Kochi's SH College to host Brainobrain mental ability contest for children

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The event is expected to witness the participation of about 900 talented students. Photo: Facebook / BRAINOBRAIN INTERNATIONAL

Kochi: Brainobrain, a global skill-development programme for children, announced the 143rd state-level competition, which will be held on August 6 at Sacred Heart College, Thevara. 

The event is expected to witness the participation of about 900 talented students of Brainobrain’s abacus course from all corners of the State.

The State Level Brainobrain Competition is an annual extravaganza that brings together young minds to showcase their exceptional mental abilities through a 3-minute competition that involves solving sums of various difficulty levels. 

Students undertaking abacus classes at brainobrain centres will participate in various categories according to their age and Brainobrain Level.

Itinerary of the competition which will be held at SH College, Thevara, Kochi. Photo: Special Arrangements

Brainobrain Managing Director Anand Subramaniam will be attending the event.

The day will also include a live demonstration of the multi-tasking abilities and mental arithmetic skills of students. The grand finale of the event will be the prize distribution ceremony, where outstanding performers will be recognised for their exceptional performances throughout the competition.

(Brainobrain focuses on the holistic development of children's brains. With a presence in over 45 countries, the programme emphasizes mental arithmetic, abacus training, and skill-building exercises to empower young minds with essential life skills).

Website: www.brainobrain.com

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