How to score well in Organic Chemistry!

If you wish to score 90% and above in Organic Chemistry, you should follow these guidelines: a) Make your basic concepts related to GOC, Isomerism and Hydrocarbons very clear from any fundamental book and practice lots of questions based upon them. More the exposure of questions, more will be your confidence level. Concentrate on small... Continue Reading →


All you need to know about JEE Main 2019

JEE Main 2019 is being conducted by National Testing Agency(NTA) and will be totally online. It will be conducted twice, in January and April 2019. The exam will be taken by 12-13 lakh students from all over India. The criteria of age limit has been removed by NTA for JEE Main 2019. Candidates who have... Continue Reading →

Time table of a JEE Aspirant!

There cannot be a single time table that can apply to everyone. One has to consider his/her own constraints before making a time table. Also, it needs to be considered, whether we are talking of a XI/XII/Dropper student. So, here we will outline general criterion which should be taken care of while making a time... Continue Reading →

Tips to strengthen Physics for IIT-JEE

Physics is one such subject which requires good conceptual clarity, strong visualisation and sufficient practice to master it. One can follow HC Verma for the first level of preparation for JEE and take it further with practice from DC Pandey for JEE Advanced. If we look at Physics from Chapter wise point of view, one... Continue Reading →

Tips to prepare for Computer based JEE/NEET

These tips will be helpful for the students who are going to appear for  Computer based JEE/NEET for this term. Even though today’s generation is well versed with PC/Tablets/Mobile usage, then also it is important to practice ahead for online exam mode. Take some mock exams in the same environment to familiarize yourself. Start reading... Continue Reading →

Strategy to prepare for NEET 2019

First of all, keep the syllabus prescribed for NEET 2019 handy. Secondly, fix a time table for self study and follow it regularly, without any major changes. Thirdly, NCERT should be the base book along with one reference book per subject, which should be keenly followed. Fourthly, MCQ practice must be self evaluated by tallying... Continue Reading →

Career opportunities for Engineering Graduates.

There never was any dearth of opportunities for Engineering Graduates .Candidates can either join the private sector, public sector or the government and can become one of the following depending on the interest and skill set. Electronics Engineer Software Engineer Civil Engineer Electrical Engineer Nuclear Engineer Petroleum Engineer Agriculture Engineer Automobile Engineer Aerospace Engineer Mechanical... Continue Reading →

JEE Main 2018 analysis

The pattern of JEE Main 2018 was more or less same as that of previous years where total 90 questions were asked(30 for every subject). In comparison with JEE Main 2017, this year paper was comparatively difficult. The overall paper was around 25%higher  on the difficulty side. Out of the 90 questions, 40 were asked... Continue Reading →

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