Aryabhatta Maths Olympiad (AMO)

The basic Objective of Aryabhatta Maths Olympiad (AMO) is to assess the conceptual understanding of the students in Mathematics at an early stage. The examination builds a strong foundation for various real-world competitive examinations like IIT JEE, NEET, CAT, etc. AMO helps in improving reasoning, analytical and problem-solving skills. These skills can be leveraged by the students to stand out in the future competitions.

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Aryabhatta (476–550 CE) was the first Mathematician cum astronomer from the classical age. His texts includes Aryabhattya (499 CE, written at the age of  23 years) and Arya-siddhanta.

Aryabhatta made major contributions to the fields of Trigonometry and Algebra. He discovered an approximation of  π i.e.  

π = 62832/20000 = 3.1416.

He was the pioneer in solving Diophantine equations.