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RMO - The Mathematical Olympiad Programme in India, which leads to participation of Indian students in the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is organized by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE) on behalf of the National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India. This programme is one of the major initiatives undertaken by the NBHM. Its main purpose is to spot mathematical talent among pre-university students in the country.



  • Stage I: Regional Mathematical Olympiad) (RMO and pre-RMO,
  • Stage II: Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO),
  • Stage III: International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC),
  • Stage IV: Pre-departure Training Camp (PDT) for IMO,
  • Stage V: Participation in International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).



Students from Class IX, X, XI and XII are eligible to appear for the RMO. Highly motivated and well prepared students from Class VIII may also take the RMO at the discretion of the Regional Coordinator.

Qualification and Eligibility Criteria for the Second Stage

The RMO is a 3-hour written test with 6 or 7 problems. On the basis of the performance in RMO, a certain number of students from each region is selected for Stage 2 (INMO). 

Mathematical Olympiad

The Maths Olympiad Programme which leads to participation in the IMO- International Mathematical Olympiad,constitutes of the following stages: 

Stage 1: Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO)

Regional Mathematical Olympiad is held in each region normally between September and the first Sunday of December each year. A regional coordinator makes sure that at least one centre is provided in every district of the region. RMO is a 3-hour written test which contains about 6 to 7 problems. All high-school students up to class XII are eligible to appear for RMO. To appear for RMO, interested students should get in touch with the RMO co-ordinator of their region well in advance, for enrolment and payment of a nominal fee.

Each regional coordinator has the freedom to prepare his/her own question paper or to obtain the question paper from NBHM. The regions which opt for the NBHM question paper hold this contest on the 1st Sunday of December. On Based on theirperformance in RMO, certain number of students from each region are selected to appear for the second stage. The regional coordinators charge nominal fees to meet the expenses for organizing the contests. 

Stage 2: Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO)

Indian National Mathematical Olympiad is held on the first Sunday of February every year at differentcentres in different regions. Just the students who are selected on the basis of RMO from various regions are eligible to appear for the INMO. It is a 4-hour written test. Its question paper is set centrally and the test is common throughout the country. Only the top 30-35 performers in INMO receive a merit certificate. 

Stage 3: International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC)

This is a training level for the INMO certificate awardees. They are invited for a month long training camp (for junior batch) conducted in May-June, each year. Also in addition, INMO awardees of the previous year who have satisfactorily completed the postal tuition throughout the year are again invited for a second round of training (called the senior batch). 

Stage 4: International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO)

A leader and deputy leader are chosen by the NBHM from among mathematics teachers/researchers involved in the Mathematics Olympiad activity.So the team selected at the end of the camp, the leader and the deputy leader, represent India at the International Mathematical Olympiad that is normally held in July in a different member country of IMO each year. The IMO consists of two written tests held on two days with a gap of at least one day. Both the tests are of four-and-a-half-hours.

India has 25 regions along with three independent groups that conduct Regional Math Olympiad. Each region has its own Regional Coordinator, who is responsible for conducting RMO in his/her region.

They are:


Name and Address of the Regional Coordinator

1. Assam

    Department of Mathematics, Gauhati University, Gopinath Bordoloi Nagar, Guwahati -781 014 Assam

    2. Chattisgarh

      Head, Department of (Mathematics), Govt. P.G. College, Dhamtari, Chattisgarh 493773

      3. Coastal AP & Rayalaseema

        Head, PG Department of Mathematics, Maris Stella College, Vijayawada 520 008

        4. Delhi

          Dept of Mathematics, IIT, Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016

          5. Gujarat

            Abhijat Vidyavihar, Vishwabharti Shikshan Sankool, Vir Savarkar Chowk, Gurukul Road, Memnagar, Ahmedabad – 380 052.

