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Computer Science

Python Fundamentals (Number Of Videos: 11)

1) Introduction

2) Identifiers; Literals – Part 1

3) Literals – Part 2

4) Literals – Part 3

5) Operators

6) Barebones of Python Program

7) Python Rules and Conventions; Variables and Assignments – Part 1

8) Variables and Assignments – Part 2

9) Dynamic Typing; Input & Output Function – Part 1

10) Input & Output Function – Part 2

11) Input & Output Function – Part 3

Data Handling (Number Of Videos: 19)

1) Introduction

2) Length of a String; List and Tuples

3) Mutable and Immutable Types – Part 1

4) Mutable and Immutable Types – Part 2; Variable Internals

5) Operators – Part 1

6) Operators – Part 2

7) Operators – Part 3

8) Operators – Part 4

9) Operators – Part 5

10) Operators – Part 6

11) Operator Precedence; Operator Associativity; Expressions – Part 1

12) Expressions – Part 2; Evaluating Expressions – Part 1

13) Evaluating Expressions – Part 2

14) Evaluating Expressions – Part 3

15) Type Casting; Standard Python Modules

16) Math Module – Part 1

17) Math Module – Part 2

18) Random Module – Part 1

19) Random Module – Part 2; Statistics Module

Data Representation (Number Of Videos: 8)

1) Introduction

2) Number Systems; Number Conversions – Part 1

3) Number Conversions – Part 2; Representation of Unsigned Integeres in Binary

4) Number Conversions – Part 3

5) Decimal & Binary Addtion; Character and String Representation

6) Unicode; Unicode Encoding Scheme

7) UTF-8 1 Byte Representation; UTF-8 2 Byte Representation

8) UTF-8 3 Byte Representation; UTF-8 4 Byte Representation; UTF-32

Boolean Logic (Number Of Videos: 5)

1) Introduction

2) Evaluation of Boolean Expressions; Basic Logic Gates;Basic Postulates & Theorems of Boolean Logic – Part 1

3) Basic Postulates & Theorems of Boolean Logic – Part 2

4) Basic Postulates & Theorems of Boolean Logic – Part 3; Some Logic Gates – Part 1

5) Some Logic Gates – Part 2; Exercises

Physics

Physical World (Number Of Videos: 11)

1) What is Physics? Part 1

2) What is Physics? Part 2

3) Scope and Excitement of Physics

4) 1.3 – Physics Technology and Society

5) 1.4 – Forces in Nature

6) Different Fundamental Forces – Part 1

7) Different Fundamental Forces – Part 2

8) Nature of Physical Laws – Part 1

9) Nature of Physical Laws – Part 2

10) Symmetry and Isotropy

11) Understanding Physical World with Help of Mind Map

Units and Measurements - Part 1 (Number Of Videos: 8)

1) Introduction

2) Fundamental and Derived Units

3) Table 2.1

4) Table 2.1 Continued…

5) Table 2.2

6) Measurement of Length and Parallax Method

7) Parallax Method Described and Examples Solved

8) Solved Problems and Estimaton of Very Small Distances

Motion in a Straight Line (Number Of Videos: 18)

1) Introduction

2) Kinematics

3) Postion, Path Length and Displacement

4) Average Velocity

5) Average Speed

6) Instantaneous Speed

7) Position Time Graph of Instantaneous Speed

8) Variation of Velocity with Time

9) Instantaneous speed vs Instanteneous Acceleration

10) Acceleration as a Function of Time

11) Velocity – Time Graph for Some Simple Cases; Kinematic Equations for Uniformly Accelerated Motion

12) Kinematic Equation for Rectilinear Motion with Constant Acceleration ; Example 3.3

13) Example 3.4

14) Example 3.5

15) Example 3.6, 3.7, 3.8

16) Relative Velocity

17) Example 3.9

18) Mind Map

Units and Measurements - Part 2 (Number Of Videos: 21)

1) Exercise 2.5 Range of Lengths

2) Measurement of Lengths

3) Measurement of Time

4) Types of Errors

5) Least Count Error

6) Relative Error, Example 2.6

7) Combination of Errors

8) Example 2.8 ; Error of A Product or A Quotient

9) Example 2.10 ; Error in Case of Measured Quantity Raised to a Power

10) Example 2.1 and 2.7

11) Significant Figures

12) Significant Figures and Rounding Off Digits

13) Rules for Determining Uncertainties in Arithmetic Calculations; Dimensions of Physical Quantities

14) Dimensions of Physical Quantities Continued…

15) Deducing Relation among the Physical Quantities

16) Exercises [1(a,b,c,d)]

17) Exercises [2(a,b), 3]

18) Exercises (6,7,8)

19) Exercises (9,10,11,12)

20) Exercises (13,14,15,16)

21) Mind Map

Motion in a Plane (Number Of Videos: 22)

1) Introduction

2) Scalars and Vectors

3) Equality of Vectors

4) Vector Addition

5) Parallelogram Method

6) Resolution of Vectors – Part 1

7) Resolution of Vectors – Part 2

8) Analytical Method

9) Example 4.2

10) Example 4.3

11) Position Vector and Displacement

12) Expressing Vector in a Component Form; Acceleration

13) Example 4.4

14) Example 4.5, 4.6

15) Projectile Motion

16) Equation of Path of a Projectile Motion

17) Maximum height of Projectile; Example 4.7

18) Example 4.8, 4.9

19) Neglecting Air Resistance ; Uniform Circular Motion – Part 1

20) Uniform Circular Motion – Part 2

21) Centripetal Acceleration; Example 4.10

22) Mind Map

Laws of Motion - Part 1 (Number Of Videos: 9)

1) Introduction

2) Aristotle’s Fallacy

3) Law of Inertia (Continued…)

4) Newton’s First Law of Motion; Exercise 5.1

5) Newton’s Second Law of Motion (Part 1)

6) Newton’s Second Law of Motion (Part 2)

7) Some Points About Second Law of Motion

8) Impulse; Example 5.3, 5.4; Newton’s Third Law of Motion

9) Mind Map

Work, Energy and Power (Number Of Videos: 16)

