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2:15 AM on May 1, 2010 
I have seen that many students prepare for IIT-JEE after passing their 12th board exam.They take a one year break from their normal academic studies ( some of them don't even take admission in college) to prepare for this prestigious entrance exam.But soon they face a dilemma.They do not understand that how they should plan their preparation.Some of them get so confused regarding their preparation plan for IIT-JEE that they start feeling frustrated.Negative thoughts begin to crop up in their mind every now and then.And it is not un-usual.They have taken a risk by keeping away from regular academic studies for one year just to prepare for the IIT-JEE. And the confusion created in their mind regarding an ideal preparation methodology make them sceptical about their own capabilities. And they feel unable to understand that what they should do to propel them selves to the fast track preparation for IIT-JEE by removing all the mental confusion.

I am writing this article to help such students.

See, there can not be one plan that is suitable for all students.So what I am writing below is not meant to be followed blindly. You read it. Take some hint from it.Then you formulate your own plan that suits your style of study and life.

Since you have already passed 12th and you intend to prepare for IIT-JEE, I think you are a fairly good student.So now you should spend one month to revise the theory and concepts of the entire 11th and 12th syllabus in each subject.Solve all the questions contained in your NCERT book while revising the theory. Note down all the weak areas.Then with the help of able teachers you should study those weak topics again. Take personal tuition if necessary.

After this, your confidence will get strengthened because you will know in your heart that you have the knowledge of the entire syllabus in each subject.And now you should start solving entrance type questions in each subject from some good IIT-JEE guide or other suitable study material.You should study extra concepts in those topics in which your already gained knowledge is not proving enough to solve all questions.

Solve questions from different chapters cyclically, that is, in any subject you should select a chapter and solve some questions from it.Then you should move to next chapter.Solve questions from that chapter too.Then move to next chapter... and so on. In this way you will solve questions of all the chapters in that subject.After this you should again return to the first chapter and follow the same sequence of moving from one chapter to other until you solve all the chapters again.Then again you should start a new cycle of question solving.In this way keep solving questions from all chapters in each subject periodically.

During this phase of your preparation you should keep revising the concepts and theory of different topics in each subject periodically.I will suggest, you should make a plan on a calender in which you can write the schedule of your revision.Every topic in each subject must be revised at least once every month.

Soon you will get filled with confidence.Your mind will be full of positive thoughts.To further strengthen your preparation you can solve MODEL QUESTION PAPERS in each subject.Study extra in those topics whose questions you find difficult to solve in these Model Question Papers.You can also join the test series of some good coaching for more practice.

Keep working in this way until the day of IIT-JEE.You should also appear in other exams like AIEEE, BITS-Pilani Entrance, DCE entrance...etc.
Reply piyush mishra
2:14 AM on May 1, 2010 
WARNING:- Never use too many books.Always study from one or at most two good books.First study a chapter from a text book and only after finishing from text book, you should use any guide or reference books You should not buy all the following books.Buy one text book and one IIT-JEE guide in each subject. Go to a book shop and see all the books listed below.The one that appeals you more is the one that you should buy.

Recommended Books:

1. NCERT-books;
2. Concept of Physics-by H.C.Verma : Exercises and solved numericals of this book are of high quality;
3. Plane Coordinate Geometry- by S.L.Loney: Contains detailed treatment of the subject.But style of presentation is a bit old fashioned.
4. IIT-Maths-by M.L.Khanna;
5. IIT Guides-Tata McGrow Hill Publication;
6. MCQ Maths-by Das Gupta(Bharti Bhavan Publication);
7. PHYSICS Part 1&2-by Resnik and Halliday;
8. Book by IRODOV for Problems in Physics.
9. Maths books by K.C.Sinha from Student's Friends Publication;
10. Books and Guides of Arihant Prakashan:There are several titles available for IIT-JEE in this publication.Choose the suitable one that fulfills your requirement. Objective Approach to Physics/Maths published by Arihant Prakashan are good books.
11. Books and Guides of MTG- Publication:There are several titles available for IIT-JEE in this publication.Choose the suitable one that fulfills your requirement.

FOR any help or query contact me (J.P.Sinha) on my mobile "+91 9871 222 426"(it is a New Delhi mobile number).Please call only between 8.00am and 10.00am IST

Selecting text book for Physics: Advice

Many students ask to me "From which book should I study Physics?".The wording of their Question gives an impression to me that the availability of great number text books in Physics for IIT-JEE preparation has totally confused them.

