NEB Physics – Syllabus / Course

Grade – XI

Full Marks 100

Teaching hours 150

Unit – 1:  Mechanics                                        45 Teaching hours

a)           Measurement – Measurement of physical quantity

b)           Scalars and Vector

c)           Kinematics

d)           Laws of motion

e)           Work, energy, power

f)            Circular Motion

g)           Gravitation

h)           Simple Harmonic Motion

i)            Introduction to rotational Dynamics – Moment of Inention

j)            Hydrostatics

Unit –2 :  Heat                                                   30 Teaching hours

a)           Temperature – Temperature and heat

b)           Expansion – linear expansion : cubical expansion and their rotation

c)           Heat capacity

d)           Latent heat

e)           Gases

f)            Kinetic theory of gas

g)           Hygrometry

h)           Transfer of heat

Unit – 3: Optics                                                         22 Teaching hours

a)           Propagation of light

b)           Photometry

c)           Reflection at plane  surfaces

d)           Reflection at curved mirror

e)           Refraction at plane surfaces

f)            Refraction through prisms

g)           Lenses

h)           Dispersion

Unit – 4:  Magnetism          15 teaching hours

a)           Basic concepts of magnetism

b)           Magnetometers

c)           Terrestrial magnetism

Unit –  5:    Electrostatics                             15 teaching hours

a)           Fundamental electrostatics phenomena

b)           Electrostatic Field

c)           Capacitors

Unit – 6:   Current Electricity              23 teaching hours

a)           D.C. circuit

b)           Heat and power

c)           Electrical circuits

d)           Thermoelectric effect

e)           Chemical effect of current

Grade – XII

Full Marks 100

Teaching hours 150

Unit – 1:         Properties of Matter               15 Teaching hours

–             Elastic nature of matter

–             Surface Tension

–             Viscosity

Unit – 2:              Thermodynamics                          15 Teaching hours

–             First law of Thermodynamics

–             Second law of Thermodynamics

–             Heat engines

Unit – 3:              Waves and Sound                         15 Teaching hours

–             Types of oscillations

–             Sound waves

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–             Characteristic of sound waves

–             Waves in pipes and string

Unit – 4:         Optics                                              15 Teaching hours                                                    

–             Optical instruments

–             Wave theory of light

–             Interference

–             Diffraction

–             Polarisation

Unit – 5:        Magnetic effect of current          15 Teaching hours                                                    

–             Magnetic effect of current

–             Electromagnetic induction

–             A.L. circuits

Unit – 6:              Modern physics

–             Electron and motion in field

–             Thermionic emission

–             Crystal Structure

–             Semi conductor

–             Photo electricity

–             X-rays

–             Nucleus

–             Radioactivity

–             Nuclear energy

–             Elementary particles

–             Universe

Unit – 7:      Physics and society                 15 Teaching hours                        –             Introduction

–             Energy

–             Pollution

–             Radiation

–             Physics and development

Prescribed Text Book XI & XII

1.           Certificate level Physics – U.P. Shrestha – Ratna Pustak Bhandar, Kathmandu, Nepal

2.         Robert L. Weber , Manning, Weggard- College Physics – Tata- Mc Graw Hill

3.           Shrestha, UP,. Baral, Dr. K.N., Amatya, K.G., Shretha., Rakesh Fundamentals of Basic Physics for PCL +2 level, Part I & II

4.           Advanced level Physics – Nelkan and Parker 5th edition

5..          Abott – ‘A’ level Physics

6.           Fredrick J. Buche – College Physics – 8th edition

7.           Keith Gibbs – Advanced Physics – CUP

Reference Book:

1.           Reas, W.G., Physics by exampler, 200 problems and solution, CVP 1994.

2.           Rowell, Gilbert and Sudney Hert, Physics, CUP, 1987.

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