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International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM)

International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - 2018-19

The International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM), a test of competence and knowledge in the subject of Mathematics, is held annually at National and International levels, based on syllabus prescribed by CBSE/ ICSE and the State Boards. iOM recommends the competition for each and every student who is Studying Mathematics as their subject in the school.

Features:
  • Students judge themselves at International levels. The tests at local or regional level do not provide the right insight and judgement about the challenges ahead.
  • iOM builds a solid foundation for school students to excel in Mathematcis based on ICSE, CBSE and State board syllabus.
  • A comprehensive report based on Olympiad examination enables students to delever deeper into their strengths and weaknesses. It also motivates them towards excellence.
  • iOM promotes Mathematics talents from school to National and higher levels by recognising their merits and awarding them.
  • iOM promotes participation of the teachers for the benefits of the student community.

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The International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) 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 12th are eligible to take part in Level 1
  • Level 1: All the students of classes 1st to 12th are eligible to take part in Level 1
  • Level 2: Top 1000 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 60% of marks with minimum 100 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.

International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) Prizes
  • 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. 1,00,000/- 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 1st to10th will be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 15,000/- each with a Winner’s Trophy.
    • 2nd Olympiad rank holder in each class will be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/- 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 (Minimum marks 50%).
    • 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 sent for educational excursion to NASA .

Exam Date for International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - 2018
  • Level - 1
    • iOM Level 1 Exam Date: 19th November 2018 and 12th December 2018.
    • Venue: participating schools
  • Level - 2
    • iOM Level 2 Exam Date: The 2nd Level will be conducted in the month of Jan/Feb 2019.
    • Venue: participating schools
  • Level - 3
    • iOM Level 3 Exam Date: July/August 2019.
    • Venue: New Delhi

