Olympiad Exam Schedule 2015-16 for Exams conducted by SOF

Exam Schedule 2015 – 16 for Olympiad Exams

Conducted by SOF – Science Olympiad Foundation

Schools may select one date for conducting the Olympiads. Change of date is not permitted. There are separate question papers for different dates. Schools may send registrations by 31st August 2015.

Exam Name Date 1 Date 2
15TH NCO 23rd Sept 2015 8th Oct 2015
18TH NSO 20th Oct 2015 5th Nov 2015
9TH IMO 26th Nov 2015 10th Dec 2015
6TH IEO 20th Jan 2016 28th Jan 2016

2nd Level Exams

2nd level exam will be held on 2nd/ 3rd Sunday of Feb 2016.

2nd level exam will be held for students from classes three to twelve for NCO, NSO & IMO.

IEO will be a single level exam.

How to Prepare?

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International Mathematics Olympiad – IMO Exam Details

Organized By – Science Olympiad Foundation (Sof)
Eligibility
Students of classes 1st to 12th are eligible to appear for the 1st level IMO. There is no other eligibility criterion like minimum marks. Students who qualify for the 2nd level exam include top 5% of students class wise who appear for the 1st level exam, state wise top 10 rank holders class wise and class toppers from each participating school where at least 10 students from a class appear in the exam & scores 75% qualifying marks. Students from classes 1 and  2 are not required to appear for the 2nd level exam and are ranked based on their performance in the first level exam.
How does a student benefit by taking IMO?
Participants of IMO are ranked on the basis of marks obtained. Hence, after taking the first level of the test, students can judge themselves academically at four different levels – within the school, at city level, at state level and above all at International level. Students are suitably awarded based on their international, State and School ranking. Prizes include cash awards, I-Pads, medals, Gifts, certificates etc… The International toppers from each class are awarded at a grand prize distribution ceremony held in Delhi, presided over by an eminent personality. Prizes for state winners and school winners are sent to their respective schools.
Details of the Exam
All the relevant information is sent to the schools all over the country / Asian countries along with prospectus, registration forms, posters and other details before the first round and then as the date and venue of the second level is decided, the information is sent to the relevant schools again. The students come to know about the necessary details from their school teachers or through the Foundation’s official website www.sofworld.org
IMO Syllabus
The syllabus of the IMO is the Mathematics syllabus as is prescribed by the CBSE, ICSE or various state boards.
How to Prepare?
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My school does not want to register for the IMO, but I am very eager to write the exam. Can I do it on my own?
SOF does not encourage individual participation. Students have to register through their schools only.
I have already appeared for the IMO while I was in a lower class? Can I appear again?
Certainly. This will give you an opportunity to improve your previous rankings, and if you are successful in doing so, you will again be eligible for certificates and prizes.
What is the structure and pattern of the examination?
For class 1 to 4 :
The participant has to answer 35 questions in 60 minutes. There will be a separate question paper for each class.
Question paper will have three sections
Section I – Logical and Analytical Reasoning
Section II – Mathematical Reasoning
Section III – Everyday Mathematics
For class 5 to 12 :
The participant has to answer 50 questions in 60 minutes.
Section I : Logical and Analytical Reasoning
Section II : Mathematical reasoning
Section III : Everyday mathematics
When are the results of IMO declared?
Results of both the levels of IMO are declared within 6 weeks of the examination. The results are sent to the schools concerned.
I have taken part in the IMO Can I also take part in the National Science Olympiad (NSO), National Cyber Olympiad (NCO) and International English Olympiad (IEO)?
Although conducted by the same Foundation, NCO, NSO, IMO and IEO are four completely different competitions. Students can register for all the 4 Olympiads in a year.
Is the IMO conducted in English only?
Yes.
Criteria for ranking.
In case of level one exam, the following criteria will apply:
  • Marks obtained in relevant level
  • Marks obtained in sections of the relevant level. Each section is accorded separate weightage.
  • In the first level exam, one rank may have more than one student.
In case of level 2, the following criteria will apply:
  • Marks scored in level 2 exams.
  • In case of a tie, weightage will be accorded as per following priority:
  • Marks scored in sections in level two exam accorded more weightage.
  • Marks scored in level 1 exam.
  • Marks scored in sections in level one exam accorded more weightage.
  • Past performance of student.
  • Interview conducted by SOF.
  • In level two, no two students will be given same rank.
Fees:
A nominal participation fee is charged from each student. Part of it is retained by the school for its expenses as exam centre. Details about the fee / mode of payment etc. are given in the School Registration Forms sent to schools.
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National Science Olympiad – NSO Exam Details

