The Eduheal Foundation conducted Math Olympiad **National Interactive Math Olympiad** **NIMO **to provide a platform where students can participate and use their knowledge or skills to solve Math problems which are based on the application of the concepts learned. Maths is a subject that acts on the basis of all Engineering and Science domains. From physics to artificial intelligence maths play an important role in all fields. The Eduheal Foundation provides different efforts to raise math among school students. Monetary Benefits will be provided to the students under the scholarship test. To get more information related to the olympiad, kindly go through the article.

**About** **National Interactive Maths Olympiad NIMO 2024 **

The Math Olympiad examination includes consistent thinking, basic reasoning, inventing reasoning, dynamic or special reasoning, critical thinking capacity, and surprisingly viable relational ability. To motivate students to participate in math olympiads we need to make learning fun, eliminate the fear of maths, and narrate to them clearly that maths basic knowledge is extremely wide in today’s economy. The students who are interested in participating in the **National Interactive Math Olympiad **will visit the official website to get more information. In this article, we also provide you with brief information about the** National Interactive Maths Olympiad**, Eligibility Criteria, Benefits, Exam Date, Application procedure, result declaration, Syllabus, and much more.

**Also Check: Pathani Samanta Mathematics Scholarship Test**

**Key Highlights of National Interactive Maths Olympiad**

Name of Organization | Eduheal Foundation |

Popularly known as | National Interactive Maths Olympiad |

Beneficiaries | Class 1^{st} to 12^{th} Students |

Benefits | Monetary Benefits |

Official Website | NIMO |

Mode of examination | OMR or Computer Based Test (Last decision to be made by school) |

**Reason to Participate in NIMO**

There are many kids who have the fear of concentrating on Maths and some may even have an unexplained fear of the subject. The reason kids run away from math is that their basic concepts are not that strong and as they grow up to the level they become tough.

The main focus is not a concept. It needs to make the learning process easier and more fun which develops interest among the students. Ultimately it will help them to write their phobia for math away.

**Eligibility Criteria for ****National Interactive** Maths Olympiad Exam

**National Interactive**Maths Olympiad Exam

- The students who belong to participating schools can take part in the exam.
- Candidates must be from a participating school that should be affiliated with ICSE, CBSE, and the state board.
- Students Interested in writing exams can approach their school coordinators.
- The school authorities can download the required registration form and fill them out as instructed.
- The school coordinator will be responsible for sending the registration form along with the amount of the payment receipt.

**National Interactive Maths Olympiad Important Dates**

- Registration deadline- Updates Soon
- Admit card- Updates Soon
- Exam dates- Updates Soon
- Result date- Updates Soon

**NIMO Exam Pattern**

National Interactive Maths Olympiad is conducted into 2 levels- level 1 (National) and level 2 (International) for classes 1st to 12th. Most of the Olympiad exams are conducted on a similar syllabus that kids are studying at school. It signifies that they don’t need to buy other reference books for preparation. The details about each level are below:

**Eduheal Level 1 Exam- National**

Level 1 will be a pen-paper exam on multiple-choice questions. A student should correctly fill in all columns of OMR. Incorrect information may lead to the disqualification of the student from getting rank. The sample OMR sheet is available on the site and also attached to the sample paper. There is no level 2 in the arts and General Knowledge Olympiad. Also, for levels 2 or 3rd there is no fee. Level 1 also conducts as a Computer Based exam. Classes 1st to 3rd can only opt for a paper-based exam. whereas classes 8 to 12 can opt for computer-based exams.

**Details for Classes 1st to 6th**

- Duration of exam: 40 minutes.
- Question Type: MCQs
- Questions categories:
- 1. General IQ: 10
- 2. Subject related: 15
- 3. Interactive: 15
- Total: 40 questions.

**Details for Classes 7th to 12th**

- Duration of exam: 60 minutes.
- Question Type: MCQs
- Questions categories:
- 1. General IQ: 10
- 2. Subject related: 30
- 3. Interactive: 20
- Total: 60 questions.

**Eduheal Level 2 Exam- International**

The selected student will participate in an online test, conducted at exam centers all over India in Mid- February. These tests will be the same as in the level 1 exam.

**Questions categories:**

1. General IQ: 5

2. Subject related: 30

3. Subject-related image-based: 5

**Also Check: BYJUâ€™s National Aptitude Test **

**National Interactive Maths Olympiad Exam 2024 Registration**

**EduHeal School Registration Form A**

- The school has to use the application form A to register itself (if it is an unregistered school).

