15 January 2019
INMO 2019 (Indian National Mathematical Olympiad) is the 2nd step of the ladder to qualify for International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO). Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) will be held on 20 January 2019. INMO 2018, The Indian National Mathematical Olympiad is a Maths Olympiad in which students who have qualified RMO from their respective regions are eligible to participate. It is a pen and paper-based test.
|Stage 1: PRMO Exam date||19 August, 23 Sep for Kerala|
|Stage 2: RMO Exam Date||8 October 2018|
|RMO Result||7 December 2018|
|INMO Last Date to register||15 January 2019|
|INMO admit Card||16 January 2019|
|Stage 3: INMO Date||20 January 2019|
|Last Date for Submission of Re-evaluation request||February 2019|
There is no direct application procedure for INMO. Students, in order to participate in INMO, have to take & qualify RMO, conducted at regional levels across the country.
It will be available from 16 January 2019 and the students can download the admit card online. The INMO admit card will not be sent by post and without the admit card the candidate will not be allowed to appear in the exam. Along with the INMO admit card the students also have to carry the school photo id card.
The final list of 30 top students plus the next 5 girl students will be sent by each regional coordinator to HBCSE. The link to apply for INMO is given here for the candidates who have appeared and qualified in RMO.
Click Here to Apply for INMO
|Class/ Age||Class 8, 9, 10 and 11|
Courses like engineering are eligible for a Novel Nurture Programme of NBHM.
INMO performance cards will be dispatched to all the INMO participants in the month of March 2018 by speed post. The students can apply for re-evaluation of answer script & marks by sending a Demand Draft of Rs. 500 along with the Performance Card and it should reach the INMO office.
Selection procedure for INMO is based on merit and students are selected on the basis of marks obtained in the Olympiad.
Areas of mathematics that are covered under the syllabus of INMO are
Questions of Algebra, Combinatorics, Geometry and Number theory are asked preferably in RMO, INMO, and IMO, with the ascending difficulty level.
The Indian National Maths Olympiad (INMO) is one of the most prestigious examinations at the college level. The problems asked in INMO are quite challenging. The students can guesstimate the difficulty level of the exam as they are expected to solve only about 6 problems over a period of 4 hours. But the students need not worry as we have a list of some reference books for the preparation of International Maths Olympiad (INMO), which will help you provide the good insight of the concepts and clear your doubts in every concept.
The first book in the list is "Mathematical Circles by Dimitri Fomin". This is an essential book for the beginners as it gives a very good insight into some concepts. This is a beautiful book to begin your Olympiad Journey. Even if you have a fair bit of knowledge, it is recommended that you read this book.
The second book in the list is very famous among the students preparing for INMO which is "An Excursion in Mathematics." It is a comprehensive book for the Olympiads. This book has all the content that you will require. All INMO qualifiers receive this book as an award.
The third and the last book in the list is "Problem-Solving Strategies by Arthur Engel." This is a great book for the advanced reader. This book aims at giving an insight into techniques used to solve the problem. Every chapter is dedicated to one specific technique and contains some problems directly from the International Maths Olympiad. This book is a boon to the students preparing for INMO.
Application Details for RMO for Various Regions
Earlier the RMO was divided into regions as we can see in the table but now there is a national level Pre RMO Exam and then RMO Exam. The result is declared region wise but there is a single window for the application.
Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education,
Near Anushaktinagar Bus Depot, V. N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd, Mumbai – 400 088
Member Secretary, National Board for Higher Mathematics, Department of Atomic Energy, Anushakti Bhavan, CSM Marg, Mumbai – 400 001
Fax: (022) 2507 2207
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