# Asso CET 2014 Syllabus

Asso CET 2014 Syllabus Given Below :

The syllabus of Asso CET 2014 will be the same as that of the HSC level examination.

ASSO CET 2014 Syllabus - Physics

Std. XII: Paper – I

## Mechanics and Properties of Matter :

1. Circular Motion :
1.1 Angular Displacement
1.2 Angular Velocity and Angular Acceleration
1.3 Relation Between Linear Velocity and Angular Velocity
1.4 Uniform Circular Motion
1.6 Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces
1.8 Vertical Circular Motion
1.9 Equation for Velocity and Energy at Different Positions of Vertical Circular Motion
1.10 Kinematical Equations for Circular Motion in Analogy with Linear Motion.
2. Gravitation :
2.1 Newton’s Law of Gravitation
2.2 Projection of Satellite
2.3 Periodic Time
2.4 Statement of Kepler’s Law of Motion
2.5 Binding Energy and Escape Velocity of a satellite
2.6 Weightlessness condition in Orbit
2.7 Variation of ‘g’ Due to Altitude, Latitude and Depth
2.8 Communication Satellite and Uses of Satellite
3. Rotational Motion :
3.1 Definition of Moment Inertia
3.2 K.E. of Rotating Body
3.3 Physical Significance of M.I.
3.5 Torque
3.6 Principle of Parallel and Perpendicular Axes
3.7 Application of the principles to M.I. of uniform Rod, Ring, Disc, Solid Cylinder, Solid Sphere and solid sphere with proof
3.8 Angular Momentum and its Conservation
4. Oscillations :
4.1 Explanation of Periodic Motion
4.2 Simple Harmonic Motion
4.3 Differential Equation of Linear S.H.M.
4.4 Projection of U.C.M. on any Diameter
4.5 Phase of S.H.M.
4.6 K.E. and P.E. of a particle performing S.H.M.
4.7 Composition of two S.H.M. having same Period and along same Line
4.8 Simple Pendulum
4.9 Angular S.H.M. and its Differential Equation
4.10 Magnet Vibrating in Uniform Magnetic Induction
5. Elasticity :
5.1 Deformation
5.2 General Explanation of Elastic Property
5.3 Plasticity
5.4 Definition of Stress and Strain
5.5 Hooke’s Law
5.6 Elastic constants Y,K, h and Relation between them
5.7 Determination of Young’s modulus by Searle’s Method
5.8 Observation on a wire under applied increasing load
5.9 Work Done in Stretching a Wire
6. Surface Tension:
6.1 Surface Tension on the Basis of Molecular Theory
6.2 Surface Energy
6.3 Surface Tension
6.4 Angle of Contact
6.5 Capillarity and Capillary Action
6.6 Effect of Impurity and Temperature on S.T.

Sound :

7. Wave Motion :
7.1 Simple Harmonic Progressive Waves
7.2 Reflection of Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
7.3 Changes of Phase
7.4 Superposition of Waves
7.5 Formation of Beats
7.6 Doppler Effect in Sound,
8. Stationary Waves :
8.1 Study of Vibrations in a Finite Medium
8.2 Formation of Stationary Waves on String
8.3 Study of Vibrations of Air Columns
8.4 Free and Forced Vibrations
8.5 Resonance
8.6 ExperimentsSonometer, Resonance Tube, Melde’s Experiment,

Heat :

9. Kinetic Theory of Gases:
9.1 Concept of an Ideal Gas
9.2 Assumptions of Kinetic Theory
9.3 Mean Free Path
9.4 Derivation for Pressure of a Gas
9.5 Derivation of Boyle’s Law
9.6 Specific Heat at Constant Volume and Pressure
9.7 Internal and External Latent Heat,
10.1 Absorption, Emission, Reflection and Transmission of Heat Radiation
10.2 Perfect Black Body
10.3 Spectrum of Black Body Radiation in Terms of Wave Length
10.4 Emissive Power and Absorptive Power
10.5 Kirchhoff’s Law of Radiation and Theoretical Proof
10.6 Prevost’s Theoryof heat exchanges
10.7 Ritchie’s Experiment
10.8 Stefan’s Law
10.9 Newton’s Law of Cooling and Radiation Correction
10.10 Solar Constant and Surface Temperature of Sun

## Std. XII: Paper – II

Light :

11. Wave Theory of Light :
11.1 Wave Theory of Light
11.2 Huygen’s Principle
11.3 Construction of Plane and Spherical Wave Front
11.4 Wave Front and Wave Normal
11.5 Reflection at Plane Surface (without derivation of i=r)
11.6 Polarisation
11.7 Plane Polarised Light
11.8 Brewster’s Law,
11.9 Nicol Prism
11.10 Polaroids.
12. Interference and Diffraction :
12.1 Interference of Light
12.2 Conditions for Producing Steady Interference Pattern
12.3 Young’s Experiment
12.4 Analytical Treatment of Interference Bands
12.5 Measurement of Wavelength by Biprism Experiment
12.6 Diffraction Due to Single Slit
12.7 Rayleigh’s Criterian
12.8 Resolving Power of a Microscope and Telescope
12.9 Difference Between Interference and Diffraction

