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Vignan University VSAT 2015 Counseling Schedule

May 13th, 2015 No comments

VSAT 2015 Counseling Dates & Schedules – Vignans Scholarship Aptitude Test Counseling Schedule 2015

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Counseling Schedule Vignan University VSAT 2015 Counseling Dates and Schedules has been Published. VSAT 2015 Qualified Students who are in VSAT 2015 Merit List and Whose Rank is below 10,597 and aspires to appear for VSAT 2015 Counseling has to appear to Register for VSAT 2015 Counseling, Attended VSAT 2015 Certificate / Document Verification as per the VSAT 2015 Counseling Dates and Schedules Published below.

Students must note that the Vignan University VSAT 2015 Counseling will be held in two Slots. VSAT 2015 Slot 1 Counseling Starts from 9 AM and VSAT 2015 Slot 2 Counseling Starts from 1 PM. Students must note that the below Schedule is only for Students who are in the VSAT 2015 Merit List. VSAT 2015 Counseling for Waiting List will be announced later.

VSAT 2015 Phase 1 Counseling Schedule :

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Counseling Schedule for Phase 1

Date

Reporting time for Counseling of VSAT 2015 Rankers

Slot – 1 (9am)

Slot – 2 (1 pm)

15.05.2015

1 to 1,000

1,001 to 2,000

16.05.2015

All SC / ST / Differently Abled

Candidates (above 2,000 rank)

All Bi.P.C. students (above

2,000 rank)

17.05.2015

BC category (2,001 to 8,000)

BC category (Above 8,000)

18.05.2015

2,001 to 3,500

3,501 to 5,000

19.05.2015

5,001 to 7,000

7,001 to 8,500

20.05.2015

8,501 to 9,500

9,501 to 10,597

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Documents / Certificates Required for VSAT 2015 Counselling

May 13th, 2015 No comments

VSAT 2015 Document Verification – VSAT 2015 Certificate Verification – List of Certificate / Documents Required for VSAT 2015 Counseling

Documents / Certificates Required for VSAT 2015 Counselling Vignan University VSAT 2015 Qualified Students who are aspiring for Admission to B.Tech Engineering Programs in Vignan University has to attend VSAT 2015 Counselling which will be held as Per the VSAT 2015 Counseling Dates and Schedule along with the List of Certificates / Documents that should be Procedure for VSAT 2015 Counseling Certificate / Document Verification. VSAT 2015 Qualified Students who are interested to appear for Vignan University VSAT 2015 Document Verification are Required to Take the Below Listed Original Documents for VSAT 2015 Counseling for Verification.

For Attending VSAT 2015 Certificate Verification Students has to Attend VIT University on the VITEEE 2015 Counselling Date and Register for VITEEE 2015 Counselling, Students must note that Students who Registered for Counseling will be allowed for VSAT 2015 Document / Certificate Verification and for Further Stages of Counseling and Seat Allotment.

Senior faculty will Verify Certificate / Documents of Applicants at Samskriti Seminar Hall in Vignan University A – Block. Authorites will Verify the Age, Marks Obtained, Qualifying Exam Details and Other Eligibility Criteria at this Stage and If a candidate fails to produce any of these documents, he/she will not be considered to appear for Vignan University VSAT 2015 Counseling and Seat Allotment.

VSAT 2015 Counseling & Seat Allotment Procedure  Documents / Certificates Required for VSAT 2015 Counselling

Documents / Certificates Required for VSAT 2015 Counseling & Verification  :

  1. VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket
  2. VSAT 2015 Counseling letter
  3. 10th class marks memo (Xerox)
  4. 10+2/ equivalent marks memo (downloaded from intermediate)
  5. Date of Birth Certificate(in case of 10th class private students)
  6. Caste Certificate and income certificate for creamy layer ( if applicable )
  7. Two sets of Xerox copies of 10th class, 10+2 and date of birth
  8. Transfer Certificate (T.C), Study certificate and conduct certificate of 10+2/ equivalent (if available)
  9. Six passport size colour photographs
  10. D.D for admission fee + one semester fee; Drawn in favor of VFSTR–GF, payable at Guntur) or Cash which is mandatory for VSAT 2015 seat allotment

Source : List of Documents / Certificates Required for VSAT 2015 Counseling & Verification 

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VSAT 2015 Counseling & Seat Allotment Procedure

May 13th, 2015 No comments

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Counseling, Document Verification and Seat Allotment Procedure

VSAT 2015 Counseling & Seat Allotment Procedure Students who were Qualified in Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test VSAT 2015 Entrance Test, Eligible to appear for VSAT 2015 Counselling and Searching for VSAT 2015 Counseling Procedure are hereby informed that the Vignan University Admission Department has Published Step by Step VSAT 2015 Counseling and Seat Allotment Procedure. A Sequence of events will be held at VSAT 2015 Counseling Center on the Date of VSAT 2015 Counselling for All Students who are attending Vignan University VSAT 2015 Counseling.

VSAT 2015 Counseling for All VSAT 2015 Qualified Students will start from 15th May 2015 and Last Date for Attending VSAT 2015 Counselling is 20th May 2015. Students has to attend the VSAT 2015 Counselling as Per the Dates allotted with List of Certificates / Documents Required for VSAT 2015 Document Verification.

VSAT 2015 Counseling Places and Events :

Step 1 :- Reception (Entry of Samskriti Seminar Hall, A-Block)

Step 2 :- VSAT 2015 Registration and Certificates Verification (Samskriti Seminar Hall, A-Block)

Step 3 :- VSAT 2015 Counseling (Interview Panel Cubicals of Training and Placement Cell, A-block)

Step 4 :- VSAT 2015 Seat allotment, Challan generation for seat and hostel (Conference Hall, Directorate of Admissions, ABlock)

Step 5 :- Hostel Fee/Transportation Fee Payment (UCO Bank Counter, Directorate of Admissions, A-Block)

Step 6 :- Photograph and Health profile recording (Directorate of Admissions, A-Block)

Step 7 :- Certificates submission (Directorate of Admissions, A-Block)

Step 8 :- Education Loans (Finance Section, First Floor, A-block)

VSAT 2015 Counseling & Seat Allotment Procedure:

Process

Venue

Activity

Help Desk Entry of Samskriti Seminar Hall Receives the students, gives proper directions for Vignans

VSAT 2015 Counseling and clarifies their doubts

Registration Samskriti Seminar Hall Students who are attending for VSAT 2015 Counselling has to

Registers for attending the VSAT 2015 Counseling

Certificates Verification Samskriti Seminar Hall Verifies different certificates (as listed separately) as per the

given proforma (verifying 60% aggregate marks, 10+2 certificates etc.)

