- Introduction to Physics
- Branches of Physics
- More on Branches of Physics
- Importance of Physics in our Daily Life

- Physical Quantities
- Problem on Physical Quantities
- International Systems of Base Units
- Standard of length-metre
- Measuring with Meter Rule and Measuring Tape
- Introduction to Vernier Calipers
- Measuring with Vernier Calipers
- problem on Measuring with Vernier Calipers
- Introduction to Screw Gauge
- Measuring with Screw Gauge
- Problem on Measuring with Screw Gauge
- Standard of Mass-Kilogram
- Mass measuring by Physical Balance
- Mass measuring by Lever Balance
- Standard of Time-Second
- Measuring Time by Stopwatch

- Concept of Volume
- Measuring Volume by Cylinder
- Measuring Volume of Irregular Shaped Solid
- Introduction to Density
- Problem on Introduction to Density

- Introduction to Significant Figures
- Problem on Introduction to Significant Figures
- Rules to find the Significant Digits in a measurement
- Problem on Rules to Find the Significant Digits in a Measurement
- Zero as significant figure
- Addition and Subtraction of Significant figures
- Multiplication and Division with Significant figures
- Problem on Multiplication and Division with Significant Figures
- Rounding Off the numbers
- Problem on Rounding Off the Numbers

- Difference between Distance and Displacement
- Introduction to speed
- Problem on Introduction to Speed
- Introduction to velocity
- Problem on Introduction to Velocity
- Introduction to Acceleration
- Problem on Introduction to Acceleration

- Graphical Analysis of Motion
- Problem 1 on Distance - Time Graph
- Speed-time Graph
- Problem on Speed-Time Graph
- The Displacement-Time Graph

- First Equation of Motion
- Problem 1 on First Equation of Motion
- Second Equation of Motion
- Problem 1 on Second Equation of Motion
- Third Equation of Motion
- Problem on Third Equation of Motion

- Introduction to Force
- Introduction to Momentum
- Problem on Introduction to Momentum
- Relation Between Force and Momentum
- Problem on Relation Between Force and Momentum
- Law of Conservation of Momentum

- Introduction to Inertia
- First Law of Newton
- Second Law of Newton
- Problem on Second Law of Newton
- Difference Between Mass and Weight
- Third Law of Newton

- Uniform Circular Motion
- Centripetal and Centrifugal Force
- Derivation of Formula for Centripetal Force and Centrifugal Force
- Problem on Derivation of Formula for Centripetal Force and Centrifuga
- Applications of Centripetal Force
- More on Applications of Centripetal Force

- Addition of Forces
- Problem 1 on Vector Addition and Subtraction
- Problem 2 on Vector Addition and Subtraction

- Resolution of Forces
- Problem on Resolution of Forces
- Determination of a Force from its Perpendicular Components

- Axis of Rotation
- Introduction to Torque or Moment of a Force
- problem on Introduction to Torque or Moment of a Force

- Introduction to Equilibrium
- Equilibrium of Bodies Under the Action of Coplanar Forces
- Conditions for Equilibrium
- Problem 1 on Conditions for Equilibrium
- Problem 2 on Conditions for Equilibrium
- Problem 3 on Conditions for Equilibrium
- Problem 4 on Conditions for Equilibrium
- States of Equilibrium

- Law of Gravitation
- Law of Gravitation and Newton Third Law of Motion
- Problem on Law of Gravitation and Newton Third Law of Motion
- Gravitational Field

- Introduction to Work
- More on Introduction to Work
- Problem on Introduction to Work
- Introduction to Energy

- Forms of Energy
- Problem on Law of Conservation of Energy
- Problem on Kinetic Energy
- Potential Energy
- Problem on Potential Energy
- Gravitational and Elastic Potential Energy

- Interconversion of Energy
- Energy from Non-Renewable Sources
- Energy from Renewable Sources
- More on Energy from Renewable Sources
- Solar Energy
- Nuclear Energy and Electrical Energy
- Geothermal Energy
- Wind Power
- Energy from Biomass
- Energy from Tides

- Energy from Non-Renewable Sources
- Energy from Renewable Sources
- More on Energy from Renewable Sources

- Temperature and Heat
- Introduction to Thermometer
- Why Mercury is Used in Glass Thermometer.
- Why Alcohol is Used in Glass Thermometer.
- Conversion of Temperature Among Different Scale
- Problem 1 on Conversion of Temperature Among Different Scale
- Problem 2 on Conversion of Temperature Among Different Scale

- Heat Capacity
- Specific Heat Capacity
- Problem on Specific Heat Capacity
- Problem 2 on Specific Heat Capacity
- Importance of Large specific Heat Capacity of Water

- Introduction to Latent Heat of Fusion
- Problem on Introduction to Latent Heat of Fusion
- Change of State
- Latent Heat of Fusion of Ice by an Experiment
- Introduction to Latent Heat of Vaporization
- Problem on Introduction to Latent Heat of Vaporization
- Latent Heat of Vaporization of Water by an Experiment