Physics is one of the cores and compulsory subject assigned by BISE Punjab required for the students of Pre-engineering, Premedical, and ICS. This subject consists of 11 chapters with the paper being divided into three parts: the objective (17 marks), subjective (68 marks) and practical examination (15 marks). As physics is a compulsory subject, achieving good marks in this subject is necessary for every student. In order to achieve good marks in this subject, students have to follow and study all the lectures and textbook topics assigned to BISE Punjab textbook. has launched an online learning platform where a student can follow this 70 hours course under the guidance of Dr. Waqar Hasan (Postdoc from Tsinghua University) in form of recorded video lectures, playful practical demonstrations along with beautifully crafted animations, virtual lab simulations, online assessments and games.

Physics - XI First Year Punjab Board


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, virtual lab simulations,
online assessments and games.

1.1 Introduction to physics
1.2 Physical Quantities
1.3 International System of Units
1.4 Errors and Uncertainties
1.5 Significant Figures
1.6 Precision and Accuracy
1.7 Assessment of Total Uncertainty in the Final Result
1.8 Dimensions of Physical Quantities

2.1: Basic Concepts of Vectors (15 videos)
2.2: Vector Addition by Rectangular Component (4 videos)
2.3: Product of two Vectors (10 videos)
2.4: Torque (3 videos)
2.5: Equilibrium of Forces
2.6: Equilibrium of Torques

3.1 Displacement
3.2 Velocity
3.3 Acceleration
3.4 Velocity-Time Graph
3.5 Review of Equations of Uniformly Accelerated Motion
3.6 Newton’s Laws of Motion
3.7 Momentum
3.8 Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
3.9 Force due to water Flow
3.1 Momentum and Explosive Forces
3.11 Rocket Propulsion
3.12 Projectile Motion

4.1 Work Done by a Constant Forces
4.2 Work Done By a Variable Forces
4.3 Work done by Gravitational Field
4.4 Power
4.5 Energy
4.6 Interconversion of Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy
4.7 Conservation of Energy
4.8 Non-Conventional Energy sources

5.1 Angular Displacement
5.2 Angular Velocity
5.3 Angular Acceleration
5.4 Relation Between Angular and Linear Velocities
5.5 Centripetal Forces
5.6 Moment of Inertia
5.7 Angular Momentum
5.8 Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum
5.9 Rotational Kinetic Energy
5.1 Artificial Satellites
5.11 Real and Apparent weight
5.12 Weightlessness in Satellites and Gravity Free System
5.13 Orbital Velocity
5.14 Artifical Gravity
5.15 Geostationary Orbits
5.16 Communication Satellites
5.17 Newton’s and Einstein’s Views of Gravitation

6.1 Viscous Drag and Stokes Law
6.2 Terminal Velocity
6.3 Fluid Flow
6.4 Equation of Continuity
6.5 Bernoulli’s Equation
6.6 Applications of Bernoulli’s Equation
6.6 Applications of Bernoulli’s Equation

7.1 Simple Harmonic Motion
7.2 SHM and Uniform Circular Motion
7.3 Phase
7.4 A Horizontal Mass-Spring system
7.5 Simple Pendulum
7.6 Energy conservation in SHM
7.7 Free and Forced Oscillations
7.8 Resonance
7.9 Damped Oscillations
7.10 Sharpness of Resonance

8.1 Progressive Waves
8.2 Periodic Waves
8.3 Speed of Sound in Air
8.4 Principle of Superposition
8.5 Interference
8.6 Beats
8.7 Reflection of waves
8.8 Stationary waves
8.9 Stationary waves in a Stretched String
8.10 Stationary Waves in Air Columns
8.11 Doppler Effect

9.1 Wave Fronts
9.2 Huygen’s principle
9.3 Interference of Light Waves
9.4 Young’s Double-slit Experiment
9.5 Interference in Thin Films
9.6 Newton’s Rings
9.7 Michelson’s Interferometer
9.8 Diffraction of Light
9.9 Diffraction due to a Narrow slit
9.10 Diffraction Grating
9.11 Diffraction of X-Rays by Crystals
9.12 Polarization

10.1 Least Distance of Distinct Vision
10.2 Magnifying power and Resolving power of
10.3 Simple Microscope
10.4 Compound Microscope
10.5 Astronomical Telescope
10.6 Spectrometer
10.7 Speed of light
10.8 Introduction to Fibre Optics
10.9 Fibre Optic Principles
10.10 Types of Optical Fibres
10.11 Signal Transmission and Conversion to Sound
10.12 Losses of power

11.1 Kinetic Theory of Gasses
11.2 Internal Energy
11.3 Work and Heat
11.4 First law of Thermodynamics
11.5 Molar Specific Heats of a Gas
11.6 Reversible and Irreversible processes
11.7 Heat Engine
11.8 Second law of Thermodynamics
11.9 Carnot Engine and Carnot’s Theorem
11.10 Thermodynamic Scale of Temperature
11.11 Petrol Engine
11.12 Entropy
11.13 Environmental Crisis as Entropy Crisis


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Physics - XI First Year Punjab Board


Physics - XI First Year Punjab Board


Physics - XI First Year Punjab Board

Sir. Waqar

Physics – XI First Year Punjab Board

Sir Waqar is a Ph.D. from a prestigious University of Malaya from Malaysia. Sir Waqar is an endearing and energetic teacher as he is constantly striving to increase the quality of his lectures just to make difficult topics easier and understandable without compromising high-quality education. Although Sir Waqar has countless amazing abilities but the most prevalent out of all, is his Peerless Artistic sense, as he skillfully integrates this sense in form of many beautiful demonstrations and practicals; delivering a consistent 10/10 learning experience for the students.

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