Chemistry is the study that deals with the structure, properties, and composition of a matter. This subject is not only important for the students of Pre-engineering and Pre-medical but it also plays a vital role in different high impact researches such as alloy fabrication, liquid crystals, and ionic liquids. Students who want to pursue their career in research must have a deep understanding of chemistry. FSC Punjab XI chemistry course consists of 11 chapters, most of these chapters are designed to further strengthen a student’s concepts that they have learned in previous classes and prepare students for XII chemistry which is much more advanced. The paper is divided into 3 parts: objective, subjective and practical examination. In order to achieve success in this subject, all the parts of the paper must be given equal importance.

In order to help students in their studies, offers Chemistry course according to the topics assigned by Book textbook. These series of video lectures are delivered by a qualified teacher Sir Hassan Abbas. Moreover, animations, virtual lab simulation, online assessments, games, mcqs and notes are part of this course.   


Subject name





Punjab board

Subject Affiliation

  • Pre-engineering
  • ICS
  • Pre-medical

Book Chapters Count


Subject Type


Paper Type

Subjective, Objective And Practical

Marks scheme

Total= 100

  •         Subjective=68
  •           Objective=17
  •            Practical= 15

Minimum Passing Marks


Subject features

Online recorded lecture, online assessments, games, notes and mcqs.


1.1 Accounting & Book Keeping
1.2 Purpose & Objectives accounting
1.3 Branches of accounting
1.4 The business & forms of business
1.5 Users of accounting information
1.6 Accounting concepts; Cost concept,
Accrual concept

2.1 Five pillars of accounting
2.2 Assets&types of assets
2.3 Liabilities&types of liabilities
2.4 Capital
2.5 Revenue
2.6 Expenses

3.1 Introduction to the accounting equation
3.2 Calculation & manipulations of accounting
3.3 Extended accounting equation
3.4 Analysis of accounting transaction

4.1 Accounting cycle
4.2 Books of original entries
4.3 Rules of debit & credit
4.4 Recording of transactions

5.1 Accounting cycle
5.2 Format of the ledger
5.3 Ledger posting from a journal
5.4 Balancing of accounts
5.5 Balance c/d & b/d
5.6 Total debits = total credits
5.7 Preparation of trial balance

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Drawing up a triple column cashbook
6.3 Recording of transactions
6.4 Treatment of sales & purchase discount
6.5 Contra entries
6.6 Balancing of cash book

7.1 Imprest system
7.2 Format of petty cash book
7.3 General entries for cash book PCF

8.1 Introduction
8.2 Balance of cash book & bank statements
8.3 Item & their treatment, which affect reconcile of bank & cash book.
8.4 General entries

9.1 Introduction
9.2 Credit sales & credit terms
9.3 Format of sales journal
9.4 Trade discount
9.5 General ledger

10.1 Introduction
10.2 Credit purchases & credit items
10.3 Format of purchase journal
10.4 Trade discount
10.5 General ledger
10.6 Sales return & credit notes
10.7 Sales return book
10.8 Purchase return & debit note
10.9 General ledger
10.10 Schedules of A/R & A/P

11.1 Errors affecting trial balance
11.2 Errors not affecting trail balance
11.3 Errors & adjustments of errors
11.4 Incorporation of errors in accounting

12.1 What to be adjusted
12.2 Why we need adjusting entries
12.3 Accrual accounting vs cash accounting
12.4 Adjusting for stocks
12.5 Prepaid expenses
12.6 Unearned revenue
12.7 Reversing entries

13.1 Opening & closing stock
13.2 Purchases, purchases discount and
purchase returns
13.3 Sales, sales discount and sales return
13.4 COGS statement , Ledger of COGS
13.5 Income statement
13.6 Calculation of net profit/net loss
13.7 Adjusting entries/adjustments &
income statement
13.8 Classified balance sheet
13.9 Assets, liabilities and capital
13.10 From unadjusted trial balance to BS
13.11 Incorporation of net profit/net loss in BS
13.12 Calculation of missing values in BS

14.1 Closing entries
14.2 Opening entries


Interactive 3D Simulations to help you build concepts fast.


Quizzes and assignments to prepare you for exams along the way.


Powerful teaching techniques help you digest information easily.


Front board technique to keep you more engaged with an instructor.


Ask questions in comments when in doubt and get answers quickly.


Better learning experience than a crowded classroom in half of a fee.

Sir. Hassan

Chemistry – XI First Year Punjab Board

Sir Hassan is an amazing teacher whose services to are of indeterminable importance. He has acquired his education from Malaysia, the University of Malaya, attaining a degree of Masters in Mechanical Engineering. This achievement is proof of his unfathomable knowledge and command over his teaching subject. Sir Hassan also has amazing God gifted creative sense which he expertly utilities in his lectures in form of animation providing students with a Luxurious seven-star learning experience.


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