Disha Publication Comes Up with Best IIT JEE Materials

IIT-JEE mains and advanced


Preparing for the prestigious IIT-JEE is in no way, a short cut to success. A gruesome preparation period followed by a consistency which serves best to all the queries related to exams is what becomes critical. IIT is, by all means, not a child’s play. Thus, one needs to go through the entire syllabus several times alongwith religiously practicing from question papers of previous years.

Disha Publication, striving to deliver the best material for preparation on IIT-JEE mains and advanced, is also, one of the premier publication houses in India which has been able to pull off this job really well. Disha makes sure that it has ample collection of engineering exams’ preparation material so that those appearing for entrances in engineering courses can easily rely on that.

IIT- JEE or joint entrance exam is India is a common entrance examination conducted to get admission in engineering courses. Earlier, what used to be called AIEEE, for conducting entrance exams, has now been evolved into JEE main and advanced respectively. Clearing JEE mains provides a gateway to admissions in NIT and other private colleges. Though, it’s through clearing JEE main and advanced both, that one could get admissions in reputed colleges like IIT and ISM.

Disha Publications has a wide range of books especially designed for those who are preparing for IIT-JEE advanced, ranging from subject-wise preparation books to daily practice problem sheets with solved question papers.
Optics & Modern Physics for JEE Main & Advanced with Assessment has been prepared in a way that it solves all queries with utmost precision.

AIPMT Exams – How to crack it

And so it starts when a child is born into an Indian family and thereon, incessantly inculcated with the notion of becoming a doctor and engineer. Becoming either a doctor or an engineer is the only ‘chaste’ choices a child can have. Though, there are some who DO love the institution of science and medicine a bit too much than having to choose any other notable career (as if there’s any). Being a doctor does not only add a prefix ‘Dr’ to one’s name, but also testifies to the fact that this mere connotation is a result of invariable hard work mixed with a constant sincerity injected into studies for months.

AIPMT BOOKS for Preparation
AIPMT BOOKS for Preparation

Almost every aspiring medical student in India knows how much value AIPMT holds as it’s the golden gateway to enter into one of the best medical colleges of India.

The All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) is a yearly entrance exam conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)-Delhi, for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in various medical colleges across the country. The examination consists of one paper containing 180 objective type questions from physics, chemistry and biology. These are multiple choice questions which cover class 11th and class 12th syllabus. Physics and Chemistry part comprises of 45 questions each and Biology covers 90 questions.

Given thousands of students applying for AIPMT every year, the odds to get into a good medical institute become quite slim. However, the difference between the odds to crack AIPMT exams and not being able to crack it is ‘How and how much’ you prepare for it. Dismantle each concept to its core. Be it physics, chemistry or biology. Start from the scratch. Take up NCERT books and pin those topics which you find complicated. Work on them first and then go on further with another concept. Prepare your time schedule 12 months prior to the set date. Mostly, one prepares a time schedule 6-7 months before the exam and thus finds it quite tough to stick to that. And once adapting to the time schedule becomes easy, it’s too late. Divide all 3 subjects precisely. Biology portion covers 50 percent of the question paper. Thus, make sure that you give twice as much time to biology content as you give to chemistry and physics both. Once you are done with all the concepts, start revising class 11 syllabus first and move to class 12 syllabus only when you are finished with class 11 syllabus entirely. Go through solved papers which are available in the market. Solve them every day without ever missing out a single day until the exam date.

AIPMT surely might give you nights laden with endless coffee sessions to keep you awake, but imagine what if it all pays off and you get one of the best reputed colleges of India.

And one must never forget this golden rule while applying for AIPMT, ‘carelessness a day, keeps the ‘Dr’ away.’

Education system in India

Education system in India has been subjected to a constant scrutiny by West, over the recent years, owing to its rat-race notion, where securing high percentile is need of the hour and clearly, cramming and learning have become two different things.

Recent FYUP’s rollback by Delhi University further testified to the fact that caving in to international Under Graduate courses pattern as opposed to 10+2+3 structure didn’t prove to be much effective in India. Undoubtedly though, science and mathematics are two subjects which have outsourced many Indians worldwide, as engineers and reputed scientists, thus proving that the education system isn’t that fatal in here.
Yet, the question that looms large is how to create an efficient learning process which rather focuses on out-of-the-box thinking than mere rote learning.
Currently, 80% of all schools in India are governments schools, yet, privately owned schools are preferred by those who have better means, solely due to the poor quality of education govt. schools have. Things are to be taken care of at grass-root levels too. Primary and secondary education is as much significant as higher education is.

Graduate Aptitude Test

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering or GATE is an All-India examination which essentially tests complete understanding of various undergraduate subjects in engineering and science. It is conducted by Indian Institute of Science and Indian Institute of Technology on behalf of National Co-operation board. GATE scores are used for admissions to various post-graduate programs. And now, these same scores are also being used by Indian Public Sector Undertakings. Being regarded as one of the toughest exams of India to get through, GATE preparations act as a gateway to perpetual state of hard work followed with less or no time left to socialize and have fun. With over 30 subjects to prepare, an applicant must endure a period of struggle which is nothing short of a nightmare (if you aren’t a pro at studying for hours).
To begin with, GATE exam preparations must start 8-9 months prior to the exam date. Initially, all concepts of the respective paper must be thoroughly cleared. Aspirants must make sure that they cover almost entirely all the major concepts without leaving any scope for them to procrastinate for final preparations. Making notes of each topic will be quite helpful for revisions. The applicants must make sure that they allocate their time for all subjects equally and above all, maintain consistency all throughout.
Those who aren’t headstrong enough for the extensive preparation drills can always seek refuge to coaching institutes where getting accustomed to a disciplined schedule is much easier.
GATE examination has a negative marking pattern so students must ensure they answer those questions which they are confident about. A month before the set date should be reserved for rapid online tests where applicants can easily test their grasp over concepts.
Maintaining consistency and sleep are equally significant at times like these. Thus, no matter what, get adequate amount of sleep and prepare with the same conviction that must never whither. GATE, like any other competitive exam in India demands one thing, which is hard work and there’s absolutely nothing that pays off the way hard work does.