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Olympiad Exam

  

Syllabus of OLYMPIAD Exam:

 There are Various Types of International Olympiad Exam. Shortcut Syllabus is given below:

1. Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE):   Conducted by   HBCSE on behalf of NBHM, DAE

Syllabus

The syllabus for National Standard Examinations (NSEs) in Biology, Chemistry and Physics is broadly

equivalent to the senior secondary level (up to and including Class XII) of CBSE.

The syllabus for National Standard Examinations (NSE) IN Astronomy is broadly equivalent to senior secondary level (up to and including Class XII) of CBSE. There will be greater emphasis on physics and mathematics and elementary astronomy.

2. National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS): Conducting by IAPT, HBCSE on behalf of NBHM, DAE

Syllabus

The syllabus for NSEJS is broadly equivalent to secondary school level (up to and including Class X) of CBSE. All the basic subjects of science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) and Mathematics may have roughly equal emphasis.

3. Junior Mathematics Olympiad (JMO):       

Conducted by KVS, HBCSE on behalf of NBHM of DAE

 

SYLLABUS for Class X

There is no fixed syllabus. Sound knowledge of Mathematics up to class 9th and Algebra of class 10th will be normally covered for KVS Jr. MATHEMATICS Olympiad. No routine problems are asked in Olympiad to assess the ability of students in Mathematics.

Syllabus for Class XI & XII

The syllabus for Mathematical Olympiad (regional, national and international) is pre-degree college mathematics. The areas covered are arithmetic of integers, geometry, quadratic equations and expressions, trigonometry, co-ordinate geometry, system of linear equations, permutations and combination, factorisation of polynomial, inequalities, elementary combinatorics, probability theory and number theory, finite series and complex numbers

and elementary graph theory.  The syllabus does not include calculus and statistics.  The major areas from which problems are given are algebra, combinatorics, geometry and number theory.  The syllabus is in a sense spread over Class XI to Class XII levels, but the problems under each topic involve high level of difficulty and sophistication.

4. Junior Science Olympiad (JSO):

Conducted By KVS, HBCSE on behalf of NBHM of DAE

Syllabus for Class X

The syllabus for KVS-JSO will be broadly equivalent to the secondary school level (up to Class X) of the CBSE. This is only a broad outline, and there is no detailed syllabus given for KVS-JSO.

Syllabus for Class XI & XII

The syllabus for JSO is broadly equivalent to secondary school level (up to and including Class X) of CBSE. All the basic subjects of science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) and Mathematics may have roughly equal emphasis.

5. Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO):

Conducted By Education Ministry of participating countries

THE SYLLABUS
Same as International Physics Olympiads

General

A. Theoretical Part:

1. Mechanics, 2. Mechanics of Rigid Bodies, 3. Hydromechanics, 4. Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics, 5. Oscillations and waves, 6. Electric Charge and Electric Field, 7. Current and Magnetic Field, 8. Electromagnetic waves, 9. Quantum Physics, 10. Relativity, 11. Matter

B. Practical Part

The Theoretical Part of the Syllabus provides the basis for all the experimental problems. The experimental problems given in the experimental contest should contain measurements.

Please note:

**The syllabus for  National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP) is broadly  equivalent to the senior secondary level (Class XI and Class XII) of CBSE Physics. This is only a rough guideline, and there is no detailed syllabus given for NSEP.

**The syllabus for Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO) is broadly similar to NSEP but the difficulty level of the questions will be higher. Questions and problems in National Olympiads are usually non-conventional and of high difficulty level, comparable to International Olympiads.

6. CBSE Group Mathematical Olympiad (GMO):

Conduct by NBHM & CBSE

SYLLABUS AND PATTERN OF EXAMINATION

There is no specific syllabus for the examination. Areas of school mathematics such as algebra, geometry, basic number theory, trigonometry, arithmetic, combinatorics etc. are to be prepared for the test. The question paper will consist of 6-7 questions of non-routine nature.

7. CBSE-TERI Green Olympiad:

Conducting Body UNESCO and DESD

Syllabus

There is no specific syllabus for the examination. The GREEN Olympiad is designed in an innovative manner to test the knowledge of students in the field of environment and in turn create awareness about issues touching their daily lives. This annual initiative reaches out to regions across India having limited access to such educational programmes. The purpose is to improve and expand environment education both at the national and international level. It aspires to develop human resources, institutional infrastructure and a diverse mixture of locale-specific, regional and national action plans to sensitize schools on the need for environmental protection.

NB: The Schedule, Pattern and Eligibility etc. of exam may change from time to time. Please visit the websites that authenticate the information to check for any such changes taking place.

The information available herein might be subject to change.