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									 INFORMATION BROCHURE FOR IIT-JEE                                   1
                                        CONTENTS
1. About the Managing Director                                  2-2


2. Pearls of Wisdom                                              3-7


3. Introduction : About Paradise Institute                       8 - 12


4. A word of advice                                             13 - 16


  Study plan for the whole year


  How to face the exam


  Tips for preparation


  On the way to success mission


5. Aggregate total and subject-wise marks for the
    first and last admitted candidates in IIT-JEE 2008          17 -17


6. Subject wise cutoffs and aggregate cutoffs in IIT-JEE 2008   17 -18


7. Trends analysis of IIT-JEE From 2001 to 2009                 19 - 19


8. Trends analysis of AIEEE from 2002 to 2009                   20 - 23


9. Top 110 Engineering colleges in India                        23 - 25


10. Top 25 Private Engineering colleges in India                26 - 26


11. Test series program for Target IIT-JEE 2010                 27 - 29


12. Our Results of IIT-JEE 2008 in classroom course             30 - 39


13. List of faculties                                           40 - 40


14. Merit award                                                 41 - 41


15. Test series program for Foundation IIT-JEE 2011             42 - 55




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                ABOUT THE MANAGING DIRECTOR




                               Er. KUMAR AJIT
                                  (M. Tech., IIT Kanpur)

                               Managing Director
                          PARADISE INSTITUTE, Patna
                              Noted Academician
       About Author : One of the best physics teachers at the national level in his field,
    Er. KUMAR AJIT is regarded as a rare academic genius. He leads the Paradise Institute,
    Patna team which is responsible for Patna’s highest selection percentage. He had written
    solutions to I.E. Irodov’s Problems in General Physics, published by Pragati Prakashan,
    Meerut. He was qualified three times for I.A.S. (Mains) Examination with Physics and
    Mechanical Engineering.
       A man of absolute devotion, he leaves no stone unturned to help out a needy and deserving
    student. When asked about his teaching philosophy, he says:
        “I do not fascinate the student by bombarding him with exceptionally difficult problems,
    showing him that he knows nothing and then spoon feeding him. In fact, the best teaching is
    a process in which you can gradually uplift the student to a level where he/she himself/
    herself discovers the solutions to a variety of problems. Successful problem solving requires
    flexibility and imagination on the part of the student. Commonly these skills are
    developed by observation of examples and intense practice, both of which I aim to supply
    through the carefully prepared problem solving steps.”
           A perfectionist, he can hardly tolerate even a minor error. It is not surprising that
    the best and the most brilliant of the students hold him as their ideal.

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                                      PEARLS OF WISDOM
                            You can’t have success without the possibility of failure.
                     Success is not the key to happiness ; happiness is the key to success.
               Successful student don’t do great things; they only do small things in a great way.
             The first and most important step towards success is the feeling that we can succeed.
                 Believe big! The size of your success is determined by the size of your belief.
                        Success is not an accident; it is the result of our attitude efforts.
                             Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.
                   Formula for success : Think of your goals, ink your goals and act on them.
       Success does not depend on how much you know; it depends on how much of it you put to use.
                   Success is the results of preparation, hard work and learning from failures.
                                Success means getting your “but” out of the way.
                               Success is that old ABC-ability, breaks and courage.
                       Success is simple. Do what’s right, the right way, at the right time.
               Success is the intersection where the dreams and the hard work greet each other.
                        The word ‘Success’ is very small but achieving it makes you big.
                              Success is never permanent and failure is never final.
      A successful student is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him.
                               Every success story is also a story of great failures.
                                  Failure is the tuition fee you pay for success.
                                       Failure is success if we learn from it.
                             Success comes to those who fight hard against failures.
                               If you fear failure, you would never succeed in life.
                              The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed.
                           Cool headed and determined people always succeed in life.
    Most people don’t succeed in life because they don’t know what they want to achieve in the first place.
                        Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.
            Put your heart, mind and soul even to your smallest work.This is the secret of success.
               Your luck will not lead you to success; it’s you who makes your luck and success.
If you have the will to win, you have achieved half your success; if you don’t, you have achieved half your failure.
                   Some people dream of success; while others wake up and work hard at it.
  The difference between success and failure is the difference between doing exactly right and almost right.
                              Formula for success : under-promise and over-deliver.
                 Success is the ladder which cannot be climbed with your hands in the pocket.
                               Right attitude is the foundation of durable success.
                   Success results from inspiration, aspiration, desperation and perspiration.
   Fearless and courageous in your thoughts and actions, you will be able to reach the pinnacle of success.
                                       Success is a ladder not an escalator.
                                   Success comes to those who dare and act.
                               To know how to wait is the great secret of success.

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                                    The best route to success is hard work.
                             If you find joy in your work, you have found success.
                          Success is the ability to be happy and make others happy.
When you can think of yesterday without a regret and of tomorrow without fear, you are on the road to success.
          The first and the most important step towards success is the feeling that we can succeed.
                    Life is merely a series of opportunities for turning failures into success.
           In order to succeed, your desire for success should be stronger than your fear of failure.
                        Your mind is the sole author of your destiny and your success.
  Develop success from failure. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.
                               Patience and perseverance overcome mountains.
                                Patience and time can be our two best friends.
                           Patience is a flower that grows not in everyone’s garden.
                              If you have patience, you can do everything better.
                                            Patience works wonders!
                                     Patience is the companion of wisdom.
                        Patience is the tree whose root is bitter but the fruit is sweet.
                                Hard work with patience paves way to success.
            Work hard, keep patience and have faith in yourself; success will surely come to you.
                Without confidence, nothing is possible; with confidence nothing is impossible
                  If you have lost confidence in yourself, you have the universe against you.
                                   Confidence separates winners from losers.
              Look upwards with confidence, backwards with gratitude and forwards with hope.
If you have no confidence in yourself you are twice defeated in the race of life. With confidence, you have won
                                        even before you have started.
                      If you don’t have confidence, you’ll always find a way not to win.
                                   Confidence without humility is arrogance.
                                    Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.
                          There is no such word as impossible; it too is I-M-Possible.
                                   Believe in yourself; every thing is possible.
                The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in determination.
                                    Time is precious; do more in less time.
                                          Lost time never comes back.
                       If you take the opportunity at right time, you will surely succeed.
                       Everyone who thinks ahead of time is sure to be misunderstood.
The ultimate measure of a student is not where he stands in moments of comfort but where he stands at the
                                       times of challenge and crisis.
                          Train your senses-opportunity sometime knocks very softly.
                Our greatest glory is not in never falling but rising up every time after falling.
      A student may fall many times, but he won’t be a failure until he says that someone pushed him.
               Everyone experiences tough times; for success, find positive from the negative.
                             The best way to handle a mistake is to learn from it.

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Learn from your mistakes and always look to the future. In life, there is no ‘REWIND’ or ‘FAST-FORWARD’. We
                   have no option but to keep ‘PLAYING’ till God presses ‘STOP’ button.
        You may make mistakes but you are not a failure until you start blaming someone else for it.
                           Benefit from other’s mistakes instead of repeating them.
               The only man who never makes mistakes is the man who never does anything.
                   Battle of life is half won simply by keeping a positive attitude towards it.
              A strong positive mental attitude will create more miracles than any wonder drug.
                          A person with positive attitude is like a fruit of all seasons.
                                A faithful and true friend is the medicine of life.
    Everyone hears what you say; friends listen to what you say. Best friends listen to what you don’t say.
       Without goals and plans to reach them, you are like a ship that has set sail with no destination.
                   Obstacles are the things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.
  Nothing can stop the student with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing can help the
                                    student with wrong mental attitude.
   The important thing about a problem is not its solution; It’s the strength we gain in finding the solution.
                        If we are not a part of the solution, then we are the problem.
                       Problems are common to all, only attitude makes the difference.
                                 Problems are the price you pay for progress.
                           Our attitude creates problems; our attitude solves them.
                    Problems can become opportunities when right people come together.
                   Take your responsibility as a challenge and out-perform the competitor.
      Remember the three R’s-Respect for self, Respect for others and Responsibility for all your actions.
                              We all have ability; the difference is how we use it.
                      Vision is the ability to see what the end looks like before you start.
Ability is what you are capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you
                                                      do it.
                   Most people fail not because of lack of ability but for want of dedication.
                           We all have ability; how we use it makes the difference.
                                   The only disability in life is a bad attitude.
                            The best way to make a dream more real is to share it.
                      You can dream but it requires people to make the dream a reality.
                              If you want your dreams to come true, don’t sleep.
                            Dreams and dedication make a powerful combination.
                                  Build a dream and the dream will build you.
            Growth has no limit. keep revising your vision. Only when you dream it, you can do it.
                   Excuses are poor quality cement used to construct a building of failure.
          Ninety-nine percent of failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.
              Those who want to succeed, will find a way; hose who don’t, will find an excuse.
                                           Potential – use it or lost it !
                       Happiness is not something you find; it’s something you create.
                        The most happy is he who promotes the happiness of others.
                            The secret of happiness is to admire without desiring.
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                          Today’s neglected decisions become tomorrow’s crises.
            Good decisions come from experience, and experience comes from bad decisions.
                          Today’s neglected decisions become tomorrow’s crises.
                                Desire + Direction + Dedication = Destiny.
                             Hope is a good thing; and good things never die.
                         Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.
                             He, who does not hope to win, has already lost.
                               Prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
                            Don’t say you are tried; God works 24 hours a day.
                      In the end God will ask you, “What good did you do on earth?”
                         If we take care of today, God will take care of tomorrow.
                  The best way to detect your strength is to find out your weaknesses.
            Don’t waste your life in doubts and fears. Spend yourself on the work before you.
                Don’t run after the wealth;work hard and wealth will come looking for you.
               Do not wait for best idea. Implement the better idea and the best will follow.
                                 The best gift in the world is forgiveness.
                             The best way to predict the future is to create it.
                   People who gossip with you also gossip about you in your absence.
                            Many receive advice, only the wise benefit from it.
                    The world belongs to the optimists; pessimists are only spectators.
                        To hate someone is the worst disease a student can have.
                           Review past, control present and mould your future.
                   For some people life is a collection of days; for some it is a mission.
                                         Anger is a short madness.
                        Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.
                         Minds are like parachutes, they only function when open.
                                  If you fail to plan, then you plan to fail.
                        Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground.
                           Life is an orchestra; play in harmony for good music.
 Don’t cloud your eyes with tears when you miss on opportunity; keep your vision clear for the next one.
                          Winners make things happen. Losers let them happen.
              Anyone can make simple complicated. Creativity is making complicated simple.
                             The most difficult thing to open is a closed mind.
                      Admire others’ excellence if you want to make it your property.
                         Believe half of what you see and nothing that you hear.
                   We must always change and renew ourselves; otherwise we harden.
                             Fortune favors the bold but abandons the timid.
                         Teachers open the door but you must enter by yourself.
              If your heart is a volcano how can you expect flowers to bloom in your hands?
                     Skills aren’t enough; it’s your attitude that makes the difference.
A compromise is the art of dividing the cake in such a way that everyone believes he has the biggest piece.
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                           What is the use of running if you are on wrong road?
                Fear is the most damaging thing to human personality in the whole world.
                        When stones are thrown at you, turn them into milestones.
                             Optimism is the father that leads to achievement.
       Life is full of ups and down; it’s all about how you go through the ups and handle the down.
                If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.
                The student who cannot believe in himself, cannot believe in anything else.
Faith puts us in touch with infinite power, opens the way to unbounded possibilities, limitless achievements.
   If you desire anything from the core of your heart, then the whole universe assists you to achieve it.
                 Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline.
                Inner peace is a necessary condition to make peace with those around us.
                           A lie may take care of the present, but has no future.
                                   Life is not a race; it is an obstacle race.
                                    I change myself, I change the world.
                             Prepare and prevent instead of repair and repent.
                                         Hatred leads to destruction.
                            In all relationships the most important thing is trust.
                                          Talk Slowly; think quickly.
                          What does the morning sun say to you? Rise and shine.
                                    Legends are not born;they are made.
                                    Fear always springs from ignorance.
                                      You won’t win if you don’t begin.
                          The only people who never fail are those who never try.
                                  No defeat is final unless you stop trying.
                         Talent is what you possess; genius is what possesses you.
                         Speaking without thinking is shooting without taking aim.
                            Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.
                        fear is that little darkroom where negatives are developed.
                          Nothing great can ever be achieved without enthusiasm.
                           The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed.
                              Abilities are like plant; they need nurturing well.
                          A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.
                               To change life, one must first change attitude.
                        Weak men wait for opportunities; strong men create them.
                            Vision is seeing the opportunity inside the challenge.
                If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’t grow, we aren’t really living.
                  Develop a passion for learning; if you do, you will never cease to grow.
                     The most handicapped person in the world is a negative thinker.
                       Aim for stars; even if you fall short, you will reach the moon.
                                      Keep the faith and drop the fear.


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                                            Paradise Institute
                             (A premier Institute for IIT-JEE Entrance Exam)
Paradise Institute’s IIT-JEE Classroom centre aims to be one of kind, offering superior inputs to
students. Details such as duration of classes, total class hours, course material construction and mind preparation
of students have been analysed critically and addressed systematically.

With the introduction of more sophisticated learning aids, better facilities and more student-teacher interaction,
we have no doubt that our classroom courses will lead the way to IIT-JEE.

At Paradise’s IIT-JEE classroom centre, you will be taught by some of the most respected and sough-after
teachers in. Experts who have successfully put batch after batch of students through the IIT-JEE.
                                                   Our Mission
   ·     To make spiring intelligentsia of Paradise Institute, mentally tough, emotionally strong & intellectually
         sharp so that they can float quite efficiently and actively in the ever flowing and vast stream of technological
         advancement.
   ·     To inculcate a work culture among the student which not only enables them to peform in engineering
         competitions with flying colours but also to raise themselves to enviable heights in their career?
   ·     To develop a problem solving aptitude & an analytical frame of mind.
   ·     To pursue the endeavour to nurture the young talent.
   ·     To enable the Paradise Institute, to settle down with an engineering career which is intellectually challenging,
         professionally satisfying, socially prestigious & financially rewarding.