Organized By – SOF (Science Olympiad Foundation)

Eligibility
Students of classes 1st to 12th are eligible to appear for the 1st level NSO. There is no other eligibility criterion like minimum marks. Students who qualify for the 2nd level exam include top 5% of students, class wise, who appear for the 1st level exam, state wise top 10 rank holders class wise, and class toppers from each participating school where at least 10 students from a class appear in the exam & scores 75% qualifying marks. Students from classes 1 and 2 are not required to appear for the 2nd level exam and are ranked based on their performance in the first level exam.
Exam Details
All the relevant information is sent to the schools all over the country / Asian countries along with prospectus, registration forms, posters and other details before the first round and then as the date and venue of the second level is decided, the information is sent to the relevant schools again. The students come to know about the necessary details from their school teachers or through the Foundation’s official website www.sofworld.org
Syllabus for NSO
The syllabus of the NSO is the Science and Mathematics syllabus as is prescribed by the CBSE, ICSE or various state boards. If you sit for the second level and have moved onto the next class, the syllabus will remain the same (i.e. of the previous class).
How to Prepare?
Sample Papers & Study Material For NSO is available on www.talent4exams.com The Study Material is available Online or you can Take Printouts Chapter wise from the site.
The First Chapter / Sample Paper of all Packages is Free to be aware of the mode of study & content quality.
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  • Take Printouts of all papers & make your own study schedule.
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NSO Sample Papers
Detailed Science Olympiad Study Material
My school does not want to register for the NSO, but I am very eager to write the exam. Can I do it on my own?
SOF does not encourage individual participation. Students have to register through their schools only.
I have already appeared for the NSO while I was in a lower class? Can I appear again?
Certainly. This will give you an opportunity to improve your previous rankings, and if you are successful in doing so, you will again be eligible for certificates and prizes.
My school has already dispatched the registration form. I am left out and I want to register myself for the NSO. What should I do?
You can request your school authority to send your exam relevant details and fee immediately to Sof.
Structure and pattern of the examination
The competition is a written test of 60 minutes duration comprising of objective-type (Multiple Choice) questions. Each correct answer carries one mark. There will be a separate question paper for each class. The question paper will consists of two sections.
For class 1 to 4 :
The participant has to answer 35 questions in 60 minutes.
Section I : Mental Ability
Section II : Science
For class 5 to 10 :
The participant has to answer 50 questions in 60 minutes.
Section I : Mental Ability
Section II : Science

For class 11 to 12 :
For class 11 and 12, students can opt for Mathematics or Biology. There will be separate papers for each group.
Section I : Mathematics or Biology
Section II : Physics & Chemistry

