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CLASS XI |
CLASS XII |

Units of Measurement 1. Measurement and Error Analysis 2. Significant Figures and Dimensions |
Electric Charges and Fields 1. Electric charge 2. Coulomb’s law 3. Electric Field 4. Electric Flux 5. Electric Dipole 6. Gauss law 7. Gold Leaf Electroscope |

Motion in a Straight Line 1. Displacement and Velocity 2. Graphical Representation 3. Acceleration 4. Kinematics Linear Motion |
Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance 1. Electrostatic Potential 2. Equipotential Surfaces 3. Electrostatic Potential Energy 4. Electrostatics of Conductors 5. Capacitors 6. Combination of Capacitors 7. Electrostatics of Dielectrics |

Motion in a Plane 1. Introduction to Vectors 2. Motion in Two Dimensions 3. Relative Motion 4. Projectile Motion |
Current Electricity 1. Ohm’s Law 2. Drift of Electrons and Resistivity 3. Combination of Resistors 4. Emfs and Internal Resistance 5. Combination of Cells 6. Kirchhoff’s Rules 7. Electrical Appliances |

Laws of Motion 1. Newton’s First Law of Motion 2. Newton’s Second Law of Motion 3. Impulse and Newton’s Third Law 4. Common Forces in Mechanics 5. Circular Motion 6. Free Body Problems 7. More on Free Body Problems 8. Frictions |
Moving Charges and Magnetism 1. Magnetic Lorentz Force 2. Motion in Combines E and B Fields 3. Biot Savart Law 4. Ampere’s Law 5. The Solenoid and Toroid 6. Force on Current Carrying Wire 7. Torque on Current Carrying Loop |

Work, Energy and Power 1. Work and Energy 2. Potential Energy 3. Conservative Forces 4. Energy and Power 5. Collisions |
Magnetism and Matter 1. Magnetic Field 2. Magnetic Properties |

System of Particles Rotational Motion 1. Centre of Mass 2. Conservation of Angular Momentum 3. Dynamic of Rotational Motion 4. Kinematic of Rotational Motion 5. Moment of Inertia 6. Equilibrium of Rigid Body 7. Angular Momentum 8. Torque 9. Kinematic Variables in Rotation 10. Motion of Center of Mass 11. Rolling motion |
Electromagnetic Induction 1. Magnetic Flux 2. Faraday’s Law of Induction 3. Motional emf 4. Eddy Current 5. Inductance 6. AC Generator |

Gravitation 1. Law of Gravitation 2. Gravitational Potential Energy 3. Kepler’s Laws and Satellites |
Alternative Current 1. AC Applied Resistor, Capacitor, Inductor, 2. AC Applied to LCR in Series 3. Resonance in LCR Circuit 4. Power in AC Circuit |

Mechanical Properties of Solids 1. Elasticity 2. Elastic Moduli |
Electromagnetic Waves 1. Characteristics of EM Waves 2. Electromagnetic Spectrum |

Mechanical Properties of Fluids 1. Pressure of Fluids 2. Equation of Continuity 3. Bernoulli’s Principles 4. Non Ideal Fluids 5. Surface Tension and Capillarity |
Ray Optics and Optical Instrument 1. Reflection by Spherical Mirrors 2. Refraction by Plane Surfaces 3. Total Internal Reflection 4. Refraction by Spherical Surfaces 5. Refraction by Lens 6. Refraction and Dispersion by Prism 7. Optical Instruments |

Thermal Properties of Matter 1. Thermal Expansion 2. Calorimetry 3. Change of Phase 4. Transfer of Heat by Radiation |
Wave Optics 1. Huygen’s Principle 2. Interference of Light 3. Difference of Light 4. Polarization |

Thermodynamics 1. Law of Thermodynamic 2. Thermodynamic Process 3. Heat Engines 4. Second Law of Thermodynamic |
Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter 1. Photoelectric Effect 2. Dual Nature of Matter |

Kinetic Theory 1. Behavior of Ideal Gases 2. Kinetic Theory of Gases 3. Law of Equipartition of Energy |
Atoms 1. Alpha Particle Scattering 2. Bohr’s Model of Atom |

Oscillations 1. Simple Harmonic Motion 2. Dynamics of SHM 3. Illustrations of Bodies in SHM 4. More Examples of Bodies in SHM 5. Damped and Forced Oscillation |
Nuclei 1. Atomic Nucleus 2. Nuclear Energy 3. Radioactivity |

Waves 1. Progressive Waves 2. Behavior of Progressive Waves 3. Standing Waves 4. Beats 5. Doppler Effect |
Semiconductor Electrons 1. Types of Materials 2. PN Diode 3. Applications of PN Diode 4. Transistors 5. Applications of Transistors 6. Logic Gates |

Physical World: Introduction to Physics | Communication Systems 1. Signals and Transmission Systems 2. Modulation and Detection of Systems |