Physics is deciding factor for any competitive exam: Pande

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Feb 2019 09:43:53


 

Business Bureau,

PROF Piyush Pande, M.Tech from VNIT and ex-HoD of a reputed engineering college said, “Conventionally, XII Physics is being taught as a subject to be passed for getting admission to medical or engineering field.
Understanding part of the teaching-learning process is being subsided, so students are always facing the issue of low confidence in Physics.


Many students come to me with this problem. Students who are keenly interested in JEE and NEET related branches should possess in-depth knowledge of Physics in XI, XII of State as well as CBSE boards. Parents and students should note that, apart from getting admission in medical and engineering colleges, Physics is very much necessary for cracking prestigious examinations like Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE), Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY), Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), National Entrance and Screening Test (NEST).”


He exclusively pays attention towards completion of XI as well as XII (CBSE and State Board) subjective course and basic MCQs within a short span of one year by conducting the classes for two and half hours per day. So that students get ample time for again revising the knowledge and for the study of higher level MCQs as well, with him in next year. Thorough practice is taken for the subjective answers and MCQs with the help of regular tests. His students perform very well in State as well as ‘All India Level’ examinations. Maximum concepts from Physics are taught in story telling format with the help of daily routine examples.


When asked about the present scenario he replied, “Coaching means complete personal attention and to get every concept clear from the expert. I suggest that while choosing coaching class, parents must meet every subject teacher individually. They should not rely only on the brand name of the institution. Many a time it happens that one or two subjects are not properly taught and tested in a single institute. Hence, it is better to go for individual subject experts, who can be contacted to get feedback report with respect to ward’s progress”. Piyush Pande said that his teaching method is so interesting that students feel that they are observing some fascinating things on the Discovery Channel.


Relying on the positive approach he said that he gets each and every work done from the student, by not giving much tension to him.  His techniques help students in improving thinking ability, memory and confidence. His institute is also coordinating with best Biology, Chemistry and Maths experts. Interested may contact Prof Piyush Pande at Laxmi Nagar (Ph: 9890635662).