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Launching a Friendly Physics Website for Teachers & students
With the number of posts in the blog growing, the search for relevant content became difficult.In order to make the content well arranged & user friendly, we are launching a website:
It classifies as well as clubs the posts pertaining to a particular unit in a single site.
This will facilitate learning & make it enjoyable.
Some special features of the site are:
- Well defined menu
- Classification of content (Unitwise)
- Different sections like Videos, notes, assignments etc.
- Solved CBSE Physics papers
- Sample papers for practice
- MCQs for Conceptual Clarity
- Tips & Tricks for Low & High achievers
- A special section on TECHNOLOGY AIDED TEACHING (TAT) to empower the teachers in classroom interactions
In order to help you reinforce learning & to give you some practice in understanding & mastering the technique of problem solving, here are a few MCQs from the unit Kinematics. The series will be continued to include more questions in this unit and to cover other units.
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With half yearly exams approaching,here is a sample paper for practice for CBSE students of Class 11. The problems are based on Physics for XI Vol I.
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- the twisting liquid which evaporates depending on the wind and weather, the reflection in the glass; and our imagination adds atoms.
- a distillation of the earth’s rocks, and in its composition we see the secrets of the universe’s age, and the evolution of stars.
- a strange array of chemicals in the wine? How did they come to be?
- the ferments, the enzymes, the substrates, and the products.There in wine is found the great generalization; all life is fermentation.
No thinking! No Science!
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The present video is in continuation with a new series for CBSE, ICSE & K-12 Physics students on the unit Work, Power & Energy. The topic covered is Types of Collisions.
Click below to watch Work, Power & Energy-VIII.
The present video is in continuation with a new series for CBSE, ICSE & K-12 Physics students on the unit Work, Power & Energy. The topic covered is Relation between Momentum & Kinetic energy.
Click below to watch Work, Power & Energy-VII.
The present video is in continuation with a new series for CBSE, ICSE & K-12 Physics students on the unit Work, Power & Energy. The topics covered are Power & Numerical example based on definition of power.
Click below to watch Work, Power & Energy-IV