First Stage for Online Track
- The participants of the first-round would be students of your school/college who have registered their names on the IT Olympiad website or through our area coordinator.
- Your school would be the venue of the first round.
- Teaching staff of your own school other than computer teacher would be the exam invigilator(s) for the examinations.
- Time Limit for this round is 60 minutes and the number of questions asked is 100.
- Level of complexity would range from basic to medium levels.
- At the school level, top 3 scorers from each category i.e. Cubs and Lions would be the winners.
- Every participant would be awarded an E- certificate of participation.
- Offline Track students will provide their answer on OMR sheets provided by our team.
- The final-round candidates shall constitute the top three winners from each school in both categories and both tracks.
- The venue of the final round would be the identified nodal school/ College in your city/town.
- The final round examination would consist of questions from advance level topics the curriculum of which would be mentioned on our websitehttp://www.itolympiad.in as also our books.
- Time Limit for this round would be 60 Minutes with the number of questions being asked being 100.
- The winners in this stage would be the top three scorers in each category ie., Cubs and Lions Category. The highlights of winning at this stage would be:
- A well-publicized function to adjudge the I.T. Olympiad National level Winners.
- The prizes distributed to the winning students at the I.T. Olympiad finale would be of substantial value and prestige.
- In addition to students being awarded prizes, even School staff acting as Co-ordinators whose contribution is adjudged to be of a high order would be awarded with prizes of substantial value and prestige.
- Winning School(s) / Junior College(s) shall be awarded the “Grand I.T Olympiad Rolling Trophy”.
- Where there is a tie for the coveted positions, the respective students shall have to appear for special examination fixed by the management committee of the IT Olympiad.