## Electricity and Magnetism :

13. Electrostatics :
13.1 Gauss’ Theorem, Proof and Applications
13.2 Mechanical Force on Unit Area of a Charged Conductor
13.3 Energy Density of a Medium
13.4 Concept of Condenser
13.5 Capacity of Parallel Plate Condenser
13.6 Effect of Dielectric on Capacity
13.7 Energy of Charged Condenser
13.8 Condensers in Series and Parallel
13.9 VandeGraaff Generator
14. Current Electricity:
14.1 Kirchhoff’s Law
14.2 Wheatstone’s Bridge
14.3 Meterbridge
14.4 Potentiometer
14.5 ThermoElectricity
14.6 Seeback Effect, Thomson effect and Peltier effect
14.7 Thermocouple
14.8 Neutral and Inversion Temperature.
15. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current :
15.1 Ampere’s Law and its Applications
15.2 Moving Coil Galvanometer
15.3 Ammeter
15.4 Voltmeter
15.5 Sensitivity of Moving Coil Galvanometer
15.6 Theory and Construction of Tangent Galvanometer
15.7 Sensitivity and Accuracy of T.G.
15.8 Cyclotron.
16. Magnetism :
16.1 Magnetic Induction at any Point Due to a Short Magnetic Dipole
16.2 Magnetic Potential at any point due to a Short Magnetic Dipole
16.3 Diamagnetism, Paramagnetism and ferromagnetism on the Basis of Domain Theory
16.4 Curie Temperature
17. Electromagnetic Induction:
17.1 Laws of Electromagnetic Induction, proof of e = df/dt –
17.2 Eddy Currents
17.3 Self Induction and Mutual Induction
17.4 Transformer
17.5 Coil Rotating in uniform Magnetic Induction
17.6 Alternating Currents
17.7 Reactance and Impedance
17.8 Power in a a.c. Circuit with Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance
17.9 Resonant Circuit

## Modern Physics :

18. Electrons and Photons :
18.1 Discovery of Electron
18.2 Charge and Mass of Electron
18.3 Photo Electric effect
18.4 Einstein’s Equation
18.5 Photoelectric cell and its Applications
19. Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei :
19.1 Bohr’s Model
19.2 Hydrogen Spectrum
19.3 Maser and Laser as light sources
19.4 deBroglie’s Hypothesis
19.5 Wavelength of an Electron
19.6 Davisson and Germer Experiment
19.7 Elementary idea of Electron Microscope
20. Semiconductors:
20.1 Energy Bands in Solids
20.2 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductors
20.3 Ptype and Ntype semiconductor
20.4 PN Junction diodes
20.5 Rectifiers
20.6 Zener Diode as a Voltage Regulator
20.7 Solar Cell
20.8 LED
20.9 Transistor as an Amplifier
20.10 Oscillators
20.11 Logic Gates
21. Communication :
21.1 Space Communication
21.2 Ground, Sky and space wave propagation
21.3 Satellite Communication
21.4 Application of Remote Sensing
21.5 Line Communication
21.6 Two Wire Lines
21.7 Cables
21.8 Optical Communication

