Vidyamandir All India Test Series – JEE Main 1/JEE 2016

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Vidyamandir All India Test Series

(VATS – JEE 2016)

 

SCHEDULE:

Offline: Sunday, 30th August 2015 | 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Online: Sunday, 30th August 2015 (11:00 AM) to Tuesday, 1st September 2015 (6:00 PM)

 

SYLLABUS:

 

Physics: Units and Dimensions, Vectors, Kinematics of a Particle, Motion in 2 Dimension, Dynamics of a Particle, Energy and Momentum, Rotation and Gravitation

 

Chemistry: Stoichiometry, Atomic Structure, Periodic Properties, Chemical Bonding, States of Matter, Thermodynamics, Thermochemistry, Chemical Equilibrium, Ionic Equilibrium

 

Maths: Quadratic Equations, Complex Numbers, Sequence and Series, Trigonometry, Binomial Theorem

 

VENUE: S D Public School, Road No. 10, East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi -110034

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Passout Test Series – 1

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Dear Students,

 

As a part of the Pass-out Test Series (PTS) – 2016, the first PTS will be conducted on Thursday, 30th July 2015. The details of PTS 1 are as follows:

 

SCHEDULE: Thursday, 30th July 2015 | 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

 

SYLLABUS:

 

Physics: Vectors and its Forces
Chemistry: Basic Stoichiometry, Atomic Structure, Periodic Classification of Elements
Maths: Sequence and Series, Trigonometry, Quadratic Equations (Basics)

 

VENUE: Vidyamandir Classes, NSP Centre, 3rd Floor, Aggarwal Corporate Heights, Pitampura – 34

 

Happy Learning!!

Team VMC

 

P.S: The Passout Test Series (PTS) is OPEN for all students (ex-VMCians ONLY) who wish to reappear in IITJEE 2016. We do not charge any fee for this test and is absolutely FREE of cost. Students willing to take these tests should write to us at PTS@vidyamandir.com mentioning their name and VMC roll number. Please note that this test series is NOT for the regular students who are currently enrolled with us in the 12th Pass Batch.

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JEE Advanced 3/2016

July 19th, 2015 Abhishek Kumar Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

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Dear Students,

 

Please find detailed below the syllabus and schedule for JEE Advanced 3/2016.

 

SCHEDULE:

 

Offline: Sunday, 23rd August 2015 | Paper 1: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm | Paper 2: 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Online: Sunday, 23rd August 2015 (10:00 am) to Tuesday, 25th August 2015 (5:00 pm)

 

SYLLABUS:

 

Physics: Chapters 1 to 14A

Chemistry: Chapters 1 to 18

Maths: Chapters 1 to 11, 15 and 16

 

VENUE: S D Public School, Road No. 10, East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi

 

Happy Learning!!

Team VMC

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3.0 HRT – 2/2017/Correspondence Program/Test Series

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SCHEDULE:

 

Offline: Friday, 31st July 2015 | 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Online: Friday, 31st July 2015 (3:30 PM) to Sunday, 2nd August 2015 (6:30 PM)

 

SYLLABUS:

 

Physics: Vectors, Kinematics, Motion in 2D

Chemistry: Stoichiometry. Atomic Structure, Periodic Properties, Chemical Bonding 1 & 2

Maths: Sequence & Series, Trigonometry, Quadratic Equations

 

VENUE:

 

S D Public School, Road No. 10, East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi – 110034

 

Happy Learning!!

Team VMC

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Review Test – 2/TargetiiT 2019

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Schedule: Thursday, 20th August 2015 | 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM

 

Syllabus:

Physics: Vectors, Force and Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Work and Energy         

Chemistry: Matter
in our Surroundings, Is matter around us pure, Structure of Atom, Basic Stoichiometry

Maths: Exponents, Percentage and its Applications, Ratio and Proportion, Number System, Polynomials, Linear Equations

 

Venue: M M Public School, Vasudha Enclave, Pitampura 110034

 

Happy Learning!!

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Review Test – 2/AimiiT 2018

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Schedule: Thursday, 20th August 2015 | 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM

 

Syllabus:

Physics: DC Circuits, Magnetic Effects of Current, Source of Energy, Light – Reflection and Refraction

Chemistry: Chemical Reactions and Equations, Acids Bases and Salts, Metals and Non-Metals, Basic Stoichiometry

Maths: Linear Equations, Polynomials, Quadratic Equations, Arithmetic Progressions

 

Venue: M M Public School, Vasudha Enclave, Pitampura 110034

 

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Preference sheet for JoSAA 2015 (Excluding IITs)

July 2nd, 2015 varun Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

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After long discussions, we at Vidyamandir feel following order is suitable for JoSAA 2015. Please feel free to make changes in the following order according to your Location/Branch/Institution preference.