Counseling Interview Panel Cubicals of

Training and Placement Cell

Senior faculty members explain about the course structure,

job opportunities, future of the course etc and clarifies the

doubts regarding course

Seat allotment Conference Hall of

Admissions

Seat allotment as per norms by verifying eligibility criteria and

signatures on undertaking forms (Becareful about allotment of

B.Tech seats to Bi.P.C. students because they are eligible for

only Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Food Technology and

Biomedical Engg)

Hostel and Transport

information

Conference Hall of

Admissions

Hostel and Transport staff will be available in Conference Hall

of Directorate of Admissions to pass information

Fee Payment (Tution /

Hostel / Transport)

Counter – 1 of Directorate of

Admissions

UCO bank persons will be available in the room of

Dean-Admissions for fee payment by students

Seat allotment order Counter – 2 of Directorate of

Admissions

Based on the payment of fee, seat allotment order will be

generated and handover to student

Health Profile /

Photography

Counter – 3 of Directorate of

Admissions

Health chek up and photographing the student
Certificates Submission Counter – 4 of Directorate of

Admissions

University staff receives the original certificates, issues

acknowledgement and handovers the kit (a bag containing

Code of Conduct for Students, three note books, three pens

and seat allotment order) after receiving one copy of

admission form, undertaking by students regarding balance

fee and certificates etc

Source : VSAT 2015 Counseling and Seat Allotment Procedure

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VSAT 2015 Rank Cards

May 6th, 2015 No comments

Print VSAT 2015 Rank Cards – Download VSAT 2015 Rank Cards – Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test Rank Cads 2015

VSAT 2015 Rank Cards Facility to Print / Download VSAT 2015 Rank Cards are made available for Students. All Students who applied and appeared for Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test, Verified VSAT 2015 Results and waiting for VSAT 2015 Rank Cards are hereby informed that the Vignan University Admission Department has enabled the VSAT 2015 Applicants Print / Download VSAT 2015 Rank cads. Students who are interested can Print VSAT 2015 Rank CardsDownload VSAT 2015 Rank Cards.

Students must note that the VSAT 2015 Rank Cards will not be Dispatched by Post / Courier / Fax. Students who aspires to get VSAT 2015 Rank Cards has to Download the VSAT 2015 Rank Cards using the VSAT 2015 Rank Card Download Portal by Submitting VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket Number and by Following the Procedure to Download VSAT 2015 Rank Cards.

Print / Download VSAT 2015 Rank Cards :

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Procedure to Print / Download VSAT 2015 Rank Cards : 

  1. Open Vignan University Website :  http://vignanuniversity.org/index.php
  2. Click on the Link : Download VSAT 2015 Rank Cards
  3. Enter VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket  Number
  4. Press Submit button
  5. VSAT 2015 Results with Rank Cards Appears on the Screen
  6. View, Save, Download and Print VSAT 2015 Rank Card for Future Reference

Problems in Downloading VSAT 2015 Rank Cards :

Students who are facing Problems while Downloading VSAT 2015 Rank Card can send a Query to Vignan University officials for this students has to ope the link below and Enter Name, Phone Number, VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket Number and Problem your are facing.

Post Query regarding Problems in Downloading VSAT 2015 Rank Cards

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VSAT 2015 Results

May 6th, 2015 No comments

VSAT 2015 Rank List – VSAT 2015 Merit List – VSAT 2015 Online Test Results – Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test Results 2015

VSAT 2015 Results VSAT 2015 Entrance Test Results has been Published. All Students who applied and appeared for VSAT 2015 Online Entrance Test for Admission to B.Tech Engineering Programs in Vignan University for the Academic Year 2015 – 2015 and Searching for VSAT 2015 Results are hereby informed that the VSAT 2015 Authorities has Enabled the VSAT 2015 Applicants to View VSAT 2015 Results Online. Interested Students can check VSAT 2015 Online Test Results.

Students who appeared for VSAT 2015 Online Test can use the VSAT 2015 Results Portal to View VSAT 2015 Results by Following the Procedure to check VSAT 2015 Results and by Submitting their VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket Number. Students must note that the VSAT 2015 Rank Cards will not be send by Post / Courier. Students has to Print / Download VSAT 2015 Rank Cards using the Online Link available below.

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Results:

Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test VSAT 2015 Results   VSAT 2015 Results - Vignan Scholarship Aptitude Test Results 2015

Click here to : Print / Download VSAT 2015 Results Card / Rank Cards  VSAT 2015 Rank Cards - Vignan Scholarship Aptitude Test Rank Cards 2015

Procedure to Check VSAT 2015 Results :

  1. Open Vignan University Website :  http://vignanuniversity.org/index.php
  2. Click on the Link : Download VSAT 2015 Rank Cards
  3. Enter VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket  Number
  4. Press Submit button
  5. VSAT 2015 Results Appears on the Screen
  6. View, Save, Download and Print VSAT 2015 Results Card for Future Reference

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Vignan University VSAT 2015 Results to be announced Today (6.5.2015)

May 6th, 2015 No comments

VSAT 2015 Results – VSAT 2015 Entrance Test Results – VSAT 2015 Online Test Results 

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Results to be announced Today (6.5.2015) Vignan University VSAT Entrance Test Results to be Out Today i.e. 6.5.2015. All Students who applied and Appeared for Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test VSAT 2015 Online Entrance Test held from 23rd to 27th April 2015 and waiting for VSAT 2015 Results are hereby informed that the Vignan University Admission Authorities has announced that the VSAT 2015 Results for B.Tech Admissions will be announced on May 6th 2015. Students who are interested to check VSAT Results can check Vignan University VSAT 2015 Results .

As Per the VSAT 2015 Important Dates Published VSAT 2015 Results are Expected to be Released on 10th May 2015. But as per the Details by Vignan University Vice Chancellor C.Thangaraj has Announced that the VSAT 2015 Online Test Results will be announced on 6.5.2015.

