Physicsguide.in is an initiative to improve the quality of Physics Education in India. The chief mentor of the project is Sk Jahiruddin who is the topper of M.Sc-Physics (2011) batch of IIT Bombay.
Sk Jahiruddin sir did his BSc in 2008 from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. He joined integrated PhD in TIFR in 2008, but because of some personal reasons he decided to left TIFR. He appeared in JAM again in 2009, ranked 007 admitted in IIT Bombay, become the topper of batch while finishing MSc in 2011. He ranked 008 (JRF) in CSIR NET June 2011.
Interestingly he did not pursue PhD immediately. He went to Delhi to attempt Civil Service Exam which is better known as the IAS exam. He successfully cleared the prelims and mains but could not clear the interview. He did not attempt any other exams like Bank PO or WBCS.
He sensed that he might not get through the interview, he appeared CSIR NET again in December 2013 and again get 009 (JRF) rank there. Thus he attempted NET twice and secured single digit ranks both time. Amazing, right?
He admitted to PhD in Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science in July 2014, he appeared WBPSC exam for assistant professor in govt colleges under West Bengal government in 2015, and selected with his name at the top of the list. He joined as an assistant professor in Physics in Sister Nibedita Govt. College in November 2015. He continued his PhD part time and finished in 2021.
Here we are on a mission to bring all Physics students of India under a common platform. Through this website, we are on a mission to show the right track to reach the goal to learn physics to every student. In this digital age, the role of a teacher is not limited to his/her classroom, a teacher can reach effectively every student of India through the internet.
We will, under the supervision of Sk Jahiruddin sir are here to guide you, to mentor you, to make you read and make you practice. We will tell you what book to read, and which topics are more important for which exam and which topics you do not need to read. We will give you collections of conceptual questions and problems which you must solve to tighten your grip on the subject.
We are here to protect you from all misguidance. Physics is subject to immense interest and hard work. You must on your mark, set and go. We will show you the track.