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Which is the best MSc Physics Entrance Coaching Center in Delhi?

  1. Jan 14, 2015 #1
    I am sure this topic has not been posted this forum before since it didn't come up in my search. I am preparing for MSc and Integrated PhD (in physics) entrance examinations in India using self study materials. However, I wish to join a good entrance coaching center since there is huge competition. My research tells me that the best coaching centers for physics are in New Delhi. From my research online and asking my contacts in Delhi, I have come up with four coaching centers as shown below:
    1. Physics by Fiziks (http://physicsbyfiziks.com/ [Broken])
    2. Career Endeavour (http://www.careerendeavour.in/)
    3. UGC Point (http://www.ugcpoint.in/)
    4. Aryan Classes (http://www.aryanclasses.com/)
    I don't mind going to Delhi, staying there and studying but then every coaching center claims that they are the best. I did call them up and spoke to them. Since these coaching classes are expensive, I want to make sure I am making the right decision. Is there anyone in this forum who has studied in these coaching centers or knows something about these centers? The following are the tests I wish to take:
    • Delhi University entrance
    • IIT-JAM
    • Pune University entrance
    • INAT
    • JEST
    • Any other MSc entrance.
    The best guidance I will get is from the people who have done these tests or have taken coaching from the institutes above.

    Thanks,

    lqgfan
     
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  3. Jan 16, 2015 #2

    Stephen Tashi

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    I don't know the answer, but I suggest you ask it on the Crazyengineers forum, which has many members from India.
     
  4. Jan 17, 2015 #3
    Yes I did take a look at the Crazyengineers forum. I did a search on it too. However that is an Engineering forum and I couldn't find much information on it. In Physics Forums I have seen many Indians posting things related to masters in physics. I believe someone would definitely be able to give an insight into this matter.
     
  5. Jan 17, 2015 #4

    Stephen Tashi

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    Did you post your question on Crazyengineers? If you want, I will post it.
     
  6. Jan 17, 2015 #5
    Sure. Thanks Stephen. :) That would be great.
     
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