left to right: Chiranjiv Melwani (Class 11), NishantGajjar (Class 9), Rahul Makwana (Class 8), AnuronMitra(Class 10),Behind: TariniHardikar(Class 10), AnshulSheth (Class 7)<br />
  5. 5. What did Mathcovery Creators DO?<br />The creators came up with the idea for Mathcovery. <br />They first decided to test it by creating a Mathcovery project and presenting it to the Maths Experts at Educational Initiatives. <br />After a successful response from everyone, they designed plans for promoting it Nationally. <br />“Working with Mindspark in creating a nation-wide contest was simply amazing. I learned many new things like maths is found everywhere. Usually, we find maths difficult but actually it’s very easy, as we discovered.” AnshulSheth. <br />Chiranjiv building the Mathcovery Project in the Educational Initiatives office.<br />
  6. 6. What did Mathcovery Creators DO?<br />Even hosted the 2011 Grand Finale<br />“My experience with Mathcovery team is one of the best experiences of my life. The fact that I am actually a designer of a nation-wide contest is in itself very hard to believe. Sitting there in a real office, working with grown-ups, processing ideas and dishing out results has done wonders for my perspective.” AnuronMitra<br />
  7. 7. Mathcovery 2010 stages <br />Stage 1- Invitation sent to 8000 schools across the India <br />Mathcovery Poster displayed in Schools<br />Stage 2- 10,000 students participated in the first round on www.mathcovery.com<br />Mathcovery Website<br />
  8. 8. Mathcovery 2010 stages <br />Stage 3: Evaluation of Mathcovery Ideas <br />Nishchal Shukla, Maths Expert from EI evaluating the entries<br />Stage 4 – 20 Finalists along with their guardians were invited to participate in 3 day Mathcovery Nationals at Ahmedabad<br />Students & Guardians at the Welcome Dinner <br />
  9. 9. Mathcovery 2010 stages <br />Stage 5 – Grand Finale <br />Mathcovery Finalists <br />Mr. Sridhar Rajagopalan, MD Educational Initiatives addressing the audience at Mathcovery Finale<br />
  10. 10. Mathcovery 2010 - Grand Finale<br />Some of the Finalists<br />Maths in Communication Satellites<br />Maths in Globes<br />Maths in Migration<br />
  11. 11. Mathcovery 2010-Grand Finale<br />Judges Evaluating Entries<br />Judges Evaluating Entries.<br />From L to R-Prof. Amber Habib, Professor at Mathematical Sciences Foundation – Delhi, Dr. K. Subramaniam , Sr. Faculty at HomiBhabha Centre for Science Education, Ms.  MeeraRaghavan, Maths Expert – Bangalore, Ms. ManjiriPatil, Maths Expert<br />
  12. 12. Mathcovery 2010 - Grand Finale<br />Visitors – Schools, Students, Teachers, Parents, Media<br />
  13. 13. Mathcovery 2010 Winners<br />RaagaSrinivas- 1st Runner up (JR)<br />Topic: Maths in Bharatnatyam<br />Subhiksha S - Mathcovery Champion(Jr)<br />Topic: Maths in Aviation<br />Devasari Turakhia-<br />2nd Runner up (Jr)Topic: Maths in Dabbawala<br />
  14. 14. Mathcovery 2010 Winners<br />Vaidik Shah - <br />1stRunner up (Sr)<br />Topic: Maths in Criminal Justice<br />Mohammed Safiulla –<br />Mathcovery Champion (Sr)<br />Topic: Maths in Card Magic<br />JairajGambhir-<br />2nd Runner up(Sr)<br />Topic: Maths in Square Wheels<br />
  15. 15. Mathcovery 2010-Champions<br />From L to R- Vaidik Shah (Rustomjee Cambridge International School, Mumbai), JairajGambhir (Amity International School, Gaziabad) Mohammed Safiulla (The Titan School, Hosur), DevasariTurakhia (Billabong High International School, Mumbai), Subhiksha S (Sri Sankara Senior Secondary School , Chennai), RaagaSrinivas (National Academy of learning, Bangalore)<br />
