Five ICAD students figure in top 20 AIR of NMTC
|Source: The Hitavada Date: 06 Apr 2017 15:09:00|
CONTINUING the legacy of ex-ICAD students, this year 5 ICAD students have qualified the prestigious National Mathematics Talent Contest (NMTC), conducted by the Association of Mathematics Teachers of India (AMTI).
ICAD’s Harsh Dolhare (AIR2), Sameer Pande (AIR-7), Vedant Bonde (AIR-12) and Suraj Hajra (AIR-13) qualified the inter level whereas, Sampada Mahajan has qualified in junior category with AIR-44 rank.
The most significant fact is that every year at least 3 ICAD students have featured in top 20 All India ranks of NMTC.
This distinguish achievement holders in last three years are Sameer Pande, Harsh Dolhare, Shovan Swain (IIT Hyderabad), Ashwin Tayde (BITS-Pilani), Pranjal Warade (IISc Bangluru), Suraj Hajra, Anurag Bharadwaj (IIT Kharagpur) and Rupanshu Ganvir (IIT-Powai).
The Association of Mathematics Teachers of India is a pioneer organisation in promoting and conducting Mathematics Talent Tests in India. National Mathematics Talent Contest is conducted to discover and encourage those students who have the capacity for creative thinking and willingness to counter unfamiliar and non-routine problems, exhibiting a general mathematical ability appropriate to their knowledge level. Those who have excelled in the examinations were congratulated by the faculty at the ICAD.
Interested may contact at 21, Tilak Nagar, near Law College Square,(Phonenumbers:0712-6572111,6573111,9823037090), informs a press release.