Nucleon Providing Online Coaching in Chemistry for IIT JEE Aspirants

Nucleon is offering preparatory help for IIT JEE aspirants through its online coaching programs that include chemistry coaching through study materials and video lectures.
Jan 18, 2019 Mark

Press Release ( - Rajasthan, India - Jan 18, 2019 - Nucleon is a leading coaching institution in Kota, Rajasthan that trains those students who want to appear in the IIT JEE examination. The coaching institute offers high-quality online coaching programs in the essential subjects of physics, chemistry, and mathematics. Nucleon provides downloadable study materials in PDF, as well as video lectures by its expert faculty members. Students can get these video lectures in the chosen subject(s) in a DVD or USB format. There is also free downloadable preparatory material that the coaching institute offers.

While attending a recent educational event, the spokesperson of Nucleon informed, “We offer great opportunities for students who are appearing for competitive exams. When it comes to the preparation for IIT JEE, we promise them the best of study materials that in turn guarantee a good score. We have preparatory material that is not random but specific and that is well researched. Our staff is also shortlisted very carefully because our IIT JEE online classes never compromise on our students’ preparation.”

Nucleon has just launched a complete PCM course. However, the JEE aspirants can also go for online coaching in specific subjects with which they do not feel comfortable. The coaching institute delivers video lectures that are useful and powerful, no matter what subject the students want to prepare at the fundamental or advanced level. Rather than relying on the traditional methods, it is always good for students to use these videos and save time from going to attend classroom courses.

The spokesperson further asserted, “We have chemistry video lectures that cover all the topics of physical, organic and inorganic chemistry according to the latest CBSE and JEE syllabus. Our motivating lectures provide a good number of tips and tricks to help the JEE aspirants immensely. Students can overcome significant challenges and prepare the subject of chemistry in a better way. Our video lectures are better than theoretical studies, as the chemistry concepts can be revised in an effective manner. With easily available video lectures, students can build their confidence in the subject.”

In its online chemistry classes, the coaching institute offers unique and exclusive IIT video lectures. These lectures provide a unique angle to preparing for exams, as motion graphics are always remembered in mind. While students can go for a complete course in chemistry, they can also opt for physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry or organic chemistry lectures. Nucleon provides different online JEE coaching programs for class 11, class 12, and class 11 and 12.

About Nucleon:

Nucleon offers impactful IIT JEE online coaching in PCM subjects. Being a pioneer in the field, the coaching institute ensures that it establishes a strong knowledge base for its students. For this purpose, Nucleon provides effective video lectures by its experienced faculty that has vast teaching experience in various institutions of Kota. The coaching institute also offers an online test series, daily practice problems (DPPs) and problem sheets prepared using the chosen questions from all coaching of Kota. Nucleon helps students prepare for JEE Main, as well as JEE Advanced.


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