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SJAO -  Shine Junior Aryabhatta Olympiad

Aryabhata: He was an Indian Mathematician and Astronomer. Born during the reign of Gupta dynasty, in Kusumapura, Patliputra, he is most famously known for the invention of the number zero. His most notable works include the Aryabhatiya and Arya Siddhanta, which completely revolutionized the fields of Mathematics and astronomy.

Aryabhatta became immortal for his contribution to mathematics when we invented 'zero'. We have named Shine Junior Aryabhatta after the great Indian mathematician and astronomer to encourage little champs to study mathematics and play with numbers.

Mathematics is often a dreaded subject at school. SJAO is designed to help children become friends with the subject and master it with ease right in their formative years.

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Syllabus & Marking scheme

Mathematics

Syllabus

Fun With Numbers, Addition and Subtraction, Measurement Length, Weight, Time, and Calendar, Money, Geometrical Skills, Challenge is fun for me, Logical Thinking


Marking scheme
Section Number of Questions
Mathematical Thinking and Application 15
Logical Thinking 5
Achiever's Section 5
  • The Olympiad exam will have a total of 25 questions as per the table above.
  • 1 Mark shall be given for every correct answer.
  • There shall be no Negative marking.
  • Students shall be given 60 minutes to complete the test.
  • Percentile Ranks shall be given to all students.
  • Toppers shall be decided from the top percentile ranks on the basis of raw scores and time taken by the student to complete the exam.

Sample Questions

Q.1 A class room has 20 chairs for children. There are 20 children in that classroom. How many chairs will remain unoccupied ?
  • a. 2
  • b. 1
  • c. 3
  • d. 0
Q.2 Pulkit wants to buy an eraser which costs ₹ 3. He gives ₹ 50 to the shopkeeper. How much money should the shopkeeper return him ?
  • a. ₹ 40
  • b. ₹ 45
  • c. ₹ 37
  • d. ₹ 47
Q.3 Which one of the following is correct?
  • a. 39 > 37
  • b. 32 < 12
  • c. 98 > 99
  • d. 74 < 73
Q.4 The shape of the board is ___________.
  • a. oval shape
  • b. rectangular
  • c. star shape
  • d. diamond shape
Q.5 The chalk used by teachers to write on the board is shaped like a _____________.
  • a. square
  • b. rectangular
  • c. cylinder
  • d. cone
Q.6 A new chalk piece appears _________ from its writing surface.
  • a. square
  • b. rectangular
  • c. hexagonal
  • d. circular

Mathematics

Syllabus

Fun With Numbers, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division, Measurement (Length, Weight, Money, Calendar, Time, and Temperature), Geometrical Shapes, Logical Thinking


Marking scheme
Section Number of Questions
Mathematical Thinking and Application 15
Logical Thinking 5
Achiever's Section 5
  • The Olympiad exam will have a total of 25 questions as per the table above.
  • 1 Mark shall be given for every correct answer.
  • There shall be no Negative marking.
  • Students shall be given 60 minutes to complete the test.
  • Percentile Ranks shall be given to all students.
  • Toppers shall be decided from the top percentile ranks on the basis of raw scores and time taken by the student to complete the exam.

Sample Questions

Q.1 Study the numbers given below and choose the largest three digit number. 1090; 989; 999; 979.
  • a. 1090
  • b. 989
  • c. 999
  • d. 979
Q.2 If the number series is 102; 112; 122, then the next number in the series should be _______ ?
  • a. 202
  • b. 120
  • c. 132
  • d. 123
Q.3 Two days earlier it was Tuesday. Two days later it will be _____.
  • a. Wednesday
  • b. Thursday
  • c. Friday
  • d. Saturday
Q.4 The month of January has ____ days.
  • a. 28
  • b. 29
  • c. 30
  • d. 31
Q.5 Which one of the following will be the hottest ?
  • a. ice
  • b. boiling water
  • c. water kept on the table
  • d. water kept in the refrigerator
Q.6 If you want to make the water cold then you should.
  • a. keep it in the refrigerator.
  • b. add ice to it.
  • c. add colder water to it.
  • d. all of these.

Mathematics

Syllabus

Numbers; Addition; Subtraction; Multiplication; Division; Fractions; Money; Metric Measures; Time; Geometry; Pictographs; Logical Thinking


Marking scheme
Section Number of Questions
Mathematical Thinking and Application 20
Logical Thinking 10
Achiever’s Section 5
  • The Olympiad exam will have a total of 35 questions as per the table above.
  • 1 Mark shall be given for every correct answer.
  • There shall be no Negative marking.
  • Students shall be given 60 minutes to complete the test.
  • Percentile Ranks shall be given to all students.
  • Toppers shall be decided from the top percentile ranks on the basis of raw scores and time taken by the student to complete the exam.

