Class 11 Physics Syllabus 2079
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The focus of this course is to develop your scientific knowledge, skill competencies, and attitudes as outlined by national goals. These goals are designed to prepare you for your future endeavors beyond secondary school.
Here is the NEB Class 11 Physics syllabus in tabular form:
|Mechanics||Physical quantities||1.1 Precision and significant figures, dimensions, and uses of dimensional analysis.|
|Vectors||2.1 Triangle, parallelogram, and polygon laws of vectors 2.2 Resolution of vectors, Unit vectors 2.3 Scalar and vector products|
|Kinematics||3.1 Instantaneous velocity and acceleration 3.2 Relative velocity 3.3 Equation of motion(graphical treatment) 3.4 Motion of a freely falling body 3.5 Projectile motion and its applications.|
|Dynamics||4.1 Linear momentum, Impulse 4.2 Conservation of linear momentum 4.3 Application of Newton’s laws 4.4 Moment, torque, and equilibrium 4.5 Solid friction: Laws of solid friction and their verifications.|
|Work, energy, and power||5.1 Work done by a constant force and a variable force 5.2 Power 5.3 Work-energy theorem; Kinetic and potential energy 5.4 Conservation of Energy 5.5 Conservative and non-conservative forces 5.6 Elastic and inelastic collisions|
|Circular motion||6.1 Angular displacement, velocity, and acceleration 6.2 Relation between angular and linear velocity and acceleration 6.3 Centripetal acceleration 6.4 Centripetal force 6.7 Conical pendulum 6.8 Motion in a vertical circle 6.9 Applications of banking.|
|Gravitation||7.1 Newton’s law of gravitation 7.2 Gravitational field strength 7.3 Gravitational potential; Gravitational potential energy 7.4 Variation in value of ‘g’ due to altitude and depth 7.5 Centre of mass and center of gravity 7.6 Motion of a satellite: Orbital velocity and time period of the satellite 7.7 Escape velocity 7.8 Potential and kinetic energy of the satellite 7.9 Geostationary satellite 7.10 GPS|
|Elasticity||8.1 Hooke’s law: Force constant 8.2 Stress; Strain; Elasticity and plasticity 8.3 Elastic modulus: Young modulus, bulk modulus, shear modulus 8.4 Poisson’s ratio 8.5 Elastic potential energy.|
|Heat and Thermodynamics||Heat and temperature||9.1 Molecular concept of thermal energy, heat and temperature, and cause and direction of heat flow 9.2 Meaning of thermal equilibrium and Zeroth law of thermodynamics. 9.3 Thermal equilibrium as a working principle of the mercury thermometer.|
|Thermal expansion||10.1 Linear expansion and its measurement 10.2 Cubical expansion, superficial expansion and its relation with linear expansion 10.3 Liquid Expansion: Absolute and apparent 10.4 Dulong and Petit method of determining expansivity of liquid|
|Quantity of heat||11.1 Newton’s law of cooling 11.|
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