VSAT 2015 Online Entrance Test is held from 23.4.2015 to 27.4.2015 for 5 Days in 37 Vignan University Test Centers. Students who applied and interested can check Vignan University VSAT 2015 Results on Vignan University Website : http://vignanuniversity.org/index.php .

Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test VSAT 2015 Results   Vignan University VSAT 2015 Results to be announced Today (6.5.2015)

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Download VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets

April 15th, 2015 No comments

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets Download

Download VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets VSAT 2015 Admit CardsVSAT 2015 Hall Tickets are available to Download from 15th April 2015. All Students who applied for Admission to B.Tech Engineering Programs in Vignan University through VSAT 2015 Entrance Test and waiting for VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets are hereby informed that the Vignan University Admission Department will Issue the VSAT 2015 Admit Cards and Also Allow the VSAT 2015 Applicants to Print / Download VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets. Students who applied and Interested to Print VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets can View, Save, Print and Download VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets.

Vignans Scholastic Aptitude Test Hall TicketsVSAT 2015 Hall Tickets will be available in two Forms Students can use any one of the Following Ways to Get VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets.

  1. Dispatch of VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket by Post / Courier
  2. Print / Download VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets

Vignans Scholastic Aptitude Test Hall Tickets 2015 :

Dispatch of VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets by Post / Courier :

All Students who applied for Vignan University VSAT 2015 Entrance Test are hereby informed that the Vignan University will Dispatch VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets by Post / Courier to the Address mentioned in the VSAT 2015 Application Form.

Print / Download VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket : 

Students who did not receive the VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets by Post can use the VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket Download Link to Print / Download VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket by Submitting their VSAT 2015 Application Number or VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket Number.

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Details Published in VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets : 

Given belwo are some of the Details Published in VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets.

  1. VSAT 2015 Applicants Name,
  2. VSAT 2015 Applicants Photograph.
  3. VSAT 2015 Applicants Signature,
  4. VSAT 2015 Test Center Address
  5. VSAT 2015 Test Date & Time and
  6. Instructions for appearing VSAT 2015 Entrance Test

Discrepancy / Mistakes in VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets  : 

All Students who had Received Vignan University VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket are hereby informed to check Vignan University VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets Once the received should be carefully Examined by the candidate. If Students found any Mistakes in VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket - Discrepancies in VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets. It should immediately be brought to the notice of the Dean-Admissions, Vignans University(admissions@vignanuniversity.org)

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Duplicate Hall Ticket : 

Click here to check : Vignan University VSAT 2015 Duplicate Hall Ticket  Download VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets

Some Important Points Regarding VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets :

  1.  VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets will be issued for Students who are eligible and Successfully Submitted Application Form
  2. Students will not be allowed to Enter the VSAT 2015 Examination Hall without a Valid VSAT 2015 Hall Tickets.
  3. VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket is an Important Document so Students must Preserve VSAT 2015 Hall Ticket till the Admission / Counseling Process is over.

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Vignan University 2015 Placements till March

March 23rd, 2015 No comments

Vignan University Final Placements Statistics and Salary Details 2014 – 2015

Vignan University 2015 Placements VIGNAN University Campus Placements for the Academic year 2014 – 2015 has been Published. All Students who are aspiring for Admission to B.Tech Engineering Programs in Vignan University and Searching for Vignan University Campus Placements 2015 are hereby informed that the Vignan University has Published Vignan University Final Placements Report for year 2015. www.myengg.com has Published the Complete details regarding Vignan University 2015 Placements Statistics and Salary details.Interested Students can check Vigna University 2015 Placements StatisticsVignan University 2015 Salary Details.

Given below are the Vignan University 2015 Complete Placements Details Interested Students can check Vignan University 2015 Placements Key Statistics, Vignan University 2015 Placements Statistics & Salary Details Company Wise and Vignan University 2015 Placements Statistics & Salary Details Company wise.

Vignan University 2015 Placements Statistics and Salary Details :

Vignan University 2015 Placements Key Statistics :

Total Number of Companies Visited Vignan University 2015 Campus Placements : 36

Total Number of offered made in Vignan University 2015 Campus Placements : 309

Company offered Highest Number of offers in Vignan University 2015 Placements : TCS (159)

Companies offered 0 Placements in Vignan University 2015 Placements are : Indian Navy, Veda IIT, Path Partner and CYIENT ltd

Vignan University 2015 Placements Salary Ranges :

Highest Salary Package offered in Vignan University 2015 Campus Placements : 4.5 – 5 Lakhs Per Annum

Average Salary Package offered in Vignan University 2015 Campus Placements : 2.5 Lakhs Per Annum

Lowest Salary Package offered in Vignan University 2015 Campus Placements : 1.32 Lakhs Per Annum

Vignan University 2015 Placements Statistics Branch Wise :

Vignan University 2015 Branch wise Placements

Branch Name

Code

Offers Made

Electronics and Communication Engineering

ECE

127

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

EEE

42
Computer Science Engineering

CSE

68

Information Technology

IT

6

Mechanical Engineering

MECH

34

MCT

2

Civil Engineering

CIVIL

1

Bio Technology

BT

2

Chemical & Textile Engineering

CH & TE

4

Master of Computer Applications

MCA

0

Master of Business Administration

MBA

19

M.Tech in ECE

MT ECE

1

M.Tech in EEE

MT EEE

2

M.Tech in CSE

MT CSE

0

Vignan University 2015 Placements Statistics Company Wise :

Vignan University 2015 Placements

S.No

Company Name

Salary

Offers Made

1

TCS

3.2lac

159

2

Med Plus

1.32lac

6

3

Indian Navy

4.5lac

0

4

Veda IIT

2.5lac

0

5

Open Text

4.5lac

2

6

Fony Techonolgies

3.6lac

9

7

Amaraja

3.2lac

13

8

Satayam Ventures

2.10lac

2

9

EC -Council

2.5lac

6

10

Efftronics

3.6lac

2

11

NTT Data

3.5lac

3

12

Ways 2 Capital

2.88lac

1

13

Shrey Electric Sales

2.88lac

4

14

The Associate services

1.44lac

1

15

Suzalon

4.5-5lac

1

16

Polaris

3.5

8

17

Ocean India

1.80 lac

3

18

Osmosys

3lac

3

19

IBM

2.5lac

1

20

Mphasis

2.5lac

6

21

CMC ltd

2.40lac

16

22

Path Partner technologies

4.22 lac

0

23

Apps associates

3.5lac

3

24

CYIENT ltd

2.75lac

0

25

ADP

4.02lac

26

Max group of companies

1.5lac

4

27

Amaraja

2.5lac

0

28

TCS (offcampus)

