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ASSO CET 2014 Syllabus - Physics

Std. XII: Paper – I

Mechanics and Properties of Matter :

  • 1. Circular Motion :
    • 1.1      Angular Displacement
    • 1.2      Angular Velocity and Angular Acceleration
    • 1.3      Relation Between Linear Velocity and Angular Velocity
    • 1.4      Uniform Circular Motion
    • 1.5      Radial Acceleration
    • 1.6      Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces
    • 1.7      Banking of Roads
    • 1.8      Vertical Circular Motion
    • 1.9      Equation for Velocity and Energy at Different Positions of Vertical Circular Motion
    • 1.10    Kinematical Equations for Circular Motion in Analogy with Linear Motion.
  •  2. Gravitation :
    • 2.1      Newton’s Law of Gravitation
    • 2.2      Projection of Satellite
    • 2.3      Periodic Time
    • 2.4      Statement of Kepler’s Law of Motion
    • 2.5      Binding Energy and Escape Velocity of a satellite
    • 2.6      Weightlessness condition in Orbit
    • 2.7      Variation of ‘g’ Due to Altitude, Latitude and Depth
    • 2.8      Communication Satellite and Uses of Satellite
  •  3. Rotational Motion :
    • 3.1      Definition of Moment Inertia
    • 3.2      K.E. of Rotating Body
    • 3.3      Physical Significance of M.I.
    • 3.4      Radius of Gyration
    • 3.5      Torque
    • 3.6      Principle of Parallel and Perpendicular Axes
    • 3.7      Application of the principles to M.I. of uniform Rod, Ring, Disc, Solid Cylinder, Solid Sphere and solid sphere with proof
    • 3.8      Angular Momentum and its Conservation
  •  4. Oscillations :
    • 4.1      Explanation of Periodic Motion
    • 4.2      Simple Harmonic Motion
    • 4.3      Differential Equation of Linear S.H.M.
    • 4.4      Projection of U.C.M. on any Diameter
    • 4.5      Phase of S.H.M.
    • 4.6      K.E. and P.E. of a particle performing S.H.M.
    • 4.7      Composition of two S.H.M. having same Period and along same  Line
    • 4.8      Simple Pendulum
    • 4.9      Angular S.H.M. and its Differential Equation
    • 4.10    Magnet Vibrating in Uniform Magnetic Induction
  •  5. Elasticity :
    • 5.1      Deformation
    • 5.2      General Explanation of Elastic Property
    • 5.3      Plasticity
    • 5.4      Definition of Stress and Strain
    • 5.5      Hooke’s Law
    • 5.6      Elastic constants Y,K, h and Relation between them
    • 5.7      Determination of Young’s modulus by Searle’s Method
    • 5.8      Observation on a wire under applied increasing load
    • 5.9      Work Done in Stretching a Wire
  •  6. Surface Tension:
    • 6.1      Surface Tension on the Basis of Molecular Theory
    • 6.2      Surface Energy
    • 6.3      Surface Tension
    • 6.4      Angle of Contact
    • 6.5      Capillarity and Capillary Action
    • 6.6      Effect of Impurity and Temperature on S.T.

Sound :

  • 7. Wave Motion :
    • 7.1      Simple Harmonic Progressive Waves
    • 7.2      Reflection of Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
    • 7.3      Changes of Phase
    • 7.4      Superposition of Waves
    • 7.5      Formation of Beats
    • 7.6      Doppler Effect in Sound,
  •  8. Stationary Waves :
    • 8.1      Study of Vibrations in a Finite Medium
    • 8.2      Formation of Stationary Waves on String
    • 8.3      Study of Vibrations of Air Columns
    • 8.4      Free and Forced Vibrations
    • 8.5      Resonance
    • 8.6      ExperimentsSonometer, Resonance Tube, Melde’s Experiment,

Heat :

  • 9. Kinetic Theory of Gases:
    • 9.1      Concept of an Ideal Gas
    • 9.2      Assumptions of Kinetic Theory
    • 9.3      Mean Free Path
    • 9.4      Derivation for Pressure of a Gas
    • 9.5      Derivation of Boyle’s Law
    • 9.6      Specific Heat at Constant Volume and Pressure
    • 9.7      Internal and External Latent Heat,
  •  10. Radiation :
    • 10.1    Absorption, Emission, Reflection and Transmission of Heat Radiation
    • 10.2    Perfect Black Body
    • 10.3    Spectrum of Black Body Radiation in Terms of Wave Length
    • 10.4    Emissive Power and Absorptive Power
    • 10.5    Kirchhoff’s Law of Radiation and Theoretical Proof
    • 10.6    Prevost’s Theoryof heat exchanges
    • 10.7    Ritchie’s Experiment
    • 10.8    Stefan’s Law
    • 10.9    Newton’s Law of Cooling and Radiation Correction
    • 10.10  Solar Constant and Surface Temperature of Sun

