For concept building and theory part:
Objective Mathematics Vol 1, Vol 2 byR.D Sharma.
Cengage book series topicwise
For problem solving:
Advanced problems in mathematics byVikas Gupta and Pankaj Joshi.
Advanced problems in co-ordinate geometry byVikas Gupta
Trigonometry byS.L Loney.
Mathematical analysis byG.N Berman
Fundamentals of physics byHalliday,Resnick & Walker
Concepts of physics Vol 1&2 byH.C Verma
New pattern physics byD.C Pandey
After developing strong basics ,you can further go for these authors :
Problems in Physical Chemistry byNarendra Awasthi
J.D LeeInorganic Chemistry
Solomons and FryhleOrganic Chemistry
Advanced problems in Organic Chemistry byM.S Chauhan(highly recommended).
Also maintain your flow with the 11&12 NCERTtextbooks of each physics, Chemistry and Maths.
All the best for your preparations!
Firstly, you should start with NCERT basic you should be strong at your basics.
You can refer some of the books mentioned below for the preparation
Physics- For Physics you can through with HC Verma, Resnick Halliday, walker, Irodov and Dc pandey
Chemistry-You can go for O.P Tandon, Arihant practice book by Rk Gupta.
Mathematics- You can go for R.D Sharma, Arihant and S.L Loney.
Make sure you refer previous year papers to understand the exam pattern and level of questions.daily give at least one mock test for improving time management and analysing the question papers.
If you have any doubts further let me know.
All the best for your preparation!!
Firstly do NCERT and then go for further books which is mention here.
Lastly solve question from question bank to enhance your overall output.
Information regarding books:
List of Books for Chemistry
1. Physical Chemistry by P. Bahadur
2. Organic Chemistry by Arihant (Theory & Practice)
3. Inorganic Chemistry by O. P. Tandon
List of Books for Physics
1. Fundamentals of Physics- V. K. Mehta
2. Concept of Physics- H.C. Verma
3. Problems in General Physics- I.E. Irodov
4. NCERT Books of Class XI & XII
List of Maths Books
1. Calculus- I.A. Maron
2. Integral Calculus- Amit Agarwal
As told by my Teachers you can refer the following books:
For Physics: “If you want a strong command on these topics (Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism,Optics)which are the most frequently asked topics of JEE (M)”. You can refer D. C Pandey by Arihant Publications .
Or The Famous name in Jee Preparation --H. C Verma.
For Chemistry : Organic Section-Himanshu Pandey, M. S Chauhan. I would say that M. S chauhan is far better than Himanshu Pandey as it contains all types of questions.
Inorganic: “NCERT" Books are the best. If you still want more you can go for Inorganic Chemistry by Dr. O.P Tandon Dr. A. S Singh.
Physical Chemistry :Start from NCERT as basics are cleared there.. Then you can move to Dr. O.P Tandon.
For Mathematics : Start With NCERT then go for (1)Fundamentals of Integrals Calculus by Vikas Rahi.(2)IIT Mathematics by A. Das Gupta.(3)Tata McGraw Hills or TMH Jee Mathematics..
TIP:Start Slow,clear your concepts with the help of your teachers and friends. and keep on solving previous year papers to be on track.
But some of them have relevant and concepts building materials in a precise manner.
Amit m Aggarwal ( Arihant)
A Das Gupta
Questions banks of good institute like Allen ; Bansal ; fitjee etc.
So good luck