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Saturday, 8 March 2014

TIME TABLE 
XI SCIENCE

ANNUAL PRACTICAL EXAMINATION 
MARCH - 2014


SUBJECT: PHYSICS


DATE
TIME
ROLL NO.
20/03/2014
9 AM
601-637
12 Noon
638-673
3PM
674-714
21/03/2014
9 AM
751-792
12 Noon
793-833
3PM
834-871
22/03/2014
9 AM
901-937
12 Noon
938-975
3PM
976-1016

Note:
               1] Students must report 20 minutes before the examination.
                   2] Students must carry Journal and I - card.
                   3] Students must get their Journals certified before 20th March.

Thursday, 13 February 2014

FYJC Science - Std XI - Syllabus for Physics Annual Exam - 2014

FYJC Science (Std XI)

Syllabus for Annual Exam in Physics - 2014

Duration: 3 hours

Marks: 70

Measurements:


1)     Units of various physical quantities
2)     Dimensions of various quantities


Scalars and Vectors:


1)     Parallelogram law of vector addition
2)     Scalar Product of two vectors
3)     Vector Product of two vectors
4)     Problems


Projectile Motion:


1)     Definitions of uniform velocity, average velocity, instantaneous velocity, accelerated motion, projectile, angle of projection, and trajectory.
2)     Range of a projectile
3)     Maximum height reached by a projectile
4)     Velocity-time graphs
5)     Problems based on projectile height, time of flight and horizontal range.


Force


1)     Definition of inertia, real force and pseudo force.
2)     Law of conservation of linear momentum
3)     Definition of elastic and inelastic collisions
4)     Problems


Sound Waves:


1)     Progressive waves.
2)     Transverse waves.
3)     Longitudinal waves.
4)     Characteristics of all waves.
5)     Relation between velocity wavelength and frequency.
6)     Newton’s formula.
7)     Laplace’s correction.
 8)  Problems.


Thermal Expansion
1)     Definitions: Ice point, Boiling Point Steam point, Coefficient of linear. Expansion, superficial expansion, cubical expansion, Principal and Molar. specific heat. Latent heat of fusion and vaporization.
2)      Derivations of coefficients of linear expansion superficial expansion and. cubical expansion.
3)     Triple point of water.
4)     Newton’s Law of cooling.
5)     Problems.

Friction in Solid and Liquids


1)     Types of friction.
2)     Laws of static friction.
3)     Laws of kinetic friction.


Current Electricity


1) Ohm’s law
2) Resistance
3) Specific resistance
4) Temperature dependence of resistance
5) Thermistor
6) Colour code for resistor
7) EMF and internal resistance of cell
8) Work done by electric current
9) Power in electric circuit
     10) Problems



Electrostatics


1) Frictional electricity
2) Charges and their conservation
3) Coulomb’s law and dielectric constant
4) Superposition principle of forces
5) Concept of charge density
6) Electric field intensity due to a point charge
7) Electric lines of force
8) Electric dipole and dipole moment
9) Electric potential difference
10) Equipotential surface
11) Volt and electron-Volt
12) Electric flux and flux density
13) Problems



Magnetic effect of electric current


1) Biot Savart’s law (laplace’s law)
2) Right Hand thumb Rule
3) Magnetic induction at the centre of a circular coil
4) Force acting on a conductor carrying current in a magnetic field
5) Fleming’s left hand rule



Refraction of light
1) Laws of refraction of light
2) Prism formula

Ray optics


1) Definitions
2) Mirror equation
3) Refraction at a single spherical surface
4) Compound microscope
5) Telescope
6) Problems


Magnetism
1) Lines of force
2) Magnetic dipole moment
3)Torque  acting on a magnet in a magnetic field
4) Problems

Monday, 13 January 2014

S Y J C 

Physics Preliminary Practical Examination

January 2014

Physics Practical Preliminary examination will be conducted from Jan 22, 2014.

Complete timetable for the exam is displayed on the Physics department notice board.


SYJC Science 

2013 - 14

Physics Practicals

Revision Practicals in Physics will be conducted as per the following schedule:

Students must bring their completed Journals for final certification.

Minimum no of practicals that must have been performed and written in the Journal:
               12 Main experiments 
                8 Activity experiments
                2 Demonstration experiments
Total:     22 


     Date             Prof                     Time                              Roll Nos

Jan 17, 2014    SDJ, MRS     1.30 PM - 3.30 PM           Roll No 1251 - 1305
Jan 17, 2014    SKS, MRS    3.30 PM - 5.30 PM           Roll No  1306 - 1360

Jan 18, 2014    SDJ, MRS    1.30 PM - 3.30 PM           Roll No 1401 - 1450
Jan 18, 2014    BDS, MNT   3.30 PM - 5.30 PM           Roll No 1451 - 1510

Jan 20, 2014    BDS, MNT   1.30 PM - 3.30 PM           Roll No 1101 - 1155
Jan 20, 2014    BDS, MNT   3.30 PM - 5.30 PM           Roll No 1156 - 1202

Jan 29, 2014    SDJ, MRS    10 PM - 1.00 PM              Roll No 1251 - 1305
Jan 29, 2014    SKS, MRS   2.00 PM - 5.00 PM            Roll No  1306 - 1360

Jan 30, 2014    SDJ, MRS     10 PM - 1.00 PM             Roll No 1401 - 1450
Jan 30, 2014    BDS, MNT    2.00 PM - 5.00 PM          Roll No 1451 - 1510

Jan 31, 2014    BDS, MNT   10 PM - 1.00 PM             Roll No 1101 - 1155
Jan 31, 2014    BDS, MNT   2.00 PM - 5.00 PM          Roll No 1156 - 1202

Journal Certification MUST be completed on the above days.

Saturday, 14 December 2013

FYJC Science - ReTest for Physics MCQ Test

F.Y.J.C. Science

ReTest for Physics MCQ

The ReTest for Physics MCQ (Term 1) will be held on Fri Dec 20, 2013 at 11 AM in Physics department.

Those students who were absent for the First MCQ Test in Term 1, must attend the MCQ test. This Test is of 25 marks and these marks are counted for the overall result.

This is the LAST opportunity for students who missed the MCQ Test in Term 1.



Friday, 6 December 2013

SYJC Physics Practical - Melde's Experiment ( Demonstration Expt)

MELDE'S EXPERIMENT

Aim: To demonstrate the formation of stationary waves and verify that the number of loops in perpendicular position is twice the number of loops in the parallel position, if length of string and mass are kept constant.

Apparatus: A tuning fork, a thin light string, a pulley, weight box, rubber hammer, meter scale and retort stand.

Diagram:

Parallel Position


Perpendicular Position


Observations:

g = 980 CGS units

Parallel Position:
1. Mass of the pan (m1)  = 1 gm
2. Mass in the pan (m2) = ______ gm
3. Total mass m = m1 + m2 = _________ gm
4. Length of the string (L) = __________ cm
5. No of loops (p) = _______
6. Length of each loop ( = L/p) = ________ cm
7. Tension in the string T = mg = ________ dynes
8. p2T = ______

Perpendicular Position:
1. Mass of the pan (m1)  = 1 gm
2. Mass in the pan (m2) = ______ gm
3. Total mass m = m1 + m2 = _________ gm
4. Length of the string (L) = __________ cm
5. No of loops (p) = _______
6. Length of each loop ( = L/p) = ________ cm
7. Tension in the string T = mg = ________ dynes
8. p2T = ______


Result:
We conclude from above that the number of loops in perpendicular position is twice the number of loops in parallel position.