When are the results of NSO declared?
Results of both the levels of NSO are declared within 6 weeks of the examination. The results are sent to the schools concerned. The results are also made available on the foundation’s website.
I have taken part in the NSO. Can I also take part in the National Cyber Olympiad (NCO) International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) and International English Olympiad?
Although conducted by the same Foundation, NCO, NSO, IMO and IEO are four completely different competitions. Students can register for all the 4 Olympiads in a year.
I have still not received my Roll No. / Admit Card / Participation Certificate. I have checked from my school authorities and they are also not in receipt of the same. Kindly advise what to do?
Please request your Principal / Science Teacher to inform Sof about the non-receipt of the above.
Is the NSO conducted in English only?
Yes.
Criteria for ranking.
In case of level one exam, the following criteria will apply:
  • Marks obtained in relevant level
  • Marks obtained in sections of the relevant level. Each section is accorded separate weightage.
  • In the first level exam, one rank may have more than one student.
In case of level 2, the following criteria will apply:
  • Marks scored in level 2 exam.
  • In case of a tie, weightage will be accorded as per following priority:
  • Marks scored in sections in level two exam accorded more weightage.
  • Marks scored in level 1 exam.
  • Marks scored in sections in level one exam accorded more weightage.
  • Past performance of student.
  • Interview conducted by SOF.
In level two, no two students will be given same rank.
Fees :
A nominal participation fee is charged from each student. Part of it is retained by the school for its expenses as exam centre. Details about the fee / mode of payment etc. are given in the School Registration Forms sent to schools.
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Green Olympiad 2012 Preparation

The Green Olympiad

What is the GREEN Olympiad?

The GREEN Olympiad is India’s first annual examination on environmental issues for middle and senior school students.

One of its kind in India, the GREEN Olympiad asks questions on air and water pollution, environment-friendly initiatives and practices, land and water resources, forests, wildlife, oceans, socio-economic aspects of natural resources, global climate change, and the roles of society to improve our environment.

Eligibility to Participate

The exam is open to students from Standard 8, 9, 10 . The schools should be affiliated to recognized educational Boards and trusts. PRIVATE COACHING INSTITUTE AND SIMILAT ENTITIES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE. Individual registration from students is not accepted.

Medium of Examination

The examination is conducted both in English and Hindi.

Eligibility for Foreign Citizens

GREEN Olympiad, is open to foreign nationals as well. Students  from countries like Bhutan, Russia, Nepal, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates are already participating

Exam Dates for 2012 Green Olympiad

25 August 2012 and 29 September 2012 (school can opt for any one of these dates, and indicate the same in the registration form)

Procedure for registration

Schools can register for this project through the registration form. You can write to Teri for the form/or download it from the GREEN Olympiad website.

If I already have appeared in the GREEN Olympiad in the past, can I enter again?

As long as you are a student in class 8, 9, 10, you may enter the contest each year.

Prizes for students writing the GREEN Olympiad

Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) awards ‘certificates of participation’ to all students who participate in the GREEN Olympiad. Merit and distinction certificates are also given to top performers. There is also a cash award for the state toppers. Also, the top 32 performing schools of the GREEN Olympiad are selected to participate in the TERRAQUIZ.

What is TERRAQUIZ all about?

The GREEN Olympiad finally culminates into TERRAQUIZ, the first environmental quiz programme for school students. TERRAQUIZ is a 13-episode quiz programme based on topics of daily concern, local as well as global. Each year, seven teams from each of the four zones and four teams from outside India are selected to participate in TERRAQUIZ. It is an interactive quiz and the rounds are designed on the lines of a game show. Attractive audio-visuals impart a unique flavour.

How does one qualify for TERRAQUIZ?

When the GREEN Olympiad examination is over, the results are collated and 64 students from the top performing 32 schools are invited to participate in TERRAQUIZ.

What is the visibility of TERRAQUIZ?

TERRAQUIZ has been telecast on a popular television channel, every year.

Channels: 1. Discovery Channel, 2. Discovery Science, 3. Discovery Channel (Tamil)

All 32 teams who participate in TERRAQUIZ receive attractive prizes. Schools are also recognized and awarded for their performance.

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How to Make your Child master in Mathmatics

Become Master of  Math
If your child is facing problems with mathematics then here are few tips

Make sure your children understand mathematical concepts.
Otherwise, math becomes a meaningless mental exercise of just memorizing rules and doing rote drills. Have your children manipulate objects to figure out basic concepts. For addition, they could add one, two, or more blocks to a pile of blocks and then tell you how many blocks are in the pile.

