PROMYS India (Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists) 2024

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Brief Description:

PROMYS India (Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists)*, India 2024 is an opportunity offered in partnership with the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, for students in Class 9 to 12. The selected students will be awarded a full scholarship covering all tuition, housing, and meals for the six weeks of the programme.

*PROMYS India is a residential mathematics summer program for students in India. Participants study and attend lectures on campus, eat meals together, and are housed in gender-separated housing areas at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru.


To be eligible, an applicant must:-

  • be at least 15 years old by 5th May 2024
  • be in secondary or higher secondary school in Class 9 to 12 [(or Class 11, 12, or Pre-University Course (PUC)]
  • have completed (or currently be in) Class 9 before the start of the programme
  • be attending government-funded schools/government-aided private schools/unaided private/independent schools/sixth form colleges/home schools/other types of secondary and higher secondary schools across India



  • Students are still eligible to apply if they are just completing their final year of higher secondary school (or taking a gap year) but have not yet begun their university studies.
  • Students who are already attending university are not eligible to be first-year students (though they may be eligible to apply to be undergraduate counsellors).


The selected students will be awarded full scholarships covering all tuition, housing, and meal costs for the six weeks of the programme. Applicants can also apply for additional need-based funding for travel and laundry. There are no required books.


  • Application problem set
  • Online application form
  • Teacher recommendation form to be submitted by a mathematics teacher or mentor
  • School Report Card(s) – for all years from Class 9 and above (from Class 8 and above for students applying in Class 9) [Note:- Copies of transcripts issued by the school are fine; it is not required that transcripts be from the Educational Boards. Homeschooled students should upload a description of the studies undertaken.]

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