NEET 1 Year Online Course
NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is India's national entrance test for medicine and dentistry courses TG Campus® through its 1 year Online Course brings to you the chance to learn from the specialists of NEET.
- 584 Lecture Hours
- 68 Hours of Doubt Removals
- 400+ Chapter Tests
- 5+ Unit Tests
- 10 NEET Sample Papers
- Unlimited Hours of Self Practice Tests
- 170+ Course Materials
- Recordings of all Live Sessions
Batch Start Date:
1st April, 2020
The NEET exam can be segregated into three sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
The Physics portion of the NEET 1 year TG Course helps the student in understanding concepts like Electrostatics, Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating current, Modern Physics, Optics, and lastly Semiconductors. The 1 year course also includes the revision topics of Mechanics, Gravitation, Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves.
While the Physics portion deals with the physical aspects of Nature, the Chemistry section of the NEET 1 year TG course gives an insight of Solid State, Solution, p and d Block Elements, Chemical Kinetics, Organic Chemistry including Polymers and Biomolecules. We wind up the chemistry portion of the course with the revision of topics like Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry, Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium, Thermodynamics and so on.
The last section of the NEET 1 year TG Course is the Biology section deals with topics such as Reproduction, Genetics and Evolution, Biotechnology, Biology and Human Welfare, and so on. We also include the topics of Diversity in Living World, Structural Organization of Plants and Animals, Cell structure and function, Human and Plant Physiology, and so on for the revision of the students.
Please review Course Details for the complete syllabus in detail.
|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|
|Genetics and Evolution||11||3||14|
|Biology and Human Welfare||6||3||6|
|Biotechnology and Its Applications||4||1||4|
|Ecology and Environment||8||3||9|