International Informatics Olympiad (iIO)

The International Informatics Olympiad, a test of competence and proficiency in computer science, is held annually at the national and international levels based on syllabus prescribed by CBSE/ICSE and the State Boards. Apart from syllabus, a part of test paper is based on mental ability and reasoning.

Class 2

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes

Section A (Computer Science) : Getting Started with Computers; Calculations with Computers; Computer Processing; Devices; Keyboard Usage; What is Data and Information?; Introduction to Windows; Usage of Computers in Our World.

Section B (Daily Mathematics and Mental ability) : Basic Addition and Subtraction; Basic Shapes; Relationship; Colors; Continuity; Odd one out; Time; Ascending/Descending order.

Class 3

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Time Division: Participants will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes.
35 questions in section A, 2 in section B and 3 in section C.

Section A (Computer Science) : History and Generations of Computers; Intro to Hardware and Software; Booting Up; Keyboard; Input and Output Devices; How Data is Stored in a Computer?; Better ways of Using Computers; Getting familiar with Windows; Paint Brush
Section B (Daily Mathematics) : Addition, Subtraction, Simple Multiplication & Division; Money; Weight; Time

 Section C (Mental ability & Reasoning): Basic Shapes; Relationship; Colors; Continuity; Finding odd ones.

Class 4

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Time Division: Participants will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes.

35 questions in section A, 2 in section B and 3 in section C.

Section A (Computer Science): Generations of Computers ; Computer and its Peripherals; Computer Memories; Characteristics of Memory Devices; Software Classification; A brief about Computer Languages; Fundamentals of Windows; Hands on with Paint Brush; Working with MS-Word
Section B (Daily Mathematics): Natural Number & Whole Numbers; Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division; Fractions; Average; Time & Work

Section C (Mental ability & Reasoning): Relationship; Colors; Finding odd ones; Series.

Class 5

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Time Division: Participants will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes.
35 questions in section A, 2 in section B and 3 in section C.

Section A (Computer Science): Categories of Computers; Logo Basics; Understanding Windows ; Working with MS-Word; Applications of Multimedia; Understanding Internet
Section B (Daily Mathematics): Number System; Measurement Units; Average; Time, Distance & Work; Factors & Multiples

Section C (Mental ability & Reasoning): Relationship; Finding odd ones; Matching Series.

Class 6

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Time Division: Participants will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes.
35 questions in section A, 2 in section B and 3 in section C.

Section A (Computer Science): Computer Generations; Advantages of Computer; Input and output Devices; Computer Languages; Logo Intermediate; Word Processing; Spreadsheet; Understanding Windows; Multimedia, Networking and Internet
Section B (Daily Mathematics): Number System; Measurement Units; Average; Time, Distance & Work; LCM & HCF; Money

Section C (Mental ability & Reasoning): Relationship; Finding odd ones; Matching Series.

Class 7

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Time Division: Participants will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes.
35 questions in section A, 2 in section B and 3 in section C.

Section A (Computer Science): A Walk Through Computers; Programming with Logo; Types of computer Languages; Computer Networking and its Usage; Windows Explorer; Microsoft Word; Multimedia : The Basic Concepts; Understanding World of Internet
Section B (Daily Mathematics): Number System; Measurement Units; Average; Time, Distance & Work; LCM & HCF; Fractions; Geometrical shapes

Section C (Mental ability & Reasoning): Relationship; Finding odd ones; Matching Series.

Class 8

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Time Division: Participants will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes.
35 questions in section A, 2 in section B and 3 in section C.

Section A (Computer Science): Technological Development of Computers; How Computer Works?; Computer Software Fundamentals; Coding with Logo; Managing Windows; Word processing with MS-Word; Surfing the NET
Section B (Daily Mathematics): Percentage; Interest; Average; Time, Distance & Work; Ratio.
Section C (Mental ability & Reasoning): Relationship; Finding odd ones; Matching Series.

Class 9

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Time Division: Participants will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes.
35 questions in section A, 2 in section B and 3 in section C.

Section A (Computer Science): Characteristics of Computer and other Devices; Understanding Programming languages; Operating Systems; Computer and Communication; MS-Word; MS-Excel; Chapter MS-Power Point
Section B (Daily Mathematics): Percentage; Interest; Average; Time; Fraction; Distance & Work

Section C (Mental ability & Reasoning): Relationship; Finding odd ones; Age; Matching Series.

Class 10

Total No of questions: 40
Time allowed : 60 minutes
Time Division: Participants will be required to complete the test between a minimum of 40 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes.
35 questions in section A, 2 in section B and 3 in section C.

Section A (Computer Science): The World of Internet; World Wide Web; Internet Usage; HTML(Hyper Text Markup Language); MS-Access
Section B (Daily Mathematics): Percentage; Interest; Algebra; Log; Surface Area & Volume; Time, Distance & Work

Section C (Mental ability & Reasoning): Relationship; Finding odd ones; Matching Series.