Why to study at Paradise Institute?
At Paradise Institute, we believe in providing prompt and personal attention to our students at every step. Our
comprehensive and rigorous training programs prepare you to get a high score at the IIT-JEE. In addition to the
regularly updated study material, our expert faculty provides Lectures and Group Discussion. Our 28 years of
expertise in IIT-JEE training has resulted in an outstanding performance by our students: 114 final selections in
IIT-JEE 2008 and 456 final selections in AIEEE-2008 within Rank 10,000. Highest number of selections
from Patna.
Our main features for classroom courses
   1.    Exhaustive study material (Detail theory, 20,000 Straight Objective Type, Multiple Correct
         Answers Type, Reasoning Type, Linked Comprehension Type, True - False Statement Type
         & Subjective Type).
   2.    Renowned, highly experienced & dedicated full time faculty.
   3.    Exercises based on the problems: fundamental and basics.
   4.    Exercises based on the problems: orientation to IT-JEE.
   5.    Exercises based on the problems asked in IIT-JEE in the last thirty one years.
   6.    Time management skills that will help you solve a large number of problems in a short time.
   7.    Regular monitoring of the topic wise time bound assignments.
   8.    Consolidate the knowledge by its application to problems.
   9.    Remove confusions/doubts by solving problems.
   10.   Sharpen the analytical ability by solving problems.
   11.   Enhance the grip on the subjects by solving problems.
   12.   Develop the confidence by solving problems
   13.   Enhance the examination temperament by solving problems.
   14.   Doubt removal sessions after every unit…. Availability of faculty for individual interaction.
   15.   Well organised structure of topic wise tests and rehearsal exams.
   16.   New and exciting problems in assignments and test.

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   17. Develop problem –solving skills and teach students how to apply concepts.
   18. Regular Test at chapter and unit level…….Feedback on individual student performance.
   19. In – depth explanation of fundamentals followed by guided practice and application of concepts to
       IIT-JEE level problems.
   20. Discussion on tips and shortcuts.
   21. Specifically structured programme tuned to the learning needs and test taking skills of IIT-JEE aspirants.
   22. White board with extra light to have better visual concentration of the students.
Our Study Material
The institute provides comprehensive study material covering all the three subjects. The study material has been
so designed that it does not leave any topic or aspect uncovered. Classroom presentation by the teachers and the
subject coverage in the Strategic Study material together constitute the core of our thrust for success.
       A.      Detailed Theory Section
               This part is aimed at building a clear concept and understanding of the fundamentals.
               The flow of the section is natural and smooth. Each lesson is carefully planned to motivate
               students and activate their reasoning process.

               The contents of each lesson are identical to what is taught in the class. The problem solving
               techniques, special remarks and notes are the main feature of this section. The lessons are so
               designed that even an average student can completely understand the concepts. The theory is
               well defined and self explanatory.
       B.      Objective type questions
               20,000 Objective type questions touch the very foundations of your understanding of the subject.
               This set consists of selected collection of Straight Objective Type, Multiple Correct Answers
               Type, Reasoning Type, Linked Comprehension Type,True - False Statement Type &
               Subjective Type.
Our Faculty and Classroom culture
Paradise Institute, teaching is not merely a profession. It is a mission to train students who would surely succeed
in IIT-JEE Entrance examinations. More emphasis is given on the topics that have substantial weight age in the
respective examinations. Few minutes at Paradise Institute are equivalent to hours spent by the student alone
and without any guidance.

Typical concepts and the fundamentals are presented in such a manner so that students find them very easy to
understand. The exhaustive lecture class is supplemented by ample of Tutorial sheet and study package. This
study package converse exhaustive solved problems and illustrates each and every fundamental in a properly
arranged and systematic fashion. These solved problems are continued by novelty practice problems. The solutions
to the practice problems are discussed only after the submission of student’s efforts.
Faculty members themselves design the study material provided to student, under the supervision
and guidance of Managing Director. This ensures a perfect co-relation with a class and study material.

After completion of complete syllabus, intensive discussion and doubt clarification session is promoted during
February & March.

Our Unique Training Philosophy
The most exciting dimension to our pedagogy is the modular approach in our course. Every section of Physics,
Chemistry & Maths is organised into tightly focussed modules. The modular approach contributes to more effective
teaching, greater integration of materials across academic disciplines and more course content.


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Every module comprises of the following stages:
Concept formation stage
This is the first stage, focussing on developing a clear understanding of the concepts and fundamentals of the
subject aims at building the grasping power of the students and simultaneously helps them to identify their
weakness and strengths. During this stage elaborate study material is provided so that the student has
no need of referring to books. The material is so designed that it motivates and stimulates the students
reasoning and analytical ability.
Skill development stage
During this sage the students are exposed to selected collection of problems. This involves solving the problems
which can test basic fundamentals. Special attention is given to clarify the doubts and problems faced by the
students.
Application stage
During this sage the students are given carefully selected problems to solve. This not only builds the confidence
of the students but also makes them familiar with the divergence nature and complexity of the problems. This
includes all innovative problems based on the latest trends in IIT-JEE examination. The students are given
sufficient range of questions so as to give them thorough exposure and practice in solving graded problems from
the entire syllabus.
Testing stage
The whole course is divided into modules. After completion of each module, self achievement test are conducted.
These diagnostic tests are performed to evaluate how much the student has grasped and to gauge his performance.
The test papers are evaluated with great care and the answer sheets are returned to the student with corrections
and comments. The student weaknesses are discussed and his difficulties are cleared. The question paper is
discusses thread bare in the class so that every student can have the benefit to the maximum from the exercise.
At the end of every semester, performance analysis is sent to parents. They are appraised to their wards performance
because we believe that parents contribution and commitment to the success of their child is absolutely necessary.
We believe in providing graphic representation of the results as this helps in instant indication of a student’s
performance.
                                               SAILENT FEATURES
 Its our challenge, which no other institute in India can claim that 85% questions in IIT-JEE - 2009 are very
 similar and 95% questions in AIEEE, BITSAT, VIT-Vellore W. Bengal-JEE, AMU (Engg.), Bihar & Jharkhand CECE
 First & Second Stage, COMED-K, Mh.CET, Orissa JEE - 2009, are same as that in our Research based
 Classroom objective Study Material of Physics, Chemistry & Maths. You can verify from our regular
 classroom course students.
 Full Course Fee will be refunded if the above claim will fail in IIT-JEE, AIEEE and other PET’s ’10 & ’11.
Paradise Institute offers tried, tested and trusted teaching methodology to train the students. It combines
 motivation for focus & upgradation, theoretical learning i.e., crystal clear concepts, practice, discussion, short cut
 methods for numericals, periodic assessment and great time management skill to improve knowledge,
 accuracy, confidence and speed.
 34 Regular Classroom Tests for Target Batch as Confidence Booster.
Highly Skilled faculties including IITians.
Exclusive Study Material on English, Logical Reasoning for BITSAT- ’10 & ’11.
Paradise Institute offers 5% to 40% scholarship to meritorious & deserving students.
Total Selections in IIT-JEE 08: 114 from Classroom Course.
Total Selections in AIEEE-08 : 456 within 10,000 from Classroom Course .
Highest Percentage Selection in Eastern India.
First Institute in Bihar which is based on VAASTU SHASHTRA
 & Centrally Airconditioned Classroom.
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                                               Our Courses
1 Year Target Course IIT-JEE/AIEEE-2010
Eligibility:                                   XIIth appearing/XIIth pass
Date of Commencement of Batch:                 8th, 17th & 26th May & 8th, 17th & 26th June
                                               8th, 17th & 26th July & 8th, 17th & 26th August
Classroom Timings in weekdays:                 6 days a week: 7 A.M. to 1 P.M. (Three classes each of 2hrs. duration.
                                               15 minutes break in between two classes.)
Fee details :                                  Rs. 40,000/=
Installments:                                  Down payment:       Rs. 25,000/=
                                                st
                                               1 Installment:      Rs. 5,000/= (After 1 month of admission)
                                                nd
                                               2 Installment:      Rs. 5,000/=(After 2 months of admission)
                                                rd
                                               3 Installment:      Rs. 5,000/=(After 3 months of admission)
One Time payment:                                           Rs. 35,000/-
2 Year Foundation Course IIT-JEE 2011
Eligibility:                                   Xth pass
Date of Commencement of Batch:                 8th, 17th & 26th May & 8th, 17th & 26th June
                                               8th, 17th & 26th July & 8th, 17th & 26th August
Classroom Timings in weekdays:                 3 days a week & 4 hrs a day from 4 P.M. to 8 P.M. (Two classes
                                               each of 2hrs. duration.15 minutes break in between two classes)
Fee details:                                   Rs. 50,000/=
Installments:                                  Down Payment:        Rs. 25,000/-
                                                st
                                               1 Installment:       Rs. 5,000/-(After 1 month of admission)
                                                nd
                                               2 Installment :     Rs. 5,000/-(After 2 months of admission)
                                               3rd Installment:     Rs. 5,000/-(After 3 months of admission)
                                                th
                                               4 Installment:       Rs. 5,000/-(After 4 months of admission)
                                                th
                                               5 Installment:       Rs. 5,000/-(After 5 months of admission)
One Time payment:                              Rs. 45,000/-
                                        MERIT CONCESSION SCHEME
                                          Category                                Concession
                              Olympiad Ist Level Qualified Student
                              (Physics (NSEP)/ Chemistry(NSEC)/                       40%
                              Mathematics (RMO)/
                              AIEEE Rank within 10,000
                              NTSE all Round qualified                                30%
                              students scoring 95% in Maths And                       Without
                              science in CBSE/ICSE/Sate Board/                        NTSE
                              AIEEE Rank within 15,000                                15%
                              NTSE all Round qualified                                20%
                              Students scoring above 90% in Maths                     Without
                              and science in CBSE/ICSE/State                          NTSE
                              Boards/AIEEE Rank within 20,000                         10%
                              NTSE all Round qualified                                10%
                              Students scoring above 80% in Maths                     Without
                              and science in CBSE/ICSE/State                          NTSE
                              Boards/ AIEEE Rank within 25,000                        5%

Note: If eligible for Merit Concession, Please submit necessary documents & Fees accordingly.

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          RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR PARADISE INSTITUTE

1.   During review tests, we advise students to be strictly honest in their own interest. However, if any
     student if found coping from his/her neighbour he/she will be terminated without any excuse.

2.   We do not appreciate students missing any classes or test without our prior permission.

3.   Students must be punctual and disciplined.

4.   Fee once paid is neither refundable nor transferable under any circumstances.

5.   The student has to maintain strict discipline in the class.

6.   Misbehaviour with professors, staff or colleagues by any student will not be pardoned.

7.   The decision of management is final.

8.   Students are expected to inform us about their Roll Numbers of various competitive examinations,
     they are appearing.

9.   Paradise Institute will be entitled to use photographs.

10. Three colour passport size photographs must be attached with the admission form.

11. Students are not allowed to interact with other students inside the classroom during period.

12. No entry without the identity card. The student must carry the I-card and show it on entrance.

13. In case the I-card is lost, the student will have to get a new card issued on his/her name and
     depositing a fine Rs. 100/-

14. Tempering with the I-card and using any other means to enter the classroom is strictly prohibited.

15. No visitors (except the parents of the students) will be allowed to meet the students inside the
     Institute campus. Even parents are requested, not to insist to meet their ward while the class is on.

16. No completion of the assignments will imply due punishment.

17. Smoking, chewing of Pan / Pan Masala / Gum, writing on the walls & desks, carrying sound producing
     electronic gadgets and any other undesirable acts are strictly prohibited in the institute premises.
                                       HOSTEL FEES
                       Rs. 2500/- Per Month (Without Aircondition)
                        Security Deposite: Rs. 2500/- (Refundable)
                                Total Amount: Rs. 5000/-

                         Rs. 3500/- Per Month (With Aircondition)
                        Security Deposite: Rs. 3500/- (Refundable)
                                Total Amount: Rs. 7000/-

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                                      A WORD OF ADVICE
     Dear Candidate
               I intend to send my heartiest good wishes for your success in your forthcoming IIT-JEE-2010. In
     fact, it is my utmost desire that you should achieve your cherished dream of joining a Engineering college
     of your choice. Your parents wish that you should achieve many successes in your life, so that you
     enhance the prestige of your family. Your teachers and relatives also wish that you should become a
     brilliant Engineer. Your admission in the Engineering College will definitely add one more feather not only
     in your personality, but also in your family.Your friends and relatives will be proud of you.
            Some people believe that success in any Competition is a matter of chance. But it is not so. In
     general, a candidate with 70% marks in the Board Examination can perform better than a candidate with
     75% marks, but not better than a candidate with 85% or 90%. However : It can be achieved only by hard
     work and forgetting worldly attractions, around you, for sometime. You must study at least 14-15 hours a
     day and revise the syllabus as many times as possible. The following points will prove very helpful in
     achieving your dream of joining a Engineering College of your choice.
1.   Knowing the subject matter included in the Entrance Examination. You should thoroughly grasp
     all the subjects and finer points in each chapter. It can be done by systematically studying the c o m -
     plete course seriously in the class room as well as at home. This factor contributes about 60% chances of
     success.
2.   Studying from the Study Material. You should prepare from Study Material, which is written strictly
     according to the given syllabus.; You should avoid the books, which contain superfluous or inadequate
     matter. This factor contributes about 20% chances of success.
3.   Understanding the style of questions. You should be fully aware of the latest style and trend of the
     questions likely to be asked in the examination. This can be done by going through the previousy e a r s
     question papers. This factor contributes about 10% chances of success.
4.   Practice for answering the questions. You should also test your ability to answer the questions in
     the time provided for each competition. This can be done either in the class room or honestly at home.
     This factor contributes about 10% chances of success.
5.   Secret of success. It has been observed that most of the candidates complain about the shortage of
     time. And they feel sad for not been able to attempt all the questions, though they knew the correct
      answers. You can overcome this problem by attempting the questions first in Chemistry. After this you
     should attempt the questions in Physics and then the questions in Mathematics. Even in Physics, you
     should first attempt the non-numerical type questions and then numerical type. In this way, you will be
     able to attempt maximum number of questions in the examination.

