GlobalFocusOlympiad
GlobalFocusOlympiad

Process of the Global Focus Olympiads 

Registration of Students:

The GFO is open to students in classes fifth to ten. Prospectuses containing the registration forms are sent to all schools registered with GFO. Schools not registered may also request a prospectus by sending an email at info@mindfulgurukul.com or by phone call. Schools must return the registration forms to GFO, duly filled in and complete in all respects, by the due date.

Roll Numbers:

The school's coordinating teacher should fill out the School Registration Form (SRF) and Students' Registration Sheet (SRS) as per the guidelines given and mail them to the GFO's office before the due date of submission of the forms. SOF will register the applicant school and the students as per the Students' Registration Sheet (SRS) received from the school. GFO will generate roll numbers for all students.

GFO will register the applicant school and the students and will conduct physical exams both offline and online on the given date. Principals and teachers may please note that any school can be registered and will need a coordinating manager to conduct the session on school premises.The institute has to ensure that the students have a smart phone with an internet connection on the given day to conduct the exam.The examination time for offline will be 30 minutes with 20 questions.An online test on the Skitii app will follow this. The school should ensure that the user is registered with their name, age, school, and class prior to the examination. No fee is required from the institution to become a registered examination centre.

The GFO is conducted twice. The first time (intraschool), it will be on school premises. The top 3 will be selected for the interschool GFO, which will be conducted in the city.The students and school will be informed via mail regarding the details. The same roll numbers will be called, and the student has to come into school in uniform with an Aadhar card and a hall ticket duly signed by the principal.

Students should register through their respective schools only. Individual registrations by students are not accepted.

Registration Fee:

Schools in India pay to SOF a registration fee of Rs 200* (including GST) per student or Olympiad towards the cost of the examination. Schools may charge an additional Rs 25** per student towards honorarium of incharge, remuneration to teachers to teach and guide, and other expenses. No fee is payable for students suffering from any major physical disability, or an Indian student whose parent was martyred during defence operations.

Subscription:As a part of the competition, all students enrolled will get the subscription of skitii

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The Global Focus Olympiad (GFO) offline paper:

The offline test is organized in the respective schools of the participants during school hours.

(i) The paper is an objective-type test of 30 minutes duration comprising 20 objective-type (multiple choice) questions for classes 5 to 10. Each question carries 5 marks.

(ii) The question paper consists of three sections:

Section-1: Logical Reasoning
Section 2: Spot the difference
Section 3: General Knowledge

(iii) There are separate question papers for each date of the exam.

(iv) The medium of the test is English.

(v) CBSE, ICSE/ISC, and State Board syllabi are followed for setting the test papers. 

(vi) The exam is conducted during school hours.

Clarifications: Any clarification regarding rules, format/pattern of the paper, etc., may be sought from GFO through phone call (9820934635) or email at info@mindfulgurukul.com.

 

The online exam is conducted on the Skitii app, which can be downloaded from the google Play store and apple store

1.  There are 10 questions that are timer-based and last for 150 seconds.

2.  The first 3 rankers get 50, 20, and 10 marks each. The remaining do not get any marks.

3.  The student is judged on the basis of correct answers, followed by time if there is a tie.

4.  If the student skips the answer, the user cannot go back to previous questions

5.  The online results are declared immediately post-exam on the leaderboard.

6.  The final results are based on the total of the online and offline exams, which is 150 marks.