Forward-Thinking Indian Schools To Compete for This Online Math Competition

Indian School Teachers & Students Compete by Joining the Diwali Maths Challenge

The Mangahigh Diwali Math Challenge is all set to hit this October and a lot of schools across India have already registered for this amazing experience.

This online math competition will witness primary and secondary schools across India competing with each other on Mangahigh's games-based learning platform, to fight for the Ultimate Diwali Glory across the 11 day challenge period.

Mangahigh, known for its gamified math learning provides a compelling and exciting supplement to traditional pedagogy making math education so much fun and exciting for the students. One of their regular users, Bangalore International School has been using the Manga High for over 3 years now and has seen great improvement in student engagement.

Registrations for the challenge are open; and a lot of institutions have already registered for this amazing challenge.

Some of the schools that are already on board are:

  • Ahmedabad International School
  • Al Burooj International School
  • C.B.Singh Gaur Memorial School
  • Dav Public School
  • Delhi International School Rohini
  • Dhauladhar Convent School
  • Dps, Faridabad
  • Educational Academy For Boys And Girls
  • Foster Billabong High International School
  • French Embassy School
  • G D Birla Memorial School
  • Hans Raj Model School
  • Hmr International School
  • Iqra International School
  • Jagran Public School
  • Joe Mount Public School
  • Kulachi Hansraj Model School
  • Lancaster High School
  • Lilavatibai Podar High School
  • Madani Public School
  • Maharaja Agarsain Public School
  • Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls' School, Jaipur (Raj.)
  • Manav Sehyog School
  • Medhaam Pre School
  • Met Rishikul Vidyalaya
  • Mgd Girls School
  • Miri Piri Academy
  • National Centre For Excellence
  • Pathways School Noida
  • Podar International School
  • Pragyan School
  • Ridge Valley School
  • Rishikul Vidyapeeth
  • Rockwoods High School
  • Rpvv, Kishan Ganj
  • Rukmani Birla Modern High School
  • Ryan International School Cbse Kandivli
  • Sanskriti School
  • Satluj Public School Ellenabad
  • Satluj Public School,Ellenabad
  • School Of Scholars
  • Shemford Futuristic School
  • Shri Gangaram Balkishan Modi Public School
  • Sricity Chinmaya Vidyalaya
  • St Xaviers Higher Secondary School
  • St.Thomas Marthoma School
  • St.Xavier's Higher Secondary School
  • The British School
  • The High Range School
  • Vedanta Vidyalaya
  • Woodstock School
  • ZP School Nagzari
  • ....and the number is increasing every day.

    This online competition will run from 17th – 27th October 2016. It is free to participate in and there are many exciting prizes to be won for the teachers, students and the school. 

    With Mangahigh, students have full access to awesome Maths lessons all day, every day. This means students can work through the lessons at home, or in class - providing a great opportunity to see the impact digital games-based learning can have on students, while also dramatically raising the profile of Maths in your school.

    Students are extremely enthusiastic about such challenges and teachers often use this as an opportunity to set extra work for students during the period of the challenge. With this cxhallenge, Students earn medal points by completing curriculum-aligned games and adaptive quizzes on Mangahigh. All points accumulate towards the school's running total which places the school on the Diwali Maths Challenge Leaderboard.

    Check out the official teaser below:

    Important Dates for the Challenge now are as follows:

    Training Sessions:

    Thursday 29th Sept @ 5pm IST: Third training session

    Thursday 6th Oct @ 2pm IST: Fourth training session

    Thursday 13th Oct @ 5pm IST: Fifth training session


    Monday 17th October 2016 Competition starts 00:01 am IST

    Thursday 27th October 2016 Competition ends 11:59 pm IST


    Friday 28th October 2016 Competition winner announced!

    Your School is invited to join the Diwali Maths Challenge organized by EdTechReview in partnership with and hop on a journey of lots of learning, fun and win amazing prizes! This is a great opportunity to see the impact digital games-based learning can have on your students whilst also increasing the profile of maths across the school.  We are confident your students will love taking part!

    Sign-up your school now:

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    Author: Priyanka Gupta
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