होम News Jharkhand State Olympiad Exam 2023

Jharkhand State Olympiad Exam 2023

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The Jharkhand State Olympiad Exam will be conducted from December 17th to 19th this year to recognize the talent of students studying in government schools. The State Olympiad Exam will cover five subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and General Knowledge, with the exam taking place on OMR sheets.

A total of 53,310 students have registered to participate in this talent search exam. Students from classes VII, VIII, and IX will be part of this examination.

The State Council for Educational Research and Training has issued guidelines to schools regarding the organization of the State Olympiad Exam. The examination aims to identify and promote the intellectual capabilities of students in government schools.

Each subject in the examination will have 100 questions, and the duration of the exam for each subject will be three hours. The Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan officials, appointed for the matric and intermediate exams earlier this year, will oversee the State Olympiad in the relevant schools.

Students have been granted the flexibility to appear for exams in multiple subjects. As a result, the council received a total of 1,12,525 applications.

The exam will be conducted in the English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and General Knowledge subjects on OMR sheets. For each subject, a total of 53,310 students have registered.

To accommodate students appearing for exams in multiple subjects, a total of 1,12,525 applications were received.

The examination will consist of 100 questions for each subject, with a time limit of three hours for each. The examination will be subjective in nature for classes II to VI and objective for classes VII to IX. The examination for classes VI to VIII will include objective-type questions and project work.

For each subject, a time frame of two hours has been allocated. Each subject will be worth 60 marks for classes II to V. Classes VI to IX will have the same grading system, but for Mathematics, Science, and Social Science, there will be a written examination worth 50 marks, and 10 marks will be allotted for project work.

The internal assessment for each class will be based on a weekly examination conducted between August and November, with an average of 40 marks.

The examination schedule is as follows:

  • December 17: English
  • December 18: Mathematics (First shift) and Social Science (Second shift)
  • December 19: Science (First shift) and General Knowledge (Second shift)

This exam, originally scheduled for June, was postponed due to delays in publishing question papers and OMR sheets. Similarly, the Summative Assessment-1 exam, initially set for October, will now take place in December.

The Summative Assessment-1 exam will only have an oral examination for Class I, while for Classes II to VIII, there will be objective, short answer type, and long answer type questions. Internal evaluation will be based on the weekly check conducted between August and November for each class, with a focus on project work.

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