Resonance JNV Bundi students showed outstanding performance in RMO 2016

Hard work of Faculty Members of Resonance finally bore a sweet fruit.

Eleven students of JNV, Bundi cleared the Regional Mathematics Olympiad (RMO). It is additionally an amazing privilege that one of the students Nishant Trivedi packed away 85 Marks out of 100 and secured the second position in the region among Jawahar Navoday Schools.

MD of Resonance RK Verma Sir told that out of 598 Navoday Schools 30 boys and 5 girls were selected for National Mathematics Olympiad. Out of those 35, 11 are the part of Jawahar Navoday School, Bundi. It is in fact the consequence of diligent work and centered devotion of the educators of Resonance. One of the eminent NGOs – Dakshana Foundation and Resonance together has taken the responsibility of teaching the unprivileged students; illuminating and setting them up about Olympiad, NTSE and KVPY.  JNV, Sitapur Bundi  has a very exceptionally solid foundation of students who are today a part of various IITs. The number of students alone from bundi  branch has gone upto 208 in these past eight years. 49 students appeared for JEE (Advanced) 2016, out of which 40 got selected, which is indeed a commendable number.

Over 28,200 selections in IITs/JEE(Advanced)  since 2002 from Resonance.

Over 1,36,900 selections in JEE(Main)  since 2003 from Resonance.

To know more please click on the link: Resonance Overall Result


Resonance is highly involved in its Corporate social Responsibility (CSR), where it under coordinated efforts with Dakshana Foundation gives free of cost coaching to the poverty stricken students.

Apply through ResoFAST (Resonance Forward Admission Test) for academic session 2017-18 on 27th Nov 2016 to avail early benefits

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MD of Resonance RK Verma Sir also notified that 40 – 50 thousand students every year, from all over India participate in RMO Stage 1 exam. On the premise of Stage 1, 900 students are chosen for Indian National Mathematics Olympiad (INMO). The stage 2 exam will take place on 15th January 2017. The marks acquired in Stage 2 will lead to selection of 30 – 35 students for a camp. The camp will be a basis for the selection of 6 students who will represent the country in International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO). There will also be a training camp for sharpening the minds of the selected students.


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