(avai1lable in IMS Library at Chennai: 194145, 19491998): 
The Indian Mathematical Society publishes two periodicals:
The Jourmal of the Indian Mathematical Society ( J. Ind. Math. Soc., JIMS; the Journal ; ISSN 00195839 ) and The Mathematics Student (Math Student) ( Math Student ; ISSN 00255742 ) both of which are quarterly. As on today the four numbers of both the peridicals constitute a single volume and are published in two parts: numbers 1 and 2 (January to June) as one part and numbers 3 and 4 (July to December) as the second part. In the past for several years the four numbers were published as a single yearly volume. The Society does not charge page charges or any other charges to authors or their institutions for publication of an article in any of its two periodicals. Right from its begining, both the periodicals are peer reviewed research journals and are indexed in MathSciNet (MR) and ZentralBlatt MATH  the biggest data bases of Mathematical Sciences in the world. 
The publication activity of the Society started right from its
establishment in 1907, initially publishing
Progress Reports.
The first Progress Report
was published on
September 1, 1907
and the second Progress Report was published on October 15, 1907.
By December 1908, the Society had published 8 Progress Reports.
In March 1908 a subcommittee was appointed to take steps for publication
of a Journal and from 1909, the Progress reports were rechristened as Journal,
under the title
'The Jourmal of the Indian Mathematical Club,
the First issue appeared in
February, 1909 .
The title was then changed to its present title as
'The Jourmal of the Indian Mathematical Society
and since then
the journal appeared regularly every two months
till 1933..
The Mathematics Student ( ISSN 00255742 )
At the time of the silver jubilee celebrations
of the Society on the occasion of completion of
twenty five years
of existence of the Indian Mathematical Society
in 1932, it was decided to start the publication
of another periodical and accordingly the Society
started in 1933 a new periodical, named
The Mathematics Student,
with
A. Narasinga Rao as its first Editor
who
worked as the founder editor almost singlehanded
with great devotion for eighteen years
(19331950)and placed it on a firm footing.