  16. 16. Mathcovery 2010-Wall<br />“Mathcovery opened a world of opportunities for the kids! Great Job!”<br />-Ms. Manjushree, Maths teacher. Rustomjee Cambridge School, Mumbai<br />“Mathcovery has given me a new platform to present my idea. I thank you for it. Also the hospitality given here was amazing. The experience I gained here is eternal, so BIG Thnx!”<br />-JairajGambhir. <br />“Mathcovery has made me look uptoMaths in a new way. My learning experience was fun and I found out how many rofessions use Maths as a base. “<br />-Rahul Ramesh. Mathcovery Finalist. BalaVidyaMandir Senior Secondary School, Chennai<br />
  17. 17. Some of the Mathcovery 2010 participant Schools<br />The Shri Ram School, Aravali; Gurgaon<br />LilavatibaiPodar Senior Secondary School, Mumbai<br />Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls’ School, Jaipur<br />Welham Boys School, Dehradun<br />The Rajkumar College, Rajkot<br />Sri Kumaran Children's Home - CBSE, Bangalore<br />Yadavindra Public School, Patiala<br />SishuGriha Montessori and High School, Bangalore<br />The Scindia School, Gwalior<br />South Point School, Kolkata<br />The Riverside School, Ahmedabad<br />
  18. 18. PR Coverage-In Print<br />
  19. 19. Mathcovery - Online Promotion <br />
  20. 20. Mathcovery Season 2<br />
  21. 21. Mathcovery Season 2<br /> What’s New!<br />Going International: Reaching out to 18,000 schools in India and abroad. <br />Team Event- Each Team will comprise of 4 students representing their School.<br />
  22. 22. Entries selected from the online submission will be invited to Ahmedabad for Nationals. <br />Selecting entries for the Nationals . Evaluation by Maths Experts<br />Schools Register online with their Teams and the details of their ideas. <br />Stage 4 Nationals<br />November<br />Stage 3 Selection<br />September<br />Inviting 18,000 schools from India and Abroad<br />Stage 2 Registration<br />July-August<br />Stage 1-Invitation<br />June-July<br />Mathcovery Season 2-Stages<br />
  23. 23. Mathcovery Season 2 Stages<br />Stage 1 Inviting Schools-Sending communication kit containing Posters and letters to 18,000 Schools. Calling and sending out Mailers as well. (June-July, 2011)<br />Stage 2 Registration–Schools Register online with their Teams and the details of their ideas. (July-August, 2011)<br />Stage 3 Selection-Selecting entries for the National round. Evaluation by Maths Experts. (September 2011)<br />
  24. 24. Mathcovery Season 2 Stages<br />Stage 4 Nationals-Entries selected from the online submission will be invited to Ahmedabad for Nationals. The Mathcovery National champions will be determined by a panel of prominent personalities in the Mathematics field. (November)<br />
  25. 25. Mathcovery Season 2 <br /> How this will be Possible <br />Building on EI’s Credibility amongst Stakeholders<br />Utilising the existing vast database of 18,000 schools and 3.5 lakh students<br />Team participation to increase deeper level of school engagement<br />
  26. 26. Mathcovery Season 2-Promotion Activities<br />PR & Promotion<br /><ul><li>Media tie-up with a leading national publications
  27. 27. In-house newsletters to 20,000 members</li></ul>Online Promotion<br /><ul><li>Google Adverts
  28. 28. Social Media</li></ul>On Ground Promotion<br /><ul><li>Posters in 18,000 English Medium Schools in India and Abroad
  29. 29. Banners and Standees at the Nationals</li></li></ul><li>Be a Part of Mathcovery Season 2 <br />Connect with 18,000 Schools <br />Reach out to 3.5 lakh Students<br />Thank You<br />

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