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Nurture the Excellence in Mathematics Contest (NEMC)

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education has upgraded the syllabus of Mathamatics for Std. 9th & 10th. Students studying Mathematics at secondary level are required to develop the skills of Analytical Thinking & Logical Sequencing. So students must get practice to solve challenging problems from Std. 5th onwards. Keeping this in the view NEMC Exam for Std. 5th and Std 8th. has been conducted from the year 2011 instead of Ganit Pravinya & Pradnya Examinations, which were conducted by Maharashtra Ganit Adhyapak Mandal. Mumbai Ganit Adhyapak Mandal along with Pune Ganit Adhyapak Mandal have decided to conduct the new examination "Nuture the Excellence in Mathematics Contest (NEMC) Level 1 (Ganit Prabhutva Exam) & Level 2 (Ganit Prabhutva Spardha)".

Eligibility

Students of Std. 5th and Std. 8th

Syllabus

  • Syllabus
  • For Std. 5th : Std. 1st to 4th and upto 1st Semestar of Std. 5th
  • For Std. 8th : Std. 5th to 7th and upto 1st Semestar of Std. 8th/li>

Pattern of Exam

The exam is conducted at two levels. The First level which is Ganit Prabhutwa Examination is of 100 marks for which three hours are given. The papers are assessed by Brihanmumbai and Pune Jilha Ganit Adhyapak Mandal’s members at local level. Those students who score minimum 75 marks quality for the Second level. The Second level which is Ganit Prabhutwa Spardha is of 100 marks for which two hours are given. Both the levels involve subjective type of questions. Difficulty level of the questions obviously increases in Second level. The Papers are jointly assessed by members of both the associations.

Tentative Schedule

Level 1 : 3rd Sunday of December every year.

Level 2 : 3rd Sunday of February every year.

Reference Books

Level 1 (Ganit Prabhutva Exam): Ganit Prabhutva (5th), Ganit Prabhutva (8th)

Level 2 (Ganit Prabhutva Spardha):[Click Here]

Awards

To encourage Students, prizes, medals and certificates are awarded, considering the mazimum score in the respective standards.

  1. Students securing at least 80% of the score get a cash prize, a medal and a certificate.
  2. Students securing 50% to 79% of the score get a medal and a certificate.
  3. Students securing 35% to 49% of the score get a certificate.

The individual scores are not declared.

Source: http://www.mtsexam.org