29

GREedge

2.10 lac

30

MAQ Software

31

West line ship management

3.5lac

54

32

CSS Corp

33

Virtusa

3.3lac

1

34

Riktam technologies

35

JMC Projects Pvt ltd

3.12 lac

1

36

Viteos
TOTAL

309

Vignan University Past Placements Statistics and Salary Details : 

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VSAT 2015 Physics Syllabus

March 16th, 2015 No comments

VSAT 2015 Entrance Test Physics Syllabus – Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test Physics Syllabus 2015

VSAT 2015 Physics Syllabus VSAT 2015 Admission Test Physics Syllabus has been Published. All Students who are aspiring for Admission to B.Tech Engineering Programs in Vignan University and Searching for VSAT 2015 Physics Entrance Test Syllabus are hereby informed that the Vignan University Admission Department has Published VSAT 2015 Physics Syllabus. Students who are searching for VSAT 2015 Test Physics Syllabus and interested to check VSAT 2015 Entrance Test Syllabus can check Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test Physics Syllabus 2015.

VSAT 2015 Entrance Test Physics Syllabus includes Various Units, Topics and Sub Topics. Students who aspires to Crack VSAT 2015 Physics Entrance Test has to Cover all Units, Topics and Sub Topics

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Syllabus :

Vignan University Scholarship Aptitude Test Syllabus   VSAT 2015 Physics Syllabus

Vignan University VSAT 2015 Physics Syllabus :

Unit 1: Physical world

What is Physics? , Scope and excitement of physics, physics technology and society, fundamental forces in nature, Nature of physical laws

Units and Dimensions and Measurement

Units for fundamental and derived quantities, system of units, rules for writing units, multiple and submultiples units in S.I system, Accuracy and precision, errors, types of errors – random errors, gross errors, systematic errors, absolute errors, mean absolute error, relative error, percentage error, errors due to addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and powers of observed quantities, dimensions of physical quantities, dimensional formulae, applications and limitations of dimensional analysis, significant figures

Vectors

Scalars and vectors, types of vectors – equal, null and unit vectors, position vector, parallelogram law of vectors – applications, Triangle of law of vectors – applications, expression for resultant vector, polygon law of vectors, concept of relative velocity – application to relative motion of a boat in a river, multiplication of vector with scalar product with examples, vector product with examples

Rotatory Motion

Basic concepts – angular displacement, angular velocity, angular acceleration, centripetal and centrifugal force applications, motion of a body in a vertical circle, concept of Torque and couple, Angular momentum, moment of Inertia – parallel and perpendicular axes theorems, M. I. of a thin rod, uniform disc, rectangular lamina, solid sphere, hollow sphere, circular ring, solid cylinder, hollow cylinder, law of conservation of angular momentum with       examples, rolling motion

Gravitation

Universal law of gravitation, nature of gravity, relation between g and G, Keplers laws,variation of acceleration due to gravity with altitude, depth, latitude and shape of the earth – inertial and non – inertial frames inertial and gravitational masses – escape velocity – orbital velocity – geostationary satellites and their uses

Unit 2: Kinematics

Motion in a straight line, uniform motion, uniformly accelerated motion using position – time, velocity – time graphs, and relations for uniformly accelerated motion – concept of acceleration due to gravity equations of motion of freely  falling body – vertically projected bodies from ground and tower. Motion in a plane with constant acceleration, projectiles oblique projection, horizontal projection from top of a tower – applications

Laws of motion (Dynamics)

Force and Inertia, Newtons first law of motion; momentum, Newtons second law of motion; Impulse, apparent weight, Newtons third law of motion; law of conservation of linear momentum and its applications, equilibrium of a particle, At woods machine, objects suspended by strings, blocks placed in contact with each other on frictionless horizontal surface

Work, Power and Energy

Definitions and units of work – power – energy, work done by variable force, expressions for P.E. & K.E., work – energy theorem, law of conservation of energy examples

Collisions

Collisions in one dimension – elastic and inelastic collision, coefficient of restitution, equation for height attained by freely falling body after a number of rebounds on the floor, collisions in two Dimensions.

Centre of mass

Definition of centre of mass – examples – centre of gravity – co-ordinates of centre of mass, characteristics, centre of mass of rigid body with homogeneous distributions of mass – thin rod, circular ring, disc, sphere.

Friction

Types of friction – static, kinetic and rolling – causes of friction – methods to reduce friction – motion of a body on the rough horizontal surface – pushing and pulling of lawn roller – acceleration, velocity of a body sliding on smooth and rough inclined planes

Unit 3: Mechanical properties of solids

Stress – strain  Hooks law – modulii of elasticity (Y, n, K) poissons ratio – behaviour of a wire under increasing load, elastic fatigue, strain energy, Searls experiment, Determination of Youngs modulus of material of a wire, Applications of elastic behavior of materials.

Mechanical properties of fluids

Surface Tension

Surface tension – definition – examples, molecular theory – force due to surface tension – applications, surface energy, work done in splitting the liquid drop – applications, angle of contact, capillarity – example, experimental determination of surface tension by capillary rise method, excess pressure inside a liquid drop and soap bubble  applications

Fluid mechanics and viscosity

Principle of buoyancy – pressure energy in a fluid, Pascals law, variation of pressure with depth, atmospheric pressure and guage pressure, hydraulic machines , equation of continuity and Bernoullis theorem -applicationto aerodynamic lift and motion of spinning ball, Torricellis law, venture meter, Blood flow and heart attack, steam line flow – turbulent flows – characteristics of stream line flow – turbulent flow – Poisuilles equation – Stokes formula Terminal velocity-Reynolds number.