 

1

NIT Tiruchirappalli

CS

2

NIT Surathkal

CS

3

NIT Warangal

CS

4

NIT Surathkal

IT

5

MNNIT Allahabad

CS

6

NIT Kurukshetra

CS

7

VNIT Nagpur

CS

8

NIT Bhopal

CS

9

IIIT Allahabad

IT

10

MNIT Jaipur

CS

11

MNNIT Allahabad

IT

12

NIT Kurukshetra

IT

13

NIT Jalandhar

CS

14

NIT Jalandhar

IT

15

NIT Tiruchirappalli

ECE

16

NIT Surathkal

ECE

17

NIT Warangal

ECE

18

NIT Delhi

CS

19

MNNIT Allahabad

ECE

20

NIT Kurukshetra

ECE

21

VNIT Nagpur

ECE

22

NIT Bhopal

ECE

23

NIT Hamirpur

CS

24

SVNIT Surat

CS

25

NIT Patna

CS

26

NIT Calicut

CS

27

NIT Durgapur

CS

28

NIT Silchar

CS

29

NIT Jamshedpur

CS

30

BIT Mesra

CS

31

NIT Rourkela

CS

32

MNIT Jaipur

ECE

33

IIIT Allahabad

ECE

34

NIT Jalandhar

ECE

35

NIT Delhi

ECE

36

NIT Patna

IT

37

NIT Durgapur

IT

38

BIT Mesra

IT

39

NIT Rourkela

IT

40

NIT Tiruchirappalli

EEE

41

NIT Surathkal

EEE

42

NIT Warangal

EEE

43

NIT Raipur

CS

44

NIT Raipur

IT

45

NIT Hamirpur

ECE

46

SVNIT Surat

ECE

47

NIT Patna

ECE

48

NIT Calicut

ECE

49

NIT Durgapur

ECE

50

NIT Silchar

ECE

Kindly refer the above institution order and fill the remaining branches for the same as following

CS > IT > ECE > EEE > EE > Mechanical > ICE > Chemical > Civil = Production > Metallurgy > Biotech

1.    CS :    Computer Science

2.    IT :    Information & Technology

3.    ECE :    Electronics & Communication

4.    EEE :    Electrical & Electronics Engineering

5.    EE :    Electrical Engineering

6.    ICE :    Instrumentation & Control Engineering

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JEE Mains 11/2016

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Dear Students,

 

Please find detailed below the test schedule and syllabus for JEE Mains 11/2016.

 

SCHEDULE:

 

Offline: Tuesday, 14th July 2015 | 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Online: Tuesday, 14th July 2015 (3:30 PM) to Thursday, 16th July 2015 (6:30 PM)

 

SYLLABUS:

 

Physics: Electrostatics, DC Circuits and Capacitors

Chemistry: Hydrocarbons, Liquid Solutions, Chemical Kinetics and Electrochemistry

Maths: Differential Calculus 1, Differential Calculus 2 and Integral Calculus 1

 

VENUE: S D Public School, Road No. 10, East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi 110026

 

Happy Learning!!

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Counselling JEE Adv – Computer Science & Engineering @ IITD

June 22nd, 2015 varun Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

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The computer science degree is a general program that focuses on algorithms, computing problems and solutions, and the design of computer systems and user interfaces from a scientific/mathematical perspective. Includes instruction in the principles of computational science, and computing theory; computer hardware design.

 

Don’t worry if you could not understand the technical terms above, you will learn them in due course of time. You are not taught programming explicitly but are rather taught the concepts behind writing programs in form of how to efficiently store the data with the help of Data structures and how to efficiently operate on them. These two concepts form the core of whatever you learn about programming during your stay. For example, you will be taught the theory behind a program, how to approach the problem, how to formulate the solution, essentially what all steps to do in the form of an algorithm. However, you will not be taught a definite “code” for the same since it can change from language to language. You will end up doing as much mathematical stuff as the conceptual theory stuff with courses like Discrete mathematics, Probability and lots of Induction based proofs but be rest assured, although a bit abstract, the computer science courses are some of the most logical ones you are going to find.

 

So if you like mathematical stuff and are interested in conceptual theory and deductive and inductive reasoning, the computer science is the course for you. It might be noted that many of the courses computer people do are from electrical and mathematics department. Therefore, your interests in these fields may also be developed further on the way.

