(Estd. 1907; Registration No. S-550, Delhi)
Regd. Office: Center for Advanced Study in Mathematics,
S. P. Pune University, Pune-411 007, Maharashtra

The General Secretary, Indian Mathematical Society (IMS),
invites applications from researchers working in Mathematics for the
to be given by the IMS every year.
The applications, along with the soft copy of the published paper and the documents indicating the proof of birth date/age should be sent to the General Secretary, IMS, by e-mail on the e-mail address so as to reach him on or before June 30 of the year of the Award.

Applications received after this date will not be considered.
Name of the Award:

A. M. Mathai Award.
(for best publication in Applicable Mathematics).

The Award:

(a) The award carries a citation and a cash prize of Rs.30,000/- (Indian Rupees thirty thousand only).
(b) The awardee will have to deliver a lecture based on the text of the paper for which the award has been conferred.
(c) The awardee will be paid TA to the extent of 2-AC rail fair from his/her place of residence in India or after landing in India (if not Indian citizen) and back. This expenditure shall be incurred by the host institute that organizes the Annual Conference of IMS during year. International travel shall not be supported in any event.
(d) The awardee shall be provided free local hospitality and accommodation during the period of conference by the host institute.

Terms and Conditions:

(e) The paper should contain significant original contribution in any branch of mathematics which has some applications in other fields such as Physical Sciences, Biological and Medical Sciences, Social Sciences, Probability and Statistics.
(f) The paper should be in single authorship.
(g) The author should be below 35 years as on the 31st December of the year of the Award.
(h) The author should be associated with any university/college/institution in India where the work was done and the paper must have a mention of the name of that institution as affiliation. The author need not be an Indian citizen.
(i) The paper must have been published either online or in print version during the year of the award. The paper must have been published in an internationally refereed journal. More weightage could be given to well established journals. The papers on routine generalizations, computations of formulae without proper analysis should not be considered for this award.
(j) The author should not submit more than one publication for this award.
(k) The author(s) should submit a paper only for one award instituted by the IMS.
(l) The paper sent for this award should not have been submitted or rejected for any other award.
(m) If there is no suitable quality paper in a particular year then this award may not be given in that year.

Modus operandi:

(n) The papers from all the contestants will be judged by at least three experts with impeccable record as mathematicians before finalizing by consensus the winner of the award.
(o) The experts may be named by the General Secretary in consultation with the President, the Academic Secretary and the two Editors, of JIMS and MS.
(p) The decision of the IMS shall be final and shall not be challanged in a court of law.

Prof. Satya Deo,
General Secretary, IMS,
Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Chhatnag Road,
Jhusi, Allahabad-211019 (Uttar Pradesh), India