Std. XII: Paper – II

Light :

  • 11. Wave Theory of Light :
    • 11.1    Wave Theory of Light
    • 11.2    Huygen’s Principle
    • 11.3    Construction of Plane and Spherical Wave Front
    • 11.4    Wave Front and Wave Normal
    • 11.5    Reflection at Plane Surface (without derivation of i=r)
    • 11.6    Polarisation
    • 11.7    Plane Polarised Light
    • 11.8    Brewster’s Law,
    • 11.9    Nicol Prism
    • 11.10 Polaroids.
  • 12. Interference and Diffraction :
    • 12.1    Interference of Light
    • 12.2    Conditions for Producing Steady Interference Pattern
    • 12.3    Young’s Experiment
    • 12.4    Analytical Treatment of Interference Bands
    • 12.5    Measurement of Wavelength by Biprism Experiment
    • 12.6    Diffraction Due to Single Slit
    • 12.7    Rayleigh’s Criterian
    • 12.8    Resolving Power of a Microscope and Telescope
    • 12.9    Difference Between Interference and Diffraction

Electricity and Magnetism :

  • 13. Electrostatics :
    • 13.1    Gauss’ Theorem, Proof and Applications
    • 13.2    Mechanical Force on Unit Area of a Charged Conductor
    • 13.3    Energy Density of a Medium
    • 13.4    Concept of Condenser
    • 13.5    Capacity of Parallel Plate Condenser
    • 13.6    Effect of Dielectric on Capacity
    • 13.7    Energy of Charged Condenser
    • 13.8    Condensers in Series and Parallel
    • 13.9    VandeGraaff Generator
  • 14. Current Electricity:
    • 14.1    Kirchhoff’s Law
    • 14.2    Wheatstone’s Bridge
    • 14.3    Meterbridge
    • 14.4    Potentiometer
    • 14.5    ThermoElectricity
    • 14.6    Seeback Effect, Thomson effect and Peltier effect
    • 14.7    Thermocouple
    • 14.8    Neutral and Inversion Temperature.
  • 15. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current :
    • 15.1    Ampere’s Law and its Applications
    • 15.2    Moving Coil Galvanometer
    • 15.3    Ammeter
    • 15.4    Voltmeter
    • 15.5    Sensitivity of Moving Coil Galvanometer
    • 15.6    Theory and Construction of Tangent Galvanometer
    • 15.7    Sensitivity and Accuracy of T.G.
    • 15.8    Cyclotron.
  • 16. Magnetism :
    • 16.1    Magnetic Induction at any Point Due to a Short Magnetic Dipole
    • 16.2    Magnetic Potential at any point due to a Short Magnetic Dipole
    • 16.3    Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism and ferromagnetism on the Basis of Domain Theory
    • 16.4    Curie Temperature
  • 17. Electromagnetic Induction:
    • 17.1    Laws of Electromagnetic Induction, proof of e = df/dt –
    • 17.2    Eddy Currents
    • 17.3    Self Induction and Mutual Induction
    • 17.4    Transformer
    • 17.5    Coil Rotating in uniform Magnetic Induction
    • 17.6    Alternating Currents
    • 17.7    Reactance and Impedance
    • 17.8    Power in a a.c. Circuit with Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance
    • 17.9    Resonant Circuit

Modern Physics :

  • 18. Electrons and Photons :
    • 18.1    Discovery of Electron
    • 18.2    Charge and Mass of Electron
    • 18.3    Photo Electric effect
    • 18.4    Einstein’s Equation
    • 18.5    Photoelectric cell and its Applications
  • 19. Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei :
    • 19.1    Bohr’s Model
    • 19.2    Hydrogen Spectrum
    • 19.3    Maser and Laser as light sources
    • 19.4    deBroglie’s Hypothesis
    • 19.5    Wavelength of an Electron
    • 19.6    Davisson and Germer Experiment
    • 19.7    Elementary idea of Electron Microscope
  • 20. Semiconductors:
    • 20.1    Energy Bands in Solids
    • 20.2    Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors
    • 20.3    Ptype and Ntype semiconductor
    • 20.4    PN Junction diodes
    • 20.5    Rectifiers
    • 20.6    Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator
    • 20.7    Solar Cell
    • 20.8    LED
    • 20.9    Transistor as an Amplifier
    • 20.10  Oscillators
    • 20.11  Logic Gates
  • 21. Communication :
    • 21.1    Space Communication
    • 21.2    Ground, Sky and space wave propagation
    • 21.3    Satellite Communication
    • 21.4    Application of Remote Sensing
    • 21.5    Line Communication
    • 21.6    Two Wire Lines
    • 21.7    Cables
    • 21.8    Optical Communication

