toughness is an acquired skill and not an inherited gift.” Chris Evert
25th of July 2018 was the day of
Stepping ahead towards the vision,
St. Xavier’s High School, Gurugram, hosted a large-scale interactive project
BRICSMATH.COM - the second online Mathematics competition for primary school
students. As we all know that no inauguration can ever suffice without
a distinctively opulent opening ceremony, St. Xavier’s left no stone unturned
for an extended hospitality and alacrity.
The function was presided over by the benign
presence of Mr. Thembela Ngculu, Counsellor Political, High Commission of South
Africa, Mr. Aleksei, the Second Secretary, Embassy of the Russian Federation, Mr.
Yang Jun, the Second Secretary, The Embassy of People’s Republic of China, Yaroslav
Baranov, Press attaché, Embassy of the Russian Federation, Mr. Zhang Liang, Attache,
The Embassy of People’s Republic of China, Ms. Tatiana Perova, Acting Director
for Russian Centre of Science and Culture and the distinguished members of
BRICSMATH.COM. The ceremony was also graced by members of the school
management, honourable school principal, headmistresses, staff and students.
is an extensive competition reaching across borders to strive locally and globally.
Its aim is to explore Mathematics as a school subject, increase interest in the
study of exact sciences, and unite children from BRICS countries.
On the auspicious morning of the ceremony, the talented
Xavierians were all ready to stage the greatest inaugural of its kinds. The
excellencies was given a rousing welcome with the scintillating cultural
performances.The children battling out in this
competition were from the Primary School.The ceremonial launch of the online
Competition was a festive occasion for children and the inauguration of the
intellectual Olympiad.The guests of all countriespressed
an interactive "Start" button on an interactive whiteboard in the
school’s IT lab and the competition automatically commenced for all
schoolchildren across the country. The honourable principal of the school
wished good luck to the young participants and boosted their competitive