100 Days To GATE and JEST Frequently Asked Questions

Q.    What is 100 days to GATE and JEST?
Ans: Its regular classroom programme with special focus on GATE and JEST
        Examination in Physical Sciences.  

Q.     What is the duration of 100 days to GATE and JEST programme?
Ans: It will start from 1 st October-12 and conclude by 10 January-13.

Q.     How many hours a day will be devoted for teaching?
Ans: There will be three classes on each day. Total duration will be at least five hours.

Q.   What is the timing of classes?
Ans: 2:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Q.   Is there any demo class provided by institute before admission?
Ans: There will be only one demo class for the student after which registration is  
        compulsory.

Q.   How many seats are available in a batch?
Ans: We take only 40 to 50 students per batch.

Q. What is fees structure of the course?
Ans: Fees for the course is Rs. 18,000.

Q. Is there any provision for payment of fees in installments?
Ans: Yes one can submit their fees in two instalments (10000+ 8000).  

Q.   Which type of study material will be provided to the students from the institute?
Ans: The study materials contain comprehensive theory and objective type questions for each topic. All questions of the study material will be discussed in the class room.

Q. What should a student do if there is any doubt in any topic or chapter?
Ans: Student can discuss directly with the faculty in class itself. If not satisfied then can take extra time with prior appointment with the faculty. We are here to help students.

Q. Will there be any Tests conducted by the institute?
Ans: Yes. There will be topic wise test and all India Test Series (three full length test) will be part of the programme.

Q.     Whether old question papers of GATE and JEST will be discussed in the class?
Ans: Yes, atleast 10 years paper will be solved in the classroom only.

Q.     Can a B.E/B.Tech student is eligible to aapear in GATE Physics and what is the advantage for them.
Ans: Yes a B.E/B.Tech student is eligible to aapear in GATE Physics. The advantage
         for B.Tech students is that they can easily qualify GATE Physics as compared to
        engineering subjects

Q.     Who are eligible for JEST Exam?
Ans: For details visit http://www.jest.org.in/eligibility.

Q.     How many institutes participate in JEST Exam?
Ans: Visit the individual institute pages to view the programmes and subject areas
        being offered at http://www.jest.org.in/participating_institutes.


Q. Is Hostel facility available? What is the living cost for the students during the preparation?
Ans: Boys/girls hostels are available very close to our institution. Our office staff will help you in finding suitable hostel for you. The living cost is around Rs. 4500??? 6500.

Q.   What is the institute???s success ratio in past years?
Ans: fiziks has more than 90% success ratio and at least 10% are top rankers.

Q. Who are the faculty members in your institute and what are their experiences in teaching?
Ans: The details and experiences of faculties??? are given below:

Atul Gaurav: He teaches Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Mechanics. He has done his M.Sc. from Jawahar Lal Nehru University (J.N.U.) New Delhi. His teaching experience is more than 6 years.
Vivek Singh: He teaches EMT, Electronics and Nuclear Physics. He has done his M.Sc. from Banaras Hindu University (B.H.U.) and M.Tech in Optoelectronics from IIT Delhi. His teaching experience is more than 7 years.
S. kumar: He teaches Solid State Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Experimental Physics and Particle Physics. He has done  M.Tech. from IIT . His teaching experience is more than 7 years.
A. J. Shukla: He teaches Mathematical Physics. He is a Ph.D. from IIT Delhi. His teaching experience is more than 3 years.

Q. What are the reference books and study material for GATE and JEST?
Ans: You have to follow class notes and study material provided by fiziks.
       For reference you can follow these books:
 Classical Mechanics: J.C. Upadhyay, Herbert Goldstien
 Mathematical Physics: Kreyszig, H.K. Das
 Quantum Mechanics: D.J. Griffith, N.Zettili
 Thermodynamics and statistical Mechanics: Garg ,Bansal, Ghosh, Statistical   
   Mechanics by R.K Pathiria
 EMT: David j. Griffiths
 Electronics: Streetman (Semicondutor Physics) Robert Boylestad (Analog), R.Gayakwad (Op-Amp), Flyod (Digital).
 Nuclear Physisc:  Arthur Beiser, S.B. Patel
 Solid State Physics: C. Kittel, Gupta Kumar Sharma
 Atomic and Molecular Physics: Raj Kumar, Colin N. Banwell
 Experimental Design and Methods: G.F. Knoll