Exam Pattern and Syllabus of International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM)
  • 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.
iOM Class 1 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 40
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 1 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Counting Numbers
    • Back and Forth Counting
    • Ones
    • Tens and Hundreds
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 7.5
    2.
    Operations on Numbers
    • Addition
    • Subtraction
    • Comparison
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
    3.
    Time and Calendar
    • No. of Questions: 2
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 5
    4.
    Money
    • No. of Questions: 1
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 2.5
    5.
    Measurement
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 7.5
    6.
    Geometrical Shapes
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 12.5
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 8
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 16
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 8
    • Marks per Question: 3
    • Total Marks: 24
iOM Class 2 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 40
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 2 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Counting Numbers
    • Ones
    • Tens
    • Hundreds and Thousands
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 12.5
    2.
    Operations on Numbers
    • Addition
    • Subtraction
    • Multiplication
    • Division
    • Comparison
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
    3.
    Time and Calendar
    • No. of Questions: 2
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 2.5
    4.
    Money
    • No. of Questions: 1
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 2.5
    5.
    Measurement
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 7.5
    6.
    Geometrical Shapes
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 7.5
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 8
    • Marks per Question: 16
    • Total Marks: 16
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 8
    • Marks per Question: 3
    • Total Marks: 24
iOM Class 3 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 3 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Numbers and Their Operations
    • Number Sense and Numeration
    • Addition and Subtraction
    • Multiplication and Division
    • No. of Questions: 11
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 22
    2.
    Fractions
    • No. of Questions: 4
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 8
    3.
    Everyday Mathematics
    • Time and Calendar
    • Money
    • Unitary Method
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 6
    4.
    Measurement
    • No. of Questions: 4
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 8
    5.
    Geometrical Shapes
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    6.
    Data Handling
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 6
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1.5
    • Total Marks: 15
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
iOM Class 4 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 4 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Numbers and Their Operations
    • Number Sense and Numeration
    • Roman Numerals
    • Addition and Subtraction
    • Multiplication and Division
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 20
    2.
    Fractions and Decimals
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    3.
    Everyday Mathematics
    • Money
    • Unitary Method
    • No. of Questions: 2
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 4
    4.
    Geometrical Shapes
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    5.
    Perimeter and Area
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    6.
    Data Handling
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 6
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1.5
    • Total Marks: 15
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
iOM Class 5 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 5 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Numbers in Operations
    • Number Sense and Numeration
    • Numbers in Operations
    • Factors and Multiples
    • No. of Questions: 11
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 22
    2.
    Fractions and Decimals
    • No. of Questions: 4
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 8
    3.
    Everyday Mathematics
    • Percentage
    • Ratio and Proportion/ Time and Distance
    • No. of Questions: 4
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 8
    4.
    Geometry and Measurement
    • Measurement
    • Geometry
    • No. of Questions: 7
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 14
    5.
    Data Handling
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 6
    6.
    Introduction to Algebra
    • No. of Questions: 1
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 2
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1.5
    • Total Marks: 15
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
iOM Class 6 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 6 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Numbers and Their Operations
    • Number and Their Operation
    • Factors and Multiples
    • No. of Questions: 9
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 18
    2.
    Fractions and Decimals
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    3.
    Algebra , Ratio and Proportion
    • Algebra
    • Ratio and Proportion
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    4.
    Geometry and Measuremen
    • Measurement
    • Geometry
    • No. of Questions: 7
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 14
    5.
    Data Handling
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 6
    6.
    Sets
    • Introduction to Sets
    • No. of Questions: 1
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 2
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1.5
    • Total Marks: 15
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
iOM Class 7 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 7 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Numbers and Their Operations
    • Numbers and Their Operations
    • Fractions and Decimals
    • Rational Numbers
    • Exponents and Powers
    • No. of Questions: 12
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 24
    2.
    Algebra
    • Algebraic Expressions
    • Linear Equations
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 6
    3.
    Everyday Mathematics
    • Ratio and Proportion
    • Percentage
    • Profit and Loss
    • Simple and Compound Interests
    • No. of Questions: 4
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 8
    4.
    Geometry and Measurement
    • Lines and Angles
    • Triangles
    • Mensuration
    • No. of Questions: 7
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 14
    5.
    Data Handling
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 6
    6.
    Sets
    • No. of Questions: 1
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 2
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1.5
    • Total Marks: 15
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
iOM Class 8 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 8 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Number Systems and operations
    • Number Systems
    • Powers and exponents
    • Square and Square Root
    • Cube and Cube Root
    • No. of Questions: 6
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 12
    2.
    Algebra and Geometry
    • Algebraic Expression
    • Factorization
    • Linear Equation
    • Convex and Concave polygon
    • No. of Questions: 6
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 12
    3.
    Comparing Quantities
    • Direct and inverse proportions
    • Time and Work
    • Percentage
    • Profit and Loss
    • Compound Interest and Simple Interest
    • No. of Questions: 8
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 16
    4.
    Mensuration
    • Surface area and volume of Cube
    • Cuboid and Cylinder
    • No. of Questions: 4
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 8
    5.
    Data Handling
    • Frequency distribution
    • Line graph
    • Bar graph
    • Histogram and Pie Chart
    • No. of Questions: 4
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 8
    6.
    Applied Mathematics
    • Operation on Sets and Venn Diagrams
    • No. of Questions: 2
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 4
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1.5
    • Total Marks: 15
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
iOM Class 9 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 9 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Real Numbers
    • Irrational Numbers
    • Real numbers and their Decimal expansions
    • Operation on real Numbers
    • Laws of Exponents for real numbers
    • No. of Questions: 4
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 8
    2.
    Algebra & Co-ordinate geometry
    • Polynomials
    • Logarithms
    • Linear equation in two variables
    • Co-ordinate geometry
    • No. of Questions: 8
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 16
    3.
    Geometry
    • Lines and angles
    • Triangles
    • Quadrilaterals
    • Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles
    • Circles
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    4.
    Trigonometry
    • Trigonometric Ratios And Identities
    • No. of Questions: 3
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 6
    5.
    Statistics and Probabilty
    • Measures of Dispersion
    • Mean
    • Median and mode
    • Probability of an Event
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    6.
    Applied Mathematics
    • Mensuration and Word Problems Based On Mathematics
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1.5
    • Total Marks: 15
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25
iOM Class 10 Syllabus and Exam Pattern
  • Pattern:
    • No of questions: 50
    • Total Marks: 100
    • Time allowed: 60 minutes
  • International Olympiad of Mathematics (iOM) - Class 10 Syllabus:
    Unit Chapters Marking Scheme
    1.
    Number System & Sequence and Series
    • Decimal Expansion of Rational numbers
    • Arithmetic Progression
    • Geometric Progression
    • Harmonic Progression
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    2.
    Algebra & Co-ordinate geometry
    • Polynomials
    • Pair of Linear equations in two variables
    • Quadratic equation
    • Coordinate geometry
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    3.
    Geometry
    • Similar figures
    • Similarity of Triangles
    • Areas Of Similar triangles
    • Circles
    • Tangent to a circle
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    4.
    Trigonometry
    • Trigonometry
    • Height and Distance
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    5.
    Statistics and Probabilty
    • Mean
    • Mode and Median of grouped Data
    • Mean deviation about mean
    • Mean deviation about Median
    • Standard Deviation and Variance
    • Probability of Events
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    6.
    Mensuration
    • Surface Area and Volume
    • No. of Questions: 5
    • Marks per Question: 2
    • Total Marks: 10
    7.
    Reasoning and Aptitude
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 1.5
    • Total Marks: 15
    8.
    Scholar’s Zone
    • No. of Questions: 10
    • Marks per Question: 2.5
    • Total Marks: 25

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