Now IIT-JEE aspirants do not have to spend hours for travelling as availing online physics video lectures for IIT-JEE is just few clicks away.  Kaysons Education has facilitated its students or IIT JEE aspirants to simply clear their doubts on any particular topic of physics through easy yet effective IIT physics video lectures.

Procedure to avail video lectures:

  1. Simply select the desired topic
  2. Watch their video online
  3. Give their assignment

These  IIT JEE physics video lectures are designed in a way that student can easily cover the subject day wise. 

The best thing about these physics video lectures is that you will get the topic explained by 2D and 3D presentations that will definitely be helpful to understand the basics of topic more clearly and effectively. Moreover, if even after the video lecture you are still left with some doubts in your mind then Kaysons Education proffers online support to clear them off.

These video lectures are not just confined to explain the theory about the given topic but they are further elaborated to give you the questions regarding the same.

So, with these online physics lectures you can get perfect tutorial at home. Most of all, once you avail them you can also get your regular progress report, detailed analysis of your performance and much more. Through these lectures by IITians we will help you to understand even your weakest topics with ease and convenience. 

Topics Covered in Videos of Mechanics

  • Unit and Dimensions
  • Kinematics
  • Dynamics
  • Circular Motion
  • Centre of Mass Momentum and Work Energy
  • Rotation

Topics Covered in Video of Thermal Physics

  • Thermometry
  • Thermodynamics
  • Heat Transfer

Topics Covered in Fluid Mechanics & Waves

  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Waves
  • Simple Harmonic Motion  (S.M.H)
  • Gravitation

Topics Covered in Electrostate & Current Electricity

  • Electrostatic
  • Capacitor
  • Current Electricity

Topics Covered in Electromagnetism

  • Moving Charge in Magnetic Field
  • Magnetic Field of Current Element
  • Magnetic Flux and Gauss's Law of Magnetism

Topics Covered in Modern Physics

  • Atomic Physics
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Electronics
  • Alternating Current

Topics Covered in Optics and wave Optics

  • Reflection
  • Refraction
  • Wave Optics