CBSE : BRICS Math Online Competition

Disclaimer: This website is not at associated with CBSE, For official website of CBSE visit - www.cbse.nic.in

MTS LOGO


CBSE : BRICS Math Online Competition



Rules of the competition “BRICSMATH.COM” and organization tips for teachers 

What is this competition about?

Bricsmath.com is an annual International online competition in Mathematics/General Ability for students of grades 1-12 in Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. 

When will the competition be held?

How can the teacher get access?

To get access to the competition you need to go through the registration process on the website bricsmath.com.
Please note that the email address you enter during the registration will be your login ID. To confirm the registration, we will send you an email with your login ID and password. You can always change the password from your personal account. 

How can the student get access?

Using your login and the password as a teacher, you need to log in to your personal account at bricsmath.com and create an electronic list of the class.
You need to enter the First Name, Last Name and select the gender of each student. Then the system will generate logins and passwords of the students.
After that, print out logins and passwords and give them to your students. Using these logins and passwords, students can take part in the trial and the main rounds of the competition. Each teacher can register an unlimited number of classes and students. 

How to sign up for BRICSMATH competition? 

How to organize the competition at your school?

To organize the competition you need access to the Internet and a computer with a modern browser (instead of the computer you can use a laptop or a tablet computer).
Each participant should have his own computer, the working capacity of which must be checked before the beginining of the main round.
Each student can take part in the main round only once, there are no second attempts. Therefore, we strongly recommend you to practice in the trial round a couple of days before the start of the competition. To do this, ask your students to sit in front of the computers. Inform them that in order to participate in the competition they need to go to the website bricsmath.com and enter the login and the password that you gave them. After this, allow them to solve the problems from the trial round. If you experience technical problems, please contact your school systems administrator.
Most likely, it will be necessary to update the web browser or reboot the Internet connection.

What web browsers can you use?

If you use a laptop or a computer, we recommend installing the latest version of Google Chrome.
Also, the following web browsers are supported by the site: Google Chrome 44 or higher, Firefox 43 or higher, Safari 9 or higher, Internet Explorer 11 or higher. 
If you have an iPad - use Safari and iOS 9 or higher.
The website may not work if you are using outdated browsers.
In case of any questions, please contact us at info@bricsmath.com.

ABOUT BRICS

BRICS brings together five major emerging economies – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, comprising 43% of the world population, having 37% of the world GDP and 17% share in the world trade. BRICS cooperation has two pillars: consultation on issues of mutual interest through meetings of Leaders as well as of Ministers; and practical cooperation in many areas through meetings of Working Groups/Senior Officials. 
The BRICS Business Council was established during the 5th BRICS Summit held on March 2013 in Durban, South Africa. The objective of creating the council was to constitute a platform which will promote and strengthen business, trade, and investment ties amongst the business communities of the five BRICS countries; ensure that there is regular dialogue between the business communities of the BRICS nations and the Governments of the BRICS countries; and identify problems and bottlenecks to ensure greater economic, trade and investment ties amongst the BRICS countries and recommend solutions accordingly.
Seven working groups in the areas of Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Financial Services, Energy & Green Economy, Skills Development, Agribusiness and Deregulation have been formed under the aegis of the BRICS Business Council.
FICCI, the secretariat for the BRICS Business Forum, has also been designated as the nodal agency by the Government of India to act as the technical secretariat for the BRICS Business Council.
As part of the various initiatives held under India’s Chairmanship, a research paper on required skill development in BRICS  countries, workshop on skill development, and many more have been organized in the previous years. The various initiatives at BRICS forum lay a special focus on nurturing the Mathematical skills of children, which further cater to building their reasoning, critical thinking, problem solving and even effective communication skills. To contribute to this agenda, FICCI ARISE is delighted to partner with the BRICSMATH.COM and create an impact on the learning of Mathematical concepts among students.. 

ABOUT BRICSMATH.COM

What is this competition about?

Bricsmath.com is an annual International online competition in Mathematics/General Ability for students of Grades 1-12 in BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa).

When will the competition be held?

How can the teacher get access?

To get access to the competition you need to go through the registration process on the website bricsmath.com.
Please note that the email address you enter during the registration will be your login ID. To confirm the registration, we will send you an email with your login ID and password. You can always change the password from your personal account.

How can the student get access?

Using your login and the password as a teacher, you need to log in to your personal account at bricsmath.com and create an electronic list of the class.
You need to enter the First Name, Last Name and select the gender of each student. Then the system will generate logins and passwords of the students.
After that, print out logins and passwords and give them to your students. Using these logins and passwords, students can take part in the trial and the main rounds of the competition. Each teacher can register an unlimited number of classes and students.

How to organize the competition at your school?

To organize the competition, you need access to the Internet and a computer with a modern browser (instead of the computer you can use a laptop or a tablet computer).
Each participant should have his own computer, the working capacity of which must be checked before the beginning of the main round.
Each student can take part in the main round only once, there are no second attempts. Therefore, we strongly recommend you practice in the trial round a couple of days before the start of the competition. To do this, ask your students to sit in front of the computers. Inform them that in order to participate in the competition they need to go to the website bricsmath.com and enter the login and the password that you gave them. After this, allow them to solve the problems from the trial round. If you experience technical problems, please contact your school systems administrator.
Most likely, it will be necessary to update the web browser or reboot the Internet connection.

What web browsers can you use?

If you use a laptop or a computer, we recommend installing the latest version of Google Chrome.
Also, the following web browsers are supported by the site: Google Chrome 44 or higher, Firefox 43 or higher, Safari  9 or higher, Internet Explorer 11 or higher.
If you have an iPad - use Safari and iOS 9 or higher.
The website may not work if you are using outdated browsers.
In case of any questions, please contact us at info@bricsmath.com.

Click Here To Download Notification PDF 2020

Click Here To Download Notification PDF 2019

Courtesy : CBSE

 

 

Disclaimer: This website is not at associated with CBSE, For official website of CBSE visit - www.cbse.nic.in

NEW!  CBSE Old Papers Books : Class-X, Class-XII