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BIOLOGY

Total Topics: 140   |   Total Duration: 07.42.00

Simulation name

1. Sterilization and pasteurization

2. Structure of flower

3. Nitrogen fixation

4. Experiment to check water holding capacity of soil

5. Human skeletal system -1

6. Ear

7. Hepatitis B

8. Permanent slides-l

9. Permanent slides-ll

10. Significance of oxygen in seed germination

11. Photosynthesis

12. Photosynthesis

13. Significance of light in photosynthesis

14. Study of respiration in germinating seeds

15. Root modifications

16. Support in aquatic plants

17. Imbibition and endosmosis

18. Water cycle

19. Soil profile

20. Structure of DNA

21. Skeletal system

22. Human skeletal system -2

23. Composition and functions of blood

24. Human nervous system (I)

25. Plant and animal tissue

26. Separation of leaf pigments by paper chromatography

27. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)

28. Monoclonal antibodies

29. Stem cells

30. Stem modification

31. Types of leaves - I

32. Hydroponics

33. Aquatic ecosystem

34. Food chain

35. Ecological pyramids

36. Air pollution

37. Recycling

38. Eukaryotic cell

39. DNA replication

40. Tryptophan operon

41. Monohybrid cross

42. Chromosomal mutation

43. Gene mutation

44. Genetic disorders

45. Action of major enzymes in humans (Salivary gland)

46. Human skeletal system -3

47. Osteoporosis

48. Blood clotting

49. Lymphatic system

50. Blood group and blood transfusion

51. Haemolysis and crenation of RBCs

52. Atherosclerosis (Heart disease)

53. Detection of bile salts in urine

54. Neuromuscular junction

55. Alzheimer’s disease

56. Role of insulin in cell metabolism

57. Glucose homoeostasis

58. Types of pathogenic bacteria

59. AIDS: caused by HIV

60. Scoliosis

61. Starfish and snail

62. Fungi ll

63. Yeast and fungi

64. Growing rhizopus in lab

65. Plant life cycle - Alternation of generations in bryophytes

66. Alternation of generation in angiosperms

67. Xerophytes, halophytes and mesophytes

68. Bird flight

69. Regeneration among animals

70. Life cycle of frog

CHEMISTRY

Total Topics: 090   |   Total Duration: 06.36.00

Medical techniques & equipments

Topic name

Duration

1. Common Laboratory Apparatus

2. Compound

3. Compounds of Phosphorus

4. Naming simple compounds

5. Empirical and Molecular Formula

6. Oxides of Metals and Non-metals

7. Physical properties of H2SO4

8. Separation of Liquid-Liquid Mixture

9. Crystallization

10. Valency

11. Desirable and undesirable changes

12. Reaction of Metals with Oxygen

13. Reaction of metals with hydrogen

14. Reaction of metal with chlorine

15. Reactions of Metals with Water

16. Reaction of carbonates and bicarbonates

17. Silver Halides

18. Silver nitrate (AgNO3)

19. Acid Base Titration

20. Chemical properties of bases

21. Classification of Acid, Base and Salt

22. Properties of acids

23. Preparation of bases

24. Universal Indicator

25. Neutralization

26. Liquid Gas Mixture

27. Distillation

28. Centrifugation

29. Chromatography of black ink

30. Separation of rare gases from air

31. Sublimation

32. Laboratory Preparation of Oxygen

33. Lab preparation of CO2

34. Laboratory preparation of hydrogen gas

35. Lab Preparation of Oxygen

36. Destructive Distillation of Coal

37. Destructive Distillation of Wood

38. Balancing Equation

39. Build an Element

40. Variable valency

41. Polar and Non-polar covalent bond

42. Covalent Bond

43. Classical concept of redox reaction

44. Electrons and redox reaction

45. Dobereiner's law of triads

46. Electron Configuration

47. Modern Periodic Table

48. Molecular Mass

49. Physical properties of Hydrogen

50. Physical Properties of Metals - I

51. Properties of Sulphur dioxide (SO2)

52. Chemical Properties of Conc. H2SO4

53. Properties of different states of matter

54. Combination Reaction

55. Decomposition Reaction

56. Displacement Reaction

57. Double Decomposition Reaction

58. Isotopes

59. Osmotic Pressure