ASSO CET 2014 Syllabus –  Chemistry

Std. XII Paper – I

Physical and Inorganic Chemistry :

  • 1. Solution and Colligative Properties :
    • 1.1      Introduction and Definition of solution
    • 1.2      Ways of Expressing Concentration of a Solution
    • 1.3      Definition of Colligative Properties
    • 1.4      Lowering of Vapour Pressure and Raoult’s Law
    • 1.5      Determination of Molecular Weight from Lowering of Vapour Pressure
    • 1.6      Boiling Point Elevation
    • 1.7      Determination of Molecular Weight from Elevation of Boiling Point
    • 1.8      Freezing Point Depression
    • 1.9      Determination of Molecular Weight from Depression of Freezing Point
    • 1.10    Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure
    • 1.11    Measurement of Osmotic Pressure by Berkeley and Hartley’s Method
    • 1.12    Laws of Osmotic Pressure
    • 1.13    Determination of Molecular Weight from Osmotic Pressure
    • 1.14    Abnormal Osmotic Pressure
    • 1.15    Self Learning (evaluative van’t HoffAvogardro’s Law.
  • 2. Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics :
    • 2.1      Introduction
    • 2.2      Concept in Thermodynamics
    • 2.3      Types of Systems
    • 2.4      Properties of a System
    • 2.5      Thermodynamic Function or State Function
    • 2.6      Types of Processes
    • 2.7      Nature of Work and Heat
    • 2.8      First Law of Thermodynamics
    • 2.9      Enthalpy of a System
    • 2.10    Thermochemistry
    • 2.11    Heat of Reaction
    • 2.12    Thermochemical Equations
    • 2.13    Types of Heat of Reactions
    • 2.14    Heat Capacity
    • 2.15    Kirchoff’s Equation
    • 2.16    Internal Energy and Change in Internal Energy
    • 2.17    Hess’s Law of Constant of Constant Heat Summation
    • 2.18    1) Definition and example of Homogenous and Heterogenous system 2) Work done in vacuum and work done in cyclic process. Self Learning (evaluative) .
  • 3. Ionic Equilibria :
    • 3.1      Introduction and Definition of Acids and Bases
    • 3.2      Strong and Weak Acids and Bases
    • 3.3      Ionisation of Water
    • 3.4      pH & pOH
    • 3.5      Common Ion Effect
    • 3.6      Buffer Solutions
    • 3.7      Solubility Product
    • 3.8      Hydrolysis of Salts
    • 3.9      Buffer of a Single Salt Solution. Self Learning (evaluative)
  • 4. Electrochemistry:
    • 4.1      Introduction,
    • 4.2      Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis
    • 4.3      Electrochemical Cells
    • 4.4      Conventions Used to Represent a Cell
    • 4.5      Types of Electrodes
    • 4.6      Concept of Electrode Potential (Nernst Theory) –
    • 4.7      Standard Oxidation Potential and Standard Reduction Potential
    • 4.8      EMF of a cell
    • 4.9      EMF Series
    • 4.10    Common Types of Cells
    • 4.11    Hydrogen Oxygen fuel cell
    • 4.12    Concept of Corrosion
  • 5. Nuclear Chemistry :
    • 5.1      Introduction
    • 5.2      Characteristics of Subatomic Particles
    • 5.3      Nuclear Stability
    • 5.4      Radioactivity
    • 5.5      Artifical Radioactivity and Artificial Transmutation
    • 5.6      Nuclear Reactions
    • 5.7      Radio Isotopes and Their Uses
    • 5.8      Application of radio isotopes in agriculture and production of synthetic elements. Self Learning Evaluative.
  • 6. Chemical Kinetics :
    • 6.1      Introduction,
    • 6.2      Rate of a Reaction
    • 6.3      Rate Laws
    • 6.4      Order of a Reaction
    • 6.5      Molecularity and Order of a Reaction
    • 6.6      Pseudo First Order Reaction
    • 6.7      Integrated Rate Equation
    • 6.8      Half Life of a Reaction
    • 6.9      Determination of Order of a Reaction
  • 7. dBlock Elements :
    • 7.1      Introduction, Position in Periodic Table, Electronic Configuration
    • 7.2      Characteristics of Transition Metals
    • 7.3      ZincOccurrence
    • 7.4      Extraction of Zinc from Zinc Blende by Carbon Reduction Process
    • 7.5      Physical and Chemical Properties of Zinc
    • 7.6      Uses of Zinc
    • 7.7      Self study evaluative Galvanization of Iron.

