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Syllabus : Physics

 


Select your Grade

Physics Curriculum
[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Physical World and Measurement” open=”yes”]

  • Physical world
  • Units and measurements

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Kinematics”]

  • Motion in a straight line
  • Motion in a plane

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Laws of Motion”]

  • Intuitive concept of force
  • Inertia
  • Newton’s first law of motion
  • Newton’s second law of motion
  • Newton’s third law of motion
  • Law of conservation of linear momentum and its applications
  • Equilibrium of concurrent forces
  • Static and kinetic friction
  • Laws of friction
  • Rolling friction
  • Dynamics of uniform circular motion

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Work, Energy and Power”]

  • Kinetic energy
  • Work-energy theorem
  • Power
  • Notion of potential energy
  • Conservative forces
  • Non-conservative forces

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body”]

  • System of particles and rotational motion

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Gravitation”]

  • Kepler’s laws of planetary motion
  • Universal law of gravitation
  • Acceleration due to gravity and its variation with altitude and depth
  • Gravitational potential energy and gravitational potential
  • Escape velocity
  • Orbital velocity of a satellite
  • Geo-stationary satellites

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Properties of Bulk Matter”]

  • Mechanical properties of solids
  • Mechanical properties of fluids
  • Thermal properties of matter

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Thermodynamics”]

  • Thermal equilibrium
  • Definition of temperature
  • Heat
  • Work and internal energy
  • First law of thermodynamics
  • Isothermal and adiabatic processes
  • Second law of thermodynamics
  • Reversible and irreversible processes
  • Heat engine and refrigerator

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Electrostatics” open=”yes”]

  • Electric charges and fields
  • Electrostatic potential and capacitance

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Current Electricity “]

  • Electric current
  • Flow of electric charges in a metallic conductor
  • Ohm’s law
  • Electrical resistance
  • Electrical energy and power
  • Electrical resistivity and conductivity
  • Temperature dependence of resistance
  • Measurement of internal resistance of a cell

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism”]

  • Moving Charges and Magnetism
  • Magnetism and Matter

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents”]

  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Alternating Current

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=” Electromagnetic Waves”]

  • Basic idea of displacement current
  • Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics
  • Electromagnetic spectrum

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Optics”]

  • Ray Optics and Optical Instruments
  • Wave Optics

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter”]

  • Dual nature of radiation
  • Photoelectric effect
  • Hertz and Lenard’s observations
  • Einstein’s photoelectric equation-particle nature of light
  • Matter waves-wave nature of particles
  • De-Broglie relation
  • Davisson-Germer experiment

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Atoms and Nuclei”]

  • Alpha-particle scattering experiment
  • Rutherford’s model of atom
  • Bohr model
  • Composition and size of nucleus
  • Radioactivity, alpha, beta and gamma particles/rays and their properties
  • radioactive decay law
  • Mass-energy relation
  • nuclear fission
  • nuclear fusion

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Electronic Devices”]

  • Semiconductor Electronics: Materials, Devices and Simple Circuits

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Communication Systems”]

  • Elements of a communication system
  • Propagation of electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere
  • satellite communication
  • Basic ideas about internet
  • mobile telephony and global positioning system (GPS)

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Practicals”]

  • The record to be submitted by the students at the time of their annual examination has to include:
  • Record of at least 15 Experiments [with a minimum of 6 from each section], to be performed by the students.
  • Record of at least 5 Activities [with a minimum of 2 each from section A and section B], to be demonstrated by the teachers.
  • The Report of the project to be carried out by the students.

