NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Creative Arts Brainobrain Chandigarh and Panchkula kids participated in the 26th National Abacus Competition held in the Thyagaraj Stadium New Delhi on 10th May 2015. More than 4000 students participated from around the country. Creative Arts Brainobrain given the 100% result in this time Of the 57 students who participated from Creative Arts Chandigarh and Panchkula 57 children won the following prizes under various categories as under:
Champions: Amey, Kartik, Advika, Pavitjot, Harjaap, Suryanshu, Prisha, Kritika, Aaryan Parmanand, Aviraj,Abhijai,Tanmay, Mitushi, Gurshaan, Gurleen, Anvita, Deeshita, Avinash Mishra, Aastha Mishra, Aditya Singla, Hardik, Aastha, Yashasvi, Arjun, Arhaan, Aakriti Bagri
Gold Toppers: Ayushmaan Manhas, Harishtap Ahluwalia, Shreya, Keshav Singhla, Reeshap,Adhiraj Madhok, Manhar Bakshi, Pradyumna Krishnan, Ojaswini Sikarwar, Chitra Sharma, Tulsi Sharma, Nakul Singh Sisodia, Rishit Verma, Shreya, Rizul Pansari.
Silver Toppers: Abhinav Rana, Varun Bothra, Ridhi Panjari, Aashna Bagri, Abhimanyu Sharma, Garv Kumar, Sehaj Dhingra, Satvik Verma, Voanya Sharma, Saksham Singh.
The competition was for 3 minutes and the children were given 70 sums to solve. The children solved 60 sums in 3 minutes. Children of Creative Arts Brainobrain Chandigarh and Panchkula were also given Demo Awards for difficult calculations.
Mrs. Rekha Bagri, Director, Creative Arts Brainobrain Kids Chandigarh and Panchkula said, “that this programme helps in the development of the brain in terms of concentration, visualisation, memory. Even the listening skills of the child are enhanced. It also helps in the overall personality of the child and helps them do better in their academics. The child can start this programme between the age of 4 to 14 years when maximum development of the brain takes place. It takes 2 1/2 years to complete the 10 level course by attending 2 hrs per week.
Rekha Bagri added that we use the Chinese Abacus as a tool to empower the mental abilities of the child. Children improve their computing skills multi fold with accuracy within a year with regular practice. Children are also taught neurobics and given NLP training as well.