For this go through the chapter of particular  class  given on www.talent4exams.com study material

Help them master the basic facts.
Mastery of a basic fact means that children can give an answer in less than three seconds. Considerable drill is required for children to give quick responses. Use flash cards to help your children learn the basic facts. When they don’t know an answer, have them lay out objects to solve the problem.

Teach them to write their numbers neatly.
Twenty-five percent of all errors in solving math problems can be traced back to sloppy number writing. Improve your children’s number-writing skills by having them trace over numbers that you have written. Suggest they use graph paper to keep the numbers in problems neatly aligned.

Make mathematics part of your children’s daily life.
Mathematics will become more meaningful when your kids see how important it is in so many real-life situations. Encourage them to use math in practical ways. For example, ask them to space new plants a certain distance apart, double a recipe, and pay bills in stores

Provide help immediately when your children need it.
Math is one subject in which everything builds upon what has been previously learned. For example, a failure to understand the concept of percent leads to problems with decimals. If a teacher is unable to help your children, provide the help yourself or use a tutor or learning center.

Explain how to solve word problems.
Mathematicians have an expression: To learn to solve problems, you must solve problems. Teach your children to read a word problem several times. Also, have them draw a picture or diagram to describe it. Make it easier for them to understand the steps in a problem by teaching them to substitute smaller numbers for larger ones.

Also practice the exercise again again that was given in the review exercise of www.talent4exams.com

Help your children learn the vocabulary of mathematics.
They will never get a real feeling for math nor learn more advanced concepts without an understanding of its vocabulary. Check that your children can define new terms. If not, have them use models and simple problems to show you they understand how the term is used.

Encourage your children to do more than the assigned problems.
Considerable practice is necessary for your children to hone their math skills. If the teacher only assigns the even problems, having them do some of the odd ones will strengthen their skills. The more time your children spend practicing their skills, the sooner they will develop confidence in their abilities.

Teach them how to do math “in their head.”
One of the major ways to solve problems is by using mental math. Kids should use this method frequently instead of using pencil and paper or a calculator. When helping your children with a problem, help them determine when it would be appropriate to use mental math.

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SOME FACTS ABOUT NTSE

The scheme, which until now was completely centralised, was partially decentralised and was confined to only Class X Under the new arrangement the selection of candidates for the awards became a two-tier process. The states and the union territories were entrusted with the responsibility of conducting the first tier screening examination known as State Level Talent Search Examination. Each state and union territory was to select and recommend a stipulated number (state quota) of candidates for the national level examination to be conducted for about 3000 candidates by the NCERT.

The number of scholarships, however still continued to be 750 including 70 for SC/ST candidates. The states had complete autonomy to design and conduct their written examinations. However, they were advised to follow the national pattern which comprised MAT and SAT. The MAT, which consisted of 100 multiple choice type questions, was to be attempted by all the candidates.

The SAT consisted of 25 multiple choice type questions each on eight subject areas namely Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, History, Geography, Civics and Economics. The candidates could choose any four out of these eight subjects and had to answer a total of 100 questions in the SAT. A stipulated number of candidates who qualified at the nationalleve1 examination were called for face-to-face interview. The award of scholarships was finally determined on the basis of the candidates’ scores obtained in all the three components namely the MAT, the SAT and the Interview.

A crucial modification in the scheme was again made in the year 1995 when the provision of choice in the SAT was abolished and all the subjects were made compulsory. These subjects were Science, Social Science and Mathematics with 40, 40 and 20 questions respectively.

In the year 2000 the number of scholarships was raised from 750 to 1000.

A major change in the scheme came in 2006, The following modifications have been made in the scheme.

The scheme has been brought down from Class X to Class VIII.

The National Talent Search examination will be held at the end of Class VIII from the year 2007 onwards.

The Class VIII MAT and SAT will consist of 90 questions each.

SAT will have 35 questions for Social Science, 35 for Science and 20 for Mathematics.

Quota for a state will be computed proportionally on the basis of student enrolment in Classes VII and VIII.

