Click on the link to the region below to find the provisional list of candidates eligible for RMO 2018.
Candidates can check their questionwise score at the this link: https://mtaexam.com/CandidateLogin.aspx
- Any discrepancy noticed in the result should be intimated by email to email@example.com on or before 5 pm on Wednesday, 19th Sept 2018. No representation will be entertained after this time.
- All eligible candidates will have to register for the RMO 2018 examination. Instructions about registration will be uploaded later.
On the basis of performance in PRMO, up to 300 students from Classes 8,9,10,11 and up to 60 students from class 12 have been selected to participate in RMO from each of the regions other than KV and JNV. For KV and JNV the quota will be the top 5% of KV/JNV students who appeared for the PRMO 2018 exam from classes 8 – 11 and top 1% from class 12. All students who have the same score as the cutoff score for the region are considered eligible. A student who has scored less than 2 marks in the PRMO will not be eligible even if the respective regional quota is not filled.
A few complaints concerning the PRMO 2018 were received by the Mathematics Teachers’ Association (MTA). Each of these complaints was investigated. Some complaints were regarding disruption of the exam at some Centres. Several of these complaints did not merit any corrective action. Some of the complaints regarding disruption of the exam were found to have merit, and to have led to mild disruption in the exam. They have been addressed by lowering the cut-off by 2 marks for all the candidates who appeared for PRMO 2018 at such centres.
The PRMO re-exam will be held in all centres in Kerala region, in 2 centres in Kodagu, Karnataka and in 1 centre, Uttarakhand on 23rd Sep 2018. The list candidates appearing from these centres eligible to write the RMO will be announced later. The eligibility cut-off for Karnataka, Uttarakhand, KV and JNV regions will be retained for the re-exam, while the cut-off for Kerala will be determined on the basis of the re-exam scores.
|Region||Roll numbers of the qualified students|
|Andhra Pradesh||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Assam||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Chhattisgarh||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Delhi||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Gujarat, Daman & Diu, Dadra & Nagar Haveli||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Jammu||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Jharkhand||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Karnataka||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Kashmir||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|KVS||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Madhya Pradesh||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Maharashtra and Goa||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Meghalaya||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Mumbai||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|North Bihar||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|NVS||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Odisha||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Rajasthan||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Sikkim||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|South Bihar||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Tamil Nadu and Puducherry||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Telangana||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Tripura||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Uttar Pradesh||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|Uttarakhand||Class 8-11||Class 12|
|West Bengal||Class 8-11||Class 12|