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resnick and halliday for iitjee

So everybody know about the classic fundamentals of physics by halliday resnick walker. I have studied this book and it is a good and has been around since very long time.

The original text by Halliday, Resnick and Walker has been adapted into two volumes to meet the IIT-JEE needs.

The revised edition of Vol.1 as well as the new Vol. 2 contain new end-of-chapter material with all question types as per IIT-JEE pattern: Reasoning and Assertion type, Multiple-choice and Problems.

In both volumes, the text has been rearranged as per the IIT-JEE syllabus and many new topics have been included in the original chapters to make the coverage more complete.

NIT students can make lateral entry into IIT’s

The highly competitive Joint Entrance Exam will no longer be the only route to the much-coveted campus of the Indian Institute of Technology. In a watershed decision, the board of IIT directors has decided to permit National Institute of Technology (NIT) students to complete their final year in an IIT.

On January 7, the proposal will be placed before the meeting of the Standing Committee headed by HRD minister M M Pallam Raju. Once cleared, lateral entry into the IITs will alter the landscape of higher education and ensure that academic high-flyers get access to the best.

The move will work at two levels: one, it will utilize the IIT resources optimally; two, the IITs will be able to attract better students and groom them for their PhD programme, thus boosting the count of doctoral fellows. The suggestion was made by the Anil Kakodkar committee in its April 2011 report titled ‘Taking IITs to Excellence and Greater Relevance’.?

IIT Bombay ties up with edX to offer MOOCs

The Indian Institute of Bombay (IIT Bombay) is joining edX which is a not-for-profit initiative that offers online classes at no charge,, the massive open online courses (MOOCs) platform created by Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Through this collaboration, IIT Bombay plans to make available to some of its regular courses to students across India and the world in the form of open online courses.

IIT Bombay thus joins a list of some of the best colleges and universities across the globe such as Berkeley, Australian National University, McGill, Cornell University, University of Honk Kong, Kyoto University, Boston University that are already part of edX.


Tips to take good notes in the class

Good note taking is one of the important steps to success in Exam’s.Good notes capture the most important facts and enable you to understand how every fact

fits into a larger puzzle.Here are some of the tips

1) Don’t write the each word of the teacher.Summarize your notes in your own words, not the instructor’s.

2)Take down key words and concepts, not sentences.Develop your own system of abbreviations or symbols (such as w/ for “with” or math symbols such as > or =)

to take down key poin