                      STUDY PLAN FOR THE WHOLE YEAR
      Hard work is the key to success and there is no alternative to it. You should pay mor attention towards
     studying round the year. Do not waste time on gossiping with unreliable source. Main Aim of your study is
     to achieve success in life, therefore, one should not leave any stone unturned that comes in your way to
     gain more knowledge and confidence.
     To study in the class room is important, but how to study is rather more important. You are required to
     study round the year with dedication and devotion. You must be serious in studies in the class as well as
     at home.
     Make sure of the following :
    Make a time table for daily routine.
    Get up early in the morning and go for a morning walk.
    You must be regular in attending the class well in time.
    Remain attentive in the class.

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   Listen to the teachers carefully.
   Make a note of all the points discussed in your study material.
   Ask as many questions to the teacher again and again if you could not follow the method or could not
    clear the concept
   Note down the points discussed by the teacher in the study material if you could clear the concept.
   Practice at home and revise all the problems in detail and make short notes for further study.
   Even if there are still some points you could not follow, must put questions to the teacher the next
    day.Allot time to each subject daily.
   Give extra time to the subject you are weak in.
   You may request your teacher to give extra time to you. He will surely help if you are truthful and
    honest.
   Discuss your weak subjects with your friends who are good in that subject.
   Enjoy your studies and do not feel nervous.
    Must give time to enjoy with parents, friends and relatives, else they may feel that you are ignoring
    them.
   This will also enhance your confidence.
    Must help your family members as and when you find a leisure time. This will give you satisfaction.One
    who has worked hard round the year keeping all the suggestions given above in mind is very well on the
    right track. With timely preparation you will find yourself more confident about the subject and problems
    discussed in the class. You will also feel confident and bold enough to face the examination.

                              HOW TO FACE THE EXAM
    Why to be Confident
    You can achieve everything on earth if you have confidence. It is an emotional activity that is observed
    in a person while talking, sitting, walking, standing, discussing and doing some work. The person himself
    can feel this emotional activity in him. If a person feels of having confidence in him, the people around
    also will observe an extraordinary person in him. The people will love his way of working, way of sitting,
    way of talking, way of standing and will try to inculcate this habit in themselves. Confidence is a quality
    that cannot be purchased from the market. Though confidence building is a difficult task, but it is a
    possible task to develop.
    How to be Confident
    A person can be confident, If he has accepted any responsibility cheerfully, makes out a plan to start
    work, give priority to the work to be done at first and at last, deploy minimum suitable work force, explain
    his plan to the work force, looking cheerful, make the workers understand the planning nicely, boost their
    energy by telling jokes and brave stories and complete the task to the satisfaction within time etc.
    How to Gain Confidence
    One must make a plan and time table. Give priority to each subject. Give more time to the subject you
    are weak in. Make an assessment of the syllabus you covered and the left over. Calculate the time you
    need to cover the left over syllabus. Calculate the time you need for revision of the syllabus. You must
    be honest, strict and dedicated towards study and the time table.
    Read the questions in detail and solve with the help of the notes you have made in the classroom and
    complete the whole syllabus. If you face any difficulty in solving any problem, take help from the teachers
    and friends. Practice again and again for the problems you are weak in.
    How to Take the Exam
    When you take your seat in the examination hall, don’t feel nervous. There is noting to worry about in the
    exam. Make up your mind to solve the questions that may be difficult but possibly you will make the
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    grade.
    When you get the paper in your hand, take a long breathe, close your eyes for a while and recall the
    beautiful and happiest moments of your life. Read the instructions carefully. Do not open the seal of the
    paper until you are asked to do so. This will enhance your confidence. Fill up the information in the paper
    correctly asked by the examiner.
    Once you get the instructions to open the question paper, select the easiest questions to solve first, then
    attempt the difficult and more difficult questions at last.
    How to Solve Questions
    Put your writing material on the table. Take a long breathe. Read the question again and again quickly ill
    it is clear that what the examiner wanted of you to do. If you are clear about what is asked in the question,
    give a rethought to your views and make a planning to solve the question. If you have a clear thought
    about the answer of the question attempt with confidence and mark your response at the appropriate
    space provided in the Answer Sheet. It is very significant that you should maintain the speed and take
    care of time and accuracy.

                               TIPS FOR PREPARATION
   Aim
   It is the foremost requirement of a student to decide and choose his/her aim before he/she is going to
   start preparation. You must be sincere and honest enough in assessing your suitability for the Aim.
   Start Early
   For success in achieving your aim, it is required to start preparation right from class XI with dedication and
   devotion sincerely
   Proper Planning
   For a school going student it may be little difficult to go for academic as well as competitive studies
   together. If you plan and make a time table it will be an easy task for you.
   Punctuality
   It is very much important to be punctual while preparing for exam, else you may- find that some part of
   your syllabus is not covered and may cause lack of confidence.
   Serious Approach
   You must take your study as a entertaining instrument. Must feel enjoying your study. This will create a
   conducive atmosphere for study and avoid unwanted tension.
   Identify your Weak- Subjects
   Must analyse in which subject you are weak and needs to put in more efforts to improve.
   Choosing Quality Study Material
   You must consult good quality study material. Consulting poor quality books may result in danger or may
   create confusion in your mind to get confidence, better go for choosing good quality study material and
   depend on self study after classroom coaching.
   Frequently Tests
   You must undergo frequent tests within time frame to know your position about the examination standard
   you are appearing
   Honest Approach
   You must solve the problems honestly at your own. Bring your answer to the question first and then
   compare with the given Answer Sheet. Do not depend on readymade solutions only. This will loose your
   confidence.


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   Consultation
   In case you find somewhere stuck in solving problems, you must consult your friends and teachers to
   save time.

                        ON THE WAY TO SUCCESS MISSION
   A Day Before Exam
   It is enough to have studied the whole year. You might have covered the whole syllabus by now. Yes, you
   can go through the notes to recall your thoughts and refresh your memory. You can spend a little time to
   enjoy with your family members or watch T.V. to remove mental stress. This will increases your energy
   level. Prepare your stationery box with items like pen, HB pencil, rubber, sharpener, scale and wrist watch
   ready for the exam. Get your conveyance ready and fit in all respect. Do not keep any thing wrist watch
   ready for the exam. Get your conveyance ready and fit in all respect. Do not keep any thing wrist watch
   ready for the exam. Get your conveyance ready and fit in all respect. Do not keep any thing in mind that
   can put a unwanted stress on you. You should go to bed as early as possible and have a sound sleep at
   night.
   On The Exam Day
   Get up early in the morning.You may do morning walk for some time. Pay your prayer to the God.
    Have a light breakfast. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.Ensure that your conveyance is ready and fit
   in all respect. Collect your Admit Card. Collect your stationery items and wrist watch.Take the well wishes
   of elderly people and your parents.Wish every body you meet on the way. Feel more energetic than ever
   before and create a joyful atmosphere around you. Reach at the exam center at least 30 minutes before
   it starts. Walk confidently to the information board to know the room and seat number. Go to exam room
   as and when you are allowed to go.
   In the Examination Room
   Take your seat, organise yourself, feel comfortable and get ready to take the exam. By that time you will
   observe that the invigilator is distributing the exam paper.
   Read the instructions given on the first page of the paper carefully. Do not remove seal of the paper until
   you are asked to do so.
   Fill up all the entries as directed by the invigilator at the appropriate space.
   Remove the seal of the paper. Take a ling breathe and feel comfortable on your seat. Check and note down
   the time to start the paper. Go through all the questions at once. Choose the subject of your choice to start
   at first. Now select the easiest question you feel and attempt with confidence. Mark your responses with
   pen or pencil as per the instructions, on the given OMR sheet. Maintain your speed so that the time so
   spared could be used in solving difficult questions. In the same way, give your response to each question
   one by one. On completion of the paper, go through all the responses you have marked and ensure its
   correctness. You should keep in mind that a response once marked is not allowed to be changed. By this
   time you might have completed the paper and may hand it over to the invigilator.
   On the Completion of the Exam.
   Now your competitive exam is over and you are at your liberty to enjoy with friends. As and when you feel
   comfortable, go through all the questions once again and try to find out the correct solutions with the help
   of your study material. It is necessary to know your weaknesses and correct yourself. It will help in
   securing your success in future.




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      Aggregate total and subject-wise marks for the first and last admitted candidates

                                    Mathematics       P hyscis          Chemistry   Total    % Marks
Category                    AIR
                                       Marks           Marks              M arks    Marks
GE Category
                             1              159           142              132       433       88.54
First Candidate Admitted
GE Category
                           6773             63            72               45        180       36.80
Last Candidate Admitted
OBC Category
                             4              117           136              94        347       70.96
First Candidate Admitted
OBC Category
                           1133             108           25               40        173       35.37
Last Candidate Admitted
SC Category
                             1              113           102              107       322       65.84
First Candidate Admitted
SC Category
                            689             38             8               58        104       21.26
Last Candidate Admitted
ST Category
                             1              79            128              85        292       59.71
First Candidate Admitted
ST Category
                            159             36            12               56        104       21.26
Last Candidate Admitted

               Subject wise cutoffs and aggregate cutoffs
1. Subject-wise cutoffs – Individual subject cutoffs have been determined on the basis that top 80%
candidates qualify in each subject. The cutoff marks for the three subjects for General Category are:
                                    Subject                    Cutoff Marks
                                  Mathematics                       5
                                    Physics                         0
                                   Chemistry                        3
Note : Subject cutoffs have been used as first filtering criteria only and these are not the minimum marks
of the candidates actually admitted to IITs, IT-BHU and ISMU. For the actual marks obtained by the first
and the last admitted candidates.
2. Relaxation in subject-wise cutoffs for reserved categories - The relaxation given in the subject
wise cutoff to the reserved categories in respect of the General category are as under:
                                      OBC                         10%
                                       PD                         10%
                                       SC                         40%
                                       ST                         40%


3. Relaxed subject cutoffs for reserved categories – With the above relaxed norms, the subject
wise cutoffs for the reserved categories are:
                                 Subject          OBC & PD              SC & ST
                             Mathematics            4.5                   3
                                 Physics             0                    0
                              Chemistry             2.7                   1.8

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4. Aggregate cutoff for the Common Merit List is 172. Aggregate cutoff was determined to declare the
required no. of candidates (1.15 times the number of seats available) qualified:
       Aggregate cutoff - 172
        No. of candidates qualified - 7903
5. Relaxations in aggregate cutoff to other categories – Maximum relaxation as given hereunder or till
the required number of candidates (1.15 times the number of seats available in the category, except for OBC)
qualify, whichever is higher.
       OBC & PD - 10% lower than the aggregate of the last qualified candidate in the common merit list.
       SC & ST - 40% lower than the aggregate total of the last qualified candidate.
6. Actual Aggregate cutoff – Following aggregate cutoffs have been obtained as per 5 above for preparing
reserved category merit lists.
                     Category            Aggregate              No. of Candidates Qualified
                                           cutoff
                        OBC                 172.0                          1134
                         PD                 154.8                               20
                         SC                 103.2                           690
                         ST                 103.2                           159



                                       Total Number of seats at various IIT's
                                      Sl. No. Institutes      Yearly Intake
                                          1      IIT Kanpur         541
                                          2        IIT Delhi        553
                                          3     IIT Bombay          574
                                          4      IIT Madras         540
                                          5   IIT Kharagpur         874
                                          6     IIT Roorkee         746
                                          7    IIT Guwahati         365
                                          8         IT BHU          686
                                          9   ISM Dhanbad           658



                                                 New IIT's from 2008
                     Sl. No.          New IIT      Mentor IIT Engineering Course offered
                        4         IIT Rajasthan    IIT Kanpur Comp. Sc., Electrical, Mechanical
                        2           IIT Punjab       IIT Delhi Comp. Sc., Electrical, Mechanical
                        1       IIT Gandhinagar IIT Bombay Chemical, Electrical, Mechanical
                        6        IIT Hyderabad     IIT Madras Comp. Sc., Electrical, Mechanical
                        5      IIT Bhubaneswar IIT Kharagpur Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
                        3            IIT Patna   IIT Guwahati Comp. Sc., Electrical, Mechanical
                          (40 seats are available in each and individual stream in each IIT)




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                     TRENDS ANALYSIS OF IIT-JEE
                                                     IIT-JEE Years
   Sl.                           2009  2009    2008  2008  2007  2007
            Chapter Name
   No.                          PAPER PAPER   PAPER PAPER PAPER PAPER 06 05         04 03 02 01
                                   I     II      I    II     I    II
                                            PHYSICS
    1 Mechanics                    6     6       7     8     4     6  10 6          7    7    7    8
    2 Solid & Fluid Mechanics      0     2       4     1     3     1   3 2          1    0    1    2
    3 Thermal Physics              1     2       1     1     0     2   3 5          4    4    3    4
      Wave Motion &
    4                             0      1     0     2      0        3   4     2    3    2    2    2
      Sound Wave
    5 Optics                      1      0     1     2       2       0   4     3    2    2    3    2
    6 Electrostatics              2      2     1     6       2       2   0     1    2    1    2    2
    7 Current Electricity         3      2     2     1       3       3   12    5    5    7    7    9
    8 Wave nature of light        0      1     1     0       0       3   0     1    1    1    1    2
    9 Modern Physics              6      2     5     1       4       1   4     4    4    1    5    1
   10 Experimental Physics        1      1     1     0       1       1   0     0    0    0    0    0
                                                     IIT-JEE Years
   Sl.                           2009  2009   2008  2008   2007   2007
            Chapter Name
   No.                          PAPER PAPER PAPER PAPER PAPER PAPER      06 05 04 03 02 01
                                   I     II      I   II      I     II
                                           CHEMISTRY
    1    Physical Chemistry        6    10      8     8      8      8    17 9 8 8 8 11
    2    Organic Chemistry         8     6      8     8      4      9    13 9 10 11 10 12
    3    Inorganic Chemistry       6     3      7     6     10      5    10 10 10 9 12 12
                                                     IIT-JEE Years
   Sl.                           2009  2009   2008  2008   2007   2007
              Chapter Name
   No.                          PAPER PAPER PAPER PAPER PAPER PAPER      06 05 04 03 02 01
                                   I     II     I     II     I      II
                                        MATHEMATICS
    1    Algebra                  10     2      4     5      7      7     11    8    8    7    8    9
    2    Calculus                  4     5      8     8      6      7     12   12    9   11    9    13
    3    Coordinate Geometry       3     5     10     5      5      6     9     4    5    6    8    6
    4    Trigonometry              1     3      1     0      1      1     4     2    3    3    3    5
    5    Vectors                   1     2      0     1      2      1     2     1    2    1    2    2
    6    3D Coordinate Geometry    1     2      0     3      1      0     2     1    1    0    0    0
                 Total            60    57     69    66     63     66    120   85   85   81   91   102




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                                   TRENDS ANALYSIS AIEEE
        At the very outset of the prologue it becomes imperative to classify all the myths and misconceptions
about the AIEEE – All India Engineering Entrance Exam. In my opinion there is nothing as such since a test is a
test. However AIEEE is an entrance test conducted by CBSE–Central Board of Secondary Education, in which
pattern and syllabus both are hesitant and fleeting. That’s why every AIEEE aspirant has to stand on the tip-toes
in order to be adoptive with the precarious uncertainties. After summarize previous year’s papers, it is well known
that AIEEE can ask any relevant thing under the sun, so to prepare in this exam every one has to toil hard to
succeed in this exam.
        To explore the pattern of the exam, a CHAPTERWISE analysis of 7 Years questions is given in our
Study Material. Further we have given below the chapter-wise breakup of the questions asked in previous years
(2002-2008) of AIEEE.