- Schools have to provide their details such as school name, address & contact number, principal’s name & contact number, school email id, and coordinator’s e-mail id.
- The school should also give the number of students participating in each exam along with the total amount of fees collected and the total amount sent to the EduHeal Foundation after deducting the appropriate amount.
- The amount of INR 125 per student/per exam is to be paid (Rs.25 can be retained by the school per student/per exam).
- Students can pay the amount to their respective coordinators through demand draft or internet banking.
- The demand draft should be in favor of EHF Learning Media (P) Ltd. payable at New Delhi. For online payment, schools are requested to send the money to the following account number.
- EHF HDFC Bank A/c No.: 50200004458546
- IFSC/NEFT Code: HDFC0000678
- The form should reach the following address before the last date of registration (October 2021).
- EHF, 103, Taj Apt., Ring Road, Near AIIMS Metro Station, New Delhi- 110029.

**EduHeal School Registration Form B**

School registration form B is used to fill in the details regarding teachers who are acting as school coordinators for different exams. Based on the strength of student participation in EHF Olympiads, each of the teachers mentioned below will be entitled to

- Participation certificate and gifts.
- Ward of the Olympiads coordinators/principal can sit for any one of the online exams for free.
- Free participation in the online National Teachers Evaluation Test (if desired)
- The school opting for an online exam will be sent multiple demo links for practice on EHF online exam server, which will be PC based.

**EduHeal School Registration Form C**

School registration form C is used to order preparatory books/reference books sold by EduHeal Foundation. The cost of each book is INR 80. Details such as the number of books for each class per exam and school details (name, address, phone number, etc.) are to be filled in. The EduHeal Foundation sells two types of preparatory books.

- Workbook
- Activity book

**EduHeal School Registration Form D**

The school registration form D is also known as the student registration form. The details of the students who have parental consent are filled in. Details such as the name of the student, father’s name, and exams attempted are filled in this form.

- Each sheet is for a particular class, and the school can photocopy the page for more students.
- Serial numbers starting from 001 should be assigned to each student in a form and should be continued in case of additional pages.
- The enrollment number for the exam (printed on the admit card) is determined by a combination of the Olympiad code, school code, class, and serial number.
- Coordinators must make sure that the student’s details are correct as it cannot be changed later, and the same will be printed on certificates.

**Eduheal Syllabus for 2024**

EduHeal NIMO Class 1 Syllabus

- Listed below are the topics covered for class 1 EduHeal National Interactive Maths Olympiad.
- Geometry: shapes, spatial understanding, and solids around us.
- Numbers: developing a sense of numbers, counting & operating numbers 0-9, the number from 10-20, addition & subtraction (up to 20), numbers from 21-99, and mental arithmetic.
- Money & Coins: common currency notes & coins identification and putting together small amounts of money
- Measurement: length and weight
- Time: distinguishes between events occurring in time using terms earlier & later and narrates the sequence of events in a day.
- Data handling: Collects, represents, and interprets simple data such as measuring the arm length or circumference of the head using a paper strip.
- Patterns

**EduHeal NIMO Class 2 Syllabus**

- Listed below are the topics covered for class 2 EduHeal National Interactive Maths Olympiad.
- Numbers
- Addition and subtraction
- Preparation for multiplication and division
- Mental arithmetic
- Money
- Measurement of length, weight, capacity (volume), and time
- Data handling
- Patterns
- Geometry shapes & spatial understanding 3D and 2D shapes

**EduHeal NIMO Class 3 Syllabus**

- Listed below are the topics covered for class 3 EduHeal National Interactive Maths Olympiad.
- Geometrical shapes & spatial understanding
- Numbers (number sequence up to 1000)
- Addition & subtraction
- Multiplication & division
- Mental arithmetic
- Money
- Measurement of length, weight, volume, and time
- Data handling
- Patterns

**EduHeal NIMO Class 4 Syllabus**

- Listed below are the topics covered for the class 4 EduHeal National Interactive Maths Olympiad.
- Geometric shapes & spatial understanding
- Numbers and operations (number tables)
- Mental arithmetic
- Fractional numbers
- Money
- Measurement of length, weight, volume, and time
- Data handling
- Patterns

**EduHeal NIMO Class 5 Syllabus**

- Geometrical shapes & spatial understanding
- Numbers and operations
- Mental arithmetic
- Fractional numbers
- Money
- Measurement
- Data handling
- Patterns
- Average, percentage & ratio proportion, profit & loss, circles, triangles, and quadrilaterals

