Delhi based IIT JAM coaching now offering classes for students who are preparing for MSc Physics entrance examination conducted by IITs and IISc.
Online PR News – 10-October-2015 – New Delhi/Delhi – India’s leading IIT JAM coaching institute announces to offer preparation classes for physics subject to help those students preparing for Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. in Physics. The announcement was made by Mr Sudhir Sirohi, Founder and director of the coaching center. Apart from all the faculty members and students, a few other guests were also there at the small event held in the institute premises.
At the event, Mr. Sirohi, gave brief information about M.Sc. Physics entrance exam and why proper guidance is required to achieve high rank in the exam. He also said that the institute has been receiving inquiries regarding IIT JAM Physics coaching classes for a very long time and this demand has inspired him to start the preparation classes for subject. So far the institute was providing classes for Mathematics, Statistics and Operation Research only.
Indian Institute of Technology and Indian Institute of Science started the IIT JAM exam from 2004 – 2005 academic session to select candidates for Master of Science (M.Sc.), M.Sc.-Ph.D. integrated and other post-graduate programs. A candidate can chose subject of their choice and the available subjects are Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biotechnology, Applied Geology, Applied Geophysics, Mathematical Statistics, Earth Science, Operation Reserch etc. This exam is mandatory for all the aspiring students who want to take admission into various post-graduate programs offered by Indian Institute of Technology and Indian Institute of Science.
IIT JAM Coaching has been operating in Delhi for last 5 years and since then it has helped over five hundred students achieving their dream of studying in IITs and IISc because both are among India’s best engineering colleges. Most of the faculty members of the institute themselves are an alumni of most prestigious Indian engineering colleges and universities. They all have plenty of experience in teaching and guiding students for same level of competitive exams.