Ans. Even though the topic remains the same as that of CBSE syllabus, the questions are that of advanced level. Few important topics in the syllabus include – (a) Semiconductor, (b) Alternating current, (c) Work, power, energy, (d) Electromagnetic Field, (e) Geometrical optics, (f) Centre of mass, momentum and collision, (g) Electrostatics and (h) Current Electricity.
There are other topics as well which have to be given due focus – (a) Heat transfer, (b) Thermodynamics, (c) Wave optics, (d) Circular motion, (e) Rectilinear motion, (f) Surface tension, (g) Capacitor, (h) Electromagnetic induction, (i) Simple harmonic motion, (j) Rotation, (k) Gravitation, (l) Fluid, (m) Sound wave etc.
As the syllabus is fairly exhaustive, apart from framing an effective strategy to study, candidates also need to practice solving questions on a regular basis. Download NSEP sample papers PDF and try to solve the answers.