Unit 4:  Oscillations

Definitions and examples – displacement, velocity, acceleration, time period, frequency – time period of simple pendulum, spring pendulum, force constant, K.E. and P.E. of a body in SHM, systems executing S.H.M., DampedS.H.M

Wave motion and Sound waves

Types of waves; longitudinal and transverse, progressive wave and its equation, stationary wave and its equation, principle of superposition of waves, reflection of waves, formation of stationary waves in stretched strings, laws of vibrating strings, sonometer, characteristics of sound, speed of sound in solids, liquids and gases, free and forced vibrations, resonance, standing waves in organ pipes – closed and open pipes (harmonics and overtones), Beats – definition and applications – Doppler effect – expressions for apparent frequency of sound in different cases – applications and limitation of Doppler effect – Echoes – absorption of sound waves – reverberation time.

Unit 5: Ray Optics

Reflection of light by spherical mirrors, Theories of light – Refraction of light at plane surface – prism – R.I. of – prism -critical angle – total internal reflection – application optical fibre – Lens makers formula – applications, lens theory, defects in images-spherical and chromatic aberrations and methods of their reduction – optical instruments simple and compound microscopes – astronomical and terrestrial telescopes – Ramsdens eyepiece- Huygens eye piece, kinds of spectra – emission, line, band and continuous spectra – absorption spectra – applications, fraunhoffer lines and their significance. Some natural phenomenon of sunlight

Physical Optics

Huygens principle Interference of light – coherent sources – conditions for interference, Youngs double slit experiment – fringe width – diffraction different classes of diffraction – Fresnels and Fraunhofers diffraction application – polarization – production of plane polarized light by reflection and refraction – double refraction Polaroids

Unit 6: Magnetism & Matter

Coulombs inverse square law, magnetic field, magnetic lines of force, uniform and non – uniform magnetic fields couple acting on a bar magnet, magnetic moment – Bon axial and equatorial lines – Tangent law – deflection.

magnetometer – comparison of magnetic moments in Tan A and Tan B, position in equal distance and null methods- verification of inverse square law  vibration magnetometer – experimental determination of M and BH – dia, para and ferromagnetic materials, properties and uses, Magnetism and Gausss law, Earths magnetism,Magnetisation and magnetic intensity, Hysteresisgraph.

Electrostatics

Electric charge – properties, coulombs inverse square law – principle of superposition with examples – concept of electric – field electric lines of force and their properties – electric intensity – Intensity due to isolated charge and due to multiple charges, Electric dipole, Dipole in uniform external field – electrostatic potential, definition- potential due to point charge and group of charges – relation between V and E, electrostatic potential energy, electric flux, Gauss law-Applications of Gauss law to find electric intensity and potential due to continuous charge distribution of infinite wire and infinite plane sheet and spherical shell, potential due to electric dipole, Electrostatics of conductors, dielectrics and polarization, capacitance – dielectric constant – condenser-definition and its uses – parallel plate condenser – effect of dielectric on capacitance of capacitors, capacitors in series and parallel, energy stored in a capacitor – types of capacitors – their uses, Vande- Graff generator

Current Electricity

Electriccurrent,  driftvelocity,  mobility,  Ohms  law  and  applications,  resistance,  conductance,  specific resistance, specific conductance, variation of resistance and resistivity with temperature – thermostat – effective resistance in different cases, EMF of a cell electrical energy – electrical power and their units – Kirchoffs laws application to Wheatstone bridge – condition for balancing – metre bride – potentiometer applications.

Unit 7: Moving charges and magnetism

Oersteds experiment, different laws to determine the direction of magnetic field – Biot-Savarts law – Amperes law, solenoid and Toroid, magnetic field near a long straight conductor, circular coil – tangent galvanometer, force ona moving charge and current carrying conductor in a magnetic field – force between two straight and parallel conductors, Torque on current loop, magnetic dipole, Flemings left hand rule – working of moving coil galvanometer – conversion of MCG into ammeter and voltmeter

Electro magnetic induction

Electro magnetic induction, Experiments of Faraday & Henry, Faradays law, – Flemings right hand rule, Lenzs law, eddy currents, self inductance – mutual inductance – transformer – growth and decay of charge in C – R circuit connected to dc source – growth and decay of current in L – R circuit connected to dc source – time constant in C – R , L – R circuits significance, A.C generator.

Alternating currents

Instantaneous, peak mean and rms values of alternating current and alternating voltage applied to pure resistor, pure inductor, L – R, C – R and LCR circuits, power factor, LC oscillations.

Electro magnetic waves:-

Displacement current, Electro magnetic waves , Wlectro magnetic spectrum.

Unit 8: Dual nature of matter and radiation

Discovery of electron – specific charge of the electron by J.J. Thomsons method – Millikans oil drop experiment, photoelectric effect -laws of photoelectric effect – Einsteins photo electric equation – Millikans experimental verification of PEE, photo electric cells, de Broglies hypothesis – matter waves, wave nature of matter, Davisson and Germer experiment

Atoms

Alpha particals scattering and Rutherfords nuclear model of Atom, Atomic spectra, Bhors model of hydrogenatom, lines spectra of hydrogen atom, De Brogles explanation of Bhors second postulate of Quantization

Nuclei Nucleus and its composition, mass defect, binding energy, binding energy curve, natural radio activity α, β,γ rays-properties, radioactive decay law, half life and average life, nuclear forces and their properties  discovery of Neutron, radio isotopes and uses, artificial transmutation, nuclear fission, chain reaction, nuclear reactor, Nuclear fusion – energy of sun and stars (carbon – nitrogen cycle, proton – proton cycle).

Semiconductor Devices

Intrinsic & extrinsic semi conductors, p – type, n – type, P – N junction, junction diode, forward bias, reverse bias, current – voltage characteristics – rectifiers – Half wave and full wave rectifiers – zener diode as voltage regulator, transistor – PNP, NPN transistors and their working, V – I characteristics of transistor in CE configuration, Transistor as amplifier, digital electronics,   logic (OR, AND, NOT, NAND, NOR) integrated circuits, special purpose PN junction diode.

Communication Systems

Elements of communication system (block diagrams), band width of signals (speech, TV and digital data) Band with of transmission medium,  propagation of electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere, sky and space wave propagation modulation, Amplitude modulation, production of amplitude modulated wave detection of amplitude modulated wave.

Unit 9:  Temperature and thermal expansion of Solids, Liquids and Gases

Thermal expansion of materials using potential energy curve (only qualitative treatment), coefficient of linear (a), area (b) and volume (r) expansions, the coefficients of real (rr) and apparent (ra) expansion of liquid, variation of density of solids and liquids with temperature, specific gravity bottle method for the determination of , anamalous expansion of water and its significance in nature, volume and pressure coefficients of gases-their relationship – Regnaults apparatus – Boyels law, Charles law – ideal gas equation – universal gas constant significance.

