KOCP: IIT JEE Coaching
Basic Information About the IITs and their Joint Entrance Exam The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are the most prestigious institutes in India that offer engineering and technological education of internationally recognized standard of excellence. The IITs offer courses at their Mumbai, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Roorkee campuses and also at the Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi and Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad. From the year 2008 onwards, eight new IITs have been set up across the country by the Union HRD Ministry. These new IITs are located in the states of Rajasthan (Jodhpur), Bihar (Patna), Andhra Pradesh (Hyderabad), Himachal Pradesh (Mandi), Orissa (Bhubaneshwar), Madhya Pradesh (Indore), Gujarat (Gandhinagar) and Punjab (Rupnagar), which has increased the total number of IITs to 15.
Students coming out of the IITs are known to have acquired professional excellence in life. Be it a matter of getting admissions for further studies in most prestigious Universities abroad, or getting employment in any reputed organisations in the world, IITians are always in top demand.
Every year, the IITs conduct a Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) to select candidates for the 4-year B.Tech, B.Pharm, 5-year B.Arch, Integrated M.Sc. and M.Tech courses.
Pattern of the IIT JEE
At present, the IIT JEE is a single – stage objective type examination consisting of two papers of three hours duration each to test comprehension & analytical ability of candidates. Both papers, Paper-1 and Paper-2 will each have three separate sections on Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. All questions will be of Objective Type, designed to test aptitude, comprehension and analytical ability of the candidates
Eligibility for the IIT JEE
- Candidates appearing in (10+2) or equivalent qualifying examination, must secure at least 60%(55% for SC/ST and PD) marks in aggregate in their respective Board Examination.
- A student can have only two attempts to write the JEE in the year in which he or she passes the XIIth standard examination and/or in the following year.
- Candidates who join any of the IITs, IT-BHU, Varanasi, and ISM, Dhanbad through JEE will not be permitted to appear for JEE in future
New selection process of IITs
- One entrance exam for admission to IITs, NITs and IIITs
- The new JEE will consist of 2 Tests viz. Main Test and Advanced Test which will test problem solving ability in basic science subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Both Tests will be of 3 hours duration each.
- Only the Top 1,50,000 candidates (including all categories) based on performance in JEE (Mains) will qualify to appear in the JEE (Advanced) examination, which will rank candidates for admissions to IITs, provided the candidates are among the top 20% high scorers of their respective boards in class XII examination.
As the above selection pattern gives a substantial importance to the Std. XII Board marks, it is very essential that every student prepares well not only for the proposed JEE, but for Std. XII also.
Our IIT JEE courses are elite in their perfectionism & proficiency and they lead the students to the peak of their preparation while simultaneously covering the school syllabus (CBSE & other Boards). The curriculum is revised frequently to keep pace with the fast changing competitive environment. The faculty is a blend of rich academic experience and vast knowledge. The series of periodic tests are identical to the pattern of various competitive engineering examinations and give ample practice to the aspirants for the same.
Getting a first-hand feel of studying in a rigorously competitive environment, our students further develop their ability of problem solving skills and demonstrate superior performance. Every test attempted by the students gives them a clear idea of their understanding of the topic, strengths and weaknesses, ranking amongst the aspirants from across India. By being a part of the on-going year round curriculum, they adapt themselves well to the pattern of paper and are successful in the examination with ease. Besides delivering knowledge we encourage and motivate our students to make most of their abilities by boosting their confidence.
DIRECT ADMISSION’s KOCP is wholly committed to imparting career based education and students have the benefit of our expertise and knowledge every day throughout the year. From our core curriculum of preparatory studies to the detailed subject analysis through tests, our students have an access to all that is required to be successful in IIT JEE (Main+Advanced).
This is a highly systematic, comprehensive and relevant Study Material Package. This course is designed meticulously for efficient learning. If the student goes through the SMP thoroughly then it helps develop sound understanding of fundamental, a methodological approach to problem solving.
The best brains compete to get an admission to this two-year legendary course offered by us. The course, unmatched in its rigour and precision, raises you to the very zenith of your preparation. The stimulating atmosphere of the institute, small batches (yes-we believe in quality) and one to one interaction with the instructor ensure that every rough edge is smoothened, every small doubt is cleared, that’s why most of our toppers are from this course. More importantly, we train you to think analytically, we give you a systematic approach to problem solving – a must for IIT-JEE. If you think you are bright, if you think you are capable, if you think that you can make it to the top, this course is precisely for you.