1) Introduction

2) Work Done by a Variable Force

3) Conservative Forces and Non – Conservative Forces

4) Power and Energy ; Kinetic Energy

5) Kinetic Energy

6) Work Energy Theorem

7) Relation Between F and K, Potential Energy

8) Potential Energy Stored in a Spring – Part 1

9) Potential Energy Stored in a Spring – Part 2

10) Mechanical Energy and Conservation

11) Collision

12) Elastic Collision in One Direction

13) Perfectly Inelastic Collision in one Direction

14) Perfectly Elastic Collision in 2 Dimension

15) Numericals – Part 1

16) Numericals – Part 2

Laws of Motion - Part 2 (Number Of Videos: 15)

1) Example 5.5

2) Conservation of Momentum

3) Equilibrium of Particles

4) Example 5.6

5) Common forces in Mechanics

6) Friction – Part 1

7) Friction – Part 2

8) Example (5.7 & 5.8)

9) Example 5.9

10) Rolling Friction

11) Circular motion – Part 1

12) Circular motion – Part 2

13) Example 5.11

14) Example 5.12 – Part 1

15) Example 5.12 – Part 2

System of Particles and Rotational Motion (Number Of Videos: 40)

1) Introduction

2) Motion of Rigid body

3) Identical Transitional Trajectory (Motion of Rigid Body)

4) Centre of Mass – Part 1

5) Centre of Mass – Part 2; Example 7.1

6) Example 7.2 & Example 7.3

7) Motion of Centre of Mass – Part 1

8) Motion of Centre of Mass – Part 2

9) Motion of Centre of Mass – Part 3

10) Linear Momentum of System of Particles

11) Newton’s Second Law Extended to System of Particles

12) Vector Product of Two Vectors- Part 1

13) Vector Product of Two Vectors- Part 2

14) Angular Velocity

15) Relation of Angular Velocity with Linear Velocity

16) Angular Acceleration

17) Angular Momentum of a Particle

18) Angular Momentum for a System of Particles ;Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum

19) Example 7.5 ; Example 7.6

20) Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies- Part 1

21) Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies- Part 2

22) Partial Equilibrium – Part 1

23) Partial Equilibrium – Part 2 ; Example 7.7

24) Principle of Moments

25) Centre of Gravity

26) Numericals – Part 1

27) Numericals – Part 2

28) Moment of Inertia- Part 1

29) Moment of Inertia- Part 2 ; Radius of Gyration

30) Theorems of Perpendicular and Parallel Axes ; Example 7.11 ; Example 7.12

31) Kinematics of Rotational Motion about a Fixed Axis

32) Example 7.13 ; Example 7.14

33) Dynamics of Rotational Motion about a Fixed Axis

34) Work Done by Torque- Part 1

35) Work Done by Torque- Part 2 ; Example 7.15

36) Angular Momentum in case of Rotation about a Fixed Axis – Part 1

37) Angular Momentum in case of Rotation about a Fixed Axis – Part 2 ;Conservation of Angular Momentum

38) Rolling Motion

39) Kinetic theory of Rolling Motion; Example 7.16

40) Mind Map

Gravitation (Number Of Videos: 16)

1) Introduction

2) Kepler’s Laws

3) Example 8.1

4) Universal Law of Gravitation – Part 1

5) Universal Law of Gravitation – Part 2

6) Example 8.2(a,b)

7) The Gravitational Constant

8) Acceleration due to Gravity of Earth

9) Acceleration due to Gravity Below and Above the Surface of Earth

10) Gravitational Potential Energy

11) Example 8.3; Escape Speed

12) Example 8.4

13) Earth Satellites; Example 8.5

14) Example 8.6; Example 8.7; Energy of an Orbiting Satellite

15) Example 8.8; Geostationary and Polar Satellites

16) Weightlessness; Mind Map

Mechanical Properties of Solids (Number Of Videos: 8)

1) Mechanical Properties of Solids – Part 1

2) Mechanical Properties of Solids – Part 2

3) Stress and Strain

4) Types of Stress and Strain; Hooke’s Law

5) Types of modulus of elasticity;Potential Energy Stored in a String

6) Hooke’s Law;Stress – Strain Curve

7) Numericals (3,4)

8) Numericals (6,7,8)

Mechanical Properties of Fluids (Number Of Videos: 17)

1) Introduction

2) Pressure; Variation in Pressure with Height

3) Variation of Pressure with Depth

4) Atmospheric Pressure and Gauge Pressure; Hydraulic Lift

5) Hydraulic Lift; Streamline Flow – Part 1

6) Streamline Flow – Part 2; Equation of Continuity; Expression for Critical Velocity

7) Difference Between Streamline Flow and Turbulent Flow; Types of Energy

8) Bernoulli’s Theorem

9) Limitations of Bernoulli’s Theorem;Venturi Meter;Torricelli’s Law

10) Applications of Bernoulli’s Theorem

11) Viscosity; Coefficient of Viscosity

12) Poiseuille’s Formula

13) Terminal Velocity; Numericals

14) Types of Intermolecular Forces; Intermolecular Binding Energy; Molecular Theory of Surface Tension – Part 1

15) Molecular Theory of Surface Tension-Part 2; Surface Energy

16) Angle of Contact; Applications of Surface Tension;Expression for Capillary Rise

17) Numericals

Thermal Properties of Matter (Number Of Videos: 41)

