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On Saturday, June 2, 2022, the winners of the departmental phase of the National Championship of Mathematics and Physical Sciences (CNMSP) and the Miss Mathematics Physics-Chemistry (Miss-MPC), 2022 edition faced the tests of the national phase at the Institute of Mathematics and Physical Sciences of Dangbo.

The launch of this phase was made by the Deputy Director of the Institute of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Prof. Vincent MONWANOU.

A total of 42 laureates including 18 candidates for the CNMSP and 24 candidates for the Miss-MPC competition were present at this last round of these two scientific competitions. They composed in Mathematics, in Physical Sciences-Chemistry and Technology and in Practical Work of Physics-Chemistry.

The 2022 edition had the largest participation ever with 1261 candidates for the National Championship of Mathematics and Physical Sciences and 795 candidates for the Miss Mathematics Physics-Chemistry Competition against 672 and 394 respectively in 2019 in the same categories.

The closing of the 2022 edition of these two scientific competitions will be concluded by the proclamation of the results and the award ceremony to the winners.

What do the champions and the misses win?

For the National Championship of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, the first one will get the Monseigneur Isidore de SOUZA cup, a sum of 300.000 FCFA, 100.000 FCFA for his mathematics teacher, 100.000 FCFA for his physical sciences teacher, a voucher of 100.000 FCFA for his school; the second one will get a sum of 200.000 FCFA and the third one will get a sum of 150.000 FCFA.

For the Miss-MPC Contest, the first runner-up will get the Miss crown, a sum of 200,000 FCFA, 100,000 FCFA for her physical science teacher, a book voucher of 100,000 FCFA for her school; the first runner-up will get 150,000 FCFA and the second runner-up will get 100,000 FCFA.

In addition, each of the first three winners of the national phase of the National Championship of Mathematics and Physical Sciences as well as each of the first three winners of the national phase of the Miss Mathematics Physics-Chemistry contest will be inserted in the scholarship program of the Council of Educational Activities of Benin (CAEB) until the end of their university education.

The launch of this phase was made by the Deputy Director of the Institute of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Prof. Vincent MONWANOU.

A total of 42 laureates including 18 candidates for the CNMSP and 24 candidates for the Miss-MPC competition were present at this last round of these two scientific competitions. They composed in Mathematics, in Physical Sciences-Chemistry and Technology and in Practical Work of Physics-Chemistry.

The 2022 edition had the largest participation ever with 1261 candidates for the National Championship of Mathematics and Physical Sciences and 795 candidates for the Miss Mathematics Physics-Chemistry Competition against 672 and 394 respectively in 2019 in the same categories.

The closing of the 2022 edition of these two scientific competitions will be concluded by the proclamation of the results and the award ceremony to the winners.

What do the champions and the misses win?

For the National Championship of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, the first one will get the Monseigneur Isidore de SOUZA cup, a sum of 300.000 FCFA, 100.000 FCFA for his mathematics teacher, 100.000 FCFA for his physical sciences teacher, a voucher of 100.000 FCFA for his school; the second one will get a sum of 200.000 FCFA and the third one will get a sum of 150.000 FCFA.

For the Miss-MPC Contest, the first runner-up will get the Miss crown, a sum of 200,000 FCFA, 100,000 FCFA for her physical science teacher, a book voucher of 100,000 FCFA for her school; the first runner-up will get 150,000 FCFA and the second runner-up will get 100,000 FCFA.

In addition, each of the first three winners of the national phase of the National Championship of Mathematics and Physical Sciences as well as each of the first three winners of the national phase of the Miss Mathematics Physics-Chemistry contest will be inserted in the scholarship program of the Council of Educational Activities of Benin (CAEB) until the end of their university education.