The International Kangaroo Mathematics Contest (IKMC) was our first international contest in Pakistan, bringing together top education experts from over 70 countries worldwide. These experts hold doctoral degrees from the world's most prestigious universities and are supported by a large number of global universities. The contest is also endorsed by dozens of National Mathematical Societies, research institutions, and esteemed Math Trusts, including the UK Math Trust. In academically advanced countries, National Mathematical Societies play a crucial role in shaping education policies and representing major universities. Moreover, leaders of the International Mathematics Olympiad also support IKMC, further solidifying its academic excellence. As a result, IKMC boasts unparalleled academic value, a standard we strive to maintain across all our organized contests.


Creative & Innovative Learning unites global education experts to foster a culture of critical thinking, clear communication, and intellectual exploration. Our mission is to enhance the educational landscape of Pakistani schools and colleges through various initiatives, including the organization of the world's largest mathematics contest and an annual international linguistic contest. These contests offer early international recognition to school children, empowering them to showcase their talents and confidence in their abilities. The International Kangaroo Mathematics Contest (IKMC) inspires intellectual growth, challenges genius minds, and helps Pakistani children develop a deeper understanding of mathematics in everyday life. By participating in IKMC, students improve their problem-solving skills, perform better in entry tests for medical, engineering, and other professional programs worldwide, and cultivate a lifelong appreciation for intellectual pursuits. In addition to IKMC, we are proud to introduce the International Kangaroo Linguistic Contest (IKLC), which refines English communication skills essential for academic success. We are also launching the International Bebras Informatics Contest (IBIC) and International Kangaroo Science Contest (IKSC) in Pakistan, aligning with our mission to promote critical thinking, creativity, and academic excellence in Computer Science and scientific exploration. Through these contests, we aim to inspire Pakistani children to embrace their intellectual potential and thrive in an increasingly interconnected world.


Our contests aim to liberate the minds of Pakistani children, fostering unconstrained thinking and creativity. We don't seek to test rote memorization, but rather provide an opportunity for students to showcase their innate problem-solving abilities, unencumbered by conventional thinking. We strongly advise Principals and Teachers to refrain from pressuring students to prepare for the "Kangaroo exam", as it's not an exam, but a unique and valuable learning experience. Allow your students to enjoy this stress-free lesson, and ensure no child is denied the opportunity. Let their minds soar beyond the confines of curriculum and textbooks, and discover their individual talents. Every child has something precious to gain from this experience, tailored to their aptitude and interests. Our contests present unexpected problems and questions, precisely the kind of training our students need. When they answer even one such question, they develop confidence in their abilities and learn to rely on their own thinking. The learning experience extends beyond the contest itself, as students take the question booklets home, sparking conversations with parents and teachers about these unexpected problems. This dialogue continues for a longer period, broadening their perspective on what children worldwide are achieving. This is the true value of an international contest. We acknowledge that it requires courage from teachers to engage their students in such a contest, but the benefits are well worth it.