Maths is a powerful language. Mathematics training disciplines the mind and develops logical and critical reasoning, it is one tool which is maximally used on a day to day basis. Even with the advent of computers and calculators, the importance of mathematics in daily affairs has increased.
We need to make efforts to popularize maths among school students. To do so we need to remove the fear of maths, make learning fun and to tell them in clear terms that a basic knowledge of maths is vital in today’s economy. With this vision, EduHeal Foundation is conducting the National Interactive Maths Olympiad (NIMO).
NIMO promises to make math more fun by introducing interactive activities like interactive olympiad, workshops and seminars. Mathematic Activity Books and annual e-newspaper. For marking, sample paper, result and other details Please see FAQ's - some answers you must know.
Eligibility : CBSE/ICSE/ State Boards and NIOS students studying in class 1to12 are eligible to appear.
Level 1: city/state
Pen paper (OMR) based multiple choice questions on CBSE, ICSE, State and IB syllabus; To be conducted in your school.
Class Total Question Question Sectionwise
1 st to 6th 25
To be Solved in 40 min.
5 Mental Ability
15 Maths
5 Interactive
7 th to 12th 50
To be Solved in 60 min.
10 Mental Ability
30 Maths
10 Interactive
Level 2: National
Selected students - Successful school toppers* will participate in an online/ computer based test to be conducted at exam centres all over India in Feburary. These tests will have interactive questions. The Syllabus will be same as was in level-1.
Level 3: International
Feb. onwards, level 2 toppers+ will be selected for International Olympiad training camps (IOTC) which will mentor these toppers for project based competitions conducted by Google Science Fair. EHF is the educational partner for GSF. IOTC will be mentored by top scientists from IIT, Delhi.
Topper of Maths , Science and cyber in Level-2 WIll be invited for IOTC.There is no fees for Level-3

1st IOTC was conducted on 26 April, 2013 at National Science Centre, New Delhi. Out of 1000+ entries received from schools across the globe, top 10 students were invited to present their projects to the panel of judges from IIT, Delhi.
1. Minimum 8 students/class should successfully participate in the given olympiad.
2. The above criteria is relaxed in cases where the student has scored 100% marks or is in the top 1 %
Level 2 Exams will be held on 3 Week of Feb for students qualifying in level 1. These will be held for students studying in class 1 to 12 . List of qualifying student will be sent to respective schools and also posted on website.There if no fees foe level - 2.
Admit cards : Admit cards will be uploaded on our website before level 2 exam.They will also be emailed on the email ID registered with EHF
*Scoring atleast 50% , with minimum 8 successful participants in the class concerned
+as per various international competition guidelines
For Latest Winners Please see Blog
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