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Mathematics:- RD Sharma and Arihant Books especially of Amit M Agarwal , NCERT
Physics H. C. Verma, NCERT. D C PANDEY
Chemistry
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Arihant Publications - Organic Chemistry
O.P. Agarwal - IIT Chemistry - for Inorganic Chemistry

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