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Parents, Students, Schools and Coaching Institutes to conduct paper based or mock test on
National Cyber Olympiad (NCO) , National Science Olympiad (NSO) and International
English Olympiad (IEO) exam for 2nd to 10th Standard students.

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NCO Syllabus

Class 2
The actual test paper has 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 5
questions in section I, 10 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability): Numerals and Number Names, Addition, Subtraction,
Multiplication as Repeated Addition, Temperature, Time, Calendar, Measurement of Length and
Weight, Geometrical Shapes, Money.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd
Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Analytical
Reasoning.
Section III (Computers and IT) : Introduction to Computers (General Information), Parts of
Computer, Uses of Computer, Learning to use Keyboard and Mouse, Introduction to MS-Paint.
Class 3
The actual test paper has 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 5
questions in section I, 10 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability): Numerals and Number Names, Addition, Subtraction, Fractional
Numbers, Multiplication as Repeated Addition, Division as Repeated Subtraction, Time,
Temperature, Straight and Curved Lines, Calendar, Measurement of Length, Weight and
Capacity, Geometrical Shapes, Money.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd
Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Analytical
Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures.
Section III (Computers and IT) : About Computers (General Information), Parts of
Computer, Uses of Computer, Start & Shut down of a Computer, Input and Output Devices,
Introduction to Internet, MS-Paint, Introduction to MS-Word.
Class 4
The actual test paper has 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 5
questions in section I, 10 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Number and Numeration, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication,
Division, Geometrical Shapes, Measurement of Time, Measurement of Length, Mass, Perimeter
and Capacity, Money, Fractional Numbers, Pictorial Representation of Data, Roman Numerals,
Numbers upto one Lakh, Multiples and Factors.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd
Numeral out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Mirror Images,
Embedded Figures.
Section III (Computers and IT) : About Computers (General Information), Parts of
Computer, Input and Output Devices, Hardware, Software, MS-Word, Using MS-Windows,
Introduction to Internet, Computer Networks, Uses of Internet, MS-Paint.
Class 5
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15
questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Regional and Roman Numerals, Numbers up to one Lakh,
Multiples and Factors, Fractional Numbers, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division,
Estimation, Geometrical Shapes, Measurement, Time, Money, Perimeter, Area, Angle, Pictorial
Representation of Data, Prime and Composite Numbers, HCF and LCM.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd
Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Analytical
Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures.
Section III (Computers and IT) : Input and Output Devices, Hardware, Software, Storage
Devices, Memory Primary & Secondary Memory, MS-Paint, MS-Word, Introduction to
MS-Power Point, Introduction to Multimedia, Internet, Computer Networks, MS-Windows.
Class 6
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15
questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Roman Numerals, Numbers and Numeration, Prime and
Composite Numbers, HCF and LCM, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division,
Fractional Numbers, Decimal Fractions, Basic Geometrical Shapes, Angles, Triangles, Circles,
Measurement of Length, Mass and Capacity, Time, Money, Profit and Loss, Temperature, Area
and Perimeter, Volume, Pictorial Representation of Data, Integers, Factors and Multiples, Ratio
and Proportion, Percentage.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd
Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Analytical
Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures.
Section III (Computers and IT) :History and Generation of Computers, Types of Computers,

MS-Windows, MS-Word, MS-Power Point, Internet & E-mail, Introduction to QBasic,
Hardware, Software, Input & Output Devices, Memory & Storage Devices.
Class 7
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15
questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Natural Numbers and Whole Numbers, Integers, Factors and
Multiples, Ratios, Proportion and Unitary Method, Percentage and Its Applications, Algebraic
Expressions, Linear Equations in One Variable, Basic Geometrical Concepts, Line Segments,
Angles, Triangles, Pairs of Lines and Transversal, Construction, Perimeter and Area, Rational
Numbers, Decimal Representation of Rational Numbers, Exponents.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd
Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Analytical
Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures, Direction Sense Test, Cubes and Dice.