60. Conduction of Electricity by Different Liquids

61. Ignition Temperature

62. Changes around us

63. Chemical reactions and their characteristics

64. Corrosion

65. Hardness of water

66. Factors affecting the rate of evaporation of water

67. Water dissolves many substances

68. Bleaching powder

69. Adulteration

70. Chemical formula

71. Compounds and elements present in it

72. Introduction to Functional Groups

73. Reactivity of metals

74. Orbits of Atom

75. Electronic Configuration

76. Oxidation number

77. Chemical Bonding

78. Ionic Bond

79. Hydrogen Bonding

80. van der Waals' forces

81. Lewis Representation

82. Fission of Covalent Bonds

83. Hybridization

84. Electrolysis

85. Assembly of a Standard Hydrogen Electrode

86. Factors affecting products of Electrolysis

87. Application of Faraday's First Law

88. Application of Faraday's Second Law

89. Electrolysis of Water

90. Structural Isomerism

91. Geometrical Isomerism

92. Basic Buffer

93. Acidic Buffer

94. Rate law of Zero order reaction

95. Rate law of First order reaction

96. Rate law of Second order reaction

97. Comparison of Rate Laws

98. Order of the reaction

99. SN1 Reaction

100. Energy changes in reactions

101. Exothermic and Endothermic Changes

102. Entropy

103. Heat of Neutralization

104. Heat of Solution

105. Gay -Lussac's Law

106. Le Chatelier's Principle (Temperature)

107. Solution, Suspension and Colloid

108. Le Chatelier's Principle

109. Dynamic Nature of Chemical Equilibrium

110. Saturated and unsaturated organic compounds

111. Classification of linear hydrocarbons

112. IUPAC Nomenclature of alkenes

113. Diene Compounds

114. Alkynes

115. Reactions of Ethyne

116. Addition Reactions of Alkenes

117. Aldol condensation reaction

118. Contact Process

119. Ostwald Process

120. Haber Process

121. EDTA Titration

122. Redox Titration

123. pH metric Titration

124. Lucas Test

125. Lab Preparation of SO2

126. Lab Preparation of Chlorine

127. Preparation of methane gas

128. Preparation of HCl

129. Phenol Test

130. Preparation of standard solution

131. Laboratory preparation of Soap

132. Fire Extinguisher

133. pH Meter

134. Hess's Law

135. Huckel's Rule

136. Raoult's law

137. Law of constant proportions

138. Charge on colloidal particles

139. Lowering of Vapour Pressure

140. Separation of amines -1

141. Concentration of a solution

142. Bohr's model

143. Change in pH due to Common Ion Effect

144. Chemical properties of carbon dioxide

145. Effect of salt on physical properties of water

146. Properties of Acetic acid

147. Diffusion of gases

148. Directing Groups and Their Directive Effects

149. Adsorption

150. Flame Test

151. Isobars and Isotones

152. Stoichiometry

153. Renewable and non renewable sources of energy

154. Combustible And Non-combustible Materials

155. Formula of Salts

156. Limiting Reactant

157. Factors Affecting Solubility of a Solute

158. States of Matter

159. Oxidation State of Transition Elements

160. Oxidation State of Lanthanide Element

PHYSICS

Total Topics: 070   |   Total Duration: 05.45.00

Plant physiology

Topic name

Duration

1. Volume determination of solids

2. Volume of irregular solids

3. Volume of liquids

4. Screw gauge

5. Graphs and their applications

6. Effects of force

7. Types of force

8. Balanced and unbalanced forces

9. Barometer

10. Laws of liquid pressure

11. Lever

12. Principle of lever

13. Faulty balance - I

14. Class - II lever

15. Types of motion

16. Pulley

17. Advantage of pulley systems

18. Mechanical advantage of gear

19. Mechanical advantage of screw

20. Work and energy

21. Friction

22. Factors affecting friction

23. Simple pendulum

24. Thermometer

25. Combined maximum-minimum thermometer

26. Conduction

27. Transfer of heat by conduction

28. Transparent, translucent, and opaque objects

29. Laws of reflection

30. Effect of rotation of plane mirror

31. Pinhole camera

32. Various sources of light

33. Light and shadow

34. Mirror

35. Periscope

36. Angle of minimum deviation