1) Introduction

2) Thermometry- Part 1

3) Thermometry- Part 2;Numericals

4) Ideal Gas Equation

5) Thermal Expansion

6) Linear Expansion

7) Problems on Linear Expansion

8) Volume Expansion

9) Coefficient of Volume Expansion; Numericals

10) Area Expansion

11) Applications of Thermal Expansion- Part 1

12) Applications of Thermal Expansion- Part 2

13) Specific Heat Capacity- Part 1

14) Specific Heat Capacity- Part 2; Calorimetry

15) Numericals on Specific Heat Capacity & Calorimetry – Part 1

16) Numericals on Specific Heat Capacity & Calorimetry – Part 2

17) Numericals on Specific Heat Capacity & Calorimetry – Part 3

18) Numericals on Specific Heat Capacity & Calorimetry – Part 4

19) Numericals on Specific Heat Capacity & Calorimetry – Part 5

20) Numericals on Specific Heat Capacity & Calorimetry – Part 6

21) Numericals on Specific Heat Capacity & Calorimetry – Part 7

22) Change of State-Part 1

23) Change of State-Part 2

24) Change of State-Part 3

25) Latent Heat

26) Latent Heat of Melting

27) Numericals on Latent Heat – Part 1

28) Numericals on Latent Heat – Part 2

29) Numericals on Latent Heat – Part 3

30) Numericals on Latent Heat – Part 4

31) Numericals on Latent Heat – Part 5

32) Heat Transfer

33) Variable State & Steady State

34) Conduction – Part 1

35) Conduction – Part 2

36) Heat Current; Convection Heat Transfer

37) Radiation Heat Transfer

38) Numericals on Conduction Heat Transfer

39) Derivation of Junction Temperature & Equivalent Thermal Conductivity

40) Newton’s Law of Cooling

41) Numericals on Newton’s Law of Cooling;Verification of Newton’s Law of Cooling

Mechanical Properties of Fluids (Number Of Videos: 17)

1) Introduction

2) Pressure; Variation in Pressure with Height

3) Variation of Pressure with Depth

4) Atmospheric Pressure and Gauge Pressure; Hydraulic Lift

5) Hydraulic Lift; Streamline Flow – Part 1

6) Streamline Flow – Part 2; Equation of Continuity; Expression for Critical Velocity

7) Difference Between Streamline Flow and Turbulent Flow; Types of Energy

8) Bernoulli’s Theorem

9) Limitations of Bernoulli’s Theorem; Venturi Meter; Torricelli’s Law

10) Applications of Bernoulli’s Theorem

11) Viscosity; Coefficient of Viscosity

12) Poiseuille’s Formula

13) Terminal Velocity; Numericals

14) Types of Intermolecular Forces; Intermolecular Binding Energy; Molecular Theory of Surface Tension – Part 1

15) Molecular Theory of Surface Tension-Part 2; Surface Energy

16) Angle of Contact; Applications of Surface Tension;Expression for Capillary Rise

17) Numericals

Thermodynamics - Part 1 (Number Of Videos: 16)

1) Introduction

2) Overview on Thermodynamics

3) Types of Systems – Part 1

4) Types of Systems – Part 2

5) Examples of Different Types of Systems – Part 1

6) Examples of Different Types of Systems – Part 2

7) Problem Solving

8) Thermal Equilibrium

9) Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics

10) Internal Energy, Heat & Work

11) First Law of Thermodynamics

12) Mayer’s Relation

13) Thermodynamic State Variables & Equation of States

14) Work done in Isothermal Process; Adiabatic Process

15) Work done in Adiabatic Process

16) Second Law of Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics - Part 2 (Number Of Videos: 7)

1) Heat Engine

2) Refrigerator

3) Reversible and Irreversible Process

4) Carnot’s Engine

5) Work Done for an Adiabatic Process; Thermodynamic Process – Part 1

6) Thermodynamic Process – Part 2

7) Carnot’s Efficiency

Kinetic Theory (Number Of Videos: 10)

1) Introduction

2) Boyle’s Law; Charles’s Law

3) Avogadro’s Hypothesis; Ideal Gas Equation

4) Kinetic Theory of Ideal Gases – Part 1

5) Kinetic Theory of Ideal Gases – Part 2

6) Specific Heat of Gases; Law of Equipartition of Energy

7) Mean Free Path

8) Degrees of Freedom for Different Kinds of Gases

9) Exercise Problems

10) Kinetic Gas Equation – Part 1

Oscillations (Number Of Videos: 15)

1) Introduction

2) Periodic Motion; Oscillatory Motion

3) Period and Frequency

4) Simple Harmonic Motion and Circular Motion

5) General Form of SHM; Simple Systems Exhibiting SHM

6) Numericals; Time Period of Simple Pendulum

7) Numericals; Damped SHM – Part 1

8) Damped SHM – Part 2

9) Numericals

10) Energy in SHM

11) Exercise Problems – Part 1

12) Exercise Problems – Part 2

13) Illustrative Examples on Simple Harmonic Motion

14) General Equation for SHM

15) Exercise Problems – Part 3

Waves (Number Of Videos: 11)

1) Introduction

2) Types of Waves

3) General Form of a Wave

4) Phase, Amplitude & Wavelength of Wave

5) Period & Frequency of a Wave

6) Speed of a Transverse Wave for a String; Principle of Superposition of Waves – Part 1

7) Principle of Superposition of Waves – Part 2

8) Reflection of Waves

9) Standing Waves & Normal Modes – Part 1

10) Standing Waves & Normal Modes – Part 2

11) Beats

Chemistry

Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry (Number Of Videos: 9)

1) Introduction

2) Laws of Chemical Combinations

3) Dalton’s Atomic Theory

4) Atomic and Molecular Masses

5) Mole Concepts and Molar Masses

6) Percentage Composition

7) Stoichiometry and Related Calculations

8) Reactions in Solutions

9) Balancing a Chemical Equation

Structure of an Atom - Part 1 (Number Of Videos: 5)

1) Introduction

2) Charge to Mass Ratio; Oil Drop Experiment

3) Thomsons’s Model; Discovery of Proton and Nuetron

4) Rutherford’s Nuclear Model of an Atom

5) Drawbacks of Rutherfords Model; Atomic Mass and Number

Structure of an Atom - Part 2 (Number Of Videos: 20)

1) Developments Leading to Bohr’s Model of Atom

2) Problem Solving

3) Planck’s Quantum Theory

4) Photoelectric Effect

5) Problems 1,2,3

6) Problems 4,5

7) Evidence for Quantized Electronic Spectra

8) Line Spectrum of Hydrogen and Bohr’s Model for Hydrogen Atom – Part 1

9) Bohr’s Model for Hydrogen Atom – Part 2

10) Limitations of Bohr’s Model and Solved Problems

11) Towards Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom

12) Heisenberg’s Uncertainity Principle

13) Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom

14) Orbitals and Quantum Numbers

15) Atomic Orbitals

16) Atomic Orbitals; p orbital & d orbital

17) Energies of atomic orbitals

18) Filling of atomic orbitals

19) Electronic configuration of elements – Part 1

20) Electronic configuration of elements – Part 2

Classification of Elements and Periodicity (Number Of Videos: 15)