                                               MATHEMATICS
                                                                                AIEEE Years
        Sl. No.                      Chapter Name
                                                                    2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

           1      SETS, RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS                      2     2    2     3     3    3     3
           2      COMPLEX NUMBERS AND QUADRATIC EQUATIONS            3     1    3     8     7    6     3
           3      MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS                          3     3    2     5     3    3     2
           4      PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS                      3     1    1     2     2    4     1
           5      MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION                                                    1
           6      BINOMIAL THEOREM AND ITS SIMPLE APPLICATIONS             2    1     3     2    2     2
           7      SEQUENCES AND SERIES                               2     2    2     2     3    3     6
           8      LIMIT, CONTINUITY AND DIFFERENTIABILITY            3     4    8    13    10    9     9
           9      INTEGRAL CALCULUS                                  3     4    4     4     7    6     7
           10     DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS                             2     1    1     2     2    2     4
           11     CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY
           (i)    Straight Lines                                     1     3    2     4     4    7     4
          (ii)    Circles, Conic Sections                            3     4    4     7     6    4     6
           12     THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY                         2     3    1     4     5    5     3
           13     VECTOR ALGEBRA                                     3     2    1     4     5    7     5
           14     STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY                         3     3    2     5     5    5     7
           15     TRIGONOMETRY                                       2     3    4     3     4    3    13
           16     MATHEMATICAL REASONING                                   2
           17     STATICS AND DYNAMICS                                          2     6     6    6
                  Total                                              35   40    40   75    75    75   75




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                                          PHYSICS

                                                                     AIEEE Years
    Sl. No.                    Chapter Name
                                                          2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

      1       PHYSICS AND MEASUREMENT                      1         2    1    2    3    1

      2       KINEMATICS                                   1    2    1    5    4    3    3

      3       LAWS OF MOTION                               1    1    3    4    4    8    7

      4       WORK, ENERGY AND POWER                       2    1    3    5    5    3    2

      5       ROTATIONAL MOTION                            2    4    5    3    2    3    5

      6       GRAVITATION                                  2              4    4    3    4

      7       PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS             3         2    2    3    1    1

      8       THERMODYNAMICS                                    3    3    4    3    5    7
                                                           1
      9       KINETIC THEORY OF GASES                           1         1    2         2

      10      OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES                       2    5    4    7    6    8    8

      11      ELECTROSTATICS                               2    5    3    5    3    5    5

      12      CURRENT ELECTRICITY                          4    1    7    7    8    4    5

      13      MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENT AND MAGNETISM    3    6    3    7    7    6    7
              ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION AND ALTERNATING
      14                                                        1    4    4    5    4    4
              CURRENTS
      15      ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES                                  1         2    2    2

      16      OPTICS                                       1    2    1    6    4    4    4

      17      DUAL NATURE OF MATTER AND RADIATION               2    3    3    3    1    2

      18      ATOMS AND NUCLEI                             5    4    4    4    4    8    2

      19      ELECTRONIC DEVICES                           2    2    6    3    4    4    4

      20      COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

      21      EXPERIMENTAL SKILLS
                                                           3
              Total                                       35   40   55   75   75   75   75



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                                         CHEMISTRY
                                                                         AIEEE Years
 Sl. No.                    Chapter Name
                                                              2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002
                                           SECTION – A
                                       PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
     1     SOME BASIC CONCEPTS IN CHEMISTRY                         2    1         2    1    1
     2     STATES OF MATTER
    (I)    Gaseous State                                            1              2    2    2
   (ii)    Solid State                                        1          1    2    1         1
   (iii)   Liquid State
     3     ATOMIC STRUCTURE                                   2     1    3    4    4    4    3
     4     CHEMICAL BONDING AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE           1     3    4    5    6    4    5
     5     CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS                            2     3    5    3    2    8    3
     6     SOLUTIONS                                          2     3    2    4    5    4    3
     7     EQUILIBRIUM
    (i)    Equilibria involving physical & chemical processes 1          2    3    4    4    2
   (ii)    Ionic Equilibrium                                  3     4         3    1    1    4
     8     REDOX REACTIONS AND ELECTROCHEMISTRY               2     2    5    5    6    4    7
     9     CHEMICAL KINETICS                                  1     2    3    4    2    3    5
    10     SURFACE CHEMISTRY                                  1          1    2         1    2
                                                  SECTION – B
                                            INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
   11      CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS AND PERIODICITY IN            1    1    2    2    2
   12      GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND PROCESSES OF ISOLATION OF    1              2    1         3
   13      HYDROGEN
   14      S-BLOCK ELEMENTS (ALKALI AND ALKALINE EARTH         1    2    1    3    4    5    3
   15      P-BLOCK ELEMENTS                                    1    1    1    3    4    4    3
   16      d- and f-BLOCK ELEMENTS                             1    2    4    4    1    3    4
   17      COORDINATION COMPOUNDS                              3    1    4    4    6    5    3
   18      ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY                             1                   1    1
                                          SECTION – C
                                       ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
   19      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERISATION OF ORGANIC        1    1    1    1    1    1    1
   20      SOME BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY          2    2    1    4    6    3    7
   21      HYDROCARBONS                                        2    2    2    3    1    2    3
   22      ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING HALOGENS               3    3    2    3    1    1    1
   23      ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING OXYGEN                 1    1    7    5    7    5    4
   24      ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING NITROGEN                    2    2    2    1    3    1
   25      POLYMERS                                            1              2              1
   26      BIOMOLECULES                                        1    1    1    1    2    2    1
   27      CHEMISTRY IN EVERYDAY LIFE                                    1    1    1    1    1
   28      PRINCIPLES RELATED TO PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY                               1    1    1
           Total                                               35   40   55   75   75   75   75



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                                            AIEEE EXTRACT
        If we look at the pattern of AIEEE over last 7 years, we can easily figure out that AIEEE continued the
same trend from 2002 to 2005, which include same weightage (75) to all science streams. But suddenly AIEEE
came with a surprise in the year 2006. This year the exam paper comprised of just a single paper which had 55
questions each from Physics and Chemistry and 40 questions from Mathematics. Time allowed to a total of 150
questions was 180 minutes. The question paper comprised of easy and moderate problems, however there were
few questions which were time-consuming distributed over-all the sections. Continuing the same trend, AIEEE
2007. Again showed a departure in number of questions as compared to 2006 exam. This year there were a total
of 120 questions evenly distributed among all the three sections, i.e. 40 each. The second departure, this year,
was the uniform marking scheme as compared to the differential scheme of 2006. This year the level of difficulty
was higher for the entire paper as compared to previous year, however the Chemistry section was rather difficult
to easy-handle for an AIEEE aspirant. In Physics and Mathematics about 40 – 60% of the questions were straight
forward and simple.
        This year 2008, AIEEE has put a unprecedented paper. Now the paper was having 35 questions for each
section summing up a total of 105 questions, to be attempted in 3 hours. There was uniform marking of 3 marks
                                                  1
for each question and the negative marking was      rd .
                                                  3
       However, the real surprise was the inclusion of Analytical, Assertion-Reason and few Linked-Comprehen-
sion Type questions.

                      Top 110 Engineering College in India
Rank       Name of College                                                Place
1.         IIT Kanpur                                               Kanpur
2.         IIT Kharagpur                                            Kharagpur
3.         IIT Bombay                                               Mumbai
4.         IIT Madras                                               Chennai
5.         IIT Delhi                                                New Delhi
6.         BITS Pilani                                              Pilani
7.         IIT- Roorkee                                             Roorkee
8.         IIT Guwahati                                             Guwahati
9.         IT BHU                                                   Varanasi
10.        College of Engineering, Anna University                  Guindy
11.        Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Jadavpur University Kolkata
12.        Indian School of Mines                                   Dhanbad
13.        Delhi College of Engineering                             New Delhi
14.        National Institute of Technology                         Tiruchirapalli (Tamil Nadu)
15.        National Institute of Technology                         Warangal (Andhra Pradesh)
16.        National Institute of Technology                         Surathkal (Karnataka)
17.        BIT Mesra                                                Ranchi
18.        Punjab Engineering College                               Chandigarh
19.        Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology           Allahabad (U.P.)
20.        Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology             Patiala
21.        Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur       Howrah
22.        Netaji Subhash Institute of Tehnology                    New Delhi
23.        Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology           Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh)
24.        P.S.Government College of Technology                     Coimbatore

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25.   IIIT                                                   Hyderabad
26.   Harcourt Butler Technological Institute                Kanpur
27.   Malviya National Institute of Technology               Jaipur (Rajasthan)
28.   Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology          Nagpur (Maharashtra)
29.   National Institute of Technology                       Calicut (Kerala)
30.   Dhirubhai Ambani IICT                                  Gandhinagar
31.   Osmania University College of Engineering              Hyderabad
32.   Autonomous College of Engineering, Andhra University   Visakhapatnam
33.   National Institute of Technology                       Kurukshetra (Haryana)
34.   National Institute of Technology                       Rourkela (Orissa)
35.   S. Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology        Surat (Gujrat)
36.   Government College of Engineering                      Pune
37.   Manipal Institute of Technology                        Manipal
38.   JNTU                                                   Hyderabad
39.   R.V. College of Engineering                            Bangalore
40.   National Institute of Technology                       Jamshedpur (Jharkhand)
41.   University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering         Bangalore
42.   VJTI                                                   Mumbai
43.   Vellore Institute of Technology                        Vellore
44.   Coimbatore Institute of Technology                     Coimbatore
45.   SSN College of Engineering                             Chennai
46.   IIIT                                                   Allahabad
47.   College of Engineering                                 Trivandrum
48.   National Institute of Technology Durgapur              Durgapur (West Bengal)
49.   SIT                                                    Calcutta
50.   Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology     Mumbai
51.   Sardar Patel College of Engineering                    Mumbai
52.   P.E.S Institute of Technology                          Bangalore
53.   Maharashtra Institute of Technology                    Pune
54.   Amrita Institute of Technology & Science               Coimbatore
55.   National Institute of Engineering                      Mysore
56.   B.M.S. College of Engineering                          Bangalore
57.   Laxminarayan Institute of Technology                   Nagpur
58.   Institute of Technology, Nirma University              Ahmedabad
59.   IIIT                                                   Pune
60.   Amity School of Engineering                            Noida
61.   JNTU                                                   Kakinada
62.   S.J. College of Engineering                            Mysore
63.   Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology             Hyderabad
64.   IIIT                                                   Bangalore
65.   SRM Institute of Science and Technology                Chennai
66.   SASTRA                                                 Thanjavur
67.   Bangalore Institute of Technology                      Bangalore

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68.    The Technological Institute of Textile & Sciences   Bhiwani
69.    IIIT                                                Gwalior
70.    JNTU                                                Anantpur
71.    M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology                Bangalore
72.    Gitam                                               Vishakhapatnam
73.    National Institute of Technology                    Hamirpur(Himachal Pradesh)
74.    MIT, Anna University                                Chennai
75.    Alagappa Institute of Information Technology        Karaikudi
76.    Model Engineering College, Thrikkakara              Kochi
77.    Dr. B. R. A. National Institute of Technology       Jalandhar (Punjab)
78.    University Institute of Engineering & Technology    Chandigarh
79.    Institute of Engineering and Technology             Lucknow
80.    YMCA Institute of Engineering                       Faridabad
81.    SV University Engineering College                   Tirupati
82.    University College of Engineering, Burla            Sambalpur
83.    National Institute of Technology                    Raipur (Chhattisgarh)
84.    Vasavi College of Engineering College               Hyderabad
85.    The ICFAI Institute of Science and Technology       Hyderabad
86.    National Institute of Technology                    Patna (Bihar)
87.    Cummins College of Engineering for Women            Pune
88.    VIT                                                 Pune
89.    Shri Ramdeo Baba K.N. Engineering College           Nagpur
90.    Muffakham Jah Engineering College                   Hyderabad
91.    Karunaya Institute of Technology                    Coimbatore
92.    D.J. Sanghvi                                        Mumbai
93.    Sathyabhama Engineering College                     Chennai
94.    Kongu Engineering College                           Erode
95.    Mepco Schlenk Engineering College                   Sivakasi
96.    Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College                  Ludhiana
97.    Hindustan Institute of Engineering Technology       Chennai
98.    SDM College of Engineering                          Dharwad
99.    R.V. R. & J.C. College of Engineering               Guntur
100.   Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi                     New Delhi
101.   K.L. College of Engineering                         Veddeswaram
102.   Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology             Nadiad
103.   Shri G.S. Institute of Technology & Science         Indore
104.   Jabalpur Engineering College                        Jabalpur
105.   Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering         Trivandrum Vallabh
106.   G.H. Patel College of Engineering & Technology      Vidyanagar
107.   Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology          Bhubaneshwar
108.   National Institute of Technology                    Srinagar (J & K)
109.   National Institute of Technology                    Silchar (Assam)
110.   National Institute of Technology                    Agartala (Tripura)

