Life is like riding a bicycle.  To keep your balance you must keep moving.”
Albert Einstein


This blog author has been a physics teacher for a few decades. One who is destined to work in a field he loves is certainly lucky and I have really experienced the thrill and challenges of teaching physics. I have taught students mostly in the age group 15 years to 22 years, covering a wide spectrum from the under graduate level to the post graduate level.

In any class a teacher can find many students genuinely interested in physics but often shy to ask questions for clearing their doubts. While discussing questions and their solution on this blog, I have sincerely tried to explain things clearly taking such inquisitive shy students into consideration.

My earlier blog 'Physicsplus' was meant mostly for Indian students preparing for various entrance examinations such as IIT-JEE, AIEEE, AIPMT, KEAM, EAMCET etc. Physics is a subject without any limitation imposed by any type of barriers (geographic, national, political, cultural and the like). Therefore, Physicsplus will be certainly useful world-wide. AP Physics Resources is specifically meant for students preparing for the AP Physics B and C Examinations even though material useful for them can be seen on  Physicsplus as well.