This textbook on Differential Calculus for engineering aspirants is based on the premise that problems in calculus are difficult but they are workable. The book has been divided into eight chapters covering Essential Mathematical Tools, Differentiation, Functions, Graphical Transformations, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability, dy/dx as a Rate Measurer and Tangents, Normal and Monotonicity, Maxima and Minima, each containing simple and engaging elaboration of the concepts of Differential Calculus. The contents of the book have been devised to cover the syllabi of and serve as a textbook for all engineering entrance examinations being conducted in India. The book covers the required calculus concepts and the strategies for solving the problems by breaking them down into easily manageable steps.
I have written several article where I have written about recommended books for various exams. This is one more article about books that a student can use for B.Sc. exams. Course structure of various indian universities vary but you can have books according to your needs and if you are planning to have a career in physics then you can consider buying books that you might benefit you when you go for your masters degree in physics. You can always hunt down your college library for these books.
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.
Many times i have had users ask me a question which book to opt between H.C Verma Concepts of physics and NCERT physics books. My answer is you can keep both the books set for your preparation as NCERT is nice book to learn a good concepts and is according to the exam level of class 11 and class 12.