NSEP 2017 – Detailed Analysis by Resonance

On 26th November 2017, NSEP (National Standard Examination in Physics) – 2017 was exam is conducted by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) at many centers all over the country. NSEP is the stepping stage for selection of aspiring and talented students in the Physics Olympiad Program. The student can move forward to other stages only after clearing this stage.

Eligibility: Only Indian citizens with date of birth between 1 July 1998 and 30 June 2003, both days inclusive and studying in Class XII or lower as of November 30, 2017, can apply and appear for NSEP 2017. The student has to himself re-assure his eligibility. At any stage if the student is found to be not eligible for the exam, he/she may be disqualified from the program. The student must not be appearing in NSEJS 2017.

Syllabus: The syllabus for National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP) is almost similar as the curriculum of senior secondary level (Class XI and Class XII) of CBSE. However, only basic guideline for the course is mentioned. No detailed syllabus is given for NSEP.

Question Paper: The medium of test was English, although it was also available in Hindi, Bangla and Gujarati. It comprised of Single and Multiple choice correct objective type questions. Single Choice objective question, each with only one of the four options correct with 3 marks each and -1 negative marking for incorrect answer while the multiple options correct questions were with 6 marks and no negative marking.

Qualifying for the Second Stage: The basic objective of conducting this test is not focusing on merit but to involve as many students from the country to participate in the exam and try to show and expose their talent. Hence the selection to the stage II examinations i.e. Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs) is based on the following scheme.

  • Cutoff: To be eligible to get to the next level, i.e. the second stage, it is necessary that a student scores at-least a Minimum Admissible Score (MAS) which is 40% of the maximum score.
  • Proportional Representation Clause: The maximum number of students that can get to Stage II (INO) in each subject is around 300. These many students are not selected only on the merit basis but also on proportionate basis. This proportion is decided on the base of the number of candidates who appeared for NSE in the previous year from that center in each State or Union Territory (UT). In case there is a tie at the last position, then all the students competing for the last position will be eligible to move to stage II. However it’s necessary that the selected students fulfill the eligibility clause laid out above. The total number to be selected from centers in each State for each subject will be displayed on the IAPT and HBCSE website.
  • Minimum Representation Clause: Notwithstanding the proportional representation clause the number of students selected for INO from each State and UT must be at least one, provided that the eligibility clause is satisfied.
  • Merit Clause: As stated above, approximately 300 students are to be selected for second stage. If this does not happen according to MAS, then after selection as per merit, the shortfall from 300 students will be selected based purely on merit without further consideration to proportional representation and minimum representation clauses. In the event of a tie at the last position in the list all students with the same marks at this position will qualify to appear for the Stage II examination.

There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to the Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs). All students who qualify to appear for the INPhO get a certificate of merit from IAPT.

Overall Marks Distribution

The paper pattern was same as last year. It comprised of Single and Multiple choice correct objective type questions. It had 60 Single Choice objective question, each with only one of the four options correct with 3 marks each and -1 negative marking for incorrect answer while 10 multiple options correct questions were with 6 marks and no negative marking.

SUBJECT Class 11 Class 12 Total
No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks
Physics 24 84 46 156 70 240

Overall Difficulty Level Analysis

In this analysis we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

Difficulty Level Number of
Question
Total
Marks
Easy 39 135
Medium 29 99
Difficult 2 6
Grand Total 70 240
Aggregate Difficulty 1.47

