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In last 5 year, lot of our correspondence course students have qualified RMO.
RMO 2011 question paper was also leaked before the exam. In 2010 also paper was leaked. Poor management again.
All school students of Class XI and Class XII are eligible to appear for RMO.Coordinators may on their discretion admit exceptionally brilliant students of lower classes(9th, 10th) also
RMO-2010 questions were posted on the website (on 3rd of Dec 2010)prior to the RMO examination on 5th December, 2010. The cut-off for selection to the INMO is being adjusted in this context to ensure that deserving students are not affected.
egional Mathematical Olympiad is conducted by HBCSE. Students who qualifies RMO, appears in Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO).
CBSE organises CBSE Group Mathematcal Olympiad in which students from class 9th to class 12th can participate. The Successfulo students also appears in INMO. For more Information: Click Here
- For the purpose of RMO, 23 regions over the whole country have been identified, and each assigned a
- Regional Coordinator. Additonally, three groups (CBSE, NVS and KVS) also have a 'Regional Coordinator' each.
All school students of Class XI and Class XII are eligible to appear for RMO. The Regional
Coordinators may on their discretion admit exceptionally brilliant students of lower classes also.
RMO is a 3-hour written test containing about 6 to 7 problems. On the basis of RMO, a certain number from
each region is selected to appear for the Stage 2 examination.
Procedure to appear in RMO: Contact RMO regional Co ordinators for details.
First student appears in RMO, then the selected student appears in INMO (Indian National Mathematics Olympiad).
1. Problem Primer for the Olympiads
C.R. Pranesachar, B.J. Venkatachala and C.S. Yogananda (Prism Books Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, 2008)
2. Challenge and Thrill of Pre-College mathematics
V. Krishnamurthy, C.R. Pranesachar, K.N. Ranganathan and B.J. Venkatachala (New Age International Publishers, New Delhi - 2007).
3. An Excursion in Mathematics
Editors: M. R. Modak, S.A. Katre and V.V. Acharya (Bhaskaracharya Pratishthana, Pune, 2008).
4. Problem Solving Strategies
Arthur Engel (Springer-Verlag, Germany, 1999).
5. Functional Equations
B.J. Venkatachala (Prism Books Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, 2008).
6. Mathematical Circles: Russian Experience
Fomin and others (University Press, Hyderabad, 2008).