The Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) is a maths contest in India. The INMO is the 3rd stage of the HBCSE (Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education) IMO. The Indian National Olympiad is a well-known annual mathematics contest for high school students conducted in India. Every year, the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education organizes the INMO exam. The Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) is a level at which candidates are chosen for the International Maths Olympiad, which is regarded as the IMO’s gateway.
Thousands of students across the nation attempt the INMO examination, but only 30 candidates are selected. After passing the INMO exam, the selected candidates are trained at the IMOTC (International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp). Six of the best candidates are picked to represent our country at the international level after the training. The INMO is a highly competitive exam that requires a thorough understanding of the topics covered in the Syllabus. The INMO exam’s questions are considered quite difficult. Candidates can understand how challenging this exam will be because the INMO Syllabus is vast, but the question paper only contains six questions. The examination is offline and lasts four hours, and all six questions are tough to answer.
Syllabus of INMO
The INMO covers topics such as geometry, arithmetic integers, quadratic equations and expressions, coordinate geometry, trigonometry, factorization of polynomials, system of linear equations, inequalities, elementary combinatorics, number theory and probability theory, finite series and complex numbers, and elementary graph theory. The INMO 2022 Syllabus includes pre-degree college mathematics. The INMO question paper will cover the following topics:
|1||Arithmetic of Integers|
|2||Quadratic Equations and Expressions|
|5||Permutations and Combinations|
|6||System of Linear Equations|
|11||Finite Series and Complex Numbers|
|12||Factorization of Polynomial|
|13||Elementary Graph Theory|
Calculus and statistics are not included in the Syllabus. The Syllabus is for students in grades XI and XII. However, it is integrated with a greater level of difficulty and complexity.