Section III (Computers and IT) : Fundamentals of Computer, Evolution of Computers,
Hardware, Software, Input & Output Devices, Memory & Storage Devices,Using Windows,
MS-Word, MS-Power Point, MS-Excel, Programming in QBasic, Internet & Viruses.
Class 8
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15
questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Rational Numbers, Operation on Rational Numbers, Decimal
Representation of Rational Numbers, Exponents, Direct and Inverse Variations, Percentage and
Its Application, Algebraic Expression, Factorization of Algebraic Expressions, Linear Equation
in One Variable, More About Triangles, Congruent Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Circles, Area of
Rectangular Paths, Surface Area and Volumes, Statistics, Squares and Square Roots, Cubes and
Cube Roots.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Problem Based on Figures, Find Odd
Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Analytical
Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures.
Section III (Computers and IT) : Internet & Viruses, HTML, Flash, MS-Access, Networking,
MS-Word, MS-Power Point, MS-Excel, Hardware, Software, Input & Output Devices, Memory
& Storage Devices.
Class 9
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15
questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Number Systems, Polynomials, Coordinate Geometry, Linear
Equations in Two Variables, Introduction to Euclids Geometry, Lines and Angles, Triangles,
Quadrilaterals, Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles, Circles, Constructions, Herons Formula,
Surface Areas and Volumes, Statistics, Probability.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd
Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Analytical
Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures, Direction Sense Test, Cubes and Dice.
Section III (Computers and IT) : Algorithms and Flowcharts in Programming, Visual Basic,
Animations, HTML, Internet and Viruses, MS-Word, MS-Excel, MS-Power Point, Hardware,
Software, Input & Output Devices, Memory & Storage Devices, Flash, Networking.
Class 10
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15
questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Real Numbers, Polynomials, Pair of Linear Equations in Two
Variables, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic Progressions, Triangles, Coordinate Geometry,
Introduction to Trigonometry, Some Applications of Trigonometry, Circles, Constructions,
Areas Related to Circles, Surface Areas and Volumes, Statistics, Probability.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning.
Section III (Computers and IT) :Basics of IT, Operating System, Word Processing Tool,
Networking, Multimedia, MS-Power Point, HTML, Internet, MS-Excel, Hardware, Software,
Input & Output Devices, Memory & Storage Devices.
Class 11
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15
questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Sets, Relations and Functions, Mathematical Induction,
Logarithms, Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations, Linear Inequations, Differentiation,
Sequences and Series (A.P. & G.P. Misc.), Trigonometry, Cartesian System of Rectangular
Coordinates, Straight Lines and Family of Straight Lines, Circles, Conic Section, Trigonometry,
Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Mathematical Logic, Limits,
Probability, Introduction to 3-D Geometry.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning.
Section III (Computers and IT) : History, Generation and Types of Computers, Working with
OS, Input, Output & Memory Devices, Data Representation, Basics of IT, Internet Services and
Protocols, Introduction to XML, Networking, Viruses and Antiviruses, Introduction to C++ till
Data Structures.
Class 12
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections: 15
questions in section I, 15 in section II and 20 in section III.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Sets, Relations and Functions, Mathematical Induction,
Logarithms, Complex Numbers, Linear Inequations, Quadratic Equations, Sequences and Series,
Trigonometry, Cartesian System of Rectangular Coordinates, Straight Lines and Family of
Straight Lines, Circles, Conic Section, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem,
Exponential and Logarithmic Series, Mathematical Logic, Statistics & Probability, Three
Dimensional Geometry, Vectors, Stocks, Shares and Debentures, Average and Partition Values,
Index Numbers, Matrices and Determinants, Limits, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus.
Section II (Logical and Analytical Reasoning) : Verbal and nonverbal reasoning.
Section III (Computers and IT) : Programming in C++, Database Concepts, SQL, Boolean
Algebra, Networking & Topologies, Network Security Concepts, Cyber ethics, Viruses and
Antiviruses, Open Source Terminologies.



