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Outstanding ! Life for me has become Easier , better . Don't have to spend frustrating hours on my textbook, its so boring compared to what I see here. I want more topics to be covered.
Mohit Sewani, Bishop's School, Pune
This website is a blessing in disguise for all the students aspiring to score well in their exams! All the videos make every concept look like a cakewalk and explain everything right from its basics and fundamentals. How I wish this website was available for me during my board exams! A big thank you to Mr. Kaustubhan for doing such a great job in helping all the students out there! :)
Smruti Ranjan Panday
I really enjoyed going through this site. I am not afraid of physics anymore. It has helped me in my class tests and exams. Thanks a ton for this .
Kamal Preet Saini from Sukhmani College,Chandigarh
This is fun, really easy. Thank you very much for creating new-looking site.
Sneha Ahuja (Cummins College of Engineering, Pune,India)
Great work ! I found this site very interesting and helpful! I wish it was available when I was learning Physics in school. I would definitely recommend students to refer to this site as it I find it very helpful rather than studying from boring text books :)
Niranjan Kumar, Santa Clara, California, USA
Truly enjoyed the tutorials, especially the ones I was curious to know more about "theory of relativity" and videos on "work and energy". Admire Mr. Kaustubhan Srivathsan to develop an interactive tutorial with videos and audio that makes it easy as cake to understand complex physics concepts. I wished this method was available during my school days, I can imagine, i'd have greatly improved my grasp on modern physics. Also the website is professionally done, kudos to both Mr. Srivathsan and Aditya !!
Rajib Banerjee, executive at a Multi-National company
Video on Magnetic field around a Current carrying wire is very much helpful for me, thanks a lot.
Fleming's Left Hand Rule - it is very well simulated.
Fleming's Right Hand Rule :- Among all videos related to this topic, yours is the most convincing and understandable. Thanks a lot !