The amount of scholarship has been enhanced to Rs 500/- per month for all the students studying in Class IX onwards (irrespective of the class/course) except for Ph.D., wherein it is paid as per UG9 norms.

A crucial modification in the scheme was again made in the year 1995 when the provision of choice in the SAT was abolished and all the subjects were made compulsory. These subjects were Science, Social Science and Mathematics with 40, 40 and 20 questions respectively.

In the year 2000 the number of scholarships was raised from 750 to 1000.

A major change in the scheme came in 2006, The following modifications have been made in the scheme.

The scheme has been brought down from Class X to Class VIII.

The National Talent Search examination will be held at the end of Class VIII from the year 2007 onwards.

The Class VIII MAT and SAT will consist of 90 questions each.

SAT will have 35 questions for Social Science, 35 for Science and 20 for Mathematics.

Quota for a state will be computed proportionally on the basis of student enrolment in Classes VII and VIII.

The amount of scholarship has been enhanced to Rs 500/- per month for all the students studying in Class IX onwards (irrespective of the class/course) except for Ph.D., wherein it is paid as per UG9 norms.

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Guru Mantras for Exams

Tests and exams are a regular part of the school environment. It is important that exams be kept in proportion – they are important, but not the end of the world. Some things can be done to make exams a more valuable, worthwhile and less threatening experience for students.

Exams and competition are regular part of school, college life . Here are some tips for student who are going to participate in the examination very soon

  • Have all necessary material with you

You can’t borrow items such as pens, pencils, rulers or special equipment while in an examination.

  • Have a relaxing night before your exams

Have an early night, and try to have a healthy breakfast.

  • Read the entire paper.

Where you have choices, decide which ones you plan to answer.

  • Plan your time.

Spend some time drafting a plan for the questions you choose to answer.

  • Jot down ideas as they come to you.

While you are answering one question, information about another may suddenly occur to you. Jot it down somewhere because when you come to that question perhaps an hour later, you may have forgotten it.

  • Don’t leave any questions unanswered.

If you are short of time, use note form. Remember, you can only be marked on the answers you give.

ü  Never leave the room early.
If you have time at the end, go over your work, add information (eg in the margin). You can’t return if you suddenly remember a fact after you have left.

  • Do not spend too long on multiple choice questions.

With multiple choice questions it is best to cover the answers and work out your own before looking at the choices on paper. If you can’t answer the question come back to it later – have a guess.

  • Never omit an entire question.

No matter how well you answer other questions, you must leave time for all questions – a perfect answer can still only earn a certain number of marks. If you write nothing, you can’t receive any marks and you have lost all your marks for a particular question. Write something – it may at least give you a few points.

  • Maintain a stable energy level.

Eating foods such as chocolate bars before an exam might give you an energy boost to begin with but your blood sugar levels will drop within an hour and your energy will plunge dramatically, making it hard for you to concentrate.

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IMO International mathematics Olympiad

Students of classes 1st to 12th are eligible to appear for the IMO. There is no other eligibility criteria like minimum marks.

How does a student benefit by taking IMO ?

Participants of IMO are ranked on the basis of marks obtained. Hence, after taking the test, students can judge themselves academically at four different levels – within the school, at city and state level, and above all at International level. Finally students are suitably awarded based on their international ranking. Prizes include cash prizes, computers, medals, CDs, etc.. The prizes for the first 3 toppers of each class are awarded at a grand prize distribution ceremony presided over by an eminent personality. Rest of the prizes are either sent to the schools or can be collected from the Foundation office after announcement.

What is the structure and pattern of the examination?

The participant has to answer 50 questions in 60 minutes. There will be a separate question paper for each class.

