NISO - National Interactive Science Olympiad

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EduHeal will launch the NISO 2022 examination practice manual after the registration is finished. The manual covers all of the matters college students require, like pattern papers and exam details (pattern, marking, and dates). We will discuss more on the NISO exam 2022 in detail.

Exam Highlights and Important Dates

Conducting Body

EduHeal Foundation

Exam Name

National Interactive Science Olympiad (NISO)

Registration Start Date

March 2022

Registration Deadline

31 August 2022

Registration Fees

INR 125 (If applicable, INR 25 extra for the conduct of exam by school)

Exam Date

2 December 2022

Mode of Reference

Online

Mode of Examination

Paper-based Test

NISO Exam Pattern

Classes

No. of Questions

Exam Duration

I- VI

40

40

VII-XII

60

60

The table below shows the NISO section-wise exam pattern.

Classes

Section-wise Division

Total Questions

I- VI

General IQ

10

Subject

15

Interactive

15

VII-XII

General IQ

10

Subject

30

Interactive

20

NISO 2022 Registration

The NISO examination is open for the scholars of Classes 1 to 12, and the scholars will receive registration paperwork from the schools. A nominal participation fee may be charged from every scholar, a part of which can be retained through the college for its costs as an examination centre. Details approximately the rate/mode of payment etc., may be given withinside the college registration paperwork so that students can be quickly despatched to the registered schools.

The applicants taking part need to be a category 1st to the Class 12 scholar of CBSE, ICSE, kingdom board, or NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling). The college needs to ship the NISO 2022 application form to attain it earlier than the final date, i.e. August 2021. Students have to post their signed consent paperwork to their respective coordinators.

Please Note: INR 125 (such as 18% GST) for the exam fee is payable for every participant for schools. Moreover, the college will collect a quantity of INR 25 from every scholar closer to the honorarium in price, remuneration to instructors to train and guide.

NISO Syllabus 2022

The National Interactive Science Olympiad syllabus is very important to help students prepare for NISO 2022. The syllabus gives a detailed idea about topics that are asked in the exam. Students can divide topics that are strong and also topics that need more attention. Besides, students will allocate separate amounts of time by concentrating on the subject-wise topics, making their preparation efficient. We will discuss class-wise details.

NISO Syllabus for Class 1

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 1 focus on environmental sciences and their basic nature.

  • About plants
    • What are their types?
    • How do they grow?
    • What do they give us, and how are they useful to us?
    • What are the major parts of plants, seeds, flowers, and leaves?
  • About animals
    • The world of animals, and types of animals
    • What do they eat and where do they live?
    • What are their groups called?
    • What are the names of their home, and how do they grow?
  • Air
    • What is air?
    • Why is it necessary, fun with air? What can we do with aviation?
  • Water
    • Why do we need water?
    • What is the work where we use water for?
    • Forms of water
  • Weather
    • Day & night, sunny days, cold days, rainy days, summer, and monsoon
  • Sky & space
    • A general idea about the sun, moon, and stars
    • Indian people on the moon and space
  • Our needs & habits
    • What do we need to keep ourselves healthy? Cleanliness, good food, exercise, walking, clothing, etc.
    • What good habits should we follow?
  • Safety first: Precautions to take while on roads, while playing outdoor games and when at home.

NISO Syllabus for Class 2

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 2 focus on environmental sciences and their basic nature.

  • Plants
    • About plants, herbs, shrubs, trees, the life of plants, and what we get from plants
  • Animal
    • About different types of animals, household/pet animals, wild animals, animals’ behaviour, and young ones of different animals
  • Air around us
    • Air, features of air, what moving air can do, and simple experiments of air
  • Water
    • How water is useful, how water moves in nature -water cycle, work that moving water can do
  • Up in the sky
    • Basic knowledge about the sun, moon, & stars, and Indian astronauts
  • Our body
    • Various parts of our body. What work do they do? How to keep our body parts clean; bones and muscles.
  • Food and nutrition
    • What should we eat?
    • Which food is good?
    • Good food habits
  • Safety and first-aid
    • Safety rules to be followed on roads while playing
    • What to do when injured?
    • Precaution while playing indoor games

NISO Syllabus for Class 3

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 3 focus on environmental sciences, food habits, and relationships with nature.

  • Family and friends
    • Relationships
      • My family & me
      • Who do I look like?
      • Old and the physically challenged
    • Plants: Plants around us and leaves in our lives
    • Animals: Small & big, some creepy crawlies, flyers, and birds
  • Work and play: Workaround me, working children, and games we play
  • Food: Foods from plants & animals, cooking, eating in the family, and what animals eat
  • Shelter: Houses, decorating & cleaning our shelter, my family and other animals, and mapping my neighbourhood
  • Water: Water for my family, do plants & animals need water, water shortage, water in our lives, and storing water
  • Travel: Going places, ways to travel, talking without speaking, and mailing a letter
  • Things we make and do: Pottery and textiles

NISO Syllabus for Class 4

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 4 focus on the human body, plant & animal reproductive system, food habits, and essential survival elements.

