This event is specially designed to test the proficiency of the participants in a
subject which everyone has learnt since kindergarten - everyone's favourite
subject, Mathematics. This is an opportunity for those who are in love with
Mathematics to prove their courage at this state-level competition.
Round 1: This round will consist of Multiple Choice Questions based on the
Round 2: The qualified teams from Round 1 will attempt this round, which
consists of objective type questions on entire of Mathematics syllabi. A
formula sheet will be provided to each of the participants for reference.
Round 3: This is an open book, open resource round. Qualified participants
can use any gadget, refer any website or any book to solve this subjective
based round designed to test their core mathematical concepts.
All participants should have valid college ID card of their respective institute
with them along with the registration receipt.
Participants are expected to maintain decorum throughout the event
The decision of judges and the organizers will be final and binding to all
Student from any college and any branch can participate. No person can be
part of multiple teams at the same event
Rules may be changed without prior intimation. Participants are requested
to check the MindSpark'18 website(www.mind-spark.org) for updates
Q. What is the team structure?
A. A team may consist of 1 or 2 members.
Q. Can I participate in other events at MindSpark'18?
A. You are allowed to participate in as many events at MindSpark'18 as long as
you are able to manage your own schedule.
Q. What if my partner doesn't come, can I still compete?
A. Yes, you can compete alone if you have a valid receipt and ID.
Q. What is meant by "Pre-Calculus" Mathematics?
A. Pre-Calculus Mathematics includes the whole of Mathematics syllabus
before the introduction of calculus in it.