# Peer Discussion Sessions.

*This page was last updated in November 2021*.

This page contains an information archive of all the peer discussion sessions that happened as a part of CMIT activities. These are open, drop-in peer math discussion sessions for undergraduates to clear out problems they encounter during coursework and beyond, as well as giving them a broader idea of Mathematics. Sessions are voluntarily mentored by senior students from the School of Mathematics.

###### Varsha 2021

**November 16**: Eighteenth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**October 11**: Seventeenth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**October 08**: Sixteenth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**October 02**: Fifteenth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

###### Varsha 2020

**January 31**: Fourteenth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**January 24**: Thirteenth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**January 17**: Twelveth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

###### Varsha 2019

**November 15**: Eleventh Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**October 31**: Tenth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**September 13**: Nineth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates and *Aficionados (Anvesha expo)* meeting.

**September 04**: Eighth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates and *Aficionados (Anvesha expo)* meeting.

**August 27**: Seventh Peer math discussion session for undergraduates and *Aficionados (Anvesha expo)* meeting.

**August 16**: Sixth Peer math discussion session for *first year* undergraduates.

###### Vasanth 2019

**April 04**: Fifth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**January 24**: Fourth Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**January 10**: Third Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

###### Varsha 2018

**November 10**: Second Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.

**November 02**: First Peer math discussion session for undergraduates.