## Supernumerary Seats for Female Candidates for JEE Advanced 2018

IIT Council has decided to improve the gender balance in the undergraduate programs at the IITs from the current (approximately) 8% to 14% in 2018-19 by creating supernumerary seats specifically for female candidates This is without any reduction in the number of seats that was made available to non-female candidates in the previous academic year (i.e. academic year 2017-2018). Accordingly, to achieve this objective,in accordance … Continue reading Supernumerary Seats for Female Candidates for JEE Advanced 2018 »

## Speech Writing Samples on 7 Speeches that Changed the History

Speech Writing Samples on the Most Influential Speeches in the History Check some useful tips from the experience of renowned orators in the world history. Enjoy speech writing samples that influenced the history. Speech Writing Samples on 7 Speeches that Changed the History The history knows multiple persons who had a great influence on great masses. Those outstanding people changed the course of the history … Continue reading Speech Writing Samples on 7 Speeches that Changed the History »

## Fictitous Force and Free falling Elevator

A non inertial Frame of Refrence is the frame of refrence which is having acceleration a. Example Free Falling elevator
Newtons law are valid in inertial frame of refrence only. We cannot apply them as it is in non inertial frame of refrence as it left out the acceleration of the object because of the frame of refrence.
Let me provide simple example to illustrate this.

## Overview of electrostatics and electricity

Overview of electrostatics and electricity Electrostatics involves electric charges namely positive and negative charges, the forces between them which is known as electric force , the field that surrounds them, and their behavior in materials. Coulumb’s law is the simple relation that governs electrostatic interactions and the field around the charges is described using the concept of electric field. Coulumb’s law is a inverse square … Continue reading Overview of electrostatics and electricity »

## Problem solving tricks-Right hand rules (Magnetic fields due to currents)

Right hand rule for cross product:-
Consider that c is the cross product of two vectors a and b i.e.,
c=a x b
If direction of vector a is along the x axis and that of b along z axis then direction of vector c could be find using right hand rule for cross products.