Physics |

01 Essential Mathematics |

| 01 | Trignomentry | 50 mins | |

| 02 | Differentiation | 57 mins | |

| 03 | Integration, Examples on Integration and Differentiation | 40 mins | |

02 Vectors |

| 01 | Classufication of Vector,Types of Vector, Representation of Vector: (A) Graphical Method (B) 2D Method | 59 mins | |

| 02 | 3D Method to represent a Vector,Unit Vector Method to represent a Vector, Coordinate mathod to represent a Vector | 57 mins | |

| 03 | Vector addition, vector subtraction | 36 mins | |

| 04 | Scalar & vector product | 52 mins | |

| 05 | Examples on vector, Alzebra | 33 mins | |

03 Error |

| 01 | “Error in Addition, Error in Subs traction , Error in multiplication , Error in division, Error in Power, Error in general Relation” | 14 mins | |

04 Unit and Dimension |

| 01 | Fundamental quantity and there units, Definition of dimensions, dimensional Formula | 20 mins | |

| 02 | Applications of dimensional analysis | 70 mins | |

| 03 | Limitations of dimensional analysis and errors | 79 mins | |

05 Friction |

| 01 | Lecture data not available | 57 mins | |

| 02 | Lecture data not available | 35 mins | |

06 Work Power Energy |

| 01 | Work done by a constant for completed, Work done by a variable fore continue | 75 mins | |

| 02 | Work done by variable force, Work energy theorem, considation force | 77 mins | |

| 03 | Nonconservative force, potential energy, principle of conservation of mechanical energy, Power | 62 mins | |

07 Laws of Conservation |

| 01 | Centre of Mass (sub points) | 46 mins | |

| 02 | Centre of mass (Last Part) | 50 mins | |

| 03 | Linear Momentum & Momentum Conservation Principle | 48 mins | |

| 04 | Question Based on linear momentum, Conservation principle & Collision starts | 49 mins | |

| 05 | Elastic-Inelastic collision, Newton’s Law of Collision, Perfectly elastic head on collision | 49 mins | |

| 06 | Perfectly elastic head- on collision, Inelastic head-on collision | 47 mins | |

| 07 | Perfectly inelastic head on collision & question on collision | 54 mins | |

| 08 | Oblique collision | 43 mins | |

| 09 | Oblique collision & Question | 44 mins | |

| 10 | Variable mass system, Rocket propulsion | 46 mins | |

| 11 | Impulse & Question based on centre of Mass | 52 mins | |

| 12 | Examples on conservation of liner momentum principle | 51 mins | |

| 13 | Examples on conservation of liner momentum & collision | 48 mins | |

08 Rotational Motion |

| 01 | Rotational motion (Moment of inertia) | 62 mins | |

| 02 | Rotational motion (Moment of inertia) | 34 mins | |

| 03 | Rotational motion (Moment of inertia + Torgue & Equilibrium) | 73 mins | |

| 04 | Rotational motion (Newton’s 2nd law in rotational motion & application) | 57 mins | |

| 05 | Rotational motion (Rotational kinetic energy & its application) | 58 mins | |

| 06 | Rotational motion (Basic idea of rolling motion) | 71 mins | |

| 07 | Rotational motion (Problem based on rolling motion on horizontal surface) | 60 mins | |

| 08 | Rotational motion (Rolling are the inclined surface) | 52 mins | |

| 09 | Rotational motion (Instantaneous centre of rotation & toppling | 53 mins | |

| 10 | Rotational motion (Angular momentum & its Conservation) | 43 mins | |

09 Simple Harmonic Motion |

| 01 | Definition of periodic motion, Oscillatory Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion, Force and acceleration in SHM, Velocity and acceleration in SHM as a function of displacement- from mean position. | 48 mins | |

| 02 | Equation of displacement from mean position, velocity and acceleration as a function of time. Phasor representation of SHM . Application of Phasor. | 17 mins | |

| 03 | Problems related to SHM | 47 mins | |

| 04 | Problems related to SHM (solution using Phasor method) | 51 mins | |

| 05 | SHM when mean position is not at (x=0),Nature of force for SHM(Restoring force),Potential energy, kinetic energy and Total energy in SHM .Plot b/w potential and kinetic energy as a function of x(displacement from mean position) | 53 mins | |

| 06 | K.E. and P.E. in SHM as function of time and their average over position and time | 42 mins | |

| 07 | SHM in mechanical system (Spring mass system), Problems | 41 mins | |

| 08 | Problems based on spring mass system. Simple pendulum. | 45 mins | |

| 09 | Simple pendulum in accelerated frame and problems, Compound pendulum & problems. Simple pendulum of length which is not negligible wrt radius of earth | 50 mins | |

| 10 | Problems based on angular SHM and rolling SHM. | 54 mins | |

| 11 | Problems based on angular SHM (Rolling SHM),Damped oscillation. | 46 mins | |

| 12 | Combining SHM & problems. | 51 mins | |

| 13 | Problems based on SHM. | 37 mins | |

10 Gravitation |

| 01 | “Newton’s Laws of Gravitation Motion of planets in circular orbit, formula for orbital speed & time period.” | 1 mins | |

| 02 | Energy of satellites in circular orbits, (PE, KE, TME,) and escape speed | 68 mins | |

| 03 | “Kepler’s laws, Concept of gravitation field, potential field & potential of sphencal uniform bodies” | 37 mins | |

| 04 | Relationship between E & V, Variation in g due to height, depth or rotation of earth | 62 mins | |

11 Properties of Matter |

| 01 | Elasticity, Stress, Strain, Definitions | 9 mins | |

| 02 | Young’s modulus of elasticity & examples | 47 mins | |

| 03 | Examples on young’s modulus | 44 mins | |

| 04 | Stress-Strain Curve, Thermal Stress,Bulk Modulus | 45 mins | |

| 05 | Bulk Modulus and examples on bulk Modulus | 47 mins | |

| 06 | Modulus of rigidity, Poisson Ratio, Energy stored in wire | 46 mins | |

| 07 | General discussion on elastic property of material & examples based on elasticity | 48 mins | |

| 08 | Elasticity ends, Viscosity starts, Few examples on viscosity | 48 mins | |

| 09 | Liquid flow through tube, Stokes’s Law, terminal velocity | 44 mins | |

| 10 | Stream line flow, Turbulent flow, Reynolds’s No., Surface Tension Starts | 47 mins | |

| 11 | Examples on Surface tension, Surface energy | 51 mins | |

| 12 | Surface energy cohesive-Adhesive forces, excess pressure | 49 mins | |

| 13 | Excess Pressure,exampels | 46 mins | |

| 14 | Contact angle,Capillarity | 47 mins | |

| 15 | Example on surface tansion | 49 mins | |

| 16 | Example on surface tansion | 27 mins | |

| 17 | Example on surface tansion and viscosity | 46 mins | |

12 NLM |

| 01 | Force & Fundamental forces weight contact force & tension instring | 47 mins | |

| 02 | Spring force & fre body diagram | 47 mins | |

| 03 | Free body diagram | 44 mins | |

| 04 | Inertial & noninertial treme | 38 mins | |

| 05 | Newton’s Laws , First Law, Second Law & third Law | 54 mins | |

| 06 | Equilibrium & problems based on Equilibrium | 44 mins | |

| 07 | Problems based on Equilibrium of the body | 44 mins | |

| 08 | Problems based on equilibrium of body & accelerating body | 56 mins | |

| 09 | Contrained Motion & string constrained Problems | 35 mins | |

| 10 | Problems based on string constrained | 45 mins | |

| 11 | Problems based on string constrained | 6 mins | |

| 12 | Problems based on string constrained , Pseudo Force | 34 mins | |

| 13 | Problems discused wing pseudo force | 45 mins | |

| 14 | Problems solved using pseudo force | 44 mins | |

| 15 | Problems based on Constrained motion where pseudo force in used in solution | 39 mins | |

| 16 | Problems based on wedge & string contrained | 44 mins | |

| 17 | Spring Problems & combination of spring , Problem based on massive string | 44 mins | |

| 18 | Problem based on string constrained & massive rope | 25 mins | |

13 Fluid Mechanics |

| 01 | “Fluid Mechanics – pressure, density, varation of pressure with ht. (when container is at rest and whenmoving with const. acces) Rotatation of versel” | 38 mins | |

| 02 | U bube, abroluto pressure and gange pressure, Instrument to measure pressure, force due to water on wall | 64 mins | |

| 03 | Pascal’s law, Archimedes principle, Floatation | 60 mins | |

| 04 | Fluid dymansics equation of continuty, Bernoulli’s equation, Application of Bernoulli’s equation | 24 mins | |

14 Genral Kinamatics |

| 01 | Introduction, Mechanics, Motion frame of reference, Position vector and path/trajectory | 6 mins | |

| 02 | Distance and Displacement | 41 mins | |

| 03 | Few problems based on distance and displacement, Defining Speed :- Average speed and Instantaneous Speed | 44 mins | |

| 04 | Speed (Avg. and instantaneous) its graphical interpretation on s-t curve. Problems | 34 mins | |

| 05 | Velocity :- Avg. velocity, Instantaneous Velocity | 30 mins | |

| 06 | Problems based on Avg. & Instantaneous velocity. Problem for uniform speed & uniform velocity, Motion with non uniform velocity, Problem for calculation of distance and displacement | 50 mins | |

| 07 | Graphical representation of velocity, Graphical representation of Displacement on Vx Vst, Vy Vst & Vz Vst curve. Definition of acceleration. | 33 mins | |

| 08 | Questions based on Avg. & instantaneous acceleration and. Tangential and Normal acceleration. | 50 mins | |

| 09 | Radius of curvature, Problame based on tangential acceleration, Normal acceleration & radious of curvature | 43 mins | |

| 10 | Graphical interpretation of acceleration, General problem based on velocity, Acceleration equation of trajectory | 43 mins | |

