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CBSE will be conducting the Eleventh All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination (AIEEE), Offline Examination on 29th April, 2012 (Sunday) and Online Examination for B.E./.B.Tech. only from 7th May to 26th May, 2012 for admission to degree level courses in Engineering and Architecture in National Institute of Technologies (NITs), Indian Institute of Information Technologies (IIITs), Centrally funded Institutions, Deemed Universities and Institutions in States/UTs (Other than those covered by Joint Entrance Examination) State Level Entrance Examination.

1. Subject Combination and Mode of Examination

Paper 1
Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics


Objective type questions with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics



Paper 2
Mathematics – Part I (Objective type questions)
Aptitude Test – Part II (Objective type questions)
& Drawing Test – Part III (questions to test Drawing Aptitude OFFLINE ONLY)

2. Schedule of Examination
will be conducted as per schedule given below:
A. Pen & Paper (Offline examination)

0930-1230 Hours (3 Hours)

Paper 1

Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics

1400-1700 Hours (3 Hours)
Paper 2
Mathematics – Part I
Aptitude Test – Part II &
Drawing Test – Part III
B. On line examination for B.E. /B.Tech only (Computer base testing)
7-05-2012 to 26.05.2012
1st shift (9.00 am to 12.00 noon) 2nd shift (2.00 pm to 5.00 pm) 3 Hours

Paper 1
Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics

Which books should be referred for IIT JEE ?

We have received hundreds of questions on the above subject. As the questions continue to pour in, we found it necessary to create a post on it.

IIT JEE is an entrance exam of international repute and IITs are considered at par with MIT by many. So, if you are an IIT aspirant, it is very much essential to prepare well in advance.

In this article we are focusing on Physics only

Know the fundamentals

Knowing the fundamentals is the first step. Learn your daily lessons well. In learning Physics, “Questioning Every Answer is more important than Answering Every Question”

Whenever you learn a new concept, try to get all the doubts clarified. Ask doubts and questions to your teachers. (If they don’t answer you satisfactorily, post them at www.askphysics.com )

Observe your surrounding and try finding examples on what you have learnt. The syllabus and books give you a framework on what to study; but don’t just limit your studies on books and syllabus. Search related information from real life and other sources of reference.


The very first book you cannot avoid is the NCERT TEXT BOOK for class XI and XII

These books are designed after thorough research and the exercises are carefully added. Be sure to solve all the exercises including the Additional Exercises

Here are some of the Books you can refer for practicing for IIT JEE

  1. Concepts of Physics (by H C Verma)
  2. Fundamentals of Physics (by Resnick, Hallidey)
  3. University Physics (Zemansky)
  4. Problems in Physics (IE Irodov)


By the by, having too much books will be a hindrance. It is better to start with the NCERT books and after mastering all the exercises take up Resnick Hallidey and after clarifying the concepts take up Problems from H C Verma’s concepts of Physics and then go on to IRODOV if time allows.

Wish you all the best.

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Preparing for IIT JEE Physics

Yudhvir asks: “Hello Sir!!! I m in 11th!! I want to do less work & more benefit!! I don’t like to study at all!!…but i have decided to do only DC Pandey!! is it enough for IIT preparation???”


Answer: No pain, no gain!

Whatever be the book you follow, understanding the basic concepts is all the most important. Make sure that you can solve all the solved and unsolved exercise in CBSE text book. These questions are originally set by a group of experts who are also among the question paper setters for IIT JEE. If you can solve the NCERT text book problems with ease, you have acquired the required standard. Then you may take up any book for solving additional problems.

If you have any doubt, feel free to ask here.

Best if luck!

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How to prepare for IIT JEE?

Surya Kant Dwivedi asks: “I am always confused in Physics that how can i do my best in Physics. It is my weakest portion in ’PCM’. Please guide me.

Excelling in Physics in IIT JEE requires systematic planned preparation. The first step is to make sure that you can solve all the exercises from NCERT text book (including the solved examples and additional exercises) confidently and completely. This ensures that you have sufficient exposure and you are up to the standard expected of you.

The next step is to get a good collection of questions asked previously in IIT JEE and solve them. If you are not able to solve a problem, you are welcome to post it here.

Recommended Books:

Fundamentals of Physics (Resnick Hallidey)

Concepts of Physics (HC Verma)

Irodov Problem in Physics


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Demo Chapters from Vidya Drishti – A site by IITitans for IIT aspirants


  • SHM 1 (PowerPoint presentation; best viewed in office 2007) Click here
  • Coulomb’s Law (PowerPoint presentation; best viewed in office 2007 Click here
  • Solved problems of kinematics (PowerPoint presentation; best viewed in office 2007)Click here
  • Solved problem of Newton’s Laws (pdf file) Click here

Find more and purchase course materials online at http://www.vidyadrishti.com

Government Has Decided to Introduce Two IIITs In The Northeast

The Central government is planning to set up two new Indian Institutes of Information Technology in the northeastern region. While addressing the All India Editors conference, Ms. Purandeswari, Minister of State for Human Resource Development said, “The locations are being worked out.” The minister informed that 44 new colleges and six engineering colleges will be launched in northeastern states. Ms. Purandeswari said, “Out of the 10 new National Institutes of Technology (NIT) proposed to be opened in the country during the 11th Five Year Plan, 6 NITs are proposed to be opened in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim.”

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