Class 12 Physics Syllabus 2023-24 UP Board

UP Board Students who are from PCM/PCB Backgrounds have a great fear of Physics. If you are also a Science student, then there is no need to worry about physics. Because in this article you come to know about the Class 12 Physics Syllabus 2023-24 UP Board.

Class 12 Physics Syllabus 2023-24 UP Board

In today’s article, we are going to tell you a brief introduction to the Class 12 Physics Syllabus UP Board. Students who are searching for the UP Board Physics syllabus in English and want to know about Class 12 Physics Syllabus 2023-24 UP Board English Medium are at the right place. Here we are discussing the concept of UP Board 12th Class Syllabus 2023-2024. The UP Board Physics Exam is going to be held in two parts. The first one is theory which is of 70 Marks and the other one is practical exams which is of 30 Marks.

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Well till now UP Board itself has not announced the Up board physics syllabus class 12 2024, But in the coming days Up Board will soon release the Updated UPMSP Syllabus 2023-24. Now, the syllabus of physics class 12 UP 2023-24 is being provided here. So without any delay, we are starting the discussion about the Physics Syllabus class 12 UP 2023-24

Syllabus Of Physics Class 12 Up 2023-24

 

Part-1
S.no Unit Maximum Marks
Static Electricity  08 Marks
2 Current Electricity  07 Marks
3 Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism  08 Marks 
4 Electromagnetic induction and Reversible Current  08 Marks
Electromagnetic Waves 04 Marks
Part-2
S.no Unit Maximum Marks
1. Optics 13 Marks 
2. Dual Nature Of Matter And Radiation  06 Marks 
3. Atoms and nucleus  08 Marks 
4. Electronic Devices 08 Marks
  Total  70 Marks

Unit Wise UP Board 12th Class Syllabus of Physics Subject

Part-A

Unit 1 [Static Electricity]

  • Electric Charge 
  • Conversation of Charge
  • Coulomb’s law- force b/w two-point charges 
  • Force b/w many charges
  • Superimposition principle and CONTINUOUS distribution of charge
  • Electric field
  • Electric field due to Electric Charge
  • Electric field lines
  • Electric Field due to Electric Dipole
  • Force on Electric Dipole in Constant Electric Field
  • Gauss’s Law Statement and Application of this rule in finding Electric Field in a uniformly charged straight wire of infinite length 
  • A uniformly charged infinite plane sheet and a uniformly charged thin spherical shape
  • Electric potential,
  • difference point charge 
  • Electric dipole 
  • Electric potential due to the body of charges
  • Connection of capacitor in series and parallel 
  • Bound charge and freecharge in a conductor etc.

 

New Syllabus of Class 12 RBSE 2023-24 English
New Syllabus of Class 12 RBSE 2023-24 English

 

Unit 2 [Current Electricity]

  • Electric Current
  • The flow of Electric charge in a metallic conductor
  • Drift Velocity
  • Mobility and its relation with current Ohm’s Law
  • Electric resistance V-I characteristics (Linear and Nonlinear)
  • Electric energy and power
  • Electric resistivity and conductivity
  • Carbon resistor 
  • Color code for carbon resistor 
  • categories of resistor 
  • Thermal dependency of resistance 
  • The internal resistance of a cell 
  • EMF and potential difference of a cell etc.

Unit 3 [Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism]

  • Concept of magnetic field 
  • Oersted’s experiment
  • Biot-savant’s Law in a Ring of Charge
  • Ampere’s law and its application in a wire of infinite length 
  • Force on the electric conductor in a constant magnetic field 
  • The force between two parallel electric conductor 
  • Definition of ampere 
  • Floating coil galvanometer-its electric sensitivity and transform mission into Ammeter and Voltmeter,
  • The magnetic moment on a moving electron
  • Rod magnet in the form of a synchronous solenoid 
  • Magnetic field lines
  • Earth’s magnetic field
  • Anti Magnetic and ferromagnetic materials etc.