15 Motion in One Dimension |

| 01 | Motion with uniform acceleration, Types of motion: (i) 1 D Motion, (ii) 2 D Motion, (iii) 3 D Motion | 43 mins | |

| 02 | Motion in one dimension and few problem based on motion in one dimension | 52 mins | |

| 03 | Graphical interpretation of velocity | 39 mins | |

| 04 | Motion in one dimension problems based on graphical interpretation. (V-t curve, A-t curve and a-x curve) | 45 mins | |

| 05 | Rectilinear motion (1 D) with uniform velocity, Graphs, and motion with uniform acceleration. | 45 mins | |

| 06 | Displacement in nth second for 1D uniform acceleration motion, Graph in motion in one dimension. For const acceleration motion. | 50 mins | |

| 07 | Problems based on uniform acceleration & uniform velocity, 1 D motion related to graph | 44 mins | |

| 08 | Motion in one dimension under gravity. General Problems | 49 mins | |

| 09 | Problems based on 1D motion under gravity | 31 mins | |

16 Projectile Motion |

| 01 | Projectile Motion (Horizontal Projectile) | 51 mins | |

| 02 | Horizantol Projectile (Problems), Projectile from the ground surface (Time Flight),Range, Maximum height,Equation of Trajectory,Velocity and radius of curvature | 51 mins | |

| 03 | Projectile from ground (Some remarked points and problems) | 40 mins | |

| 04 | Problems on Projectile | 34 mins | |

| 05 | Projectile on inclined plane and problems | 44 mins | |

| 06 | Problem related to projectile on inclined plane | 45 mins | |

| 07 | Problems related to projectile motion | 33 mins | |

17 Relative Motion |

| 01 | Relative motion theory | 40 mins | |

| 02 | Problems on relative motion | 25 mins | |

| 03 | Problems on relative motion | 22 mins | |

| 04 | River problems | 36 mins | |

| 05 | Problems based on river swimmer/boat | 43 mins | |

| 06 | Rain vs man & wind problems | 45 mins | |

| 07 | Problems on relative motion | 26 mins | |

18 Circular Motion |

| 01 | Ratatinal kineuatics, acceleration in circular motion, uniform circular motion, circular motion in henizantal flane | 76 mins | |

| 02 | Vertical circular motion, dynamic of circular motion, Circular turning, banking of rood, rotor/death well | 70 mins | |

19 Electrostatics |

| 01 | Introduction, Charge & Coloumbs Law | 89 mins | |

| 02 | Application of Coloum’s Law, Superposition principal etc. | 80 mins | |

| 03 | Vector, ————— ELECTRIC FIELD MISSING ————– | 88 mins | |

| 04 | Potential due to point charge, Potential Difference, Potential Energy, Potential Energy of System of Charges | 82 mins | |

| 05 | “Elecreic Lines of Force, Tyes of Electric Field, Equipotential Surfaces, Relationship between Electric Field Intensity and Potential (for Uniform Electric Field)” | 1 mins | |

| 06 | “Relationship between E abd V(for non uniform Field), Motion of Charged particle in Electric Field (Fundamental Overview)” | 81 mins | |

| 07 | Electric Field and Potential due to infinitly long uniformly charge wire and its variant | 65 mins | |

| 08 | Electric Fiels & Potential due to circular arc and circular ring | 79 mins | |

| 09 | “Electric Field & Potential due to uniformly charged disk, E & V due to uniformly charged Hollow Sphere and Solid sphere” | 30 mins | |

| 10 | Derivation of E & V due to Solid Insulating uniformly charged sphere, Hollow sphere | 79 mins | |

| 11 | Illustration based on spheres, E & V due to Large Charged sheets, Illustration based on sheets | 87 mins | |

| 12 | Dipole, Dipole Moment, E & V due to Normal & Short Dipole, Derivation of E & V due to Dipole | 71 mins | |

| 13 | Dipole in External Electric Field (Uniform & Non-Uniform), Derivation of Force & Torque, Illustration based on Dipole in external field, Behaviour of Charged conductor | 89 mins | |

20 Gauss Law |

| 01 | Gauss Theorem, Application of Gauss Theorem – Determination of Flus, Determination of Charge Distribution and determination of electric field. Electric Field due to cylinder (Solid & Hollow) | 89 mins | |

21 Capacitance |

| 01 | Conductor & its Capacitance, Capacitance of Spherical Conductor, Energy of a Charged Conductor (Formule), Energy Density | 70 mins | |

| 02 | Derivation of Energy of Charged Conductor, Illustration to determine Energy of Conductor, Insulator, Difference between Self Energy & Interaction Energy, Redistribution of Charge between Conductors, Energy Loss, illustration on Redistribution of charge be | 69 mins | |

| 03 | Concept of Capacitor, Different types of capacitor, Formule for Capacitor, Determination of Capacitance, Parallel Plate Capacitor | 71 mins | |

| 04 | Combination of Capacitors, Series and Parallel Combination | 81 mins | |

| 05 | Examples of Series & Parallel Combination focusing to determination of Equivalent Capacitance, Wheat Stone Bridge | 81 mins | |

| 06 | Circuit Anlysis for Series & Parallel Combination, Kirchoff’s Laws | 84 mins | |

| 07 | Circuit Anlysis using Kirchoff’s Law, Calculation of Equivalent Capacitance using Kirchoff’s Law | 77 mins | |

| 08 | Circuit Analysis using Kirchoff’s 1st Law, Application of symmetry in electric circuit, Distribution of charge between two capacitors | 81 mins | |

| 09 | Derivation of redistribution of charge between two capacitor, Discussion on various possible profile of distribution of charge among capacitor without and with battery. | 78 mins | |

| 10 | Various Aspects Related to Parallel Plate Capacitor, Solution Technique for Problem Based on comparision of various quantities, Spherecial Capacitor, Cylindrical Capacitor | 66 mins | |

| 11 | Force on Dielectric Salab | 43 mins | |

22 Current Electricity |

| 01 | Current, Mechanism of Current Flow in Conductor, Drift Velocity, Relationship between current and Drift Velocity | 74 mins | |

| 02 | Ohm’s Law, Resistors, Factors afecting resisnace, Dependance of Resistance on length, Area and Temperature | 76 mins | |

| 03 | Effect of Temperature on resistance, resistivity, Series & Parallel Combination of Resistors, Examples based on series & parallel combination, symmetry in circuits | 82 mins | |

| 04 | Kirchoff’s Law & Application, Cell, Characteristics of Cell-Internal Resistance, EMF, Terminal Voltage | 71 mins | |

| 05 | Combination of Cells, Using combination of cells for Solving circuits | 77 mins | |

| 06 | Joule Heating, Bulbs, Combination of Bulbs | 76 mins | |

| 07 | Charging & Discharging of Capacitors – Derivation | 73 mins | |

| 08 | Questions based on charging & Discharging, and various types of RC circuits | 72 mins | |

| 09 | Galvanometer, Ammeter | 80 mins | |

| 10 | Voltmeter, Questions Based on Ammeter and Voltmeter, Meter Bridge | 74 mins | |

23 Magnetic Effects of Current |

| 01 | Introduction, Magnetic Field of Earth | 75 mins | |

| 02 | Orestead Experiment, Biot-Savart’s Law, Application of BSL, Magnetic field due to finite length of the wire | 61 mins | |

| 03 | Derivation of Magnetic Field due to finite length of wire, Various illustration explaining the application of Magnetic field due to finite length of the wire, B due to circular arc | 81 mins | |

| 04 | Magnetic effect due to current carrying coli, Derivation, application | 68 mins | |

| 05 | Magnetic Field due to Solenoid, Spiral, Biot-Savart’s Law for Moving Charge, Magnetic field due to charge moving along circle, B due to rotating charged ring, rotating charge disk | 73 mins | |

| 06 | Magnetic Force on moving charge, Special cases, motion of charged partilce along circular path in uniform Magnetic Field | 76 mins | |

| 07 | Helical Motion of Charged particle in uniform Magnetic field, Related examples | 80 mins | |

| 08 | General Techinique to solve problem based on motion of charged particle, Motion of particle in Magnetic and Electric field | 79 mins | |

| 09 | Motion of Cherged Particle in magnetic and electric field, Cyclodial Motion | 63 mins | |

| 10 | Magnetic Force on Current Carrying Conductor, Behaviour of current carring loop | 84 mins | |

| 11 | Magnetic Moment of the Current Carrying Loop, Current Carrying loop in external magnetic field, Magnetic Torque on loop | 84 mins | |

| 12 | Application of Magnetic Torque on current carrying loop, Ampere’s Law, Mahnetic field due to hollow and solid current carrying cylinder, determination of current distribution is B is known using ampere’s Law | 87 mins | |

