RMO 2017 – Detailed Analysis by Resonance

The Mathematical Olympiad Programme in India, which leads to participation of Indian students in the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is organized by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE) on behalf of the National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India. This programme is one of the major initiatives undertaken by the NBHM. Its main purpose is to spot mathematical talent among pre-university students in the country.

For the purpose of training and selection of students for the Olympiad contest, 25 regions all over the country have been designated and each assigned a Regional Coordinator (RC). Additionally, three groups (Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathana (KVS) have a ‘Regional Coordinator’ each. The Mathematical Olympiad programme consists of five stages.

Stage 1:

PRMO 2017: The Pre-Regional Mathematical Olympiad (PRMO) is a national level examination. The PRMO exam is conducted by IAPT and students studying in class XI or below are eligible to appear for the PRMO 2017. PRMO was conducted in month of August across the nation. 500 students from each region were qualified post this stage to appear for RMO.

Stage 2:

The second stage examination, the Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO) is a three hour examination with six problems. The RMOs are offered in English, Hindi and other regional languages as deemed appropriate by the respective RCs. The syllabus may be found at (give syllabus link). The problems under each topic involve high level of difficulty and sophistication.

Stage 3:

The best-performing students from the RMO (approximately 900) qualify for the third stage – the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO). The INMO is held on the third Sunday of January at 28 centres across the country.

Stage 4:

The top students from the RMO (approximately 35) are invited for the fourth stage, the International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC) held at HBCSE during April to May. At this camp orientation is provided to students for the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO). Emphasis is laid on developing conceptual foundations and problem-solving skills. Several selection tests are held during this camp. On the basis of performance in these tests six students are selected to represent India at the IMO. Resource persons from different institutions across the country are invited to the training camps.

Stage 5:

The selected team undergoes a rigorous training programme for about 8-10 days at HBCSE prior to its departure for the IMO.

Stage 6:

The Olympiad programme culminates with the participation of the students in the IMO. The students are accompanied by 4 teachers or mentors.

 

Eligibility: As per the eligibility criteria of PRMO, Born on or after August 1, 1998 and All Indian students who are born on or after August 1, 1998 and, in addition, are in Class XI or below are eligible to appear for the PRMO 2017. A student from any state of the country can register for this examination. A student can be from a government or a private school.

 

 Conducting Body:

PRE RMO- IAPT (www.iapt.org.in) through regional coordinators

RMO- Regional Coordinators

INMO- HBCSE (olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in)

 

Geographical Regions:

Assam, Chattisgarh, Coastal AP & Rayalseema, Delhi, Gujarat- Daman-Diu-Dadra Nagar Haveli, Jammu, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Goa, Meghalaya, Mumbai, North Bihar and Patna, North Western States, Odisha, Rajasthan, South Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal.

 

Special Regions: CBSE Schools, KV Schools, JNV Schools

 

Syllabus: The syllabus for Mathematical Olympiad (regional, national and international) is pre-degree college mathematics. The areas covered are arithmetic of integers, geometry, quadratic equations and expressions, trigonometry, co-ordinate geometry, system of linear equations, permutations and combination, factorization of polynomial, inequalities, elementary combinatorics, probability theory and number theory, finite series and complex numbers and elementary graph theory. The syllabus does not include calculus and statistics. The major areas from which problems are given are algebra, combinatorics and geometry and number theory. The syllabus is in a sense spread over Class XI to Class XII levels, but the problems under each topic involve high level of difficulty and sophistication. The difficulty level increases from PRMO to RMO to INMO to IMO.

 

EXAM STRUCTURE

RMO has six to eight problems (differ from region to region) that students have to solve in three hours. Following is the region wise paper pattern.

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OVERALL DIFFICULTY LEVEL ANALYSIS

In this analysis we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

1: Easy

2: Moderate

3: Difficult


Difficulty Level Analysis: No of Questions

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* Guj,Raj,CH,MP,JH,WB: Gujarat, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and West Bengal

Resonance Experts feel that papers across were of similar difficulty level, while paper at Maharashtra and Goa was on more difficult side compared with Gujarat, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and West Bengal.

Overall, it is felt by Resonance Faculty Team that paper was on easier side compared to last year and the cut-off is expected to be increase than that of last year.

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Region wise Topic Analysis

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RMO 2017 – Solutions and Detailed Analysis available now

Regional Mathematics Olympiad (RMO) was conducted on 8th October 2017. You can get Solution along with Detailed analysis prepared by Expert faculties of Resonance Eduventures, Kota.

