Frequently Asked Questions
Students are ranked on the basis of marks, percentage, ranks and percentile achieved. The comparative analysis determines the skillset of students and helps them achieve higher learning goals. It also provides an objective, in-depth analysis of student’s aptitude in key learning areas that are essential for success. It empowers students and helps in building self-confidence, at the same time motivating them to excel. Students are suitably awarded based on their ranks.
The syllabus for OGO is based on the National Curriculum Framework (NCF).
Yes, the dates and timings of exams are different for each subject so you can participate in all the seven subjects i.e. Cyber, English, Hindi, Mathematics and Science.
Who all are eligible to participate in OGO?
- OGO is conducted for Classes 1 to 10 in the following subjects: Cyber, English, Mathematics and Science.
- OGO is conducted in Hindi for Classes 3 to 10.
- OGO is a two level examination, i.e. School Level Examination (SLE) at school level and National Level Examination (NLE) at national level.
- Students scoring 70% and above in the SLE will qualify for the NLE.
I and few of my friends are interested in taking part in OGO but our school has not yet received any information regarding the same. What can we do?
Are there any special books which the participants should refer to for the preparation?
In general, NCERT books/course books prescribed by the CBSE/ICSE/STATE BOARDS may be referred to for preparation. We also have following books/materials for OGO preparation:
- OGO Workbooks–English, Mathematics, Science, Cyber, (For Classes 1 to 10); Hindi (for Classes 3 to 10)
- OGO NLE Books– English, Mathematics, Science & Cyber(For Classes 1 to 10).
When are the results of OGO declared?
Results of OGO will be declared within 45 days of the exam. The hard copy of the results will be sent to the schools for onward distribution to the students. The results can also be viewed on our website.