School life is the foundation of students’ futures, and the ‘Hindustan Olympiad’ is helping to strengthen that foundation even more. The goal of organising this Olympiad is to help children develop their talents by providing them with a suitable platform. HT Media Limited conducts this exam independently.
The ‘Hindustan Olympiad’ began in 2015. It provides a one-of-a-kind platform for students to engage in healthy competition with one another. Unlike multiple subject exams, this Olympiad assesses students’ academic ability in all major subjects.
It is a two-tiered examination. This is open to students in grades 1 through 12. The top 10% of first-level contestants will be chosen for the second level test, and the final winners will be chosen from among them.
Trophies and scholarships will be given to state and district winners, as well as certificates to all students who participate. Amrita University, Speedlabs, and Oswal Books are HT Media’s event partners. Our partner ‘Speedlabs’ will provide all participants with free course material.
The organising procedure will be as follows:
Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Mumbai, and Chandigarh will host the Hindustan Olympiad-2023.
The Hindustan Olympiad is a two-tiered examination. This is open to students in grades 1 through 12.
This year’s exam will follow a hybrid format. The exam will be administered offline in rural areas under this plan. The online examination will take place in urban areas.
More information about the Olympiad can be found at www.hindustanolympiad.in.
“Amrita University through Hindustan Olympiad will educate and train the future generation by providing an environment of skill and competition,” said BR Maheshwar Chaitanya, Director (Admissions), Deputy Controller of Examinations (Amritapuri Campus).
“Hybrid models are the future of education, and Speedlabs supports them for learning and teaching,” said Vivek Varshney, CEO and Co-Founder of Speedlabs. New technology is assisting in the improvement of education for students, parents, and teachers. may”