1) Introduction

2) Mendeleev’s Periodic Table

3) Modern Periodic Table

4) Relationship between electronic Configuration and Periodic Table

5) Electronic Configuration and Types of Elements

6) P-Block and D-Block Elements

7) F-Block Elements; Solved Problems

8) Metals,Non Metals and Mettaloids ; Periodic Trend

9) Atomic Radius – Size of The Atom

10) Ionic Radii

11) Ionization Enthalpy; Problem 3.6

12) Electron Gain Enthalpy; Problem 3.7

13) Electronegativity; Oxidation State

14) Problem 3.8; Anomalous Behaviour

15) Periodic Trends and Chemical Reactivity; Problem 3.10

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure - Part 1 (Number Of Videos: 16)

1) Introduction

2) Kossel – Lewis Approach to Chemical Bonding

3) Lewis Dot Structure

4) Problem 4.1, 4.2

5) Formal Charge

6) Limitations of Octet Rule

7) Ionic or Electrovalent Bond

8) Bond Parameters

9) Bond Enthalpy

10) Bond Order; Resonance Structures

11) Problem 4.3, 4.4

12) Polarization

13) Polarity of Bonds

14) VSEPR Theory

15) Molecular Geometry – Part 1

16) Molecular Geometry – Part 2

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure - Part 2 (Number Of Videos: 17)

1) Quantum Mechanics Principles & Valence bond

2) Orbital overlapping

3) Types of overlap & Covalent bond – Sigma bond

4) Hybridization

5) Salient Features of Hybridization

6) Types of Hybridization

7) sp2 Hybridization

8) sp3 Hybridization – Part 1

9) sp3 Hybridization – Part 2 – Ethane and Ethene

10) sp Hybridization

11) sp3d Hybridization

12) Molecular Orbital Theory

13) Linear Combination of Atomic Orbitals

14) Increasing Energy Levels of Molecular Orbitals

15) Writing Energy Levels of Molecular Orbitals in Homonuclear Molecules

16) Hydrogen Bond

17) SF6 Structure; Conditions for Combination of Atomic Orbitals; Types of Molecular Orbitals

States of Matter (Number Of Videos: 17)

1) Introduction

2) London Forces; Dipole – Dipole Forces

3) Dipole-Induced Dipole Forces; Hydrogen Bond; Thermal Energy

4) Gaseous State – Physical Properties of Gases

5) Boyle’s Law – Part 1

6) Boyle’s Law – Part 2

7) Charles Law

8) Gay Lussac’s Law; Avogadro’s Law

9) Ideal Gas Equation

10) Problem 5.3; Relation between Molar mass & density; Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures

11) Partial Pressures in Mole Fractions

12) Kinetic Energy

13) Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases

14) Behaviour of Real Gases

15) Problem 5.5; Liquid State; Vapour Pressure

16) Surface Tension; Viscosity

17) Liquification of Gases

Thermodynamics (Number Of Videos: 16)

1) Introduction

2) State Function; Internal Energy as State Function

3) Change in Internal Energy- Part 1

4) Change in Internal Energy- Part 2

5) Work

6) Free Expansion of Gas

7) Enthalpy

8) Intensive & Extensive Properties;Heat Capacity

9) Calorimetry; Enthalpy and Internal Energy

10) Enthalpy Change

11) Standard Enthalpy of Formation and Examples

12) Thermochemical Equation

13) Bond Enthalpy; Hess’s Law ;Enthalpy of Combustion and Atomisation

14) Enthalpy of Dilution; Spontaneity- Part 1

15) Spontaneity- Part 2 ; Entropy – Heat Relation

16) Gibb’s Energy & Spontaneity

Equilibrium (Number Of Videos: 17)

1) Introduction

2) Liquid-Vapour Equilibrium

3) Equilibrium in Physical Process

4) General Characteristics of Equilibrium for Physical Processes

5) Equilibrium in Chemical Process

6) Law of Chemical Equilibrium and Equilibrium Constant

7) Homogeneous & Heterogeneous Equilibrium

8) Applications of Equilibrium Constant – Part 1

9) Applications of Equilibrium Constant – Part 2; Factors affecting Equilibrium; Le Chatelier’s Principle

10) Effect of Concentration,Pressure, Temperature Change, Inert Gas Addition on Equilibrium

11) Effect of Catalyst, Ionic Equilibrium in Solution, Acids, Bases & Salts; Arrhenius Theory

12) Bronsted – Lowry Theory; Lewis Acids & Bases

13) Ionization of Acids & Bases; pH Scale

14) Polybasic Acids/Polyacidic Bases; Common Ion Effect; Hydrolysis of Salts & pH of Solutions

15) Buffer Solution; Solubility Equilibrium of Sparingly Soluble Salts; Common Ion Effect on Solubility of Ionic Salts

16) Solid Vapour Equilibrium; Equilibrium Constant of Gaseous System

17) Ionisation Constant of Weak Acids & Bases; Hydrolysis of Salts; Solubility Constant & Effect of Common Ion on Solubility of Ionic Salts

Redox Reactions (Number Of Videos: 11)

1) Introduction

2) Problem 8.1;Redox Reactions in Terms of Electron Transfer

3) Problem 8.2;Competitive Electron Transfer Reactions

4) Oxidation Number

5) Rules to Determine Oxidation Number of Various Elements

6) Stock Notation;Types of Redox Reaction – Part 1

7) Types of Redox Reaction – Part 2

8) Types of Redox Reaction – Part 3

9) Balancing Redox Reactions

10) Redox Reactions as Basis for Titrations

11) Redox Reactions & Electrode Process

The s-Block Elements (Number Of Videos: 14)