## Physical and Inorganic Chemistry :

1. Solution and Colligative Properties :
1.1 Introduction and Definition of solution
1.2 Ways of Expressing Concentration of a Solution
1.3 Definition of Colligative Properties
1.4 Lowering of Vapour Pressure and Raoult’s Law
1.5 Determination of Molecular Weight from Lowering of Vapour Pressure
1.6 Boiling Point Elevation
1.7 Determination of Molecular Weight from Elevation of Boiling Point
1.8 Freezing Point Depression
1.9 Determination of Molecular Weight from Depression of Freezing Point
1.10 Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure
1.11 Measurement of Osmotic Pressure by Berkeley and Hartley’s Method
1.12 Laws of Osmotic Pressure
1.13 Determination of Molecular Weight from Osmotic Pressure
1.14 Abnormal Osmotic Pressure
1.15 Self Learning (evaluative van’t HoffAvogardro’s Law.
2. Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics :
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Concept in Thermodynamics
2.3 Types of Systems
2.4 Properties of a System
2.5 Thermodynamic Function or State Function
2.6 Types of Processes
2.7 Nature of Work and Heat
2.8 First Law of Thermodynamics
2.9 Enthalpy of a System
2.10 Thermochemistry
2.11 Heat of Reaction
2.12 Thermochemical Equations
2.13 Types of Heat of Reactions
2.14 Heat Capacity
2.15 Kirchoff’s Equation
2.16 Internal Energy and Change in Internal Energy
2.17 Hess’s Law of Constant of Constant Heat Summation
2.18 1) Definition and example of Homogenous and Heterogenous system 2) Work done in vacuum and work done in cyclic process. Self Learning (evaluative) .
3. Ionic Equilibria :
3.1 Introduction and Definition of Acids and Bases
3.2 Strong and Weak Acids and Bases
3.3 Ionisation of Water
3.4 pH & pOH
3.5 Common Ion Effect
3.6 Buffer Solutions
3.7 Solubility Product
3.8 Hydrolysis of Salts
3.9 Buffer of a Single Salt Solution. Self Learning (evaluative)
4. Electrochemistry:
4.1 Introduction,
4.3 Electrochemical Cells
4.4 Conventions Used to Represent a Cell
4.5 Types of Electrodes
4.6 Concept of Electrode Potential (Nernst Theory) –
4.7 Standard Oxidation Potential and Standard Reduction Potential
4.8 EMF of a cell
4.9 EMF Series
4.10 Common Types of Cells
4.11 Hydrogen Oxygen fuel cell
4.12 Concept of Corrosion
5. Nuclear Chemistry :
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Characteristics of Subatomic Particles
5.3 Nuclear Stability
5.5 Artifical Radioactivity and Artificial Transmutation
5.6 Nuclear Reactions
5.7 Radio Isotopes and Their Uses
5.8 Application of radio isotopes in agriculture and production of synthetic elements. Self Learning Evaluative.
6. Chemical Kinetics :
6.1 Introduction,
6.2 Rate of a Reaction
6.3 Rate Laws
6.4 Order of a Reaction
6.5 Molecularity and Order of a Reaction
6.6 Pseudo First Order Reaction
6.7 Integrated Rate Equation
6.8 Half Life of a Reaction
6.9 Determination of Order of a Reaction
7. dBlock Elements :
7.1 Introduction, Position in Periodic Table, Electronic Configuration
7.2 Characteristics of Transition Metals
7.3 ZincOccurrence
7.4 Extraction of Zinc from Zinc Blende by Carbon Reduction Process
7.5 Physical and Chemical Properties of Zinc
7.6 Uses of Zinc
7.7 Self study evaluative Galvanization of Iron.

## Inorganic and Organic Chemistry :

8. fBlock Elements :
8.1 Lanthanides: Introduction, Position in Periodic in Periodic Table, Electronic Configuration
8.2 Oxidation States, Colour
8.3 Lanthanide Contraction Effect
8.4 Actinides : Introduction Position in Periodic Table, Electronic Configuration
8.5 Comparison between Lanthanides and Actinides
8.6 Self Study Evaluative: Similarities in Properties of Lanthanides and Actinides.
9. Halogen Derivatives of Alkanes :
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Classification
9.3 Monohalogen Derivatives
9.4 Nomenclature of alkyl Halides
9.5 Preparation of alkyl Halides
9.6 Reactions of alkyl Halides (Primary, Secondary and tertiary)
9.7 Dihalogen Derivative C2H4CI2
9.8 Trihalogen Derivative (CHCI3 and CHI3) –
9.9 Bond Fission
9.10 Reagents
9.11 Mobility of Electrons in Single and Double Bonds
9.12 SN1 and SN2 Reaction Mechanism
9.13 Optical Activity
9.14 Self Learning Evaluative. The Action of HBr on 1butene in Presence and Absence of Peroxide,
10. Organic Hydroxy Compounds:
A. Alcohols:
10.1 Alcohosl: Introduction
10.2 Classification
10.3 Nomenclature
10.4 Preparation
10.5 Physical Properties
10.6 Chemical Properties
10.7 Uses of Alcohol
B. Phenols:
10.8 Phenols Introduction
10.9 Preparation of Phenol
10.10 Reaction of Phenol
10.11 Distinction Between Alcohol and Phenol
10.12 Uses of Phenol
10.13 Self Learning (evaluative) , Solubility of Lower Alcohols in Water (Hydrogen Bonding) , The Different Isomers of C4H9OH and their preparation by reduction of aldehydes and Ketones,
11. Ethers :
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Classification
11.3 Nomenclature and Metamerism
11.4 Preparation, Reactions
11.5 Uses
11.6 Self Learning Evaluative The Preparation of ethyl npropyl ether by Williamson’s Synthesis.
12. Aldehydes and Ketones :
12.1 Introduction,
12.2 Carbonyl Compounds & Classification
12.3 Nomenclature of aldehydes and Ketones
12.4 Preparation of aldehydes Ketones
12.5 Reaction of Aldehydes and Ketones
12.6 Self Learning (Evaluative):
(i) Preparation of Propionaldehyde and diethyl Ketone by all known Methods (ii) The aldol Condensation Reaction with Propionaldehyde.
13. Acids and Esters :
(A) Acids:
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Nomenclature of Acids
13.3 Preparation of Acids
13.4 Reaction of Acids
(B) Esters:
13.5 Ester Introduction –
13.6 Nomenclature of Esters
13.7 Preparation of Esters
13.8 Reaction of Esters
13.9 Uses of Esters
13.10 Self Learning evaluative :
i) Preparation of propionic acid by all known methods
ii) Preparation of acid amide by using acid Chloride
iii) The action of ethyl magnesium halides on esters (formate and acetate only)
13.11 Preparation of scented Sticks Enterprise Education (nonevaluative)
13.12 Preparation of room freshener Enterprise Education (nonevaluative)
14. Amines :
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Classification
14.3 Nomenclature
14.4 Preparation of Primary Amines
14.5 Reaction of Amines
14.6 Self Learning Evaluative :

