Nagpur :- The Central Board of Secondary Education organized the Āryabhaṭa Ganit Challenge catering to students in classes VIII-X of CBSE-affiliated schools. The Āryabhaṭa Ganit Challenge unfolds in two stages, encompassing offline and online modes. It aims in integrating mathematical principles with practical aspects of life. This gruelling exam has multiple choice questions which are designed to assess the mathematical prowess of students with advanced abilities.
This year, around 5,50,000 students witnessed the enthusiastic participation from around 5050 schools. Upon successful completion of the second stage, the top 100 students from each CBSE region are conferred with a Merit certificate. Addhyayan Shivraj Padole of CENTRE POINT SCHOOL WARDHAMAN NAGAR is one among the top 100 students selected from the Pune region.
Principal, Kanchan Ukey whole-heartedly congratulated this gifted boy for his wonderful accomplishment. The credit also goes the Mathematics Department who have honed and developed his skills in this area.