The Indian Engineering Olympiad is an aptitude test done at the national level to provide a competitive ranking of engineering students on the national level. Students from various engineering schools, including top-ranked universities/colleges, take this exam to prove their knowledge of engineering.
The Indian Engineering Olympiad was launched in 2015 by Thinkcell Private Limited. Since then, two editions of the Indian Engineering Olympiad have been successfully organized and nominations for the 3rd edition of IEO 2020 have been invited.
The IEO 2020 exam takes place in more than 65 centers in India and more than 1,800,000 students from engineering schools across the country are expected to attend the third edition of the Indian Engineering Olympiad to test their skills.
Level/Field of Study
The IEO 2020 is open to 2-4 engineering students for their undergraduate studies.
Indian Engineering Olympiad, IEO 2020 is an initiative of Thinkcell Learning Solutions, a national platform for engineering students who can demonstrate their skills in their respective industries. It provides a real aptitude test for engineers in their respective fields.
The Indian Engineering Olympiad 2020 is open to eligible Indian students.
The benefits successful applicants will receive is broken down below:
- Students who earn 81 to 100 points at the Olympic Games receive a 50% discount.
- Students earning between 51 and 80 points receive a 30% discount.
- Those who earn between 21 and 50 points receive a 20% and 10% discount for all applicants.
Students will also be selected for various achievements at this IEO 2020 exam.
- Topper Certificates – The top three performers in each engineering stream receive the Topper Certificate.
- Medals of Excellence – 100 medals are distributed to the good performers in each engineering field.
- Certificate of Participation – Participants will also receive a “certificate of participation”.
- Financial Payments/Scholarships – Partners and organizers of the IEO exam award scholarships to the participating students.
- The applicant must be an engineering student.
- He/she should be a student in the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year of engineering.
- It should be noted that engineering students who have already taken the course or graduated cannot apply.
- The applicant must be admitted to an engineering school recognized by the AICTE in India.
How to Apply
Interested and eligible students can register for IEO 2020 by completing an online form and paying a registration fee of 100 Rs / -. Outgoing applicants can click on the registration link below and register directly for the 2020 IEO.
- Interested students can apply online for the IEO 2020 exam.
- They should visit the official website of the IEO to apply by clicking on the link http://ieo18.engineeringolympiad.in/register.php
- Applicants must register by providing basic information such as their name, address, phone number, and a valid email ID.
- Upon registration, the login ID and password will be sent to the declarer’s email ID.
- These credentials will allow applicants to access the IEO 2020 application form.
- He/she must complete all the specified columns of the application form.
- The applicant must also upload scanned copies of all required documents.
- Finally, the application fee of ₹100 must be paid.
- Application fees can be paid online via internet banking, credit card, or debit card.
- Tickets for the exam hall will be sent to the candidate’s registered email ID. A candidate must download the ticket and bring it to the examination center.
- The hall tickets for IEO 2020 will be sent by 15 February 2020. If an applicant does not receive the ticket from the hall, he/she must send an email to the IEO organizers on the firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, the application for this scholarship is over as the deadline was on January 28th.
- The number of sections – The question paper contains two sections. A candidate must attempt questions about both sections.
- The total number of questions – There are a total of 50 questions.
- Time Allocation – The questions must be completed within 90 minutes.
Indian Engineering Olympiad 2020: Syllabus
Syllabus for 2nd year engineering students –
The 2nd year engineering program is common to all engineering student programs. The papers are as follows –
- Series and digital sequences
- Linear equations; Number systems; percentages
- Profits and losses; Simple interest and compound interest
- Averages and mixtures; Ratio, proportion and variation; Time, speed and distance; Time and work
- Probabilities, permutations, and combinations
- Synonyms, antonyms
- English grammar
- Verbal analogies
- Groups of words, completion of sentences, instructions, verbal derivation, and critical thinking
- Chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry
- Chemical kinetics, atomic structure, and chemical bonding, solutions
- Physical chemistry: solid, gaseous, and liquid states, energetic
- Surface chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry: Isolation / Production and Properties of Non-Metals – Elements of Transition (3D Series)
- Nuclear chemistry
- Basic principles of qualitative analysis and properties of compounds, ores and minerals, extractive metallurgy
- Algebra: sets, relationships and functions, binomial clause, matrices, determinants, complex numbers
- Exponential and logarithms
- Theory of equations, mathematical induction, permutation, and combination
- Calculation: limits, continuity and differentiability, use of derivatives, defined integration, indefinite integration,
- Geometry: circles, ellipse, parabola, hyperbola, pairs of lines, triangle and its properties, three-dimensional geometry
- Trigonometric equations
- Trigonometry: trigonometric relationships and identities, heights and distances
- Vectors Differential Equation
- Machines – work, energy, and energy
- Kinematics of motion, laws of motion, rotational movements
- Properties of the matter – Properties of solids and liquids, Kinetic theory of gases
- Magnetism and electromagnetism – Electrostatics, current electricity
- Magnetic effects of current and magnetism, electromagnetic induction and alternating currents, electromagnetic waves
- Communication systems
- Oscillations, thermodynamics, and waves
- Atoms and nuclei, optics, electronic devices
Syllabus for 3rd year engineering students –
Part of the work is common to all 3rd year Bachelor of Engineering programs. The papers are as follows
- Number of systems
- Linear equations
- Simple interest and compound interest
- Percentages, profits, and losses
- Time and work; Time, speed and distance
- Averages and mixtures
- Ratio, proportion, and variation
- Number Series and sequences; Permutations and combinations
- Sufficiency of data; data interpretation
- Synonyms, antonym
- English grammar
- Sentence completion
- Verbal analogies, word groups
- Critical Thinking and Verbal Inference
- Calculation I
- Evaluation of specific and improper integrals
- Mean value theorems, indefinite forms
- Double and triple integral functions of a single variable
- Limits, continuity, and differentiability
- Maxima and minima
- Partial Derivatives, Total Derivative, Taylor Series (one and two variables)
- Linear algebra
- Systems of linear equations
- Matrix algebra
- Eigenvalues and eigenvectors
- Probability and statistics
- Sampling theorems
- Conditional probability
- Probability definitions
- Random variables, binomial, Poisson, and normal distributions
- Mean, median, mode, and standard deviation
- Differential equation
- The Euler-Cauchy equation
- First-order equations (linear and non-linear)
- Higher-order linear differential equations with constant coefficients
- Initial and boundary value problems
- Solutions of equations of heat, waves, and Laplace
- Laplace transforms
- Complex variables
- Equations of Cauchy-Riemann
- Analytical functions
- Integral theorem and integral formula of Cauchy
- Taylor and Laurent series
- Calculation II
- Integrals of line, surface, and volume
- The Fourier series; Gradient, divergence, and curl,
- Applications of Gauss, Stokes, and Green theorems
- Vector identities, Direction derivatives
- Numerical Methods
- Integration according to the rules of Trapezoidal and Simpson
- Numerical solutions of linear and nonlinear algebraic equations
- One-step and multi-step methods for differential equations
Syllabus for Fourth Year Engineering Students is different for the various streams of engineering
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