CBSE is in quest of budding mathematicians. CBSE has decided to conduct a Mathematical Olympiad at various centers across India on 7th December 2014. There will be the same question paper for all students.
Students of Classes IX to XI can participate in the competition. The competition will last for 3 hours. Five students will be selected from each school that stands the best chance of competing against their peers across India. A screening test will be conducted to select the candidates. The selected students will be asked to pay Rs 100 as entry fee for the exam. Last date for submission of applications is November 5.
The language in which the Olympiad will be conducted is English. The brilliance of candidates will be examined on the basis of their skills in geometry, algebra, number theory, etc. 30 students will be selected on the basis of merit who will qualify for Indian National Mathematical Olympiad, conducted by NBHM.
In order to see the list of centers for the examination, students need to visit CBSE website's academic page. The declaration of results will be made at www.cbseacademic.in.
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