Start Date
01/07/2017
End Date
31/12/2017
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Overview
About the course:
The world around us has an astonishing variety of phenomenon. Physics gives us a chance to take a close look and try to understand these. We have evidence to support the work since ancient times by thinkers, philosophers and scientists, who tried to unravel the mystery around us .The excitement of learning to do systematic scientific work is the root of this course. You will learn methods of measurementincluding universally accepted norms. Kinematics and Dynamics, one that helps us realise how things move and the other what causes them to move .Some energy is required to move things and we will define some scientific terminology in a way that communication about physics to others is easy. In this course we will learn about different ways bodies move –motion in a straight line, in a plane. You will also learn about system of particles and rigid body rotation and extend the same to explore gravitation. We have to first understand the basics, therefore in times when scientific skills are far advanced as compared to what they were many years back, we will still revisit those ideas and study physical laws within limits. It is only after understanding the fundamental rules we will be able to extend them to more complex situations in real life. .mathematics is important for the physics course because it lends excitement to i , if we say the car moves with a speed of x km/h and 80km/h. Physics problem with numbers is called numerical. We will work on many of them during the course.
MODULE WISE DISTRIBUTION
Unit 1: Physical World and Measurement
Module 1 
· Physical world · Meaning of physics. · Scope and Excitement of physics. 
Module 2 
· Need of measurement · SI units · fundamental and derived units · Measurement of mass ,length and time

Module 3 
· Accuracy, precision · significant figures · Errors

Module 4 
· Expressing physical quantities dimensionally Dimensional analysis · Application of dimensional analysis

Unit 2: Kinematics
Module 1 
· Introduction to moving objects · frame of reference , · limitations of our study · treating bodies as point objects

Module 2 
· motion as change of position with time · distance travelled unit of measurement · displacement negative, zero positive · difference between distance travelled and displacement · describing motion by position time and displacement time graphs

Module 3 
· rate of change of position · speed · velocity · zero , negative and positive velocity · unit of velocity · uniform and non uniform motion · average speed · instantaneous velocity · velocity time graphs · relating position time and velocity time graphs

Module 4

· accelerated motion · Rate of change of speed , velocity · Equations of motion 
Module 5 
· application of equations of motion · graphs · numerical

Module 6 
· vectors · vectors and physical quantities · vector algebra · relative velocity · problems river boat, person and umbrella · box and truck

Module 7

· motion in a plane · using vectors to understand motion in 2 dimensions projectiles · projectiles as special case of 2 D motion · constant acceleration due to gravity in the vertical direction zero acceleration in the horizontal direction derivation of equations relating horizontal range vertical range velocity of projection angle of projection

Module 8 
· circular motion · Uniform circular motion · Constant speed yet accelerating · Derivation of · Direction of acceleration · If the speed is not constant · Net acceleration

Module 9 
· Numericals on motion in two dimensions · Projectile problems

Module 10 
· Differentiation · Integration · Logarithms · Application of calculus and logarithms in physics calculations

Unit 3: Laws of Motion
Module 1 
· Force · inertia · First law of motion

Module 2 
· Momentum · Second law · Impulse · F= ma · Constant and variable force

Module 3 
· Third law · Conservation of linear momentum and its applications

Module 4 
· Types of forces( tension, normal, weight … · Equilibrium of concurrent forces · FBD

Module 5 
· Friction · Coefficient of friction · Static · Kinetic · Rolling · Role if daily life

Module 6 
· Dynamics of circular motion · Centripetal force · Banking of roads

Module 7 
· Using laws of motion to solve problems in daily life

Unit 4: Work, Energy and Power
Module 1 
· Meaning of work in the physical sense · Constant force over variable displacement · variable force for constant displacement · Calculating work · Unit of work · Dot product · Numerical

Module 2 
· Kinetic energy · Work energy theorem · Power · Numerical

Module 3 
· Potential energy · Potential energy due to position · Conservative and non conservative forces · Calculation of potential energy

Module 4 
· Potential energy · Elastic Potential energy · springs

Module 5 
· Motion in a vertical circle · Applications of work energy theorem

Module 6 
· Collisions · Idealism in Collision in one dimension · Elastic and inelastic collision · Derivation

Module 7 
· Collision in two dimension · Problems

Unit 5: Motion of System of Particles
Module 1 
· Rigid body · Centre of mass · Distribution of mass · Types of motion: Translatory, circulatory and rotatory 
Module 2 
· Centre of mass · Application of centre of mass to describe motion · Motion of centre of mass 
Module 3 
· Analogy of circular motion of a point particle about a point and different points on a rigid body about an axis · Relation v = rω · Kinematics of rotational motion 
Module 4 
· Moment of inertia · Difference between mass and moment of inertia · Derivation of value of moment of inertia for a lamina about a vertical axis perpendicular to the plane of the lamina · unit · Radius of gyration · Perpendicular and parallel axis theorems 
Module 5 
· Torque · Types of torque · Dynamics of rotator motion ·

Module 6 
· equilibrium of rigid bodies · condition of net force and net torque · numerical