Thermodynamics

Heat – definition – calorie, thermal capacity, specific heat, latent heat – calorimetry – determination of specific heat and latent heat by method of mixtures – Joules law – first law and second law of thermodynamics, heat engine – refrigerator, phases of matter – triple point of water – specific heats of gases Cp, Cv and their relationship – Isothermal and adiabatic processes – relationships between P, V and T in adiabatic process – external work done by ideal gas in adiabatic, isothermal processes.

Transmission of heat

Conduction – coefficient of thermal conductivity – convection – free and forced convection – thermal radiation properties, provosts theory of heat exchange – emissive and absorptive power of bodies – black body radiation – kirchoffs law and its applications – Stefans law – Newtons law of cooling.

Kinetic Theory

Molecular nature of matter, Behaviour of gases, kinetic theory of an ideal gas, Law of equipartition  of energy, specific heat capacity, Mean free path.

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Unit 1: Stoichiometry 

Some basic concepts , Law of Chemical combinations, Gay Lussacs law of Gaseous Volumes, Daltons atomic theory, Avogradros law, Atomic and molecular masses – mole concept and molarmass concept of equivalent weight. Percentage composition of compounds and calculations of empirical and molecular formulae of compounds, stoichiometry and Stoichimetric calculations, Methods of expressing concentrations of Solutions, Redox reactions, Oxidation number concept, Types of redox reactions, Balancing of redox reactions -   oxidation number of method-half reaction (ion-electron) method, Redox reactions in titrimetry.

Unit 2: States of matter: Gaseous and Liquids 

Intermolecular forces, Thermal energy intermolecular forces vs Thermal interactions, The gaseous state, The gas laws, Ideal gas equation, Grahams law of diffusion – Daltons law of partial pressures, Kinetic molecular theory of gases, Kinetic gas equation of an ideal gas (no derivation) – Deduction of gas laws from Kinetic gas equation Distribution of molecular Speeds – rms, average and most probable Speeds – Kinetic energy of gas molecules, Behaviour of real gases. Deviation from ideal gas behavior-compressibility factor vs pressure diagrams of real gases, Liquefaction of gases, Liquid state – properties of liquids interms of inter molecular interactions – vapour pressure, Viscosity and surface tension (Qualitative idea only, no mathematical derivation).

Unit 3: Solid State

General characteristics of Solid state, Amorphous and Crystalline Solids, Classification of Crystalline Solids, probing the structure of Solids, X-ray Crystallography, Crystal Lattices and unit cells, Number of Atoms in a unit cell, closed packed structures, packing efficiency, calculations involving unit cell Dimensions, imperfections in Solids, Electrical properties, Magnetic properties.

Unit 4: Atomic Structures

Sub-atomic particles, Atomic models – Rutherfords nuclear model of atom Developments to the Bohrs model of atom, Bohrs model for hydrogen atom, Towards Quantum mechanical model of the Atom, Quantum mechanical model of an atom, Important features of Quantum mechanical model of atom-orbitals and Quantum numbers – Shapes of atomic orbitals – energies of orbitals – filling of orbitals in atoms, Auf bau principle, paulis exclusion principle and Hunds rule of maximum multiplicity – Electronic configurations of atoms – stability of half filled and completely filled arbitals.

Unit 5: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

Kossel -Lewis approach to chemical bonding, concept of ionic and covalent bonds Ionic bonding: Formation of ionic bonds, factors affecting the formation of ionic bonds, calculation of lattice enthalpy Covalent Bonding: Concept  of electro negativity, Fajans rule, dipolemoment, dative bond, Bond parameters, The Valence  Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) theory, Valence bond theory, Hybridisation, involving  S, P and D orbitals, Resonance. Molecular Orbital Theory – Its important features, LCAOs, types of molecular orbitals (bonding, antibonding),   sigma   and   pi-bonds   molecular   orbital   electronic   configurations   of   homonuclear diatomic molecules, concept of bond order, bond length and bond energy, Elementary idea of Hydrogen bond.

Unit 6: Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics terms, system and surrounding, Extensive and intensive properties, state functions, types of processes First law of Thermodynamic – concept of work, heat internal energy and enthalpy  heat capacity, molar heat capacity, measurements of ∆u and ∆H, calorimetry. Enthalpy change ∆r H of a reaction – Reaction enthalpyenthalpies for different types of reactions, spontaneity is decrease in enthalpy a Criterion for Spontaneity, entropy and spontaneity entropy, Spontaneity and second law of thermodynamics. Gibbs energy change and equilibrium absolute entropy and Third law of thermodynamics.

Unit 7: Solutions

Types of solutions, Expressing concentration of a solutions, Mass percentage W/W , Volume percentage (V/V) Mass by volume percentage(W/V), parts per million. Mole fraction, Molarity, Normality, Molality, Solubility of a solid in a liquid, Solubility of a gas in a liquid. Henrys law applications vapour pressure of liquid – liquid solutions. Raoults laws as a special case of Henrys law, vapour pressure of solutions of solids in liquids. Ideal solutions, non ideal solutions, colligative properties and Determination of molarmass: relative lowering of vapour pressure Elevation of Boiling point, Depression of Freezing point, Osmosis and Osmatic  pressure, Reverse Osmosis and water purification Abnormal molar masses.

Unit 8: Chemical equilibrium

Meaning of equilibrium, concept of dynamic equilibrium

Equilibrium involving physical    process : Solid-liquid equilibrium, liquid-vapour equilibrium, Solid-vapour equilibrium. Equilibrium involving dissociation of solids or gases in liquids, General character- istics of equilibria involving physical processes

Equilibrium involving chemical processes: Dynamic equilibrium  Law of chemical equilibrium and  equilibrium constant, Homo generous equilibria, Heterogeneous equilibria, Applications of equilibrium constants, Relationship between equilibrium constant(K),reaction quotient (Q) and Gibbs energy (G), Factors affecting equilibria, Application of Lechateliers principle.