24 EMI |

| 01 | Magnetic Flux | 57 mins | |

| 02 | Farady’s Laws of EMI, Lenz’s Rule to determine direction of current | 78 mins | |

| 03 | Determination of emf using lenz’s Rule, Methods of generating emf, induced emf by varying area (Flux Method) | 77 mins | |

| 04 | Motional emf, rsults asociated with various cases related to motional emf | 88 mins | |

| 05 | Examples based on motional emf, Energy Associated with motional emf, examples relatd to motion of conductor, Terminal Velocity | 81 mins | |

| 06 | Motional emf due to rotational motion of conductor, Question based on rotational motional emf | 90 mins | |

| 07 | Generating induced emf by varying angle between Area and Magnetic Field; Induced emf and induced Electric Field due to time varyin magnetic field. | 90 mins | |

| 08 | Application of generating induced emf by varying B (a) induced emf based applications (b) induced electric field based application | 90 mins | |

| 09 | Self Induction, Self Inductance, Determination of self inductance, Solution Technique for R-L Circuit | 89 mins | |

| 10 | R-L Series Circuits, Grwoth & Decay of current, Question based on RL circuits, Determination of current and induced emf immediately after an event in RL Circuits | 89 mins | |

| 11 | Combination of inductors, Mutual Induction, Mutula Inducatnace, Determination of Mutual Inductance, Transformer, Eddy Current | 89 mins | |

25 Alternating Current |

| 01 | Definition of AC, Various values of AC, various definitions related to AC | 89 mins | |

| 02 | Resistance, Reactance, Impedance in AC circuit, Solving AC circuits | 75 mins | |

| 03 | Various cases of circuits with AC input – When on Resistsance is in the circuit, when only Inductor coil is in circuit, when only capacitor is in the circuit, RL series, RC series and LC series circuit | 87 mins | |

| 04 | LCR Series Circuit, Measurement of AC, Power in AC (Instantaneous Power, Average Power, Apparent Power), Power Factor, Wattless current, Resonance in LCR series circuit | 93 mins | |

26 Calorimetric |

| 01 | Introduction, Specific Heat, Heat Capacity & Water Equivalent | 85 mins | |

| 02 | Latent Heat, Principle of Calorimetry, Mixture Problems | 83 mins | |

| 03 | Illustration of Calorimetry | 44 mins | |

27 Kinetic Theory of Gases |

| 01 | Assumptions of KTG, Different Types of Velocities, Volume & Pressure, Pressure Derivation | 89 mins | |

| 02 | Temperature of Gas, Gas Laws, Ideal Gas Law, Expressing pressure in various situation using concept of Hydrostatics | 92 mins | |

| 03 | Application of Gas Laws, Degree of Freedom, Equipartition of Energy, Internal Energy of Gas | 61 mins | |

28 Thermodynamics |

| 01 | Heat, Specific Heat of Gases, Cp, Cv, Adiabatic Coefficient of Gas & Mixture, Significance of Work in Theromoyanamics, Work done By Gas- Method1: Direct calculation, Method-2:Graphical Method | 64 mins | |

| 02 | Work Done by Gas – Method 3: Indirect Method, Method 4: Using first Law of Thermodynamics, Internal Energy, First Law of Thermodynamics | 68 mins | |

| 03 | Processes- Iscochoric, Isobaric, Isothermal, Adiabatic | 76 mins | |

| 04 | Polytropic Process, Cyclic Process, Solution Technique for Cyclic Process | 75 mins | |

| 05 | Examples on cyclic process, Deternination of Molar specific hear of a process; Determination of process equation, free expansion and few points | 72 mins | |

29 Heat Transfer |

| 01 | Introduction, Conduction, Different Definition, Law od Conduction, Application of Law of conduction to Straight Homogeneous, Uniform Rod | 79 mins | |

| 02 | Application of Law of conduction to Inhomogeneous & non uniform rod, combination of thermal conductors | 71 mins | |

| 03 | Application of Series & Parallel combination, Various types of illustration of condcution, Growth of Ice Layer, Cylindrical and Spherical condcutor | 82 mins | |

| 04 | Radiation, Definitions, Laws of Radition – Prevost Heat Exchange Theory, Kirchoff’s Law | 83 mins | |

| 05 | Stefan’s Law, Applications of Stefan’s Law, Newton’s Law of colling | 0 mins | |

30 Thermal Expansion |

| 01 | “Introduction, Linear Expansion of Solid, Concept of Coefficient of Linear Expansion, Variation of Length of a solid with Temperature, Applications – Reading of a Scale, Radisu of Bimetallic Strip” | 3 mins | |

| 02 | Thermal Stress, Reading of Pendulum Clock, Differential Expansion | 80 mins | |

| 03 | Superficial Expansion of Solids, Volume xpansion of Solids, Variation of density of Solid with Temperature, Exapnasion of Liquid, Real Exapnasion of Liquid, Apparent Expansion of Liquid, Relationship between Coefficient of real expansion and apparent expa | 78 mins | |

| 04 | Determination of Coefficient of Real Expansion of Liquid, Various Methods – Sinker Method, Specific Gravity Bottle Method, Balancing Column Method | 51 mins | |

| 05 | Stefan’s Law, Applications of Stefan’s Law, Newton’s Law of colling | 0 mins | |

31 Transverse Wave |

| 01 | Definition, types of waves, equation of wave-fundamental concept | 75 mins | |

| 02 | Equation o wave – detailed explanation, definition related to waves | 82 mins | |

| 03 | Transeverse Wave, Equation, velocity of Transverse Wave in Stretched String, Power Transmitted by Transeverse Wave | 82 mins | |

| 04 | Results related to power transmitted by transeverse wave, Energy transmitted through KE & PE, Principal of Superposition, Stationary wave in string, Properties of Stationary wave. | 83 mins | |

| 05 | Reflection & refration of waves, shap of reflected wave, Writing equation of reflected and refracted ray, Amplitude of reflected and refracted wave, superposition of incident & reflected wave | 79 mins | |

| 06 | Questions based on equation of stationary waves, Stationary wave in stretched string, Sonometer, Laws of string | 85 mins | |

| 07 | Meldee’s Experiment, Energy of stationay wave | 64 mins | |

32 Sound Wave |

| 01 | “Concept of sound waves, Sound waves as Pressure Wave, Displacement wave, equation of sound waves, relationship between pressure wave and displacement wave equation, Velocity of sound wave, derivation” | 56 mins | |

| 02 | Intensity of Sound wave, Derivation of intensity, Concept of superposition, Beats and detailed analysis of beats | 85 mins | |

| 03 | Stationary Waves in sound, Vibration of organ pipes, Resonane Tube, Energy of longitudinal statioanary waves | 84 mins | |

| 04 | Reflection of sound waves, Questions based on equation of sound waves, Interference, Types of interference, Questions based on interference of sound waves | 85 mins | |

33 Dopplers Effect |

| 01 | Definition of Doppler’s effect of Sound, Formula for observed frequency and wavelength, explanation of doppler’s effect, Various profiles of questions in doppler’s effect, Doppler’s effect with reflected sound, Delay in doppplers effects etc. | 86 mins | |

34 Atomic Structure |

| 01 | Introduction of Atomic Structure, Dalton’s Model, Thomson’s Model, Rutherford’s Model, Distance of closest approach-all cases, Bhor’s Model introcution and explaination | 86 mins | |

| 02 | Explanation of radius, velocity, Time period and energy of electron in oribit, definitions related to various states, H-atom spectrum (both emission and absorption) | 89 mins | |

| 03 | Emission and Absorption spectrum of H-atom, All series of spectrum, Collision of atoms and related concepts | 88 mins | |

| 04 | Bhor’s Theory when nucleus is not at rest, Effect of recoil of atom on emitted wavelength | 50 mins | |

35 Matter Waves |

| 01 | Introduction, D’Broglie Theory, Application of D’Broglie theiry to particles and photons, Various definition related to light source power, intensity, energy flus, photon flux etc. | 82 mins | |

| 02 | Force and pressure due to light/photons in various situations | 88 mins | |

36 Nuclear Physics |

| 01 | Introduction of Nucleus, Properties of Nucleus, Mass, Density of Nucleus, Nuclear Stability, Binding Energy, Variotion of BE with mass Number | 79 mins | |

| 02 | Nuclear Fission, Nuclear Reactor, Nuclear Fusion, Nuclear Collision, Types of Collition, Exoergic reaction and illustration. | 86 mins | |

| 03 | Endothermic Reaction, Threshold Energy | 24 mins | |

37 Radioactivity |

| 01 | Introduction of Radioactivity, Different tyes of decays and their properties, Law of radioactivity, Different Definitions | 89 mins | |

| 02 | Application of Law of radioactivity in different situations, Carbon Dating, Radioactivity equilibrium. | 86 mins | |

38 Photo Electric Effect |

| 01 | Introduction of Photo Electric Effect, Various definitions, Einstein Explanation of Photo Electric Effect, Photo-Cell, Photo-Electric curent, Stopping Potential | 74 mins | |

| 02 | Dependance of Photo-Electric Current on various factros like Intensity, Potential difference between emitter & collector, frequecy of incidenting light, examples based on determination of photoelectric current | 80 mins | |

