Physics is the study of nature, properties of matter, energy and its interconversion from one form to another. The subject of physics is considered as a poster child of mathematics because its roots have emerged from the field of Mathematics. The course of Physics spans over 10 chapters, containing a fair amount of lectures, derivations and numericals with little theory. Similar to Punjab board, BIE Sindh follows similar paper pattern with physics paper is divided into 3 parts known as subjective(68 marks), objective(17 marks) and Practical examination(15 marks).

Keeping all these facts into account, the subject of physics has been deemed compulsory by BIE Sindh especially for the students of Pre-engineering and Pre-medical.   

Physics - XI First Year - Sindh Board


Subject name Physics
Class XI/ 1st year
Board Sindh Board
Subject Affiliation
  • Pre-engineering
  • ICS
  • Pre-medical
Book Chapters Count 10
Subject Type Compulsory
Paper Type Subjective, Objective And Practical
Marks scheme Total= 100

  • Subjective=68
  • Objective=17
  • Practical= 15
Minimum Passing Marks 33/100
Subject features Online recorded lecture, virtual lab simulations, online assessments and games.

1.1 Definition of Physics
1.2 Islam and Science
1.3 Contribution to Physical Sciences by the Islamic World
1.4 Physics and Society
1.5 Measurement and the System of Units
1.6 Measurement of Time
1.7 Basic SI Units
1.8 Dimension
1.9 Significant Figures

2.1 Scalars
2.2 Vectors
2.3 Addition of Vectors
2.4 Multiplication of a Vector by a Number
2.5 Division of a Vector by a Number (Non-Zero)
2.6 Unit Vector
2.7 Free Vector
2.8 Position Vector
2.9 Null Vector
2.10 Properties of Vector Addition
2.11 Resolution and Composition by Rectangular Components
2.12 Addition of Vectors by Rectangular Components
2.13 The Dot Product
2.14 Commutative Law
2.15 Distributive Law for Dot Product
2.16 The Cross Product
2.17 Some Physical Examples of Vector Product
2.18 Properties of the Vector Product

3.1 Displacement
3.2 Velocity
3.3 Velocity from Distance-Time Graph
3.4 Acceleration
3.5 Acceleration from Velocity – Time Graph
3.6 Equations of Uniformly Accelerated Rectilinear Motion
3.7 Motion Under Gravity
3.8 Laws of Motion
3.9 Motion of Bodies Connected by a String
3.10 Momentum of a Bady
3.11 Law of Conservation of Momentum
3.12 Elastic Collision in One Dimension
3.13 Friction
3.14 Coefficient of Friction
3.15 The Inclined Plane

4.1 Projectile Motion
4.2 Maximum Height of the Projectile
4.3 Range of the Projectile
4.4 The maximum range
4.5 Projectile Trajectory
4.6 Applications
4.7 Uniform Circular Motion
4.8 Angular Displacement
4.9 Angular Velocity
4.10 Angular Acceleration
4.11 Relation Between Angular and Linear Quantities
4.12 Tangential Velocity
4.13 The Period
4.14 Centripetal Acceleration
4.15 Centripetal Force
4.16 Some Important Relations of Linear Motion and Angular Motion

5.1 Torque
5.2 Centre of Mass
5.3 Equilibrium and Conditions of Equilibrium
5.4 First Condition of Equilibrium
5.5 Second Condition of Equilibrium
5.6 Location of Axis
5.7 Angular Momentum
5.8 Conservation of Angular Momentum of a Particle

6.1 Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
6.2 Mass and Average Density of Earth
6.3 Variation of g with Altitude and Depth
6.4 Weight
6.5 Weightlessness in Satellites
6.6 Artificial Gravity

7.1 Work
7.2 Work Done Against Gravitational Force
7.3 Power
7.4 Energy
7.5 Potential Energy
7.6 Absolute P.E
7.7 Interconversion of P.E and K.E (Freely Falling Body)
7.8 Law of Conservation of Energy
7.9 Various Sources of Energy

8.1 Vibratory Motion
8.2 Motion Under Elastic Restoring Force (Hooke’s Law)
8.3 Characteristics of SHM
8.4 Energy of Particle Executing SHM
8.5 Examples of SHM
8.6 Generation of a Wave Pulse
8.7 Travelling Waves
8.8 Transverse Wave
8.9 Analytical Treatment of Travelling waves
8.10 Energy in Waves
8.11 Standing Waves
8.12 Fundamental Frequency and Harmonics
8.13 Sonometer
8.14 Longitudinal Waves
8.15 Speed of Sound Waves
8.16 Laplace’s Correction
8.17 Musical Sound and Noise
8.18 Superposition of Sound Waves
8.19 Beats
8.20 Acoustics
8.21 Doppler Effect

9.1 Dual Nature of Light
9.2 Wave Fronts, Huygen’s Principle
9.3 Interference of Light
9.4 Young’s Double-Slit Interference
9.5 Interference in Thin Films
9.6 Newton’s Rings
9.7 The Michelson Interferometer
9.8 Diffraction
9.9 Diffraction Grating
9.10 Diffraction of X-rays Through Crystals
9.11 Polarization of Light Waves

10.1 Lenses
10.2 Image Formation
10.3 The Thin Lens Formula
10.4 Combination of Thin Lenses
10.5 Power of Lenses
10.6 Lens Aberration
10.7 Linear Magnification
10.8 Magnifying Glass
10.9 Compound Microscope
10.10 Telescope
10.11 Galilean Telescope
10.12 Terrestrial Telescope
10.13 Spectrometer
10.14 The Eye


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