There will be only one examination for a total of one hour thirty minutes duration at school level with 100 multiple choice questions, each weighted for one mark. Examination will consist of Two Segments viz. Section-A (comprising 40 questions from study material Indian Contributions to Science; Life story of Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman & India’s Freedom Struggle and Science (August 2022 issue) to be provided by Vijnana Bharati) & Section-B (comprising 60 questions based on the Text Books of NCERT Curriculum & Logic and Reasoning (open source)). The examination will be conducted separately for Junior Group (class VI to VIII) and for Senior Group (class IX to XI).
Evaluation of students will be based on their individual performance at each level. The examination will be conducted in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali, Odia and Assamese (major regional languages).
Junior and Senior (Classes VI to XI)
Multiple Choice Questions [1 Mark each]
40 questions from
1) Indian Contributions to Science;
2) Life story of Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman &
3) India’s Freedom Struggle and Science (August 2022 issue)
60 questions from
1) Text Books of NCERT Curriculum &
2) Logic and Reasoning (open source)
30 Minutes (40 Questions, 40 Marks)
60 Minutes (60 Questions, 60 Marks)
Answers of Section-B will be checked only if a student secures equal or more than 50% (i.e. equal to or more than 20 Marks) in Section-A.