39 X Rays |

| 01 | Introduction of X-Rays, Production of X-rays, Mechnism of production of X-rays (a) Continious X-rays (b) Characteristics X-rays | 85 mins | |

| 02 | Moseley Law, Properties of X-Rays | 39 mins | |

40 Semiconducter device & Transistors |

| 01 | Semiconductor, energy band in solids, conduction band & valence band | 53 mins | |

| 02 | Forbidden energy gap.Conductors, Insulators & semiconductors. Concept of Holes in a semiconductor | 50 mins | |

| 03 | Types of semiconductor, Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductor | 41 mins | |

| 04 | Current through semiconductor | 39 mins | |

| 05 | Problem based on current through semiconductor. PN junction | 67 mins | |

| 06 | PN junction biasing. Breakdown of diode | 59 mins | |

| 07 | Diode and Diode circuit problems | 48 mins | |

| 08 | Application of Diode-LED, Photo Diode and solar Cell | 45 mins | |

| 09 | Zener diode & diode as a rectifier, | 45 mins | |

| 10 | Transistor and its working | 45 mins | |

| 11 | Configuration of transistor. Common base configuration (CB) and its characterstics curve | 41 mins | |

| 12 | Common emitter configuration of transistor and charcterstics curve. Output voltage v/s Input voltage curve | 41 mins | |

| 13 | Logic Gates | 49 mins | |

41 Reflection at Plane Surface |

| 01 | Definition of Object & Image, Laws of Reflection, Mathematical Representation of Laws of Reflection, Image Formation by Plane Mirror, Few Basic Characteristics of Palne mirror | 80 mins | |

| 02 | Different Characteristics of Plane Mirror – Rotation of reflected ray on ratating mirror, Minimum Height & width of the mirror to see height and width, Number of images due to multiple refection between two inclined mirrors | 90 mins | |

| 03 | Deviation at Plane Mirror, Velocity of Image | 59 mins | |

42 Reflection at Curved Surface |

| 01 | Spherical Mirror, Various definitions, image formation, mirror formule (introduction) | 63 mins | |

| 02 | Application of Mirror Formula in Various Situation | 82 mins | |

| 03 | Solution Technique to solve Problem Based on Multiple Reflection, Results related to various position of object and corresponding position of image | 73 mins | |

| 04 | Conjugate Positions, Velocity of Object & Image in spherical mirror, General Results | 60 mins | |

43 Refraction at Plane Surface |

| 01 | Refration, Laws of Refraction, Refractive Index, Refraction at Plane Surafce, Deviation, Critical Angle, Total Interanl Reflection | 76 mins | |

| 02 | Image formation due to refraction at plane surface, relationship between o-distance and image distance in refraction at plane surface | 80 mins | |

| 03 | Refraction at Slab, Few illustration | 50 mins | |

44 Prism |

| 01 | Prism, Prism Anagle, Refration on prism, Deviation, Minimum Diviation by prism, maximum deviation by prism, Range of angle of incidence for which light ray will emerge from prism | 61 mins | |

| 02 | Explanation of Range of angle of incidence for light ray to emerge from 2nd surface, Small angled prism, image formation by small angled prism, | 39 mins | |

| 03 | Dispersion, Application of dispersion concepts, dispersion due to prism, combination of prism | 66 mins | |

45 Lens (Refraction at Curved Surface) |

| 01 | Refraction at spherical surface, Derivation, Concept of Thin lens, Different types of lens | 73 mins | |

| 02 | Focus & Focal length of the lens, Lens formula, concepts related to lens, Derivation of lens formula | 75 mins | |

| 03 | Application of Lens Formula, Position of image for various positions of object,solving problem based on lens | 75 mins | |

| 04 | Combinarion of Lens, Effective Focal Length, Silvering the lens | 82 mins | |

| 05 | Power of Lens, Conjugate positions, Cutting a lens | 42 mins | |

46 Interference |

| 01 | Wave nature of light, Definition of interference, Constructive and Destructive interference, Coherent sources, Interference pattern and nomenclature for fringe pattern | 83 mins | |

| 02 | Different Types of Path difference, YDSE basic experiment & results | 86 mins | |

| 03 | Modified YDSE, effect of insertion of transparent film in front of slits, Loyod’s mirror, Fresnel’s Biprism experiment, Interference of white light | 90 mins | |

Chemistry |

01 Mole Concept |

| 01 | Law of Chemical Combination,Gaylusac’s law, Avagrodo’s Law, Terms used is mole concept | 45 mins | |

| 02 | Avrage Atomic Mass, Avrage Molor Mass, Vapour Density, Absolute Density | 48 mins | |

| 03 | Experimental Method of Determining Atomic Masss, Calculation of % by Mass of Element, Calculation % of by Mass of Compound | 52 mins | |

| 04 | Defination of Mole | 48 mins | |

| 05 | Empirical And Molecular Formula, Method to Determine E.F. & M. F. | 46 mins | |

| 06 | Stoichometry as Reaction, Method To Solve problems of Stiochiometry | 55 mins | |

| 07 | Limiting Reactant/ Reagant Concept, Method to solve L. R concept | 46 mins | |

| 08 | Concentration Terms | 48 mins | |

| 09 | Daltons atomic theory, faraday’s experiment, Discovery of electron, | 71 mins | |

| 10 | Discovery of Proton, J.J. Thomson’s Model of Atom, Rutherford’s alpha particle scattering experiment, Model of Atom | 69 mins | |

| 11 | Bohr’s Model (Till I.E/S.E) and Numerical | 61 mins | |

| 12 | H-Spectrum (Series Limit) | 67 mins | |

| 13 | H- Spectrum | 66 mins | |

| 14 | De-Broglie concept | 71 mins | |

| 15 | Heisenberg’s Principle | 79 mins | |

| 16 | Schrodinger’s wave Equation | 59 mins | |

| 17 | Q. No. (Till azimuthal Q. No.) | 82 mins | |

| 18 | Quantum Number Finished | 68 mins | |

| 19 | Aufbau Principle | 76 mins | |

| 20 | Hound’s Rule/Pauli’s extension Principle | 62 mins | |

| 21 | Radial Probability dis. Function and nodes | 69 mins | |

02 Redox and Volumetric Analysis |

| 01 | Definition of Oxidation & Reduction, Calculation of oxidation Namber-1 | 54 mins | |

| 02 | Oxidation Number Calculation using sureties, Ion-electron method of banging equation | 57 mins | |

| 03 | Oxidation Number Method of balancing, Equivalent concept introduction, n-factor calculation | 69 mins | |

| 04 | Equivalent concept, Law of equivalence, Equivalent weight, Numerical | 42 mins | |

| 05 | Titrations, back titration, Double titration, Normality | 61 mins | |

| 06 | Iodometric & Iodometric, Volume strength of H2O2, % availability of Cl2, % strength of oleum, Hardness of water | 53 mins | |

03 Chemical Equilibrium |

| 01 | Definition, Type of reaction (irreversible & reversible), properties of chemical equilibrium | 38 mins | |

| 02 | Law of mass action, Equilibrium Constant, Properties of equilibrium constant, Various equilibrium constants Kc, Kp, Kx, Relation between Kc & Kp | 47 mins | |

| 03 | Relation between kc & Kp, Units of equilibrium constant, writing excretion for Kp & Kc, homogenous & heterogeneous equilibrium, Reaction quotient, Qp & Qc & significance | 30 mins | |

| 04 | Numerical, on key. & Q, pressure & Kp, % completion of reaction, using neglect ion while making calculations | 43 mins | |

| 05 | Thermodynamics & Equilibrium, Le-Chatelier principle, Application of Le-Chatelier, Phase equilibrium, Hygroscopic/Efflorescence, Simultaneous or parallel equilibrium | 68 mins | |

04 Ionic Equilibrium |

| 01 | Electrolytes, Arrhenius concept of acid & base, Bronsted concept of acid & base, Bronsted concept of acid & base, lenis concept of acid & base | 47 mins | |

| 02 | Properties of H2O, pH-scale & application, Kw, Ka, of water | 51 mins | |

| 03 | Ostwald’s dilution law, pH of weak base, Mixture of acids, Polyprotic acids | 66 mins | |

| 04 | Salt hydrolysis, Complete salt Incomplete salt, SASB, SAWB, WASB, WAWB, Amphiprotic, polyvalent ions, Numerical | 63 mins | |

| 05 | Buffers, solubility | 61 mins | |

| 06 | Theory of indicators | 32 mins | |

05 Gaseous State |

| 01 | Boyles Law | 53 mins | |

| 02 | Charles, P-T Law | 63 mins | |

| 03 | Ideal gas equation, Dalton’s Law Vapour. Liquid Equilibrium | 87 mins | |

| 04 | Real gas, Vanderwal | 68 mins | |

| 05 | liquefaction, Critical constants, Joule-Thompson effect | 65 mins | |

| 06 | heat capacity, Collision theory | 74 mins | |

06 Chemical Energetics |

| 01 | Introduction Definition of system, surroundings & universe, boundary | 56 mins | |

| 02 | Heat & Work, (processes and definition) | 51 mins | |

| 03 | IUPAC sign conversion, Zeroth law of thermodynamics, first law of thermodynamics | 55 mins | |

| 04 | Graphs, Work calculation cyclic process, polytrophic process, second law of thermodynamics, Introduction to entropy | 59 mins | |

| 05 | Criteria for spontaneity Gibb’s free energy, Third law of thermodynamics | 39 mins | |

| 06 | Thermo chemistry Introductions, Enthalpy & Internal energy relation, carrier Laplace law & hen law, enthalpy of formation | 51 mins | |