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           Top 25 Private Engineering College in India
Rank   Name of College                                                    Place
1.     BITS                                                               Pilani

2.     PSG College of Technology                                          Coimbatore

3.     BIT, Mesra                                                         Ranchi

4.     Thapar University                                                  Patiala

5.     VIT University                                                     Vellore

6.     Manipal Institute of Technology                                    Manipal

7.     Dhirubhai Ambani Inst. of Information & Communication Technology   Gandhinagar

8.     RV College of Engineering                                          Bangalore

9.     SSN College of Engineerring                                        Chennai

10.    SASTRA                                                             Thanjavur

11.    PES Institute of Technology                                        Bangalore

12.    Amity School of Engineering & Technology                           Noida

13.    Karunya University                                                 Coimbatore

14.    Nirma University of Science & Technology                           Ahmedabad

15.    BIT. Sindri                                                        Dhanbad

16.    Mepco Schlenk Engineering College                                  Sivakasi

17.    Institute of Technology & Management                               Gurgaon

18.    KIIT University                                                    Bhubneshwar

19.    ICFAI Institute of Science & Technology                            Hyderabad

20     Kongu Engineering College                                          Erode

21.    Amrita School of Engineering                                       Coimbatore

22.    MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology                                 Bangalore

23.    Bangalore Institute of Technology                                  Bangalore

24.    Velagapudi Ramkrishna Siddhartha Engineering College               Vijayawada

25.    GITAM Institute of Technology                                      Visakhapatnam

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     PARADISE INSTITUTE TEST SERIES
  Program for 1 Yr. Target IIT-JEE-2010
 Sl.   Test
                   Dates       Timing                                   Syllabus
 No. Program
  1.    Test-1    2-08-09     2.00 P.M.     Physics :   Physical World, Units and Measurements.
       IIT-JEE               to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry : Some basic concepts in Chemistry, States of Matter.
                                            Maths :     S equ ence a nd S r ies , L oga r it hm, Q u a dr a t ic
                                                        Equation and Expression.
  2.   Test-2     9-08-09     2.00 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus.
       AIEEE                 to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus.
                                            Maths :     Same Syllabus.
  3.    Test-3    16-08-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :   Motion in a straight line.
       IIT-JEE               to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry : Atomic structure.
                                            Maths :     Permutation & Combination.
  4.   Test-4     23-08-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus.
       AIEEE                 to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                            Maths :     Same Syllabus.
  5.    Test-5    30-08-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :   Motion in a plane, Electric Charges and Fields, &
       IIT-JEE               to 5.00 P.M.               Electric Potential.
                                            Chemistry : Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure.
                                            Maths :     Binomial Theorem.
  6.   Test-6     6-09-09     2.00 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                 to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                            Maths :     Same Syllabus.
  7.     Test-7   13-09-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :      Laws of Motion, Capacitance.
       IIT-JEE               to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :    Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties.
                                            Maths :        Function, Limit, Continuity, Differentiability
                                                           & Differentiation
  8.   Test-8     20-09-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :      Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                 to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :    Same Syllabus
                                            Maths :        Same Syllabus.
  9.     Test-9   4-10-09     2.00 P.M.     Physics :      Work, Energy & Power, Current Electricity.
       IIT-JEE               to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :    Redox Reactions & Solutions,
                                                           Equilibrium I : Equilibrium in Physical and
                                                           Chemical Process,
                                                           Organic Chemistry : Some Basic Principles;
                                                           Stereochemistry.
                                            Maths :        Geometrical meaning of dy/dx, Rate measure,
                                                           Maxima and minima, Roll’s theorem and lagrange’s
                                                           Mean value theorem.
 10.   Test-10    11-10-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :      Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                 to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :    Same Syllabus
                                            Maths :        Same Syllabus
 11.    Test-11   18-10-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics:       Systems of Particles, Thermal and Chemical Effects
       IIT-JEE               to 5.00 P.M.                  of Currents.
                                            Chemistry :    Equilibrium II : Ionic Equilibrium in Solutions,
                                                           Hydrocarbons: Aliphatic Hydrocarbons; Aromatic
                                                           Hydrocarbons

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 Sl.   Test
                    Dates        Timing                                Syllabus
 No. Program
                                             Maths :       Complex Number.
 12.   Test-12     1-11-09     2.00 P.M.     Physics:      Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Same Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Same Syllabus
13..    Test-13    8-11-09     2.00 P.M.     Physics :   Gravitation, Motion of Moving Charges.
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry : Chemical Kinetics, Purification And characterisation
                                                          of Organic Compounds.
                                             Maths :     Co-ordinates & Straight line.
 14.   Test-14     15-11-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                             Maths :     Same Syllabus.
 15.     Test-15   22-11-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Oscillations And Waves.
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Organic Compounds with Functional Groups
                                                           ContainingOxygen–I (Alcohol, Phenols & Esters),
                                             Maths :       Matrices and Probability.
 16.   Test-16     29-11-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Same Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Same Syllabus.
 17.    Test-17    6-12-09     2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Magnetism and Matter.
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Organic Compounds with Functional Groups
                                                           Containing Halogens (Haloalkanes & Haloarenes).
                                             Maths :       Circle.
 18.   Test-18     13-12-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Same Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Same Syllabus
 19.    Test-19    20-12-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Electromagnetic Induction, Alternating Current &
                                                           Electromagnetic Waves.
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   First Law of Thermodynamics & Chemical
                                                           Energetics.
                                             Maths :       Indefinite integration.
 20.   Test-20     27-12-09    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Same Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Same Syllabus
 21.    Test-21    3-01-10     2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Ray Optics and Optical Instruments & Wave
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.                 Optics,Dual Nature of Radiation & Matter; Atoms;
                                                           Nuclei, Semiconductor Electronics : Materials,
                                                           Devices & Simple Circuits And Communication
                                                           Systems.
                                             Chemistry :   Organic Compounds with Functional Groups
                                                           Containing Oxygen–II (Aldehydes, Ketones,
                                                           Carboxylic Acids and their Derivative), Organic
                                                           Compounds with Functional Groups Containing
                                                           Nitrogen.
                                             Maths :       Definite integration &
                                                           Definite integretion as the limit of a sum,Area &
                                                           Differential equation.
 22.    Test-22    10-01-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Same Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Same Syllabus
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 Sl.   Test
                    Dates       Timing                                Syllabus
 No. Program
 23.     Test-23   17-01-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Calorimetry, Heat Transfer,
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.                 Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gases,
                                                           Thermometry & Thermal expansion of solid, liquid
                                                           and gases.
                                             Chemistry :   Electrochemistry & Surface Chemistry
                                             Maths :       Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola & 3D
                                                           Co-ordinate Geometry.
 24.    Test-24    24-01-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Same Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Same Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Same Syllabus

 25.     Test-25   31-01-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Oscillations And Waves, Mechanics of
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.                 Solids, Mechanics of fluids.
                                             Chemistry :   Principle and Processes of Extraction of
                                                           Elements & Hydrogen, The s-Block Elements;
                                                           Some p-Block Elements : Boron, Carbon, Nitrongen
                                                           & Oxygen, The d & f-Block Elements.
                                             Maths :       Trigonometrical ratios & Identities, Properties
                                                           of Triangles, Trigonometrical Equations,
                                                           Inverse circular functions, Periodicity of trigo
                                                           nometrical Function and Vector
 26.    Test-26    7-02-10     2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus

 27.    Test-27    14-02-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus
 28.   Test-28     21-02-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus

 29.    Test-29    28-02-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus
 30.   Test-30     7-03-10     2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus

 31.    Test-31    14-03-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus
 32.   Test-32     21-03-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus

 33.   Test-33     28-03-10    2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       IIT-JEE                to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus
 34.   Test-34     4-04-10     2.00 P.M.     Physics :     Full Syllabus
       AIEEE                  to 5.00 P.M.   Chemistry :   Full Syllabus
                                             Maths :       Full Syllabus

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     at IIT BOMBAY          (M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)        at IIT BOMBAY           at IIT MADRAS
                                 at IIT BOMBAY




     Kshitij Shrivastava        C.Sri Santosh            Sushant Rawat          Churamani Prasad
     Reg. No. 1015284          Reg. No. 6044248         Reg. No. 1082015        Reg. No. 5026139
           AIR-1502                 AIR-1554                AIR- 1598           AIR-1917 (OB-244)
        ELECTRICAL             ELECTRONICS &             ENGINEERING                CHEMICAL
       ENGINEERING             COMMUNICATION                PHYSICS               ENGINEERING
        (B.Tech. 4 Yr)          ENGINEERING               (B.Tech. 4 Yr)           (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
      at IIT ROORKEE             (B.Tech. 4 Yr)            at IIT DELHI           at IIT BOMBAY
                               at IIT GUWAHATI



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  Ankit Khemka               Archish Agrawal            Nitin Shekhar      Deepankar Arunesh
 Reg. No. 2042106           Reg. No. 1082381         Reg. No. 1133289        Reg. No. 5027453
      AIR-2016                   AIR-2148            AIR-2300 (OB-296)            AIR-2318
 ELECTRONICS &            MET.ENG & MAT. SC/             CHEMICAL          CIVIL ENGINEERING
 COMMUNICATION            CERAMICS & COMP              ENGINEERING              (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
  ENGINEERING           (M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)       (B.Tech. 4 Yr)      at IIT KHARAGPUR
   (B.Tech. 4 Yr)            at IIT BOMBAY             at IIT MADRAS
 at IIT GUWAHATI




    Mantu Kumar              Aayush Agarwal              Karumanchi             Prakhar Verma
  Reg. No. 5026388          Reg. No. 5021094           Sangameswara           Reg. No. 1082234
       AIR-2330                  AIR- 2386            Reg. No. 6043011       AIR-2446 (OB-312)
CIVIL ENGINEERING         CIVIL ENGINEERING                 AIR-2417              CHEMICAL
     (B.Tech. 4 Yr)            (B.Tech. 4 Yr)        CIVIL ENGINEERING         ENGINEERING
 at IIT KHARAGPUR          at IIT KHARAGPUR              (B.Tech. 4 Yr)   (M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)
                                                       at IIT ROORKEE        at IIT KHARAGPUR




           B. Bala           Soaham Sharma              Adhyan Anand        Vanga Pradeep Reddy
  Raghaveswara Reddy         Reg. No. 1082003          Reg. No. 1082372       Reg. No. 6045136
    Reg. No. 6044282             AIR- 2578                 AIR-2633                AIR-2685
          AIR-2566        BIOCHEMICAL ENGG. &           MATERIALS &        MANUFACTURING SC.&
        CIVIL ENG./         BIOTECHNOLOGY              METALLURGICAL              ENG/I E&M
  INFRASTRUCTURAL        (M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)      ENGINEERING       (M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)
        CIVIL ENG.             at IIT DELHI              (B.Tech. 4 Yr)      at IIT KHARAGPUR
    (5Yr Dual Degree)                                   at IIT KANPUR
      at IIT MADRAS

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  Vivek Shankar               Rohit Dosi            Tanay Pandey                 Suraj Kumar
 Reg. No. 5026257         Reg. No. 1082303         Reg. No. 1082002          Reg. No. 5027182
      AIR-2730                 AIR- 2737               AIR-2841                   AIR-2868
 PRODUCTION &                    CIVIL              MATERIALS &             METALLURGICAL &
   INDUSTRIAL              ENGINEERING             METALLURGICAL                 MATERIALS
  ENGINEERING               (B.Tech. 4 Yr)          ENGINEERING               ENGINEERING
   (B.Tech. 4 Yr)         at IIT ROORKEE             (B.Tech. 4 Yr)             (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
 at IIT ROORKEE                                     at IIT KANPUR           at IIT KHARAGPUR




     Amit Dagar           Shrikant Ramdev        Panakala Mrunthyumjaya       Mohammad Adnan
Reg. No. 1082366             Rajpurohit                    Avinash             Reg. No. 1082309
AIR-2906 (OB-369)        Reg. No. 1082374            Reg. No. 6054106               AIR- 3022
     CHEMICAL                 AIR-2923                    AIR-3018                ELECTRICAL
  ENGINEERING         COMPUTER SCIENCE             Electrical Engineering        ENGINEERING
   (B.Tech. 4 Yr)         & ENGINEERING                 (B.Tech. 4 Yr)            (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
 at IIT GUWAHATI     (M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)    at IIT BHUBANESWAR         at IT-BHU, VARANASI
                       at IT-BHU, VARANASI




       Ashutosh           Rahul Agrawal                Disha Tak              Amulya Yadav
 Reg. No. 5026316       Reg. No. 5021268         Reg. No. 1082224            Reg. No. 1082140
      AIR-3065               AIR-3103            AIR-3396 (OB-441)                AIR-3423
    BIOLOGICAL         APPLIED GEOLOGY               CHEMICAL                  ELECTRICAL
  SCIENCES AND        (M.Sc. Integrated 5 Yr)      ENGINEERING                ENGINEERING
 BIOENGINEERING        at IIT KHARAGPUR             (B.Tech. 4 Yr)             (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
    (B. Tech. 4Yr)                                at IIT ROORKEE                at IIT PATNA
   at IIT KANPUR

