A proper curriculum can reduce the work pressure/performance pressure of a
student & get him a very high score in CBSE & high/respectable rank in IIT-JEE/AIEEE
etc. Content of the subject of CBSE BOARD & IIT-JEE Syllabus is same. The
difference is only in the pattern of questions.
While CBSE Board/School Exams have their questions based upon:
Definitions/Basic principles/ Laws.
Logical questions based upon the basic principles & requiring high
Direct numericals based upon the basic principles.
Applications based dedications
IIT-JEE/AIEEE Exams have their questions based upon:
Objective question based upon the basic principles/fundamental as
Objective numericals based upon the basic principles/ fundamentals
Indirect objective questions based upon multiple concepts &
applications involving high thinking capacity & analytical ability.
Objective question based upon the steps of classical derivations.
Objective question based upon the steps of applications based
The proper methodology to deal with the difference in the pattern of
As we say “Necessity is the Mother Of Invention”, discussion of the
development of the subject matter through the daily life problems is
required so the law/definitions appears to be necessity to summarize it.
Coverage of Basic principles/ Definitions & Fundamental Laws.
Logical applications of the Basic principles in day-to-day life to
generate high thinking capacity.
Effect of change in variables/conditions on the usual results predicted
by the basic principles/laws.
Extension of the definitions (a) to generate classical derivations (b)to
generate logical/applications based derivations.
The coverage of complicated applications based upon multiple concepts
requiring high analytical ability.
We say “The problems in the Board Exams or in IIT-JEE/AIEEE reflect the
beauty of the subject”. Exposure to such problems makes you see the beauty
of the subject using the capacity/information generated through earlier
The test & discussion.
By J.B Gupta, An IIT-BHU Alumni
HOD Physics & MD of Disha Classes.