INAO 2020 Exam Pattern
Question 1) What are the INAO 2021 Exam Dates?
Answer) There is no such date that has been announced yet but the exam of the INO 2021 will commence from the month of February. The estimated dates are as follows:
Last date to register for INO exam
January 2nd week
February 1st Week
Solutions to INO question papers
Few days after the exam
Last date to receive comments on the solutions
February 2nd Week
Frozen solutions and INO scores
February 3rd Week
Last date to receive the requests for re-evaluation
February 4th Week
Final scores, certificates, and OCSC lists
March 1st week
Question 2) What is HBCSE Science Olympiad 2019-2020?
Answer) The science olympiad is a 5-stage selection process for shortlisting the Indian team for representation at the International Olympiads in Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Junior Science, and Physics. The very first stage is NSE (National Standard Examination), and the 2nd stage, is INO (Indian National Olympiad). The students who qualify stage 1 have to register online for the 2nd stage on the official HBCSE site. The selection procedure consists of the following 5 stages: NSE, INO, Orientation-cum-Selection camp (OCSC), pre-departure camp, and International Olympiad.
Question 3) How to Check Indian National Astronomy Olympiad Result?
Answer) The result is published online. The students can access their INAO results on the HBCSE website. The candidates need to enter their roll number, username, and date of birth as a password in order to view the score. Candidates can also check the average of the top ten marks, MI, and MAS for each subject online.
Question 4) What are the Five Stages in Astronomy Olympiad?
Answer) The astronomy Olympiad program follows the following 5 stages:
Stage I: National Standard Examination in Astronomy (NSEA).
Stage II: Indian National Astronomy Olympiad (INAO),
Stage III: Orientation cum Selection Camp (that is OCSC) in astronomy,
Stage IV: Pre-departure Training Camp ( that is PDT) for IOAA,
Stage V: International Olympiad in Astronomy and Astrophysics (that is IOAA).