## Conversion of Quaternary Ammonium Halides to Quaternary Ammonium Hydroxides.

15. Biomolecules :
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Carbohydrates
15.3 Proteins
15.4 Fats and Oils
16. Synthetic Fibres :
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Classification of Fibres
16.3 Preparation of Fibres
16.4 Physical Properties and Uses of Fibres.
17. Chemistry in Everyday Life :
17.1 Introduction Chemicals in Medicines and Healthcare
17.2 Analgesic
17.3 Tranquilizers
17.4 Antiseptic and Disinfectants
17.5 Antibiotics
17.6 Antacids
17.7 Chemicals in Food Preservatives
17.8 Artifical Sweetening Agent
17.9 Antioxidants
17.10 Enterprise Education: Preparation of Disinfectant Phenyl (evaluative).

## Section I : General Biology

1. Ecology and Environment:
1.1 Natural Resources and their Conservation
a) Natural resources
b) Water Resources and conservation
c) Forest Resources and conservation
d) Concept of Endangered Species and Concept of Endemic Species
e) Remote Sensing to study Vegetations
2. Biology in Human Welfare:
2.1 Biotechnology
a) Concept of Gene and Nucleic Acids
b) Genetic Engineering
c) Cloning
d) Transgenic Plants.
e) Genomics,
f) Gene Library
g) Gene Bank Recombinant DNA
h) DNA Fingerprints
i) Plants Tissue Culture
j) Callus and Suspension Culture in Brief.,
k) Biopatent, Biopiracy, Biowar, Bioethics.
3. Application of Biology :
3.1 Biofertilizers: i) Rhizobium ii) Blue Green Algae (BGA) ,
3.2 Medicinal Plants: i) AdhatodaZeylania (Vasica) ii) Aloe Vera iii) Ocimumsanctum iv) Asparagus Racemosus v) Azadirachta Indica,
3.3 Mushroom Cultivation.

## Section II : Botany

4. Physiology of Plants :
4.1 Plant Water Relations
4.2 Photosynthesis
4.3 Respiration
5. Reproduction Growth and Development :
5.1 Reproduction in Angiosperms
5.2 Plant Growth

## Std. XII Paper – II

General Biology and Zoology

Section I : General Biology

6. Biology in Human Welfare :
6.1 Human Population: Characteristics of population – Vitality, natality, mortality, density, age distribution, sex ratio, population explosion, impact of population explosion, common problems of adolescence social and moral implications, mental health and addictive disorders.
6.2 Human Health Diseases and Immunity System
6.2.1 Health and Disease: Types of Disease. Disease Causing Agents (Biological and Chemical) Modes of TransmissionDirect and Indirect
6.2.2 Study of Disease: Cancer, AIDS and Typhoid (Causative Agents, Modes of Transmission Symptoms and Preventive Measures.) –
6.2.3 Immunity System: Concept of Immunity, Types of Immunity, Structure of Antibody. Formation of Antigen Antibody Complex, Antigen on Blood Cell, Immune Disorder AIDS and Allergy,
6.3 Biomedical Technologies: Sphygmomanometer Electrocardiograph (ECG) Haemometer, Sonography Endoscopy, Angiography, Elisa Test, Vidal Test.
6.4 Bioinformatics: Concept of Bioinformatics. Basic of Computer, Databases and its types (Primary and Secondary), Application of Bioinformatics.
7. Applications of Biology :
7.1 Vermiculture
7.2 Fishery

## Section II : Zoology

8. Physiology of Animals :
8.1 Circulation in Animals,
8.2 Osmoregulation and Excretion in Animals,
8.3 Nervous CoOrdination in Animals
8.4 Hormonal CoOrdination in Human.
9. Reproduction Growth and Development :
9.1 Reproduction and Development in animals