NSO Syllabus
Class 1
The actual test paper has 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 10
questions in section I and 25 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability): Numerals, Number Name and Number Sense (2 digit numbers),
Addition, Subtraction, Length, Weight, Time, Money, Geometrical Skills, Patterns, Odd One
Out, Series Completion, Problems Based on Figures.
Section II (Science) : Plants, Animals, Human Beings and Their Needs, Good Habits and
Safety Rules, Air and Water, Weather and the Sky.
Class 2
The actual test paper has 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 10
questions in section I and 25 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability): Numerals, Number Name and Number Sense (3 digit numbers),
Addition, Subtraction, time, calendar, measurement of Weight, Length and Temperature,
geometrical Shapes, money, Problems Based on Figures, Series Completion, Patterns, Find Odd
Numeral Out.
Section II (Science) : Plants, Animals, Human Body, Family, Food, Clothes, House and House
Makers, Occasions and Festivals, Occupation, Good Habits and Safety Rules, Transport and
Communication, Earth and Universe.
Class 3
The actual test paper has 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 10
questions in section I and 25 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability): Numerals, Number Names and Number Sense (4 digit numbers),
Addition, Subtraction, fractional Numbers, multiplication, division, time, straight and Curved
Lines, calendar, measurement of Weight and Capacity, geometrical Shapes, money, Patterns,
Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding,
Mirror Image, Embedded Figures.
Section II (Science) : Plants, Animals, Human Body, Water, Food, House and Occupation,
Transport and Communication, Matter and Materials, Earth and Universe.
Class 4
The actual test paper has 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 10
questions in section I and 25 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Number and Numeration (5 digit numbers), Place-value, Addition,
Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Comparison, Geometrical Shapes, Symmetry,
Measurement of Length, Weight and Capacity, Time, Money, Fractional Numbers, Pictorial
Representation of Data, Roman Numerals, Multiples and Factors, Perimeter of Various Shapes,
Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding,
Direction Sense, Mathematical Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures, Patterns,
Conversions, Number Ranking, Alphabetical Test.
Section II (Science): Plants, Animals, Human Body, Water, Matter and Materials, Transport,
General Activities, Earth and Universe.
Class 5
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 15
questions in section I and 35 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Number Sense, Regional and Roman Numerals, Numbers up to
Lakhs, Multiples and Factors, Fractional Numbers, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication,
Division, Decimals, Geometrical Shapes and Angles, Symmetry, Measurement of Length, Time,
Money, Weight, Perimeter and Area of Square, Rectangle and Circle, Pictorial Representation of
Data, HCF and LCM, Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd Numeral Out, Series Completion,
Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures, Direction
Sense, Patterns, Number Ranking, Alphabetical Test.
Section II (Science) : Animals, Plants and Food, Human Body and Health, Water, Matter,
Natural Resources and Calamities, Earth and Universe, General Science.
Class 6
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 15
questions in section I and 35 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Roman Numerals, Number Sense, HCF and LCM, Addition and
Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Fractional Numbers, Decimal Fractions, Geometrical
Shapes, Angles, Arithmetical Ability, Measurements, Area and Perimeter of Rectangle, Square,
Circle, Triangle, Volume, Pictorial Representation of Data, Integers, Factors and Multiples,
Ratio and Proportion, Percentage, Problems Based on Figures, Find Odd Numeral Out, Series
Completion, Coding-Decoding, Mathematical Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures,
Patterns, Direction Sense, Number Ranking, Alphabetical Test.
Section II (Science) : Motion and Measurement of Distances, Light, Shadows and Reflections,
Electricity & Circuits, Fun with Magnets, Air & Water, Sorting and Separation of Materials into
Groups, Changes Around Us, Living Organisms & Their Surroundings, Food, Health &
Hygiene, Fibres to Fabrics.
