Physics Textbook Part - 1 for Class - 11 - 11086 by NCERT
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Physics Part I & II Textbook For Class XI (Set Of Two Books) is an authentic prescribed textbook for students following the CBSE curriculum in class XI. Comprehensively prepared according to the NCERT syllabus, the book can meet the needs of the student community. Efforts have been made to ensure that the book equips students with the fundamentals of physics, helping them earn good scores for board examinations and various the other competitive examinations.
In order to make the process of learning more interesting and useful, many practical, day-to-day activities pertaining to the concepts have been added in the book. Many problems have also been included in Physics Part I & II Textbook For Class XI (Set Of Two Books) to improve the problem-solving skills of students.
The book has separate chapters on topics such as kinematics, SI units, and fundamentals, and laws of motion. Also, there are separate sections on work, energy, power, and gravitation. The topics such as thermodynamics, oscillations and waves are comprehensively covered, with a special emphasis on numerical problems.
To help students study better, the content is effectively distributed in two separate books. The book contains a detailed summary, and a set of practise exercises and questions, to review the level of the student’s understanding of the subject. Alongwith the theoretical concepts, the book effectively prepares the students for their practical sessions too.
The questions can be divided on the basis of the public examination pattern that is generally followed by CBSE. In addition to this, the book is also regarded as the primary reference material for various all India entrance examinations conducted by CBSE. Published in 2006 by NCERT, the book is available in paperback.
- The book is the ultimate reference material for all those students who have opted for science subjects in their higher secondary classes.