**EduHeal NIMO Class 6 Syllabus**

- Listed below are the topics covered for class 6 EduHeal National Interactive Maths Olympiad.
- Number systems: knowing numbers, playing numbers, whole numbers, negative numbers, integers, and fractions
- Algebra- introduction to algebra, ratio, and proportion.
- Geometry- basic geometry Idea (2D) and understanding elementary shapes.
- Mensuration- the concept of perimeter and introduction to the area.
- Data handling

**EduHeal NIMO Class 7 Syllabus**

- Listed below are the topics covered for class 7 EduHeal National Interactive Maths Olympiad.
- Number systems: knowing our numbers – integers, fractions, rational numbers, and powers
- Algebra: algebraic expressions, ratios, and proportion
- Geometry: understanding shapes, properties of triangles, symmetry, representing 3D in 2D, congruence, and construction (using a scale, protractor, and compass)
- Mensuration: revision of perimeter, the idea of pi, and the circumference of a circle
- Area: the concept of measurement using a basic unit area of a square, rectangle, triangle, parallelogram, or circle, and the area between two rectangles & two concentric circles
- Data handling: mean, median, and mode
- Construction of bar-graphs

**EduHeal NIMO Class 8 Syllabus**

- Listed below are the topics covered for class 8 EduHeal National Interactive Maths Olympiad.
- Number systems: rationals numbers, powers, square, square roots, cubes, cube roots, and playing with numbers
- Algebra: algebraic expressions, ratio, and proportion
- Geometry: understanding shapes, converting 3D to 2D, and construction of shapes (quadrilaterals)
- Mensuration: area of trapezium and polygon
- Data handling: pie charts and arranging data
- Introduction to graphs: axes & cartesian plane and reading off from graphs

**EduHeal NIMO Class 9 Syllabus**

- Number systems: real numbers, terminating/non-terminating recurring decimals, irrational numbers, the definition of nth root of a real number, and rationalization (with precise meaning) of real numbers
- Algebra: polynomials (degree of a polynomial, zeros/roots of a polynomial/equation, remainder theorem, factor theorem) and linear equations in two variables
- Coordinate geometry: Lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, area, circles, and constructions
- Mensuration: Areas, surface area, and volumes
- Statistics and probability

**EduHeal NIMO Class 10 Syllabus**

- Number systems: real numbers, Euclidâ€™s division lemma, fundamental theorem of arithmetic, and decimal expansions of rational numbers in terms of terminating/non-terminating recurring decimals.
- Algebra: polynomials, pairs of linear equations in two variables, quadratic equations, and arithmetic progressions
- Trigonometry: trigonometric ratios, trigonometric identities, and heights & distances
- Coordinate geometry: lines (in two dimension)
- Geometry: triangles, circles, and constructions
- Mensuration: the areas of plane figures, surface areas, and volumes
- Statistics and probability

**EduHeal NIMO Class 11 Syllabus**

- Sets and functions: sets, relations, and functions & trigonometric functions
- Algebra: the principle of mathematical induction, complex numbers & quadratic equations, linear inequalities, permutations & combinations, binomial theorem, and sequence & series
- Coordinate geometry: straight lines, conic sections, and introduction to 3D geometry
- Calculus: limits and derivatives
- Mathematical reasoning
- Statistics and probability

**EduHeal NIMO Class 12 Syllabus**

- Relations and functions: types of relations, one to one & onto functions, composite functions, the inverse of a function, binary operations, and inverse trigonometric functions
- Algebra: matrices and determinants
- Calculus: continuity & differentiability, applications of derivatives, integrals, applications of the integrals, and differential equations
- Linear programming
- Probability

For class 12 students from the science stream, the NIMO syllabus includes vectors and 3D geometry.

- For class 12 students from the non-science stream, the NIMO syllabus includes a partnership, bill of exchange, and linear programming.

**NIMO 2024 Results**

- Step 1: Download the EDU Olympia App available free to all students.
- Step 2: Register on this application by providing the respective email id.
- Step 3: Click on Global Comp. 1.
- Step 4: Click on the link saying NIMO result and click submit.
- Step 5: Select the appropriate level and enter your name and enrollment number as given in your admit card.
- Step 6: NIMO 2021 result will appear on your screen.
- Step 7: Download and take the printout of the result for future reference.

OMR, question paper, answer sheet, and aptitude report will be available for download to analyze their performance.