This site is meant for students preparing for various entrance examinations being conducted for admitting students to professional degree courses. Students preparing for entrance examinations such as IIT-JEE, AIEEE, EAMCET, KEAM (Entrance Examinations for Admission to Medical/ Agriculture/ Veterinary/ Engineering/ Architecture Degree Courses, Kerala), Karnataka CET etc. will find this site helpful. Engineering and Medical Entrance Tests conducted by most of the Indian states follow the NCERT syllabus so that the material presented on this site will be beneficial to the students taking up such tests irrespective of the states to which they belong. Students appearing for the entrance tests conducted by AIIMS, JIPMER, BITS etc. also will find this site useful. 
As physics is a subject without any geographical barriers, the material presented on this site will be relevant globally and those who prepare for AP Physics Exam and Physics GRE will find many useful multiple choice questions with solution on this site.
 [Those who prepare for the AP Physics examinations will find material specifically meant for them on the site AP Physics Resources].
            The author of this blog has been a physics teacher at the under graduate and post graduate levels for quite a long time. This blog is the natural outcome of my realization of the potential of the very convenient blogging platform offered by Blogger.
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