Welcome to Bebras

The Bebras Computing Challenge introduces computational thinking to students. It is organised in over 60 countries and designed to get students all over the world excited about computing. The 2018 Bebras India Challenge was held from 19th – 30th November for age groups 8-18 in English, Gujarati, Marathi and Telugu and was conducted online/offline under the supervision of the teachers. 2018 Bebras India Challenge had participation of 1,37,081 students from 380 schools across 12 states of India.

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Benefits of Computational Challenge

An analytical thinking skill that is a fundamental skill useful for everyone.

Computational Thinking is the process of formulating a problem, finding solution to the problem and expressing it in such a way that humans or machines can understand the solution.

  • To show students that computing is fun

    Computing can be learnt through engaging games and puzzles.

  • To develop students logical thinking and critical reasoning skills.

    Algorithms underlie the most basic tasks everyone performs, from following a simple cooking recipe to providing complicated driving directions.

  • To engage students and facilitate a deeper understanding of computing.

    Students who can think computationally are able to conceptualize, understand and use technology, helping them to be better prepared for the future.

  • To reveal to students the application of computing concepts in real life.

    Computational thinking concepts are used in other disciplines including biology, health, retail, transportation, history, journalism, finance, and archaeology.

How to Participate

Here’s everything you need to know about how to be a part of Bebras Computing Challenge.


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Bebras India in News

26 Apr

Bebras – Providing opportunities to rural students

The medium of instruction is Marathi at the Government Zilla Parishad School at Jaulke khurd, a medium sized village in Khed, Maharashtra. Like most rural areas, this school too lacks adequate infrastructure, with 3 computers (one laptop and 2 desktops), poor …