Crack JEE with Experienced Faculties of Kota All Courses of KOCP are focused and simplified for JEE Main & JEE Advanced to bring to students an easy and analytical methodology towards physics, chemistry and Mathematics.
Course Details JEE ADV + 11 STD.
- Excellent School Education, Board examination & All round development
- JEE (Main + Advanced) preparation
- This is two year school integrated program to develop step by step strong foundation of concepts & fundamentals, and also to sharpen question solving, smart thinking and reasoning skills to ensure success.
For the JEE Advanced exam, one has to start the preparations right from class 11. A high level of dedication and effort needs to be put in, from the very beginning. The questions asked in the JEE Advanced exam are almost equally from the Class 11 and Class 12 syllabus. There are many students who take it easy in 11th standard after the stressful 10th board exams, but it is almost impossible to cover up the lost preparation in 12th standard. So, in order to secure a good rank in the examination, students must begin an in-depth and structured preparation of the exam syllabi right from the 11th standard.
While cracking the JEE Main is relatively easier and based mainly on the NCERT content, the JEE Advanced requires a rigorous practice of the basics as well as relatively advanced practice problems from several reference books of both class 11th and 12th syllabus.
Important Topics from Class 11 Mathematics
A major section of the JEE Advanced Mathematics syllabus is based on the class 11 Mathematics content. The topics of 11th syllabus Mathematics that cover almost 50% of the JEE Advanced Mathematics question papers are listed below:
- Relations and functions
- Trigonometric functions
- Complex numbers
- Quadratic equations
- Linear inequalities
- Permutations and Combinations
- Binomial Theorem
- Sequences and series
- Straight lines
- Conic section
- Three-dimensional geometry
- Limits, derivatives and continuity of functions (including L’Hospital rule)
Since the above-mentioned topics form the base of any Mathematics problem, it is crucial to have a routine practice of sums of different levels of difficulty on a regular basis. For example, not understanding limits and derivatives will make solving problems of differentiation and integration very difficult. This topic forms approximately 30% of the class 12th Maths syllabus.
Of the above-mentioned topics, relations and functions, trigonometry and probability need to be studied more extensively.
Important Topics from Class 11 Physics
Understanding the concepts of Physics may prove to be challenging, especially if not studied with absolute concentration and focus right from the very first chapter of the class 11th syllabus. In general, the physics portion of the JEE advanced question paper is considered to be the toughest of all the three sections, thereby necessitating special attention and a considerable amount of practice of various types of problems.
The topics of 11th syllabus Physics that get high coverage in the JEE advanced examination are listed below:
- Kinematics (motion in a straight line and plane)
- Newton’s laws of motion, law of conservation of linear momentum
- Different types of friction
- Circular motion
- Work, power and energy; non-conservative forces
- Elastic, inelastic and non-elastic collision
- Mechanical properties of solids (stress, strain, elastic energy)
- Mechanical properties of fluids (streamline and turbulence, surface energy and surface tension)
- Rotational mechanics
- Thermal properties of matter
- Behaviour of perfect gases
- Waves and oscillations
Make a clear note of all the formulas in a categorical manner during the exam preparations. It is very important to follow several reference books for physics and practice as many sums as possible in order to gain confidence in the problem-solving process. It will enable a better understanding of application-based problem solving.
Important Topics from Class 11 Chemistry
The most basic concepts of organic chemistry are taught in the class 11thsyllabus. As the class 11th Chemistry syllabus is a major step-up from the contents of class 10th Chemistry, it is of utmost importance to study 11th Organic Chemistry.
Understanding the concepts of Physical Chemistry is relatively easier. However, it is the rudimentary knowledge of chemistry, which is required for understanding complicated concepts of Chemistry. The numerical concepts of Physical chemistry and their applications are often put to the test in the JEE Advanced. If properly answered, it can easily add to the JEE scores of a candidate. The topics of 11th Inorganic Chemistry need regular revision in order to score better in the JEE advanced.
The topics of 11th syllabus Chemistry, which are included in the JEE advanced syllabus, are listed below:
- Structure of Atom and other basic concepts of Chemistry+
- Molecular structure and Chemical Bonding
- Classification of elements and periodicity of properties
- Thermodynamics and Equilibrium
- Gases and liquids
- Redox reactions
- s-and p- block elements
- Organic Chemistry and Hydrocarbons
- Environmental Chemistry