07 Chemical Kinetics |

| 01 | General concept, Rate of chemical reactions, instantaneous rate of reaction, factor affecting the rate of chemical reaction, Molecularity of chemical reaction | 57 mins | |

| 02 | Order of Reaction, different example for order of reaction, Integrated rate const. For 1st order of reaction, half time | 66 mins | |

| 03 | Question discussion of ex.1 of IIT-JEE Sheet, amount remaining after n half life integrated rate expression for zero order ,2nd order and nth order reaction and their half life | 62 mins | |

| 04 | Collision theory of reaction rate, threshold energy, activation of energy, effect of temp on reaction rate, orientation barrier, effect of catalyst | 61 mins | |

| 05 | Elect of catalyst, in term of activation energy, threshold energy, temperature coefficient, Arrhenius equation, 1st order kinetics for bacterial growth. | 53 mins | |

| 06 | Ist order kinetics for in term of volume, 1st order kinetics for pressure, Ist order kinetics for sp. rotation, series reaction, parallel reaction, radioactive reaction , half life, decay cont., average life | 55 mins | |

08 Electro Chemistry |

| 01 | Definition, Construction of electrochemical cell, Daniel cell(working), Salt bridge (Construction and working),Representation of electrode potential standard electrode, Representation of standard electrode, Calculation of E cell & E. cell, Standard hydrog | 68 mins | |

| 02 | Calomel Electrode(Metal-Metal insoluble salt electrode ),Calculation of solubility product and sparingly soluble salt, Calculation of ?H,?S,?G for t ne cell & solved, Electrolytic cell definition, Difference between electrolytic cell & electrochemical cel | 61 mins | |

| 03 | Calculation of electrode potential of single electrode, Nernst Equation, Application of Nernst Equation-Calculation of Electrode potential of single electrode, Calculation of pH of solution of Hydrogen electrode, Calculation of equilibrium constant K for | 69 mins | |

| 04 | Question based upon faradays laws of electrolysis, application of Faraday’s Law(Electroplating)Numerical Problems | 40 mins | |

| 05 | Product of electrolysis (Determination),Factors on which product of electrolysis & depends, Electrolytic conductance (a) Ohms Law, (b) Conductance, (c) Specific conductance (K),(d) Molar Conductance (?E),Relation between ?M ?E,(g)Variation of molar conduc | 33 mins | |

| 06 | Calculation of Solubility and Solubility Product, Ionic Mobility, Conductometric Titration curves, Lead storage battery | 26 mins | |

09 Solid State |

| 01 | Types of solid, Difference b/w crystalline and amorphous solid, types of crystaline solid, Some emportant termenology | 46 mins | |

| 02 | Different type of symmetry found in crystal, types of crystal on the basis of intercept made on crystallogrophic axis & angle b/w terms , study of different types of arrangement of atoms | 48 mins | |

| 03 | Different types of arrangement (One dimensional, two dimensional, three dimensional) | 70 mins | |

| 04 | Hexagonal close packing( HCP ) Study of Ionic crystal | 58 mins | |

| 05 | Study of different Ionic crystal, Structure of diomond | 44 mins | |

| 06 | Defect in crystal ( Stiochiometric defect & Non-Stiochiometric defect | 41 mins | |

10 Solutions |

| 01 | Solution introduction, solvent, solute, Types of solution, solid liquid solution, mechanism of dissolution of ionic compound, mechanism of dissolution of non redox compounds | 58 mins | |

| 02 | Liquid – liquid solution, gas liquid solution, concentration units, Henry law, application of Henry law | 56 mins | |

| 03 | Application of Henry law, limitation of Henry law, vapour pressure, factor affecting the vapour pressure, Raoult’s law, Raoult’s law for solution two volatile liquid | 59 mins | |

| 04 | elevation in pooling point, depression in freezing point, Osmotic pressure | 56 mins | |

| 05 | Osmosis, reverse osmosis, isotonic, hypertonic, hypotonic, van Hoff equation for osmotic pressure, different examples, abnormal molecular mass | 54 mins | |

11 Surface Chemistry |

| 01 | Colloidal solution : Introduction of colloidal solution, Classification of colloidal solution (a) on the basis DP & DM, (b) on the basis of interaction between DP & DM, (c) on the basis of particle size, (d) on the basis of charge, Development of charge & | 65 mins | |

| 02 | Coagulation or flocculation, hardy & Schulz rule, emulsion, application of colloidal solution | 38 mins | |

12 Periodic Table |

| 01 | Development, periodicity, periodic law, relationship with electronic configuration, lay out of periodic table. | 60 mins | |

| 02 | Introduction of periods, groups, blocks, Explanation of properties of elements of differentiation groups, causes of,periodicity, screening effect atomic radius | 54 mins | |

| 03 | Factors effecting atomic radius, isoelectronic species, Ionisation energy, factors affecting, variation, successive ionisation energy | 64 mins | |

| 04 | Electron affinity, electron gain enthalpy, successive electron gain enthalpy, factors influencing application. Electro negatively factors influencing, application trend periodic table | 62 mins | |

13 Chemical Bonding |

| 01 | Bond Definition & classification, Ionic Bond, Lattice Energy & factors, Hydration solution energy & factors | 44 mins | |

| 02 | Solubility Criteria, Covalent character in ionic compound, Polarisation, polarizability & polarising power, Fajans rule | 52 mins | |

| 03 | Covalent bond, Co-ordinate bond, Lewis octet rule, Lewis structure | 56 mins | |

| 04 | Lewis structure for polyatomic ions, formal charge, VSEPR theory | 64 mins | |

| 05 | VSEPR theory (all possible shape and geometry, comparison of bond angle) | 66 mins | |

| 06 | VSEPR theory (Comparison of bond angle, effect of multiple bonds, shape of oxyacids), VBT (s bond) | 57 mins | |

| 07 | VBT (p bond), Bond length and bond energy, covalency, Naming of p-bond, Hybridisation | 77 mins | |

| 08 | Hybridisation (orbitals involve in hybridisation), d-orbital contraction, bent’s rule and its application, hydrolysis of some ionic compounds, molecular orbital theory. | 81 mins | |

| 09 | Molecular orbital theory (formation of bonding and antibonding molecular orbitals, energy level diagram, magnetic property, stability of molecules, bond order) | 77 mins | |

| 10 | Dipole moment (for diatomic molecules, for polyatomic molecules, comparisons), % Ionic character on the basis of dipole moment, Effect on bond length and energy due to resonance, properties of covalent compounds | 77 mins | |

| 11 | Metallic bond, physical properties of molecular compounds, Hydrogen bond (Intermolecular and intramolecular), Application of Hydrogen bond | 76 mins | |

| 12 | Van der waals force of attraction, banana bonding, back bonding | 48 mins | |

14 Hydrogen Family |

| 01 | Position preparation physical & chemical properties, isotopes, different forms hydrides | 65 mins | |

| 02 | Chemical & physical properties of water, hardness of water, heavy water hydrogen peroxide, preparation physical & chemical properties, uses | 54 mins | |

15 p-block Element |

| 01 | General electronic configuration, inert pair effect, Periodic properties | 51 mins | |

| 02 | Banana bond in B2H5, Hydrides of p-block elements, oxides of p-block elements (B-family and C-Family) | 58 mins | |

| 03 | Oxides of p-block elements (‘N’-family, ‘O’-family and halogens) | 59 mins | |

| 04 | oxyacids of p-block elements (Halogens, S, N & P), Halides of p-block elements (‘B’ – family and ‘c’ – family) | 73 mins | |

| 05 | Halides of p-block elements (‘N’ family), some special properties (‘B’ – family and ‘C’ – family) | 62 mins | |

| 06 | Some special properties (‘C’ – family, ‘O’ – family, halogens and Noble gas), chemical properties (Noble gas) | 62 mins | |

| 07 | Chemical properties (Noble gas, halogens) | 76 mins | |

| 08 | Chemical properties ( halogens, ‘O’ – family) | 78 mins | |

| 09 | Chemical properties (‘O’- family) | 79 mins | |

| 10 | Chemical properties (‘O’ – family and ‘N’ – family) | 88 mins | |

| 11 | Chemical properties (‘N’-family and ‘C’-family) | 81 mins | |

| 12 | Chemical properties (‘C’-family and ‘B’-family) | 73 mins | |

16 s-block Element |

| 01 | Content not available | 61 mins | |

| 02 | Content not available | 24 mins | |

| 03 | Content not available | 53 mins | |

| 04 | Content not available | 11 mins | |

17 Salt Analysis |

| 01 | Introduction, Preliminary test colour small deliquescent test, salt heating in a dry test tube gas (a) colourless and odourless (b) Colourless and odour gas, (c) Coloured and odour gas, starch paper & types, Types of flame. gas, | 33 mins | |

| 02 | Charcoal test, cobalt nitrate test, flame test, borax bead test | 36 mins | |

| 03 | wet test for basic radicals | 32 mins | |

| 04 | wet test for acid radicals | 63 mins | |

18 Coordination Compound |

| 01 | Addition compounds, type of addition compounds, type of co-ordination compounds, Terminology in co-ordination compounds | 58 mins | |

| 02 | Classification of ligands | 57 mins | |

| 03 | Ambidentate ligands, Co-ordination No. and oxidation state of central metal, EAN, Werner’s theory | 57 mins | |

| 04 | Werner’s theory, IUPAC Nomenclature | 62 mins | |

| 05 | IUPAC Nomenclature, VBT (Co-ordination No. = 4) | 52 mins | |

| 06 | VBT (Co-ordination No. = 6), CFT | 61 mins | |

| 07 | Factors affecting D or CFSE, stability constant, factors affecting stability of complex, colour in Co-ordination compounds (d-d transition and charge transfer) structural isomerism | 77 mins | |

| 08 | Stereo isomerism (geometrical and optical) | 75 mins | |

| 09 | Optical isomerism, metal carbonyls, application of Co-ordination compounds | 59 mins | |

