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Mathamatical tools
  • 1A How to find Log
  • 1B How to find Antilog
  • 1C Multiplication of Number using log
  • 1D Division of two number using log
  • 1E How to find power using log
  • 1F How to find reciprocal using log
  • 1G Misc Sums using log
  • 1H Misc Sums using Log
  • 1I How to find values of trigonometric ratio
  • 1J How to find inverse of Trigonometric ratio
Rotational Dynamics
  • 1A Introduction to Circular motion
  • 1B Terms involved in circular motion
  • 1C Direction of angular displacement, Velocity and acceleration
  • 1D Relation between Linear and Angular term
  • 1E Angular Kinematics Equation
  • 1F Numericals based on kinematics equation
  • 1G Best Numerical from textbook
  • 1H Self Evaluation (MCQ)
  • 2A Acceleration in Circular Motion
  • 2B1 Characteristics of Circular Motion
  • 2B2 Centripetal Force and Centrifugal Force
  • 2C Basic Numericals on Centripetal Force (Type 2)
  • 2D Numerical based on Tension in string (Type 3)
  • 2E Numerical based on Coin on a rotating disc (Type 4)
  • 2F Self evaluation ( Part 2)
  • 3A Maximum Velocity on Horiz0ntal curve Road (Type 5)
  • 3B Concept of banking
  • 3C Derivation of Speed limit for banking of road
  • 3D Numerical on Banking of road (Type 6)
  • 3E Concept of Death well (Type 7) ( Reduce Syllabus)
  • 4A Concept of Conical Pendulum
  • 4B Numerical on Conical Pendulum
  • Self Assessment 3 and 4
  • 5A Vertical Circular Motion
  • 5B Concept of VCM
  • 5C Numerical on VCM
  • 5D Textbook sum 1.6
  • 5E Mass tied to a rod
  • 5F Bucket wala Concept (Type 10)
  • 5G Convex Bridge (Type 11)
  • 5H Sphere of death (Type 12) ( Reduced Syllabus)
  • Self Assessment 5
  • 6A Moment of Inertia
  • 6B Radius of gyration
  • 6C Concept of torque
  • 6D Concept of Angular Momentum
  • 6E Derivation for K.E , Torque and Angular Momentum
  • 7A Parallel Axis Theorem
  • 7B Perpendicular axis theorem
  • 8A M.I of Ring
  • 8B Derivation of M.I of Disc
  • 8C M.I of Disc
  • 8D M.I of Rod and cylinder
  • 8E M.I of Sphere
  • 8F M.I of different bodies
  • 9A Numerical on M.I
  • 9B Numerical on K.E
  • 9C Numerical on angular momentum
  • 9D Numerical on Torque
  • 9E Textbook Numericals
  • 10 A Law of Conservation of angular momentum
  • 10 B Numerical on Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum
Mechanical Properties of fluid
  • 1A Introduction to fluids
  • 1B Concept of pressure
  • 1C Application of pressure
  • 1D Pressure exerted by liquid column
  • 1E Atmospheric Pressure
  • 1F Absolute pressure and Gauge Pressure
  • 1G Hydrostatic paradox
  • 2A Pascal Law
  • 2B Hydraulic Lift
  • 2C Hydraulic Brakes
  • 3A Intoduction to Surface tension
  • 3B Surface tension on the basis of Molecular Theory
  • 3C Surface tension and Surface energy
  • 3D Numerical on Surface Tension (Type 1)
  • 3E Bubble Wale Sums (Type 2)Bubble Wale Sums (Type 2)
  • 3F Dropletes wale Sums (Type 3)
  • 4A Intoduction to angle of contact
  • 4B Explanation of angle of contact
  • Self Assessment 1
  • 5A Shape of a liquid drop
  • 5B Pressure difference
  • 5C Excess of pressure ( Derivation)
  • 5D Numerical on excess of pressure
  • Self Assessment 2
  • 6A Concept of capillary tube
  • 6B Derivation of capillary rise
  • 6C Numericals on Capillary rise
  • 6D Factors effecting ST
  • Self Assessment 3
  • 7A Introduction to Hydrodynamics
  • 7B Streamline flow and turbulent flow
  • 7C Concept of Viscosity
  • 7D Strokes Law
  • 7E Terminal Velocity
  • 7F Reynold Number
  • 7G Numericals on Viscosity
Kinetic theory of gases and radiation
  • 1A Basic of Gas Laws
  • 1B Ideal Gas Equation
  • 1C Numerical based on Ideal Gas Equation
  • 1D Self Assessment 1
  • 2A Pressure exerted by gas
  • 2B RMS Velocity
  • 2C Numerical based on Pressure (Type 2)
  • 2D Numerical based on rms Velocity (Type 3)
  • Self Assessment 2
  • 3A K.E of Gas
  • 3B Numerical based on K.E of gas
  • 3C Boyles Law
  • Self Assessment 3
