About us    Campaigns    Research    Support us    Publications    Media Room    Join Us    Contact us

India wins five medals at 54th International Mathematics Olympiad

Learning Achievements

2-Aug-2013 :

The Times of India

The Indian team has won two silver and three bronze medals at the 54th International Mathematics Olympiad, a statement said on Thursday.

“Sangik Saha from Kolkata and Shubham Sinha from New Delhi clinched the silvers while Pallav Goyal from Bhilai, Pranab Nuti from Hyderabad and Anish Prasad Sevekari from Pune bagged the bronzes,” it said.

Chaitanya Tappu from Pune was also part of the team.

The event was held at Santa Marta, Colombia, where a total of 528 students from 97 countries participated.

The Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, an institution under the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai sponsored the six-member team.

1 Comment

One Response to “India wins five medals at 54th International Mathematics Olympiad”

    7 August 2013 at 08:39

    very interesting news. But it is not known students of what level (age group) participated in the international event. Please highlight.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

  Disclaimer: The copyright of the contents of this blog remains with the original author / publisher.