How does a student benefit by taking OGO assessments?

  • Students are ranked on the basis of marks, percentage, ranks and percentile achieved. The comparative analysis determines the learning levels of students and helps them achieve higher learning goals. It also provides an objective, in-depth assessment of student’s skills in key learning areas that are essential for success at school, work and in life. It empowers students and helps in building self-confidence and motivates them to excel.
  • Students are suitably awarded based on their National, State and School ranking. Prizes are announced annually and include cash awards, medals, gifts, certificates etc. The National toppers from each grade are awarded at a grand prize distribution ceremony held in Delhi, presided over by an eminent personality. Prizes for school toppers are sent to their respective schools.

Who all are eligible to sit for the OGO?

  • OGO is conducted for Grades 1 to 10 in subjects Mathematics, Science & English and for Grades 3 to 10 in Hindi
  • OGO is a two level examination, i.e. School Level Examination (SLE) at school level and National Level Examination (NLE) at national level.
  • Student scoring 75% and above in the SLE will qualify for the NLE.

I am interested to take part in the OGO. Tell me how will I come to know about the details of the assessment?

  • Registration is now open for OGO 2016-17. We have sent all the relevant information to the schools which has registered with. In case any school is not registered with us then please tell your class teacher about OGO and ask her to register your school with OGO.

I and few of my friends are interested to take part in the OGO but our school has not yet received any information regarding the same. What can we do?

  • Please mail us your name, class and complete address of your school along with name and contact details of the principal. We will send complete information and registration process to your school so that your Principal / coordinator can register your school with us and after that you will be able to participate in OGO.

What is the syllabus for the OGO?

  • The syllabus of the OGO assessments is based on the National Curriculum Framework (NCF).

Are there any special books which the participants should refer to for the preparation?

In general, NCERT books/course books prescribed by the CBSE/ICSE/STATE BOARDS may be referred to for the preparation. We also have following books/materials for OGO preparation:

  • OGO Assessment Books–English, Mathematics and Science (For Class 1 to 10); Hindi (for Grade 3 to 10)
  • OGO Assessment Guides-English, Cyber, Mathematics and Science (For Class 1 to 10); Hindi (for Grade 3 to 10)

My school does not want to register for the OGO, but I am very eager to write the assessment. Can I do it on my own?

  • The registrations are open through schools only, a student can participate through his/her schools only.

I have already appeared for the OGO while I was in a lower class? Can I appear again?

  • Yes, you can participate for the grade which you are currently studying and you can also eligible for the certificate/s and could also win the prizes.

My school has already dispatched the registration form. I am left out and I want to register myself for the OGO. What should I do?

  • Please contact your school coordinator immediately and request to send your relevant details along with fee to us. We will accept it if it reaches us before 30 days of the assessment date.

I am going to write the OGO for the first time. Can I get sample papers?

  • Sample/practice papers are available on website, please visit and keep practicing.

What is the structure and pattern of the OGO Assessment?

For details please click following link.

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Astronomy
  • Cyber

When are the results of OGO declared?

  • Results of OGO will be declared within 40 days of the assessments. The hard copy of the results will be sent to the schools for onward distribution to the students. The results can also be viewed on our website.

Can I take part in more than one OGO assessment?

  • Yes, the dates and timing of the OGO assessments are different for the each subject so that you can participate in all the five subjects i.e. Mathematics, Science, English, Hindi and Astronomy

Do I have to regularly visit your website for the latest update of OGO activities?

  • We recommend you to visit regularly at Orange Education website for practice with updated questions and you can also get the information regarding events etc.

I have cleared National level of the OGO and I have come to know that I am eligible for an award. I am studying in a different school / passed out from school and pursuing further studies. Will I come to know about the date?

  • Whenever we finalise the date and venue of the award ceremony, will let you know as well as the school authorities. You can also visit the website to know more about the latest updates and events.

I have still not received my Roll No. / Admit Card / Participation Certificate. I have checked from my school authorities and they are also not in receipt of the same. Kindly advise what to do?

  • Your request should be come to us through your school coordinator, once we receive the request will short it out in the best possible way

We have come to know about OGO and we are interested. How do we enroll our school with you?

  • Please visit the website and just fill the form given under ‘Contact Us’ menu, we will contact you and provide all the necessary assistance to take participation in OGO.

Are the OGO conducted in English only?

  • The medium of the all subject assessments are English except for Hindi assessment.o visit the website to know more about the latest updates and events.

We have less than 10 students in our school who are interested to take part in OGO. Can we still enroll for the assessment?

  • For the school report’s point of view there is no meaning of assessment for less than 10 students. We recommend enrollment of at least 10 students from a grade