Unit 9: Acids & Bases

Ionic equilibrium in solution, Arrhenius concept of acids and bases, The Bronsted-Lowry Acids and bases, Lewis Acids and Bases Ionization of Acids and bases, Ionization constant of water and its Ionic Product, The PH scale, Ionization of Weak bases Relation between Ka and Kb, Di and poly basic acids and Di and poly acidic bases, Factors affecting acid strength, common ion effect in the ionization of acids and bases, Hydrolysis of salts and the PH of their solutions, Buffer solutions, Designing buffer solution, Solubility equilibria of sparingly soluble salts, solubility product constant common ion effect on solubility of salts.

Unit 10: Electrochemistry

Electrochemical cells, galvanic  cells,  Measurement  of  electrode potential, Nernst equation, Equilibrium Constant from Nernst equation, electro-chemical cell and Gibbs energy of the reaction, conductance of electrolytic solutions, Measurement of the conductivity of ionic solutions, variation of conductivity and Molar conductivity with concentration, Kohlrausch law and its application, Electrolytic cells and electrolysis, Faradays laws of electrolysis, Products of electrolysis, Batteries, Primary secondary batteries fuel cells.

Unit 11: Chemical Kinetics

Rate of a chemical reaction, units of rate of a reaction, factors influencing  Rate of  a reaction, Dependence of Rate on concentration, Rate expression and Rate constant, Order of a reaction, units of rate constant, Molecularity of a reaction, Integrated rate equations, Zero Order reactions, First order reactions, Half-life of a reaction, Pseudo first order reaction, Temperature dependence of the rate of a reaction, Effect of Catalyst, Collision theory of Chemical reaction rates

Unit 12: Surface Chemistry

Adsorption – Adsorption in action, Distinction between Adsorption  and Absorption, Mechanism of Adsorption , Types of Adsorption, Characteristics of Physisorption and chemisorptions, Adsorption  isotherms, Adsorption from solution phase Applications of Adsorption.

Catalysis:  Homogeneous and  Heterogeneous  Catalysis, Adsorption theory of Heterogeneous catalysis, Important features of solid Catalysts, Shape-selective Catalyis by Zeolites, Enzyme catalysis catalysts in industry Colloids: Classification of Colloids based on physical state, the nature of interaction, type of particles of Dispersed phase and dispersion medium, preparation of colloids, Purification and properties of colloidal solutions, coagulation of lyophilic sols, emulsions, Colloids Arounds us.

Unit 13: Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

Need of classify elements, Genesis of periodic classification, Modern periodic law and present form of the periodic table, Nomenclature of elements with atomic number greater than 100 Electronic Configuration and types of elements s,p,d and f blocks. Trends in properties of elements atomic and ionic radii, Ionization enthalpy, electron gain enthalpy , Electro negativity, Valency, Oxidation states, Metallic and non-metallic Periodic Trends and chemical Reactivity.

Unit 14: General principles of Metallurgy

Occurrence of metals, concentration of ores, Levigation, Magnetic separation, forth floatation method, leaching. Extraction  of  crude  metal  from  concentrated  ore,  conversion  to  oxide,  reduction  of  oxide  to  metal, thermodynamic principles of metallurgy, Ellingham diagram, Applications, Extraction of iron from its oxides, Extraction of copper from cuprous oxide, Extraction of zinc from zinc oxide, Electro chemical principles of metallurgy oxidation-Reduction, Refining distillation, Liquation, poling electrolytic refining, zone refining, vapour phase refining, uses of Al, Cu, Zn and Fe.

Unit 15: Hydrogen and its Compounds

Hydrogen: Position of hydrogen in periodic table, isotopes, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen, Hydrides ionic, covalent, Metallic Hydrides.

Water:  Structure of H2o, Physical and chemical properties of water, hard and soft water, Hardness of water

Hydrogen peroxide preparation, Physical and chemical properties, storage, uses, Hydrogen as a fuel

Unit 16: S-Block elements (Alkali and alkaline earth metals) Group 1 Elements

Alkali metals: Electronic configurations, atomic and ionic radii ionization enthalpy, hydration enthalpy, physical properties, chemical properties, uses. General characteristics of the compounds of the alkali metals, oxides, halides, salts of oxyacides, Anomalous properties of lithium, some important compounds of sodium, sodium  carbonate,  sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide,  sodium  hydrogen carbonate, Biological importance of sodium and potassium.

Group 2 elements Alkaline earth elements; Electronic configuration ionization enthalpy, Hydration enthalpy, physical and chemical properties, uses General characteristics of compounds of the alkaline earth metals oxides, hydroxides, halides salts of oxyacids (carbonates, sulphates and nitrates) anomalous behavior of beryllium, its diagonal relationship with aluminum, some important compounds of calcium (Cao, Ca(OH)2, Caco3, plaster of Paris, cement), Biological importance of Magnesium and calcium.

Unit 17: P- Blocks Elements

Group 13 to Group 18 Elements

Group 13

General Introduction- Electronic configuration atomic radii ionization enthalpy, electro negativity physical & chemical properties, important trends and anomalous properties of boron , some important compounds of boron-borax, orthoboric acid, diborane uses of boron, aluminium and their compounds

Group 14

General Introduction- Electronic configuration atomic radii ionization enthalpy, electro negativity, physical 7 chemical properties, important trends and anomalous properties of carbon, Allotropes of carbon, uses of carbon. Some important compounds of carbon and silicon- CO, CO2, SiO2, silicones,silicates and zeolites.

Group 15

Introduction, DiNitrogen, Ammonia, oxides of nitrogen, Nitric acid, phosphorus allotropic forms, phosphine, phosphorous halides and oxoacids of phosphorous.

Group 16

Introduction, Dioxygen, simple oxides, ozone, sulphur allotropic forms, sulphur dioxide oxoacids of sulphur, sulphuric acid

Group 17

Introduction chlorine preparation and properties and uses, hydrogen chloride oxoacids of halogens, inter halogen compounds

Group 18

Introduction-Occurrence, Electronic canfiguraion ionization enthalpy, Atomic radii, Electron gain enthalpy physical and chemical properties. Compounds of XeF2, XeF4, XeF6, XeO3, XeOF4 prepartions and properties.

