The date for online application for Srinivasa Ramanujan Talent Search Test in Mathematics 2022 to be held on National Mathematics Day has been extended from December 3, 2022 to December 5, 2022.

Shree Ramanujan Talent Search Test 2022: Tara Mandal, Patna, is hosting the Shree Ramanujan Talent Search Test 2022. Students who pass this test will receive a laptop and cash prizes. This test is open to students in grades 6th through 12th. Candidates who are interested and eligible should read the entire information before applying online for the Shree Ramanujan Talent Search Test 2022.

## Process of Registration/Application

- Fill in Your Correct Information.
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- Form of Application
- Make a paper copy of your application.

Direct link to apply : **Registration**

## Exam Syllabus for the Shree Ramanujan Talent Search Test (Class 6 to 12)

Class-VI

Factors and Multiples, Number System Number divisibility test, HCF and LCM, Decimals and Fractions, Unitary Method, Factorial Elementary Properties Mensuration, radius, and area of a simple curve Algebraic expressions and equations, ratio and proportion, percentage and its applications Making symmetry figures, Reflection, and Symmetry Geometry, Understanding Elementary Shapes in Two and Three Dimensions, Line Segments, Parallel Lines, Polygons, Triangles and Their Properties, Quadrilaterals, and Circles Handling of data

Class-VII

LCM and HCF are two elementary properties of real numbers. Rule of Divisibility, Fractions and Decimals, Exponents and Powers Identities, Comparing Quantities, Percentage, Profit and Loss, and Simple curiosity. Algebraic Equations and Expressions, Index Law, and Exponential Equation Solid Shapes, Lines, and Angles, The Triangle and Its Properties Symmetry, triangle, quadrilateral, polygon, and circle congruence Triangle, Rectangle, Parallelogram, Trapezium, Rhombus, Square, Cube, and Cuboid Perimeter and Area Handling Data, Arithmetic Mean, Median, and Mode The properties of simple trigonometric identities Probability is a fundamental concept.

Class-VIII

Real number properties, polynomial LCM and HCF, squares and square roots, cubes and cube roots, exponents and powers, comparing quantities Percentage, Simple and Compound Interest, Partnership and Discount, Time and Distance, Work and Time Linear equations and inequations, algebraic expressions and identities SOCIETY OF MATHEMATICS IN BIHAR Lines, angles, triangles, congruence, quadrilaterals, and circles are all examples of planes. Mensuration, Visualization of Solid Shapes, Circle, Cone, Sphere, Cube, and Cuboids Direct and Inverse Proportions, Factorisation, and Graph Introduction Data Processing, Mean, Median, Mode, and their Basic Properties Probability is a fundamental concept. Sets’ fundamental properties, Union, Intersection, Venn Diagrams, and ordered pairs

Class-IX

System of Numbers, Numbers that are prime and composite, Surds and surd rationalisation Congruence, The Fermat-Wilson theorem, Triads of Pythagore, Polynomials, Expressions and identities in algebra, Two-variable linear equations Linear equation graph Coordinate Geometry, Point Coordinate, Distance Formula, Section Formula, Area of a Triangle and Quadrilateral Euclid’s Geometry: An Introduction, Angles and lines, Triangles, congruent triangles, similar triangles condition, quadrilaterals, constructions Mensuration, Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles, Polygon Properties The Heron’s Formula Cyclic quadrilateral area, Volumes and surface areas of the cube, cuboid, cylinder, cone, sphere, and circle Statistics are introduced. Ungrouped data graphical representation, mean, and median Properties of trigonometric identities, Logarithm. Probability definition, probability terms

Class-X

Polynomials, Real and Complex Numbers, Linear Equations in Two Variables, Quadratic Equations and Expressions, Arithmetic Progressions Coordinate Geometry, Straight Lines, and Pair of Straight Lines Compound angles, Multiple angles and Submultiple angles, Conditional Identities, Height and Distance Triangle geometry, Circles, Constructions, Mensuration, Circle Areas, Surface Areas, and Volumes of Cylinder, Cone, and Sphere Introduction to Statistics, Basic Mean, Median, Mode, Histograms, and Ogive Concepts Random experiment probability, sample space, events, simple problem of single events

Class-XI

Sets and their attributes, Subsets, Power Sets, Unions, Intersections, Set Complements, Relations, and Functions The Mathematical Induction Principle, Partial Fraction, Complex Numbers, Quadratic Equations and Expressions Combinatorics, Binomial Theorem, Multinomial Theorem, Linear Inequations, Sequences and Series (A.P, G.P, and H.P), Permutations and combinations that are simple, Principle of the Pigeon Hole (PHP). Trigonometry, Graphs, Conditional Identities, Trigonometrical Equations, General solutions of trigonometrical equations, Properties Triangles, Logarithms, Domain and range of trigonometrical functions Straight Line Geometry, Conic Sections of a Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, and Hyperbola. Statistics (dispersion measurement), Mean Deviation, Variance, and Standard Deviation Functions, Limits, Function Continuity, Differentiation including Chain Rules, Derivative Application, Probability, Addition Theorem, Multiplication Theorem, Conditional Probability 3-D Geometry of Distance Formulae, Section Formulae, Direction Cosines and Ratios, Plane Indefinite Integration, Integration Transformation Rule

Class-XII

Number Theory, modulo m congruence, Equivalence Relations, Binary Operation, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Relations and Functions Inequalities, Matrices and Determinants Continuity and distinctness, The Use of Derivatives Normal and Tangent Theorem of mean value, Maxima and minima integrals, as well as finite integrals Applications of Integrals, properties of definite integrals (area bounded by curve) Differential equations of first degree and first order, order and degree, differential equation formation, differential equation application Scalar and vector products of two and three vectors, as well as vector algebra. The shortest distance between two lines in three dimensions, using planes and straight lines. Probability of Events of Different Types, Mutually Exclusive and Independent Events, Addition and Multiplication Theorem, Conditional Probability, Bayes’ Theorem, Random Variable, Expectations, Probability Distribution, and Binomial Distribution Linear Programming Problem Generation and Solution via Graphical Method.