CBSE Board Syllabus for Physics
CBSE Syllabus 2013 for Physics for the standards 1st to 12th all is available here on the portal of the edurite board. The board’s papers, textbooks and syllabus are available here on the same page. CBSE stands for the central board of secondary education and is a board of the education for both the public and private schools. The CBSE Physics Syllabus 2013 for the yearly exams conducted by the central board of secondary education is skilled through the classroom sessions in the affiliated government and private schools. The schools that are associated with the CBSE board are bound the exam system and have to follow the NCERT syllabus as per the guidelines specified by the central board of secondary education. All the information regarding the syllabus of any subject is provided on the portal of the edurite board. For the examination the students are generally at the hype of nervousness. To make them stress free the CBSE board makes some changes in the syllabus. All information is listed according to the classes on the portal.
The syllabus of physics for class 12th comprises of two components theory and practical work. Theory has the weight ages of 70% while practical work has the weight ages of 30% marks in the result. The CBSE Syllabus for Physics 2013 includes the equal weight ages of electricity, magnetism, optics, Atoms and nuclei and devices and communication system. The 70% weight ages is also divided according to the topics above defined.
Electrostatics (8), current electricity (7), magnetic effect of current and mechanism (8), electromagnetic induction and alternating current (8), electromagnetic waves (3), optics (14), Dual nature of matter (4), Atoms & nuclei (6), electronic devices (7) and communication system (5). The bracket shows the marks that have the total of the 70 marks of the subject physics.
CBSE Board 12th Physics Syllabus 2013 Class XII (Theory) One Paper Unit I: Electrostatics Electric Charges; Conservation of charge, Coulomb’s law-force between two point charges, forces between multiple charges; superposition principle and continuous charge distribution. Electric field, electric field lines, electric field due to a point c...Read More