Mathematical Olympiad 2020-21- National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) conducts Mathematical Olympiad at six stages Pre-RMO, RMO, INMO, IMO Traning, Pre-Departure camp and International Mathematical Olympiad. Students studying in class 8th to 12th and born on or after August 1, 2001 are eligible for Mathematical Olympiad 2020. Open school students can also apply for Mathematical Olympiad. The process will commence from registration for Pre- Regional Mathematical Olympiad in June 2020. Students need to register at all the stages separately after qualifying one. HBCSE is responsible for all the selection processes of the Indian Mathematical Olympiad after PRMO.
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Students should note that only eligible students will be allowed to apply for Mathematical Olympiad 2020. If the exam conducting authority finds any ineligible students, then he/she will be disqualified without any further information.
Pre-RMO 2020 Eligibility Criteria are given below:
The best-performing students from the RMO (around 900) qualify for the third stage – the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO).
The INMO will tentatively be held on the third Sunday of January at 28 centres across the country.
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Mathematics Teachers’ Association (India) will release the admit card of PRMO 2020 in August 2020. Students can either collect the same through the registered centres or can download it from the official website. It is mandatory to carry admit card to the exam hall on exam day. Without it, no candidate will be allowed to enter the exam hall.
Steps to Download PRMO Admit Card 2020 Online
MTA will release the answer key of PRMO a week after the exam in online mode. The answer key will contain the correct answers of all the questions asked in the exam. Candidates can calculate their probable score using the answer key. However, the official answer key will be available after a week but candidates can access the unofficial answer key on the same day, which is released by various renowned coaching institutes.
The result of PRMO 2020 will be declared online on mtaexam.com. Students who will attain the minimum cutoff marks, to be released with the result, will be eligible for Regional Mathematical Olympiad 2020. To check the result, students will need their roll number and date of birth. MTA will also release the merit list along with the Pre-RMO result 2020. Below are the steps to check the RMO result online
Steps to Check Online PRMO 2020 Result
Challenge and Thrill of Pre-College Mathematics and Problem Primer for the Olympiads are highly suggested books.
There are a total of 30 questions.
Top 300 students from Classes 8, 9, 10, 11 will be selected from each region. While, top 60 students from Class 12 from each regions will be selected for RMO (Regional Mathematics Olympiad).
The registration fee for KV students is Rs.125/-
Yes, NIO students are eligible for Mathematical Olympiad.
All KVs and JNV schools will be exam centres.
Approx. 900 top students will be selected for INMO.
RMO question paper will be descriptive in nature.
The Pre-Regional Mathematics Olympiads is the first stage of the Mathematical Olympiad Examination. The Mathematical Olympiad exam comprises of six stages - Pre-regional Mathematical Olympiad, Regional Mathematical Olympiad, IMO Training Camp, Indian National Mathematical Olympiad, Pre-departure Camp, and International Olympiad. Upon clearing the PRMO, candidates will be eligible to appear in the second stage (RMO) and so on.
The syllabus for PRMO mostly covers the pre-degree college mathematics. The syllabus covers topics from Class 9 and Class 10 levels. Some of the various topics covered in the PRMO Examination are as follows:
Arithmetic of integers
System of linear equations
Permutations and combination
Factorization of polynomial
Quadratic equations and expressions
Finite series and complex numbers
Elementary graph theory
Statistics and Calculus are not included and the main areas that the syllabus covers are algebra, geometry, number theory and combinatorics.
There's no prescribed syllabus for RMO, it mostly covers the Class 9th and Class 10th Mathematics.
Hope this helps you. We wish you the best for your future endeavours!
Ahmed, KV refers to Kendriya Vidyalaya and JNV refers to Jawahar Navoday Vidyalaya. KV and JNV students have a lesser application fees as compared to non KV or non JNV students for PRMO.
Also their state/ zone is not considered while declaring the results. Instead, the top 5% of KV/ JNV students from classes 8 to 11 and top 1% of students from class 12 are selected for RMO.
That is why in the school type column in the PRMO application form, the options are KV, JNV or others. Hope it helps.
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