Game Based Math Challenge Comes to an End: Check Out Indian Schools & Teachers Who Triumphed

Mangahigh Diwali Math Challenge Comes to an End: Check Out Schools & Teachers Who Triumphed

Mangahigh hosted their first online math competition in partnership with EdTechReview that witnessed all primary and secondary schools within 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.

This one of its kind challenge witnessed participation from over 200 schools across India. The competition lasted for 11 days including three training sessions for all the participants held in advance for a better preparation.

Mangahigh offers a student centric learning resource, with 600+ activities for K-10. All activities adapt in difficulty to address the learning needs of the student and are embedded within the gamified platform. Motivated to earn medals, students collaborated with their peers and improved their personal profile.

This Diwali Challenge was all about students completing math activities, which in turn contributed to medal points on the school's tally. Lessons were automatically assigned to students based on their age. Teachers further personalized their students' learning by assigning Mangahigh lessons to them using the easy-to-use teaching platform. The challenge required students to complete activities recommended.

After all the training sessions, the challenge was held and the most awaited results are now out. Check out the results below!

Top 10 schools and the number of medals they have won.

S. No.

Name of the School (Top 10)

Medals Won by Students

1.

Kulachi Hansraj Model School, Ashok Vihar, Delhi

85

2.

Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Kannur, Kerala

82

3.

Rukmani Birla Modern High School, Jaipur

74

4.

C.B.Singh Gaur Memorial School, Lakhimpur, Uttar Pradesh

46

5.

Satluj Public School Ellenabad, Haryana

50

6.

Modern School Barakhamba Road, Delhi

41

7.

Sanskriti School, Chanakya Puri, Delhi

31

8.

Rishikul Vidyapeeth, Devru Road Sonepat, Haryana

23

9.

Saupin's School  Sector 32A, Chandigarh

21

10.

Shaheed Rajpal DAV Public School , Dayanand Vihar, Delhi

15

Top 10 Teachers from the competition are: 

S. No.

Teacher’s Name

Name of The School  

1.

Sangeeta Gulati

Sanskriti School,Delhi

2.

Neena Tripathy           

Saupin's School, Chandigarh

3.

Shachi Narula

Lilavatibai Podar School, Mumbai

4.

Praveen Ralhan

CPS Global School, Chennai

5.

Rebecca Thomas        

American International School,  Chennai

6.

Reddy Chandrasekhar

Symbiosis International School, Pune

7.

Ratnika Govil  

Pathways School Gurgaon

8.

Joginder Kumar

Indraprastha International School, Delhi

9.

Sweta Jain

Heritage School, Delhi

10.

Reshmi Pillai

Rukmani Birla Modern High School, Rajasthan

Winners for the challenge have been awarded with medals and memories to be cherished for long. This was an experience for all the participants that helped them explore dimensions of game based math learning.  

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