BRIEF

IOEL (International Olympiad of English Language) conducted by Silver Zone assess the competency and proficiency of the students in the field of English Language. This examination helps the student to the students to test their skills and sharpen them, and also makes the student know where they stand in international level.

The examination is held in three levels:-

  1. LEVEL I:- Every student registered are eligible for the examination at respective school premises.
  2. LEVEL II:-
  • Top 1000 Olympiad rank holders of the 1st Level from each class
  •  All Class 1st rank holders with minimum 60% of marks with minimum 100 students from a particular school.
  • The examination will be held in respective school premises.
  1. LEVEL III:- Students holding the 1st rank of classes 6th to 12th from 2nd level eligible for level III at New Delhi

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

All students of classes 1 to 12.`

EXAM PATTERN

  1. The language medium is English only.
  2. The question paper consists of 40 question for classes 1 to 2 and 50 questions for classes 3 to 12.
  3. Question paper is divided into 8 sections:-
  • Section I:- General English
  • Section II:- Grammar
  • Section III:- Vocabulary
  • Section IV:- Comprehension & Composition
  • Section V:- Scholar’s Zone

 

  1. Marking scheme:-
  • Classes 1-2

 

Unit

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

General English

6

2

12

Grammar

11

2

22

Vocabulary

8

2

16

Comprehension & Composition

5

2

10

Scholar Zone

10

4

40

 

  • Classes 3-12

Unit

No. of Questions

Marks

Total Marks

Grammar

20

1.5

30

Vocabulary

10

1.5

15

Comprehension & Composition

10

2

20

Scholar Zone

10

3.5

35

 

 

  1. No negative marks are allotted for the wrong response.
  2. Duration of examination is 1 hour.

REGISTRATION

Fill out the registration form provided by the school.

FEE STRUCTURE AND STUDY MATERIAL

  1. FOR SCHOOLS IN INDIA
  • Participation fee for the Olympiad is Rs. 120/- per student.
  • Rs. 20/- out of Rs. 120 shall be retained by the school towards honorarium of the invigilator(s) and other expenses like postal expenses, DD charges and photocopying, etc.
  1. FOR SCHOOLS OUTSIDE INDIA
  •  Participation fee for the Olympiad is USD$8 per student.
  •  USD$2 out of  USD$8 shall be retained by the school towards honorarium of the invigilator(s) and other expenses like postal expenses, DD charges and photocopying, etc.

IMPORTANT DATES

EVENTS

DATES

Last date to fill the registration form

31st August 2018.

Exam dates of level I

  • 02nd November 2018
  •  1st December 2018

The result of level I

January 2019.

Exam date of level II

January/February 2019

Exam date of level III

May/June 2019

 

AWARDS

LEVEL III

RANK

AWARDS

1st and 2nd

  • a cash prize of Rs. 1,00,000/-
  •  A trip to the UK
  • Winner’s Trophy.

 

LEVEL II

RANKS

AWARDS

The 1st rank holder of class 12th 

  • a cash prize of Rs. 75,000/-
  • Winner’s Trophy

The 1st rank holder of class 11th

  • a cash prize of Rs. 50,000/-
  • Winner’s Trophy.

The 1st rank holder of classes 1-10

  • a cash prize of Rs. 15,000/-
  • Winner’s Trophy.

2nd

  • a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/-
  • Winner’s Trophy

3rd

  • a cash prize of Rs. 5,000/-
  • Winner’s Trophy

1st, 2nd and 3rd state rank holders(50% minimum marks)

  • exciting prizes

 

LEVEL I

RANKS

AWARDS

4th to 10th of each class

  • wrist watches.

11th to 25th of each class

  • exciting prizes

26th to 500th of each class

  • topper achievement certificate

1st, 2nd & 3rd of each class and from every school(50% minimum marks)

  • Gold, Silver and Bronze medals respectively, 

 

 

SYLLABUS

 

Classes

Topics

Class 1

Comprehension, Identification of Things/Objects of Daily Use, Identification of Characters, Identification of Monuments/Places, Answering General Questions, Correct Spelling and Knowledge of Sounds, Noun (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Pronoun (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Verb (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Singular/Plural, Gender, Use of A and An, Use of In, At, On, To, Sentence Formation, One Word Substitution, Words with Same and Opposite Meaning, Rhyming Words and Sentences, Functional English, Mental Aptitude.

Class 2

Comprehension, Identification of Things/Objects of Daily Use, Identification of Characters, Identification of Monuments/Places, Answering General Questions, Correct Spelling and Knowledge of Sounds, Noun (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Pronoun (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Verb (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Singular/Plural, Gender, Use of A and An, Use of In, At, On, To, Sentence Formation, One Word Substitution, Words with Same and Opposite Meaning, Rhyming Words and Sentences, Functional English, Mental Aptitude.

Class 3

Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words and Sentences, Types of Sentence, Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb, Adverb, Preposition, Conjunction, Use of Possessive, Tense (Elementary), Error Finding, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story and Paragraph Writing, Functional English, Mental Aptitude

Class 4

Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words and Sentences, Types of Sentence, Parts of Speech, Use of Possessive, Tense, Error Finding, Antonyms/ Synonyms, Story and Paragraph Writing, Functional English, Mental Aptitude.

