Students from Schools, Junior Colleges of all boards, Degree Colleges and Technical Institutions in India.
1 | Primary | Gauss Contest | V and VI Standards |
2 | Sub-Junio | Kaprekar Contest | Bhaskara Contest |
3 | Junior | Bhaskara Contest | IX and X Standards |
4 | Inter | Ramanujan Contest | XI and XII Standards |
5 | Senior | Aryabhata Contest | Degree Classes in Arts, Science & Technical Institutions |
MEDIUM: The medium will be only ENGLISH (for all levels).
Recommended topics for NMTC exam
(Gauss Contest - V and VI Standards)
ARITHMETIC: Fractions, percentages, profit and loss, tests
of divisibility, LCM, HCF, Ratio and proportion, Calendar
MENSURATION: Triangles, Quadrilaterals, Circles.
ALGEBRA: Algebra as literal Arithmetic, Addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division of simple Arithmetic
expressions.
GEOMETRY: Straight lines, parallel lines, Angle properties
of triangles, quadrilaterals and polygons.
(Kaprekar Contest - VII and VIII Standards)
All the topics for primary and
ARITHMETIC: Square roots and cube roots, Allegation,
average , time and work, time and distance, Races, Games
of skill, Travelling around a circle.
MENSURATION: Three Dimensional: cubes, cuboids,
sphere, cone, cylinder, pyramids.
ALGEBRA: Algebraic equations of degree 1 and degree 2.
Algebraic identities, factorization of algebraic expressions,
laws of indices, basics of surds.
GEOMETRY: Triangle inequalities, parallelograms,
trapezoids, Pythagoras theorem.
NUMBER THEORY: Prime and composite numbers,
divisibility
[Note: Apart from these, the children shall practise to solve logical questions in basic mathematics].
(Bhaskara Contest - IX and X Standards)
All the topics for Primary, Sub junior and the following:
ALGEBRA: Quadratic and Higher degree Algebraic
equations, Remainder theorem, Logarithms, Sequences and
series, Scales of notations, Mathematical Induction, Basic
inequalities.
GEOMETRY: Circle theorems, Chords, Arcs, Angles in
segments, Cyclic Quadrilaterals, Tangents, Alternate
Segment theorem, intersecting chord theorem, Apollonius
theorem, and Stewart’s theorem.
NUMBER THEORY: Modular arithmetic, Greatest Integer
function, least integer functions.
COMBINATORICS: Fundamental principle of counting,
Basics of permutations and combinations, Principle of
inclusion and exclusion, Pigeon hole principle.
(Ramanujan Contest - XI and XII Standards)
All the topics for Primary, Sub Junior, Junior and the
following:
ALGEBRA: Polynomials, inequalities, (C-S inequality),
Functional equations.
GEOMETRY: Trigonometry, vector, Coordinate Geometric
and Complex number methods may be used.
NUMBER THEORY: Fermat and Wilson theorem,
Diophantine equations.
COMBINATORICS: Counting techniques, Recurrence
relations.
(ARYABHATTA CONTEST FOR COLLEGE LEVEL):
It is a three hours examination of subjective questions with
the syllabus of typical B.Sc. Mathematics course.
The Preliminary test will be conducted in the participating schools itself by the school. AMTI will send the question paper and the other materials to the school mail. The Principal or the authorized school person may download the question paper and the materials and conduct the preliminary examination. The top 10% of students based on the Preliminary test performance will be selected by the respective schools
> 20% of the questions that are of moderate level
> 80% of questions with higher level of difficulty,
somewhat similar to Olympiad.
The responses in the preliminary test will be written in the response sheets which will be provided by the AMTI. The institution will conduct the preliminary test in its own premises; the objective type preliminary papers will also be evaluated by the respective institutions (based on the key that will be supplied by AMTI on the next day of preliminary exam.) and the list of top 10% scorers only at each level in the Preliminary Test will be intimated to us.
Important Note: If more students qualify for any level
from an institution, please use your discretion to
shortlist and send only 10% to AMTI. In case,
additional names are communicated to AMTI, the
excess students over and above10%, will be dropped
by us.
Students selected at the Preliminary level test will get
certificates which may be treated as the Hall Ticket
for the final examination.
Only the candidates selected at the preliminary level
can appear for the final.
It is 3-hours test of subjective type questions reflecting
the syllabi of PRMO, RMO, INMO and IMO.
The final examination will be held in their respective
Institutions.
AMTI will send the question paper and the other
materials to the school mail. The Principal or the
authorized school person may download the question
paper and the materials and conduct the final
examination.
Answer books of the final test containing the solutions written by participants should be dispatched on the same day of the examination and delayed receipts will not be entertained.
Answer sheets (un-ruled only, preferably A4 size) for the Final test have to be supplied by the respective schools
The date and time of the examination cannot be altered by the centers on any account.
Time Schedule | |
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Last Date for entries | 31^{st}August 2023 |
Stage-1 Preliminary Test | 07^{th} October 2023 (Saturday) 10 a.m. to 12 noon. |
Declaration of results of Stage-1 test | 21^{st} October 2023 |
Stage-2 Final Test – Tentatively on | 04^{th}November 2023 (Saturday) 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. |
Dispatch of Answer Books from the Centres to AMTI | The same day (Speed Post or courier) |
Announcement of Results | First week of December 2023 |
^{*}Late entries may not be entertained | |
THE DECISION OF THE AMTI IS FINAL IN ALL MATTERS. |
Cash Awards to the top3 winners in each level at the finals, (1st position Rs.5000/-, 2nd Rs.2500/- and 3rd Rs.1250/-), Merit Certificates for them and others selected at the final level with Rs. 500/- cash award for the latter also will be given based on their revealing a reasonable level of mathematical maturity. Enrichment contact courses are likely to be organized for the promising toppers. Prizes and the Merit Certificates will be distributed to all the prize winners during our AMTI ANNUAL CONFERENCE in December 2023. Details of our conference will be sent to the prize winners separately.
1. Entries in the proforma given only will be processed.
2. Last date of receipt at Chennai office will be 31.08.2023.
3. The exact registered name of the institution should be incorporated in the application form. There have been instances of names not registered suitably with post offices and banks as our communications were not delivered.
4. The final examination will be held in their respective Institutions.
5.Results are declared after taking enough care, checking and cross checking only. No claim for change communication of individual scores etc., will be entertained.
6. Every effort is taken by AMTI to communicate particulars well on time. Individual reminders (by telephone or email) cannot be done except in cases of emergency.
7. This being a talent contest at all India level for final, marks alone do not speak. We may decide merit holders by interviews also, if found necessary.
1. AMTI PUBLICATIONS: Available at AMTI office. Contact: support@amtionline.com. (See our website) amtionline.com under the head of “Book list”)
2. Combinatorics for Mathematical Olympiads by Dr. S. Muralidaran. Contact support@amtionline.com.
3. Problem solving strategies by Arthur Engel.
4. Elements of Geometry (Part I –VI) by S. Barnard, J.M. Child
5. Mathematical circles (Russian Experience) by Dmitri et al
6. Olympiad Maths by M.K. Singhal and A.R. Singhal
7. Elementary Trigonometry by H.S.Hall & S.R. Knight
8. Elementary Algebra for School, by H.S. Hall and S.R. Knight
9. Challenge and Thrill of Pre college Mathematics, V. Krishnamurthy et al, New Age International Publishers
10. Adventures in Problem solving by Shirali Shailesh, University Press.