Chemistry has a reputation for being a complicated and boring science, but for the most part, that reputation is undeserved. Fireworks and explosions are based on chemistry, so it’s definitely not a boring science. Chemistry is the science of explanation as it explains the world that exists around you. If you take classes in chemistry, you will have to apply math and logic, which can make studying chemistry a challenge. Moreover, this challenge is further enhanced by the course length that spans over 10 chapters. However, this challenge is going to bring the best out of you.   

In order to make studies easier for fsc/inter students, BIE Sindh has divided Chemistry examination paper into three parts: objective-subjective and practical examination and only 33 percent minimum marks required for a passing grade. Moreover, this course also includes online lectures, games, mcqs, notes e.t.c.

Chemistry - XII Second Year - Sindh Board


Subject name Chemistry
Class XII/ 2nd year
Board Sindh Board
Subject Affiliation
  • Pre-medical
  • Pre-engineering
  • ICS
Book Chapters Count 11
Subject Type Compulsory
Paper Type Subjective and Objective
Marks scheme Total= 100

  •         Subjective=80
  •           Objective=20
Minimum passing marks 33/100
Subject features Online recorded lecture, online assessments, mcqs, notes, and games.


1.1 Introduction, Dobereiner’s Triads, Newland’s Law of Octave, Lother Meyer’s Classification
1.2 Mendeleev’s Periodic Table and Periodic Law, Modern Periodic Law-Periodic Table Based on Moseley’s Contribution
1.3 Classification Long form of Periodic Table on the Basis of Electronic Configuration
1.4 Types of Elements Based on Electronic Configuration

2.1 Introduction, Position of Hydrogen in the Periodic Table
2.2 Industrial Preparation of Hydrogen, Atomic Hydrogen
2.3 Binary Compounds of Hydrogen
2.4 Isotopes of Hydrogen

3.1 Introduction, Group Trends in Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals
3.2 Chemical Properties of s- block Element. Compounds of Alkaline Earth Metals
3.3 Occurrence and Preparation of Metals (ALKALI & ALKALINE)
3.4 Preparation of Metals (ALKALI & ALKALINE)
3.5 Industrially Important Compounds of s- block Elements( NaCl, Na2CO3, NaHCO3, NaOH, gypsum, bleaching powder)

4.1 Introduction, Group trends
4.2 Boric Acid , Borax ,Alum ,Lead Pigments
4.3 Extraction of Aluminum
4.4 Properties of Aluminum
4.5 Allotropy, Allotropic forms of Sulphur and Carbon
4.6 Nitric Acid
4.7 Sulphuric Acid
4.8 Chlorine + Hydrogen Sulphide

5.1 Introduction, Group Trends
5.2 Nomenclatures of Coordination Compounds
5.3 Metallurgy of Copper
5.4 Silver Nitrate, Copper Sulphate, Potassium Chromate, Potassium Dichromate
5.5 Corrosion & its Prevention, Stainless Steel, Silvering of Mirrors, Photography, Tin Plating

6.1 Introduction to Organic Chemistry
6.2 Catenation, Natural Sources of Organic Compounds
6.3 Petroleum & Its Refining, Cracking
6.4 Classification of Organic Compounds Polymerization
6.5 Homologous Series
6.6 Isomerism and its types
6.7 Functional Group ,IUPAC Nomenclature
6.8 IUPAC Nomenclature
6.9 Nomenclature From Past Papers

7.1 Open Chain & closed chain Hydrocarbon, Chemistry of Methane, Chemistry of Ethane
7.2 Chemistry of Ethene
7.3 Chemistry of Ethyne
7.4 Benzene, The Molecular Orbital Treatment of Benzene
7.5 Reaction of Benzene, Electrophilic Substitution of Reaction of mono Substituted Benzene
7.6 Orientation, Activating & Deactivating Group, Preparation of Benzene Derivatives
7.7 Benzene Derivatives

8.1 Classification of Alkyl Halides, Preparation of Alkyl Halide
8.2 Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions
8.3 Formation of Grignard Reagent, Grignard’s Reactions
8.4 Elimination Reactions

9.1 Alcohol, Classification of Alcohol, Methyl Alcohol
9.2 Ethyl Alcohol
9.3 Phenol Format of sales journal
9.4 Ether
9.5 Aldehyde
9.6 Ketones
9.7 Carboxylic Acid
9.8 Equations from Past Year Papers

10.1 Carbohydrate
10.2 Proteins
10.3 Amino Acids

11.1 Fertilizers, Detergents
11.2 Glass, Rayon (Fiber)
11.3 Plastics, Paints


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Sir. Dilawaiz

Chemistry – XII Second Year – Sindh Board

Sir Dilawaiz is an irreplaceable benefactor of He is a chemistry lecturer from distinguished Aga Khan College, boasting required teaching skills to back up his awesome educational background. Sir Dilawaiz teaching style is as fluid as flowing water with no loopholes. His style also represents the expert command of his teaching subject along with a considerable command on Urdu and English language as he shifts smoothly between both languages throughout his lectures.

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