IIT JEE Main & Advanced 1 Year Online Course
The unusual features of the JEE-main-advanced 1-year online course will help aspirants to overcome this tough Exam. Live sessions, Practice tests will help you to become excel in the IIT JEE exam syllabus with the help of top-notch faculty.
- 626 Lecture Hours
- 66 Hours of Doubt Removals
- 400+ Chapter Tests
- 10+ Unit Tests
- 10 Main and Advance Sample Papers
- Unlimited Hours of Self Practice Tests
- 200+ Course Materials
- Recordings of all Live Sessions
Batch Start Date:
1st April, 2020
The JEE Main/Advance 1 Year Course consists of mainly three parts i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
The Physics portion of the course includes the all-important topics across boards and also of JEE i.e. Electricity and Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current along with Optics and Modern Physics. A special stress has also been given towards the revision of important topics of Mechanics, Mechanical Properties of Solids and Fluids, Thermodynamics and so on.
The Chemistry portion of the course is no different as it covers the topics of Solid State, Solution and Colligative Properties, the p, d and f – Block Elements and so on. The Course delves into the basics of coordination compounds to the complex nature of organic reactions. There is also a revision of the very important concepts of Mole Concepts, Atomic Structure, General Organic Chemistry so that student can clearly solve every question that is asked.
The Mathematics portion of the course consists of very important topics like Calculus, Inverse Trigonometry, 3D Geometry and so on. Apart from this, the course includes the topics of Complex Numbers, Sequences and Series, Permutations and Combinations, Binomial Theorem, Probability, Matrices and Determinants, Functions and so on as the revision of these concepts are of utmost importance.
Taking a view of the course, the topics of the course are selected and deliberated upon by considering the needs of students preparing for JEE Main and Advance.
|Electricity and Magnetism||29||2||15|
|Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current||9||1||7|
|Optics and Modern Physics||18||2||16|
|Solid State, Solution and Colligative Properties||7||3||12|
|Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics||7||2||12|
|Nuclear Chemistry and Surface Chemistry||6||1||2|
|General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements||9||1||3|
|p, d and f Block Elements||9||2||11|
|Benzene and Alkyl Benzene||2||1||2|
|Alkyl Halides, Aryl Halides, Alcohols, Ethers and Phenols||8||2||6|
|Aliphatic and Aromatic Aldehydes, Ketones and Acids||10||3||8|
|Aliphatic Compounds Containing Nitrogen||6||1||2|
|Biomolecules, Chemistry in Everyday Life and Polymers||6||1||2|
|Limits, Continuity and Differentiability||9||2||18|
|Inverse Trigonometry and Properties of Triangles||6||1||4|
|Vectors, Matrices and Determinants||11||1||15|