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

 

Select your Grade

Physics Curriculum
[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • Fundamentals of physics
  • Motion
  • Electricity
  • Light
  • Heat
  • Sound
  • Floatation & Relative density

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • The Universe
  • Heat
  • Light
  • More about Solids, Liquids and Gases
  • More about Energy
  • Static Electricity
  • Magnetism and Electricity

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • Measurement Of Length, Volume, Time And Mass
  • Motion In One Dimension
  • Newton’s Laws Of Motion
  • Force
  • Pressure In Fluids And Atmospheric Pressure
  • Up thrust In Fluids And Archimedes’ Principle
  • Floatation And Relative Density
  • Expansion of Solids, Liquids and Gases
  • Thermometry
  • Transfer Of Heat
  • Rectilinear Propagation of Light
  • Reflection Of Light At A Plane Surface
  • Propagation Of Sound Waves
  • Static Electricity
  • Current Electricity
  • Magnetism

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Force, Work, Energy and Power” open=”yes”]

  • Contact and non-contact forces; CGS & SI unit

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Light”]

  • Refraction of light
  • Total internal reflection
  • Lenses (converging and diverging)
  • Electromagnetic spectrum
  • Scattering of light.

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Sound”]

  • Reflection of sound waves; echoes: their use; simple numerical problems on echoes
  • Forced, natural vibrations, resonance
  • Loudness, pitch and quality of sound

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Electricity and Magnetism”]

  • Ohm’s Law
  • concepts of EMF
  • Potential difference
  • Resistance
  • Electrical power and energy
  • Household circuits
  • Magnetic effect of a current

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Heat”]

  • Specific heat capacities
  • Latent heat
  • Greenhouse effect and global warming

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Modern Physics”]

  • Thermionic emission
  • Radioactivity and changes in the nucleus

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

 

Select your Grade

Physics Curriculum
[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • Motion
  • Kinetic theory
  • Electricity
  • Light
  • Forces and density
  • Atomic and nuclear physics
  • Work and power
  • Thermal physics
  • Electric circuits
  • Waves and sound
  • Magnetism

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Physical Quantities, Units and Measurement” open=”yes”]

  • Scalars and vectors
  • Measurement techniques
  • Units and symbols

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Kinematics”]

  • Speed, velocity and acceleration
  • Graphical analysis of motion
  • Free-fall

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Dynamics”]

  • Balanced and unbalanced forces
  • Friction
  • Circular motion

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Mass, Weight and Density”]

  • Mass and weight
  • Gravitational fields
  • Density

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Turning Effect of Forces”]

  • Moments
  • Centre of mass
  • Stability

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Deformation”]

  • Elastic deformation

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Pressure”]

  • Pressure
  • Pressure changes

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Energy Sources and Transfer of Energy”]

  • Energy forms
  • Major sources of energy
  • Work
  • Efficiency
  • Power

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Transfer of Thermal Energy”]

  • Conduction
  • Convection
  • Radiation

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Temperature”]

  • Principles of thermometry
  • Practical thermometers

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Thermal Properties of Matter”]

  • Specific heat capacity
  • Melting and boiling
  • Thermal expansion of solids, liquids and gases

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Kinetic Model of Matter”]

  • States of matter
  • Molecular model
  • Evaporation

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”General Wave Properties”]

  • Describing wave motion
  • Wave terms
  • Wave behavior

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Light”]

  • Reflection of light
  • Refraction of light
  • Thin converging and diverging lenses

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Electromagnetic Spectrum”]

  • Dispersion of light
  • Properties of electromagnetic waves
  • Applications of electromagnetic waves

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Sound”]

  • Sound waves
  • Speed of sound
  • Ultrasound

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Magnetism and Electromagnetism”]

  • Laws of magnetism
  • Magnetic properties of matter
  • Electromagnetism

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Static Electricity”]

  • Laws of electrostatics
  • Principles of electrostatics
  • Applications of electrostatics

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Current Electricity”]

  • Current
  • Electromotive force
  • Potential difference
  • Resistance

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”D.C. Circuits”]

  • Current and potential difference in circuits
  • Series and parallel circuits

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Practical Electricity”]

  • Uses of electricity
  • Dangers of electricity
  • Safe use of electricity in the home

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Electromagnetism”]

  • Force on a current-carrying conductor
  • The d.c. motor

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Electromagnetic Induction”]

  • Principles of electromagnetic induction
  • The a.c. generator
  • The transformer

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Introductory Electronics”]

  • Thermionic emission
  • Simple treatment of cathode-ray oscilloscope
  • Action and use of circuit components

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Electronic Systems”]

