Ans. Some of the important areas of the syllabus include – 1) Geometrical optics, 2) Current Electricity, 3) Electromagnetic Field, 4) Alternating current, 5) Centre of mass, momentum and collision, 6) Electrostatics, 7) Work, power, energy, 8) Semiconductor.
The others topics that will also have to be prepared well by candidates include – 1) Capacitor, 2) Circular motion, 3) Electro-magnetic induction, 4) Simple harmonic motion, 5) Thermodynamics, 6) Heat transfer, 7) Wave optics, 8) Rotation, 9) Surface tension, 10) Rectilinear motion, 11) Gravitation, 12) Sound wave, 13) Fluid etc.
Given the considerable size of the syllabus, candidates need to frame a proper study plan beforehand. To start, NCERT books should be studied thoroughly before moving on to advanced reference books. Solving previous years’ question papers is also crucial to ace this exam.