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Aryabhatta National Maths Competition


Aryabhatta National Maths Competition

Aryabhatta National Maths Competition


All India Council For Technical Skill Development (AICTSD) Organizing ” Aryabhatta National Maths Competition

All India Council for Technical Skill Development (AICTSD) is a National non-profitable organization

Aryabhatta National Maths Competition

Everything is depends on “Technology” & Technology is depend on “Mathematics“.The base of every innovation from Machine to Medicine is Mathematics. Nothing is possible without mathematical analysis.

INDIA had given the world class mathematician to the world with world class Innovations from “Zero (Found by Aryabhatta)” to “Infinity (Found by Bhaskaracharya)”.All these are the reserved patent on the name of the INDIA. All the great innovations in mathematics had got found in INDIA.

Through this competition, AICTSDare searching the ” Great Technology Scientist of Future INDIA ” From Student Community

Do you think,you can clear the competition & becoming the Technology Scientist of future INDIA ?? 

Eligibility Criteria for Aryabhatta National Maths Competition

Any school student from std. 4th - 12th can apply
Any college student or professional upto age 28 can apply

Rewards

1st Prize
Prize Money of Rs. 1,50,000/-  +
Industrial Certified National Level AICTSD Certificate +
National Mathematics Scientist Trophy +
1 Year Free Training & R&D on Robotics Automation & Softwares with Industrial Professionals worth Rs.1,00,000/- at Free of Cost ( Note – Training will be Online Live Training , so no need to travel ) +
The chance to Participate in International Level Project Competition Organised by AICTSD +
Get National Mathematics Scientist Scholarship

2nd Prize
Prize Money of Rs. 1,00,000/-
Industrial Certified National Level AICTSD Certificate.
National Mathematics Scientist Trophy.
6 Months Free Training & R&D on Robotics Automation & Softwares with Industrial Professionals worth Rs. 50,000/- at Free of Cost ( Note – Training will be Online Live Training , so no need to travel ).
Chance to Participate in International Level Project Competition Organised by AICTSD.
Get National Mathematics Scientist Scholarship.

3rd Prize
Prize Money of Rs. 50,000/-
Industrial Certified National Level AICTSD Certificate.
National Mathematics Scientist Trophy.
3 Months Free Training & R&D on Robotics Automation & Softwares with Industrial Professionals worth Rs.30,000/- at Free of Cost ( Note – Training will be Online Live Training , so no need to travel ).
Chance to Participate in International Level Project Competition Organised by AICTSD.
Get National Mathematics Scientist Scholarship


Schedule


Last Date of Registration
30th April 2023

Online Exam Date
21st May 2023

Online Exam Result
10th June 2023

Online Live Interview
20th June 2022

Final Result Date
30th June 2022

Exam Format

Online Exam – at Home only
Online Live Interview – at Home Only ( Only Top 20 Students from Online Exam will be get selected for an Online Live Interview. Out of these 20 students , top 3 students will be declared as the Winner. )
Exam Format – Objective Q&A (MCQ)
Exam Schedule – You will get the Exam Date & Time slot & Online Exam Link before the exam on your registered Contact number through SMS so always keep checking our SMS whenever it comes to you)
Exam Duration – 45 Minutes
No.of Questions – 30
Total Marks – 60
Negative Marking – Yes (1 Mark will be deducted for each wrong answer)
Recommendation – You have to appear for this test on PC or Laptop only with high-speed internet connectivity (More than 5mbps).

Application Fee: INR 290/-


 
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3 comments:

  1. Where do we find model question paper for all ages

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  2. I have applied for group 1 and I'm in class 6. But in the syllabus chain rule chapter is there which is not in the course of class 6 students. So will chain rule come?

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    1. If it is given in the syllabus, that may come

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