IIT JEE Maths Video Lectures

Our Maths Video Lectures for IIT JEE aims to address all the topics and their related problems keeping in view of all the requirements of IIT-JEE aspirants. There are few tricks which students need to remember while preparing for Maths Paper:

  •  Major portion of Maths Paper consists of moderately difficult problems; being followed by easier ones. There are very few high-level difficult questions so; aspirants do not need to be panic as far as Maths is concerned.
  •  Always start preparing by strengthening your basics; once your foundation is strong, you can move further to solve more advanced level problems.
  • Never compare your preparation with your friends. You should focus on your own strengths and weaknesses and do prepare as per your own pace and needs.
  • Do practice mock-test papers and as well as previous year’s question papers. And before attempting the problem, never look into its solution.

About the Course:
Lecture Duration:  approx. 230 Hours  
No. of Topics Covered: 50

Topics Covered:






Equations, Inequations and Expression (Quadratic Equation)

Complex Number

Sequences and Series, Related Inequalities

Permutations and Combination

Binomial Theorem for Positive Integral Index

Principle of Mathematical Induction

Circular Functions and Identities


Graph of Trignometric Functions and Trignometric Inequality

Solution of trigonometric Equations

Properties of Triangle

Coordinate Geometry

Coordinates and Straight lines






Set Relations and Functions


Basic Differentiation

Basic Integration

Vectors & 3-D Geometry

Vectors and Addition of Vectors

Product of Two Vectors

Introduction of three Dimension Geometry


Elementry Probability & Addition theorem of Probability




Adjoint and Inverse of a matrix

Solution of system of linear Equation

Differential  Calculus

Relations and Functions Types of functions and Their Graph

Inverse Trignometric Functions

one-one and onto functions Composite Functions and Inverse of a functios

Limits continuity And differentiability


Second Order Derivatives

Application of Derivatives (Rate of change of Quantities)

Errors and Approximations

Increasing and Decreasing Functions

Tangents and Normal

Mean Value Theorems (Rolle's and Lagrange's Theorems)

Maxima and Minima

Integral Calculus

Indefinite Integral

Definite Integral as a Limit of Sum

Basic Properties of difinite integral and Evaluation of difinite integral

Application of Integrals (Curve Tracing and Area Bounded)

Differential Equation

Vectors & 3-D Geometry

Vectors and Addition of Vectors

Dot Product and Cross Product of Two Vectors and Scalar Tripple product and Vector Tripple Product

Points Direction cosines and Direction Ratios

Equation of Straight Line in Space



Multiplication Theorem of Probability, Conditional Probability, independent Event, Total Probability, Baye's Theorem and Binomial Distribution