CBSE Circular Aryabhatta Ganit Challenge

For students with a keen interest in mathematics are now provided with a better opportunity to explore their knowledge.

CBSE has announced to conduct an exam for the purpose of generating interest in maths among students. It is a trial to clarify the myth that mathematics is a tough subject.

The entire course of execution is issued by the boards in response to the latest circular by CBSE. The provided circular explains all required guidelines and norms for the head bodies of CBSE affiliated schools.

Introduction to Aryabhatta Ganit Challenge:

In today's competitive world all that is needed is logical reasoning. It is required in almost every field, not just areas relevant to mathematics.

The secondary school syllabus includes mathematical practices that effectively contribute to the growth of the student's logical understanding. In general, it includes Proper reasoning by which they can land on outcomes. These outcomes come considered as the most reliable ones and are completely true in almost all situations.

In day-to-day events, students are expected to learn a lot. This learning is developed by students for aptitude and dexterity essential for maths. This type of learning procedure encourages students to recognize opportunities and areas to use mathematics, The planned syllabus relies on formulated problem assessments to let students apply their concepts. Thereby helping them to come to a final conclusion. It aims to make students learn to land on conclusions. And in a way, try to understand how to relate to real-world problems.

Details for the 'Aryabhatta Ganit test':

Aryabhatta Ganit Challenge is actually a computer-based test. It is conducted with another motive of getting feedbacks. The test mainly focuses to assess the ability of students to apply mathematics in their daily life. Out of which they get feedback on some level. An increased number of feedbacks increases the chance of improvement. Especially for education boards that tend to take initiatives for supporting schools in the arena of applied mathematics.

Eligibility for Aryabhatta test:

The test will be taken in two stages -

  • 1st Stage - Students of class VIII to X studying in CBSE affiliated schools are allowed to participate.
  • 2nd Stage - From each CBSE affiliated school, 3 top students are selected through stage 1 examination. Nextly, the test is conducted online.

Area of Evaluation:

It tends to explore the understanding and concept of students in three major areas:

  1. Applied mathematics in daily life (20 marks) - It includes relationships, Space and shape, Quantity along with uncertainty and data.
  2. Fun mathematics learning (20 marks): Puzzles, History of Mathematics, Current affairs in Mathematics and Mathematics around us is involved in this.
  3. Mathematical ability (20 marks) - Mainly Numerical ability, Spatial ability, and reasoning are tested under this area.

CBSE Aryabhatta

Fees:

  1. In the registration of stage 1, no fee is required.
  2. Furthermore, INR 900 is charged for the test of the second stage.
  3. The fee charged in the second is non-refundable.
  4. The amount of fees is accepted online only.
  5. It can be paid via debit card/ credit card / NEFT at the time of registration.

Recognition and awards by Aryabhatta Ganit Test:

Recognition and appreciation are awarded to both the students and their respective schools.

  1. For Students - A merit certificate is awarded who ranks under the top 100.
  2. For Schools - In one region CBSE award 10 schools. These 10 schools are selected on the basis of the maximum number of students participating in stage 1.

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