1) Introduction

2) Important Compounds of Calcium

3) Alkali Metals – Atomic & Ionic Radii,Ionisation Enthalpy

4) Chemical Properties of Alkali Metals

5) General Characteristics of Compounds of Alkali Metals

6) Salts of Oxoacids; Anomalous Properties of Lithium – Part 1

7) Anomalous Properties of Lithium – Part 2

8) Important Compounds of Sodium – Part 1

9) Important Compounds of Sodium – Part 2

10) Important Compounds of Sodium – Part 3;Biological Importance of Sodium & Potassium

11) Alkaline Earth Metals – Ionisation Enthalpy; Hydration Enthalpy; Physical Properties

12) Chemical Properties of Alkaline Metals

13) Uses & General Characteristics of Compounds of Alkaline Earth Metals

14) Anomalous Behavior of Beryllium ; Biological Importance of Magnesium & Calcium

The p-Block Elements (Number Of Videos: 15)

1) Introduction

2) Group 13 – Boron Family

3) Chemical Properties of Group 13 – Part 1

4) Chemical Properties of Group 13 – Part 2; Important Trends and Anomalous Behaviour

5) Some Important Compounds of Boron – Part 1

6) Some Important Compounds of Boron – Part 2

7) Use of Boron, Aluminium and Their Compounds

8) Anomolous Behaviour of Lithium

9) Chemical Properties of Carbon Family

10) Important Trends and Anomlous Behaviour of C; Allotropes of Carbon – Part 1

11) Allotropes of Carbon – Part 2; Uses of Carbon

12) Some Important Compounds of Carbon & Silicon – Part 1

13) Some Important Compounds of Carbon & Silicon – Part 2

14) Some Important Compounds of Carbon & Silicon – Part 3

15) Some Important Compounds of Carbon & Silicon – Part 4; Fullerenes

Hydrocarbons (Number Of Videos: 11)

1) Introduction

2) Preparation of Alkanes

3) Properties of Alkanes; Conformations

4) Alkanes Conformations; Nomenclature of Alkenes

5) Alkenes – Isomers; Preparations; Physical Properties

6) Alkenes – Chemical Properties – Part 1

7) Alkenes – Chemical Properties – Part 2

8) Alkynes – Preparations; Physical & Chemical Properties; Aromatic Hydrocarbons

9) Structure of Benzene; Huckel Rule; Preparation of Benzene; Properties of Benzene

10) Properties of Benzene – Part 2; Directive Influence of Functional Group in Monosubstituted Benzene; Carcinogenicity & Toxicity of Hydrocarbons

11) Nomenclature & Isomerism in Alkane; Decarboxylation & Kolbe’s Electrolytic Method; Addition Reactions; Dihedral Angle

Environmental Chemistry (Number Of Videos: 5)

1) Smog

2) Environmental Pollution

3) Tropospheric Pollution

4) Stratospheric Pollution; Water Pollution

5) International Standards for Drinking Water; Soil Pollution; Strategies to Control Environmental Pollution; Green Chemistry

Hydrogen (Number Of Videos: 11)

1) Introduction

2) Preparation of Dihydrogen – Part 1

3) Preparation of Dihydrogen – Part 2; Properties of Dihydrogen

4) Uses of Dihydrogen, Hydrides

5) Ionic/Saline Hydrides; Covalent/Molecular Hydrides

6) Covalent/Molecular Hydrides; Metallic/Non – Stoichiometric Hydrides

7) Water – Physical Properties & Structure of Water

8) Structure of Ice; Chemical Properties of Water

9) Hard & Soft Water; Temporary Hardness & Permanent Hardness – Part 1

10) Permanent Hardness – Part 2

11) Hydrogen Peroxide – Chemical Properties, Storage, Uses; Heavy Water; Hydrogen as a Fuel

Maths

Sets (Number Of Videos: 11)

1) Introduction

2) Exercise 1.1

3) Subset, Power set, Universal set, Venn diagrams

4) Exercise 1.2

5) Intervals in Sets and Properties of Compliment of Sets

6) Exercise 1.3 and 1.4 – Part 1

7) Exercise 1.4 – Part 2

8) Exercise 1.4 – Part 3

9) Exercise 1.5 – Part 1

10) Exercise 1.5 – Part 2

11) Exercise 1.6

Trignometric Functions - Part 1 (Number Of Videos: 4)
1) Introduction

2) Exercise 3.1 – Part 1

3) Exercise 3.1 – Part 2

4) Concept of Trignometric Funtions – Part 1

Linear Inequalities (Number Of Videos: 14)
1) Introduction

2) Exercise 6.1 – Part 1

3) Exercise 6.1 – Part 2

4) Exercise 6.1 – Part 3

5) Exercise 6.1 – Part 4

6) Exercise 6.1 – Part 5

7) Exercise 6.2 (1,2,3)

8) Exercise 6.2 (4,5,7)

9) Exercise 6.3 (1,2,3)

10) Exercise 6.3 (6,7)

11) Exercise 6.3 (9,10,11)

12) Exercise 6.3 (12,13)

13) Miscellaneous Part – 1

14) Miscellaneous Part – 2

Trignometric Functions - Part 3 (Number Of Videos: 4)
1) Example 23,24 ; Exercise 3.4 – Part 1

2) Exercise 3.4 (2,3,4,5,6,7)

3) Exercise 3.4 (2,3,4,5,6,7) Exercise 3.4 – Part 2

4) Miscellaneous Execises

Principle of Mathematical Induction (Number Of Videos: 9)
1) Introduction

2) Exercise 4.1 – Part 1

3) Exercise 4.1 – Part 2

4) Exercise 4.1 – Part 3

5) Exercise 4.1 – Part 4

6) Exercise 4.1 – Part 5

7) Exercise 4.1 – Part 6

8) Exercise 4.1 – Part 7

9) Exercise 4.1 – Part 8

Relations and Functions (Number Of Videos: 7)
1) Introduction; Exercise 2.1

2) Exercise 2.1 Continued…

3) Exercise 2.2

4) Exercise 2.2 Continued…

5) Types of Functions

6) Exercise 2.3 – Part 1

7) Exercise 2.3 – Part 2

Trigonometric Functions (Number Of Videos: 23)
1) Introduction

2) Exercise 3.1 – Part 1

3) Exercise 3.1 – Part 2

4) Concept of Trigonometric Functions – Part 1

5) Concept of Trigonometric Functions – Part 2

6) Signs in Trigonometric Functions

7) Exercise 3.2 – Part 1

8) Exercise 3.2 – Part 2

9) Exercise 3.2 – Part 3

10) T.F. of Sum and Difference of 2 Angles ( Part 2)

