Physics Text Book Part II - Class XI is a well designed textbook for Class XI students which helps them to prepare even for their final examination by making their bases of physics strong. Not only this, it explains in details all the chapters prescribed by NCERT for the first year and is highly illustrative. And this book hence is a reliable source of knowledge. More than that, the greatest plus point of the book is that it is published by NCERT and hence is guarantee for the provision of authentic syllabus material only and nothing beyond it. The book is very detailed and comprehensive as it covers the important numerical, from the examination point of view, formulae from each important lesson which should be memorized under any circumstances and various equations from each and every chapter. In other words, it reduces the burden of the students as they don't have to look for several references and rush to libraries or bookstalls once they have Physics Text Book Part II - Class XI. It gives them all the food for their knowledge compact in one package.
Physics Text Book Part II - Class XI can also be used for the preparation of various engineering and medical examinations in India. This is how the book has also been designed. It covers the significant topics of Mechanical Properties of solids and fluids, thermodynamics, waves, various properties of gas and the theory of kinetics related to it and many more as prescribed by NCERT. The basic concepts of physics are elaborately dealt with and the practice questions are very useful to remember the innumerable formulae that one comes across in Class Eleven.
Physics Text Book Part II - Class XI is published by National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) in 2011 and is available in paperback.
- This book contains chapter-wise questions for practicing by the students and also has the solutions provided.
Video Tutorials For All Subjects
- Thermal Equilibrium
- Heat Engines
- Kepler’S Laws
- Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion - Centripetal Force
- Scope and Excitement of Physics
- Physics, Technology and Society
- Fundamental Forces in Nature