ISC Mathematics For Class XI (Book I) is a comprehensive book for Class-XI students studying in schools affiliated to the syllabus prescribed by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations. The book covers the latest syllabus of the Indian School Certificate and presents the topics in a clear manner, helping students understand them easily. In addition, the book contains a vast number of solved examples, helping students understand how to apply the basics efficiently. It also includes a number of questions which have been asked in previous years’ papers, helping students in understanding what questions are frequently asked in the exam. The book is an indispensable resource for all ISC aspirants.
About the Authors
Om Prakash Malhotra was an Indian academician and mathematician. He was a housemaster at the Doon School at Dehradun and later served as the Head of the Mathematics department at the Welham Boys’ School.
An eminent mathematician, Mr Malhotra was deputed to the St. Bees School in Cumbria, UK, where he taught mathematics for a while and visited schools such as Eton, Harrow, Winchester and Rugby. His texts are currently used as standard ISC reference books throughout India.
S. K. Gupta is an Indian mathematician and an alumnus of Administrative Staff College, Hyderabad. A former principal of the Birla Vidya Mandir, Nainital and a prime-mover behind the establishment of G.D. Birla Memorial School at Ranikhet, he was also the Chairman of the Indian Public Schools Conference and member of Indian Public Schools Conference Trust.
Anubhuti Gangal is an Indian academician and mathematician. He has been working with S. Chand Publishers in bringing out various books for schools across India.