  • 4A Specific heat
  • 4B Law of Thermodynamics
  • 4C Mayers Relation
  • 4D Numerical based on Mayers relation
  • 5A Introduction to Radiation
  • 5B Thermal Coefficient
  • 5C Types of bodies
  • 5D Emissive Power
  • 5E Numerical on Emissive Power
  • 6A Kirchhoff's Law of radiation
  • 6B Black body Spectrum
  • 6C Stefan Boltzmann Constant
  • 6D Numericals based on Weins Displacement Law
  • 6E Numerical on Stefan Law
  • Self assessment 4
  • Self assessment 5
  • 1A Introduction to Thermodynamics
  • 1B Terms in Thermodynamics
  • 1C Thermal Equillibrium
  • 1D Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
  • 2A Internal Energy
  • 2B Heat
  • 2C Change in Internal Energy
  • 2D Positive and Negative work
  • 2E Derivation for work done
  • 2F First Law of Thermodynamics
  • 2G Positive and Negative internal Energy
  • 2H Numerical on work done (Type 1)
  • 2I Numerical on First law of thermodynamics (Type 2)
  • Self Assessment
  • 3A Thermodynamics state variable
  • 3B Thermodynamics Equilibrium
  • 3C Equation of State
  • 3D Indicator diagram
  • 3E Numerical based on indicator diagram
  • 3F Heat transferred to System
  • 4A Thermodynamics Process
  • 4B Isothermal Process
  • 4C Numerical based on Isothermal Process
  • 4D Isobaric Process
  • 4E Numerical based on Isobaric Process
  • 4F Isobaric Process
  • 4G Adiabatic Process
  • 4H Numerical based on adiabatic process
  • 1A Difference between Oscillation and SHM
  • 1B Define Linear SHM
  • 1C Differential equation of linear SHM
  • 1D Acceleration in SHM
  • 1E Velocity in SHM
  • 1F Displacement in SHM
  • 1G Formula in SHM
  • 1H Numerical based on Basic SHM
  • Self Assessment 1
  • 2A UCM and SHM
  • 2B Phase and Epoch of SHM
  • 2C Numericals on displacement (Type 2)
  • 2D Numerical on Phase ( Type 3 )
  • Self Assessment 2
  • 3A Composition of two SHM
  • 3B Numerical based on Composition of two SHM
  • 4A Energy of S.H.M.
  • 4B Graph of K.E and P.E.
  • 4C Numericals Based on Energy
  • Self Assessment 3 and 4
  • 5A Simple Pendulam
  • 5B Seconds Pendulam
  • 5C Numerical based on Simple Pendulum
  • Self Assessment 5
Superposition of waves
  • 1A Defination of waves
  • 1B Classification of wave
  • 1C Transverse and Longitudinal Wave
  • 1D Terms involved in waves
  • Self Assessment 1
  • 2A Progression Wave
  • 2B Expression for Simple Harmonic Progression
  • 2C Numerical based on Equation of Wave
  • 2D Numerical based on phase Difference
  • Self Assessment 2
  • 3A Principle of Superposition of Waves
  • 3B Derivation for Resultant Amplitude
  • 3C Numerical based on Superposition Position
  • 4A Introduction to Stationary Wave
  • 4B Derivation for stationary waves
  • 4C Numerical based on stationary waves
  • Self Assessment 3,4
  • 5A Velocity of Transverse wave in string
  • 5B Vibrating of Strings
  • 5C Laws of Vibrating String
  • 5D Numerical based on vibration of strings
  • Self Assessment 5
  • 6A Sonometer
  • 6B Verify laws of vibrating string by sonometer
  • 6C Numerical based on sonometer
  • Self Assessment 6
  • 7A Closed Organ Pipe
  • 7B Open Organ Pipe
  • 7C End Correction
  • 7D Formulae used in Vibration of air
  • 7E Numerical based on vibration of air column
  • Self Assessment 7
  • 8A Introduction of beats
  • 8B Analytical treatment of beats
  • 8C Velocity of sound in air (Type 1)
  • 8D Type-2 Series of tuning fork
  • 8E Type-3 sonometer and beats
  • Self Assessment 8
Wave Optics
  • 1A Huygens's wave theory of light
  • 1B Sources of Light
  • 1C Concept of Wavefront
  • 1D Spherical and plane wavefront
  • 1E Proof of law of reflection
  • Self Assessment 1
  • 2A Introduction of Interference
  • 2B Constructive and Destructive Interference
  • 2C Coherent sources
  • 2D Steady Interference pattern
  • Self Assessment 2
  • 3A Young's Double Slit Experiment
  • 3B Theory of interference band
  • 3C Optical Path
  • 3D Multiple colours on thin film of floating on water
  • 3E Intensity Distribution.