Class 7
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 15
questions in section I and 35 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Integers, Fractions and Decimals, Data Handling, Simple
Equations, Lines and Angles, The Triangle and its Properties, Congruence of Triangles,
Comparing Quantities, Rational Numbers, Practical Geometry, Perimeter, Area and Volume,
Algebraic Expressions, Exponents and Powers, Symmetry, Visualising Solid Shapes, Logical
Reasoning, Conversions, Simple Probability.
Section II (Science) : Heat, Motion and Time, Electric Current and its Effect, Winds, Storms
and Cyclones, Light, Acids, Bases and Salts, Physical and Chemical Changes, Weather, Climate
and Adaptations of Animals, Fibres to Fabrics, Nutrition in Plants and Animals, Respiration in
Organisms, Transportation in Plants and Animals, Reproduction in Plants, Natural Resources and
Their Conservation.
Class 8
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 15
questions in section I and 35 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Rational Numbers, Operation on Rational Numbers, Decimal
Representation of Rational Numbers, Exponents and Powers, Direct and Inverse Variations,
Comparing Quantities, Algebraic Expression, Factorization of Algebraic Expressions, Linear
Equation in One Variable, More About Triangles, Congruent Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Circles,
Mensuration, Statistics, Arithmetic Ability, Squares and Square Roots, Cubes and Cube Roots,
Problem Based on Figures, Find Odd Numeral Out, Series Completion, Coding-Decoding,
Mathematical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, Mirror Images, Embedded Figures.
Section II (Science) : Crop Production and Management, Microorganisms, Synthetic Fibres
and Plastics, Metals and Non-metals, Coal and Petroleum, Combustion and Flame, Conservation
of Plants and Animals, Cell, Reproduction in Animals, Force and Pressure, Friction, Sound,
Chemical Effects of Electric Current, Some Natural Phenomena, Light, Stars and Solar System,
Pollution of Air and Water.
Class 9
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 15
questions in section I and 35 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Number Systems, Polynomials, Coordinate Geometry, Linear
Equations in Two Variables, Introduction to Euclids Geometry, Lines and Angles, Triangles,
Quadrilaterals, Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles, Circles, Constructions, Herons Formula,
Surface Areas and Volumes, Statistics, Probability, Logical (Verbal and Non-verbal) and
Analytical Reasoning.
Section II (Science) : Motion, Force and Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Work and Energy,
Sound, Matter in Our Surroundings, Is Matter Around Us Pure, Atoms and Molecules, Structure
of Atom, Cell - The Fundamental Unit of Life, Tissues, Diversity in Living Organisms, Why Do
We Fall Ill, Natural Resources, Improvement in Food Resources.
Class 10
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 15
questions in section I and 35 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mental Ability) : Real Numbers, Polynomials, Pair of Linear Equations in Two
Variables, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic Progressions, Triangles, Coordinate Geometry,
Introduction to Trigonometry, Some Applications of Trigonometry, Circles, Constructions,
Areas Related to Circles, Surface Areas and Volumes, Statistics, Probability, Direction Sense
Test, Mathematical operations, Number Ranking & Time Sequence Test, Coding-Decoding,
Distance, Speed, Time and General Reasoning Based on Prescribed Syllabus.
Section II (Science) : Chemical Reactions and Equations, Acids, Bases and Salts, Metals and
Non-metals, Carbon and its Compounds, Periodic Classification of Elements, Life Processes,
Reproduction in Organisms, Heredity and Evolution, Light-Reflection and Refraction, Human
Eye and Colourful World, Electricity, Magnetic Effects of Electric Current, Sources of Energy,
Our Environment and its Management.
Class 11
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 20
questions in section I and 30 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mathematics) : Sets, Relations and Functions, Mathematical Induction, Logarithms,
Complex Numbers & Quadratic Equations, Linear Inequations, Differentiation, Sequences and
Series (A.P. & G.P. Misc.), Trigonometry, Cartesian System of Rectangular Coordinates,
Straight Lines and Family of Straight Lines, Circles, Conic Section, Trigonometry, Permutations
and Combinations, Binomial Theorem, Statistics, Mathematical Logic, Limits, Probability,
Introduction to 3-D Geometry, Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning.
or
Section I (Biology) : Diversity in the Living World, Structural Organisation in Plants and
Animals, Cell : Structure and Functions, Plant Physiology, Human Physiology.
