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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
The examination season has begun. The first crucial stage of C.B.S.E examination i.e.the practicals must be over by now. I hope you would have done well in the same.
Now is the right time to focus on the preparation for the theory examination.
I would suggest a two-pronged strategy, chapter-wise preparation & revision through CBSE paper.
Revise each unit carefully followed by written practice of the concepts and previous year CBSE problems.
For your benefit, I am posting some important revision problems in Unit I : Electrostatics as under.
Problems from other units will be posted subsequently.
Along with unit-wise revision, it is advisable to go through one paper a day. You will find quite a few solved papers in this blog. I would suggest you to start with 5 marks questions first as these questions are generally direct and often repeated. Go through the questions very carefully and try to analyse the language of the same. A question is well-read if you clearly understand as to what has been asked & more importantly what has not been asked.
Beginning now in right earnest and continuous effort will help you perform well in the board exams.
Feel free to write to me for any queries you may have.
With the number of posts in the blog growing, I revisited the posts and decided to classify & club the posts pertaining to a unit in a single post. This will facilitate learning & make it enjoyable. The first post clubbed the information about the unit on Electrostatics followed by a few other units: Current Electricity; Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation & Wave Optics.
In continuation thereof; here is a post with All the CBSE Papers…. clubbed for you…..
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PHYSICS SAMPLE PAPER 2015 Examination
PHYSICS SAMPLE PAPER 2014 Examination
Important topics covered: Transistor Characteristics, Zener diode as a Voltage regulator, Intrinsic & Impurity semiconductors, Diffraction at a single slit, Lens Makers’ Formula, Brewster’s law, Mutual inductance, Series LCR Circuit, Meter bridge, Compound Microscope, Refracting & reflecting type telescope, Radioactive Decay Law, Alpha particle scattering, Energy stored in a capacitor, Compound microscope.
AI 2012 (Solved)
Important topics covered: Interference of light; Polarisation by reflection; Magnetic dipole moment of a current carrying coil; Conversion of galvanometer to ammeter and voltmeter; Relation between current and drift velocity; Equation for photo-electric effect; Energy stored in a capacitor; Reflecting type telescope; Work done in rotating an electric dipole in electric field.
Delhi -2012 (Solved)
Important topics covered: Interference of light (need of coherent sources); Diffraction of light; Full wave rectifier; transistor amplifier; Van de graaff generator; Field due to a large flat sheet of charge using Gauss theorem; Need of modulation; nuclear density; Bohr’s theory; Energy stored in an inductor; Analog and digital signals; transducer; repeater in communication system.
All India-2011 (Solved)
Important topics covered: Interference, Diffraction, AC generator, Moving Coil Galvanometer, Solenoid, Toroid, Full Wave Rectifier, Binding Energy curve, Displacement Current, Force between Current carrying conductors.
Important topics covered: Young’s Double slit Experiment, Laws of Refraction (Huygen Principle), Polarisation of Light, Lens Makers’ Formula, Prism Formula, Total Internal Reflection, Magnification by Spherical Mirror, Cyclotron, Biot Savart Law, Transfomer, Series LCR Circuit Propagation of EM Waves, Radioactive Decay Law, Drift velocity, Gauss Theorem, Zener diode as a Voltage regulator.
AII India- 2010 (Solved)
Important Topics Covered: Moving Coil Galvanometer: its conversion to ammeter and voltmeter, Transformer, Faraday’s laws,LED, pn junction characteristics, Telescope,Microscope.
Important Topics Covered: Transistor as an Oscillator, Difference between Conductors, Insulators & Semiconductors, Diffraction at a single slit, Compound miroscope, Series LCR Circuit, Potentiometer, Photo diode, Radioactive Decay Law, Energy stored in a capacitor
Model Answers to March 2014 Physics Question paper by CBSE Candidate
The C B S E has put the model answers to the questions asked in the previous year 2014 Physics paper by CBSE candidates on its website.
Here is the link to the Model Answers for your benefit.
Explore and Improve the way you attempt the problems.
In order to give you a clear idea of the type of questions asked in the CBSE examination and the model answers thereof, a few previous years CBSE papers will be posted.
The important topics covered in each paper will also be listed.
The fifth in the series is CBSE Physics (AI 2010) Paper.
The important topics covered in this paper are:
Moving Coil Galvanometer: its conversion to ammeter and voltmeter, Transformer, Faraday’s laws,LED, pn junction characteristics, Telescope,Microscope.
Go through the answers carefully.
Don’t forget the importance of written practice.
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