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Outstanding results by Resonites in NTSE Stage-2

NTSE Result 2017 for NTSE Stage 2 is declared on 23rd August 2017 by NCERT. The result has been acclaimed as a considerable success for the students of Resonance. This year our selection rate expanded by 48.67% as compared to the last year and total of 168 students from Resonance were selected for the scholarship.

It is a great deal of pride that 1720 students have been selected for NTSE from Resonance since 2006.

NTSE is considered as one of the toughest scholarship exams of India. This year the cut –off for the selection is as follows:

Category

Cut – off Marks

General

77

Scheduled Caste

46.67

Scheduled Tribe

47.67

Physically Handicapped

49.33

This year, the general outcome has been set up on the premise of 143 marks out of 150 as 7 questions were declared off base by NCERT. The exam was held on 14th May 2017. Around 4000 students were selected for the second round from all over India. Out of these, usually 1000 students are selected however this time 922 students have been selected for final scholarship of Rs. 1250/-PM which will be provided up to their higher education.

For more detail visit www.pccp.resonance.ac.in

 

PRMO 2017 – Detailed Analysis by Resonance

PRMO 2017: The Pre-Regional Mathematical Olympiad (PRMO) is a national level examination. The PRMO exam is conducted by IAPT and students studying in class XI or below are eligible to appear for the PRMO 2017. PRMO was conducted in month of August across the nation.

 


 

Eligibility: As per the eligibility criteria of PRMO, Born on or after August 1, 1998 and All Indian students who are born on or after August 1, 1998 and, in addition, are in Class XI or below are eligible to appear for the PRMO 2017. A student from any state of the country can register for this examination. A student can be from a government or a private school.

 

Conducting Body:

PRE RMO- IAPT (www.iapt.org.in) through regional coordinators

RMO- Regional Coordinators

INMO- HBCSE (olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in)

Geographical Regions:

Assam, Chattisgarh, Coastal AP & Rayalseema, Delhi, Gujarat- Daman-Diu-Dadra Nagar Haveli, Jammu, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Goa, Meghalaya, Mumbai, North Bihar and Patna, North Western States, Odisha, Rajasthan, South Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal.

Special Regions: CBSE Schools, KV Schools, JNV Schools

Pattern/ Syllabus: The syllabus of PRMO is not fixed and broadly consist of topics of Algebra, Geometry, Number Theory and Combinatorics till Class XI level.

Question Paper: The paper consisted of 30 questions of single or double digit integers to be solved in 150 minutes. The medium of test is English and regional languages. Each right answer carry one point each, thus making the total score of the candidate in a test equal to the number of questions answered correctly. There was no negative marking in the paper.

 

CLASS WISE MARK DISTRIBUTION

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OVERALL DIFFICULTY LEVEL ANALYSIS

In this analysis we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

1: Easy                2: Moderate            3: Difficult

The difficulty level of the paper comes out to be 2.23 as per Resonance experts. Out of the total 30 questions, 5 questions were easy, 13 were moderate while 12 questions were difficult.

 

SUBJECT WISE AND TOPIC WISE ANALYSIS

MATHEMATICS ANALYSIS

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EXPECTED CUTOFF

The cut off for General category student is expected to be 11 marks in this paper for Rajasthan region. The region wise expected cutoff is as follows:

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Resonites shine again by securing Bronze at IMO 2017 and Silver at IPhO 2017

Congratulations India!!!

Our boys make India proud yet again. This year Resonance brings two medals for India in international Olympiads, a silver in IPhO and Bronze in IMO.


For the first time from Kota City, year 2017 has proved as special as Resonance has produced many historical results, adding glory to the name of Kota City. One of the Classroom students of Resonance, Kota Yash Sanjeev has received plaudits as he represented India in International Mathematical Olympiad 2017 at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and grabbed a Bronze Medal. This is first time from Kota City that someone represented India in IMO & secured a medal in IMO.

Pawan Goyal of Resonance, Kota has brought laurels to the country by grabbing a Silver medal in the 48th edition of the International Physics Olympiad in Jakarta, Indonesia. He achieved this milestone when he is merely in Class XIth. Pawan has a yearning interest in Physics and aimed of representing India in International Physics Olympiad since the time he acquired Gold Medal in IJSO in 2015. He stood at second rank in Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojna in 2016.

