The National Economics Olympiad 2020 is announced by The Economics Society, SRCC. The Olympiad is for the school students of Classes 11th & 12th. First, it is an initiative to allow school students to look beyond their curriculum. Secondly to discover the “Discover the Economist” in themselves.
Registration Fee: The registration fee is ₹199.
Last date for registration and payment: 30th October 2020.
Procedure for Individual Registration:
- Click here to register.
- Login to D2C (Dare2Compete) using your Google, Facebook, or LinkedIn account. Students can also create a new account.
- Firstly, enter your personal credentials. Secondly, Students will have to enter their school’s name in the organization field.
- Click on ‘Submit’.
- Click on ‘Proceed to Payment’ and make the payment of the registration fees.
- In addition submit the additional details like City, State, Country, and Referral Code (if any) after the payment. The form asking for these details might take a few seconds after the payment is complete to load up. However, do not miss this step after the payment.
- After making the payment, the student will get a payment confirmation on the e-mail provided.
- Finally, students can access the Sample Question Booklet on their Dare2Compete dashboard on the NEO page.
Note: The Olympiad shall be conducted on SpeedExam.net. However, the login credentials and other instructions shall be shared over e-mail a few days before the examination.
The Olympiad will consist of four sections as follows:
- Application of Economic concepts.
- Logical Reasoning
- Case Study/Problem Solving
- Data Interpretation
However, all sections shall carry equal weightage.
Reward or Prize: –
- Cumulative Cash Prizes of ₹40,000+ & Certificate of Excellence for winners
- Certificate of Merit to all finalists
- Certificate of Participation to all participants
Finally, interested Students, Parents, and Guardians are to read and understand the requirements.
Click here to visit The Economics Society, SRCC website.
Click here the read the National Economics Olympiad 2020.
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