  • Switching and logic circuits
  • Bistable and astable circuits

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Radioactivity”]

  • Detection of radioactivity
  • Characteristics of the three types of emission
  • Nuclear reactions
  • Half-life
  • Uses of radioactive isotopes including safety precautions

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”The Nuclear Atom”]

  • Atomic model
  • Nucleus

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • Physical quantities and units
  • Measurement techniques
  • Kinematics
  • Dynamics
  • Forces, density and pressure
  • Work, energy and power
  • Deformation of solids
  • Waves
  • Superposition
  • Electric fields
  • Current of electricity
  • D.C. circuits
  • Particle and nuclear physics

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • Motion in a circle
  • Gravitational fields
  • Ideal gases
  • Temperature
  • Thermal properties of materials
  • Oscillations
  • Communication
  • Capacitance
  • Electronics
  • Magnetic fields
  • Electromagnetic induction
  • Alternating currents
  • Quantum physics

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

 

Select your Grade

Physics Curriculum
[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics” open=”yes”]

  • Motion
  • Kinetic theory
  • Electricity
  • Light
  • Forces and density
  • Atomic and nuclear physics
  • Work and power
  • Thermal physics
  • Electric circuits
  • Waves and sound
  • Magnetism

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Core topics” open=”yes”]

  • Motion
  • kinetic theory
  • Electricity
  • Light
  • Forces and density
  • Atomic and nuclear physics
  • Work and power
  • Thermal physics
  • Electric circuits
  • Waves and sound
  • Magnetism

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topic Areas” open=”yes”]

  • Working as a Physicist
  • Mechanics
  • Electric Circuits
  • Materials
  • Waves and Particle Nature of Light

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Concept approach” open=”yes”]

  • Working as a physicist
  • Materials
  • Waves and particle nature of light
  • Thermodynamics
  • Space
  • Nuclear radiation
  • Gravitational fields
  • Oscillations

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Salters Horners approach”]

  • Working as a physicist
  • The sound of pusic (MUS)
  • Good enough to eat (EAT)
  • Technology in space (SPC) (only items 70 and 92–95)
  • Digging up the past (DIG) (only items 83–87)
  • Spare-part surgery (SUR)
  • Build or bust? (BLD)
  • Reach for the stars (STA)

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

 

Select your Grade

Physics Curriculum
[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics” open=”yes”]

  • Motion
  • Kinetic theory
  • Electricity
  • Light
  • Forces and density
  • Atomic and nuclear physics
  • Work and power
  • Thermal physics
  • Electric circuits
  • Waves and sound
  • Magnetism

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics” open=”yes”]

  • Motion
  • kinetic theory
  • Electricity
  • Light
  • Forces and density
  • Atomic and nuclear physics
  • Work and power
  • Thermal physics
  • Electric circuits
  • Waves and sound
  • Magnetism

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics” open=”yes”]

  • Measurements and their errors
  • Particles and radiation
  • Waves
  • Mechanics and materials
  • Electricity

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics” open=”yes”]

  • Measurements and their errors
  • Particles and radiation
  • Waves
  • Mechanics and materials
  • Electricity
  • Further mechanics and thermal physics
  • Fields and their consequences
  • Nuclear physics
  • Astrophysics
  • Medical physics
  • Engineering physics
  • Turning points in physics
  • Electronics

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

 

Select your Grade

Physics Curriculum
[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • Fundamentals of physics
  • Motion
  • Electricity
  • Light
  • Heat
  • Sound
  • Floatation & Relative density

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • The Universe
  • Heat
  • Light
  • More about Solids, Liquids and Gases
  • More about Energy
  • Static Electricity
  • Magnetism and Electricity

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics Covered” open=”yes”]

  • Measurement Of Length, Volume, Time And Mass
  • Motion In One Dimension
  • Newton’s Laws Of Motion
  • Force
  • Pressure In Fluids And Atmospheric Pressure
  • Up thrust In Fluids And Archimedes’ Principle
  • Floatation And Relative Density
  • Expansion of Solids, Liquids and Gases
  • Thermometry
  • Transfer Of Heat
  • Rectilinear Propagation of Light
  • Reflection Of Light At A Plane Surface
  • Propagation Of Sound Waves
  • Static Electricity
  • Current Electricity
  • Magnetism

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Force, Work, Energy and Power” open=”yes”]

  • Contact and non-contact forces; CGS & SI unit

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Light”]

  • Refraction of light
  • Total internal reflection
  • Lenses (converging and diverging)
  • Electromagnetic spectrum
  • Scattering of light.

