Welcome to our post on the Class 12 physics specific grid, curriculum, syllabus, and model question for the Nepal Examination Board (NEB) board exam in 2080. In this post, we will provide students with all the necessary information they need to succeed in their Class 12 physics exams.
The NEB has recently updated the syllabus and curriculum for the Class 12 physics course, and we will outline all the key changes and updates in this post.
We will also provide a comprehensive overview of the Class 12 physics specific grid, which outlines the distribution of marks for different types of questions in the exam, as well as the weightage and format of different units and topics within the course. Finally, we will provide a selection of model questions that students can use to practice and prepare for the Class 12 physics exam.
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Chapters - Class 12 Physics
NEB Class 12 Physics Chapters for 2080 is given as:
|S.N.||Class 12 Physics Chapters|
|Chapter 1||Rotational dynamics|
|Chapter 2||Periodic motion|
|Chapter 3||Fluid statics|
|Content Area||Heat and Thermodynamics|
|Chapter 4||First law of Thermodynamics|
|Chapter 5||Second First law of Thermodynamics|
|Content Area||Wave and Optics|
|Chapter 6||Wave motion|
|Chapter 7||Mechanical waves|
|Chapter 8||Wave in pipes and strings|
|Chapter 9||Acoustic phenomena|
|Chapter 10||Nature and propagation of light|
|Content Area||Electricity and Magnetism|
|Chapter 14||Electrical circuits|
|Chapter 15||Thermoelectric effects|
|Chapter 16||Magnetic field|
|Chapter 17||Magnetic properties of materials|
|Chapter 18||Electromagnetic Induction|
|Chapter 19||Alternating currents|
|Content Area||Modern Physics|
|Chapter 22||Semiconductor devices|
|Chapter 23||Quantization of energy|
|Chapter 24||Radioactivity and nuclear reaction|
|Chapter 25||Recent trends in Physics|
Specification Grid - Class 12 Physics
According to the information provided by CDC, the exam will include multiple choice questions (MCQs), short answer questions (SAQs), and long answer questions (LAQs).
The NEB Board exam of Physics will have
a total of 11 MCQs worth 11 marks,
8 SAQs worth 40 marks,
and 3 LAQs worth 24 marks.
The specification grid for the exam, issued by the Curriculum Development Center (CDC), provides further details on the format and content of the exam.
It is important for students to consult the specific grid provided by their instructor or school for the most accurate and up-to-date information about the Internal exam.
Physics Specific Grid for NEB Board Exam 2080 is Given as:
Syllabus, Curriculum - Class 12 Physics
The Nepal Examination Board (NEB) has recently updated the curriculum and syllabus for physics courses in grades 11 and 12. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a general understanding of the fundamental scientific laws and principles that govern scientific phenomena in the world.
It aims to develop the scientific knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are necessary for success at the secondary level, regardless of what students may choose to do after completing their studies. The curriculum is intended to be flexible and adaptable, catering to the diverse aspirations of students who may choose to pursue further studies in science, technical or vocational fields, or other areas.
The syllabus typically covers a range of topics, including mechanics, thermodynamics, waves and optics, electricity and magnetism, and modern physics.
In the mechanics section of the syllabus, students may study topics such as rotational dynamics, periodic motion, and fluid statics. The thermodynamics section may cover the first and second laws of thermodynamics, while the waves and optics section may cover topics such as wave motion, mechanical waves, wave behavior in pipes and strings, and the nature and propagation of light.
The electricity and magnetism section of the syllabus may include topics such as electrical circuits, thermoelectric effects, magnetic fields, and electromagnetic induction. The modern physics section may cover topics such as electrons, photons, semiconductor devices, and quantization of energy.
Class 12 Physics Syllabus and Curriculum for NEB Exam 2079/2080 is given as:
