Oman kids for global abacus contest

Muscat, Nov 22 – For the first time, nine children from Oman who have excelled in abacus and mental gymnastics will be taking part in 3rd Brainobrain International Abacus Competition to be held in Dubai on November 25. It will be held at Sheikh Rashid Auditorium, Indian High School in Dubai. The event, organised by Brainobrain International, will see thousands of children from across the world showcasing their math skills.
“It is indeed a proud moment to see these children from Oman who are set to test their skills,” Zaher al Sulaimani, Chairman, Brainobrain Oman, said. Oman will be hosting the first national competition next year, in which more than 1,000 children will be taking part.

While wishing the children the very best in Dubai, Al Sulaimani added: “Under our professionally trained and dedicated faculty and excellent infrastructural facilities, these children, who come together from different schools, grades and backgrounds, are set to become champs in Abacus and subsequently in life.” Brainobrain Skill Development Programme is the first of its kind which empowers children with exceptional capabilities focusing on brain/life skills.

It emphasises the importance of having the right attitude and skill sets that will make a difference. Neuro Linguistic Programming is the other value addition. children will be presented with opportunities to explore NLP concepts that will help them move towards higher potential, be it academics, artistic excellence, leadership skills, delivering a seminar, being creative or participating in a competition or an exam.