Section II (Physics & Chemistry) : Physics: Units & Measurements, Mechanics, Properties of
Matter, Heat & Thermodynamics, Oscillations, Waves.
Chemistry:Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Structure of Atom, Classification of Elements
and Periodicity in Properties, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, States of Matter,
Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Redox Reactions, Hydrogen, The s-Block Elements, The
p-Block Elements (Groups 13 and 14), Organic Chemistry - Some Basic Principles and
Techniques, Hydrocarbons, Environmental Chemistry.
Class 12
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 2 sections: 20
questions in section I and 30 in section II.
Syllabus
Section I (Mathematics) : Sets, Relations and Functions, Mathematical Induction, Logarithms,
Complex Numbers, Linear Inequations, Quadratic Equations, Sequences and Series,
Trigonometry, Cartesian System of Rectangular Coordinates, Straight Lines and Family of
Straight Lines, Circles, Conic Section, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem,
Exponential and Logarithmic Series, Mathematical Logic, Statistics & Probability, Three
Dimensional Geometry, Vectors, Stocks, Shares and Debentures, Average and Partition Values,
Index Numbers, Matrices and Determinants, Limits, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus,
Verbal and Nonverbal Reasoning.
or
Section I (Biology) : Reproduction, Genetics and Evolution, Biology in Human Welfare,
Biotechnology, Ecology.
Section II (Physics & Chemistry) : Physics: Electricity and Magnetism, Electromagnetic
Induction, AC, E.M. Waves, Optics, Modern Physics, Solids & Semiconductor Devices,
Communication Systems.
Chemistry:Solid State, Solutions, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Surface Chemistry,
General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements, p-Block Elements (Group 15 to 18),
d- & f- Block Elements, Coordination Compounds, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes, Alcohols,
Phenols and Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids, Amines, Biomolecules,
Polymers, Chemistry in Everyday Life.



IEO Syllabus
Class 1
The actual test paper consists of 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections:
Section-I: Word and Structure Knowledge
Section-II: Reading
Section-III:Spoken and Written Expression
Syllabus
Jumbled Words, Words and Their Meanings, Words and Their Opposites, Identify the Word
From the Picture, Making a Word, Feminine and Masculine, One and Many, Word Pairs, Odd
One Out, Animals and Their Babies, Nouns, Verbs, Articles
Class 2
The actual test paper consists of 35 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I: Word and Structure Knowledge
Nouns, Articles, Pronouns, Simple tenses, Prepositions, etc.
Collocations, Spellings, Words related to animals, Clothes, Body parts, Basic emotions, Food,
Animals, Animal sounds, etc.
Section-II: Reading : Search for and retrieve information from various text types like stories,
short dialogues, etc., Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific information in short
texts like messages, invitations, etc.
Section-III: Spoken and Written Expression : Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like thanking, greeting, asking for permission, introducing (oneself), etc.
Class 3
The actual test paper consists of 35 questions. Time Allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I: Word and Structure Knowledge : Adverbs, Prepositions, Pronouns (possessive,
demonstrative, etc.), Simple tenses, Irregular verbs, Modals (of ability and permission, etc.),
Basic questions, etc. Collocations, Spellings, Words related to animals, Household things,
Clothes, Basic emotions, Food, Animals and Pets, etc.
Section-II: Reading : Search for and retrieve information from various text types like stories,
Anecdotes, etc. Understand information through pictures, Time-table format, etc., Acquire broad
understanding of and look for specific information in short texts like messages, Invitations, etc.
Section-III: Spoken and Written Expression : Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like apology, greeting, introduction, request, etc.