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    Indrajeet Pathak          K. S. V. Sri Nagarjuna            Rahul Rajput            Sangram Agrawal
    Reg. No. 5003011            Reg. No. 6040494             Reg. No. 5022219           Reg. No. 5022017
         AIR-3489                    AIR-3626                     AIR-3660                  AIR-3741
       PETROLEUM             OCEAN ENGG. & NAVAL             MATHEMATICS &                ECONOMICS
     ENGINEERING                 ARCHITECTURE                   COMPUTING             (M.Sc. Integrated 5 Yr)
       (B.Tech. 4 Yr)       (M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)     (M.Tech. Integrated 5 Yr)      at IIT KANPUR
   at ISMU-DHANBAD             at IIT KHARAGPUR            at IT-BHU, VARANASI




    Arvind Shandilya              Ankit Gandhi               Santosh Kumar              Dheeraj D. Suvarna
   Reg. No. 5021115            Reg. No. 5022030             Reg. No. 7060198             Reg. No. 6071102
  AIR-3745 (OB-486)                 AIR-3832               AIR-3945 (OB-523)            AIR-3946 (OB-254)
      MECHANICAL                  MECHANICAL                   CIVIL ENGG.                  ELECTRICAL
     ENGINEERING                 ENGINEERING            (M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)         ENGINEERING
      (B.Tech. 4 Yr)              (B.Tech. 4 Yr)           at IIT KHARAGPUR                 (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
 at IT-BHU, VARANASI         at IT-BHU, VARANASI                                        at IIT HYDERABAD




                               Akshay Kulkarni              Samanvay Mathur                Bhat Ganapati
       Vibhor Jajoo
                               Reg. No. 5021217             Reg. No. 1082216                 Manjunath
    Reg. No. 1083032
                                  AIR-3965                       AIR-4039                Reg. No. 1001106
         AIR-3954
                                                                CHEMICAL                      AIR-4042
       MECHANICAL
                                                              ENGINEERING                 ELECTRONICS
      ENGINEERING
                                                               (B.Tech. 4 Yr)             ENGINEERING
(M.Tech 5 Yr Dual Degree)
                                                          at IT-BHU, VARANASI               (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
  at IT-BHU, VARANASI
                                                                                        at ISMU-DHANBAD


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 Mayank Priyadarshi                                   Varsha Priyadarshini          Indrajit Sen
                             Ravi Kumar Singh
  Reg. No. 5028328                                      Reg. No. 5026278        Reg. No. 5027232
                             Reg. No. 5027132
 AIR-4046 (OB-538)                                     AIR-4418 (OB-594)             AIR-4509
                                 AIR-4170
COMPUTER SCIENCE                                     COMPUTER SCIENCE               COMPUTER
  & ENGINEERING                                         & ENGINEERING               SCIENCE &
     (B.Tech. 4 Yr)                                        (B.Tech. 4 Yr)        ENGINEERING
 at ISMU-DHANBAD                                       at ISMU-DHANBAD             (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
                                                                               at ISMU-DHANBAD




      Tarun Rathi             Vaibhav Singhal              Pranay Garg             Ajit Kumar
  Reg. No. 2042127           Reg. No. 1093217          Reg. No. 1082151        Reg. No. 5026130
       AIR-4636                   AIR-4740                  AIR-4907           AIR-4913 (OB-668)
     ECONOMICS              APPLIED GEOLOGY               ELECTRICAL
(M.Sc. Integrated 5 Yr)    (M.Sc. Integrated 5 Yr)      ENGINEERING
 at IIT KHARAGPUR           at IIT KHARAGPUR              (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
                                                      at ISMU-DHANBAD




Sanoor Vasanth Kamath       Ranjan Maheshwari             Mohit Jain           Neeraj Daswani
   Reg. No. 6071481          Reg. No. 1082340          Reg. No. 1082253        Reg. No. 5021202
        AIR-4932                  AIR-5118                AIR- 5170                 AIR-5171
      ECONOMICS               ELECTRONICS                                     APPLIED GEOLOGY
 (M.Sc. Integrated 5 Yr)      ENGINEERING                                    (M.Sc. Integrated 5 Yr)
  at IIT KHARAGPUR              (B.Tech. 4 Yr)                                at IIT KHARAGPUR
                            at ISMU-DHANBAD


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Vivek Singh Grewal        Shrikant Sanjay Pradhan      Sushant Kashyap             Puneet Goyal
  Reg. No. 5021264           Reg. No. 1081112          Reg. No. 5026439         Reg. No. 1082266
       AIR-5224                   AIR-5243                   AIR- 5255               AIR-5275
    BIOENGG. with              MECHANICAL                 CHEMISTRY                  CERAMIC
       M.Tech in               ENGINEERING           (M.Sc Integrated 5 Yr)       ENGINEERING
BIOMEDICAL TECH                 (B.Tech. 4 Yr)          at IIT ROORKEE             (B.Tech. 4Yr)
 ( 5 Yr Dual Degree)        at ISMU-DHANBAD                                   at IT-BHU, VARANASI
at IT-BHU,VARANASI




    Amit Sharma             Neelesh Agarwal           Ritesh Sharma            Kalkar Shrihari
 Reg. No. 1082226           Reg. No. 1082419         Reg. No. 1082360            Bhagwan
      AIR-5311                 AIR-5537                  AIR-5603             Reg. No. 1081316
    ELECTRICAL                                                                    AIR-5656
   ENGINEERING                                                                    ABSENT
    (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
 atISMU-DHANBAD




      Jyoti Gupta               Virender Mehta      Akuthota Ranjith Kumar         Niloy Roy
  Reg. No. 2042179            Reg. No. 1082368         Reg. No. 6040233         Reg. No. 5027239
       AIR-5768                    AIR-5821           AIR-5843 (OB-816)            AIR-5881
  MATHEMATICS &            MINING ENGINEERING              ABSENT                   ABSENT
     COMPUTING                   (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
(M.Sc. Integrated 5 Yr)     at IT-BHU, VARANASI
 at ISMU-DHANBAD



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 Mayank Parasrampuria         Pawan Kumar        Shashank Pandey            Khushboo Singh
   Reg. No. 1082324        Reg. No. 5051287      Reg. No. 1082141           Reg. No. 5028157
        AIR-5865           AIR-6036 (OB-839)         AIR-6045                    AIR-6048
        MINERAL                   MINING                                         MINERAL
    ENGINEERING              ENGINEERING                                     ENGINEERING
      (B.Tech. 4 Yr)           (B.Tech. 4 Yr)                                  (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
  at ISMU-DHANBAD          at ISMU-DHANBAD                                 at ISMU-DHANBAD




   Vishal Agarwal         Parth Gupta             Prameet Rathod            Milind Shrivastava
 Reg. No. 1082327       Reg. No. 1082326         Reg. No. 5021151           Reg. No. 1082250
      AIR-6068             AIR-6278                  AIR-6309                    AIR-6438
      MINERAL               ABSENT               ENVIRONMENTAL                   ABSENT
  ENGINEERING                                      ENGINEERING
    (B.Tech. 4 Yr)                                (B.Tech. 4 Yr) at
at ISMU-DHANBAD                                  ISMU-DHANBAD




  Saurabh Mittal        Shashank Shekhar              Ravi Bohra             Prabhat Chandra
 Reg. No. 1082350        Reg. No. 5027224         Reg. No. 2042391           Reg. No. 5026138
    AIR-6503                AIR-6522                   AIR-6703             AIR-6815 (OB-980)
                                                     CHEMISTRY            Mechanical Engineering
                                                (M.Sc. Integrated 5 Yr)         (B.Tech. 4 Yr)
                                                 at ISMU-DHANBAD          at IIT BHUBANESWAR




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  Abhishek Anand          Agawane Rohan              Ankur Bose                Somendra Narayan
  Reg. No. 5026400            Ramesh               Reg. No. 5095247            Reg. No. 1082435
     AIR-6868            Reg. No. 1081097             AIR-6879                    AIR-6934
                         AIR-6874 (SC-71)
                           MECHANICAL
                           ENGINEERING
                         (B.Tech. 4 Yr) at IIT
                             BOMBAY




                  Anurag Kumar              Manish Talreja             Jayesh Agrawal
                 Reg. No. 5028360          Reg. No. 1082100           Reg. No. 5021269
                    AIR- 6958                 AIR-7260                    AIR-7280
                     ABSENT                    ABSENT




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          PARADISE INSTITUTE TEST SERIES
 Program for 2 Yrs. Foundation IIT-JEE-2011
 Sl.   Test
                 Dates      Timing                               Syllabus
 No. Program
  1.   Test-1   4-10-09     4 P.M.     Physics :    Physics World, Units & Measurements, Motion in a
                           to 7 P.M.                straight line, Motion in a plane And Laws of Motion.
                                       Chemistry : Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry : Importance
                                                    of Chemistry, Nature of Matter, Properties of
                                                    Matter and their Measurement, Uncertainty in
                                                    Measurement, Laws of Chemical Combinations,
                                                    Dalton’s Atomic Theory, Atomic and Molecular
                                                    Masses, Mole concept and Molar Masses,
                                                    Percentage Composition, Stoichiometry and
                                                    Stoichiometric Calculations.
                                       Maths :      Sets: Introduction, Sets and their Representations, The
                                                    empty Set, Finite and Infinite Sets, Equal Sets, Sub-
                                                    sets, Power Set, Universal Set, Venn Diagrams, Opera-
                                                    tions on Sets, Complement of a set, Practical problems
                                                    on Union and Interaction of Two Sets.Relations and
                                                    Functions: Introduction, Cartesian Product of Sets,
                                                    Relations , Functions.
  2.   Test-2   11-10-09    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :    Same Syllabus

  3.   Test-3   18-10-09    4 P.M.     Physics :    Work Energy & Power, Systems of Particles and
                           to 7 P.M.                Rotational Motion, Gravitation.
                                       Chemistry : Structure of Atom : Sub-atomic Particles,
                                                    Atomic Models, Developments Leading to the
                                                    Bohr’s Model of atom, Bohr’s Model for
                                                    Hydrogen Atom, Towards Quantum Mechanical
                                                    Model of the Atom, Quantum Mechanical Model
                                                    of Atom.
                                       Maths :     Trigonometric Functions: Introduction, Angles,
                                                    Trigonometric Functions, TrigonometricFunctions
                                                    of Sum and Difference of Two Angles, Trigono
                                                    metric Equations
  4.   Test-4   01-11-09    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Same Syllabus

  5.   Test-5   08-11-09    4 P.M.     Physics :   Mechanical properties of Solids : Introduction,
                           to 7 P.M.               Elastic behavior of solids, Stress and Strain,
                                                   Hooke’s Law, Stress - strain curve, Elastic moduli,
                                                   Applications of elastic behavior of materials.
                                       Chemistry : Classification of Elements and Periodicity of
                                                   Properties : Why do we need to Classify
                                                   Elements ?, Genesis of Periodic Classification,

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 Sl.   Test
                 Dates      Timing                                Syllabus
 No. Program
                                                     Modern Periodic Law and the present form of the
                                                     Periodic Table, Nomenclature of Elements with
                                                     Atomic Number > 100, Electronic configurations
                                                     of Elements and the Periodic Table, Electronic
                                                     Configurations and Types of Elements : s, p, d,
                                                     f-Blocks, Periodic Trends in Properties of Elements.
                                       Maths :       Principle of Mathematical Induction: Introduc
                                                     tion, Motivation, The Principle of Mathematical
                                                     Induction,
  6.   Test-6   15-11-09    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Same Syllabus

  7.   Test-7   29-11-09    4 P.M.     Physics :      Mechanical properties of Fluids: Introduction,
                           to 7 P.M.                  Pressure, Streamline flow, Bernoulli’s principle,
                                                      Viscosity, reynolds number, Surface tension.
                                       Chemistry :    Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure :
                                                      Kossel-Lewis Approach to Chemical Bonding,
                                                      Ionic or Electrovalent Bond, Bond Parameters,
                                                      The Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion
                                                      (VSEPR) Theory, Valence Bond Theory,
                                                      Hybridision, Molecular Orbital Theory, Bonding
                                                      in Some Homonuclear Diatomic Molecules,
                                                      Hydrogen Bonding.
                                       Maths :        Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations:
                                                      Introduction, Complex Numbers, Algebra of
                                                      Com plex Numbers, The Modulus and the Conjugate
                                                      of Complex Number, Argand Plane and Polar Repre
                                                      sentation, Quadratic Equations.
  8.   Test-8   06-12-09    4 P.M.     Physics :      Same Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry :    Same Syllabus.
                                       Maths :        Same Syllabus.

  9.   Test-9   13-12-09    4 P.M.     Physics :      Thermal properties of Matter : Introduction,
                           to 7 P.M.                  temperature and heat, Measurement of
                                                      temperature, Ideal-gas equation and absolute
                                                      temperature, Thermal Expansion, Specific heat
                                                      capacity, calorimetry, Change of state, heat
                                                      transfer, Newton’s law of cooling
                                       Chemistry :    States of Matter : Intermolecular Forces,
                                                      Thermal Energy, Intermolecular Forces vs
                                                      Thermal Interactions, The Gaseous State, The
                                                      Gas Laws, Ideal Gas Equation, Kinetic
                                                      Molecular Theory of Gases, Behaviour of real
                                                      gases : Deviation from Ideal Gas Behaviour,
                                                      Liquifaction of Gases, Liquid State.
                                       Maths :        Linear Inequalities: Introduction, Inequalities,
                                                      Algebraic Solutions of Linear Inequalities on One
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                                                variable and their Graphical representation., Graphi
                                                cal Solution of linear Inequalities in Two Variables,
                                                Solution of System of Linear Inequalities in two
                                                variables.
  10.   Test-10   20-12-09    4 P.M.     Physics :      Same Syllabus
                             to 7 P.M.   Chemistry :    Same Syllabus.
                                         Maths :        Same Syllabus.