19 Transitional Element |

| 01 | General properties of transition elements | 66 mins | |

| 02 | General properties of transition elements | 25 mins | |

| 03 | Compounds of transition elements (K2Cr2O7, KMnO4, Ag2O, Ag2S2O3) | 65 mins | |

| 04 | Compounds of transition elements (AgNO3, Fe2O3, ZnO, FeCl3, ZnCl2, FeSO4, ZnSO4, CuSO4) | 58 mins | |

20 Metallurgy |

| 01 | Minerals, ores, Important minerals and ores of some metals, Metallurgical operations (step-1 & 2) | 50 mins | |

| 02 | Metallurgical operations (step 3, 4 & 5) | 49 mins | |

| 03 | Ellingham diagram, metallurgy of Fe, Sn, Cu | 48 mins | |

| 04 | Metallurgy Pb, Al, Ag, Au | 41 mins | |

21 Chemistry in everyday life |

| 01 | Application of chemical in medicine | 31 mins | |

| 02 | Use of chemical nearo logical active DRUG, Antibiotic, Soap, detergent | 39 mins | |

22 Classification of nomenclature |

| 01 | Classification, Type of C,H, Halide, Alcohol, Type of Amine, Homologous, Degree of Unsaturation | 46 mins | |

| 02 | IUPAC nomenclature Introduction, IUPAC rules, IUPAC Naming of saturated hydrocarbon alkane | 44 mins | |

| 03 | Type of hydrocarbon group ,Naming of Hydrocarbon with Complex substituent, IUPAC naming of unsaturated compound | 47 mins | |

| 04 | IUPAC naming of compound with functional group, priority table, IUPAC name of different categories, IUPAC name with multiple functional group | 57 mins | |

| 05 | IUPAC name of Alicyclic Compound, IUPAC name of Bicyclo Compound, IUPAC name of Spiro Compound | 55 mins | |

| 06 | Oxa Nomenclature, Common naming, Aromatic compound naming | 53 mins | |

23 Isomerism |

| 01 | Introduction of Isomerism,Types of structural Isomerism (a) Chain isomerism, (b) Position isomerism, ( c) Ring Chain isomerism,(d) Functional isomerism, (e) Metamerism | 51 mins | |

| 02 | Determination of total no. of Structural Isomers,Introduction of Tautomerism,Keto- Enol Tautomerism,Mechanism of Keto-Enol Tautomerism,Factor affecting Keto-Enol; tautomerism (a) Resonance and aromalicity, (b) Hydrogen bonding | 32 mins | |

| 03 | Factor affecting enolisation, (c ) Acidic nature of ?-H,(d) Steric hindrance (e) Solvent effect, Para tautomerism,Type of tautomerism, Conformational Isomerism,Conformers of ethane and propane | 39 mins | |

| 04 | Conformers of Butane,Cases where Gauche form is more stable, Baeyer Strain theory, Conformers of Cyclohexan (a) Chair form, (b) Boat form, (c ) Twist boat (d) half Chair form | 54 mins | |

| 05 | Geometrical isomerism conditions, Categories of comp. Showing G.I.(a) Alkene (b) Cyclokane, (c ) Cycloalkene, (d) Oximes | 44 mins | |

| 06 | Elz nomencleture, Optical isomerism, Polarimeter, PPL, ?, Chiral Centre , Stero Centre, Chiral Comp, Enantiomers | 47 mins | |

| 07 | Diastereomer,R-S configuration in fisher, conversion of wedge and dash in fisher, Symmetry element (a) POS (b)Cos | 26 mins | |

| 08 | AAOS, AOS, Relation B/W isomers, Meso compounds, Optical activity in compounds without C.C, Erythreo & threo | 46 mins | |

| 09 | Mono chlorination of alkane, D-L configuration, Amine inversion, conversion of various formula, calculation of optical isomer, calculation of stereo isomer | 53 mins | |

24 General Organic Chemistry |

| 01 | General acid bask concept, Character importance in acid base bond length, S character with bond length, Inductive effect (initial part) | 67 mins | |

| 02 | Resonance introduction, condition and stability comparison, type of conjugated system | 63 mins | |

| 03 | Mesomeric effect +m, -m effect, Application of mesomeric effect, Reactivity of orientation in mono substituted benzene ring | 57 mins | |

| 04 | Aromaticity (cont.) | 51 mins | |

| 05 | Stability of intermediate Bond length & Bond order, Acidic strength comparison | 61 mins | |

| 06 | Acidic strength comparison, basic strength comparison, SIR effect, SIP effect, Determination & comparison of Resonance energy | 59 mins | |

| 07 | Hyper conjugation, Application of hyper conjugation, Directive influence of alkyl grp, Acidic & basic nature comparison, Directive influence of CCl3 grp, stability of alkene, stability of intermediate | 65 mins | |

| 08 | Type of Intermediate (a) Carbocation, formation & Rearrangement of carbocation, (b) Free radical, formation & reaction, (c) carbene, type & formation, (d) carbanion formation | 67 mins | |

25 Hydrocarbon |

| 01 | Introduction, Electrophilic addition reaction, mechanism, imp points, Examples of Electrophilic addition reaction, addition of HX, Addition of H2O in acidic medium, Rearrangement product in electrophilic addition reaction, addition of halogen | 64 mins | |

| 02 | Peroxide effect, Electrophilic addition reaction of conjugated diene, Diels alder reaction, stereochemistry of electrophilic addition reaction | 62 mins | |

| 03 | stereochemistry of Electrophilic addition, ozonolysis of alkene & Alkyne | 63 mins | |

| 04 | Dehalogenation, dehydration of Alcohol, thermal decomposition of antennary ammonium sell, Thermal elimination of tertiary amine oxide, pyrolysis ester, within reaction | 65 mins | |

| 05 | Alkyne : Methods of prp, chemical properties (1) Acidic nature of tesminarp Alkyne, (2) Electrophilic addition reaction, (3) Reaction alkyne & alkyne with kot & cone KmnO4 | 58 mins | |

| 06 | Alkane : Methods of prp of Alkane | 55 mins | |

| 07 | Chemical reaction of Alkane (1) halogenation of Alkane, (2) Isomerisation, (3) Aromatisation, (4) pyrolysis or cracking, (5) Nitration & sulfonation | 48 mins | |

26 Aromatic Chemistry |

| 01 | 1. Aromatic,Antiaromatic and Non Aromatic 2. Annulenes 3. Anomaticity in Heterocyclic compound 4. Aromaticity and dipol moment 5. Fries Rule | 42 mins | |

| 02 | Introduction of electrophillic aromatic substitution ( EAS ) Nitration of benzene, Halogenation of benzene, sulphonation | 44 mins | |

| 03 | Friedel craft alkylation, friedel craft acylation, limitation of friedel craft reaction | 47 mins | |

| 04 | Intramolecular friedel craft reaction, reaction and orientation effect in mono substituted benzene, comparative rate of reaction in benzene | 39 mins | |

| 05 | Orientation effect in disubstituted benzene, EAS reaction of chloro benzene, EAS reaction of toluene, additional reaction of benzene | 38 mins | |

27 Halogen Derivatives |

| 01 | Nucleophile substitution reaction (1) SN1 reaction, (2) SN2 reaction | 59 mins | |

| 02 | Competition between SN1 & SN2, SNI, SNGP, Competition between substitution & elimination | 67 mins | |

| 03 | Chemical reaction of Alkyl halide (i) Williamson etherification, (ii) Hydrolysis of alkyl halide, (iii) reaction with KCN. AgCN, (iv) reaction with AgNO2 & KNO2, (v) reaction with Ag2O, (vi) other Nu sub reaction | 57 mins | |

| 04 | Methods of preparation of alkyl halide (1) From alcohol (a) with SOCl2, (b) with PCl3, PCl5, (c) HX, (d) use of tosyl chloride (2) Hunsdiecker reaction (3) halide exchange method | 45 mins | |

| 05 | Haloform reaction, Nucleophilic substitution reaction of aryl halide (a) SNAR, (b) Benzyne mechanism | 64 mins | |

| 06 | Chemical reaction & methods of prp of Grignard reagent | 52 mins | |

28 Alcohol, Phenol & Ether |

| 01 | Introduction, monohydric, dihydric trihydro, polyhydric alcohol carbinol system preparation of alcohol | 40 mins | |

| 02 | Preparation and chemical property of alcohol | 32 mins | |

| 03 | Chemical property of alcohol | 28 mins | |

| 04 | Prep. & properties of phenol | 42 mins | |

| 05 | Prep. & properties of ethers, prep of aldehyde & ketones | 32 mins | |

29 Carbonyl Compounds |

| 01 | Preparation and properties & aldehyde and ketones (Aldol condensation) | 25 mins | |

| 02 | Chemical properties of aldehyde & ketones | 38 mins | |

| 03 | Chemical properties of aldehyde & ketones | 9 mins | |

| 04 | Chemical properties of aldehyde & ketones | 37 mins | |

30 Carboxylic Acid and its Derivatives |

| 01 | Carboxylic acid & their derivatives | 32 mins | |

| 02 | Carboxylic acid & their derivatives | 13 mins | |

31 POLYMER |

| 01 | Classfication of Polymer: (A) On the basis of Source (B) On the basis of attraction forces ( C) On the basis of structure (D) On the basis of mode of polymerisation | 55 mins | |

