This course is made for students who want to learn about Light and Optics. Live classes will be put forward to clear your concepts. The knowledge one gain from here will provide a great platform for entrance preparation, CBSE exams, and Furthur studies.
This by no means shies away from challenging questions, the questions will be picked to strengthen your concepts. This will cement the concepts and would leave a strong trail of aptitude with the student which can easily be molded to adeptness as per the need.
The class will be followed as per the CBSE curriculum and will be progressive in terms of difficulty and will be followed with practice questions to cement the concepts. The doubts will be cleared actively as well as in the discussion with additional materials provided for clarity. Additionally CBSE exam-oriented class will be conducted to maximize the exam return.
Students will know about the ground-level concepts in ray optics. Hence they would be primed to understand different optical phenomenons.
The student will learn about how optical instruments work and what principle governs them
Understand Optics through the eyes of Waves Mechanics
The student will learn to understand optical phenomenons using wave theory
New properties of light that require new explantions
Students would know the complex nature of light
Analysing previous year question papers will help to focus on important topics
I have completed MSc in Physics after procuring BSc in Physics Chemistry and Mathematics. I have since been preparing for competitive exams and have gained a lot of insights about how to study and how to teach. I have a dislike for insipid classes and will strive towards an active learning atmosphere with a focus on Exams. I am more than happy to teach my students different learning techniques to maximize their studying potential. The skills I can provide will help students in improving studying efficiency and reducing the time required. I can also help students to perform better in the exams in terms of performance and memory.