Business News | Unified Council Announces Online Olympiad Registration 2022-23 for Grades 1-12

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New Delhi [India], June 4 (ANI/PNN): Unified Council, one of the largest institutions of its kind in India, has announced the start of registration for its Olympiads for grades 1-12 for the academic year 2022-23 . Both domestic and international applicants can apply for the 2022-23 United Council Olympiad using the online registration link available on the official website. Parents can register their child for single or multiple Unified Council Olympiads at one time using the online registration portal.

The council schedules all Olympiads on dates from October to January, spaced out conveniently for applicants. Additionally, every NSTSE and UIMO candidate receives a FREE Success Series book, covering memory techniques, hands-on learning, methodology, mnemonics, concentration techniques, and more.

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Founded by Srinivas Kalluri, Unified Council, India’s first ISO 9001:2015 certified testing and assessment organization, is working in the education management space to bring about a shift in the academic mindset of students. It fosters the culture of focusing on fundamentals instead of just memorizing lessons. The Unified Council organizes major Olympiads including the National Level Science Talent Search Examination (NSTSE), Unified Cyber ​​Olympiad (UCO), Unified International English Olympiad (UIEO), and Unified International Olympiad of Mathematics (UIMO). The scientifically designed Unified Council Olympiads test a student’s problem-solving skills, mastery of fundamentals, understanding of concepts, and analytical abilities to give them an edge in the realm of contemporary competitive education.

In a statement, the Founder and CEO of the Unified Council, Srinivas Kalluri, highlighted the usefulness of the Unified Council Olympiads for the academic growth of students. “In today’s competitive world, school reports alone are not enough to judge your child’s academic potential and national standing. The United Council’s national and international level Olympiads help schools, teachers, students and parents to get an accurate picture of the level of academic skills of students in various subjects.It prepares students to strive for a better and deeper understanding of scientific knowledge, improving their reasoning skills, d “analysis and problem solving. As the registration process for the 2022-23 session has begun, we expect a higher level of student participation, eclipsing numbers from previous years.”

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There has been a shift towards fundamentals in the modern academic scenario. Once armed with the fundamentals, students can pass the competitions while opting for higher education. The Unified Council’s competency-based assessment tests provide information about each student’s strengths and weaknesses and help them improve their skills in the course.

Moreover, these Olympics aim to make our younger generation fundamentally more assertive and competitive. More than 11 million students from 30 countries have already participated in the Olympiads to realize their hidden potential and improve their academic abilities. The institution now expects more students to take part in its fundamental revolution with this year’s Olympiad.

Unified Council was honored by Times of India with Times Excellence Award for Best Olympiad. Unified Council is the winner of the Edu-Resources Star Rating Award from Education World. Unified Council is the winner of Asian Education’s Best Olympiad Award.

Visit www.unifiedcouncil.com for more details and to register.

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