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International Informatics Olympiad (iiO)

International Informatics Olympiad (iiO) - Session 2017-18

International Informatics Olympiad endeavours to assess the competency and proficiency of the students in the field of Computer Science, at National and International level, every year. Its syllabus comprises of the syllabus of CBSE/ICSE and various State Boards.

The iiO examination is based on Computer Science, which provides ample opportunity to the students not only to test their skills but also sharpen them accordingly and provide knowhow about international standard.

A student between class 1st to 12th can participate in iiO through his/her school only. The language medium is English only.

The International Informatics Olympiad (iiO) is Three Level Exam
  • The test is organized in the respective schools of the participants during the school hours
  • All the students of classes 1st to 12 are eligible to take part in Level 1
  • Level 1: All the students of classes 1st to 12 are eligible to take part in Level 1
  • Level 2: Top 500 Olympiad rank holders of the 1st Level from each class will compete for top positions in a 2nd level examination. All Class 1st rank holders with minimum 75% of Marks with Minimum 75 Students from a particular school are also eligible for Level 2.
  • Level 3: Olympiad 1st Rank Holders of classes 6th to 12th from 2nd level will be eligible for Level 3. Level 3 will be conducted at New Delhi, India.

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Prizes for Students
  • Prizes for Level - 1
    • Class Topper 1st, 2nd and 3rd rank holders of every class of each school will be awarded Gold, Silver and Bronze medals respectively, provided the topper obtains at least 50% marks.
    • 4th to 10th Olympiad rank holders of each class will be awarded with wrist watches.
    • 11th to 25th Olympiad rank holders of each class will be awarded with exciting prizes.
    • 26th to 500th Olympiad rank holders of each class will be awarded with the topper achievement certificate.
    • All participants will be awarded with the Student Participation Certificate (SPC) & Descriptive Assessment Report.
  • Prizes for Level - 2
    • Olympiad 1st rank holder of class 12th will be awarded with a cash prize of Rs. 75,000/- along with a Winner’s Trophy and Olympiad 1st rank holder of class 11th will be awarded with a cash prize of Rs. 50,000/- along with a Winner’s Trophy.
    • 1st Olympiad rank holder from classes 7th to 10th will be awarded a Laptop along with a Winner’s Trophy.
    • 1st Olympiad rank holder from classes 1st to 6th will be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/- each with a Winner’s Trophy.
    • 2nd Olympiad rank holder in each class will be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 7,500/- each with a Winner’s Trophy.
    • 3rd Olympiad rank holder in each class will be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 5,000/- each with a Winner’s Trophy.
    • All State Rank 1st, 2nd and 3rd rank holders of all classes will be awarded with exciting prizes.
    • All participants will be awarded with the Student Participation Certificate (SPC).
  • Prizes for Level - 3
    • Top 2 students of the 3rd level participants will be Rs. 1,00,000/- each along with a Winner’s Trophy.

Exam Date and Venue Detail for International Informatics Olympiad (iiO)
  • Level - 1
    • iiO Level 1 Exam Date: 7th & 30th November 2017
    • Venue: participating schools
  • Level - 2
    • iiO Level 2 Exam Date: The 2nd Level will be conducted in the month of Jan/Feb 2018.
    • Venue: participating schools
  • Level - 3
    • iiO Level 3 Exam Date: July/August 2018.
    • Venue: New Delhi

