Mathematical Olympiad
Stage 3:
International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC) : The top 30-35 INMO certificate awardees are invited to a month long training camp in May/june each year. The number of students from class XII who are selected for IMOTC is at most 6. In daaition to these 35 students, a certain number of INMO awardees of previous year(s) who have satisfactorily undergoan postal tution over the year are also invited to a second round of training. A team of six students is selected from the combined pool of junior and senior batch participants, based on a number of selection tests conducted during the camp, to represent India in International Mathematical Olympiad.

Stage 4:
International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) : The six member team selected at the end of IMOTC, accompanied by a leader and a deupty leader represent India at IMO that is normally held in July each year in a choosen country. imo consists of two 4 and a half hour tests held on two consecutive days.The students of the Indian team who win gold, silver and bronze medals at jIMO receive cash prizes of Rs.5000/-,Rs.4000/- and Rs.3000/- respectively (prize varies year by year).The six students representing India at IMO automatically qualify for Kishor vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) Fellowship.
Syllabus for mathematical Olympiad (regional,national and international): Pre-degree co0llege mathematics. The difficulty level increases from RMO to INMO to IMO. Nurture Programme :
The INMO awards who choose Mathematics as one of the subject in their undergraduate studies are eligible for a scholarship by NBHM(which is at present Rs.1500/=per month) throughout their undergraduate studies. If they further pursue their studies to masters, they continue to get scholarship (enhanced). Even the students who do not pursue Mathematics in their undergraduate studies are eligibal for certain benefits under a noval programme instituted by NBHM, called Nurture Programme. Under this programme, each bench of students (selected from among the INMO awardees through their responses to a few sets of postal problems) is assigned to an institution. The coordinator in that institution gives out some reading material that the students can go through during their leisure time while pursuing their undergraduate studies. At the end of each year,during summar, they are invited to that institution for a contact programme with working Mathematicians. Based on their performance, they may be recomended to a scholarship given by NBHM. This programme continues for four years. Thus, even those who pursue under-graduate studies in some other discijpline can still get training in mathematics and use it in their further pursuit of knowledge.
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