 

However, as for what it is definitely not. The programming IS NOT TAUGHT TO YOU IN THE CLASSES and only the basic concepts are taught. You learn to code while doing your assignments all by yourselves. Given that, I feel that this is in fact one of the strong points of the computer science department. You can adapt to any language you want. Another thing is that you WILL NOT LEARN ANYTHING RELATED TO INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF COMPUTER OR APPLIED PROGRAMMING FIELDS LIKE WEB DESIGNING. Only the underlying logical representations are considered and you learn the core topics of Networks, Operating systems and Probability. As far as the jobs are concerned, computer science people find use of their skills in fields as diverse as programming to algorithmic trading to research to banking and finance. So, you can end up in companies like Google, Towers, Microsoft, IBM, Sony, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Barclays Capital, Bell Labs among many others.

 

By:

Srijan Sanket

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Counselling JEE Adv – Electrical Engineering @ IITD

June 22nd, 2015 varun Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off

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Electrical Engineering department at IITD offers 3 courses

 

1) B. Tech in Electrical Engineering

2) Dual Degree in Electrical Engineering

3) B.Tech in Electrical Power

 

Note: Electrical Power (3) relates to what is usually called Electrical in other colleges which deals with power systems, machines, distribution and transmission systems. While, Electrical (1) and (2) includes what is generally called Electronics and Communication. The M.Tech in Dual Degree course is in Information and Communication Technology.

 

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

The best thing about Electrical Engineering is that it is a very vast subject with as many as 4 different streams from which students can choose. These streams are

 

1. Information and Communication – Here, you study Signal Processing, Communication Systems, Networks, Computer Architecture and other things like that.

2. Control and Automation – Here you do things like robotics and control systems.

3. VLSI – This stream is about semiconductor electronics that has revolutionized the chip design methods and hence enabled us to have as small laptops and mobiles, with so much capacity as we see today.

4. Power – This stream deals with power systems, machines, distribution and transmission systems.

 

Very few other departments offer so much choice and diversity to their students. As a result students can choose what they would like to study and also they have many different job options available to them. Thus, unlike Computer Science and Mathematics and computing (MCA) which tend to be very specific, it has a nice combination of coding, Mathematics and science

 

Courses

 

There are quite many good courses if you seriously wish to explore Electrical engineering including the practical components. And they are definitely relevant to the domain. Like – Communication Engineering, Digital Electronics (My favourite course), Image Processing, Computer Architecture (Another of my favourites), Signals and Systems.

 

Then there is definitely the added advantage of doing lots of Computer Science (CS) Courses more than any other department due to the proximity of content of courses. Some CS courses are core for us – Data Structures (Excellent course), Intro to Programming (Basic course).

 

Maximum people find the electrical power courses extremely boring that we need to do (as they are core courses) but then there are boring courses in every department.

 

Professors

 

If you are on lookout for humble and helpful professors, you will definitely find 2-3 such professors who would be of such a type and teach you. They would “generally” be good in teaching as well. Make them your best friends, and they would behave like one as well.

 

There are of course the sleepy and mundane professors of classroom teaching but then they are in every department. Don’t worry about such professors or their courses, you would learn the best approach as and when you enter their course. Believe me, it is true and definitely the best way to deal with such courses and professors.

 

Activities and Jobs

 

Departmental activities are normal pretty much like any other department.

 

There are lot many students from our department who love to explore many activities be it cultural like dancing, singing etc or techno-cultural like Robotics etc.

 

There is no dearth of facilities of labs, equipments, budget or anything and if you are enthusiastic, this department is one of the best to be in IITD.

 

There is a prospect of excellent projects as well if you are truly an electronics freak. Trust me, you will like this department if you manage things well and are enthusiastic.

 

In terms of jobs and salaries, as you all know, it is second only to Computer Science.

 

Dual degree program

 

Though you may not understand this a lot but this is just to give you are an electrical engineer, you will be doing courses like Digital electronics, Analog electronics (BJTs, MOSFETs and Amplifiers), Signal and systems & communication (Transforms, filters, realization of different systems), Control engineering, Circuit theory as are done by the Electrical B.Tech students.

 

Apart from these you will be doing courses specifically in communication and information technology stream that includes multimedia systems, signal theory, computer networks etc as a part of the post graduation degree. You can also choose to do some CS courses apart from the core ones if you enjoy programming. Some aptitude in mathematics will help for sure since probability and some other courses of mathematics are used in a number of department courses and some of the courses are pure mathematics. Rest it’s all the same as Electrical engineering B.Tech. Electrical Dual is a very good opportunity for those who are interested in electrical engineering because the courses are almost same as that of B.Tech. Though you have to study for an extra year but that is worth it if you like your subjects and jobs are at par with that of electrical B.Tech students.

 

For electrical power program: Courses are same till the second year and start deviating from the third year when you start to study more about the power distribution. Jobs are pretty much the same because most of the people opt for the non-core jobs.

 

By:

Akshay Sharma & Rohit Taneja

 

Helped By:

Sonali Ranga & Praveen Vera

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