iOEL


 

International Olympiad of English Language (iOEL)



Official Website : iOEL

The International Olympiad of English Language (iOEL), a test of competence and knowledge in English Language, is held annually at the national and international levels based on syllabus prescribed by CBSE/ICSE and the State Boards.

ESEL recommends the competition for each and every student who is studying English Language as their subject in the school.

A student between class 1st to 12th can participate in iOEL’11 through his/her school only. The language medium is English only. The examination is being conducted for all classes from 1st to 12th with the following details.

  • For Classes 1-2 : There will be 40 questions and the duration will be of 60 Minutes.
  • For Classes 3-12 : There will be 40 questions and the duration will be of 60 Minutes.*


Class 1
  • No of questions: 30
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Knowledge, Identification of Things/Objects of Daily Use L Identification of Characters, Identification of Monuments/Places, Answering General Questions, Correct Spelling and Knowledge of Sounds, Noun (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Pronoun (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Verb (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Singular/Plural, Gender, Use of a and An, Use of In, At, On, To, Sentence Formation, One Word Substitution, Words with Same and Opposite Meaning, Rhyming Words and Sentences, Functional English


Class 2

  • No of questions: 30
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Identification of Things/Objects of Daily Use L Identification of Characters, Identification of Monuments/Places, Answering General Questions, Correct Spelling and Knowledge of Sounds, Noun (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Pronoun (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Verb (Elementary Knowledge and Recognition), Singular/Plural, Gender, Use of a And An, Use Of In, At, On, To, Sentence Formation, One Word Substitution, Words with Same and Opposite Meaning, Rhyming Words and Sentences, Functional English


Class 3

  • No of questions: 40
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words and Sentences, Types of Sentence, Noun, Pronoun, Verb, Adjective, Preposition, Conjunction, Use of Possessive, Tense ( Elementary), Error Finding, One Word Substitution, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story and Paragraph Writing, Picture Composition, Functional English


Class 4

  • No of questions: 40
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words and Sentences, Types of Sentences, Parts of Speech, Use of Possessive, Tense, Error Finding, One Word Substitution, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story and Paragraph Writing, Picture Composition, Functional English


Class 5

  • No of questions: 40
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words and Sentences, Types of Sentences, Parts of Speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Modals, Direct and Indirect Speech, Subject Verb Agreement, Determiners, One Word Substitution, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story and Paragraph Writing, Picture Composition, Notice Writing, Letter Writing, Message Writing, Differentiating, Between Facts and Opinion, Functional English


Class 6

  • No of questions: 40
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct spelling, One word substitution, Jumbled words and sentences, Types of sentences, Parts of speech, Tense, Error finding, Voice, Modals, Determiners, Direct and indirect speech, Subject verb agreement, One word substitution, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story and Paragraph writing, Notice writing, Letter writing, Message writing, Differentiating between facts and opinion, Idioms and phrases, Functional English


Class 7

  • No of questions: 40
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct spelling, One word substitution, Jumbled words and sentences, Types of sentences, Parts of speech, Tense, Error finding, Voice, Modals, Determiners, Direct and indirect speech, Clauses, Subject verb agreement , One word substitution, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story and Paragraph writing, Notice writing, Letter writing, Message writing, Report writing, Differentiating between facts and opinion, Idioms and phrases, Functional English


Class 8

  • No of questions: 40
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words And Sentences, Types Of Sentences, Parts Of Speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Modals, Determiners, Direct And Indirect Speech, Clauses, Subject Verb Agreement , Sentence Completion, Homonyms, One Word Substitution, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story And Paragraph Writing, Notice Writing, Letter Writing, Message Writing, Report Writing, Differentiating Between Facts And Opinion, Idioms And Phrases, Functional English


Class 9

  • No of questions: 40
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words And Sentences, Types Of Sentences, Parts Of Speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Modals, Determiners, Direct And Indirect Speech, Clauses, Subject Verb Agreement , Non Finites, Sentence Completion, Homonyms, One Word Substitution, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story And Paragraph Writing, Notice Writing, Letter Writing, Message Writing, Report Writing, Differentiating Between Facts And Opinion, Idioms And Phrases, Functional English


Class 10

  • No of questions: 40
  • Time allowed : 60 minutes


    Syllabus
    • Comprehension, Classification, Analogy, Correct Spelling, One Word Substitution, Jumbled Words And Sentences, Types Of Sentences, Parts Of Speech, Tense, Error Finding, Voice, Modals, Determiners, Direct And Indirect Speech, Clauses, Subject Verb Agreement , Non Finites, Sentence Completion, Homonyms, One Word Substitution, Antonyms/Synonyms, Story And Paragraph Writing, Notice Writing, Letter Writing, Message Writing, Report Writing, Differentiating Between Facts And Opinion, Idioms And Phrases, Functional English