Unit 4 [Electromagnetic induction and reversible current]

  • Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction
  • Induced EMF and current
  • Lange’s law
  • Self-induction and mutual induction
  • Alternating current
  • Peak and square median value of alternating I & V
  • Reactance and impedance
  • LC Oscillation
  • Series LCR circuit resonance
  • AC circuit resonance etc

Unit 5 [Electromagnetic waves]

  • The requirement of displacement current
  • Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics (qualitative concept only) 
  • Transverse nature of waves
  • Electromagnetic spectrum etc

Part-B

Unit 1 [Optics]

  • Reflection of light 
  • Spherical mirrors 
  • Mirror formulas 
  • Refraction of light 
  • Full internal reflection and its applications
  • Optical fibers 
  • Refraction on spherical surfaces 
  • Lenses 
  • The formula of for thin lenses 
  • Lens maker formulas 
  • The magnification power of lenses
  • Combination of the thin lens in contact
  • Combination of lenses and mirrors
  • Refraction and reflection of light through a prism 
  • Light scattering – The blue color of the sky
  • Sun’s red color visible in the sky at sunrise and sunset
  • Optical Instruments – human EYE 
  • Image formation and adjustment capability
  • Correction of vision defects by lens etc 

Unit 2 [Dual Nature Of Matter And Radiation]

  • Dual nature of radiation 
  • Lighting effect 
  • Hertz and Lopered observation 
  • Einstein’s light electromagnetic equation 
  • The particle nature of light 
  • The transverse nature of electromagnetic waves 
  • De-Broglie relation 
  • Davison and German experiments (experiment details should not be given only explain the conclusion)

Unit 3 [Atoms and Nuclie]

  • Alpha-particle scattering experiment
  • Rutherford’s model of the atom
  • Horse model energy level structure and shape of hydrogen spectrum nuclei atomic mass isotopic isobaric Sam neutronic radioactivity alpha beta and gamma particles Ray and their properties radioactive decay law mass-energy relationship mass loss bond energy for new clone and its change with mass number nuclear dissolution and fusion

Unit 4 [Electronic Devices]

  • Energy bands
  • Conductors
  • Conductors and semiconductors
  • Semiconductor diode-I-V characteristics (in forward and reverse bias)
  • Diode as a rectifier 
  • LED Characteristics 
  • Photodiodes 
  • Solar cells and zener diode 
  • Zener diodes as voltage controllers transistors 
  • Transistors working transistor characteristics 
  • Transistor as an amplifier etc.

UP Board Physics Practical Examination Syllabus Class 12 (2023-2024)

UP Board 12th Physics Practical Exam Structure is shown below in the table

External Assessment
Experiment  Maximum Marks 
Any two experiment  10 (5×2) Marks 
Viva based on experiments 05 Marks
Internal Assessment 
Practical Record  04 Marks
Project work and viva based on the project  08 Marks
Assignment-continuous assessment  03 Marks
Total 30 marks

Part – A Experiment List

  • To determine the refractive index of a glass block using a mobile microscope
  • To determine the refractive index of a liquid by plane mirror and convex lens.
  • To determine the focal length of a concave mirror by finding the value of v for different values of u in the case of a concave mirror.
  • To find the focal length of a convex mirror using a convex lens.
  • To find the focal length of a convex lens by plotting the graph between u and v or 1/u and I/V.
  • To determine the specific resistance of a material by measuring the resistance of a given wire through a meter bridge.
  • To verify Ohm’s law by ammeter and voltmeter and to determine the specific resistance of the material of the wire.
  • To find the focal length of a concave lens using a convex lens.
  • To determine the angle of minimum deviation by drawing a graph between the angle of incidence and the angle of deviation for a given prism and to determine the refractive index of the material of the prism.
  • Verification of rules of (series/parallel) combinations of resistors by meter bridge.
  • To determine the internal resistance of a cell with the help of a voltmeter and resistance box.

Part B – List of Experiments

  • To compare the electromotive force of two given primary cells by the potentiometer.
  • To find the focal length of a convex lens by displacement method.
  • To determine the internal resistance of a given primary cell by a potentiometer.
  • To determine the resistance and efficiency of the galvanometer by half deflection method.
  • Conversion of the given galvanometer (whose resistance and efficiency factor is known) with the desired compound ammeter.
  • To convert the given galvanometer into a voltmeter of the desired range.
  • To draw the characteristic curve of a zener diode.
  • To draw the characteristic curve of a P-N diode and determine the forward bias resistance.
  • Determination of reverse breakdown voltage with the help of characteristic curve of zener diode. 
  • Study of the characteristics of a common emitter transistor 9797 or 70 and finding the values of current and voltage gains.

FAQs

What is the official website of UP Board Results?

The official website of UP Board Results is @upresults.nic.in or upmsp.edu.in.

What are the minimum passing marks in the UP Board?

the minimum passing mark in the UP Board is 33 percent. Students are required to score a minimum of 30 marks out of 100 in each subject.

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