Brilliant International Informatics Olympiad (BIIO)

Brilliant International Informatics Olympiad endeavors 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 BIIO examination is purely based on Computer Science, which provides ample opportunity to the students not only to test their skills but also sharpen them accordingly and provide know-how about international standard.

Class 2

Total No of questions: 30
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Computers : 30

Basic of Computer, History of Computer Hardware, Abacus, Pasciline, Slide Rule etc., Keyboard Basics, Usage of Computer in our Daily Life. Windows, Working with MS Paint, Computer Language, Computer Abbreviation, Everyday Computer Science.

Class 3

Total No of questions: 40
Computers : 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes

Generations of Computer, History of Computer Hardware, Analytical Engine, Difference Engine, Hollerith Machine. Computer Languages, Input and Output Devices, Types of Software, Computer Picture Dictionary, Computer Abbreviations, MS-Word, Everyday Computer Science.

Class 4

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes

Computers : 40

History of Computers, Computers Peripherals, Categories of Computers, Primary Memory, Secondary Memory, Storage Media, Computer Software, Introduction to System/Application Software. Fun with MS-Paint, Introduction to Windows, Internet Concepts, Computer Picture Dictionary, Everyday Computer Science.

Class 5

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Computers:40

Classification of Computers and Software, Introduction to MS-Word, Logo Programming, Internet
Concept, Binary Arithmetic, Input/Output and Memory Devices. Introduction to Networking.

Internet Glossary, More on Windows, Introduction to MS-Excel, Everyday Computer Science.

Class 6

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes

Computers : 40

Generations of Computers, History of Computer, Input Devices, Output Devices, Networking, Programming with Logo, Internet, Basic Concept of Multimedia, More on MS-World, Introduction to the Power Point. More about Window, Everyday Computer Science.

Class 7

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes

Computers : 40

Introduction to Operating System (OS), Types of Computer Languages, Networking and its usage, Working with MS-Word, Introduction to MS-Excel, Concept of Internet. Programing in Basic, Introduction to Number system, Everyday Computer Science.

Class 8

Total No of questions: 4 0
Time allowed : 60 minutes

Computers : 40

Classification of Computers, Describing Types of Computer, Introduction to Number System, Working with MS- Excel, Networking, Internet, Computer

Language, Internet and IT application, Working with Power Point, Introducing ASCII, Types of Memory, Software Fundamentals, Everyday Computer Science.

Class 9

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes

Computers : 40

Introducing Storage Device, Introduction to Number System, Classification of Computers, Generations of Computers, Operating System (OS), Computer Language, Network Topology, Working with MS-Power Point, Working with MS-Word, More on MS-Excel, Everyday Computer Science.

Class 10

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes

Computers : 40

HTML Fundamentals, MS-Access, Computer Fundamentals, Introducing Number System, IT Basics, Everyday Computer Science.