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About Chanakya IIT Coaching Classes:

C.I.F.C offers a unique IIT-Foundation programme aimed at students of the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th classes. This program focuses on strengthening the students conceptual clarity of the fundamentals in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Reasoning.

We also offer Basic Communication Skills and Speed Maths classes as part of the course for 8th, 9th and 10th classes. Our course and tests are designed in such a way that inculcates the habit of application of concepts thereby paving way for effective learning. 

  • Objectives of our IIT-Foundation Course

  • Course Material

  • Course Methodology

  • Class Room Based Inputs

  • Feedback Mechanism and Doubt Sessions

Objectives of the IIT-Foundation course are:

  • To make the students understand and master basic concepts in the subjects of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
  • To focus on encouraging students to apply the concepts learnt to real-life situations. The programme will encourage school goers to look beyond textbooks for learning. 
  • To help not only to understand better what is taught in regular school classes, but also to develop the acumen which will give them a distinct edge over the rest of their peers. This results in better performance in board or final exams.
  • To groom students by providing inputs on Reasoning skills, Speed Maths, and Communication Skills. 
  • To help students prepare for various talent search exams like NTSE, NLSTSE, Science Olympiad and Cyber Olympiad. 


Course Methodology:

  1. Course methodology is aimed at helping the students to understand the concepts thoroughly.

  2. It helps them in developing a logical approach to Maths, Physics and Chemistry, for an effective learning.

  3. It lays stress on application of concepts. What we mean by this can be demonstrated through the following examples :–

    1. Q) Why is friction important for transport?

      (A) Without friction we can't accelerate or brake

      Q)  i)when a hanging carpet is beaten with a stick,the dust particles start coming out of it?

      ii)when a tree is shaken its fruits and leaves fall down? 

      (A) The reason for both of them is same. They are due to the inertia of rest. i.e. the dust, or fruits, tend to be at rest when shaken!!!

      Q) Suppose you are travelling in a bus which is travelling at a speed of 20km/hr.Suppose a mosquito is also flying in the this bus.So whether the mosquito has to apply speed of more than or equal to 20km/hr to remain in the bus?

      A) The mosquito is flying in air trapped in the bus. In relation to the bus the air is stationary so the mosquito can fly as fast or as slow as it likes.

      1.       The syllabus has a comprehensive coverage of Maths, Physics and Chemistry encompassing the syllabi of the major boards (State, CBSE and ICSE). All areas will be covered in full, and not the areas of intersection alone. The whole idea is that a State Board student should be able to answer a CBSE question and vice-versa


Class Room Based Inputs:

Each topic is dealt with in two modules

  • Basic and Exercise Module
  • Testing Module

Basic and Exercise Module  

The objective of this module is to develop a thorough understanding of the concepts. This is done with the help of our study material. Each chapter has been divided into subtopics to develop an in-depth understanding of each subtopic. In order to develop this level of understanding three exercises are provided for each subtopic as given below. 

(a) Solved Examples: The faculty member introduces the basic concepts to the students with the help of solved examples that are given in our study material. The faculty member ensures that the concepts are delivered in such a manner that all the students in the class are able to follow the subject. The questions provided in the examples are followed by appropriate solutions. With the help of the given solutions, the student can develop a fair idea as to how to present the solution for a question in the examination.  

(b) Interactive Exercise: The objective of this exercise is to help the student, test his comfort levels with fundamentals of the sub topic. Also these questions help in quick review of the concepts learned. 

(c) Skill-Builder Exercise: This is aimed at reinforcing the concepts learned in the subtopic already discussed. This exercise is designed to help develop Knowledge, Understanding, Application and Analytical skills of a student. The objective of this exercise is to develop clarity in fundamentals and understand the application of concepts. 

Testing Module

The objective of this module is to test the students' grasp of concepts that have been taught in the class. The basic difference between the exercise module and the testing module is that the exercises would have no time limit, while test papers will have a time limit.

The testing module will include three types of tests

  • Topic wise tests
  • Cumulative tests
  • Model Papers


Topic-wise Tests are conducted after completion of each chapter.

Test would consist of objective-type questions. The test will be followed by a discussion of the paper. The purpose of the discussion is: 

  1. As the questions asked in Test 1 would be on the basics and application of the basics, the faculty member would recapitulate what has been taught in the basics and exercise module and thus REINFORCE the students' grasp over the basics.

  2. If students have gone wrong they will learn where they went wrong and will try to improve their performance. In the discussion we help the students find where the mistakes were made and this helps them avoid the same in future.


Cumulative Tests are descriptive in nature. It is further divided into three sections – I, II and III. These tests are conducted once a month. Section I and II tests are modelled on the school/board exams paper pattern. Section III is a combination of school/board exams paper pattern which will require application of concepts too. After completion of two to three chapters one CUMULATIVE TEST will be conducted.

  1. Section I consists of Very Short Answers – one word or one sentence answers, multiple choice questions, match the following, fill in the blanks with each question carrying 1 mark

  2. Section II consists of Short Answers – three to four sentence answers with each question carrying 2-3 marks

  3. Section III consists of Long Answers – The questions are divided into two parts. The first part consists of understanding the concepts and it will carry 2 marks. The second part will consists of application of these concepts and it will carry 3 marks.


Model Papers will cover all chapters, will have all the three sections and will be descriptive in nature. These papers will be given at the end of the course around January-February. The duration is about 2 hours and will carry approximately 80-100 marks.

Feedback Mechanism and Doubt Sessions

  • Regular parent-teacher meetings
  • Feedback from the students in the class
    • Faculty
    • Academic coordinators

Office address:
Chankaya IIT Coaching Classes,
GNR Enclave, near sridevi theatre, Chandanagar, Hyderabad - 500050
Chankaya IIT Coaching Classes, 2nd Floor, S.R. House, Above Eenadu Bank, Near Bharath Petrol Pump, Chandanagar, B.H.E.L, Hyderabad - 500050

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For Class VII & VIII

Program focuses on enhancing logical thinking,IQ, Mental Ability. Students are prepared for future exams like Olympiads, & IIT-JEE

For Class IX & X

This program helps the student to excel in X Board, NTSE, Olympiads, XII Boards & IIT-JEE.

For Class XI & XII

This program helps the student to exel in IIT-JEE + XII boards + AIEEE  + Olympiads + Other engineering entrance exams. 

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