Question paper will have three sections

Section I – Mathematical Ability

Section II – Logical and Analytical Reasoning

Section III – Everyday Mathematics

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NTSE 2012

National Talent Search Examination

National Council of Educational Research and Training

National Talent Search Scheme is a flagship activity of the NCERT started in the year 1963. The purpose of the scheme was to identify talented students and nurture their talent. Talent refers to the potentiality that manifests itself in a high level of performance in one or more specialized areas

The scheme, therefore, covers areas like Sciences, Social Sciences, Engineering, Medicine, Management and Law

It honours and helps talented students by providing financial assistance in the form of a monthly scholarship
For the courses in Basic sciences, social sciences and commerce, this assistance is provided up to Ph.D level
For professional courses like Engineering, Medicine, Management and Law this assistance is given only up to Post Graduation

The NCERT conducts the National Talent Search Examination for students studying in class VIII only

1. Scholarships: On the basis of the examination conducts, 1000 scholarships will be awarded for each group of students appearing for class-VIII examination. The amount of scholarship will be Rs 500/- per month as per NTS rules

2. Reservation: 15% scholarships will be reserved for students belonging to the SC category, 7.5% scholarships for students belonging to the ST category and 3% for Physically Challenged group of students

3. Selection: There will be two-stage selection process for award of scholarship. For Stage-I, selection will be done by states/UTs through a written examination. Students who qualify Stage I will be eligible to appear for Stage II examination conducted by NCERT

4. The States/UTs will also conduct the selection test for National Means-cum-Merit Scholarship Schemealong with the Stage-I written examination for NTS.

NTSE 2012 Important Dates:

Dates for submission of application form and conduct of examination are given below

Stage I (State)

Last date for submission of Application Form: 31st August, 2011

Examination in Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 19th November, 2011 (Saturday)

Examination in all other states and UTs: 20st November, 2011 (Sunday)
Stage II (National)

Examination in all states and UTs: 13th May, 2012 (Sunday)
Note: However, dates for Stage- I examination may vary from State to State.

6. Eligibility: Students of Class VIII studying in recognized schools are eligible to appear for the respective Class VIII Stage I examination conducted by the States/UTs in which the schools are located. There will be no domicile restriction.

7. Examination: The pattern of written examination for Class VIII will be as follows:

• Stage I examination at the State/UT level will comprise two parts, namely (a) Mental Ability Test (MAT) and (b) Scholastic Ability Test (SAT) covering social sciences, sciences and mathematics.

• Stage II examination at the National level will comprise (a) Mental Ability Test (MAT), (b) Scholastic Ability Test (SAT) covering social sciences, sciences and mathematics, (c) Interview. Only those candidates who qualify the written examination at the National Level will be invited for interview.

8. State Quotas: Each State/Union Territory has been allotted a quota to recommend a specific number of candidates for the Stage II examination, the details of which will be made available on NCERT website. However, there will be no State/Union Territory Quota for the final award of scholarship after the Stage II examination. Reservation for SC, ST and physically challenged will be as notified in para 2 above.

9. NTSE Application Form: You may contact the State/UT Liaison officer for procuring application form. However, application form can be downloaded from NCERT website <http://www.ncert.nic.in> also. All correspondence relating to application forms should be addressed to the State Liaison Officers (LOs) whose addresses are given at the end/Website.

10. The completed application form duly signed by Principal of the school should be submitted to the LO/ concerned district official of the State before the last date.

11. Fees: States and Union Territories may notify the fee required which will be paid for the Stage-I examination. Therefore, before submitting the application form you may find out the fees charged for 2010 stage-I examination and also the mode of payment from the respective State Liaison officers, (LOs). However, NCERT does not charge any fee for Stage-II examination
12. Announcement of Results: NTSE Results of the Stage-I examination will be announced by the respective State Governments/ Union Territories. Results of Stage-II examination will be announced by NCERT.

13. Indian Students Studying Abroad can appear directly for Stage II NTS Examination under conditions prescribed in the NTS brochure for class VIII which is available on the NCERT website. Candidates may fill up relevant items of the Application Form available on the NCERT website and send to the undersigned along with a photocopy of the mark sheet of previous examination latest by March 31st, 2012

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