Std. XII Paper – II

Inorganic and Organic Chemistry :

  • 8. fBlock Elements :
    • 8.1      Lanthanides: Introduction, Position in Periodic in Periodic Table, Electronic Configuration
    • 8.2      Oxidation States, Colour
    • 8.3      Lanthanide Contraction Effect
    • 8.4      Actinides : Introduction Position in Periodic Table, Electronic Configuration
    • 8.5      Comparison between Lanthanides and Actinides
    • 8.6      Self Study Evaluative: Similarities in Properties of Lanthanides and Actinides.
  • 9. Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes :
    • 9.1      Introduction
    • 9.2      Classification
    • 9.3      Monohalogen Derivatives
    • 9.4      Nomenclature of alkyl Halides
    • 9.5      Preparation of alkyl Halides
    • 9.6      Reactions of alkyl Halides (Primary, Secondary and tertiary)
    • 9.7      Dihalogen Derivative C2H4CI2
    • 9.8      Trihalogen Derivative (CHCI3 and CHI3) –
    • 9.9      Bond Fission
    • 9.10    Reagents
    • 9.11    Mobility of Electrons in Single and Double Bonds
    • 9.12    SN1 and SN2 Reaction Mechanism
    • 9.13    Optical Activity
    • 9.14    Self Learning Evaluative. The Action of HBr on 1butene in Presence and Absence of Peroxide,
  • 10. Organic Hydroxy Compounds:
    • A.       Alcohols:
      • 10.1    Alcohosl: Introduction
      • 10.2    Classification
      • 10.3    Nomenclature
      • 10.4    Preparation
      • 10.5    Physical Properties
      • 10.6    Chemical Properties
      • 10.7    Uses of Alcohol
    • B.       Phenols:
      • 10.8    Phenols Introduction
      • 10.9    Preparation of Phenol
      • 10.10  Reaction of Phenol
      • 10.11  Distinction Between Alcohol and Phenol
      • 10.12  Uses of Phenol
      • 10.13  Self Learning (evaluative) , Solubility of Lower Alcohols in Water (Hydrogen Bonding) , The Different Isomers of C4H9OH and their preparation by reduction of aldehydes and Ketones,
  • 11. Ethers :
    • 11.1    Introduction
    • 11.2    Classification
    • 11.3    Nomenclature and Metamerism
    • 11.4    Preparation, Reactions
    • 11.5    Uses
    • 11.6    Self Learning Evaluative The Preparation of ethyl npropyl ether by Williamson’s Synthesis.
  • 12. Aldehydes and Ketones :
    • 12.1    Introduction,
    • 12.2    Carbonyl Compounds & Classification
    • 12.3    Nomenclature of aldehydes and Ketones
    • 12.4    Preparation of aldehydes Ketones
    • 12.5    Reaction of Aldehydes and Ketones
    • 12.6    Self Learning (Evaluative):
      • (i) Preparation of Propionaldehyde and diethyl Ketone by all known Methods (ii) The aldol Condensation Reaction with Propionaldehyde.
  • 13. Acids and Esters :
    • (A) Acids:
      • 13.1    Introduction
      • 13.2    Nomenclature of Acids
      • 13.3    Preparation of Acids
      • 13.4    Reaction of Acids
    • (B) Esters:
      • 13.5    Ester Introduction –
      • 13.6    Nomenclature of Esters
      • 13.7    Preparation of Esters
      • 13.8    Reaction of Esters
      • 13.9    Uses of Esters
      • 13.10  Self Learning evaluative :
        • i) Preparation of propionic acid by all known methods
        • ii) Preparation of acid amide by using acid Chloride
        • iii) The action of ethyl magnesium halides on esters (formate and acetate only)
      • 13.11  Preparation of scented Sticks Enterprise Education (nonevaluative)
      • 13.12  Preparation of room freshener Enterprise Education (nonevaluative)
  • 14. Amines :
    • 14.1    Introduction
    • 14.2    Classification
    • 14.3    Nomenclature
    • 14.4    Preparation of Primary Amines
    • 14.5    Reaction of Amines
    • 14.6    Self Learning Evaluative :

Conversion of Quaternary Ammonium Halides to Quaternary Ammonium Hydroxides.

