Smart Syllabus Class 10 Physics

Smart Syllabus Class 10 Physics is given below:

Chapter 10: Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves
Simple Harmonic Motion, Motion of Mass Attached to a Spring, Motion of a Simple
Pendulum, Wave Motion, Ripple Tank
Activity: 10.2, Types of Mechanical Waves, Relation between Velocity, Frequency
and Wavelength (v=f λ),
Examples: 10.1, 10.2
Exercise:
Class Work: MCQs: (i-vi, viii, ix), Review Questions: (10.1, 10.4, 10.5), Numerical
Problems: (10.1-10.3, 10.9, 10.10)
Home Work: Review Questions: (10.2, 10.7), Numerical Problems: (10.4)

Chapter 11: Sound Waves
Sound Waves, Sound is produced by a Vibrating Body Activity 11.1, Sound

Requires Material Medium for its Propagation, Longitudinal Nature of Sound
Waves, Characteristics of Sound, Loudness, Pitch, Quality, Intensity, Sound
Intensity Level, Speed of Sound, Audible Frequency Range, Ultrasound, Examples:
11.1, 11.2
Exercise:
Class Work: Review Questions: (11.4, 11.5, 11.7-11.11, 11.15, 11.18), Numerical
Problems: (11.1-11.6)
Home Work: MCQs: (i-vii), Review Questions: (11.1, 11.2), Numerical Problems:
(11.9)

Chapter 12: Geometrical Optics
Spherical Mirrors, Image Location by Spherical Mirrors, Sign Conventions,
Refraction of Light, Laws of Refraction, Refractive Index, Total Internal Reflection,
Refraction through Prism, Lenses, Image Location by Lens Equation, Sign
Conventions for Lenses, Examples: 12.1-12.6
Exercise:
Class Work: MCQs: (ix, x), Review Questions: (12.6, 12.8-12.10), Numerical
Problems: (12.2-12.5, 12.7-12.10)
Home Work: MCQs: (i-vii), Review Questions: (12.4, 12.7, 12.12), Numerical
Problems: (12.1)

Chapter 13: Electrostatics
Electrostatic Induction, Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field and Electric Field Intensity,
Electrostatic Potential, Capacitors and Capacitance, Combination of Capacitors,
Capacitors in Parallel, Capacitors in Series, Uses of Capacitors, Examples:
13.1-13.4
Exercise:
Class Work: MCQs: (i, vi-xi), Review Questions: (13.2, 13.8-13.14), Numerical
Problems: (13.1-13.8)
Home Work: Review Questions: (13.17), Numerical Problems: (13.9, 13.10)

Chapter 14: Current Electricity
Electric Current, The Measurement of Current, Potential Difference, Electromotive
Force (e.m.f), The Measurements of Potential Difference and Electromotive Force,
Ohm’siLaw, V-IiCharacteristics ofiOhmic and Non-Ohmic Conductors,
Combination of Resistors, Series Combination, Parallel Combination, Electrical
Energy and Joule’s Law, Electric Power, Kilowatt-Hour, Examples: 14.1, 14.2, 14.4,
14.5, 14.7, 14.8
Exercise:
HomeWork: MCQs: (i-ix), Review Questions: (14.3-14.5, 14.10, 14.11), Numerical
Problems (14.1, 14.2, 14.4-14.7)

Class Work: Review Questions: (14.1, 14.6, 14.8), Numerical Problems (14.3)

Chapter 15: Electromagnetism
Magnetic Effects of a Steady Current, Direction of Magnetic Field, Magnetic Field
of a Solenoid, Electromagnetic Induction, Direction of Induced e.m.f – Lenz’s Law,
Mutual Induction, Transformer, Working of a Transformer, Example: 15.1
Exercise:
Class Work: MCQs: (iii-vii), Review Questions: (15.1, 15.3, 15.7, 15.9), Numerical
Problems: (15.3, 15.4)
Home Work: MCQs: (i, ii, viii, ix), Review Questions: (15.11, 15.12), Numerical
Problems: (15.1, 15.2)

Chapter 16: Basic Electronics
Analogue and Digital Electronics, Basic Operations of Digital Electronics – Logic
Gates, AND Operation, OR Operation, NOT Operation, NAND Gate, NOR Gate,
Uses of Logic Gates, House Safety Alarm
Exercise:
Class Work: Review Questions: (16.8, 16.9)
Home Work: MCQs: (iii-vii), Review Questions: (16.7, 16.10)

Chapter 17: Information and Communication Technology
Information and Communication Technology, Components of Computer Based
Information (CBIS), Transmission of Light Signals through Optical Fibres only,
Internet, Internet Services, Browsers, Electronic Mail
Exercise:
Class Work: Review Questions: (17.2, 17.11)
Home Work: MCQs: (i, iii, vi, vii), Review Questions: (17.1, 17.3, 17.7)

Chapter 18: Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Atom and Atomic Nucleus, Isotopes, Natural Radioactivity, Background Radiations,
Nuclear Transmutations, Half-Life and its Measurement, Radioisotopes and their
Uses, Fission Reaction, Nuclear Fusion, Examples: 18.1, 18.2
Exercise:
Class Work: MCQs: (i-ix), Review Questions: (18.1, 18.3, 18.5-18.9, 18.11-18.13),
Numerical Problems: (18.1-18.3, 18.5, 18.7, 18.9)
Home Work: Review Questions: (18.2, 18.4, 18.10)

EXPERIMENTS:
1. To verify the Laws of Refraction by using a Glass Slab.
2. To determine the Critical Angle of Glass using a Semi Circular Slab and a
Light Ray Box or by Prism.
3. To trace the path of a ray of light through Glass Prism and measure the Angle
of Deviation.
4. To find the Focal Length of a Convex Lens by Parallax Method.

5. Verify Ohm’s Law (using Wire as Conductor).
6. To study Resistors in Series Circuit.
7. To study Resistors in Parallel Circuit.
8. To find the Resistance of Galvanometer by Half Deflection Method.
9. To verify the Truth Tables of OR, AND, NOT, NOR and NAND Gates.

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What is Smart Syllabus?

The Punjab Textbook Board announced the introduction of a new syllabus on August 5 called Smart Syllabus. This syllabus is fifty percent of the full year syllabus. According to some reports, it is also being said that this syllabus will be 60% of the syllabus of the whole year.

For Which Classes Smart Syllabus will be available?

The Punjab Textbook Board has announced the introduction of a new syllabus for the annual examinations 2021 for first class to tenth class which has been named as Smart Syllabus. This syllabus was started in all public and private schools from September 2020 and will be completed by February 2021. The annual exams 2021 will also be taken on the basis of the same smart syllabus. This syllabus is 50% of the commonly given syllabus. This syllabus has also been made available on the internet after its publication and has been sent to all public and private schools.

For Which Classes Smart Syllabus is available?

At present only ninth and tenth grade syllabus has been provided which has also been started in all public and private schools.

Why Smart Syllabus is given to students?

It was unanimously decided by all the provinces that smart syllabuses should be given to the children so that next year’s annual examinations 2021 could be taken on time. The teachers also said that if the syllabus was not shortened, the children would be able to take the annual exams on time next year 2021.

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Smart Syllabus for 11th and 12th Class:

Eleventh and twelfth grade smart syllabus have not been introduced yet. It is also being heard that smart syllabuses of class XI and XII will not be given while students are also getting angry about how they will be able to give exams on time next year without smart syllabus so they should also be given smart syllabuses.

Smart Syllabus For Federal Board:

Let me also tell you that the Federal Board has already introduced smart syllabus for Class IX and Class X.

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