Class 4
The actual test paper consists of 35 questions. Time Allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I: Word and Structure Knowledge : Adverbs, Prepositions, Pronouns (possessive,
demonstrative, etc.), Simple tenses, Irregular verbs, Modals (of ability and permission, etc.),
Basic questions, etc., Collocations, Spellings, Words related to animals, Household things,
Clothes, Basic emotions, Food, Animals and pets, etc.
Section-II: Reading : Search for and retrieve information from various text types like stories,
Anecdotes, etc., Understand information through pictures, Time-table format, etc., Acquire broad
understanding of and look for specific information in short texts like messages, Invitations, etc.
Section-III: Spoken and Written Expression : Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like apology, greeting, introduction, request, etc.
Class 5
The actual test paper consists of 50 questions. Time Allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I : Word and Structure Knowledge : Prepositions, Tenses, Irregular verbs, Pronouns,
Modals quantifiers, etc. , Spellings, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, Homonyms and
homophones, Words related to feelings, Travel, Food, Health, appearance, Character, etc.
Section-II : Reading: Search for and retrieve information from various text types like news
headlines, Messages, Letters, etc., Understand information given in News reports, Time tables,
Messages, etc., Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific information in short texts
like messages, menu card dialogues, etc.
Section-III : Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like requests, Refusals apologies, etc. and the use of conjunctions.
Class 6
The actual test paper consists of 50 questions. Time Allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I : Word and Structure Knowledge : Prepositions, Continuous tenses, Adjectives and
Adverbs, Agreement, etc., Spellings, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, and Words related to
everyday problems, Relationships, Health and Medicine, Travel, etc.
Section-II: Reading : Search for and retrieve information from various text types like News
headlines, Brochures, Formal letters, etc. ., Understand information given in News reports,
Brochures, Itenary, etc., Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific information in
Short narratives, Timetables, News stories, etc.
Section-III: Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like agreement and disagreement, Requests, Refusals apologies, etc. and also
distinguish differences in the use of conjunctions.
Class 7
The actual test paper consists of 50 questions. Time Allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I : Word and Structure Knowledge : Perfect tenses, Prepositions, Modals, Adjectives,
and Adverbs, Conjunctions, Direct indirect speech, Word order, Phrasal verbs, etc.
Spellings, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, and Words related to Travel, Locations,
Activities, Homonyms and Homophones, etc.
Section-II: Reading : Search for and retrieve information from various text types like News
stories, Brochures and advertisements. Understand information given in news reports, Brochures,
Itinerary, etc., Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific information in short
narratives, Advertisements, Biographies, etc.
Section-III: Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like requesting and refusing, Apologies and stating of preferences and expression of
intent, etc.
Class 8
The actual test paper consists of 50 questions. Time Allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I: Word and Structure Knowledge : Prepositional phrases, Participle phrases, Tenses,
Question tags, Conditionals, Reported speech. Spellings, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms,
Homonyms and homophones, Words related to leisure, Household items/issues, Social causes,
Outdoor locations and activities, etc.
Section-II: Reading : Search for and retrieve information from various text types like News
reports, Blurb, Dictionaries, etc., Understand information presented in instruction manual format,
Message format and others. Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific information in
longer texts like editorials, Essays, etc.
Section-III: Spoken and Written Expression : Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like requesting, Giving information, Expressing surprise, etc.
Class 9
The actual test paper has 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I: Word and Structure Knowledge : Concord, Question forms, Tenses, Conditionals,
Modals, Reported speech. Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, Homonyms and homophones,
Words related to social cause, Travel, Workplace, etc.
Section-II: Reading : Search for and retrieve information from various text types like flyers,
Classifieds, Dictionaries, etc., Understand information presented in instruction manual format,
Message format and others. Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific information in
longer texts like editorials, Essays, etc.
Section-III: Spoken and Written Expression: Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like Giving advice, Stating preferences, Discussing probability, Making an offer,
etc.
Class 10
The actual test paper consists of 50 questions. Time allowed : 60 minutes. There are 3 sections.
