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Current Electricity (JEE MAIN & ADVANCED + NEET/AIIMS)

by Ritesh Agarwal

318 Users Enrolled
JEE Mains , Physics
Board: CBSE & State Boards , Language: Hinglish

Mode- Online
Contains- 15 Videos
Access Duration- Till 30 Apr 2019

WHAT WILL I LEARN?

 This Course will cover all topics and concepts of Current Electricity according to competitive exams like JEE-MAIN, NEET, AIIMS, JEE-ADVANCED etc. 

Course Description

Charges in motion constitute an electric current. Such currents occur naturally in many situations. Lightning is one such phenomenon in which charges flow from the clouds to the earth through the atmosphere, sometimes with disastrous results. The flow of charges in lightning is not steady, but in our everyday life we see many devices where charges flow in a steady manner, like water flowing smoothly in a river. A torch and a cell-driven clock are examples of such devices. In the present chapter, we shall study some of the basic laws concerning steady electric currents.

Curriculum

Current Electricity

  • Lecture 01
  • Lecture 02
  • Lecture 03
  • Lecture 04
  • Lecture 05
  • Lecture 06
  • Lecture 07
  • Lecture 08
  • Lecture 09
  • Lecture 10
  • Lecture 11
  • Lecture 12
  • Lecture 13
  • Lecture 14
  • Lecture 15

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About Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal sir is renowned for his teaching knack in Physics for IIT and Medical preparation. His teaching methodology focuses on strengthening the basic concepts of the subject. He excels in the art of making the students, subject-friendly. Studying Physics from him appears to be the easiest subject for students. He is a ‘concept-builder’ in true sense.

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Current Electricity (JEE MAIN & ADVANCED + NEET/AIIMS)

999 599

Includes 18 % GST

Mode- Online

Contains- 15 Videos

Access Duration- Till 30 Apr 2019