The Delhi Public School International (DPSI), a world class international school in Tema has organized a mathematical quiz to test student’s knowledge in mathematics and fastness of their brains.
The participants in the competition were from the classes 1, 2, 3 and 4 with each student from all the four classes having the opportunity to solve questions respectively.
The students solved questions involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and other aspects of mathematics.
Winners of the contest were selected on credentials of being the first to finish and answering of all questions correctly.
The overall winners in the various classes were Jonathan Immanuel (1A), Prasanna Lokesh Chandankhede (1B), Koel Tekwani (2B), Jhanavi Kakhani (3B), Vasudha Ganesh Kumar Maurya (4a) and Eesha Chudasama (4B).
Winners were presented with certificates and the presentation was made by Mr. David Raj, Headmaster of DPSI.
Explaining the objective of the contest, the primary coordinator of DPSI, Mrs. Tanya Thakwani said,” the competition is to inculcate creativity in students and also to make them more resourceful to develop academically,” she underscored.
Mrs. Tanya also cited the competition as a programme that will help students to practice more and to improve their
level of competitiveness.
DPSI has engaged students in numerous competitions such as the National Spelling Bee, World Scholar’s Cup and many others which help the school to gain more recognition at the national and international level.
The school won trophies and medals at the just ended Scripps National Spelling Bee in US. They also received the outstanding school in Ghana award by the World Confederation of Businesses (WORLDCOB) for its holistic education and state-of-the-art infrastructure.
Students of the Delhi Public School International (DPSI) in deep concentration while taking part in the mathematics competition.
The judges at the mathematics competition
Mr. David Raj, Headmaster of the Delhi Public School International (DPSI), hands over a certificate to one of the participants
Parents watching proceedings at the mathematics competition