Managing Director: Mr. Rajeev Chaudhary (B.Tech.: IIT Kharagpur)
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RMO - West Bengal
RMO: Regional Mathematical Olympiad conducted by HBCSE on behalf of NBHM and DAE is the first step to appear in Indian National Mathematical Olympiad.
Announcement for RMO-2009
The Regional Mathematical Olympiad--2009 (RMO-2009) will be held on Sunday, November 29, 2009.
The RMO in West Bengal is meant primarily for students of Class XI and XII studying in any school/college in West Bengal. With a policy of "catch 'em young!", also allow bright students of Class IX & X to appear for the RMO. As special cases, exceptionally talented students from Class VIII with very strong recommendations from the school may be allowed to appear at the discretion of the Regional Coordinator.
Please note that the RMO is the first step in selecting the Indian team for the International Math Olympiad (IMO)! This requires special talent in problem-solving and interest in Mathematics. It is not meant for the average or even good student who does not have this knack.
West Bengal test centres are located at Bankura, Berhampore, Burdwan, Kolkata, Kharagpur, Purulia, Santiniketan and Siliguri.
There is no application form. Please apply on plain paper giving Name (in block letters), Mailing Address with Phone number & e-mail address (if any), Class, Name and Postal Address of the School and Centre preferred. Please attach a recommendation letter from the school authorities (Principal/Math teacher) to the following effect:
RMO awardees of any earlier year do not need such recommendation.
The fee is Rs. 75/- per candidate. This should be sent as a DD drawn on any nationalized bank in favour of Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta payable at Kolkata.
Applications should be sent to : Professor Rana Barua or Dr. Pradipta Bandyopadhyay, Joint Regional Coordinators, Stat-Math Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203, BT Road, Kolkata 700108.
For further details, visit http://www.isical.ac.in/~rmo.
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.
We provide correspondence coaching for RMO (Regional Mathematics Olympiad).
Student of class XI and XII are eligible to appear in RMO. However in case of exceptionally brilliant student, they also
allows students from lower classes. Students of 8th, 9th and 10th are advised to participate/apply only if they are VERY GOOD in mathematics. However we have started this course for 8th, 9th and 10th class students also to help them in preparing for future RMO's.
Admission Closes for 2009 Correspondence course
National Co ordinator for Mathematics Olympiad:
Prof. S.S. Sane
Dept. of Mathematics, University of Mumbai, Ranade Bhavan Extension,
2nd floor, Vidyanagari,
Vidyanagari Marg, Mumbai 400 098.
Ph: 022-26528871 (O)
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