Two Year Correspondence Programme in IIT-JEE

Narayana Group of Educational Institute
In Hyderabad

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  • Course
  • Hyderabad
  • Duration:
    2 Years
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Starts Location
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Hyderabad
Head Office Narayana Institute Of Correspondence Courses, Head Office:3-5-598 , Vittalwadi , Narayanaguda, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Course programme

This course is especially designed for the serious aspirants who want to start preparations early. It helps students channelise their efforts in the best possible manner .

The entire course material is divided into five Phases, out of which 3 will be dispatched during the first year and remaining two in the second year. The updated and upgraded study material is provided on the new pattern of IIT-JEE, exclusively prepared by the high profile Narayana's R&D cell.

In the first dispatch you will be sent the complete material of Phase-1 which will consist of lessons on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. After going through each lesson and studying the solved examples you will be required to solve questions based on that lesson. There will be exercises with objective-type questions. Exercises are graded according to their level of difficulty, from simple problems to tougher ones. Actual problems of IIT-JEE as well as new problems of similar level have been included in this course. The assignments are designed to help the students in practicing Time Management skills for better performance in the final exams.

In the second dispatch, apart from the course material of Phase 2, you will also receive a test paper on what you had learnt in the first phase, called "phase test". The phase test, in line with the IIT-JEE pattern, will consist of two question papers, Paper I & Paper II of 3hrs each of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics consisting of objective, comprehensive and other types of question. The entire syllabus will be covered in a similar manner in five phases.


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