11) T.F. of Sum and Difference of 2 Angles ( Part 3)

12) T.F. of Sum and Difference of 2 Angles ( Part 4)

13) T.F. of Sum and Difference of 2 Angles ( Part 5)

14) Exercise 3.3 – Part 1

15) Exercise 3.3 – Part 2

16) Exercise 3.3 – Part 3

17) Exercise 3.3 – Part 4

18) Trigonometric Equations Example 18,19

19) Theorem 1,2,3 Example 20

20) Example 23,24; Exercise 3.4 – Part 1

21) Exercise 3.4 (2,3,4,5,6,7)

22) Exercise 3.4 – Part 2

23) Miscellaneous Exercises

Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations (Number Of Videos: 6)
1) Introduction

2) Power of I

3) Exercise 5.1

4) Argand Plane and Polar Representation

5) Exercise 5.2

6) Miscellaneous Exercises

Sequences and Series (Number Of Videos: 18)
1) Introduction; Exercise 9.1 (1 to 5)

2) Exercise 9.1 (6 to 14)

3) Exercise 9.2 (1 to 4)

4) Exercise 9.2 (5 to 9)

5) Exercise 9.2 (10 to 12)

6) Exercise 9.2 (13)

7) Geometric Progression;Exercise 9.3(1 to 3)

8) Exercise 9.3(4 to 7)

9) Exercise 9.3(8 to 11)

10) Exercise 9.3(12,13,14,15,17)

11) Exercise 9.3(18 to 21)

12) Exercise 9.3(22 to 25)

13) Exercise 9.3(26,27,28)

14) Exercise 9.3(29,30,31)

15) Exercise 9.4(1,2)

16) Exercise 9.4(3,4,5,6)

17) Exercise 9.4(7,8,9)

18) Example 1,2,3,6,9,12,18

Permutations and Combinations (Number Of Videos: 9)
1) Permutation and Factorial of a number; Exercise 7.1(1,2,3)

2) Exercise 7.1(4,5,6); Exercise 7.2 (1,2,3,4,5)

3) Combinations; Exercise 7.3 (1,2,6)

4) Exercise 7.3 (7,8)

5) Exercise 7.3 (9,11)

6) Exercise 7.4 (1,2,3,4,5)

7) Exercise 7.4 (6,7,8,9)

8) Miscellaneous Exercise – Part 1

9) Miscellaneous Exercise – Part 2

Binomial Theorem (Number Of Videos: 13)
1) Introduction

2) Exercise 8.1(1,2,3,4)

3) Exercise 8.1(5,6,7,8,9)

4) Exercise 8.1(10,11)

5) Exercise 8.1(12,13,14)

6) General term & Middle term of a Binomial Expansion

7) Exercise 8.2 (3,4,5,6)

8) Exercise 8.2 (7,8,9)

9) Exercise 8.2 (10)

10) Exercise 8.2 (11,12)

11) Miscellaneous Exercise – Part 1

12) Miscellaneous Exercise – Part 2

13) Miscellaneous Exercise – Part 3

Straight lines (Number Of Videos: 11)
1) Introduction; Exercise 10.1 (1)

2) Exercise 10.1 (3,4,5,6)

3) Exercise 10.1 (7,8,9,10,11)

4) Exercise 10.1 (12,13)

5) Exercise 10.2 (7 to 13)

6) Exercise 10.2 (14,15,17,18,19)

7) Exercise 10.3 (1,2,3,4)

8) Exercise 10.3 (5,6,7,8,9)

9) Exercise 10.3 (10,11,12)

10) Exercise 10.3 (14,16,17,18)

11) Angle between 2 Lines; Collinearity of 3 Points; Various Forms of Equation of Line

Statistics (Number Of Videos: 21)
1) Introduction

2) Measures of Dispersion

3) Example 1 ; Example 2 ; Exercise 15.1 (1)

4) Mean Deviation for Grouped Data ;Example 4

5) Exercise 15.1 (6) ;Example 5

6) Exercise 15.1 (7,8); Continuous Frequency Distribution; Example 6,

7) Exercise 15.1 (9,10)

8) Example 6

9) Mean Deviation about Median

10) Example 11

11) Variance ; Example 8

12) Median; Example 9 ; Example 10

13) Exercise 15.2 (1,2,3)

14) Exercise 15.2(4); Standard Deviation for Continuous Frequency

15) Example 11; Methods to Find Variance and Standard Deviation

16) Example 12; Exercise 15.2 (6)

17) Exercise 15.2 (7,8)

18) Exercise 15.2 (9,10)

19) Exercise 15.1 (4); Coefficient of Variation

20) Example 13; Example 14; Example 15

21) Miscellaneous Exercise (6,7)

Conic Sections (Number Of Videos: 11)
1) Introduction

2) Exercise 11.1(6 to 11)

3) Exercise 11.1(12 to 15)

4) Exercise 11.2(1,2,3,4,5,8,9,10,11,12)

5) Exercise 11.3(1,3,4,5,6)

6) Exercise 11.3(7,8,9)

7) Exercise 11.3(10,13,15,16,17,18,19)

8) Exercise 11.3(20); Exercise 11.4(1,2,3,4)

9) Exercise 11.4(5 to 11)

10) Exercise 11.4(12 to 15)

11) Ellipse; Hyperbola

Introduction to 3-Dimensional Geometry (Number Of Videos: 5)
1) Introduction

2) Exercise 12.2(1,2,3)

3) Exercise 12.2(4,5); Distance Between 2 Points;Midpoint;Section Formula;Centroid of a Triangle

