sir im currently in class eleven. im not a very bright student but IIT has always been my dream.it would be exteremly helpful if u can guide me on the imp reference books and the imp topics.im ready to study hard.but i need a better study plan,like a minimum of how many hours per day etc.looking forward to your kind cooperation.
As far as a study plan is concerned, you need to map one out for yourself. What you could do is that you make a list first, of the topics that you are very good in, the topics that are somewhat difficult, and the topics that you have hardly understood/ haven't understood at all.
Then you can proceed by evenly spacing out these topics. For example, for each month, take 3 topics that you do know well, 2 that you know somewhat well, and 1 that you find very hard. In this way, by keeping a balance, you will be able to optimise your preparations.
Even if you haven't studied some topic at all before, you can see the name and flip through a few pages to see which category the topic would probably fit into.
As far as the number of hours is concerned, that is again something you will have to decide yourself. But this is not going to be hard, once you have a study plan mapped out. Once you have set a monthly target, you would get a rough idea on how much time you need to devote to a particular topic to be thorough with it, and once you have that, you can decide how many hours to study in a day. My advice though, is that you shouldn't have a fixed number of hours allocated per day. Preparation for JEE requires you to be thorough with all the topics, and therefore, I would suggest that you just study as much as you are comfortable with everyday. This number could vary from day to day. Maybe some day you study for just 4 hours, while some day you study for 8. There would be no point in having a fixed say 6 hour schedule and then sticking to it even if you don't feel like studying, because that time will simply be wasted.