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**DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS **

Course Content:

Unit - I (14 Hours)

**FUNCTIONS:** Introduction to
functions, Types of functions, Inverse functions, Exponential function,
Logarithmic function, Graphs of functions and Exponential equation.

** Unit - II (09 Hours) LINEAR INEQUALITIES:**
Linear Inequalities in one variable, Inequalities involving Absolute values,
System of linear in equations.

**Unit – III (09 Hours) PROGRESSIONS:**
Sequences and series, Arithmetic progression, Geometric progression, Harmonic
progression. PRINCIPLE OF MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION: Sums of Natural Numbers,
Principle of Mathematical Induction.

**Unit – IV (10 Hours) TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS:
**Angles and coordinate Lines, Trigonometric functions of acute angles,
Trigonometric functions of General angles, Graphs of Trigonometric functions,
Reductions to Functions of positive acute angles.

**Unit-V TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS OF MULTIPLE ANGLES:**
(08Hours) Trigonometric functions of two angles, Trigonometric functions of
multiple angles, Trigonometric functions of Sub-Multiple angles, Inverse
Trigonometric functions.

**Unit – VI (10 Hours) STRAIGHT LINES:
**Cartesian Coordinates, Locus, Slope of a line (Angle between two lines),
Various forms of the equation of a line, Parallel and perpendicular lines,
General equation of a line, Distance of a point from a line( Distance between
Parallel lines), Family of lines.

**DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS**

**Unit I: Physical World, Units & Measurement (07 Hours)**
Introduction to physics, Units and measurements, system of units, fundamental
units, measurement of Length, mass and time; derived units, Dimensions of
Physical Quantities, Dimensional Analysis and its Applications. Accuracy,
Precision of Instruments and errors in measurements.

**Unit II: Vectors (08 Hours) Scalar and Vector,**
Types of Vectors, Unit vector, Addition and subtraction of vectors: Triangle
law of Vector Addition, Parallelogram law of Vector Addition (with proof),
Polygon law of Vectors, Resolution of a vector into Rectangular components.
Scalar and vector products with properties and examples, relative velocity
(boat problems)

**Unit III: Kinematics (09 Hours) Frame of reference and Motion in a
straight line**: Position, displacement, distance, velocity, speed and acceleration;
displacement, velocity and acceleration-time graphs, kinematic equations of
motion, Free-fall motion. Projectile Motion in a plane: Oblique, Horizontal
projectile motion (expressions for maximum height, time of flight and range).

Pre-University Course (PUC) - Syllabus AP IIIT PUC Syllabus

** Unit IV: Laws of Motion (09 Hours)
**Concept of force, Newton‟s laws of motion and its applications by free body
diagrams, Equilibrium of concurrent forces, Static, kinetic and rolling
friction, laws of friction, derivation of acceleration for horizontal and
inclined plane, lubrication, uniform and non-uniform circular motion, Dynamics
of uniform circular motion: Centripetal force, examples of circular motion
(vehicle on level circular road, vehicle on banked road (without friction and
with friction)).

**Unit V: Work, Energy and Power (07 Hours)**
Work done by a constant force and a variable force; kinetic energy, power,
work- energy theorem, Conservative and non-conservative forces with examples
and properties, Potential energy, potential energy of a spring, Gravitational
potential energy, Energy diagrams.

**UNIT- VI: Conservation of Energy (08 Hours)** Conservation of energy and applications- vertical circular motion,
Conservation of linear momentum, Impulse, Impulse – momentum theorem,
Collisions: elastic and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions.

Pre-University Course (PUC) - Syllabus AP IIIT PUC Syllabus

**DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY **

**UNIT-I: Atomic Structure (10 Hours)**
Wave nature of light, Plank‟s quantum theory and Photoelectric effect, Line
spectra and Bohr‟s model, hydrogen spectra, limitations of Bohr model. Wave
nature of matter, De-Broglie‟s relationship, Heisenberg uncertainty principle.
Introduction to quantum mechanics and atomic orbitals, Quantum numbers, Rules
for filling electrons in orbitals (Aufbau, Hund‟s & Pauli‟s principle),
Electronic configuration of atoms.

**UNIT-II: Periodic Classification (06 Hours)**
Modern periodic law, Classification of elements. Periodicity and Periodic
trends in atomic radii and ionic radii. Ionization energy, successive
ionization energies, periodic trends in first ionization energies. Electron
affinity, electronegativity, Metals, non-metals, and metalloids.

**UNIT-III: Chemical Bonding (10 Hours**) Types of chemical bonding-Ionic, Covalent, metallic and co-ordinate
covalent bond. Lewis symbols and Octet rule. Drawing Lewis structures and
formal charge calculation. Valence bond theory-its limitations, VSEPR theory,
Concept of hybridization-postulates, the formation of sp, sp2 , and sp3 , sp 3
d and sp3 d 2 hybrid orbitals. Molecular orbital theory, molecular orbital
energy level diagrams of H2, C2, N2, O2, O2 + , O2 - , O2 2- , F2. Hydrogen
bond, and its classification.

** UNIT-IV: Gaseous State (06 Hours**) Introduction to gases, characteristics, Gas Laws-Boyle‟s, law, Charles law
and Avagadro‟s law. Derivation of the ideal gas equation. Applications of
ideal gas equation (Gas densities and molar mass), Partial pressures, and mole
fractions. The kinetic molecular theory of gases-postulates. Deviation of
Ideal behavior (Van der Waal‟s gas equation concept and equation only). Types
of molecular velocities-average velocity, most probable velocity & RMS
velocity.

**UNIT-V: Stoichiometry (08 Hours)**
Mole concept, the concept of molecular weight and equivalent weight.
Percentage composition, calculations of empirical, molecular formulae.
Balancing and stoichiometry of equations, Calculation of oxidation number and
balancing Redox reactions using oxidation number method and ion-electron
method.

** UNIT-VI: Solutions (08 Hours)**
Solutions and their properties, percent concentrations (w/w%, w/v% and v/v%),
concentration terms-molarity, normality, molality, mole fraction and parts per
million. Colligative properties of solutions-Vapor pressure, and boiling
point, lowering of vapor pressure, elevation of boiling point, depression of
freezing point and osmotic pressure. Determination of molar mass from
colligative properties.