Chandigarh/Panchkula Classrooms

We have two e-hybrid smart classrooms right now – one in Sector 20-D, Chandigarh and the other in Sector-11, Panchkula. Classes from 7th April (2014-15 academic session) will be held simultaneously at both Chandigarh and Panchkula classrooms. All classes will be live, 2-way ‘fully interactive’ and conducted by Arvind Chauhan Sir, including doubt sessions after class. Both Chandigarh and Panchkula batch students will be able to ask their doubts and interact with Prof. Chauhan live, in real time using face-to-face state-of-the-art video-conferencing technology (design and installation is completely Prof. Chauhan’s brainchild and successfully integrates the human interactive element with education technology).

Each topic will be taught by Sir, starting from CBSE level right upto the IIT/JEE/Olympiad level. There is absolutely no need to take any extra tuition for CBSE boards, as Sir will be covering everything in class.

XI classes will be on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in evenings.

XII classes will be on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in evenings.

Note: Its going to be almost two years since Sir has been teaching successfully using this technology (in Chandigarh region) and a large number of students have benefitted from his classes and cracked IIT JEE.

For more details, please visit the website dedicated to Chandigarh & Panchkula classrooms: www.acdlp.com

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11 thoughts on “Chandigarh/Panchkula Classrooms

  1. ABHISHEK

    sir i am taking a drop this year and want to take admission in your classes. sir please tell me criteria, if there is a admission test tell me the syllabus.

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    1. Arvind Chauhan Post author

      Contact my office.
      Admission test is based mainly on mechanics; the details of the test are in the brochure which you can get from my office.

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  2. neil

    Sir, its a doubt irodov 1.329
    Why are we not supposed to consider force that was applied to change the momentum of water

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  3. vasu goyal

    respected sir ,
    I want to join NASA in my future kindly help me and provide the required information to how to do so.???????????????

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    1. Arvind Chauhan Post author

      Assuming you are still studying in school, you should focus on physics and maths for now. Your question will become answerable/relevant after several years; right now, focus on getting into a good engineering college.

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  4. ravi tanwar

    Respected Sir,
    i joined your physics classes recently and facing problems regarding coping up with syllabus and matter as i came to you a MONTH after commencement of +2 classes
    please advise me sir how to do it ?????????……..

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    1. Arvind Chauhan Post author

      You may need to see a few recorded lectures to brush up the pre-requisite portion required for understanding current topics, along with studying them from University Physics and HC Verma; but, most importantly, my lectures notes photocopied from someone will be most helpful. Talk to my office staff and mention that I asked you to do so, and they should inform Chauhan ma’am too about your situation, so she can instruct the staff to do the needful.

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  5. anshul kwatra

    Sir, I wanted to thank you that you had taught us so well in 11th grade. sir, i also wanted to tell that i have got highest marks in school physics exam. thank you sir …….

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  6. Tanmay Sharma

    Respected Sir,
    I wanted to know about the details of the test about to be held on 23 December,2012. Whether any registration for that test is required for that test or if it is an open test….and also the fees you will be charging for the test as well as the two year classroom course you will be taking for JEE 2015…
    Thank you,
    Tanmay

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