            6. Jammu

              Professor & Head, Department of Mathematics, University of Jammu, Jammu - 180 006

              7. Jharkhand

                Kali Mandir Lane, Sukhdeo Nagar – Ratu Road, P. O. Hehal, Ranchi – 834 005

                Principal,Guru Nanak Higher Secondary School, Pee-Pee Compound, Ranchi - 834 001 Jharkhand

                8. Karnataka

                  Statistics & Mathematics Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore 560 059

                  9. Kashmir

                    Department of Mathematics, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, Hazratbal 190 006

                    10. Kerala

                      Professor and Head (Regional Coordinator INMO), Dept of Mathematics, Cochin University of Science & Technology, Cochin 682 022, Kerala

                      Department of Mathematics, St. Joseph’s College, Devgiri P.O., Calicut 673 008

                      11. Madhya Pradesh

                        Director,State Institute of Science Education (SISE) P. S. M. Campus, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh 482 001

                        12. Maharashtra & Goa

                          Department of Mathematics, Fergusson College, Pune 411 004.

                          13. Meghalaya

                            Dept of Mathematics, North-Eastern Hill University, Permanent Campus, Mawlai, Shillong, Meghalaya 793 022

                            14. Mumbai

                              Centre, Director, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Near Anushaktinagar Bus Depo,t V. N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd, Mumbai – 400 088

                              15. North Bihar & Patna

                                RMO Office, North Bihar & Patna Region, New Azimabad Colony, West Sanichara, P.O. Mahendru, Patna 800 006

                                16. North Western States

                                  Dept of Mathematics, Panjab University, Chandigarh 160 014

                                  17. Orissa

                                    A2, Rashmi Towers, Nageswar Tangi, Old Town, Bhubaneswar-751002 Odisha, India

                                    18. Rajasthan

                                      Regional Coordinator, INMO, Dept of Mathematics, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur 302 004

                                      19. South Bihar (Bhagalpur)

                                        Ramniwas, Lal Bagh, Tilakamanjhi, Bhagalpur 812 001, Bihar

                                        20. Tamilnadu

                                          C1, Srinidhi Apartment, 16 A, Giri Road, T Nagar, Chennai - 600 017

                                          21. Telangana

                                            Head of the Department, Department of Mathematics, St. Francis College for Women, Umanagar Colony , Kundanbagh Begumpet, Hyderabad 500 016

                                            22. Tripura

                                              Tripura Mathematical Society, Dept of Mathematics, Tripura University, Suryamaninagar, Agartala Tripura 799022

                                              23. Uttar Pradesh

                                                C-1/351 Sector G Jankipuram, Lucknow 226021

                                                24. Uttarakhand

                                                  Department of Mathematics, Kumaun University, DSB Campus, Nainital 263 001 Uttarakhand

                                                  25. West Bengal

                                                    Applied Statistics Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203 B.T. Road, Kolkata 700 108

                                                    26. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) schools collectively conduct their own RMO

                                                      Director (Academic),Central Board of Secondary Education, Shiksha Bhavan 2, Commercial Centre, New Delhi 110 092.

                                                      AEO, CBSE, 17, Rouse Avenue, New Dehi- 110 002

                                                      27. Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) schools collectively conduct their own RMO

                                                        Jt. Commissioner Academic, Navodalaya Vidyalaya of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, A-28, Kailash Colony, New Delhi 110 048

                                                        28. Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) schools collectively conduct their own RMO

                                                          PGT Maths,KVS, Mathematical Olympiad, Kendriya Vidyalaya, NTPC Badarpur, New Delhi 110 044

                                                          Regional Coordinators have the discretion of using central RMO paper set by the HBCSE or set the examination paper themselves. Regions that choose to go with the centrally prepared RMO paper have to conduct a pre-RMO to screen students for the central RMO examination.

                                                          The format of the pre-RMO paper and criteria for short listing student for RMO is decided solely by the Regional Coordinator.


                                                          Only students of class IX, X, XI and XII are eligible to participate in Regional Mathematical Olympiad. However, Regional Coordinators have the discretionary power to allow any Class VIII student with exceptional mathematical talent to sit for the RMO.

                                                          Syllabus for Mathematics Olympiads-

                                                          • Syllabus for Mathematics Olympiads (regional, national and international) is class 9th to 12thstandard mathematics.

                                                          • The typical areas of problems are: number theory,algebra, geometry, and combinatorics.