  • Family and friends
    • Relationships
      • Your mother, as a child, where do babies come from?
      • My extended family and feeling around with eyes shut.
    • Plants: Roots of plants, flowers, and who do trees belong to
    • Animals: Animals and their friends who are attracted to flowers, long ears or short
    • Work and play
      • Fun & fights at play
      • How did they learn their skills?
      • Fun at the fair/circus
  • Food: How do we get our food? Special occasions, tongue & teeth, teeth, beak, and claws
  • Shelter: Houses then and now
    • Where do animals live? When do birds make a nest?
    • Mapping our neighbourhood
  • Water: Water fit for drinking, water sources, our river/sea, and water vanished when heated
  • Travel: Animals for transport, paying for travel, and travel to another place
  • Things we make and do: Building materials and tools

NISO Syllabus for Class 5

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 5 focus on the human body, plant & animal reproductive system, food habits, and essential survival elements.

  • Family and friends
    • Relationship
      • Family tree and shifting from place to place
      • Who laughs the loudest? Our likes and dislikes and feel to read
    • Work and play: Team games–your heroes, local games/martial arts, blow-hot blow cold, and clean work–dirty work
    • Animals
      • How do animals find their food?
      • What do we take from animals?
      • Why is the tiger in danger?
      • People who depend on animals
    • Plants: Growing plants, forests & forest people, protected trees, and plants that have come from far
  • Food
    • When does food get spoilt?
    • Who produces the food we eat?
    • What did people grow earlier?
    • When do people not get food?
    • How do we digest food and food for plants?
  • Shelter
    • Why different houses? A shelter for everyone, ants live in colonies, and in times of emergency
  • Water
    • Water flow, Plants, and animals in the water
    • What floats, sinks, or mixes?
  • Travel: Petrol or diesel, rough & tough, ride on a spacecraft, and oldest buildings
  • Things we make and do: Growing food

NISO Syllabus for Class 6

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 6 focus on food habits, daily use materials, living beings, and natural phenomena.

  • Food: Sources of food, components of food, and cleaning food
  • Materials: Materials of daily use, different kinds of materials, and how things change/react with one another
  • The world of the living: Things around us, the habitat of the living, plants form & function, and animals form & function
  • Moving things, people, and ideas
  • How things work: Electric current & circuits, and magnets
  • Natural Phenomena: Rain, thunder, lightning, and light
  • Natural resources: The importance of water and air
  • Waste management

NISO Syllabus for Class 7

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 7 focus on food habits, daily use materials, living beings, and natural phenomena.

  • Food: sources and utilisation of food
  • Materials: Materials in daily life, different kinds of materials & their reaction, and how things react with each other?
  • The world of the living: Surroundings affect the living, the breath of life, movement of substances, and multiplication in plants
  • Moving things, people, and ideas: The idea of force, friction, pressure, and sound
  • How does electricity work? Electric current and circuits
  • Natural phenomena: Rain, thunder, and lightning
  • Natural resources: A scarcity of water, forest products, and waste management

NISO Syllabus for Class 8

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 8 focus on food habits, daily use materials, living beings, and natural phenomena.

  • Food: Crop production and micro-organism
  • Materials: Materials in daily life, different kinds of materials & their reaction, and how things react with each other?
  • The world of the living: Why conserve the cell? How are babies formed?
  • Moving things, people, and ideas: The idea of force, friction, pressure, and sound
  • How does electricity work? Electric current and circuits
  • Natural phenomena: Rain, thunder & lightning, light, and night sky
  • Natural resources: Man’s intervention in phenomena of nature and pollution of air and water

NISO Syllabus for Class 9

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 9 focus on food habits, daily use materials, living beings, and natural phenomena.

  • Matter in our surroundings
  • Is matter around us pure?
  • Tissues: Types of plant and animal tissue
  • Forces and laws of motion
  • Atoms and molecules
  • Gravitation
  • Structure of an atom
  • Work and energy
  • Natural resources
  • Sound
  • Improvement in food quality

NISO Syllabus for Class 10

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 10 focus on chemical reactions, life processes, the human eye, metals & nonmetals, electricity, and evolution.