Exam Pattern and Syllabus of International Informatics Olympiad (iiO)
  • The language medium is English only.
  • The questions will be of objective type in nature with multiple choice answers.
  • There is no negative marking.
  • For classes 3rd onward OMR answer sheets will be provided.
iiO Class 1 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 40
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science) : What Computer Can Do? How to Operate Computers? Working with Computer, Characteristics of Computer, Main Components of Computer System, Storage Devices, Input/Output Devices, Introduction to Notepad, Introduction to MS-Paint
    • Section B (Daily Mathematics and Mental ability): Numbers; Basic Addition; Basic Shapes; Relationship; Colors; Continuity; Week days
iiO Class 2 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 40
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science): Basics of Computer, Input/Output and Processing, Keyboard and Mouse Usage, Introduction to Window 10, Data and Information, Introduction to Wordpad, Usage of Computers in daily life, Drawing in paint brush
    • Section B (Daily Mathematics and Mental ability): Basic Addition and Subtraction; Basic Shapes; Relationship; Colors;Continuity; Odd one out; Time; Ascending/Decending order
iio Class 3 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
    • There are 3 sections: 25 questions in section A, 15 in section B and 10 in section C.
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science): Generations of Computers, History of Computing, Hardware, Booting Process, Input and Output devices, Types of Software, Memory Management in computer, Get Familiar with Windows 10, Social Impact of Information Technology, How Data is stored in Computer, Getting Start with Paint Brush, Working with Notepad, Better Ways of Using Computers
    • Section B (Mental Ability and Reasoning): Mental Ability and Reasoning
    • Section C (Scholar’s Zone):Based Section A
iio Class 4 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Time allowed: 40 minutes
    • There are 3 sections25 questions in section A, 15 in section B and 10 in section C.
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science): Introducing Computer Programming Languages, Computer’s Peripherals, Primary Memory, Secondary Memory, Knowledge about data access mode, Storage Capacity, Access Time, Introducing System Software, Introducing Application Software, Drawing in paintbrush, Getting Started with MS-Word 2013, Making Comparison on Wordpad and Notepad, Fundamentals of Windows 10
    • Section B (Mental ability & Reasoning): Mental ability & Reasoning
    • Section C (Scholar’s Zone):Based Section A
iio Class 5 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
    • There are 3 sections: 25 questions in section A, 15 in section B and 10 in section C.
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science) : Categories of Computers, Understanding Windows 10, Introduction to MS-Excel 2013, Working With Ms-Word 2013, Networking, Internet, Introducing Multimedia
    • Section B (Mental ability & Reasoning): Mental ability & Reasoning
    • Section C (Scholar’s Zone):Based Section A
iio Class 6 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
    • There are 3 sections: 25 questions in section A, 15 in section B and 10 in section C.
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science) : History of Computers, Generations of Computers, Input and Output Devices, Networking and internet, Word Processing 2013, Getting Started with MS Excel 2013, Introduction to HTML, Introduction to Powerpoint 2013
    • Section B (Mental ability & Reasoning): Mental ability & Reasoning
    • Section C (Scholar’s Zone):Based Section A
iio Class 7 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
    • There are 3 sections: 25 questions in section A, 15 in section B and 10 in section C.
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science): Introducing Operating System (OS), Windows Explorer, Types of Computer Languages, Working with Microsoft Excel 2013, Working with Microsoft Powerpoint 2013, Working with HTML, Computer Networking and its Usage, Internet, Working with Microsoft Word, Introducing Multimedia
    • Section B (Mental ability & Reasoning): Mental ability & Reasoning
    • Section C (Scholar’s Zone):Based Section A
iio Class 8 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
    • There are 3 sections: 25 questions in section A, 15 in section B and 10 in section C.
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science): Introducing ASCII, Describing Types of Memories, Managing Windows 10, Introduction to Data Representation, Briefing on Information Technology, More on HTML, Working with MS-Word 2013, MS-Power Point 2013, Networking, Internet and Emailing
    • Section B (Mental ability & Reasoning): Mental ability & Reasoning
    • Section C (Scholar’s Zone):Based Section A
All Computer Questions will be based on Windows 7 and MS-Office 2010.
iio Class 9 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
    • There are 3 sections: 25 questions in section A, 15 in section B and 10 in section C.
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science): Classification of Computers based on size and Capability, Operating systems (OS), Introduction to MS-Access 2013, Introduction to CSS, Working with HTML, Introduction to Logic Gates and Numbers, Understanding Network Topology, Introducing Types of LANs, Internet
    • Section B (Mental ability & Reasoning): Mental ability & Reasoning
    • Section C (Scholar’s Zone):Based Section A
iio Class 10 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
    • There are 3 sections: 25 questions in section A, 15 in section B and 10 in section C.
  • Syllabus:
    • Section A (Computer Science): Number System, More About Logic Gates, Working with HTML, Working with CSS, Working with Internet Applications, IT Basics, Internet, MSAccess 2013
    • Section B (Mental ability & Reasoning): Mental ability & Reasoning
    • Section C (Scholar’s Zone):Based Section A

How to score good Rank in International Informatics Olympiad (iiO)

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