                                                          • The topics covered under these areas are: number systems, geometry, arithmetic of integers,quadratic equations and expressions, co-ordinate geometry, trigonometry,systems of linear equations, factorisation of polynomials, permutations and combinations,inequalities, probability theory,elementary combinatorics,  number theory, complex numbers, elementary graph theory and , infinite series.

                                                          • The syllabus does not include statistics and calculus.

                                                          • Though the syllabus is roughly spread over class IX to class XII levels, still the problems under each topic are of an exceptionally high level in difficulty and sophistication as compared to the text book problems.

                                                          • The difficulty level keeps increasing from RMO to INMO to IMO.

                                                          Books for preparation of Mathematical Olympiads

                                                          The following books treats the topic which are covered in the different levels of the olympiad and also are a rich source of problems-

                                                          S. No.





                                                          Challenge and Thrill of Pre-College Mathematics

                                                          V. Krishnamurthy, C. R. Pranesachar, K. N. Ranganathan and B. J. Venkatachala

                                                          New Age International Publishers


                                                          Mathematical Challenges from the Olympiads*

                                                          C. R. Pranesachar, S. A. Shirali, B. J. Venkatachala, and C. S. Yogananda

                                                          Prism Books Pvt. Ltd.


                                                          Problem Primer for the Olympiad

                                                          C. R. Pranesachar, B. J. Venkatachala, and C. S. Yogananda

                                                          Prism Books Pvt. Ltd., #1865, 32nd. Cross, BSK II Stage, Bangalore 560 070. or 49, SardarSankar Road, Kolkata 700029. Phone: 24633890/24633944.


                                                          An Excursion in Mathematics

                                                          M. R. Modak, S. A. Katre, V. V. Acharya

                                                          BhaskaracharyaPratisthan, 56/14 Erandavane, Damle Path, Pune 411 004


                                                          International Mathematical Olympiad, Vol I, 1959-1975


                                                          Anthem Press (Indian Edition available)


                                                          International Mathematical Olympiad, Vol II, 1976-1990


                                                          Anthem Press (Indian Edition available)


                                                          International Mathematical Olympiad, Vol III, 1991-2004


                                                          Anthem Press (Indian Edition available)


                                                          Mathematical Circles

                                                          D. Fomin, S. Genkin& I. Itenberg

                                                          First Reprinted Edition, University Press, New Delhi, 2000


                                                          Problem-Solving Strategies

                                                          Arthur Engel



                                                          A Primer On Number Sequences

                                                          S. A. Shirali

                                                          University Press


                                                          First Steps In Number Theory--- A Primer On Divisibility

                                                          S. A. Shirali

                                                          University Press


                                                          Functional Equations---A Problem Solving Approach

                                                          B. J. Venkatachala

                                                          Prism Books Pvt. Ltd

                                                          *(Contains problems and solutions of International Mathematical Olympiad from 1986-1994)

                                                          Apart from the above listed books dedicated for the Olympiad purpose, the following books listed below form the recommended topic-wise reading for the various math competitions. From the given reads, some are elementary, and some are not so elementary.

