BEFORE you read on!

Our faculty is holding seminars for Std X students and their parents on Sundays. To register, please contact:

Prof. Vinayak Antarkar 9820651068
Prof. U. R. Kapadi 9867244891

Also, you may download a sample of our entrance test and its solution by clicking on the following icons:

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Introduction

Golden Gate to IIT is a 2 year group tuition programme in Mumbai which trains students for Engineering Entrance examinations, primarily, the IIT - JEE. The programme is run in Vile Parle, and attracts students from as far away as Mira Road and Thane.

Team

Physics

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Prof. Manoj Karmarkar has completed his B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering from IIT Bombay. After a year's industrial experience, he came back to IIT Bombay and obtained an M.Tech. degree in Energy Systems Engineering. He then worked in IIT Bombay for two and a half years and thereafter joined the teaching profession.
Prof. Karmarkar has been teaching IIT JEE Physics for the last 15 years.

Mathematics

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Prof. Vinayak Antarkar has completed his B.Tech. in Civil Engineering from IIT Bombay. He has taught Engineering Mechanics to first year Engineering students and Mathematics for IIT JEE, AIEEE and MHT-CET.
Prof. Antarkar has been teaching IIT JEE Mathematics for the last 15 years.

Chemistry

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Prof, Arpita Ghosh has completed her B.Tech., in Chemical Engineering and M.Tech. in Polymer Science from Calcutta University. She has been instumental in designing and directing the classroom programme for IIT JEE Chemistry in a number of institutions in India.
Prof. Ghosh has been teaching IIT JEE Chemistry for the last 13 years




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Prof. Dr. U R Kapadi has completed his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Chemistry from IIT Bombay. He has been teaching Chemistry at the under graduate, graduate and post graduate level for the last 26 years. He has been instrumental in setting up the Chemistry Department at the North Maharashtra University and has guided twelve students towards the successful completion of their Ph.D. programmes.
Prof. Kapadi has been teaching IIT JEE Chemistry for the last 6 years.


Our Ideas & Our Methods...

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are international centres of excellence in imparting training in Science and Technology. Students are admitted to these institutes through an all-India competition called the JEE (Advanced).

The Golden Gate to IIT is a group tution programme which trains class XI & class XII students for this examination.

The JEE (Advanced) is renowned as the world's toughest entrance examination at the Under Graduate level. The questions appearing in this examination are conceptual and tricky. They are meant to test not only the student's understanding of the fundamental principles of science but also his/her skill to apply these principles in unforeseen situations, as these questions are always refreshingly new.

Preparing for the JEE has three equally important aspects:
(i) building a sound conceptual understanding of the subject
(ii) sufficient amount of practice and preparation
(iii) development of skills such as time management, stress management, goal-setting and analysing one's faults and weaknesses.


The faculty of the Golden Gate programme continuously guides the students on all three fronts, due to which the student benefits in the long run, irrespective of which course or institution he/she joins after class XII.

Our ex-students have proved time and again that building upon all these areas helps them do well in academics at a later stage.

The programme is conducted in the format of a group tuition. The batch size is restricted to 40 students, to facilitate easy individual interaction between professors and students.

The faculty is intentionally restricted to only 4 professors, each of whom is a master in his/her respective field. The students interact with the same 4 professors for the entire course duration of 2 years. This allows the students to learn one subject from at the most two professors, which results in continuity in the learning process for the students.

In each lecture, the students are engaged in conceptual discussions followed by application of these concepts to a huge variety of problems, starting from the basic and gradually moving over to the advanced level upto the standard of the JEE. Rather than instilling rote mugging, the students are encouraged to improve their conceptual understanding, analytical skill, examination temperament as well as nerve, which are so vital in this unique examination. The students' level of preparation is regularly examined by exposing them to continuous evaluation in the form of periodic tests and assignments.

Students' parents have easy access to faculty members, and can contact them directly to ask about their wards. Eight months after the start of the training programme a faculty-parent meeting is held, in which detailed report cards are given to the parents and they meet and discuss the student's progress with each professor individually.

Other Entrance Examinations

It has been our experience that the training we impart in the Golden Gate Programme is highly beneficial to students in other entrance examinations also (apart from the JEE).

BITSAT (Birla Institute of Science & Technology Admission Test) is one such examination. Birla Institute of Technology & Science is currently located in three places in India - Pilani, Goa & Hyderabad. These institutes are internationally recognised as centres of excellence imparting training in science and technology. The entry to these prestigious institutes is through a national level examination called BITSAT, held after the class XII examination. The BITSAT syllabus is quite similar to the JEE syllabus.

Students of the Golden Gate Programme have always done well at the BITSAT. The numbers of students who were admitted to BITS on the basis of BITSAT are:

(i) In 2013, 4 out of 30 students (i.e. 13 % of the batch)

(ii) In 2012, 3 out of 35 students (i.e. 8.5 % of the entire batch)

(iii) In 2011, 4 out of 25 students (i.e. 16 % of the batch)

(iv) In 2010, 9 out of 28 students (32 % of the batch)

(v) In 2009, 9 out of 30 (30 % of the batch).

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