Aryabhatta InterSchool Mathematics Competition is a prestigious competition conducted by the Summer Fields School, Kailash Colony, and New Delhi. The students from Grade. 5th, 8th and 11th can participate in this examination. The main aim of this examination is to explore budding mathematicians and motivate them to hone their skills. Aryabhatta receives a tremendous response from sister schools in Delhi.
JSTSE 2017
Important facts
One of the premier goals of the Aryabhatta examination is to inculcate a positive and scientific approach towards Mathematics. Also, it motivates young individuals to pursue their problemsolving abilities. Aryabhatta aims at polishing and strengthening the analytical skills of these young minds.
The exam receives participation from over 140 imminent schools from Delhi, NCR and Mumbai. Also, a total of 3200 students participated in this prestigious examination for the year 2017.
As per the update, the 35th Aryabhatta InterSchool Mathematics Competition for Grade 5, 7 and 11 would be held on the 27th of January 2018 (Saturday). The registration for the same will open up from 15th of September 2017. The official notification is expected to be out soon.
Important dates for Aryabhatta
The important dates regarding the exam
Dates  Events 
Registration opens  15th of September 2017 
Submission of Entry Forms and Roll no. forms  Mid January 2017 
Exam Date  27th of January 2018 (Saturday) 
Results  First Week of February 
Aryabhatta Syllabus
The syllabus for the Aryabhatta Examination will depend largely on your Grade i.e. 5th Std. 8th Std. and 11th Std. Here we present you with the detailed syllabus for all the three levels.
Class 5
Section 1:
 Four Fundamental Operations of Mathematics
 Roman Numbers
 L.C.M and H.C.F
 Decimals and Fractions
 Metric System
 Percentages
 Time Conversions
 Lines and Angles
 Averages
 Speed, Distance and Time
Section 2:
 Polygons
 Circles
 Triangles
 Area of Squares and Rectangles
 Volume of Cubes and Cuboids
 Perimeter of Linear Figures
The duration of the test will be 2 hours with the maximum marks of 100.
Class 8
 Percentage, Profit and loss, S.I, C.I, Ratio & Proportion, Time & Work, Unitary method, Direct and inverse variation.
 Area and Perimeter of all three sided, four sided plain figures and Circle; Area and volume of Cube, Cuboid, Right Circular Cylinder, Right Circular Cone and Sphere, Hemisphere, Combination and Conversion of solids.
 Number systems: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division of numbers, fractions, Rational Numbers, Irrational Numbers, Square and Square Root, Cube and Cube Root
 Algebra: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division of algebraic expressions (including quotient from) Simplification of brackets. Solution of linear equation in one variable and pair of simultaneous linear equation in two variables and problems based on it
 Factorization: Factorization of algebraic expression using special products and factorization of quadratic polynomials, Cubic Polynomials.
 Geometry: Congruency and Similarity of Triangles, Pair of angles, Parallel lines, Triangles, Quadrilateral, Types of Quadrilaterals and related properties and Circles.
 Statistics: Frequency distribution and cumulative frequency distribution table, range and class marks; mean, median and mode of ungrouped data.
The duration of the test will be 2 hours with the maximum marks of 100.
Class 11
 Sets
 Relations and Functions
 Trigonometric Functions
 Complex Numbers
 Linear Inequalities
 Permutations and Combinations
 Binomial Theorem
 Sequences and Series: Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression, Special Series
 Straight Lines
 Conic Sections: Circles, parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola
 Limits and Derivatives
 Probability
The duration of the test will be 2 hours with the maximum marks of 100.
Note:
 Questions in Part A would be based on topics covered till Std. 10th.
 Part B and Part C would house questions from the above mentioned topics.
Aryabhatta Exam Paper Pattern
Class 8
Logical Reasoning (MCQs)  10 Questions of 1 mark each 
Multiple Choice Questions  20 Questions of 1 mark each 
Free Response Questions (Type I)  20 Questions of 2 marks each 
Free Response Questions (Type II)  10 Questions of 3 mark each 
Class 11
Mathematical Aptitude (MCQ)  30 Questions of 1 mark each 
Free Response Questions (Type I)  20 Questions of 2 marks each 
Free Response Questions (Type II)  10 Questions of 3 mark each 
No descriptive answers/working is required. Answers are to be written in the space provided.
Aryabhatta Test Centres
Sr.no.  Name  Address  Contact Details  Zones 
1  K.R. Mangalam World School, Grater Noida  Pocket P5, Builder Area, (Near AWHO Apt.) Greater NOIDA, U.P. – 201301  8750793999  Noida 
2  K.R. Mangalam World School, Gurgaon  E Block, South City,Gurgaon, Haryana– 122003  9540062727, 9540052727  Gurugam/Gurgoan 
3  K.R. Mangalam World School, Vikaspuri  HBlock, Behind PVR Sonia Complex, Vikaspuri, New Delhi – 110018  01128541440, 28541110  North Delhi/ West Delhi 
4  Summer Fields School, Kailash Colony  Kailash Colony, New Delhi – 110048  01129242946, 29234991  Central Delhi East Delhi Faridabad Ghaziabad Not from Delhi/NCR South Delhi 
How to crack Aryabhatta?

Know what you have to study
So, there is a prescribed syllabus which should help you to take off your preparation. You are expected to stick to the syllabus since majority of the questions would revolve around the same.

Identify Your Key Strengths and Weaknesses
Once you have gone through your syllabus, you will come across topics which you find are easy or difficult as per your level of preparation. Thus, you are expected to work on the topics which you find difficult and make them easy. Further strengthen your easy topics, because, these are the topics which will fetch you marks in the final exam.

Work Hard
We know that success in Mathematics is an amalgamation of intellect and hard work. Thus, knowing a certain topic will improve your intellect/knowledge but to really hone your skills, you need to work harder.

Give Mocks
As you gradually move towards the exam day, you need to have a strategy to crack the exam. This would come only after experiencing the exam atmosphere beforehand. Thus giving at least a few mocks becomes important. Also, since it is a time based examination, you need to optimize your speed as well.

Don’t Stress
Understand that you should learn to deal with stress. To crack any examination, calmness is the key. You should try to reduce your tension, anxiety etc. since they are of no help. So, Keep Calm and Crack Aryabhatta.
Aryabhatta Previous Year Question Papers
Here we present to you a wide range of previous year’s papers which will help you in your preparation.
Class 5  Class 8 
Aryabhatta 2016  Aryabhatta 2016 
Aryabhatta 2015  Aryabhatta 2015 
Aryabhatta 2014  Aryabhatta 2014 
Aryabhatta 2013  Aryabhatta 2013 
Aryabhatta 2012  Aryabhatta 2012 