4) Exercise 12.3(1,2,3,4)

5) Exercise 12.3(5);Exercise 12.1(1 to 4)

Limits & Derivatives (Number Of Videos: 10)
1) Exercise 13.1(22,23,25)

2) Exercise 13.1(26,27,28)

3) Introduction

4) Exercise 13.1(1 to 14)

5) Exercise 13.1(18 to 21)

6) Derivatives

7) Exercise 13.2(1,2,4)

8) Exercise 13.2(4,5,6,7,8)

9) Exercise 13.2[9(i,ii,iii,iv,v,vi)]

10) Exercise 13.2[10,11(i,ii,iii,iv,v,vi)]

Mathematical Reasoning (Number Of Videos: 4)
1) Introduction

2) Exercise 14.2(2,3);Exercise 14.3(1,2,4)

3) Exercise 14.4(1,2,3)

4) Exercise 14.5(1,2,3,4,5)

Probability (Number Of Videos: 11)
1) Introduction

2) Mutually Exclusive Events; Exhaustive Events; Probability of Equally Likely Outcome

3) Exercise 16.1(1 to 7)

4) Exercise 16.1(10 to 14)

5) Exercise 16.2(1,2)

6) Exercise 16.2(3)

7) Exercise 16.2[5(i,ii,iii,v)]; Exercise 16.3(1)

8) Exercise 16.3(2,3,4,5)

9) Exercise 16.3(6,8,9,10)

10) Exercise 16.3(11,12,14,15,16,17)

11) Exercise 16.3(18,19,20,21)

Biology

Biological Classification (Number Of Videos: 5)

1) Kingdom Monera

2) Kingdom Protista

3) Kingdom Fungi

4) Kingdom Fungi; Continued…

5) Kingdom Plantae and Animalia

Plant Kingdom (Number Of Videos: 5)

1) Chlorophyceae

2) Types of Algae

3) Bryophytes

4) Pteridophyta and Gymnosperms

5) Angiosperms

The Living World (Number Of Videos: 3)

1) Introduction

2) Nomenclature

3) Recap

Animal Kingdom (Number Of Videos: 6)

1) Introduction

2) Levels of Organisation

3) Phylums – Part 1

4) Phylums – Part 2

5) Superclass – Part 1

6) Superclass – Part 2

Morphology of Flowering Plants (Number Of Videos: 6)

1) Introduction

2) The Stem

3) Leaves

4) Parts of a Flower

5) The Fruit

6) Semi Description of a Typical Flowering Plant

Anatomy of a Flowering Plant (Number Of Videos: 5)

1) Introduction

2) Complex Permanent tissues

3) Tissue System Based on Location

4) T.S. of Dicot and Monocot Stem and Leaf

5) Secondary Growth

Structural Organisation in Animals (Number Of Videos: 8)

1) Introduction

2) Muscle and Neural Tissues

3) Earthworm – Part 1

4) Earthworm – Part 2

5) Cockroach – Part 1

6) Cockroach – Part 2

7) Frog – Part 1

8) Frog – Part 2

Cell : The Unit of Life (Number Of Videos: 6)
1) Introduction

2) Eukaryotic Cell – Its Parts (a)

3) Eukaryotic Cell – Its Parts (b)

4) Mitochondria and Plastids

5) Ribosomes; Cilia and Flagella

6) Centrosomes and Centrioles; Nucleus

Biomolecules (Number Of Videos: 5)

1) Introduction

2) Chemical Analysis;Biomicromolecules & Biomacromolecules – polysaccharide

3) Proteins

4) Concept of metabolism

5) Enzymes;Classification and Nomenclature

Transport in Plants (Number Of Videos: 5)
1) Introduction

2) Osmosis; Plasmolysis

3) Long distance Transport of Water

4) Water Movement Up a Plant

5) Uptake of Minerals – Phloem

Photosynthesis in Higher Plants (Number Of Videos: 5)
1) Introduction

2) Light Reaction; Difference between PS I and PS II

3) Chemiosmosis Hypothesis

4) Calvin Cycle

5) Photorespiration

Respiration in Plants (Number Of Videos: 3)
1) Introduction

2) Fermentation; Kreb’s Cycle

3) Electron Transport System

Plant Growth and Development (Number Of Videos: 3)
1) Introduction

2) Growth Hormones Germination & Development – Part 1 ; Plant Growth Regulators

3) Growth Hormones – Part 2

Digestion and Absorption (Number Of Videos: 10)
1) Digestive Glands – Part 1

2) Digestive Glands – Part 2

3) Chemical Process of Digestion – Part 1

4) Chemical Process of Digestion – Part 2

5) Digestion as Hormonal and Neural Activity; Absorption – Part 1

6) Absorption – Part 2

7) Disorders of Digestive System- Part 1

8) Disorders of Digestive System- Part 2

9) Digestive System

10) Teeth; Wall of Alimentary Canal; Malnutrition

Cell Cycle and Cell Division (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Introduction

2) Meiosis; Meiosis – I

Mineral Nutrition (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Introduction

2) Mechanism of Absorption; Nitrogen Fixation

Breathing & Exchange of Gases (Number Of Videos: 8)
1) Introduction

2) Human Respiratory System

3) Mechanism of Breathing

4) Respiratory Volumes & Capacities

5) Exchange of Gases

6) Transport of Gases(Oxygen)

