Course Videos

  • 1

    Mathematics

    • Class 1 - Summation Notation

    • Class 1 - Pie Notation

    • Class 1 - Factorial Notation

    • Class 1 - Concept of Modulus with Simple Illustrations

    • Class 2 - Wavy Curve Method

    • Class 2 - Sets Relations Functions Part 1

    • Class 2 - Sets Relations Functions Part 2

    • Class 2 - Mathematical Induction

    • Class 2 - Logarithm Part 1

    • Class 2 - Logarithm Part 2

    • Class 2 - Equation Vs. Identity

    • Class 2 - A.M/G.M/H.M - Inequality

    • Class 3 - Basics Trigonometry Part 1

    • Class 3 - Basics Trigonometry Part 2

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 3

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 4 A

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 4 B

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 5 A - 1

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 5 A - 2

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 5 A - 3

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 5 A - 4

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 5 A - 5

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 5 B

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 6

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 7

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 8

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 9

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 10 A

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 10 B

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 10 C

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 10 D -1

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 10 D -2

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 10 E -1

    • Class 3 - Trigonometry Part 10 E -2

    • Class 4 - Straight Lines Class 1

    • Class 4 - Straight Lines Class 2

    • Class 4 - Straight Lines Class 3

    • Class 5 - Beginners Calculus Part A

    • Class 5 - Beginners Calculus Part B

    • Class 5 - Beginners Calculus Part C

    • Class 5 - Beginners Calculus Part D

    • Class 5 - Beginners Calculus Part E

    • Class 6 - Complex Numbers Basics Part A

    • Class 6 - Complex Numbers Basics Part B

  • 2

    Physics

    • Class 1 - Part A - Basic definition of vectors

    • Class 1 -Part B - Addition of vectors

    • Class 1 - Part C - Triangle law of vectors

    • Class 1 - Part D - Subtraction of vectors

    • Class 1 - Part E - Unit vectors

    • Class 1 - Part F - Decomposing a vector

    • Class 2 - Part A - Recapitulation of Resolution of Vectors

    • Class 2 - Part B - Dot Product

    • Class 2 - Part C - Determinants

    • Class 2 - Part D - Cross Product

    • Class 3 - Part A - Recapitulation of Dot Product

    • Class 3 - Part B - More on Position Vectors Displacement

    • Class 3 - Part C Section Formula

    • Class 3 - Part D - Example on Vectors Algebra

    • Class 3 - Part E - Example of Semi Circle

    • Class 4 - Vectors Discussions

    • Class 5 - Part A - Vectors Check Point

    • Class 5 - Part B - Some More Ideas on Vectors

  • 3

    Chemistry

    • Mole Concept Part - 1

    • Mole Concept Part - 2

    • Concentration of solution

    • Redox Reaction Part - 1

    • Redox Reaction Part - 2

Mentor

Malaya Khandelwal

B.Tech from IIT Madras and M.S. (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) has 20 years into mentoring JEE aspirants. Way back he quit his comfortable job in the US and attached fresh rudders for a new voyage. Treating Maths and Physics with an integrated approach, as if they were two sides of the same coin, brought him distinction as a mentor. Maintaining focus on problem solving, he helped a full generation sail past an otherwise turbulent sea. He has stood eminently enviable in the fraternity, having created not just students who stood tall in the corporate amidst appalling competition but also mentors and teachers who made a difference. His efforts have earned him recognition from a full generation. His appetite to deliver remains intact.

Tapan Singh

Chemistry can remain a ‘mystery’ if you are not in competent hands. Of the very few people in the country who can deliver every aspect of chemistry end to end, Tapan is one. It’s not easy to see with the white of your eyes, the molecules, and the atoms and their interplay, if Tapan is not your chemistry mentor. To bring to life the mechanisms of organic chemistry, it warrants, somebody of the stature of Tapan Singh to be there. To make inorganic chemistry as vibrant as organic, you need Tapan. With a demeanor that is otherwise serious, Tapan Singh has all the deliverables in place.

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