Students Showcase Their Mental Math Skills at National Abacus Competition - Sharp Brains Education

National Level Abacus Competition was organized by Champion’s Group on 9th October 2022 at Chandigarh, drawing top students from across the country to showcase their skills in mental math. The competition is for all ages and is designed to encourage and recognize excellence in mathematical abilities. Besides Chandigarh, this competition was also held in Navi Mumbai, Ahmadabad & Thiruvananthapuram. More than 10000 students took part in this competition.

Sharp Brains Education 60 students from Rampura Phul and Bathinda also took part in this competition at Chandigarh. In the competition, students were given task to solve 100 sums of Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division & Decimals etc. in only 20 minutes. Hard practice and self-determination were noticed in every participant in a race against time that they easily solved this paper within 06-09 minutes. During the Competition, the participants performed live demonstrations of their Mental calculation skills before the parents and guests to make them realize how their brain works faster than a Calculator and computer. Rubik’s Cube & many other mental skill activities were done during the competition.

Participating in an abacus competition is a great way for students to build their math skills and confidence. The use of an abacus helps students to visualize and understand mathematical concepts, making it easier for them to perform mental calculations. Additionally, the competitive nature of the competition can motivate students to work harder and improve their skills.

For parents and teachers, abacus competitions are an excellent way to evaluate a student’s progress and identify areas where they need additional support. By participating in these competitions, students can also learn important life skills such as time management, problem-solving, and critical thinking.

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