7) Transport of Gases(Carbon Dioxide);Regulation of Respiration

8) Disorders of Respiratory System

Body Fluids and Circulation (Number Of Videos: 11)
1) Introduction

2) Blood & RBC ;WBC;Platelets

3) Blood Groups;Rh Grouping

4) Coagulation of Blood and Lymph

5) Circulatory Patterns;Circulatory Pathway

6) Human Circulatory System; Heart & Cardiac Muscular

7) Cardiac Cycle

8) Stethoscope;ECG

9) Double Circulation ; Hepatic Portal System

10) Regulation of Cardiac Activity

11) Disorders of Circulatory System

Excretory Products and Their Elimination (Number Of Videos: 10)
1) Introduction

2) Human Excretory System

3) Urine Formation

4) Functions of Tubules

5) Mechanism of Concentration of Filtrate

6) Regulate of Kidney Function

7) Micturition

8) Role of Other Organs in Excretion

9) Disorders of Excretory System – Part 1

10) Disorders of Excretory System – Part 2

Locomotion and Movement (Number Of Videos: 14)
1) Introduction

2) Different Types of Movement in Humans

3) Types of Muscles

4) Examining Skeletal Muscles

5) Structure of Contractile Proteins

6) Mechanism of Muscle Contraction

7) Muscle Fatigue; Types of Muscle Fibers

8) Skeletal System – Bones

9) Vertebral Column and Its Functions; Ribs

10) Appendicular System – Part 1

11) Appendicular System – Part 2; Joints – Part 1

12) Joints – Part 2

13) Disorders of Musculoskeletal System – Part 1

14) Disorders of Musculoskeletal System – Part 2

Neural Control and Coordination (Number Of Videos: 18)
1) Introduction

2) Neural System

3) Structure of Neuron; Types of Neuron

4) Types of Axons; Generation and Conduction of Nerve Impulses

5) Mechanics of AP Conduction & Impulse Conduction; Transmission of Impulses

6) Types of Synapses; CNS; Functions of Brain

7) Layers of the Brain; Parts of Brain

8) Sagittal Section of Brain; Forebrain

9) Thalamus, Hypothalamus; Limbic Lobe

10) Midbrain; Hindbrain

11) Reflex Action 7 Reflex Arc; Sensory Reception & Processing

12) Structure of Eye – Part 1

13) Retina; Structure of Eye – Part 2

14) Mechanism of Vision

15) Structure of Ear – Outer Ear

16) Structure of Ear – Middle Ear & Inner Ear

17) Structure of Ear

18) Mechanism of Hearing; Functions

Chemical Coordination and Integration (Number Of Videos: 18)
1) Introduction

2) Hypothalamus

3) Pituitary Gland

4) Hormones of Pituitary Gland

5) Gonadotrophins, Melanocyte Stimulating Harmone

6) Oxytocin, Vasopressin, Pineal Gland

7) Throid Gland – Part 1

8) Throid Gland – Part 2

9) Parathyroid Gland

10) Disorders of Parathyroid Gland;Thymus

11) Adrenal Gland

12) Hormones of Adrenal Gland

13) Pancreas

14) Insulin

15) Testis

16) Ovary

17) Hormones of Other Organs

18) Mechanism of Hormone Action

English

Parts of Speech (Number Of Videos: 10)

1) Parts of Speech

2) Nouns

3) Pronouns

4) Adjectives

5) Verbs

6) Adverbs – 1

7) Adverbs – 2

8) Proposition – 1

9) Preposition – 2

10) Conjunctions

Types of Nouns (Number Of Videos: 5)

1) Introduction to Nouns and Proper Nouns

2) Common Noun and Collective Noun

3) Countable and Uncountable Nouns – Part 1

4) Countable and Uncountable Nouns – Part 2

5) Concrete and Abstract Nouns

Noun Cases (Number Of Videos: 4)
1) Noun Cases

2) Objective Case / Accusative Case

3) Possessive Case

4) Vocative Case

Noun Number (Number Of Videos: 3)

1) Noun Number – Singular – Plural Rules 1,2,3,4

2) Noun Number – Singular – Plural Rules 5,6,7,8,9,10

3) Noun Number – Singular – Plural Rules 11,12

Compound Nouns (Number Of Videos: 3)

1) Compound Nouns – Part 1

2) Compound Nouns – Part 2

3) Compound Nouns – Part 3

Articles (Number Of Videos: 4)

1) Articles – 1

2) Articles – 2

3) Definite Article “THE” – Part 1

4) Definite Article “THE” – Part 2

Verb (Number Of Videos: 3)
1) Verb-1

2) Verb-2

3) Verb-3

Subject Verb Agreement (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Subject Verb Agreement -1

2) Subject Verb Agreement -2

Pronouns (Number Of Videos: 6)
1) Pronouns – Personal Pronouns

2) Personal Pronouns as Subject and Object

3) Relative Pronoun – Demonstrative Pronoun

4) Indefinite Pronouns – 1

5) Indefinite Pronouns – 2

6) Reflexive Pronouns

Tenses (Number Of Videos: 6)
1) Tenses

2) Present Tense – 1

3) Present Tense – 2

4) Past Tense – 1

5) Past Tense – 2

6) Future Tense

Figures of Speech (Number Of Videos: 4)
1) Figures of Speech – 1

2) Figures of Speech – 2

3) Figures of Speech – 3

4) Figures of Speech – 4

Nouns (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Proper Noun and Common Noun

2) Types of Nouns

Adjectives (Number Of Videos: 5)
1) Adjectives – 1

2) Adjectives – 2

3) Adjectives – 3

4) Types of Adjectives -1

5) Types of Adjectives -2

Articles (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Indefinite Articles

2) Definite Article

Auxiliary Verbs (Number Of Videos: 3)
1) Definite Article Auxiliary Verbs -1

2) Definite Article Auxiliary Verbs -2

3) Definite Article Auxiliary Verbs -3

Sentences (Number Of Videos: 4)
1) The Sentence – Part 1

2) The Sentence – Part 2

3) Types of Sentences – Part 1

4) Types of Sentences – Part 2

Phrases and Clauses (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Types of Phrases

2) Types of Clauses

Idioms (Number Of Videos: 5)
1) Idioms – Part 1

2) Idioms – Part 2

3) Idioms – Part 3

4) Idioms – Part 4

5) Idioms – Part 5

Question tags (Number Of Videos: 1)
1) Question tags
Parts of a Sentence (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Parts of a Sentence -1

2) Parts of a Sentence -2

Verbs (Number Of Videos: 1)
1) Main verbs ;Auxillary verbs
Alphabet (Number Of Videos: 1)
1) Vowels and Consonants
Noun Gender (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Noun Gender

2) Neuter Gender

Pronouns (Number Of Videos: 2)
1) Interrogative Pronoun

2) Possessive Pronoun

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