JEE Advanced 2 lakh students are shortlisted from the JEE Main to take part in the JEE Advanced exam. This is the erstwhile IIT JEE, where JEE main has taken the role of the AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Exam). This is considered to be one of the most difficult and competitive tests in the
India is home to some of the best engineering colleges in the world. Apart from the premier engineering institutes like the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISC), there are Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs), several other state funded and self-financed engineering institutions in the country. While many states and institutes have their own engineering entrance exams, getting into the top engineering colleges like IITs, IISC, BITS Pilani, NITs, etc. needs one to crack national level entrance exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, etc. Find out everything you need to know about these engineering entrance exams in these section.
Pythagoras theorem has a wide range of applications whether in trigonometry or any other mathematical concepts. It makes everything so easy that no one can resist falling in love with this theorem. So let’s find out the origins of the Pythagoras theorem and understand some facts. How was this theorem discovered? The Pythagorean theorem
To balance between JEE Main preparation and that of the school board exams is the dilemma of every student preparing for both these exams. But how does one manage that? Both of these exams are different from one another, and so their preparation strategy differs too. Let’s take a look at how you can achieve
Ever watched outside your window; how the sunshine enters in and still no dust particles come along? Isn’t it great that you can see the light but can’t feel all the scorching heat of the sun? It’s just a comforting warmth of the sun that comes in. Well, all thanks to the glass that acts
JEE is that exam where you can take all the help that you can get. So we listed out some of the best quotes we found just for you! Practice till you perfect it! Have a goal and stick by it! Don’t stop! Move on! Success is never simple. Don’t give
Thinking about exam times? Can’t stand the pace? Heart misses a beat on hearing about exams?There is a lot of tension during exams- ‘Will I be able to answer the questions?’, ‘Have I done enough revision?’ – these are indications of nervousness that is probably familiar to all students. Well, there are various things that can help you
When only 4 months are left to prepare for JEE – don’t panic. Covering an entire course in 4 months needs a scientific approach. Here’s what else you need to do. Planning Generally students solve only those chapters they are comfortable. Students ignore those chapters they are generally weak in. But to clear IIT
We have the answer! Use interesting ways to make Physics fun by; Using imagination Imagination is critical to understand Physics. Visualizing your problems will make it easier to solve them. Making detailed diagrams Most questions generally have instructions like ‘calculate an object with x velocity.’ So draw the given problem or even sketch it.
Many of us know that we want to become an engineer, but to decide which field of engineering to choose is very difficult for us. Why is it so? Well, because engineering consists of computer science, mechanics, biology, environment, aeronautics etc. Engineering is vast. The range of engineering directions can be overwhelming at times. But when
We get thousands of students asking for an ideal time to study. So with the help of our in-house expert, we came up with an personalized timetable which should work every student aspiring for JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Weekdays 6.30 am – 6.45 am Wake up time! It’s time to stretch and