32 CARBOHYDRATE,PROTEIN,NUCLEIC ACID |

| 01 | Classification of Carbohydrate, Glucose, Cyclic structure of glucose and fructose | 57 mins | |

| 02 | Disacharide,Polysaccharide,Test of Carbohydrate | 38 mins | |

| 03 | Protein, Amino Acid,Structur of Protein,Test of Protein | 41 mins | |

| 04 | Nucleic Acid, Vitamins,Enzymes | 43 mins | |

33 Amine |

| 01 | Claassification and nomenclature of amine, methods of prp of amine , chemical reaction of amine with HNO2 | 49 mins | |

| 02 | Chemical Reaction Of Cynide, Chemical reaction of Isocynide, Chemical Reaction of nitrobenzene | 24 mins | |

Mathematics |

01 Trigonometric Ratios |

| 01 | Masurement of Angle Trigonometric idintitis, Signs of Trigonometric Function + graph, of Trigonometric Function | 22 mins | |

| 02 | “Sum & difference of angle, Formula to transform product into sum or differince, C&D formula Trigonometric Ratio of multiple angle Miscellaneous Results” | 1 mins | |

| 03 | Few Examples on preious topics & Types of conditional identities with examples. | 60 mins | |

| 04 | “Few Examples on preious topics maximum & minimum Values of a cos q + b sin q , More formulas.” | 42 mins | |

02 Trigonometric Equation |

| 01 | Definition general Solution of sin q = 0, cos q = 0, tan q = 0, sin q = sin a, cos q = cos a, & various examples. | 17 mins | |

| 02 | Problems on previous lecture & genral solution of tan q = tan a | 52 mins | |

| 03 | “Few Problems of previous topics & general solution of sin2q = sin2a, cos2q = cos2a, tan2q = tan2a” | 56 mins | |

| 04 | “Problems on Previous topics & general solution of a cos q + b tan q = 0 + simultaneous equation” | 7 mins | |

| 05 | Principal value of angle + important units | 47 mins | |

03 Properties of Triangle |

| 01 | Basic introduction of properties of traingle, Sine rule, Cosine rule | 31 mins | |

| 02 | Projection formula, Area of triagle, Napier’s rule | 16 mins | |

| 03 | Remening point of half angle, M-N theorem, Some mixed example | 45 mins | |

04 Height & Distance |

| 01 | Definition, bearing, some usefful points, example | 54 mins | |

05 Radii of Circle |

| 01 | Circumcircle and its radius and its propeties , Incircle and its radius and its properties | 47 mins | |

| 02 | Excircle and its radius and its properties | 47 mins | |

| 03 | Some examples based on excircle and its radius,Regular Polygon | 58 mins | |

06 Inverse Trigonometric Function |

| 01 | Introduction of ITF, Domain range of ITF ,Graph of Sin -1x,Cos-1 x,tan-1 x | 38 mins | |

| 02 | Graph of cot-1x,sec-1x,cosec-1x, ITF Identity & questions on it | 38 mins | |

| 03 | Domain related questions & questions on ITF inequalities, T(T-1(x)) definition & questions | 2 mins | |

| 04 | T-1 (T (x)) Definition & questions | 36 mins | |

| 05 | Questions on Inter conversion in ITF | 33 mins | |

| 06 | Inter conversion of ITF & tan-1x sum & difference formula | 38 mins | |

| 07 | Questions on series in ITF, Multiple angle formula | 37 mins | |

| 08 | Questions on Multiple angles | 24 mins | |

07 Point and Straight Line |

| 01 | co-ordinate system, distance formula, application of distance formula | 68 mins | |

| 02 | Application of distance formula, divison formula, area of polygon | 61 mins | |

| 03 | centre of triangle, problem on locus, transformation of axis | 74 mins | |

| 04 | Transformation, of axis (continue), some imp points, introduction of line & slope, Type of line | 64 mins | |

| 05 | Type of line, reduction of general equation in different form, angle between lines | 67 mins | |

| 06 | Angle between lines (continue), Equation line making ‘a’ angle with given line, length of perpendiculer from a point on given line, position of point, distance between parallel line | 74 mins | |

| 07 | Concurrent lines, Family of lines, equation of angle bisector, joint equation of straight line | 70 mins | |

| 08 | Joint equation of st. line, Homogenization | 60 mins | |

08 Circle |

| 01 | Type of circle | 64 mins | |

| 02 | “circle in particuler cases, Position of point w.r. to circle, Maximum and minimum distance of point, length of Intercept on x-axis and yaxis, position of line w.r. to circle” | 3 mins | |

| 03 | Eq. Of tangent to circle, length of tangent | 61 mins | |

| 04 | Joint equation of tangent, Director circle, chose of contact, length of chosd | 58 mins | |

| 05 | Equation of chosd, equatio of chosd when mid pont given, system of circles | 67 mins | |

| 06 | Common chosd, Angle between circle, family of circle | 62 mins | |

| 07 | Family of circle (continue), ratical axis & ratical centre | 52 mins | |

09 Parabola |

| 01 | Introduction, General equation of parabola, parametric equatio of parabola | 63 mins | |

| 02 | Position of point w.r.to parabola, equation of chord, condition for focal chord, length of focal chord, position of line w.r. to parabola, equation of tangent | 65 mins | |

| 03 | Problem on equation of tangent, properties of tangent, length of intercept cut by parabola on given line | 57 mins | |

| 04 | Equation normal and properties of normal, prablem on normals | 52 mins | |

| 05 | problems on normal continue, joint equation of tangents, director circle, equation of chord of contact, equation of chord when mid point is given, equation of diametre, angle between two parabolas | 43 mins | |

10 Ellipse |

| 01 | Defintion of ellipse, equation of ellipse | 55 mins | |

| 02 | Problem section, parametric equation of ellipse, equation of chod, position of point, position of line, equation of tangent | 58 mins | |

| 03 | Equation tangent (continue) problem section, equation of normal, problem section | 72 mins | |

| 04 | Equation normal (problem section) propertics of normal, equation of chord when mid point given, Diametre, conjugate diametre, joint equation of tangent, director circle, chord of contact. | 48 mins | |

11 Hyperbola |

| 01 | Defination hyperbola, General term, standard hyperbola | 53 mins | |

| 02 | Problem on standard hyperbola, parametric equation, equation of chord, posision of point, equation tangent | 59 mins | |

| 03 | Probleme on tagent, equation norma, problem section, joint equation of tangent | 52 mins | |

| 04 | Equation chord, equation chord when midpoint is given dia, conjugate dia, asymptotes, Rectonjuler hyperbola | 66 mins | |

12 Function |

| 01 | Definition of function, representation of function, domain of function | 54 mins | |

| 02 | Domain of function (continued), Greatest integer function | 64 mins | |

| 03 | Fractional part function, range of function | 58 mins | |

| 04 | Range of function (continued) | 44 mins | |

| 05 | Even and odd functions, periodic functions | 60 mins | |

| 06 | Equal Functions, one one & many one functions, onto & into functions | 53 mins | |

| 07 | Inverse function, composite function | 52 mins | |

| 08 | Transformation of graphs | 19 mins | |

13 Limit |

| 01 | Definition of limits, theorems of limits, standard limits, Question based on existence of limits | 63 mins | |

| 02 | Methods to solve limits (% form), factorization method, ratanalization method, substitution method, rearrangement method | 65 mins | |

| 03 | Use of expansians, Sandwich theorem, Application of limit in series | 42 mins | |

14 Continuity |

| 01 | Continuity of a function at a point, continuity of a function in an interval, Theorems of continuity | 61 mins | |

| 02 | Types of discontinuity, Intermediate value property of continuous functions, Single point continuity | 43 mins | |

15 Differentiation |

| 01 | 1st principle, theorems of differentiation, chain rule, logarithmic differentation | 75 mins | |

| 02 | Logarithmic differentiation, parametric differentation, derivative of one function with respect to other function | 85 mins | |

| 03 | Derivative of inverse function, derivative of inverse function by substitition heigher order derivatives, partial differentiation | 24 mins | |

| 04 | Formation of differential equation, derivative of determinant, question base on funcational equations | 46 mins | |

| 05 | Lecture topic not available | 0 mins | |

| 06 | Lecture topic not available | 0 mins | |

16 Tangent and Normal |

| 01 | Tangent & normal for a curve y = f(x), for curve in parametric form, important points | 72 mins | |

| 02 | Concept of repeated root, angle b/w two curves, length of tangent, normal, subtangent, subnormal for a curve at a point | 73 mins | |

| 03 | dy/dx as rate of change, approximation by differential | 62 mins | |

| 04 | Rolle’s thormes, LMVT | 73 mins | |

17 Monotonicity |

| 01 | Monotonicity of functions, monotonicity of function at a point, monotonicity of function in an interval | 39 mins | |

| 02 | Monotonicity of function in an interval, non increasing & non decreasing functions, greatest and least value of function in given interval, to establish inequalities between two functions | 77 mins | |

