Pradeep Patra - Physics Tutor in Bhubaneswar

Pradeep Patra   (On Spanedea since February 21, 2015)

Degree in Physics from IIT (Kanpur) and training students for IIT JEE, KVPY, Math Olympiads


Msc from IIT(Kanpur) in Physics, 1986, Post Graduate Diploma in Software Technology, 1995,

Tutoring Experience: 6 Years

Total Hours Taught on Spanedea: 11 Hours

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About Pradeep Patra

I describe myself as passionate about unraveling the beauty of Physics and Mathematics before the students, willing to listen to the students and clear their doubts. Teach students about connecting the subject with day to day experience where Physics and Maths are all around. Build and demonstrate models related to basic principles of Physics.


To make students interested in the subject, build a strong foundation so that they can move further with minimal assistance.

Educational Qualification

Msc from IIT(Kanpur) in Physics, 1986

Post Graduate Diploma in Software Technology, 1995,


Rate (INR/hr):  330

Rate could vary upwards depending on exact student requirement ( e.g. if requirement is very specialised, or if requirement demands a lot of background preparation)

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There is no doubt that theory is good. The questions and problems are equally good but for Indian entrance examinations like JEE Main and Advanced, some problems may not be suitable. ...

This is not yet announced formally. The rational behind aptitude test is to ensure that coaching will/ may not help in cracking an aptitude test. But, there is coaching for CAT entrance also. Until we know the format of the test and level of questions, it is difficult to say in my opinion. You can devote some time to do questions from various ap...

You have packed a lot of information in your question. For Physics concentrate on the basics. Understand well how integration is setup in Physics problems, in terms of what is taken as a variable in Physics problem to perform the integration. Since there are 20 questions (Physics) in each paper, understand problems which uses multiple concepts, ...

For Physics, you can follow Fundamentals of Resnick and Halliday for concepts. It is written in a different style from typical books by Indian authors. For problems, H C Verma's concepts of Physics is good. For solving a wide variety of problems, Pearson's books are also good besides books published by Cengage. There is no silver bullet ...

Both books are followed worldwide. It is a matter of preference. You can also look at Physics for Scientists and Engineers by Serway and Jewett which is a relatively recent book compared to other two. This is my personal favorite. ...

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