About Amrose Birani…
- My name is Amrose Birani
- I am a student of Computer science department IIT Bombay.
- I achieved AIR 3 in IIT-JEE 2007
- My hometown is Indore a city situated in Madhya Pradesh.
- I love to play tennis and guitar as my hobbies and in my leisure time.
Coffee with Amrose Birani…
Amrose Birani gave an exclusive interview to “www.entrancecorner.com“
1) When did you seriously start thinking on writing the JEE exam?
Amrose :-Seriously I started preparing after 10th , but according to me the preparations start off at 8th standard. You should have a logical approach towards all the topics. However the best time to start is after 10th standard. I started in 8th standard, with some books I borrowed from seniors and friends. At the start all the things written in those books seemed to be some alien language , but the fight I made at that time , resulted in improvement of my IQ.
2) How many hours did you study?
Amrose :-I studied about 5-6 hours on an average daily
3) How’s you life going on in IIT ?
Amrose :- The life in IIT’s in the first year was very chill as compared to the JEE studies, I explored all the other possible domains other then academics, like music, dance, sports and many other. 1st year was full of enthusiasm and learning. In second year I mostly focused on some selected hobbies.
Currently I am in my 3rd year. I am the events manager in Entrepreneurship Cell in IITB. Other than organizational work of E-Cell and academics I like to play tennis sometimes. I also try to gym few days (trying to maintain myself :)).
4) Which books you followed for IITJEE preparations?
* S.L. Loney (Coordinate Geometry and Trigonometry)
* Arihant (General Problem Solving)
* Hall & Knight (Algebra)
* Rest follow CBSE books
* H.C Verma
* I.E Irodov (first solve HCV then move onto Irodov)
* P. Bahadur
* Paula Bruice
* I L Finar
* J D Lee
5) Which was your first books which you chose to improve your concepts in PCM?
Amrose :-Resnick Halliday Walker for Physics.
6) Can you please tell us your daily routine of studying or timetable?
Amrose :-Generally I didn’t had a fixed schedule , but I always maintained a stop watch at my study table , I started it whenever I was studying , and stopped it whenever I left the desk , like this I used to maintain a daily record. This technique was very helpful in increasing my confidence and efficiency.
7) Any advice you would like to prescribe for the aspirants?
Amrose :-Best of luck to all JEE aspirants
Just follow this
“Success is failures after failures without losing your enthusiasm”
So just keep fighting and don’t lose your enthusiasm