|1. Rotational dynamics|
1.1 Equation of angular motion, Relation between linear and angular kinematics
1.2 Kinetic energy of rotation of rigid body
1.3 Moment of inertia; Radius of gyration
1.4 Moment of inertia of a uniform rod
1.5 Torque and angular acceleration for a rigid body
1.6 Work and power in rotational motion
1.7 Angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum.
|2. Periodic motion|
2.1 Equation of simple harmonic motion (SHM)
2.2 Energy in SHM
2.3 Application of SHM: vertical oscillation of mass suspended from coiled spring
2.4 Angular SHM, simple pendulum
2.5 Oscillatory motion: Damped oscillation, Forced oscillation and resonance.
|3. Fluid statics|
3.1 Fluid statics: Pressure in a fluid; Buoyancy
3.2 Surface tension: Theory of surface tension; Surface energy
3.3 Angle of contact, capillarity and its applications
3.4 Fluid Dynamics:Newton’s formula for viscosity in a liquid; Coefficient of viscosity
3.5 Poiseuille’s formula and its application
3.6 Stokes law and its applications
3.7 Equation of continuity and its applications
3.8 Bernoulli’s equation and its applications.
Heat and Thermodynamics
|4. First law of thermodynamics|
4.1 Thermodynamic systems
4.2 Work done during volume change
4.3 Heat and work; Internal energy and First law of thermodynamics
4.4 Thermodynamic processes: Adiabatic, isochoric, isothermal and isobaric
4.5 Heat capacities of an ideal gas at constant pressure and volume and relation between them
4.6 Isothermal and Adiabatic processes for an ideal gas.
|5. Second law of thermodynamics|
5.1 Thermodynamic systems and direction of thermodynamic processes
5.2 Second law of thermodynamics
5.3 Heat engines
5.4 Internal combustion engines: Otto cycle, Diesel cycle; Carnot cycle
5.6 Entropy and disorder (introduction only)
Wave and optics
|6. Wave motion|
6.1 Progressive waves
6.2 Mathematical description of a wave
6.3 Stationary waves
|7. Mechanical waves|
7.1 Speed of wave motion; Velocity of sound in solid and liquid
7.2 Velocity of sound in gas
7.3 Laplace’s correction
7.4 Effect of temperature, pressure, humidity on velocity of sound.
|8. Wave in pipes and strings|
8.1 Stationary waves in closed and open pipes
8.2 Harmonics and overtones in closed and open organ pipes
8.3 End correction in pipes
8.4 Velocity of transverse waves along a stretched string
8.5 Vibration of string and overtones
8.6 Laws of vibration of fixed string.
|9. Acoustic phenomena|
9.1 Sound waves: Pressure amplitude
9.2 Characteristics of sound: Intensity; loudness, quality and pitch
9.3 Doppler’s effect.
|10. Nature and propagation of light|
10.1 Huygen’s principle
10.2 Reflection and Refraction according to wave theory
11.1 Phenomenon of Interferences: Coherent sources
11.2 Young’s double slit experiment.
12.1 Diffraction from a single slit
12.2 Diffraction pattern of image; Diffraction grating
12.3 Resolving power of optical instruments.
13.1 Phenomenon of polarization
13.2 Brewster’s law; transverse nature of light
Electricity and Magnetism
|14. Electrical circuits|
14.1 Kirchhoff’s law
14.2 Wheatstone bridge circuit; Meter bridge
14.3 Potentiometer: Comparison of e.m.f., measurement of internal resistances of a cell
14.4 Super conductors; Perfect conductors
14.5 Conversion of galvanometer into voltmeter and ammeter; Ohmmeter
14.6 Joule’s law
|15. Thermoelectric effects|
15.1 Seebeck effect; Thermocouples
15.2 Peltier effect: Variation of thermoelectric e.m.f. with temperature; Thermopile
|16. Magnetic field|
16.1 Magnetic field lines and magnetic flux; Oersted’s experiment
16.2 Force on moving charge; Force on a conductor
16.3 Force and Torque on rectangular coil, Moving coil galvanometer
16.4 Hall effect
16.5 Magnetic field of a moving charge
16.6 Biot and Savart law and its application to (i) a circular coil (ii) a long straight conductor (iii) a long solenoid
16.7 Ampere’s law and its applications to (i) a long straight conductor (ii) a straight solenoid (ii) a toroidal solenoid
16.8 Force between two parallel conductors carrying current- definition of ampere
|17. Magnetic properties of materials|
17.1 Magnetic field lines and magnetic flux
17.2 Flux density in magnetic material; Relative permeability; Susceptibility
17.4 Dia,-para- and ferro-magnetic materials
|18. Electromagnetic Induction|
18.1 Faraday’s laws; Induced electric fields
18.2 Lenz’s law, Motional electromotive force
18.3 A.C. generators; Eddy currents
18.4 Self-inductance and mutual inductance
18.5 Energy stored in an inductor
|19. Alternating currents|
19.1 Peak and rms value of AC current and voltage
19.2 AC through a resistor, a capacitor and an inductor
19.3 Phasor diagram
19.4 Series circuits containing combination of resistance, capacitance and inductance
19.5 Series resonance, quality factor
19.6 Power in AC circuits: power factor
20.1 Milikan’s oil drop experiment,
20.2 Motion of electron beam in electric and magnetic fields
20.3 Thomson’s experiment to determine specific charge of electrons
21.1 Quantum nature of radiation
21.2 Einstein’s photoelectric equation; Stopping potential
21.3 Measurement of Plank’s constant
|22. Semiconductor devices|
22.1 P-N Junction
22.2 Semiconductor diode: Characteristics in forward and reverse bias
22.3 Full wave rectification
22.5 Logic gates; NOT, OR, AND, NAND and NOR.
|23. Quantization of energy|
23.1 Bohr’s theory of hydrogen atom
23.2 Spectral series; Excitation and ionization potentials
23.3 Energy level; Emission and absorption spectra
23.4 De Broglie Theory; Duality
23.5 Uncertainly principle
23.6 X-rays: Nature and production; uses
23.7 X-rays diffraction, Bragg’s law.
|24. Radioactivity and nuclear reaction|
24.1 Alpha-particles; Beta-particles, Gamma rays
24.2 Laws of radioactive disintegration
24.3 Half-life, mean-life and decay constant
24.4 Geiger-Muller Tube
24.5 Carbon dating
24.6 Medical use of nuclear radiation and possible health hazard.
|25. Recent trends in physics|
25.1 Surface waves: Rayleigh and Love waves Internal waves: S and P-waves
Wave patterns of Gorkha Earthquake 2015
25.2 Gravitational Wave Nanotechnology Higgs Boson
Model Question 2079 - Class 12 Physics
Class 12 physics model questions provided in this post are designed to help students prepare for the NEB board exam in 2079. These model questions cover a range of topics and units within the Class 12 physics syllabus, and are designed to test students' understanding of key concepts and principles.
By working through these model questions, students can get a sense of the types of questions they are likely to encounter on the actual exam, and can practice applying their knowledge to solve problems.
NEB Class 12 Physics Model Question 2079 is given as:
Download Class 12 Physics Model Question NEB 2079
In conclusion, the Class 12 physics syllabus, specific grid, curriculum, and model questions provided in this post are an essential resource for students preparing for the NEB board exam in 2079/2080.
By familiarizing themselves with the updated syllabus and curriculum, and by practicing with the model questions, students can ensure that they are well-prepared to succeed in their Class 12 physics exams. We hope that this post has been helpful in providing students with the tools and information they need to achieve their academic goals.
So, we wish you all the best of luck in your exams!