The presentation of the Russian educational on-line platform Dragonlearn.in and the International Olympiad in Mathematics “BRICSMaths” was made at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture (RCSC) in New Delhi on October 3, 2019.
The presentation was done by the representative of the online platform Uchi.ru Mrs. Ksenia Maretina and Mr. Harkanwal Singh Nehal, Implementation Specialist of Dragonlearn.in, who briefed the gathering comprising teachers and heads of Delhi-based schools.
Ms. Tatiana Perova, Head of Russian Language Teachers’ Training, RCSC, graced the occasion representing the RCSC.
The competition brings children from five countries together. The ceremonial launch of BRICS MATH.COM will take place within the framework of the XI BRICS Summit in the city of Brasilia. The first leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are invited to inaugurate the competition. The guests of honour will press the Start button on the interactive whiteboard and the competition will automatically across the five countries
As for the dates of the competition, the trial round is from October 12 to November 12, 2019. And the main round is from November 13 to December 13, 2019. The trial round gives students an opportunity to practice before the main round. Students can solve the tasks an unlimited number of times during the trial round. The results of the trial round do not affect the main round. In the main round, students will only have 60 minutes to complete the tasks. They can solve the main round on any day of the competition. It is not mandatory to complete the trial round tasks before solving the main round.
To participate in BRICSMATH.COM teachers need to register their students on the website. The competition is held in an online formation on the website bricsmath.com and is completely free of charge. Upon the completion of completion, all students will receive certificates that will be available in their personal account bricsmath.com. Teachers can print out the certificates and organise as award ceremony at their schools.