Module 7 
· rolling on plane surface · horizontal · inclined surface · numerical

Module 8 
· Law of conservation of angular momentum and its applications. · Numerical

Unit 6: Gravitation
Module 1 
· Gravitation · Laws of gravitation · Early studies · Keplar’s laws

Module 2 
· Acceleration due to gravity · Variation of g with altitude · Variation of g due to depth · Other factors that change g

Module 3 
· Gravitational field · Gravitational energy · Gravitational potential energy · Need to describe these values

Module 4 
· Satellites · India’s satellite programme and target applications · Geo stationary satellites · Polar satellites · escape velocity · escape velocity from another planet

Module 5 
· conceptual problems · numerical

Development team
S.No. 
SME Name 
Profile 
1. 
Mrs. Vandita Shukla

With about 20 years of experience in the domain of education, she is currently working as P.G.T. Physics In Kulachi Hansraj Model School, Ashok Vihar, Delhi. 
2. 
Ms.Yashu chabbra

She has been teaching Physics to classes 11^{th} and 12^{th} since 1989 in Kulachi Hansraj Model School as PGT(Physics). 
3. 
Mrs. Alpana Malik

She is PGT (Physics) from St Thomas School, Mandir Marg, New Delhi since 1987. She is M.Sc , M. Phill from Delhi University. 
4. 
Mrs. Pushpa Tyagi

She has worked in central school as Post graduate teacher for 12(twelve) years .She also worked in Sanskriti School Chankyapuri New Delhi as Head of Physics Department for 7(seven) years . 
5. 
Mrs. Taru Goyal

She is M.Sc.(Physics), B.Ed working at Air Force Sr. Sec. School , Race Course , New Delhi 110003 as PGT Physics since 17 years. 
6. 
Ms.Vani Ranga

She is working as PGT (PHYSICS) at School Salwan Public School, Rajendra Nagar, New Delhi60.

7. 
Mrs.Pragya Nopany

HOD Physics, Birla Vidya Niketan (BVN) a school with results among top 5 public schools of South Delhi. 
8. 
Mrs. Chitra Goel

Retd. Principal Rajkiya PratibhaVikasVidyalaya New Delhi.

9. 
Mrs. Smita Fangaria

She is a physics teacher working as a PGT physics in Amity International School, Noida since 2005. 
10. 
Ms. Geeta Dhasmana 
She is M.Sc.(physics) M.Ed. having two year teaching experience and working in CIET, New Delhi. 
11. 
Mr. Ramesh Prasad Badoni

He is a National ICT Awardee for 2012, responsible for developing the MOOCS, SME and econtent for young kids’ workforce in the Education department of Uttrakhand state using ICT Tools. 
. 12. 
Mr. G. Haridas

He is HOD of Physics Department at Shaheed Rajpal DAV Public School Dayanand Vihar Delhi. 
13. 
Mr. Vivek Bhardwaj

An articulate and progressive Physics teacher working as coordinator at Delhi Public School Vasant Kunj 
14. 
Mr. Dinesh Tyagi

A dedicated teacher has been teaching in Delhi schools for the past fifteen years. 
15. 
Mr. Mirza Jawed Alam Baig

He is working as head, department of physics in Sanskriti School, Chanakyapuri New Delhi. He has an experience of over 15 years in the field of teaching. 
16. 
Mr.Prithvi Raj Tiwari

He Started Physics teaching at prestigious Lions School Mirzapur in year 1996 and worked with many schools in last 20years. Presently working as Senior Physics Teacher in Modern School Vasant Vihar, New Delhi.

17. 
Mr. Ashish Verma 
He is M.Sc.(physics) working as assistant professor in CIET, New Delhi. 
Expert Panel
S.No. 
Experts 
Profile 
1. 
Dr. N.K. Sehgal

Retd. Associate professor in Physics dept of physics and electronics Hans Raj college, university of Delhi. 
2. 
Prof. V. B. Bhatia

Retired from Delhi University as Professor of Physics after serving for 42years.

3. 
Prof. B. K. Sharma

Former Prof NCERT, New Delhi has been involved in the field of condensed matter physics, ultrasonic and teaching UG and PG levels for past 47 years.

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Faculty
Anuradha Mathur has been teaching Physics since 1975 at secondary and senior secondary level. She has also taught physics to undergraduate students at Harvard University Boston She represented Indian schools at ICT conference in Hawaii, Paris GATE Global Alliance for Transnational Education, IIT Delhi and IIM Bangalore . At Modern School Vasant Vihar New Delhi she was head of Physics and head of Resource Center . She set up the resource centre 1997 and a virtual school in 2000.She led the development of a diagnostic etest , for the process of teaching and learning. She developed techniques to evolve net based projects, science exhibitions, science toys production and creative models, many of these were awarded at national and international level. She has been part of development team for teaching learning material for CBSE, NCERT ,NIOS ,ICSE since 1983.She was also member of Textbook Development Committee for senior secondary physics text book (2006). She is currently actively working on development of material for National Repository of Open Educational Resource (NROER) at CIET NCERT.
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