The fourth grader Bhavanite Aaron Dani Prasad, who hails from the state of Maharashtra in India, is a wunderkind who has amazed the world with his highest international benchmark score in Mathematics in the entire Gulf region. This proud prodigy is a student of Indian Educational School (IES- Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan) in Kuwait.
Since his Kindergarten days, the little master has shown a great fascination toward Mental Math, Brain Teasers, and number games. This great feat was achieved by this little Math wizard in the international examination conducted by the Brisbane based Australian Council for Educational Research. The examination was held in various centers in the Middle East in November 2016 and thousands of brainiacs had appeared for this well-admired examination to have their IBT scores assessed in Math, Science, and English.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Kuwait is one of the few Indian schools in Kuwait that provides its students an opportunity to appear for innumerable international assessments in the school itself to help them gain confidence in their pursuit of educational excellence.
T. Premkumar, the IES Principal, congratulated Aaron on his astounding success. He also thanked the Department of Mathematics, the primary wing of IES for their zeal and enthusiasm that helped many a student bring laurels not only to Bhavan but also to the country.