                                                          Books on Geometry

                                                          S. No.





                                                          Modern Geometry

                                                          Durrel M. A., 

                                                          Macmillan & Co., London


                                                          Geometry Revisited

                                                          H. S. M. Coxeter and S. L. Greitzer

                                                          Mathematical Association of America


                                                          Plane Trigonometry

                                                          S. L. Loney

                                                          Macmillan & Co., London

                                                          Books on Number Theory

                                                          S. No.





                                                          An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers

                                                          I. Niven& H. S. Zuckerman

                                                          Wiley Eastern Ltd. New Delhi


                                                          Elementary Number Theory

                                                          David Burton

                                                          Universal Book Stall, New Delhi


                                                          An introduction to the theory of numbers

                                                          G. H. Hardy & Wright

                                                          Oxford University Publishers

                                                          Problem Books

                                                          • I M O Problem Collections

                                                          S. No.





                                                          International Mathematical Olympiad 1959-1977

                                                          S. L. Greitzer

                                                          MAA Pubications


                                                          International Mathematical Olympiad 1978-1985

                                                          M. S. Klamkin

                                                          MAA Pubications

                                                          • General Problems

                                                          S. No.





                                                          USA Mathematical Olympiads 1972-1985

                                                          M. S. Klamkin

                                                          MAA Pubications


                                                          Selected problems and Theorems in Elementary Mathematics

                                                          D. O. Shklyarshky, N. N. Chensov and I. M. Yaglom



                                                          250 Problems in Elementary Number Theory

                                                          W. Sierpenski

                                                          American Elsevier


                                                          Problems in Plane Geometry

                                                          I. R. Sharygin

                                                          MIR Publishers

                                                          Books for General Reading 

                                                          S. No.





                                                          Higher Algebra

                                                          S. Barnard & J.M. Child

                                                          Macmillan & Co., London, 1939; reprinted Surjeet Publishers, Delhi, 1990


                                                          The Theory of Equations, Vol. 1 (13th Edition)

                                                          W. S Burnside & A.W. Panton

                                                          S. Chand & Co., New Delhi, 1990


                                                          Elementary Number Theory, Second Edition

                                                          D. M. Burton

                                                          Universal Book Stall, New Delhi, 1991


                                                          Introductory Combinatorics

                                                          RA. Brualdi

                                                          Elsevier, North-Holland, New York, 1977


                                                          Geometry Revisited

                                                          H.S.M. Coxeter& S.L. Greitzer

                                                          New Mathematical Library 19, The Mathematical Association of America, New York, 1967


                                                          Modern Geometry

                                                          C.V. Durell

                                                          Macmillan & Co., London, 1961


                                                          Higher Algebra

                                                          H.S. Hall & S.R Knight

                                                          Macmillan & Co., London; Metric Edition, New Delhi, 1983


                                                          Mathematical Gems Part I (1973), Part II (1976), Part III (1985)

                                                          R Honsberger

                                                          The Mathematical Association of America, New York


                                                          Geometric Inequalities

                                                          N.D. Kazarinoff

                                                          New Mathematical Library 4, Random House and The L.W. Singer Co., New York, 1961



                                                          P.P. Korovkin

                                                          Little Mathematics Library, MIR Publishers, Moscow, 1975


                                                          An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers

                                                          I. Niven, H.S. Zuckerman & H.L. Montgomery

                                                          Fifth Edition, Wiley Eastern, New Delhi, 2000


                                                          Applied Combinatorics

                                                          A.W. Tucker

                                                          Second Edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1984


                                                          High School MathematicsPart II

                                                          G.N. Yakovlev

                                                          MIR Publishers, Moscow, 1984

                                                          Students who clear INMO but are not selected for International Math Olympiad (IMO) receive postal problems during the period of July to December. Based on their responses, they might be invited to the pre-departure training camp for IMO directly or asked to sit for INMO again (without having to sit for the Regional Math Olympiad).

                                                          Exam Structure

                                                          RMO has six or seven problems that students have to solve in three hours. The syllabus for RMO basically covers pre-degree college mathematics. The major areas covered in the syllabus are algebra, geometry, number theory and combinatorics. Calculus and statistics are not within the scope of the exam but students are allowed to use approaches based on them to solve problems.

                                                          The questions generally have high difficulty level and sophistication which only increase from RMO to INMO to IMO.

                                                          One should go through Regional Mathematical Olympiad past year papers as well as Regional Mathematical Olympiad sample papers to fully understand what is to be expected in the exam.


                                                          The syllabus for Mathematical Olympiad (regional, national and international) is pre-degree college mathematics. The areas covered are arithmetic of integers, geometry, quadratic equations and expressions, trigonometry, co-ordinate geometry, system of linear equations, permutations and combination, factorisation of polynomial, inequalities, elementary combinatorics, probability theory and number theory, finite series and complex numbers and elementary graph theory. The syllabus does not include calculus and statistics. The major areas from which problems are given are number theory, geometry, algebra and combinatorics. The syllabus is in a sense spread over Class XI to Class XII levels, but the problems under each topic involve high level of difficulty and sophistication. The difficulty level increases from RMO to INMO to IMO.

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