My advice to all such students is very simple and straight forward: read basic concepts from any one good book. Do not read any topic from too many books. Start a topic or a chapter by reading it from NCERT first.Solve all problems contained in NCERT.Then do some problems of the type asked in entrance exams from that topic. After this, you will be able to judge for yourself if reading that topic/chapter from some advanced book is necessary or not. If you feel that what you learnt from NCERT is not enough to solve questions in competitive exams then (and only then !) read that topic from some other advanced book.For this you can use "Resnik and Halliday's book". Other books can also be used according to your personal preference.

Other articles of this series:

1. Part-1:-This explains how you can begin your preparation when you enter class- 11th .
2. Part-2: This explains how you can give your preparation a good finish.
3. Part-3:-This explains how you can solve problems in PHYSICS and MATHS.
4. Preparation after passing 12th board exam: I have written this article for those students who have already passed 12th and are preparing for IIT-JEE/PMT.
5. Board Exam:-This explains how you can get high marks in PHYSICS and MATHS in Board Exam.
6. LIST OF ALL Articles:-On this page you can find the list of all the articles written by me any where on the net.I have provided hyper-links to let you go to the articles quickly.
Reply piyush mishra
2:10 AM on May 1, 2010 
National Institutes of Technology (NITs)

National Institutes of Technology - Seventeen Regional Engineering Colleges (REC's) were established in various States as a joint and co-operative enterprise of the Central and the State Governments concerned. Each REC was to function as an all-india institution admitting students and recruiting faculty from all parts of the country. Fifty percent of the admissions of these institutions (each of which was be meant to equipped for a total annual student intake of 250) was reserved for students from States other than the one in which they are located. In addition to under-graduate courses, these Colleges also offered Post-graduate courses in various fields.

In 2003, the Seventeen erstwhile Regional Engineering Colleges (RECs) were rechristened as National Institute of Technology (NITs) were taken over as fully funded institutes of the Central Government and granted deemed university status. In addition, Central Government has also taken over 3 other Institutes namely Bihar Engineering College, Patna, Government Engineering College, Raipur, and Tripura Engineering College, Agartala, and converted them into National Institute of Technology(NITs) on 28th January 2004, 1st December 2005 and 1st April 2006 respectively. Thus the total number of NITs has gone up to 20. These institutes are expected to be at par with other national level technical institutes and be able to fulfill the demand of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate level of education in engineering and technology. An Act, namely the National Institute of Technology Act, 2007, has since been enacted by Parliament. So as to provide a common statutory framework for all NIT.
The total budget allocation for all NIT's for the year 2006-2007 was increased to Rs. 110.00 crore under Plan and Rs. 200.00 crore under Non-Plan, from about 70.00 crores under Plan and 118.00 crores under Non-Plan at the time of conversion.
The NITs offer admissions to the students only on the basis of AIEEE (All India Entrance Examination for Engineering). According to the Central Counselling Board for AIEEE, the total number of students who appeared for AIEEE 2007 is 635400 while the total number of seats sanctioned for the engineering through central counselling is only 13124. Institutes offering the sets fully through AIEEE are mainly NITs, IIITs and someother self-financing and central or state government funded institutes. Almost every engineering institute in India offers 15% seats of sanctioned strength for the admission through AIEEE. For 2007 the total sanctioned strength for India is 550986 in 1511 institutes. Excluding the sanctioned strength of 13124 from the above-mentioned institutes, the remaining 1474 institutes offer 80679 seats through AIEEE. This implies that the 635400 students appearing for AIEEE compete for 93800 sanctioned seats. This indicates a selectivity of 14.7%. The total sanctioned strength for the NITs is 9250 (2007-8). If we assume that the first preference of students is the NITs, we obtain a selectivity of 1.5%.
List of the NITs :

1. National Institute of Technology(NIT) Agartala

2. National Institute of Technology Allahabad

3. National Institute of Technology Bhopal

4. National Institute of Technology Calicut

5. National Institute of Technology Durgapur

6. National Institute of Technology Hamirpur

7. National Institute of Technology Jaipur

8. National Institute of Technology Jalandhar

9. National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur

10. National Institute of Technology Karnataka

11. National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra

12. National Institute of Technology Nagpur

13. National Institute of Technology Patna

14. National Institute of Technology Raipur

15. National Institute of Technology Rourkela

16. National Institute of Technology Silchar

17. National Institute of Technology Srinagar

18. National Institute of Technology Surat

19. National Institute of Technology Trichy

20. National Institute Of Technology Warangal


Placement Statistics of Few NITs

NIT Tiruchirappalli

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad

National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur