Foundation


IIT JEE Foundation Course

Daksh Academy is offering IIT Foundation Courses for students of Class 9 and 10. The course covers the most important areas of Math and Physics. Our course and tests are structured in a way that inculcates the habit of application of concepts thereby paving way for effective learning.

 

Objectives of the IIT JEE Foundation Course

  • The objective of this course is to make the students understand and master basic concepts in the subjects of Mathematics and Physics
  • The focus will be on encouraging students to apply the concepts learnt to real-life situations
  • The IIT JEE Foundation course will not only help children understand better what is taught in regular school classes, and hence do well in board exams but will also help them develop the acumen which will give them a distinctive edge over the rest of their peers
  • The programme helps children prepare for various talent search exams like NTSE, NLSTSE, Science Olympiad, Cyber Olympiad

 

IIT JEE Foundation Course Material

The Supplemental Coaching Program offered by Daksh Academy addresses this same need of creating a successful student rather than a student who is successful only in his /her end term examinations. The program unlike other tuition programs is not focused on making students score marks by making them rote learn the concepts. The program is designed to impart students with skills and concept clarity, which would lead to:

  • For each class we would provide the following:
    • Mathematics Study Material
    • Physics Study Material
  • Regular Tests would be conducted and assignments provided by teachers

 

IIT JEE Course Methodology

  1. Course methodology is aimed at helping the students understand the concepts thoroughly.
  2. It helps them develop a logical approach to Maths, Physics and Chemistry, for an effective learning

    a) How does a kingfisher catch fish?

    The kingfisher flies vertically over the position of the fish, and then dives into the water at a 90 Degree angle. The concept here is that the normally incident rays do not undergo refraction, hence the fish lies exactly where it appears to be. At any other angle, the apparent location of the fish would be different from its real location.

    b) Why do we normally swing our arms while walking, and why not when we carry a load in our hands?

    The center of gravity of a body depends on the distribution of mass in the body. As we walk, the movement of the legs tends to cause a shift in the centre of gravity. To compensate for this shift we swing our arms. When we are carrying a load in the hands, however, the effective C.G is lower, making it easier to maintain balance.

    c) Why does salt become damp when kept exposed during the rainy season and not when kept exposed during summer?

    In the rainy season humidity in the atmosphere is very high i.e. there is a lot of moisture in the atmosphere. Thus, calcium chloride, an impurity present in the common salt, absorbs this moisture and makes the salt damp. In summer, however, as the temperature is high, calcium chloride tends to lose moisture through the process of evaporation, and the salt is left free-flowing.

  3. The course has a comprehensive coverage of Maths and Physics and is designed in accordance with CBSE syllabus, which is followed in JEE Main and Advanced exams as well.