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```				   can i please get d names of the subjective type of books for physics which helps me clearing my concepts....n reading dat book really makes me feel that im through with all types of concepts for a particular chapter
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As per the new pattern of IIT JEE, thorough knowledge of concepts given in NCERT Physics book is sufficient. Even if you want to refer some book for clear understanding, refer 'Halliday, Resnick, Walker: Fundamentals  of Physics' and H.C. Verma.
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