  • Chemical reactions and equations: Types of chemical equations, corrosion, and rancidity
  • Acid, bases, and salts: Common properties of acids and bases
    • Strength of acids & base solutions, the importance of pH value, more about salts, and chemicals from common salts
  • Life processes: What are life processes? Nutrition, respiration, transportation, and excretion
  • Light: Reflection & refraction-a reflection of light, spherical mirrors, refraction of light, and focal length
  • Human eye & the colourful world: Human eye, defects of vision & their correction, refraction of light through a prism, dispersion of white light by a glass prism, atmospheric refraction, and scattering of light
  • Metals and nonmetals: Physical and chemical properties of metals, the reaction of metals & nonmetals, the occurrence of metals, and corrosion
  • Control and coordination: Animals-nervous system, coordination in plants, hormones, and animals
  • Electricity: Electric current & circuit, electric potential & potential difference circuit diagram, Ohm’s law, factors on which the resistance of a conductor depends, the resistance of a system of resistors, heating effect of electric current, and electric power
  • Magnetic effects of electric current: Magnetic field & magnetic lines, magnetic field current-carrying conductor, the force on a current-carrying conductor in a magnetic field, and electric motor
  • Magnetic effects of electric current: Electromagnetic induction, electric generator, and domestic electric circuit
  • Carbon and its compounds: Bonding in carbon-the covalent bond and versatile nature of carbon.
  • How do organisms reproduce: Modes of reproduction by a single organism, variation in offsprings and sexual reproduction.
  • Heredity and evolution: Accumulation of variation during reproduction, heredity, and evolution: speciation and classification
  • Periodic classification of elements: Attempts at a classification of elements, Mendeleev’s periodic table, and the modern periodic table
  • Sources of energy: Good source of energy, conventional source of energy, nonconventional source of energy, environmental consequences
  • Our environment (ecosystem): What are its components, food chains, and food webs? How do our activities affect the environment?
  • Management of natural resources: Need to manage our resources, water for all, coal & petroleum, an overview of natural resources management.

NISO Syllabus for Class 11

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 11 focus on all basics of physics, chemistry, and biology.

Physics

  • Physical world and measurement
  • Kinematics
  • Laws of motion, work, energy, and power
  • The motion of a system of particles and rigid body
  • Gravitation and properties of bulk matter
  • Thermodynamics
  • The behaviour of perfect gas and kinetic theory
  • Oscillations and waves

Chemistry

  • Some basic concepts of chemistry, the structure of the atom, classification of elements, periodicity in properties, chemical bonding, and molecular structure
  • States of matter: Gases & liquids
  • Thermodynamics (energetics), equilibrium, redox reactions, and hydrogen
  • s-block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals): group 1 & group 2 elements and some important compounds’ preparation & properties
  • General introduction to p-block elements: group 13 elements and group 14 elements
  • Organic chemistry: Some basic principles & techniques
  • Hydrocarbons and their classification

Biology

  • Environmental chemistry
  • Diversity in the living world
  • Structural organisation in animals and plants
  • Cell: Structure and function
  • Plant physiology
  • Human physiology

NISO Syllabus for Class 12

EduHeal Science Olympiad topics for Class 12 focus on all basics of physics, chemistry, and biology.

Physics

  • Electrostatics
  • Current electricity
  • Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
  • Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents
  • Electromagnetic waves
  • Optics and the dual nature of matter and radiation
  • Atoms and nuclei
  • Electronic devices
  • Communication systems

Chemistry

  • Solid-state, solutions, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, and surface chemistry: General principles and processes of isolation of elements
  • p-block elements: Group 15 elements, group 16 elements, group 17 elements, and group 18 elements
  • d and f block elements: Lanthanoids and actinoids
  • Coordination compounds: Haloalkanes & haloarenes, alcohols, phenols & ethers, aldehydes, ketones, and carboxylic acids
  • Organic compounds containing Nitrogen: Amines, cyanides, isocyanides, and diazonium salts
  • Biomolecules: Carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, and nucleic acids
  • Polymers

Biology

  • Sexual reproduction
  • Genetics and evolution
  • Biology and human welfare
  • Biotechnology and its applications
  • Ecology and environment

EduHeal NISO 2022 Results

NISO 2022 results will be available on the official website of the EduHeal Foundation. The EduHeal NISO 2022 result will be declared for all students nationwide.

The whole procedure of checking answer sheets and incorporating results takes 2-3 weeks from the last examination.

Frequently Asked Questions on NISO Exam 2022

What is the NISO Exam?

Eduheal Foundation conducts the National Interactive Science Olympiad (NISO), and it focuses on making students see the practical aspects and uses of science and research.

What are the awards for NISO?

Participation certificate will be provided to all participants.
Prizes of a total worth of 50 lakhs will be awarded to participating students, teachers, and principals by EHF.
Award of a total worth 100,000 will be awarded to the best-performing students in maths, science, G.K, and English.

What details do the NISO hall ticket consist of?

The National Interactive Science Olympiad hall ticket consists of the following details.
  • Student’s name
  • School name
  • Class
  • Exams attending
  • Dates of the exam
  • Enrollment number
  • Exam centre (for independent candidates. Students applying from the school can write the exam from the school)