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Students of New Era declared winners in the Nationwide Maths Premiere contest

Students of Vadodara New School were the Zonal and National winners in a recently held Maths Premier League.

Students of New Era declared winners in the Nationwide Maths Premiere contest
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Students of Vadodara New School were the Zonal and National winners in a recently held Maths Premier League. Through extensive efforts in preparing for this national level contest and with the help of their teachers the New Eralites managed to bring the prestigious A.K. Ramanujam trophy home.

Maths Premier League is an exclusive national-level competition organised by 'Countingwell' for middle-school students across the country. The competition runs for a span of 5 weeks during which multiple students from various schools take part in a series of maths activities, tasks, and tests to showcase their creative mathematical abilities. New Era Senior Secondary School won the west zone finals as well as the national finals this year. The winners in each of the 7 zonal school categories - East, West, South, North, North East, Central, and International - received a cash prize of Rs. 70,000. The platform successfully provided the student with an opportunity to gain the most extensive and enriching knowledge in maths.

Class seven and eight students of New Era excelled in all the categories of the contest, outshining all the nationwide participants and emerging as the top scorers . A total of 164 students took part in the competition that lasted for over a month. This maths premier is one amongst the many contests and competitions which have been designed to provide the students with the much needed co-curricular training and exposure to enhance their learning experience. To seal this achievement, the countingwell officials visited the school to officially award the schools winners and congratulate them on their efforts.

"I am truly proud of the achievement of our students and as New Era, we will continue exposing our students to such platforms which allows them to practise what they learn," said the school's principal, Leena Nair.

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