How to apply for Olympiad exam for class 7
School Connect Online Olympiad is an integrated learning program for schools organised with a key goal of establishing a wide entrance for the learning process bringing together every aspiring student, teacher, school and parent under an umbrella of the disciplined domain of schools. School Connect Online guarantees to strengthen the academic excellence of young minds and to foster their aspirations by delivering them a unique learning platform to crack Olympiads, one of the most prestigious examinations. How do I prepare for class 7 Olympiad
With a perfect blend of video lessons, practice questions, mock tests and assessment, School Connect Online aims to furnish the young aspirants with the best learning materials to deal with Olympiads. This kernel provides self organised learning ambience to furnish the aspiring students with effective strategies and study plans to deal with Olympiad exams, and to bring out the best in them.
School Connect Online is funded and incubated by Startup Oasis, Jaipur an initiative of CIIE –Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A).
Students preparing for Maths Olympiad, Science Olympiad, AI Olympiad, Coding Olympiad can get free access to the best study materials supported by free videos lessons on each topic, practice questions, mock tests, sample papers and performance analysis.
School Connect Online endeavours to deliver the best support to students by providing a unique online platform for their studies and till now we have successfully completed Online Maths Olympiad, Online Science Olympiad, Online Coding Olympiad and Online AI Olympiad.
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- 70,000+ non repeating Questions for students to prepare for Olympiad Exam with CBSE followed syllabus.
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- First time in any Olympiad,School Connect give students an opportunity to analyse the questions with solution post Olympiad exam.
- Reading notes to students with best learning linked videos.
- Teachers of School can see the learning flow of students and their performance.
- A single window view report of the entire school’s performance. With Lesson Plan/Class Plan driven learning progress.
Free Study Materials for Maths Olympiad and Science Olympiad
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|2||Chapter wise||Reading Notes|
|3||Mock Tests||Free Videos|
|4||Maths Reasoning||Learning Platform|
|5||Achievers Practice questions||Performance Update|
|6||Sample Papers||Competition Update|
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Syllabus for Class 7 Maths Olympiad
|2||Maths||Fractions and Decimals|
|5||Maths||Lines and Angles|
|6||Maths||The Triangle and its Properties|
|7||Maths||Congruence of Triangles|
|11||Maths||Perimeter and Area|
|13||Maths||Exponents and Powers|
|15||Maths||Visualising Solid Shapes|
|C Programming Language|
|Lesson : 1||C Programming Language Basics|
|Lesson : 2||Uses of C Programming Language|
|Fundamentals of Java Script|
|Lesson : 3||What is Java Script?|
|Lesson : 4||What is Java Script used for?|
|Lesson : 5||What is Java Script Programme?|
|Lesson : 6||Difference between Java and Java Script|
|XML (eXtensible Markup Language) Program Language|
|Lesson : 7||Basics of XML (eXtensible Markup Language)|
|Lesson : 8||Applications of XML and HTML|
|Lesson : 9||Similarities and Differences between XML and HTML|
|Lesson : 10||What is Ruby?|
|Lesson : 11||What is Ruby on Rails?|
|Lesson : 12||Difference between Ruby and Ruby on Rails?|
|Turtle Programming in Python|
|Lesson : 13||What is Turtle Programming in Python?|
|Lesson : 14||Use simple Java Script commands to draw SHAPES using a Virtual Turtle|
|Lesson : 15||Use simple Java Script commands to draw IMAGES using a Virtual Turtle|
|Chapters||Name of the Chapter|
|Chapter 1||Nutrition in Plants|
|Chapter 2||Nutrition in Animals|
|Chapter 3||Fibre to Fabric|
|Chapter 5||Acids, Bases, and Salts|
|Chapter 6||Physical and Chemical Changes|
|Chapter 7||Weather Climate and Adaptation of Animals to Climate|
|Chapter 8||Winds, Storms, and Cyclones|
|Chapter 10||Respiration in Organisms|
|Chapter 11||Transportation in Animals and Plants|
|Chapter 12||Reproduction in Plants|
|Chapter 13||Motion and Time|
|Chapter 14||Electric Current and Its Effects|
|Chapter 16||Water: A Precious Resource|
|Chapter 17||Forest: our Lifeline|
|Chapter 18||Waste Water Story|
1. Artificial Intelligence : An Introduction
Algorithms always cast a spell on enthusiastic minds. The mystery behind solving complex work through codes fascinates us. Intrigued by how circuits built by engineers can think and work with minimum human intervention, human beings are easily drawn into technology and its innovations. In the domain of Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, sometimes called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines that stand in contrast to the natural intelligence exhibited by humans.
Data and algorithms rule the world by providing better and rapid information about the future. Every one of us is drawn to the ineffable capacity of algorithms that creates more and more data and can program and optimize themselves. To build a rock-solid competence in computing, it is imperative to upgrade our skills and keep going with the flow.
- History of Artificial Intelligence
The advent of modern AI can be traced back to the experiments of classical philosophers that attempt to describe human thinking as a symbolic system. However, the term “artificial intelligence” was first coined during a conference at Dartmouth College, in Hanover, New Hampshire in 1956.
- Artificial Intelligence: NEED
Educational Requirements for Careers in Artificial Intelligence. Basic computer technology and math backgrounds constitute the backbone of most artificial intelligence programs. Various level of math, including probability, statistics, algebra, calculus, logic and algorithms.
- Artificial Intelligence: PURPOSE
Having good basics in mathematics along with coding skills help understand the working of the machine learning models. Artificial intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These processes include learning (the acquisition of information and rules for using the information), reasoning (using rules to reach approximate or definite conclusions) and self-correction.
- Artificial Intelligence: POSSIBILITIES
We are in a relentless effort to explore the unfathomable ocean of technology. Every facet of business has become completely digitised. There is a constant drive towards innovation and new technological models that will help humanity evolve, and become better. Buzzwords like AI, automation and quantum technology are trending in social media.
- Artificial Intelligence ETHICS
Ethics is the branch of philosophy concerned with grounding decisions, beliefs, policies, etc. in some sort of framework for deciding right and wrong. Ethics looks to resolve such questions as human morality. By deriving some moral system, we can prescribe value to some action or belief.
There are some main areas of study in ethics that can be further broken into subcategories:
1. Applied Ethics — concerned with studying what is right or just and what is valuable.
2. Normative Ethics — study of how people should/ought act
3. Meta-ethics — pursuit of understanding what is good or bad, what do these concepts of good/bad really mean?
|Class 1||Coding Syllabus Class 1||Class 7||Coding Syllabus Class 7|
|Class 2||Coding Syllabus Class 2||Class 8||Coding Syllabus Class 8|
|Class 3||Coding Syllabus Class 3||Class 9||Coding Syllabus Class 9|
|Class 4||Coding Syllabus Class 4||Class 10||Coding Syllabus Class 10|
|Class 5||Coding Syllabus Class 5||Class 11||Coding Syllabus Class 11|
|Class 6||Coding Syllabus Class 6||Class 12||Coding Syllabus Class 12|