Class 5

Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words and Sentences, Types of Sentences, Parts of Speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Modals, Direct and Indirect Speech, Subject-Verb Agreement, Determiners, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story and Paragraph Writing, Picture Composition, Notice Writing, Letter Writing, Message Writing, Differentiating Between Facts and Opinion, Functional English, Mental Aptitude.

Class 6

Analogy, Comprehension, Classification, Correct Spelling, One word substitution, Jumbled words and sentences, Types of sentences, Parts of speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Direct and Indirect speech, Subject-Verb Agreement, Modals, Determiners, Article, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story and Paragraph writing, Notice writing, Letter writing, Message writing, Differentiating between facts and opinion, Idioms and phrases, Functional English, Mental Aptitude

Class 7

Analogy, Comprehension, Classification, Spelling Test, Jumbled words and sentences, Types of sentences, Parts of speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Direct and Indirect speech, Subject-Verb agreement, Article, Modals , Determiners, Clause, Antonyms/Synonyms, Idioms and phrases, One word substitution, Story and Paragraph writing, Notice writing, Letter writing, Message writing, Report writing, Differentiating between facts and opinion, Functional English, Mental Aptitude.

Class 8

Analogy, Comprehension, Classification, Spelling Test, Jumbled words and sentences, Types of sentences, Parts of speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Direct and Indirect speech, Subject-Verb agreement, Article, Modals , Determiners, Clause, Antonyms/Synonyms, Homonyms, Sentence Completion, Idioms and phrases, One word substitution, Story and Paragraph writing, Notice writing, Letter writing, Message writing, Report writing, Differentiating between facts and opinion, Functional English, Mental Aptitude.

Class 9

Analogy, Comprehension, Classification, Spelling Test, Jumbled words and sentences, Types of sentences, Parts of speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Direct and Indirect speech, Subject-Verb agreement, Non-Finites, Article, Modals, Determiners, Clause, Antonyms/Synonyms, Homonyms, Sentence Completion, Idioms and phrases, One word substitution, Story and Paragraph writing, Notice writing, Letter writing, Message writing, Report writing, Differentiating between facts and opinion, Functional English, Mental Aptitude.

Class 10

Analogy, Comprehension, Classification, Spelling Test, Jumbled words and sentences, Types of sentences, Parts of speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Direct and Indirect speech, Subject-Verb agreement, Non-Finites, Article, Modals, Determiners, Clause, Antonyms/Synonyms, Homonyms, Sentence Completion, Idioms and phrases, One word substitution, Story and Paragraph writing, Notice writing, Letter writing, Message writing, Report writing, Differentiating between facts and opinion, Functional English, Mental Aptitude.

Class 11

Comprehension-based on:

• Events • General topics • Story • Incident • Current affairs • Historical facts

NOTE MAKING AND PRÉCIS WRITING

 • Making notes • Writing a summary

GRAMMAR

 • Parts of speech, Tense • Voice • Modals • Reported speech • Determiners • Preposition • Clauses • Non-finite • Common errors • Spotting the errors • Omission

ANALOGY

• Similarity • Dissimilarity • Comparison • Logic • Relationship • Resemblance • Profession

GENERAL MULTIPLE QUESTION

One Word Substitution • Antonyms and Synonyms • Jumbled sentences • Idioms and Phrases

WRITING SKILLS

• Sentence completion • Improvement of sentences • Report writing • Notice writing • Poster writing • Advertisements • Letter writing • Article writing COMMUNICATION SKILLS

• Verbal and non-verbal communication: • Body language • Facial expression • Gesture • Posture • Public speaking • The art of speech • Telephone etiquettes • Email etiquettes • Interview etiquettes • Interview skills • Group discussions • Debate • Extempore • Mental Aptitude

Class 12

READING COMPREHENSION

Comprehension-based on  • Events • General topics • Story • Incident • Current affairs • Historical facts

 NOTE MAKING AND PRÉCIS WRITING

• Making notes • Writing a summary

 GRAMMAR

 • Parts of speech, Tense • Voice • Modals • Reported speech • Determiners • Preposition • Clauses • Non-finite • Common errors • Spotting the errors • Omission

ANALOGY

• Similarity • Dissimilarity • Comparison • Logic • Relationship • Resemblance • Profession GENERAL MULTIPLE QUESTION

 • One Word Substitution • Antonyms and Synonyms •Jumbled Sentences • Idioms and Phrases

WRITING SKILLS

• Sentence completion • Improvement of sentences • Report writing • Notice writing • Poster writing • Advertisements • Letter writing • Article writing

 COMMUNICATION SKILLS

 • Verbal and non-verbal communication: • Body language • Facial expression • Gesture • Posture • Public speaking • The art of speech • Telephone etiquettes • Email etiquettes • Interview etiquettes • Interview skills • Group discussions • Debate • Extempore • Mental Aptitude

 

 

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IOEL (International Olympiad of English Language) conducted by Silver Zone assess the competency and proficiency of the students in the field of English Language. Thousands of aspiring students take up the exam every year with the hope of making it to the prestigious institutions. At BasicFirst, we offer earnest students the opportunity to interact and learn from the finest faculty. Our study program includes several methodologies for this. We offer Doubt Clearing sessions, to ensure that students have a strong foundation in the subject. To supplement this, we have online tests and practice workbooks to help train the students to crack the IOEL examination. To encourage one-on-one interaction, we also give students the chance to consult and interact with our faculty over our Live Online, and Mentors programs.

 

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