  • 15. Biomolecules :
    • 15.1    Introduction
    • 15.2    Carbohydrates
    • 15.3    Proteins
    • 15.4    Fats and Oils
  • 16. Synthetic Fibres :
    • 16.1    Introduction
    • 16.2    Classification of Fibres
    • 16.3    Preparation of Fibres
    • 16.4    Physical Properties and Uses of Fibres.
  • 17. Chemistry in Everyday Life :
    • 17.1    Introduction Chemicals in Medicines and Healthcare
    • 17.2    Analgesic
    • 17.3    Tranquilizers
    • 17.4    Antiseptic and Disinfectants
    • 17.5    Antibiotics
    • 17.6    Antacids
    • 17.7    Chemicals in Food Preservatives
    • 17.8    Artifical Sweetening Agent
    • 17.9    Antioxidants
    • 17.10  Enterprise Education: Preparation of Disinfectant Phenyl (evaluative).

ASSO CET 2014 Syllabus –  Biology

Std. XII Paper – I

General Biology and Botany

Section I : General Biology

  •  1. Ecology and Environment:
    • 1.1      Natural Resources and their Conservation
      • a)   Natural resources
      • b)   Water Resources and conservation
      • c)   Forest Resources and conservation
      • d)   Concept of Endangered Species and Concept of Endemic Species
      • e)   Remote Sensing to study Vegetations
  •  2. Biology in Human Welfare:
    • 2.1      Biotechnology
      • a)   Concept of Gene and Nucleic Acids
      • b)   Genetic Engineering
      • c)   Cloning
      • d)   Transgenic Plants.
      • e)   Genomics,
      • f)   Gene Library
      • g)   Gene Bank Recombinant DNA
      • h)   DNA Fingerprints
      • i)    Plants Tissue Culture
      • j)    Callus and Suspension Culture in Brief.,
      • k)   Biopatent, Biopiracy, Biowar, Bioethics.
  •  3. Application of Biology :
      • 3.1      Biofertilizers: i) Rhizobium ii) Blue Green Algae (BGA) ,
      • 3.2      Medicinal Plants: i) AdhatodaZeylania (Vasica) ii) Aloe Vera iii) Ocimumsanctum iv) Asparagus Racemosus v) Azadirachta Indica,
      • 3.3      Mushroom Cultivation.

Section II : Botany

  • 4. Physiology of Plants :
    • 4.1      Plant Water Relations
    • 4.2      Photosynthesis
    • 4.3      Respiration
  • 5. Reproduction Growth and Development :
    • 5.1      Reproduction in Angiosperms
    • 5.2      Plant Growth

Std. XII Paper – II

General Biology and Zoology

Section I : General Biology

  • 6. Biology in Human Welfare :
    • 6.1      Human Population: Characteristics of population – Vitality, natality, mortality, density, age distribution, sex ratio, population explosion, impact of population explosion, common problems of adolescence social and moral implications, mental health and addictive disorders.
    • 6.2      Human Health Diseases and Immunity System
      • 6.2.1   Health and Disease: Types of Disease. Disease Causing Agents (Biological and Chemical) Modes of TransmissionDirect and Indirect
      • 6.2.2   Study of Disease: Cancer, AIDS and Typhoid (Causative Agents, Modes of Transmission Symptoms and Preventive Measures.) –
      • 6.2.3   Immunity System: Concept of Immunity, Types of Immunity, Structure of Antibody. Formation of Antigen Antibody Complex, Antigen on Blood Cell, Immune Disorder AIDS and Allergy,
    • 6.3      Biomedical Technologies: Sphygmomanometer Electrocardiograph (ECG) Haemometer, Sonography Endoscopy, Angiography, Elisa Test, Vidal Test.
    • 6.4      Bioinformatics: Concept of Bioinformatics. Basic of Computer, Databases and its types (Primary and Secondary), Application of Bioinformatics.
  • 7. Applications of Biology :
    • 7.1      Vermiculture
    • 7.2      Fishery

Section II : Zoology

  • 8. Physiology of Animals :
    • 8.1      Circulation in Animals,
    • 8.2      Osmoregulation and Excretion in Animals,
    • 8.3      Nervous CoOrdination in Animals
    • 8.4      Hormonal CoOrdination in Human.
  • 9. Reproduction Growth and Development :
    • 9.1      Reproduction and Development in animals

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