Unit 18: D- and F – Block Elements and Coordination Compounds

Transition Elements

Position in the periodic table, Electronic configuration General properties of the trasition elements physical properties ionization enthalpy, oxidation states, atomic radii colour, catalytic behavior, magnetic properties, complex formation, Alloy formation, formation of inter stitial compounds, trends in the M2+/M3+/M2+  standard electrode potentials, some important compounds of transition elements oxides and oxoanions of metals. Potassium dichromate, potassium permanganate

Inner Transition Elements

Lanthanoids & Acitinoids Electronic configuration, Atomic and ionic sizes, oxidation states, general characteristics

Coordination Compounds

Werners theory of coordination compounds, Definitions of some terms used in coordination compounds, Bonding in metal carbonyls stability of coordination compounds, impotance and Applications of coordination compounds.

Unit 19: Environmental Chemistry

Definition of terms, Air, water and soil pollutions, Environmental pollution – Atmospheric pollution, Acid rain, particulate pollutants, Stratospheric pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, perticides industrial wastes, strategies to control environmental pollution Green chemistry.

Unit 20: Purification and characterization of organic compounds

Purification – Crystallization, sublimation, distillation, differential extraction and chromatography – principles and their applications Qualitative analysis – Detection of nitrogen, sulphur, phosphorous and halogens

Quantitative analysis (basic principles only) – Estimation of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, halogens, sulphur, phosphorus Calculations of empirical formulae and molecular formulae; Numerical problems in organic quantitative analysis

Unit 21: Some basic principles of organic chemistry

Tetravalency of carbon, shapes of simple molecules – hybridization (s and p), Classification of organic compounds based on functional groups: – C = C -, – C- C – and those containing halogens, oxygen, nitrogen and sulphur, Homologous series, Isomerism – structural and stereoisomerism

Nomenclature (Trivial and IUPAC)

Covalent bond fission – Hemolytic and heterolysis: free radicals, carbonations and carbanions, stability of carbonations and free radicals, electrophiles and nucleophiles

Electronic displacement in a covalent bond – Inductive effect, electromeric effect, resonance and hyper conjugation Common types of organic reactions – Substitution, addition, elimination and rearrangement

Unit 22: Hydrocarbons

Classification, isomerism, IUPAC nomenclature, general methods of preparation, properties and reactions Alkanes – Conformations: Sawhorse and Newman projections (of ethane), Mechanism of halogenations of alkanes Alkenes – Geometrical isomerism, Mechanism of electrophilic addition of hydrogen, halogens, water, hydrogen halides (Markownikoffs and peroxide effect), Ozonolysis, oxidation, and polymerization Alkynes – Acidic character, addition of hydrogen, halogens, water and hydrogen halides, Polymerization Aromatic hydrocarbons-Nomenclature, benzene – structure and aromaticity, Mechanism of electrophilic substitution, halogenation, nitration, Friedel – Crafts alkylation and acylation, directive influence of functional group in mono- substituted benzene

Unit 23: Halo alkanes and halo arenes

Classification, nomenclature nature of C-X bond, methods of preparation, physical properties, chemical properties, substitution reactions SN1, SN2  mechanism, stereo chemical aspects of nucleophilic substitution reactions, elimination reactions elimination versus substitution, reactions of halo arenes, nucleo-philic substitution, electro philic substitutions, reaction with metals poly halogen compounds, CH2Cl2, CHCl3,CCl4, Freons, DDT

Unit 24: Alcohols and phenols

Classification, nomenclature, structure of functional groups preparation of Alcohols and phenols, physical properties, chemical reactions, cleavage of O-H bond reactions, esterification   cleavage of C-O reactions, Reactions of Phenols kolbes reaction, reimer-Tiemann reaction, Comercially important alcohols, CH3OH, C2H5OH

Unit 25: Ethers

Nomenclature, preparations of ethers,William son synthesis,physical properties chemical properties,cleavage of C-O bond in ethers, Electrophilic substitution.

Unit 26: Carbonyl Compounds

Aldehydes and Ketones, Nomenclature, Structure of carbonyl group preparation of aldehydes and ketones physical   properties, chemical reactions, Nucleophilic addition reactions, reduction reactions, oxidation reactions, reactions due to α- Hydrogen, Cannizzaro reaction, electrophilic substitution reaction, uses of aldehydes and ketones.

Unit 27: Carboxylic Acids

Nomenclature, preparation of carboxylic acids physical properties, chemical reactions, Reactions involving cleavage of O-H bond, Reactions involving cleavage of C-OH bond, substitution Reactions in the Hydrocarbon part uses of carboxylic acids.

Unit 28: Organic Compounds containing nitrogen.

Amines: Structure of amines, classification, Nomenclature, preparation of amines, physical properties chemical reactions, Basic character of amines, Alkylation, Acylation, carbyl amine   reaction, Reaction with HNo2,  aryl sulphony I chloride, Electrophilic substitution, bromination, Nitration, Sulphonation.

Diazonium Salts:  Methods of preparation of diazonium salts physical properties chemical reactions, coupling reaction. Importance of diazonium salts on Synthesis of Aromatic Compounds.

Cyanides and isocyanides: Structures of cyanides and isocyanides preparations, physical properties chemical reactions, uses.

Unit 29: Polymers

General introduction and classification of polymers, general methods of polymerization- addition and condensation, copolymerization, Natural and synthetic rubber and vulcanisation, some important polymers with emphasis on their monomers and uses polythene, nylon, polyester and bakelite.

Unit 30: Bio-molecules

General introduction and importance of bio-molecules.

Carbohydrates – Classification, aldoses and ketoses, monosaccharides (glucose and fructose), constituent monosaccharides of oligosaccharides (sucrose, lactose, maltose) and polysaccharides (starch, cellulose, glycogen).

Proteins: Elementary Idea of – amino acids, peptide bond polypeptide, proteins, primary, secondary, tertiary and quarternary structure (qualitative idea only), denaturation of proteins, enzymes.

Vitamins – Classification and functions.

Nucleic Acids – Chemical constitution of DNA and RNA, Primary structure of DNA, Replication of DNA, Transcription and protein synthesis, Heredity (genetic code)

Hormones – Classification and structural features, General biological functions of animal hormones. Lipids – Classification, Structure and function in bio-systems

Unit 31: Chemistry in everyday life

Chemical in medicines – Analgesics, tranquilizers, antiseptics, disinfectants, antimicrobials, antifertility drugs, antibiotics, antacids, antihistamines – their meaning and common examples.

Chemical in food – Preservatives, artificial sweetening agents – common examples

Cleansing agents – Soaps and detergents, cleansing action.

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