Physics XII/2nd year is compulsory and main subject assigned by BISE Punjab for the students of Pre-engineering, Pre-medical, and ICS. The second-year Physics is not just a stepping stone, in fact, this subject has now evolved into the keystone. Success or failure in this subject can certainly decide the future of students’ studies and profession, with the subject of physics divided into three parts of subjective (68), objective (17) and practical examination (15). Students who desire success in this paper have to obtain good marks in all three parts. The second-year Punjab physics consist of just 10 chapters with multiple numericals and derivations all of which truly prepare students for their future studies.

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Physics - XII Second Year - Punjab Board

 

Subject name Physics
Class XII/ 2nd year- Pre-Engineering
Board Punjab Board
Course affiliation Pre-engineering
Pre-medical
ICS
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 45/100
Subject features Online recorded lecture, virtual lab simulations, online assessments, mcq, notes and games.

12.1 Coulomb’s Law
12.2 Fields of Force
12.3 Electric Field Lines
12.4 Applications of Electrostatics
12.5 Electric Flux
12.6 Electric Flux Through a Surface Enclosing a Charge
12.7 Gauss’s Law
12.8 Applications of Gauss’s Law
12.9 Electric Potential
12.10 Electron Volt
12.11 Electric and Gravitational Forces
12.12 Charge on an Electron by Millikan’s Method
12.13 Capacitor
12.14 Capacitance of a Parallel Plate Capacitor
12.15 Electric Polarization of Dielectrics
12.16 Energy Stored in a Capacitor
12.17 Charging and Discharging a Capacitor

13.1 Electric Current
13.2 Source of Current
13.3 Effects of Current
13.4 Ohm’ law
13.5 Resistivity and its Dependence Upon Temperature
13.6 Colour Code for Carbon Resistances
13.7 Electrical Power and Power Dissipation in Resistors
13.8 Electromotive Force (EMF) and Potential Difference
13.9 Kirchhoff’s Rules
13.10 Wheatstone Bridge
13.11 Potentiometer
13.11 Potentiometer

14.1 Magnetic Field Due to Current in a Long
14.2 Force on a Current Carrying Conductor i
14.3 Magnetic Flux and Flux Density
14.4 Ampere’s Law and Determination of Flux
14.5 Force on a Moving Charge in a Magnetic
14.6 Motion of Charged Particle in an E and B Field
14.7 Determination of e/m of an Electron
14.8 Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
14.9 Torque on a Current-Carrying Coil
14.10 Galvanometer
14.11 AVO meter – Multimeter

15.1 Induced EMF and Induced Current
15.2 Motional EMF
15.3 Faraday’s Law and Induced EMF
15.4 Lenz’s Law and Direction of Induced EMF
15.5 Mutual Induction
15.6 Self Induction
15.7 Energy Stored in an Inductor
15.8 Alternating Current Generator
15.9 D.C. Generator
15.10 Back Motor Effect in Generator
15.11 D.C. Motor
15.12 Back EMF Effect in Motors
15.13 Transformer

16.1 Alternating Current
16.2 A.C. Circuits
16.3 A.C. Through a Resistor
16.4 A.C. Through a Capacitor
16.5 A.C. Through an Inductor
16.6 Impedance
16.7 R-C and R-L Series Circuits
16.8 Power in A.C. Circuits
16.9 Series Resonance Circuits
16.10 Parallel Resonance Circuits
16.11 Three Phase A.C. Supply
16.12 Principle of Metal Detectors
16.13 Choke
16.14 Electromagnetic Waves
16.15 Principle of Generation, Transmission and Reception of Electromagnetic Waves
16.16 Modulation

17.1 Classification of Solids
17.2 Mechanical Properties of Solids
17.3 Electrical Properties of Solids
17.4 Superconductors
17.5 Magnetic Properties of Solids

18.1 Brief Review of p-n Junction and its Characteristics
18.2 Rectification
18.3 Specially Designed p-n Junction
18.4 Transistors
18.5 Transistor as an Amplifier
18.6 Transistor as a Switch
18.7 Operational Amplifier
18.8 OP-AMP as Inverting Amplifier
18.9 OP-AMP as Non-Inverting Amplifier
18.10 OP-AMP as a Comparator
18.11 Comparator as a Night Switch
18.12 Digital Systems
18.13 Fundamental Logic Gates
18.14 Other Logic Gates
18.15 Applications of Gates in Control Systems

19.1 Relative Motion
19.2 Frames of Reference
19.3 Special Theory of Relativity
19.4 Black Body Radiation
19.5 Interaction of Electromagnetic Radiation With Matter
19.6 Annihilation of Matter
19.7 Wave Nature of Particles
19.8 Uncertainty Principle

20.1 Atomic Spectra
20.2 Bohr’s Model of the Hydrogen Atom
20.3 Inner Shell Transitions and Characteris
20.4 Uncertainty Within the Atom
20.5 Laser
20.5 Laser

21.1 Atomic Nucleus
21.2 Isotopes
21.3 Mass Defect and Binding Energy
21.4 Radioactivity
21.5 Half-Life
21.6 Interaction of Radiation With Matter
21.7 Radiation Detectors
21.8 Nuclear Reactions
21.9 Nuclear Fission
21.10 Fusion Reaction
21.11 Radiation Exposure
21.12 Biological Effects of Radiation
21.13 Biological and Medical Uses of Radiation
21.14 Basic Forces of Nature
21.15 Building Blocks of Matter


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