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Teachers in Chennai aced their challenge!


November 26, 2020

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Cuemath Teachers in Tamil Nadu celebrated this Independence Day differently!  They were presented with the 70th Independence Day Challenge which required a teacher to add 10 students in 10 days to her centre.

The challenge went on from 12th August to 22nd August. This Challenge was accepted with great vigour and enthusiasm.

Over the course of 10 days, 80 Teachers added 235 students. These Teachers emerged as winners of the 70th Independence Day Challenge:


Josephine Sugritham-13 students

Asha Muralidharan- 12 students

Shamna Balaji – 11 students

Dhivyaa Murali- 10 students

Shalini Jain- 10 students

Aarthi Senthil Kumar- 10 students

Gomathi Ramesh- 10 students


Winners of the Independence day challenge in Chennai

What a fabulous number. While it’s easy to read it, we do know how much hard work goes into speaking to parents and making sure they understand Cuemath entirely. We are absolutely proud of all of you!

The following Teachers emerged as Runners-up of the 70th Independence Day Challenge


Pavithra Sakthivel- 7 students

Anupama Narayan- 6 students

Divya Ramesh- 5 students

Sunitha Arun- 5 students

Gracy Christopher- 5 students

Revathy Lakshmanan- 5 students

Subashini Balaji- 5 students

Uthra Venkatram- 5 students


The Challenge winners will be awarded a swanky Tablet while the runners up will be gifted goodie bags for all the students at their center.

Practices for increasing students at your center

  • Aarthi Senthil Kumar asserted that the Cuemath Quiz she organized a few weeks ago helped her achieve her target. She created a group for parents who attended the Quiz and engaged them with puzzles and various activities. She feels that systematic follow-up and engagement will help create interest in a program like Cuemath.
  • Asha Muralidharan conducted a Kiosk during her colony’s Sports Carnival. With the guidance of the City Managers, Ms. Shanthi, and Mr. Ramesh, a good number of parents were informed about Cuemath.
  • Shalini Jain shared that her existing students pitched in by bringing in their friends to the center. “Cuemath is a great product so people come in automatically”, she added.
  • Shamna Balaji says” My first student was my lucky star who helped me with his network of friends.” Additionally, the attractive pamphlets given by Cuemath helped her convince the parents.

Well, from all that these teachers are saying, it’s quite understood that Cuemath Teachers are creating a storm in Chennai.

The teachers in Chennai have added the highest number so far. Congratulations to all the winners. Here’s to many more challenges.

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Here is a summary of the experience of learning from Cuemath teachers:

  • Kids approach math problems logically
  • Encouragement to ask math questions 
  • Make kids enjoy math instead of dreading it
  • They learning on their own and solve questions by themselves
  • The Cuemath techniques keep kids’ minds alert
  • Puzzle cards, logical questions are some of the features
  • Cuemath training lets kids learn math at their own pace and does not force anything on them unlike many other learning programs

Also, check out this Playlist of Testimonials from our Cuemath teachers and hear all that they have to say about Cuemath.

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