Hello. I am at my first year of engineering and the syllabus include QM. Chapters covered are: Fundamentals of QM - Wave particle duality, matter waves, phase and group velocities, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and its applications, physical significance of wave function, probability density and normalization of wave function. QM and simple systems - 1D time independent Schrodinger's wave equation, potential steeps and barriers - reflection and transmission coefficients at steps. tunneling through potential barriers and transmission probability, application of radioactivity. Solution of a particle on an infinite potential well and its Eigen values and Eigen functions(Similarly for finite potential well). Suggested book is "Concepts of modern physics" by Arthur Beiser, 6th edition, TMH publication But I see on the internet that "Introduction To Quantum Mechanics" by David J. Griffiths is a very popular book for beginner. Regarding my mathematical skills, I am good with differential and integral calculus and linear algebra. Which book is recommended P.S.:I am also very much interested in learning QM and not just for the sake of passing out the exams. Thank you.