Smart Syllabus For Class 9th Physics is given below:

**Chapter 1: Physical Quantities and Measurement**

**Topics:**

**Physical Quantities, Base Quantities, Derived Quantities, International System of**

**Units, Base Units, Derived Units, Prefixes, Scientific Notation, Vernier Callipers,**

**Significant Figures, ****Example: 1.4**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: **

**Q 1.1: (iv, v, vii, x) (1.4 to 1.7, 1.9 to 1.11, 1.13), **

**Problems: (1.2, 1.3, 1.6, 1.8)**

**Home Work: **

**Q 1.1: (i to iii and vi) (1.2, 1.3, 1.5, 1.8, 1.12), **

**Problems: (1.4, 1.5, 1.9)**

**Chapter 2: Kinematics**

**Rest and Motion, Scalars and Vectors, Terms Associated with Motion, Graphical**

**Analysis of Motion**

**Distance-Time Graph, Speed-Time Graph, Equations of Motion, Motion of Freely**

**Falling Bodies, Examples: 2.4-2.10**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: Q 2.1: (iv-vii, ix, x, xii) (2.6-2.8, 2.13), Problems: (2.3-2.5, 2.7, 2.8)**

**Home Work: Q 2.1: (iii, viii-xi) (2.4, 2.5, 2.9, 2.10), Problems: (2.1, 2.2, 2.6)**

**Chapter 3: Dynamics**

**Force, Inertia and Momentum, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Mass and Weight, Force**

**and Momentum, Law of Conservation of Momentum and its Daily Life**

**Applications, Friction, Coefficient of Friction (F= µR), Rolling Friction, Centripetal**

**Force, Examples: 3.1, 3.3, 3.6**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: Q 3.1: (iii, viii) (3.3, 3.5-3.10, 3.12, 3.13, 3.17), Problems: (3.5, 3.9)**

**Home Work: Q 3.1: (I, ii, v, vii-ix) (3.2, 3.4, 3.11, 3.14-3.17), Problems: (3.1-3.4, 3.8, 3.10)**

**Chapter 4: Turning Effect of Forces**

**Likeiand UnlikeiParallel Forces, Addition of Forces, Head to Tail Rule, Resolution**

**of Forces, Torque or Moment of a Force, Principle of Moments, Centre of Gravity,**

**Equilibrium, First Condition of Equilibrium, Second Condition of Equilibrium only,**

**Examples: 4.2-4.5**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: Q 4.1: (ii, iv-vii), (4.4, 4.5, 4.7-4.9, 4.11, 4.12), Problems: (4.1, 4.3, 4.7, 4.8)**

**Home Work: Q 4.1: (i-iii, viii), (4.6, 4.10-4.13), Problems: (4.2, 4.4-4.6)**

**Chapter 5: Gravitation**

**The ForceiofiGravitation,iLaw ofiGravitation, Law of Gravitation and Newton Third**

**Law of Motion, Mass of Earth, Artificial Satellites, Examples: 5.1, 5.2**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: Q 5.1: (ii) (5.8-5.10) Problems: (5.4, 5.5, 5.8, 5.9)**

**Home Work: Q 5.1: (i, iii, iv) (5.2, 5.3, 5.12, 5.13) Problems: (5.1-5.3, 5.7)**

**Chapter 6: Work and Energy**

**Energy, Kinetic Energy (K.E.=1/2 mv2), Potential Energy (P.E.=mgh), Efficiency,**

**Power, Examples: 6.2, 6.3, 6.5, 6.7**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: Q 6.1: (ii, iii, vii), (6.3, 6.5, 6.6, 6.13, 6.14), Problems: (6.4-6.6)**

**Home Work: Q 6.1: (i, iv-vi, ix), (6.2, 6.4, 6.7, 6.15, 6.16), Problems: (6.1-6.3, 6.7, 6.9)**

**Chapter 7: Properties of Matter**

**Pressure, Atmospheric Pressure, Variation in Atmospheric Pressure, Pressure in**

**Liquids, Density, Pascal’s Law, Elasticity, Hooke’s Law, Young’s Modulus,**

**Examples: 7.2, 7.7**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: Q7.1: (viii) (7.22), Problems: (7.1,7.6)**

**Home Work: Q7.1: (iii) (7.6, 7.15, 7.17), Problems: (7.5, 7.12)**

**Chapter 8: Thermal Properties of Matter**

**Temperature and Heat, Specific Heat Capacity, Importance of Large Specific Heat**

**Capacity of Water, Heat Capacity, Change of State, Latent Heat of Fusion, Latent**

**Heat of Vaporization, The Evaporation, Thermal Expansion, Linear Thermal**

**Expansion in Solids, Volume Thermal Expansion, Examples: 8.5-8.7**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: Q 8.1: (vi, vii), (8.7-8.9) Problems: (8.4, 8.8)**

**Home Work: Q 8.1: (iv, v viii), (8.3, 8.10) Problems: (8.3, 8.7)**

**Chapter 9: Transfer of Heat**

**Transfer of Heat, Conduction, Thermal Conductivity, Convection, Convection**

**Currents in Air, Use of Convection Currents, Land and Sea Breezes, Gliding,**

**Radiation, Example: 9.1**

**Exercise:**

**Class Work: Q 9.1: (ii, vi-viii), (9.4, 9.6, 9.7), Problems: (9.2)**

**Home Work: Q 9.1: (i, iii, v, ix), (9.2, 9.5), Problems: (9.1)**

**EXPERIMENTS:**

**1. Toimeasure theiVolume of aiSolid Cylinder by measuring Length and**

**Diameter of a Solid Cylinder with Vernier Callipers.**

**2. Toifind theiValueiof “g” by Free Fall Method.**

**3. Investigate the Relationship between Force of Limiting Friction and Normal**

**Reactionito find theiCo-efficient of Sliding Friction between a Wooden**

**Block and Horizontal Surface.**

**4. To determine the Resultant of two forces graphically using a Horizontal**

**Force Table.**

**5. To find the Weight of an unknown object by using Principle of Moments.**

**6. To study the Effect of the Length of Simple Pendulum on Time and hence**

**find “g” by calculation.**

**7. Toistudy theiRelationship between Load and Extension (Helical Spring) by**

**drawing a graph.**

**8. To find the Specific Heat by the method of mixture using Polystyrene Cups**

**(used as container of negligible Heat Capacity).**

**9. To measure the Specific Heat of Fusion of Ice.**

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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.