  11.   Test-11   27-12-09    4 P.M.     Physics:       Theremodynamics:Introduction, Thermal
                             to 7 P.M.                  equilibrium, Zeroth law of thermodynamics,
                                                        Heat , Internal energy and work, First law of
                                                        thermodynamics, Specific heat capacity,
                                                        Thermodynamics state variables and equation
                                                        of state, Thermodynamic processes, Heat
                                                        engines, Refrigerators and heat pumps ,
                                                        Second law of thermodynamics, Reversible
                                                        and irreversible processes, Carnot engine.
                                         Chemistry :    Thermodynamics : Thermodynamic State,
                                                        Applications, Measurement of U and H :
                                                        Calorimetry, Enthalpy Change,  r H of a
                                                        Reaction, Enthalpies for Different Types of
                                                        Reactions, Spontaneity, Gibbs Energy Change
                                                        and Equilibrium.
                                         Maths :        Permutation and combinations: Introduction,
                                                        Fundamental Principle of Counting, Permutations,
                                                        Combinations.
  12.   Test-12   03-01-09    4 P.M.     Physics:       Same Syllabus
                             to 7 P.M.   Chemistry :    Same Syllabus
                                         Maths :        Same Syllabus

  13.   Test-13   10-01-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Kinetic Theory: Introduction, Molecular
                             to 7 P.M.               nature of matter, behavior of gases, Kinetic
                                                     theory of an ideal gas, Law of equipartion of
                                                     energy, Specific heat capacity, Mean free path.
                                         Chemistry : Equilibrium : Equilibrium in Physical
                                                     Processes, Equilibrium in Chemical Processes -
                                                     Dynamic Equilibrium, Law of Chemical
                                                     Equilibrium and Equilibrium Constant,
                                                     Homogeneous Equilibria, Heterogeneous
                                                     equilibria, Applications of Equilibrium
                                                     Constants, Relationship between Equilibrium
                                                     Constant K, Reaction Quotient Q and Gibbs
                                                     Energy G, Factors Affecting Equilibria, Ionic
                                                     Equilibrium in Solution, Acids, Bases and
                                                     Salts, Ionization of Acids and Bases, Buffer
                                                     Solutions, Solubility Equilibria of Sparingly
                                                     Soluble Salts.
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                                        Maths :     Binomial Theorem: Introduction, Binomial
                                                    Theorem for Positive Integral Indices, general and
                                                    Middle Terms.
 14.   Test-14   17-01-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus

 15.   Test-15   24-01-10    4 P.M.     Physics :     Oscillations: Introduction, periodic and oscilla
                            to 7 P.M.                 tory motions, Simple harmonic motion, Simple
                                                      harmonic motion and uniform circular motion,
                                                      velocity and acceleration in simple harmonic
                                                      motion, Force law for simple harmonic motion,
                                                      Energy in simple harmonic motion, Some
                                                      systems executing SHM, Damped simple
                                                      harmonic motion, Forced oscillations and
                                                      resonance.
                                        Chemistry :   Redox Reactions : Classical Idea of Redox
                                                      Reactions-Oxidation and Reduction Reactions,
                                                      Redox Reactions in Terms of Electron Transfer
                                                      Reactions, Oxidation Number, Redox Reactions
                                                      and Electrode Processes.
                                        Maths :       Sequence and Series: Introduction, Sequences,
                                                      Series, Arithmetic progression (A.P.), geometrical
                                                      progression (G.P.), Relationship Between A.M. and
                                                      G.M., Sum to n terms of Special Series.
 16.   Test-16   31-01-10    4 P.M.     Physics :     Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry :   Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :       Same Syllabus


 17.   Test-17   07-02-10    4 P.M.     Physics :     Waves: Introduction, Transverse and
                            to 7 P.M.                 longitudinal waves, Displacement relation in a
                                                      progressive wave, The speed of a travelling
                                                      wave, The principle of superposition of waves,
                                                      reflection of waves, Beats, Doppler effect
                                        Chemistry :   Hydrogen : Position of Hydrogen in the
                                                      Periodic Table, Dihydrogen, H2, Preparation of
                                                      Dihydrogen, H2, Properties of Dihydrogen,
                                                      Hydrides, Water, Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2),
                                                      Heavy Water, D2O, Dihydrogen as A Fuel
                                        Maths :       Straight Lines: Introduction, Slope of a Line,
                                                      Various Forms of the Equation of Line, General
                                                      Equation of a Line, general Equation of a Line,
                                                      Distance of a Point From a Line
 18.   Test-18   14-02-10    4 P.M.     Physics :     Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry :   Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :       Same Syllabus



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                  Dates      Timing                                 Syllabus
No.    Program
 19.   Test-19   21-02-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Electric Charges and Fields: Introduction, Electric
                            to 7 P.M.               Charges, Conductors and Insulators, Charging by
                                                    Introduction, Basic Properties of Electric Charge,
                                                    Coulomb’s Law, Forces between Multiple Charges,
                                                    Electric Field, Electric Field Lines, Electric Flux,
                                                    Electric Dipole, in a Uniform External Field,
                                                    Continuous Charge Distribution, Gauss’s Law,
                                                    Application of Gauss’s Law.
                                        Chemistry : The s-Block Elements : Group I Elements : Alkali
                                                    Metals, General Characteristics of the Compounds
                                                    of the Alkali Metals, Anomalous Properites of
                                                    Lithium, Some Important Compounds of Sodium,
                                                    Biological Importance of Sodium and Potassium,
                                                    Group 2 Elements : Alkaline Earth Metals, General
                                                    Characteristics of Compounds of the Alkaline Earth
                                                    Metals, Anomalous Behaviour of Beryllium, Some
                                                    Important Compounds of Calcium, Biological
                                                    Importance of Magnesium and Calcium.
                                        Maths :     Conic Sections: Introduction, Sections of a Cone,
                                                    Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola
20.    Test-20   28-02-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus

 21.   Test-21   04-04-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance:
                            to 7 P.M.               Introduction, Electrostatic Potential, due to a Point
                                                    Charge, Potential due to an Electric Dipole, Poten
                                                    tial due to a System of Charges, Equipotential
                                                    Surfaces, Potential Energy of a System of Charges,
                                                    Potential Energy in an External Field, Electrostatics
                                                    of Conductors, Dielectrics and Polarisation, Capaci
                                                    tors and Capacitance, The Parallel Plate Capacitor,
                                                    Effect of Dielectric on Capacitance, Combination of
                                                    Capacitors, Energy Stored in a Capacitor, Van de
                                                    Graaff Generator.
                                        Chemistry : The p-Block Elements : Group 13 Elements : The
                                                    Boron Family, Important Trends and Anomalous
                                                    Properties of Boron, Some Important compounds of
                                                    Boron, Uses of Boron and Aluminium and their
                                                    Compounds, Group 14 Elements : The Carbon
                                                    family, Important Trends and Anomalous Behaviour
                                                    of Carbon, Allotropes of Carbon, Some Important
                                                    Compounds of Carbon and Silicon.
                                        Maths :     Introduction to Three Dimensional geometry: Intro
                                                    duction, Coordinate Axes and Coordinate Planes in
                                                    Three Dimensional Space, Coordinates of a Point in
                                                    Space, Distance between Two Points, Section Formula.

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                  Dates      Timing
No.    Program                                                      Syllabus
22.    Test-22   11-04-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus


23.    Test-23   18-04-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Current Electricity: Introduction, Electric Current,
                            to 7 P.M.               Electric Currents in Conductors, Ohm’s law, Drift of
                                                    Electrons and the Origin of Resistivity, Limitations
                                                    of Ohm’s Law, Resistivity of various Materials,
                                                    Temperature Dependence of Resistivity, Electrical
                                                    Energy, Power, Combination of Resistors – Series
                                                    and Parallel, Cells, emf, Internal Resistance, Cells in
                                                    Series and in Parallel, Kirchhoff’s Laws, Wheat
                                                    stone Bridge , Meter Bridge, Potentiometer.
                                        Chemistry : Organic Chemistry - Some Basic Principles and
                                                    Techniques : General Introduction, Tetravalence of
                                                    Carbon : Shapes of Organic Compounds, Structural
                                                    Representations of Organic Compounds,
                                                    Classification of Organic Compounds,
                                                    Nomenclature of Organic Compounds, Isomerism,
                                                    Fundamental Concepts in Organic Reaction
                                                    Mechanism, Methods of Purification of Organic
                                                    Compounds, Qualitative Analysis of Organic
                                                    Compounds, Quantitative Analysis.
                                        Maths :     Limits and Derivatives:Introduction, Intuitive Idea
                                                    Derivatives, Limits, Limits of Trigonometric Functions,
                                                    Derivatives.
24.    Test-24   25-04-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus


 25.   Test-25   02-05-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Moving Charges and Magnetism: Introduction,
                            to 7 P.M.               magnetic Force, Motion in a magnetic Field, Motion
                                                    in combined electric and Magnetic Fields, Magnetic
                                                    Field due to a Current Element, Biot-Savart Law,
                                                    Magnetic Field on the Axis of a Circular Current
                                                    Loop, Ampere’s Circuital Law, The Solenoid and
                                                    the Toroid, Force between Two Parallel Currents,
                                                    the Ampere, Torque on current Loop, magnetic
                                                    Dipole, The Moving Coil galvanometer.
                                        Chemistry : Hydrocarbons : Classification, Alkanes, Alkenes,
                                                    Alkynes, Aromatic Hydrocarbon, Carcinogenicity
                                                    and Toxicity.
                                        Maths :     Mathematical Reasoning: Introduction, Statements,
                                                    New Statements from Old, Special Words/Phrases,
                                                    Implications, Validating Statements



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                  Dates        Timing
       Program                                                          Syllabus
No.
26.    Test-26   9-05-10       4 P.M.       Physics :   Same Syllabus
                             to 7 P.M.      Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                            Maths :     Same Syllabus


27.    Test-27   16-05-10     4 P.M.        Physics :   Magnetism and Matter: Introduction, The Bar
                             to 7 P.M.                  Magnet, Magnetism and Gauss’s Law, The Earth’s
                                                        Magnetism, Magetisation and Magnetic Intensity,
                                                        Magnetic Properties of Materials, Permanent
                                                        Magnets and Electromagnets.
                                            Chemistry : Environmental Chemistry : Environmental
                                                        Pollution, Atmospheric Pollution, Water Pollution,
                                                        Industrial Waste, Strategies to control
                                                        Environmental Pollution, Green Chemistry.
                                            Maths :     Statistics: Introduction, Measures of Dispersion, Range,
                                                        Mean Deviation, variance and Standard Deviation,
                                                        Analysis of Frequency Distributions.
28.    Test-28   23-05-10       4 P.M.      Physics :   Same Syllabus
                             to 7.00 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                            Maths :     Same Syllabus


 29.   Test-29   30-05-10      4 P.M.       Physics :   Electromagnetic Induction: Introduction, The
                             to 7 P.M.                  Experiments of Faraday and Henry, Magnetic Flux,
                                                        Faraday’s Law of Induction, Lenz’s Law and
                                                        Conservation of Energy, Motional Electromotive
                                                        Force, Energy Consideration : A Quantitative Study,
                                                        Eddy Currents, Inductance, AC Generator.
                                            Chemistry : Solutions : Types of Solutions, Expressing
                                                        concentration of Solutions, Solubility, Vapour
                                                        Pressure of Liquid Solutions, Ideal and Non-ideal
                                                        Solutions, Colligative Properties and Determination
                                                        of Molar Mass, Abnormal Molar Masses.
                                            Maths :     Probability: Introduction, random Experiments, Event,
                                                        Axiomatic Approach to Probability
30.    Test-30   06-06-10     4 P.M.        Physics :   Same Syllabus
                             to 7 P.M.      Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                            Maths :     Same Syllabus


31.    Test-31    13-06-10    4 P.M.        Physics :   Alternating Current : Introduction, AC Voltage
                              to 7 P.M.                 Applied to a Resistor, Representation of AC Current
                                                        and Voltage by Rotating Vectors - Phasors, AC
                                                        Voltage Applied to an Inductor, AC Voltage Applied
                                                        to a Capacitor, AC Voltage Applied to a Series LCR
                                                        Circuit, Power in AC Circuit : The Power Factor,
                                                        LC Oscillations, Transformers.
                                            Chemistry : Electrochemistry : Electrochemical Cells, Galvanic
                                                        Cells, Nernst Equation, Conductance of Electrolytic
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No.   Program                                                      Syllabus

                                                   Solutions, Electrolytic Cells and Electrolysis,
                                                   Batteries, Fuel Cells, Corrosion.
                                       Maths :     Infinite Series : Introduction, Binomial Therorem for
                                                   any Index, Infinite Geometric Series, Exponential Series,
                                                   Logarithmic Series. Mathematical Modelling :
                                                   Indroduction, Preliminaries, What is Mathematical
                                                   Modelling.
32.   Test-32   20-06-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Same Syllabus


33.   Test-33   27-06-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Electromagnetic Waves : Introduction,
                           to 7 P.M.               Displacement Current, Electromagnetic Waves,
                                                   Electromagnetic Spectrum.
                                       Chemistry : Chemical Kinetics : Rate of a Chemical Reaction,
                                                   Factors Influencing Rate of a Reaction, Integrated
                                                   Rate Equations, Pseudo First Order Reaction,
                                                   Temperature Dependence of the Rate of a Reaction,
                                                   Collision Theory of Chemical Reactions.
                                       Maths :     Relations and Functions: Introduction, Types of
                                                   Relations, Types of Functions, Composition of
                                                   Functions and Invertible Function, Binary operations.
34.   Test-34   04-07-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Same Syllabus


35.   Test-35   11-07-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Ray Optics and Optical Instruments :
                           to 7 P.M.               Introduction, Reflection of light by Spherical
                                                   Mirrors, Refraction, Total Internal Reflection,
                                                   Refraction at Spherical Surfaces and by Lenses,
                                                   Refraction through a Prism, Dispersion by a Prism,
                                                   Some Natural Phenomena due to Sunlight, Optical
                                                   Instruments.
                                       Chemistry : Surface Chemistry : Adsorption, Catalysis,
                                                   Colloids, Classification of Colloids, Emulsions,
                                                   Colloids Around Us.
                                       Maths :     Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Introduction,
                                                   Basic Concepts, properties fo Inverse Trigonometric
                                                   Functions.
36.   Test-36   18-07-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Same Syllabus


37.   Test-37   25-07-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Wave Optics : Introduction, Huygens Principle,
                           to 7 P.M.               Refraction and reflection of plane waves using
                                                   Huygens Principle, Coherent and Incoherent
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                  Dates      Timing                                   Syllabus
No.   Program

                                                     Addition of Waves, Interference of Light Waves and
                                                     Young’s Experiment, Diffraction, Polarisation.
                                         Chemistry : General Principles and Processes of isolation of
                                                     Elements : Occurrence of Metals, concentration of
                                                     Ores, Extraction of Crude Metal from Concentrated
                                                     Ore, Thermodynamic Principles of Metallurgy,
                                                     Electrochemical Principles of Metallurgy, Oxidation
                                                     Reduction, Refining , Uses of Aluminium, Copper,
                                                     Zinc and Iron.
                                         Maths :     Matrices: Introduction, Matrix, Types of Matrices,
                                                     Operations on Matrices, Transpose of a Matrix,
                                                     Symmetric and Skew Symmetric Matrices, Elementary
                                                     Operation (Transformation) of a Matrix, Invertible
                                                     Matrices.
38.    Test-38   01-08-10    4 P.M.      Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.    Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                         Maths :     Same Syllabus.


