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NCERT Physics Part I Textbook for Class XI

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Publisher Ncert Books
Author: NCERT Syllabus & Patterns
Number of Pages 199
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o N be C ER re pu T bl is he d
More than a decade ago, based on National Policy of Education NPE-1986 , National Council of Educational Research and Training published physics textbooks for Classes XI and XII, prepared under the chairmanship of Professor T. V. Ramakrishnan, F.R.S., with the help of a team of learned co-authors. The books were well received by the teachers and students alike. The books, in fact, proved to be milestones and trend-setters. However, the development of textbooks, particularly science books, is a dynamic process in view of the changing perceptions, needs, feedback and the experiences of the students, educators and the society. Another version of the physics books, which was the result of the revised syllabus based on National Curriculum Framework for School Education-2000 NCFSE-2000 , was brought out under the guidance of Professor Suresh Chandra, which continued up to now. Recently the NCERT brought out the National Curriculum Framework-2005 NCF-2005 , and the syllabus was accordingly revised during a curriculum renewal process at school level. The higher secondary stage syllabus NCERT, 2005 has been developed accordingly. The Class XI textbook contains fifteen chapters in two parts. Part I contains first eight chapters while Part II contains next seven chapters. This book is the result of the renewed efforts of the present Textbook Development Team with the hope that the students will appreciate the beauty and logic of physics. The students may or may not continue to study physics beyond the higher secondary stage, but we feel that they will find the thought process of physics useful in any other branch they may like to pursue, be it finance, administration, social sciences, environment, engineering, technology, biology or medicine. For those who pursue physics beyond this stage, the matter developed in these books will certainly provide a sound base. Physics is basic to the understanding of almost all the branches of science and technology. It is interesting to note that the ideas and concepts of physics are increasingly being used in other branches such as economics and commerce, and behavioural sciences too. We are conscious of the fact that some of the underlying simple basic physics principles are often conceptually quite intricate. In this book, we have tried to bring in a conceptual coherence. The pedagogy and the use of easily understandable language are at the core of our effort without sacrificing the rigour of the subject. The nature of the subject of physics is such that a certain minimum use of mathematics is a must. We have tried to develop the mathematical formulations in a logical fashion, as far as possible.

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