  • 3F Numerical on intensity
  • 3G Numerical on Nature of Light
  • Self Assessment 3
  • 4A Biprism Experiment
  • 4B Numerical on Change in fringe width
  • 4C Numerical on distance between fringes
  • 4D Numerical based on convex lens
  • 4E Numerical based on bands coincide on same point
  • 4F Numerical based on angular fringe width
  • Self Assessment 4
  • 5A Diffraction of light
  • 5B Diffraction pattern
  • 5C Experimental Setup of Fraunhofer diffraction
  • 5D Fraunhofer diffraction
  • 5E Width of central Maxima
  • 5F Numerical on Diffraction of light
  • Self Assessment 5
  • 1A What is Charge ? ( Recap 11std)
  • 1B Coulombs Law( Recap 11std)
  • 1C Dielectric Constant ( Recap 11std)
  • 1D Concept of electric field ( Recap 11std)
  • 1E Uniform electric field ( Recap 11std)
  • 1F Lines of force( Recap 11std)
  • 1G Electric flux( Recap 11std)
  • 1H Charge distribution ( Recap 11std)
  • 1I Gauss Theorem ( Recap 11std)
  • 2A Electric field due to charged conducting sphere
  • 2B Electric field due to infinitely long straight wire
  • 2C Electric field due to infinitely plane Sheet
  • 2D Numerical based on applications of Gauss theorem
  • 3A Electrostatic P.E
  • 3B1 Derivation for Electrostatic P.E
  • 3B2 Units of P.E
  • 3C Concept of Electric Potential
  • 3D Relation between Electric potential and Electric Intensity
  • 3E Derivation of Electric Potential due to point charge
  • 3F Concept of Electric dipole
  • 3G Derivation for Electric Dipole
  • 3H Electric Potential due to system of Charges
  • 3I Numerical based on work done
  • 3J Liquid drop wale numerical
  • 3L Numerical on Electric Potential due to point charge
  • 3M Numerical on Potential due to electric dipole
  • 4A P.E due to system of Charges
  • 4B P.E due to system of charges in external electric field
  • 4C Numerical based on P.E due to system of charges
  • 4D P.E of Electric dipole
  • 4E Sums on P.E of Electric dipole
  • 5A Dielectric
  • 5B Polarisation of electric dipole
  • 6A What is Capacitors ?
  • 6B Unit of Capacitance
  • 6C Principle of Parallel Plate Capacitors
  • 6D Expression for Capacitance of Parallel Plate Capacitors
  • 6E Capacitance of parallel plate using dielectric
  • 6F Numerical based on capacitance of parallel plate capacitor
  • 7A Capacitors in Series
  • 7B Capacitors in parallel
  • 7C Numerical on Capacitors in Series and Parallel
  • 7D Energy of Capacitors
  • 7E Numerical on Energy of Capacitors
Current Electricity
  • 1A Kirchhoff's Current law
  • 1B Basic of P.D. and EMF
  • 1C Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
  • 1D Avoid Mistake in KCL and KVL
  • 1E Numerical based on KCL and KVL
  • 2A Wheatstone Network
  • 2B Balancing condition for Wheatstone Network
  • 2C Numerical on wheatstone network
  • 2D Best Numerical from Textbook
  • 3A Wheatstone Meterbridge Experiment
  • 3B Kelvins Method
  • 3C Numerical based on Wheatstone meterbridge
  • 4A Working Principle of Potentiometer
  • 4B working principle in short (Only practical explanation)
  • 4C Compare EMF of two cells ( Individual cell method)
  • 4D Compare Emf of two cells ( Sum and difference method)
  • 4E Find Internal resistance using Potentiometer
  • 4F Application of Potentiometer
  • 4G Advantages of Potentiometer over voltmeter
  • 4H Numerical on Potentiometer
  • 4I Textbook Numerical on Potentiometer
  • 5A MCG ( Casual Explanation)
  • 5C Voltmeter
  • 5D Numerical based on Ammeter and Voltmeter
Magnetic effect of current
  • 1A Force acting on charge in magnetic field
  • 1B lorentz force
  • 1C Unit and dimension of magnetic field
  • 1D Concept of direction of force
  • 1E Numerical based on force acting on charge
  • 2A Force acting on a straight conductor in magnetic field
  • 2B Force acting on a conductor in arbitrarily shaped wire
  • 2C Force acting on a closed circuit in a magnetic field
  • 2D Concept of force acting on a conductor in B
  • 2E Numerical based on force acting on conductor in B
  • 3A Torque acting on a current loop ( Part A)