18 Maxima and Minima |

| 01 | Defination of maxima and minima,Stationary points, necessary point and sufficient condition for maxima minima, critical points, ist derivative test, 2nd derivative test,maxima minima for diifferentible function for continous but not differentiable | 76 mins | |

| 02 | Examples for maxima-minima, Global maxima, Global minima and procedure to find it, application of maxima-minima in geometrical problems | 60 mins | |

| 03 | application of maxima-minima in geometrical problems, Application of maxima-minima in physical problems (examples), Some important formula used in mensuration problems | 72 mins | |

| 04 | Minimum distance between two curves, point of inflexion, concavity, convexvity of functions,solution of cubic equation | 64 mins | |

19 Indefinite Integration |

| 01 | Definition,Theorems of Integration, Some standard Formula, Methods of Integration, Subsstitution Method, Illustrations based on simple application of formula and simple substituions | 55 mins | |

| 02 | Integration by parts, it’s drevation and simple application, Derivation of formula based on integration by parts, ex(f(x) + f'(x)) form and it’s applications. | 94 mins | |

| 03 | Integration using partial fraction method, Derivation based on partial fraction method, few iilustration based on this method. | 72 mins | |

| 04 | Integration of Rational & Irrational functions, Few standard forms related to that, Some standard substitutions for irrational functions and associated illustrations. | 92 mins | |

| 05 | m,n,p form, Integration of trigonometric functions, and associated illustrations.Integration using Reduction Technique (method). | 76 mins | |

20 Definite Integration |

| 01 | Definition, Significance of Def. Integration, Integrable functions, Improper integrals, 1st principle method and other basic methods of Def. Integrations, Proeprties of Def. Integration (7 properties) | 83 mins | |

| 02 | Proeprties of Def. Integration (up to 10 properties) and their applications. | 76 mins | |

| 03 | Proeprtie of Def. Integration for periodic functions and their applications, Walli’s & Gamma formulas for integrtation. | 81 mins | |

| 04 | Limit of sum, Leibnitz formula for differentiation under integration and it’s applications. | 88 mins | |

| 05 | Cantant data not available | 74 mins | |

21 Area Under the Curve |

| 01 | Curve sketching, Different cases of curves | 48 mins | |

| 02 | Question on area under the curve | 44 mins | |

22 Differential Equation |

| 01 | Order and degree of differential equation, formation of differential equation methods of solve differential equation, variable separable method | 41 mins | |

| 02 | Reducible to variable separable ,Homogeneous differential equation | 45 mins | |

| 03 | Reducible to homogeneous form, Linear differential equation, reducible to linear differential equation, exact differential equation | 55 mins | |

| 04 | Orthogonal Trajectories, Differential equation of first order and higher degree ,Clair out’s form of differential equation, Application of differential equation | 51 mins | |

23 Basic Mathematics |

| 01 | Number system imp. formula | 45 mins | |

| 02 | Some Imp. Formula’s, Divisibility Testing | 55 mins | |

| 03 | C&D Relue, Factor & Pernaine Theroum, Wavy Curve Method | 0 mins | |

24 Number System |

| 01 | Cantant data not available | 33 mins | |

| 02 | Cantant data not available | 23 mins | |

25 Quadratic Equation |

| 01 | Introduction, Solution of Quadratic Equation, Nature of Roots, Quadratic equation in form of sum and products of roots | 54 mins | |

| 02 | Problems on sum and product of roots, Roots in particular condition | 54 mins | |

| 03 | Condition of single common roots | 52 mins | |

| 04 | Graph of quadratic polynomial | 59 mins | |

26 Progression |

| 01 | AP Introduction, AP nth term, AP sum of n term | 58 mins | |

| 02 | AP (AM), Properties | 59 mins | |

| 03 | GP Introduction, GP Sum of n term | 66 mins | |

| 04 | M Complete, Properties of GP, Assumption of term, HP nth term | 59 mins | |

| 05 | HP (nth term complete), Harmonic mean, properties of HP | 50 mins | |

| 06 | “Reletion between AM, GM, NM, Arithmetic Geometrical progression , seris dealing with natural number (continue)” | 11 mins | |

| 07 | “Example on dealing with natural number ,Solution of sequence by spliting of rth term, Difference method, sequence arc in triangle form” | 17 mins | |

27 Logarithm and Modulus Function |

| 01 | Lograthmic function (Sterting), Lograthmic Properties and problem Section | 62 mins | |

| 02 | Properties of lograthmic function and problem Section, | 65 mins | |

| 03 | Lograthmic graph & Inequaliting | 55 mins | |

| 04 | Modules Function & equation & inequaliting | 0 mins | |

28 Binomial Theorem |

| 01 | Binomial Expression, Formula of Binomial theorem, Properties of binomial theorem, Question on binomial theorem | 41 mins | |

| 02 | Question on binomial theorem, Middle term in binomial theorem (Theory) | 59 mins | |

| 03 | Question on middle term, Numerically and algebraically greatest and least term, Properties of binomial coefficient | 42 mins | |

| 04 | Question on series containing Binomial coefficient | 49 mins | |

| 05 | Nature of integral part of binomial theorem (Problems) | 43 mins | |

| 06 | Problems on last digit, Problems on remainder, Binomial theorem when index is negative and fractional | 27 mins | |

29 Permutation and Combination |

| 01 | Factorial, Law of Countins: (A)law of addition (B) Law of Multiplication, Defination of Permutation | 46 mins | |

| 02 | Question on Numbers,Question on Permutation | 50 mins | |

| 03 | Restricted permutation, Permutation of alive | 41 mins | |

| 04 | Question on sum of all numbers,Question on Dictionary,Circular permutation,Question on cicular permutation | 55 mins | |

| 05 | Combination,Restricted Combination, Combination of Distinct and alived objects in different conririon | 51 mins | |

| 06 | Geomatrical application of combination | 41 mins | |

| 07 | Question on combination | 41 mins | |

30 Probability |

| 01 | Basic definition of probabillity | 29 mins | |

| 02 | Algebra of two or free event | 48 mins | |

| 03 | Conditional probabillity & compound event dependant & independant event | 43 mins | |

| 04 | Bayes theorem & Binomial distribution | 25 mins | |

31 Determinants |

| 01 | Definition, minor & cofactor, Expansion of determinant, properties of determinants | 52 mins | |

| 02 | Properties of determinant, (continued) | 51 mins | |

| 03 | Product of two determinants, symmetric & skew symmetric determinants, differentiation of determinat, cramer’s Rule | 42 mins | |

32 Matrices |

| 01 | Definition, equality of matrices, Type of matrices , Addition of matrices, scalar multiplication | 48 mins | |

| 02 | Multiplication of two matrices, Transpose of a matrix, symmetric and skew symmetric matrix, | 45 mins | |

| 03 | Adjoint of matrix, Inverse of matrix, some special matrices, characteristic equation, system of equations | 52 mins | |

33 Vector |

| 01 | defination of dot product | 28 mins | |

| 02 | Cross product of two vectors & vector equation of line | 33 mins | |

| 03 | Vector equation of line continued product of 3 vectors | 34 mins | |

| 04 | Vector equation of plane + solving vector equation fundamental theormes in planes | 26 mins | |

34 3D |

| 01 | Definition, direction corine, direction ratio, Equation of plane in 3D | 32 mins | |

| 02 | Equation of plane in 3D contineed, Equation of st. line in 3D | 18 mins | |

35 Complex Number |

| 01 | Introduction, Some facts about complex number, General term in complex number (conjugate, Modulus, argument), Square Root of complex number | 60 mins | |

| 02 | Types of complex number, Rotation theorem, Apgebra of complex number, Propertics of conjugate of complex number | 69 mins | |

| 03 | Propertics of modules of compex number, Properties of argument (amplitude) of complex number, Problem section on locus, Modules | 62 mins | |

| 04 | Problem section on argument of complex number, Demoivre’s theorem & application, nth root any complex number, nth root, cube root, forth root of unity | 65 mins | |

| 05 | Question based on nth Root of unity | 59 mins | |

| 06 | Geometry of complex number | 51 mins | |

36 Set & Relation |

| 01 | Definition, Types of sets | 49 mins | |

| 02 | Difference of sets, compliment of sets, and some important result on number of element in sets | 53 mins | |

| 03 | Ordered pair, Cartesian product, relation, inverse relation | 52 mins | |

| 04 | Types of relation | 48 mins | |

| 05 | Examples on equivalence relation | 53 mins | |

37 Mathmetical Reasoning |

| 01 | Defination,Truth Table,Compound Statement,Negation of a statement | 47 mins | |

| 02 | Conditional statement ,Contrapontive statement, Definition of biconditional statement | 45 mins | |

| 03 | Conditional statement, Tautology, Contradiction | 48 mins | |

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