IIT Joint Entrance Exam Preparation

A man stands behind a clear piece of glass and writes equations in neon marker.

Ankur Gupta solves mathematics problems at the light board. (Image courtesy of Ankur Gupta.)


Ankur Gupta

Rohit Kannan

Vaibhav Unheklar

Neelkanth Bardhan

Pritish Kamath

Ananth Govind Rajan

Anshul Singhal

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Joint Entrance Examination—Advanced (formerly the Indian Institutes of Technology—Joint Entrance Examination or IIT-JEE) is a prestigious exam for high school students in India, as successful candidates go onto pursue undergraduate education from top colleges such as IITs and NITs. In this section, we provide open source content for students preparing for JEE-Advanced.

The initiative was conceptualized and implemented by Dr. Ankur Gupta, now a professor at the University of Colorado Boulder. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from MIT and is an alumnus of IIT-Dehli. He had support for this project from Dr. Anshul Singhal, also an alumnus of IIT-Dehli and MIT. The initiative attracted several volunteers at MIT, including Rohit Kannan, Neelkanth Bardhan, Vaibhav Unhelkar, Ananth Govind Rajan, Pritish Kamath and Mikhil Ranka.

For more videos visit the project's YouTube page.


The team would like to acknowledge the support of Prof. Patrick S. Doyle from Chemical Engineering for his mentorship. We would also like to thank Jim Cain from Open Learning for providing access to the Lightboard room. Last but not the least, we acknowledge the help we got from Cheryl Siegel and Joseph Pickett in helping us make this content available at OCW Highlights for High School.

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