IMS Prizes:
For the cause of mathematics, keeping in mind promotion of mathematics at all levels, the Society carries out several activites on regular basis during its Annual Conferences, many since 1990's and some since last few years. We list these in the following.
I: P. L. Bhatnagar Memorial Prize.
This Prize is Instituted to recognize, encourage and inspire the top scorer(s) from the Indian Team at the International Mathematical Olympiad.

It is awarded every year to the top scorer of the Indian team at the International Mathematical Olympiad. The prize carries a cash amount of Rs. 1000/- and a Certificate.

The Prize is awarded during the Inaugural Session of the Annual Conference of the Indian Mathematical Society. The awardee is/the awardees are reimbursed 2-AC travel by train from his/her residence to the venue of the Conference and free accommodation and hosptality to participate in the Annual Conference, if they attend the Conference.

The details of the Prize winners so far can be accessed here: P. L. Bhatnagar IMO Prize Winners

II: Award of Various Prizes for Research Paper Presentation
In order to encourage and inspire the young and budding researchers in mathematics, the Society organizes, during its Annual Conferences, a Special Session of Paper Presentation Competition for various Prizes to be awarded every year to the best research papers presented in the following group of areas. This Special Session is organized as a part of the Academic Programme with no other parallel session.

The eight prizes are:

A: Six IMS Prizes

B: One AMU Prize

C: One V M Shah Prize

Each of these eight prizes carries a certificate and a cash amount of Rs. 1000/-

The last date for receiving applications is June 30 of the respective year.

The terms and conditions of all these eight awards and the proceedure for partipation are the same, and relevant details about these prizes can accessed on their individual weblage.

III: A. Narasinga Rao Memorial Prize
This Prize is awarded every year to the author of the best research paper published either in the Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society or in The Mathematics Student. The Prize carries a cash award of Rs. 2000/- along with a Certificate.

The terms and conditions for this award and relevant further details can accessed here: A. Narasinga Rao Prize

For further information or clarification, in regard to any of these prizes, please inquire with:

Professor Satya Deo,
General Secretary, IMS,
Harish-Chandra Research Institute,
Chhatnag Rd., Jhusi,
Allahabad-211 019, UP, India. ; URL: