Thanks a ton bro for the detailed response, appreciate
Actually, i wanted to have a single book for the theory, if possible..,
because i have the weakness of getting distracted easily if i follow multiple books and then end up wasting time..
So, earlier what i thought i will only attempt the exercises of the ncert book while i would read the theory from a better resource..
From your response, it appears that following only vmc may not be sufficient.. While following ncert and vmc looks difficult for me.., since it might require consuming 150% time than reading from a single book..
I know it is difficult to find one size fits all.. Cbse, mains, advanced..
I am thinking that initially i go through the video lectures of physics galaxy (pradeep kshetrapal sir, right??).. and then go through the vmc material only (not ncert book..).. Would this strategy be a good one?
By the way, how is Pradeep publication physics book.., i read in one of the interview on career360 that jee advanced rank 1 holder pranav goel studied from pradeep books for physics and chemistry (though i should not even think about comparing myself to him..)..
Or if there is a single book, which you can suggest that is close to one size fits all..?
Thanks very much