This blog is the brainchild of Anupam M, an electronics engineer from a premier NIT (National Institute of Technology) of India, who loves to teach fundamental physics and write on complex topics in simple language.
He has ample experience in teaching high school science (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) for CBSE, ICSE, and ISC students.
Anupam has worked with many esteemed organizations in different roles like Process Control engineer, Senior Software engineer, Software engineering manager, Principal consultant, delivery head, CTO etc. With his indeep technical knowledge and industrial exposure, he is equally conversant in writing technical articles covering process control engineering, software development, Java programming, project management, etc.
More About the journey
Anupam M is a Graduate Engineer (Electronics & Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology – NIT) who has 2 decades of hardcore experience in Information Technology and Engineering. He is an avid Blogger who writes a couple of blogs of different niches. His love for teaching High School Physics has made him write this blog, PhysicsTeacher.in, where he writes informative blog posts on related topics for global students.
Anupam is an experienced Information Technology professional who is equally passionate about learning and sharing Physics fundamentals with interested students in his spare time.
Professor S. Saha (Faculty of a premier institute) has joined Anupam in this journey. Professor Saha has been contributing with informative articles on digital electronics and microprocessor for engineering and technical students.
This blog is designed to help to build the foundation for JEE, NEET, etc specifically in Physics. This may be equally efficient for the K12 Physics syllabus.
This BLOG is to some extent like an online physics tutor providing online physics coaching and physics notes, through regular blog posts on various topics, helping students in mastering physics fundamentals.
This blog also posts useful study materials covering a few other related subjects, like Chemistry, Digital Electronics, Basic & analog electronics, control systems, microprocessor, etc.
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The motivation behind this Physics blog
The author/blogger of this physics blog strongly feels that the students need honest guidance from the seniors not only to tackle the exam pressure but also to succeed by truly learning the subject.
But this guidance is sometimes not available everywhere in its truest sense or sometimes not affordable for all.
Free online tutorials with quality content can really help to fill in this gap.
And the author has been trying to put forth his humble effort to provide quality content on school physics with this blog.
Suggestions and guidance from the masters of this subject are always welcome!
The author wishes the readers a happy reading and sharing experience!
Anupam M and his team wish to go ahead with their mission of providing online study materials for students and interested readers. A blog in Hindi for Physics students and enthusiasts is launched by the team of Physicsteacher.in. You can find this physics site here: PhysicsHindime.