  • 3B Torque acting on a current loop ( Part B )
  • 3C Construction of MCG
  • 3D Working Principle of MCG
  • 3E Numerical based on MCG
  • 3F Torque in terms of magnetic dipole moment
  • 4A Biot Savarts Law
  • 4B Vector Form of Biot Savart Law
  • 4C Magnetic field at any point due to infinitely long straight conductor
  • 4D Numerical based on B due to infinitely long straight conductor
  • 4E Force between two long parallel wires carrying current
  • 4F Numerical based on B due to infinitely long straight conductor
  • 5A Magnetic field due to current in circular arc
  • 5B Numerical based on circular arc carrying current
  • 5C Axial magnetic field produced by current in circular loop
  • 5D Numerical based on B at centre of circular coil
  • 6A Ampere circuit law
  • 6B What is Solenoid
  • 6C Magnetic field along the axis of Solenoid
  • 6D Magnetic field along the axis of toroid
  • 6E Numerical on Solenoid and Toroid
Magnetic Material
  • 1A Origin of Magnetism
  • 1B Gyromagnetic Ratio
  • 1C Bohr Magneton
  • 1D Numerical on Orbital Magnetic Moment
  • 2A Relation between terms in Magnetic field
  • 2B Numerical based on Magnetic Material
  • 2C Textbook Numerical based on Magnetic Material
  • Self Evaluation
Electromagnetic induction
  • 1A Manetic Flux
  • 1B Change in Magnetic Flux
  • 1C Faraday's Law of EMI
  • 1D Lenz's Law
  • 1E Numerical based on Faraday law
  • 2A Motional EMF
  • 2B Motional EMF ( Concept)
  • 2C Rod rotating in a uniform magnetic field
  • 2D Numerical based on motional EMF
  • 3A Induction and Energy Transfere
  • 3B Self Inductance
  • 3C Self inductance per unit length
  • 3D Numerical based on self inductance
  • 4A Energy stored in magnetic field
  • 4B Mutual Inductance
  • 4C Numerical based on Mutual Inductance
  • 4D Transformer
  • 4E Numerical based on Transformer
Alternating Current
  • 1A Understanding Ac
  • 1B Average Value of AC
  • 1C RMS value of AC
  • 1D Numerical based on RMS Value
  • 2A Pure R Circuit
  • 2B Pure L circuit
  • 2C Pure C circuit
  • 2D LCR Series Circuit
  • 2E Series resonating Circuit
  • 2F Parallel Resonating Circuit
  • 2G Formulae in AC Circuit
  • 2H Numerical based on AC Circuit
  • 2I Numerical based on Resonating Circuit
Dual Nature of matter and radiation
  • 1A Planck's Quantum Theory
  • 1B Experimental Set up of Photoelectric effect
  • 1C Effect of frequency
  • 1D Effect of Intensity
  • 1E Effect of P.D
  • 1F Characteristics of Photoelectric effect
  • 2A Einstein's Equation
  • 2B Characteristics on the basis of Einstein's Equation
  • 2C Stopping Potential is inversely proportional to wavelength
  • 2D Sums on energy of photon
  • 2E Numerical on work Function
  • 2F Numerical based on Einstein Equation
  • 2G Numerical based on Stopping Potential
  • 3A deBroglie's Hypothesis
  • 3B Wavelength of electron
  • 3C Numerical based on matter wave
Structure of Atoms and Nuclei
  • 1A Drawbacks of Rutherford Atomic Model
  • 1B Bohrs Postulate
  • 1C Radius of Bohr Orbit
  • 1D Angular velocity of electron in Bohr Orbit
  • 1E Numerical based on derivation on Bohr postulate
  • 2A Energy of Electron in Bohr Orbit
  • 2B Term related to energy
  • 2C Numerical based on energy of Bohr Orbit
  • 2D Derivation of Wave Number
  • 2E Hydrogen Spectrum
  • 2F Numerical on hydrogen spectrum
  • 3A Law of Radioactive decay
  • 3B Half Life
  • 3C Concept of Activity
  • 3D Average Life/ Mean Life
Semiconductor Devices
  • 1A Recap 11 std ( Intrinsic Semiconductor)
  • 1B Recap 11 Std ( Extrinsic Semiconductor)
  • 1C Recap 11 Std ( PN Junction diode )
  • 2A Half Wave Rectifier
  • 2B Full wave rectifier
  • 2C Ripple Factor
  • 2D Filter Circuit
  • 2E Block diagram of Rectifier
  • 3A Photodiode
  • 3B Construction of Solar Cell
  • 3C Working of Solar Cell
  • 3D LED
  • 4A Introduction to transistor
  • 4B Working of Transistor
  • 4C Current Gain
  • 4D Transistor as an amplifier
  • 4E Logic Gates
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