Syllabus
Section-I: Word and Structure Knowledge : Concord, Question forms, Tenses, Conditionals,
Modals, Collocations, Phrasal verbs, Idioms, Homonyms and homophones, Words related to
weather, Countries, Language and people, Global problems, etc.
Section-II: Reading : Search for and retrieve information from various text types like
Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, etc., Understand information presented in instruction manual
format, Message format and others , Acquire broad understanding of and look for specific
information in longer texts like editorials, Essays, etc., Make inferences from advanced texts
Section-III: Spoken and Written Expression : Ability to understand situation-based variations
in functions like Giving/accepting compliments, Agreeing, Disagreeing, Requesting, Seeking
information, etc.

IMO Syllabus
Class 1
No of questions: 30
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 10 questions in section I, 15 in section II and 5 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I : Logical Reasoning
o Section II : Mathematical Reasoning
o Section III : Everyday Mathematics
Class 2
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I : Logical Reasoning
o Section II : Mathematical Reasoning
o Section III : Everyday Mathematics
Class 3
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I : Logical Reasoning
o Section II : Mathematical Reasoning
o Section III : Everyday Mathematics
Class 4
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I : Logical Reasoning
o Section II : Mathematical Reasoning
o Section III : Everyday Mathematics
Class 5
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I : Logical Reasoning
o Section II : Mathematical Reasoning
o Section III : Everyday Mathematics
Class 6
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I : Logical Reasoning
o Section II : Mathematical Reasoning
o Section III : Everyday Mathematics
Class 7
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I : Logical Reasoning
o Section II : Mathematical Reasoning
o Section III : Everyday Mathematics
Class 8
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I (Logical Reasoning) : Mathematical Operations, Series Completion, Direction
Sense Test, Analytical Reasoning, Problems on Cubes and Dice, Number Ranking & Time
Sequence Test and General Reasoning Based on Prescribed Syllabus
o Section II (Mathematical Reasoning) : Squares and Square Roots, Cubes and Cube
Roots, Exponents and Radicals, Comparing Quantities, Algebraic Identities, Polynomials,
Equations in One Variable, Parallel Lines, Special Types of Quadrilaterals and Their
Constructions, Mensuration, Arithmetic Ability, Data Handling.
o Section III (Everyday Mathematics) : The Syllabus for this section will be based on the
Syllabus for Mathematical Reasoning.
Class 9
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I (Logical Reasoning) : Mathematical Operations, Series Completion,
Arithmetical Reasoning, Problems on Cubes and Dice, Number Ranking & Time
Sequence Test, Inserting Missing Character and General Reasoning Based on Prescribed
Syllabus.
o Section II (Mathematical Reasoning) : Number Systems, Polynomials, Coordinate
Geometry, Linear Equations in Two Variables, Introduction to Euclids Geometry, Lines
and Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles, Circles,
Constructions, Herons Formula, Surface Areas and Volumes, Statistics, Probability.
o Section III (Everyday Mathematics) : The Syllabus for this section will be based on the
Syllabus for Mathematical Reasoning.
Class 10
No of questions: 50
Time allowed : 60 minutes
There are 3 sections: 20 questions in section I, 20 in section II and 10 in section III.

Syllabus
o Section I (Logical Reasoning) : Direction Sense Test, Mathematical Operations, Number
Ranking & Time Sequence Test, Coding-Decoding, Distance, Speed, Time and General
Reasoning Based on Prescribed Syllabus.
o Section II (Mathematical Reasoning) : Real Numbers, Polynomials, Pair of Linear
Equations in Two Variables, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic Progressions, Triangles,
Coordinate Geometry, Introduction to Trigonometry, Some Applications of
Trigonometry, Circles, Constructions, Areas Related to Circles, Surface Areas and
Volumes, Statistics, Probability.
o Section III (Everyday Mathematics) : The Syllabus for this section will be based on the
Syllabus for Mathematical Reasoning.