Mathematical Olympiad Cell

Mathematical Olympiad Cell

The Mathematical Olympiad Cell (MO Cell) is a body of permanent faculty devoted to organizing and conducting the mathematical Olympiads in India, in particular, the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad and the International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp. The MO Cell has two main members:

  • C.R. Pranesachar
  • B.J. Venkatachala

There are a number of other faculty who work part-time in conjunction with the MO Cell by sending problems for the Olympiads, participating in training activities, going as Leader/Deputy Leader, and participating in regional co-ordination.

The MO Cell currently operates from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, based on an agreement. The MO Cell is also linked to HBCSE, where the Training Camp is held and from where co-ordination for the outgoing team is managed.

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