37. Defects of eye and their correction

38. Components of electric circuit

39. Components of electric circuit

40. Bulb connected to cell

41. Magnetic and non magnetic material

42. Electromagnetic induction

43. Forces and direction

44. Demagnetization

45. Electric bell

46. Efficient use of electrical energy

47. Electric fuse

48. Heating effect of electric current?

49. Phases of the moon

50. Newton's laws of motion

51. Newton's third law of motion

52. Fan cart

53. Newton's law of gravitation

54. Projectile motion

55. Law of inertia

56. Uniform circular motion

57. Centripetal and centrifugal forces

58. Spring balance

59. Potential energy

60. Kinetic energy and potential energy

61. Inertia

62. Mass and weight

63. Collision

64. Velocity

65. Power

66. Newton's law of universal gravitation

67. Spring pendulum

68. Density

69. Archimedes' principle

70. Applications of Archimedes' principle

71. Relative density of liquid

72. Equilibrium of floating body

73. Application of floatation

74. Hydrostatic pressure of the liquid

75. Hydrometer

76. Thrust & pressure

77. Rutherford's-Alpha particle scattering

78. Melting point and boiling point

79. Primary colours

80. Regular and irregular reflection of light

81. Multiple reflection

82. Refractive index

83. Refraction of light through glass slab

84. Dispersion of white light

85. Power of lenses

86. Image formation by convex lens

87. Application of Doppler effect in light

88. Prism binoculars

89. Focal length of convex lens by u-v method

90. Telescope

91. Resonance tube

92. Ohm's law

93. Cells in series and voltage

94. Series & parallel connection of bulbs

95. Parallel and series connection of resistors

96. Electric potential difference

97. Electroplating

98. Electromagnet

99. Magnetic field due to a straight wire carrying conductor

100. Magnetic field around a solenoid

101. Moving coil loud speaker

102. Relay switch

103. Lenz's law

104. Electric generator

105. Electric motor

106. Construction of DC motor

107. Types of capacitor

108. Power dissipation in AC and DC circuits

109. Resistance of wire

110. Physical quantities and SI units

111. Derived physical quantities

112. Stellar parallax

113. Applications of Hooke's law

114. Young's modulus

115. Drag force and terminal velocity

116. Aerofoil

117. Bernoulli’s principle

118. Pascal's law

119. Windturbine

120. Kinetic friction

121. Damped oscillation

122. Viscosity

123. Brownian motion

124. Maltese cross tube

125. Photoelectric effect

126. Linear thermal expansion

127. Coefficient of cubical expansion

128. Thermal conductivity

129. Boyle's and Charle's law

130. Specific heat

131. Refraction and total internal reflection

132. Applications of total internal reflection

133. Refraction and total internal reflection

134. Compound microscope

135. Polarization by selective absorption

136. Ripple tank experiment

137. Spectrometer

138. Velocity of sound in different media

139. Sonometer

140. Pithball electroscope

141. Conductors and Insulators

142. Voltmeter

143. Parallel connection of resistors

144. Series connection

145. Variable resistors

146. Resistor's colour code

147. Coulomb's-law

148. Electric field around a point charge

149. Kirchhoff's first law

150. Charging of a capacitor

151. Series and parallel connection of capacitors

152. Electric potential around a point charge

153. e.m.f and Internal Resistance - II

154. Potentiometer and its application

155. Use of potentiometer to find unknown e.m.f.

156. Potentiometer

157. Wheatstone bridge

158. Transformer

159. Faraday's law

160. Lorentz force

161. Factors affecting inductance

162. Electrical resistance

163. Joule's experiment

164. Magnetic field around circular coil

165. Magnetic field produced by current

166. Particle in magnetic field

167. Conduction of electricity through liquids

168. Static electricity

169. Logic gates

170. Half wave rectifier

MATHS

Total Topics: 050   |   Total Duration: 03.17.00