They have made the entire nation proud. They are our shining star. Well done and always shine on!

 

Team Resonance PCCP

To know more, Visit:  http://pccp.resonance.ac.in

 

 

 

Splendid Performance by Resonites in NEET 2017

The Central Board of Secondary Education declared the result of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2017, on 23 June 2017.

Out of more than 11 lacs students who appeared for this fiercely-competed entrance exam, one of the RESONites Sankeerth Sadanand – a Regular Classroom Students clichéd AIR 4 and Rakshita Ramesh bagged AIR 41. One more Regular Classroom student Sandeep Kumar secured OBC Category Rank AIR 5 and AIR 400 in General Category.


Managing Director of Resonance RK Verma Sir announced that 2974 students qualified in NEET 2017 from Resonance, out of which 1724 are from Classroom Program and 1250 from Distance Learning.

3 students from Resonance were able to secure their position in Top 100 (Classroom – 2 and Distance Learning – 1), 8 students in top 500 (Classroom – 5 and Distance Learning – 3), 26 students in top 1000 (Classroom – 8 and Distance Learning – 18).

RK Verma Sir congratulated all the students for a wonderful result. He also informed that 11,38,890 students registered for NEET 2017. There are 472 MBBS hospitals in India, where there are 65170 seats and around 308 colleges for BDS which have 25730 seats. This year the NEET exam was organized in 10 various regional languages.

RK Verma Sir added that with a well-structured curriculum tailored to the dynamic requirements, Resonance has inaugurated one more establishment, exclusively dedicated to Pre Medical Division. Resonance has provided and will continue to provide best results with best faculty members as well as best platform to perform well in NEET as well as AIIMS.

The details of the qualified students of various study centers are (Including Kota):

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NEET 2017: All-India Quota Online Counselling Schedule Declared

Online counselling (All Indian Quota) for the (NEET) 2017 has been declared on the official site of Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) under the scanner of the Supreme Court had announced the results of National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) on June 23 2017 on their official site cbseneet.nic.in. The is an entrance examination for any graduate medical course such as MBBS, Bachelor of Dental Surgery or postgraduate course i.e. Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Surgery in government or private medical colleges in India.  


Schedule For Online Counselling (Allotment Process)
After the results are announced, the students will now appear for All India Quote counselling (All India Quota UG (MBBS/BDS) Seats). The counselling is organized by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). The has released the schedule of counselling. As far as counselling at state level is concerned, the states would be releasing it soon. Medical colleges in a particular state have 85% seats for the native students and 15% (All India Quote) seats for the students from other state. For instance, a student from Delhi wants to purse MBBS from a college in Mumbai, he or she will be given a seat from 15% seats of total seats of the college. For now the counselling for All India Quote is conducted in July and state wise counselling would be in August this year.

Event Duration Day
Registration, Choice Filling(From 5th ) & Indicative Seat 3rd July to 11th July, 2017 (Registration will be open up to 05:00 PM of 11th July 2017 only) 9 Days
2 Choice filling and Locking 12 12th July, 2017 (up to 05:00 PM of 12th July, 2017) 1 Day
Process of Seat Allotment

– Round 1

13th July -14th July, 2017 2 Days
Round 1 Result Publish 15th July, 2017 1 Day
Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College against 1st Round 16th July to 22nd July , 2017 (up to 05:00 PM of 22 ND July, 2017) 7 Days
Exercising of Choices and Locking(Round 2) & New Registration 1st August 2017 to 4th August 2017 (Registration will be open up to 05:00 PM of 4th AUGUST 2017 only) 4 Days
Process of Seat Allotment – Round 2 5th -7th August, 2017 3 Days
Round 2 Result Publish 8th August, 2017 1 Day
Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 2 9th to 16th August, 2017 (up to 05:00 PM of 17TH August, 2017 8 Days
Transfer of vacant seats to State Quota 16th August, 2017 (After 05:00 PM)

(Time 05:00 PM mentioned above is by computer server time) Commencement of MBBS/BDS first year session – from 4 th August, 2017. (Source: MCC)

About NEET:
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is an entrance exam for any graduate and postgraduate medical course in India. Announced by the Government of Indian, it was held for the first time on May 5, 2013. However, the exam was soon invalidated by the Supreme Court of India on the petitions against it. The 2016 was conducted in English and Hindi. Later more languages such as Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese and Gujarati were added

Source: Business Standard