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ODF Olympiad for Schools- Presentation Contest

ODF Olympiad for SchoolsODF Olympiad

Organised By:
Dept. of Management Studies, IIT Delhi and
Sun Microsystems

Key Dates:
Deadline for submitting the Presentations: November 15, 2008

For Whom:
School students upto class-12

What is ODF?
ODF stands for OpenDocument Format. ODF is a file format for electronic office documents such as spreadsheets, charts, presentations and wordprocessing documents.OpenDocument meets the definiion of Open Standard which means its freely available and implementable.

What is ODF Olympiad?
ODF olympiad is a National level Presentation contest for school students from class 5 to Class 12. This is a presentation contest with a difference- One has to create the presentation in ODF using OpenOffice or any other Free/Libre and Open Sourc, ODF compliant software. There are different topics for each categoy and they are as follows:

  • Up to Class V -Why should I learn Computers?
  • Class VI to VIII -Benefits of Open Source Software to my school
  • Class IX & X -Open Standards: Freedom from Digital Divide
  • Class XI & XII -Importance of Open Standards for good Governance


  • The participating student must prepare the presentation in ODF.
  • The presentation should not have more than total of 21 slides (including introduction and Thank you slides)
  • The presentation file size should not exceed 1MB

For more details on the Rules visit here.

Note: The above details is for Indian Students. More can be found here.

For Any clarifications contact: secretariat@odfolympiad.org

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