Sample Questions

Q.1 Simplify: 765+65+70-45-35.
  • a. 820
  • b. 870
  • c. 780
  • d. 990
Q.2 Division of two digit smallest number by smallest even number is?
  • a. 10
  • b. 5
  • c. 20
  • d. 40-
Q.3 The expanded form of the number 55432 is:
  • a. 50000+5400+432
  • b. 50000+5000+400+30+2
  • c. 50000+5000+4000+32
  • d. 8+7+6+0+5
Q.4 How many metres are there in 5 km 60 m ?
  • a. 5600 m
  • b. 5800 m
  • c. 5060 m
  • d. 5900 m
Q.5 Total rotation of second hand of a watch in 30 minutes is:
  • a. 30
  • b. 40
  • c. 20
  • d. 17
Q.6 What is the difference between the face and place value of 5 in the number, 45632?
  • a. 4995
  • b. 4985
  • c. 4975
  • d. 4945

Mathematics

Syllabus

Numbers; The Four Operations; Multiples And Factors; HCF And LCM; Fractions; Decimals; Metric Measures; Time; Money, Profit And Loss; Geometry; Perimeter And Area; Bar Graphs; Logical Thinking


Marking scheme
Section Number of Questions
Mathematical Thinking and Application 20
Logical Thinking 10
Achiever’s Section 5
  • The Olympiad exam will have a total of 35 questions as per the table above.
  • 1 Mark shall be given for every correct answer.
  • There shall be no Negative marking.
  • Students shall be given 60 minutes to complete the test.
  • Percentile Ranks shall be given to all students.
  • Toppers shall be decided from the top percentile ranks on the basis of raw scores and time taken by the student to complete the exam.

Sample Questions

Q.1 The product of place values of two ‘9’s in 89091 is ___________.
  • a. 81
  • b. 81,000
  • c. 8,10,000
  • d. None of these
Q.2 Find the greatest number that divides 57 and 67 leaving 7 as remainder.
  • a. 3000
  • b. 10
  • c. 665
  • d. 50
Q.3 Which one of the following Roman Numerals is correct for 985?
  • a. MCLXXXV
  • b. CMLXXVX
  • c. CMLXXXV
  • d. MLCXXXV
Q.4 Which number is a common factor of 42 and 70?
  • a. 14
  • b. 10
  • c. 21
  • d. 8
Q.5 Raghu is 21 years old and Kavita is 22 years old. Write the sum of their ages in Roman systems.
  • a. XXXIII
  • b. XLIII
  • c. LIII
  • d. XLCIII
Q.6 Which one of the following numbers should be added to 563876 such that the sum becomes twice of 986456?
  • a. 1409063
  • b. 1409036
  • c. 1049036
  • d. 1400936

Mathematics

Syllabus

Mathematical Thinking: Number System, LCM and HCF of Numbers, Average, Simplification, Percentage and its applications, Profit and Loss, Perimeter, Area and Volume, Data Interpretation; Application Mathematics: Unitary method, Fraction, Applications of Number in Measurement, Ratio, Speed Time and Distance; Logical Thinking: Verbal Thinking, Non Verbal Thinking


Marking scheme
Section Number of Questions
Mathematical Thinking 20
Application Mathematics 10
Logical Thinking 15
Achiever’s Section 5
  • The Olympiad exam will have a total of 50 questions as per the table above.
  • 1 Mark shall be given for every correct answer.
  • There shall be no Negative marking.
  • Students shall be given 60 minutes to complete the test.
  • Percentile Ranks shall be given to all students.
  • Toppers shall be decided from the top percentile ranks on the basis of raw scores and time taken by the student to complete the exam.

Sample Questions

Q.1 Which one is the smallest number?
  • a. 7413
  • b. 7130
  • c. 7985
  • d. 7545
Q.2 What is the product of 9680 × 10 × 14 × 0 × 8 ?
  • a. 561260
  • b. 642976
  • c. 912040
  • d. Zero
Q.3 The sum of the squares of 3 consecutive positive numbers is 365. The sum of the numbers is:
  • a. 30
  • b. 33
  • c. 36
  • d. 45
Q.4 The difference between the smallest number of six-digits and the largest number of four-digits
  • a. 90001
  • b. 91000
  • c. 90100
  • d. 90010
Q.5 A shopkeeper takes Rs. 10 for every bottle of coke or 240 for every carat of 30 bottles. If Vandana wants to buy 185 bottle of coke, what amount she will have to pay?
  • a. 1480
  • b. 1490
  • c. 1600
  • d. 1850
Q.6 A man do a work in 12 days working 8 h per day. If he does 6 h per day, what would be the number of days taken by him?
  • a. 12 days
  • b. 14 days
  • c. 16 days
  • d. 18 days

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Shine Junior Aryabhatta Olympiad (SJAO) is an examination curated with advanced level mathematics to work on a student's current potential. It is designed keeping in mind various state boards as well as ICSE and CBSE Board. Ample mock tests are also provided to completely prepare students for taking the SMO.

Shine Junior Aryabhatta Olympiad is curated to be age/class agnostic, adhering strictly to the designated syllabus for each class. To prepare for Shine Junior Aryabhatta Olympiad, students can revise directly from their books and then practice using the free mock tests provided and gauge their preparation using the analysis report given after every mock test.

Shine Junior Aryabhatta Olympiad (SJAO) Exam is to encourage competitive preparation in students. This will enable them to sharpen their logical and problem solving skills.