39.   Test-39    08-08-10     4 P.M.     Physics :   Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter : Introduc
                             to 7 P.M.               tion, Electron Emission, Photoelectric Effect,
                                                     Experimental Study of Photoelectric Effect,
                                                     Photoelectric Effect and Wave Theory of Light,
                                                     Einstein’s Photoelectric Equation : Energy Quantum
                                                     of Radiation, Particle Nature of Light : The Photon,
                                                     Wave Nature of Matter, Davisson and Germer
                                                     Experiment.
                                         Chemistry : The p-Block Elements : Group 15 Elements,
                                                     Dinitrogen, Ammonia, Oxides of Nitrogen, Nitric
                                                     Acid, Phosphorus Allotropic Forms, Phosphine,
                                                     Phosphorus Halides, Oxoacids of Phosphorus,
                                                     Group 16 Elements, Dioxygen, Simple Oxides,
                                                     Ozone, Sulphur Allotropic Forms, Sulphur Dioxide,
                                                     oxoacids of Sulphur, Sulphuric Acid, Group
                                                     17 Elements, Chlorine, hydrogen Chloride,
                                                     Oxoacids of Halogens, Interhalogen Compounds,
                                                     Group 18 Elements.
                                         Maths :     Determinants: Introduction, Determinant,
                                                     Properties of Determinants, Area of a Triangle,
                                                     Minors and Cofactors, Adjoint and Inverse of a
                                                     Matrix, Applications of Determinants and Matrices.
40.   Test-40    15-08-10    4 P.M.      Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.    Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                         Maths :     Same Syllabus




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                  Dates      Timing                                 Syllabus
No.   Program

41.   Test-41    22-08-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Atoms : Introduction, Alpha-particle Scattering and
                            to 7 P.M.               Rutherford’s Nuclear Model of Atom, Atomic
                                                    Spectra, Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom, The
                                                    Line Spectra of the Hydrogen Atom, de Broglie’s
                                                    Explanation of Bohr’s Second Postulate of
                                                    Quantisation.
                                        Chemistry : The d-and f-block Elements : Position in the
                                                    Periodic Table, Electronic Configurations of the
                                                    d-Block Elements, General Properties of the
                                                    Transition Elements (d-Block), Some Important
                                                    compounds of Transition Elements, The
                                                    Lanthanoids, The Actinoids, Some Applications of
                                                    d-and f-Block Elements.
                                        Maths :     Continuity and Differentiability: Introduction,
                                                    Continuity, Differentiability, Exponential and
                                                    Logarithmic Functions, Logarithmic Differentiation,
                                                    Derivatives of Functions in Parametric Forms,
                                                    Second Order Derivative, Mean Value Theorem.
42.   Test-42    29-08-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus


43.    Test-43   05-09-10   4 P.M.      Physics :   Nuclei : Introduction, Atomic Masses and
                            to 7 P.M.               Composition of Nucleus, Size of the Nucleus,
                                                    Mass-Energy and Nuclear Binding Energy, Nuclear
                                                    Force, Radioactivity, Nuclear Energy.
                                        Chemistry : Corrdination Compounds : Werner’s Theory of
                                                    Coordination Compounds, Definition of Some
                                                    Important Terms Pertaining to Coordination
                                                    Compounds, Nomenclature of Coordination
                                                    Compounds, Isomerism in Coordination
                                                    Compounds, Bonding in Coordination Compounds,
                                                    Bonding in Metal Carbonyls, Stability of
                                                    Coordination Compounds, Importance and
                                                    Applications of Coordination Compounds.
                                        Maths :     Application of Derivatives: Introduction, Rate of
                                                    Change of Quantities, Increasing and Decreasing
                                                    Functions, Tangents and Normals, Approximations,
                                                    Maxima and Minima.
44.   Test-44    12-09-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus




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No.   Program

45.    Test-45   19-09-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Semiconductor Electronics : Material, Devices
                            to 7 P.M.               and Simple Circuits : Introduction, Classification
                                                    of Metals, Conductors and Semiconductors, Intrinsic
                                                    Semiconductor, Extrinsic Semiconductor, p-n
                                                    Junction, Semiconductor diode, Application of
                                                    Junction Diode as a Rectifier, Special Purpose p-n
                                                    Junction Diodes, Junction Transistor, Digital
                                                    Electronics and Logic Gates, Integrated Circuits.
                                        Chemistry : Haloalkanes and Haloarenes : Classification,
                                                    Nomenclature, Nature of C-X Bond, Methods of
                                                    Preparation, Physical Properties, Chemical
                                                    Reactions, Polyhalogen Compounds.
                                        Maths :     Integrals: Introduction, Integration as an Inverse
                                                    Process of Differentiation, Methods of Integration,
                                                    Integrals of some Particular Functions, Integration by
                                                    Partial Fractions, Integration by Parts, Definite
                                                    Integral, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus,
                                                    Evaluation of Definite Integrals by Substitution, Some
                                                    Properties of Definite Integrals.
46.   Test-46    10-10-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus


47.   Test-47    17-10-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Communication Systems : Introduction, Elements
                            to 7 P.M.               of a Communication System, Basic Terminology
                                                    Used in Electronic Communication Systems,
                                                    Bandwidth of Signals, Bandwidth of Transmission
                                                    Medium, Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves,
                                                    Modulation and its Necessity, Amplitude
                                                    Modulation, Production of Amplitude Modulated
                                                    Wave, Detection of Amplitude Modulated Wave.
                                        Chemistry : Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers : Classification,
                                                    Nomenclature, Structures of Functional Groups,
                                                    Alcohols and Phenols, Some Commercially
                                                    Important Alcohols, Ethers.
                                        Maths :     Application of Integrals: Introduction, Area under
                                                    Simple Curves, Area between Two Curves.
48.   Test-48    24-10-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus


49.   Test-49    31-10-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Electric Charges and Fields: Introduction, Electric
                            to 7 P.M.               Charges, Conductors and Insulators, Charging by
                                                    Introduction, Basic Properties of Electric Charge,
                                                    Coulomb’s Law, Forces between Multiple Charges,

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No.   Program

                                                     Electric Field, Electric Field Lines, Electric Flux,
                                                     Electric Dipole, in a Uniform External Field,
                                                     Continuous Charge Distribution, Gauss’s Law,
                                                     Application of Gauss’s Law.
                                         Chemistry : Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids :
                                                     Nomenclature and Structure of Carbonyl Group,
                                                     Preparation of Aldehydes and Ketones, Physical
                                                     Properties, Chemical Reactions, Uses of Aldehydes
                                                     and Ketones, Nomenclature and Strurcture of
                                                     Carboxyl Group, Methods of Preparation of
                                                     Carboxylic Acids, Physical Properties, Chemical
                                                     Reactions, Uses of Carboxylic Acids.
                                         Maths :     Differential Equations: Introduction, basic
                                                     Concepts, general and particular Solutions of a
                                                     Differential Equation, Formation of a Differential
                                                     Equation whose general Solution is given, methods
                                                     of solving First order, First Degree Differential
                                                     Equations.
50.   Test-50    07-11-10    4 P.M.      Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.    Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                         Maths :     Same Syllabus


51.    Test-51   14-11-10     4 P.M.     Physics :   Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance:
                             to 7 P.M.               Introduction, Electrostatic Potential, due to a Point
                                                     Charge, Potential due to an Electric Dipole, Poten
                                                     tial due to a System of Charges, Equipotential
                                                     Surfaces, Potential Energy of a System of Charges,
                                                     Potential Energy in an External Field, Electrostatics
                                                     of Conductors, Dielectrics and Polarisation, Capaci
                                                     tors and Capacitance, The Parallel Plate Capacitor,
                                                     Effect of Dielectric on Capacitance, Combination of
                                                     Capacitors, Energy Stored in a Capacitor, Van de
                                                     Graaff Generator.
                                         Chemistry : Amines : Structure of Amines, Classification,
                                                     Nomenclature, Preparation of Amines, Physical
                                                     Properties, Chemical Reactions, Method of
                                                     Preparation of Diazonium Salts, Physical Properties,
                                                     Chemical Reactions, Importance of Diazonium Salts
                                                     in Synthesis of Aromatic Compounds.
                                         Maths :     Introduction, Some Basic Concepts, Types of
                                                     vectors, Addition of vectors, Multiplication of a
                                                     Vector by a Scalar, Product of Two Vectors.
52.   Test-52    21-11-10    4 P.M.      Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.    Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                         Maths :     Same Syllabus


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 Sl.     Test
                 Dates       Timing
 No.   Program                                                      Syllabus

 53.   Test-53   28-11-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Current Electricity: Introduction, Electric Current,
                            to 7 P.M.               Electric Currents in Conductors, Ohm’s law, Drift of
                                                    Electrons and the Origin of Resistivity, Limitations
                                                    of Ohm’s Law, Resistivity of various Materials,
                                                    Temperature Dependence of Resistivity, Electrical
                                                    Energy, Power, Combination of Resistors – Series
                                                    and Parallel, Cells, emf, Internal Resistance, Cells in
                                                    Series and in Parallel, Kirchhoff’s Laws, Wheat
                                                    stone Bridge , Meter Bridge, Potentiometer.
                                        Chemistry : Biomolaecules : Carbohydrates, Proteins, Enzymes,
                                                    Vitamins, Nucleic Acids.
                                        Maths :     Three Dimensional Geometry: Introduction,
                                                    Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios of a Line,
                                                    Equation of Line in Space, Angle between Two
                                                    Lines, Shortest Distance between Two Lines, Plane,
                                                    Coplanarity of Two Lines, Angle between Two
                                                    Planes, Distance of a Point from a Plane, Angle
                                                    between a Line and a Plane.
 54.   Test-54   05-12-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus


 55.   Test-55   12-12-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Moving Charges and Magnetism: Introduction,
                            to 7 P.M.               magnetic Force, Motion in a magnetic Field, Motion
                                                    in combined electric and Magnetic Fields, Magnetic
                                                    Field due to a Current Element, Biot-Savart Law,
                                                    Magnetic Field on the Axis of a Circular Current
                                                    Loop, Ampere’s Circuital Law, The Solenoid and
                                                    the Toroid, Force between Two Parallel Currents,
                                                    the Ampere, Torque on current Loop, magnetic
                                                    Dipole, The Moving Coil galvanometer.
                                        Chemistry : Polymers : Classification of Polymers, Types of
                                                    Polymerisation, Molecular Mass of Polymers,
                                                    Biodegradable Polymers, Polymers of Commercial
                                                    Importance.
                                        Maths :     Linear Programming: Introduction, Linear
                                                    Programming, Problem and mathematical
                                                    Formulation, Different Types of Linear
                                                    programming Problems.
 56.   Test-56   19-12-10    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                            to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                        Maths :     Same Syllabus




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Sl.     Test
                Dates       Timing
      Program                                                       Syllabus
No.
57.   Test-57   26-12-10     4 P.M.    Physics :   Magnetism and Matter: Introduction, The Bar
                           to 7 P.M.               Magnet, Magnetism and Gauss’s Law, The Earth’s
                                                   Magnetism, Magetisation and Magnetic Intensity,
                                                   Magnetic Properties of Materials, Permanent
                                                   Magnets and Electromagnets.
                                       Chemistry : Chemistry in Everyday Life : Drugs and their
                                                   Classification, Drug-Target Interaction, Therapeutic
                                                   Action of Different Classes of Drugs, Chemicals in
                                                   Food, Cleansing Agents.
                                       Maths :     Probability: Introduction, Conditional Probability,
                                                   Multiplication Theorem and Probability,
                                                   Independent Events, Baye’s variables and its
                                                   probability Distributions, Bernoulli Trials and
                                                   Binomial Distribution.
58.   Test-58   09-01-11    4 P.M.     Physics :   Same Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Same Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Same Syllabus.


59.   Test-59   16-01-11    4 P.M.     Physics :   Full Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Full Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Full Syllabus
60.   Test-60   23-01-11    4 P.M.     Physics :   Full Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Full Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Full Syllabus


61.   Test-61   30-01-11    4 P.M.     Physics :   Full Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Full Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Full Syllabus
62.   Test-62   06-02-11    4 P.M.     Physics :   Full Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Full Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Full Syllabus


63.   Test-63   13-02-11    4 P.M.     Physics :   Full Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Full Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Full Syllabus
64.   Test-64   20-02-11    4 P.M.     Physics :   Full Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Full Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Full Syllabus


65.   Test-65   27-02-11    4 P.M.     Physics :   Full Syllabus
                           to 7 P.M.   Chemistry : Full Syllabus
                                       Maths :     Full Syllabus




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