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Ahmedabad to host 17th National UCMAS Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Competition; 2500 kids from India to attempt a Guinness World Record of largest human abacus

Universal Concept of Mental Arithmetic System – UCMAS, a recognized global leader in Abacus-based visual math education, is all set to conduct the 17th National UCMAS Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Competition, the largest competition of its kind in India. Slated in Ahmedabad on September 1-2 at The Arena, Transtadia, the competition is likely to see a colossal participation of over 3000 bright minds in the 4-13 years age group from across Gujarat; 7000+ kids to partake in the competition from across India. Education minister of Gujarat, Shri Bhupendrasinh Chudasama have been invited to grace the event as chief guests. Highlight of this year’s competition will also be the formation of a human abacus in which 2500 school students from India will attempt a Guinness World Record by forming the largest human abacus.


The one of its kind event with children attempting 200 math problems in just 8 minutes will be adjudicated by representatives from Guinness World Records, Limca Book of Records, Asia Book of Records and India Book of Records.

Established in 1993 in Malaysia, today UCMAS has a network of 6000+ centres across 80+ countries and has trained over 2.5 million children around the world in the past 25 years. Known for its holistic development approach that fosters key cognitive skills in children, the child development program boosts brainpower in youngsters using three learning styles – Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetics/ Tactile.

Apart from strengthening math skills, the UCMAS approach promotes whole brain development and establishes foundational building blocks like memory, concentration, creativity and problem solving – core skills that inspire greater confidence and success in all subject areas. The program majorly assists Human Anatomy Development as this technique improves functionality of 5 + 5 organs i.e. Spleen, Liver, Heart, Lungs, and Kidney which in turn affect functionality of Stomach, Gall Bladder, Small Intestine, Big Intestine, and Bladder respectively.

The success of UCMAS program students, who have topped IIT entrance exams, competitive exams, and school boards, is testimony to the success of the program. UCMAS training also fosters a love for numbers and removes math-phobia that enables success in academics and entrance exams. Moreover, it ensures that the child is prepared to meet life’s challenges and achieve greatness.