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Sound”]

  • Reflection of sound waves; echoes: their use; simple numerical problems on echoes
  • Forced, natural vibrations, resonance
  • Loudness, pitch and quality of sound

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Electricity and Magnetism”]

  • Ohm’s Law
  • concepts of EMF
  • Potential difference
  • Resistance
  • Electrical power and energy
  • Household circuits
  • Magnetic effect of a current

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Heat”]

  • Specific heat capacities
  • Latent heat
  • Greenhouse effect and global warming

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Modern Physics”]

  • Thermionic emission
  • Radioactivity and changes in the nucleus

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

 

Select your Grade

Physics Curriculum
[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Role of Physics” open=”yes”]

  • Scope of Physics
  • Role of Physics in technology
  • Impact on society

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Units”]

  • SI units
  • Fundamental and derived units
  • Accuracy
  • Dimensions
  • Vectors, scalar quantities and elementary calculus

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Dynamics”]

  • Cases of uniform velocity
  • Relative velocity
  • Projectile motion
  • Newton’s laws of motion and simple applications

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Friction”]

  • Friction in solids: static; sliding; rolling
  • Laws of friction

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Circular and Rotational Motion”]

  • Uniform circular motion
  • Centre of mass
  • Moment of inertia
  • Parallel axis theorem and perpendicular axis theorem; radius of gyration
  • Torque and angular momentum

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Gravitation”]

  • Newton’s law of universal gravitation
  • Relation between G and g
  • Variation of gravitational acceleration above and below the surface of the earth
  • Gravitational field, its range, potential, potential energy and intensity
  • Escape velocity
  • Geostationary satellites – uses of communication satellites
  • Kepler’s laws of planetary motion

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Fluids”]

  • Pressure in a fluid, Pascal’s Law and its applications, buoyancy
  • Equation of continuity of fluid flow and its application
  • Bernoulli’s principle
  • Newton’s formula for viscosity
  • Stream line and turbulent flow
  • Stoke’s law

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Properties of Matter – Temperature”]

  • Properties of Matter – Temperature

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Internal Energy”]

  • First law of thermodynamics
  • Isothermal and adiabatic changes
  • Principal molar heat capacities
  • Second law of thermodynamics
  • Thermal conductivity
  • Nature and properties of thermal radiation

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Oscillations”]

  • Simple harmonic motion
  • Expressions for displacement, velocity and acceleration
  • Characteristics of simple harmonic motion
  • Relation between linear simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion
  • Kinetic and potential energy at a point in simple harmonic motion
  • Derivation of time period of simple harmonic motion of a simple pendulum
  • Free, forced and damped oscillations

[/su_spoiler][su_spoiler title=”Waves”]

  • Transverse and longitudinal waves
  • propagation of sound as wave motion
  • Superposition of waves
  • Laws of vibrations of stretched strings
  • Modes of vibration of strings and air columns; resonance
  • Doppler effect for sound

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

[su_accordion][su_spoiler title=”Topics” open=”yes”]

  • Electrostatics
  • Capacitance
  • Current electricity
  • Electromagnetism
  • Bar ‘magnet’
  • Earth as a ‘magnet’
  • Magnetic materials
  • Electromagnetic induction
  • Alternating current
  • Semiconductors
  • Diodes
  • Transistors
  • Magnetism
  • Wave optics
  • Ray optics section
  • Electrons & photons
  • Structures of atoms
  • Structure of nuclei
  • Nuclear transmutation
  • Nuclear energy
  • Semiconductors, diodes , transistors

[/su_spoiler][/su_accordion]

 

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