Topic Wise Analysis

Unit & Topic Name No of Questions Total Marks % Weightage
Physics 70 240 100.00%
Alternating current 3 12 5.00%
Power consumed in an AC circuit 1 3 1.25%
Resonance 2 9 3.75%
Capacitor 2 6 2.50%
Capacitor with dielectric 1 3 1.25%
Combination of Capacitors 1 3 1.25%
Centre of mass, momentum & collision 3 12 5.00%
Head on collision 2 9 3.75%
Motion of com 1 3 1.25%
Circular Motion 2 9 3.75%
Circular motion in vertical plane 1 6 2.50%
Kinematics of circular motion 1 3 1.25%
Current Electricity 7 21 8.75%
Instruments 6 18 7.50%
Power, energy, battery, EMF,terminal voltage & Kirchhoff’s law 1 3 1.25%
Electro Magnetic Field 6 21 8.75%
magnetic field due to a magnet and earth 2 9 3.75%
magnetic field due to a straight wire 1 3 1.25%
Magnetic field due to ring 1 3 1.25%
Magnetic Force and torque on a current carrying loop, dipole moment 1 3 1.25%
Magnetic force on a charge 1 3 1.25%
Electro Magnetic Induction 1 3 1.25%
Self-inductance EMF & magnetic energy density 1 3 1.25%
Electrostatics 3 9 3.75%
Coulomb’s law 1 3 1.25%
Electric potential and potential difference 1 3 1.25%
Flux calculation and gauss’s law 1 3 1.25%
Electrostatics 1 3 1.25%
Conductor and it’s properties, Electric pressure 1 3 1.25%
Fluid 1 3 1.25%
Archimedes principle and force of buoyancy 1 3 1.25%
Fluid 1 3 1.25%
Archimedes principle and force of buoyancy 1 3 1.25%
Geometrical Optics 11 39 16.25%
Lens 3 9 3.75%
Lenses 1 3 1.25%
Lenses 1 6 2.50%
Refraction by Prism 3 12 5.00%
Refraction by spherical surface 1 3 1.25%
Refraction in general, Refraction at plane surface and TIR 1 3 1.25%
Spherical mirror 1 3 1.25%
Gravitation 1 3 1.25%
Universal law of gravitation 1 3 1.25%
Heat Transfer 2 9 3.75%
Thermal conduction in linear conductors at steady state 2 9 3.75%
KTG & 1st law of thermodynamics 2 9 3.75%
First law of thermodynamics 1 6 2.50%
Root mean square velocity, kinetic energy and equation of state 1 3 1.25%
Miscellaneous 3 9 3.75%
Miscellaneous 3 9 3.75%
Modern physics-1 3 9 3.75%
Electronic transition in the h/h-like atom/species & effect of motion of nucleus 1 3 1.25%
Photoelectric effect 1 3 1.25%
X-ray 1 3 1.25%
Newton’s law of Motion 2 6 2.50%
Calculation of force and acceleration 2 6 2.50%
Rectilinear Motion 2 6 2.50%
Equation of motion and motion under gravity 2 6 2.50%
Rotation (Rigid Body Dynamics) 1 3 1.25%
Moment of inertia 1 3 1.25%
Semi-Conductor 3 12 5.00%
Diode 1 3 1.25%
Logic Gates 1 3 1.25%
Transistor 1 6 2.50%
Simple harmonic Motion 3 9 3.75%
Equation of SHM 2 6 2.50%
Spring mass system 1 3 1.25%
Sound Wave 2 6 2.50%
Doppler effect 1 3 1.25%
Organ pipes and resonance 1 3 1.25%
Surface Tension 1 3 1.25%
Excess pressure in drops and bubble 1 3 1.25%
Wave optics (Light wave- Young’s experiment) 1 3 1.25%
YDSE with monochromatic light 1 3 1.25%
Work, power, Energy 3 12 5.00%
Work done by a variable force 1 6 2.50%
Work done by variable Forces 1 3 1.25%
work energy theorem 1 3 1.25%
Grand Total 70 240 100.00%

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NSEC 2017 – Detailed Analysis by Resonance

On 26th November 2017, NSEC (National Standard Examination in Chemistry) – 2017 exam was conducted by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) at many centers all over the country. NSEC is the stepping stage for selection of aspiring and talented students in the Chemistry Olympiad Program. The student can move forward to other stages only after clearing this stage.

Eligibility: Only Indian citizens with date of birth between 1 July 1998 and 30 June 2003, both days inclusive and studying in Class XII or lower as of November 30, 2017, can apply and appear for NSEC 2017. The student has to himself re-assure his eligibility. At any stage if the student is found to be not eligible for the exam, he/she may be disqualified from the program. The student must not be appearing in NSEJS 2017.

Syllabus: The syllabus for National Standard Examination in Chemistry (NSEC) is almost similar as the curriculum of senior secondary level (Class XI and Class XII) of CBSE. However, only basic guideline for the course is mentioned. No detailed syllabus is given for NSEC.

Question Paper: The medium of test was English only and it comprised of 80 objective type questions, each with only one of the four options correct with 3 marks each and -1 negative marking for incorrect answer.

Qualifying for the Second Stage: The basic objective of conducting this test is not focusing on merit but to involve as many students from the country to participate in the exam and try to show and expose their talent. Hence the selection to the stage II examinations i.e. Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs) is based on the following scheme.

  • Cutoff: To be eligible to get to the next level, i.e. the second stage, it is necessary that a student scores at-least a Minimum Admissible Score (MAS) which is 40% of the maximum score.
  • Proportional Representation Clause: The maximum number of students that can get to Stage II (INO) in each subject is around 300. These many students are not selected only on the merit basis but also on proportionate basis. This proportion is decided on the base of the number of candidates who appeared for NSE in the previous year from that center in each State or Union Territory (UT). In case there is a tie at the last position, then all the students competing for the last position will be eligible to move to stage II. However it’s necessary that the selected students fulfill the eligibility clause laid out above. The total number to be selected from centers in each State for each subject will be displayed on the IAPT and HBCSE website.
  • Minimum Representation Clause: Notwithstanding the proportional representation clause the number of students selected for INO from each State and UT must be at least one, provided that the eligibility clause is satisfied.
  • Merit Clause: As stated above, approximately 300 students are to be selected for second stage. If this does not happen according to MAS, then after selection as per merit, the shortfall from 300 students will be selected based purely on merit without further consideration to proportional representation and minimum representation clauses. In the event of a tie at the last position in the list all students with the same marks at this position will qualify to appear for the Stage II examination.

There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to the Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs). All students who qualify to appear for the INCO get a certificate of merit from IAPT.


Overall Marks Distribution

The paper pattern was same as last year. The paper had 80 questions each worth 3 marks (negative marking of 1 marks). All questions were objective type with single correct option.

SUBJECT Class 11 Class 12 Total
No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks
Chemistry 35 105 45 135 80 240

Overall Difficulty Level Analysis

In this analysis, we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

  • 1: Easy
  • 2: Moderate
  • 3: Difficult
Difficulty Level Number of
Question
Total
Marks
Easy 19 57
Medium 61 183
Grand Total 80 240
Aggregate Difficulty 1.76


Topic Wise Analysis

Unit & Topic Name No of
Questions
Total Marks % Weightage
CHEMISTRY 80 240 100.00%
ALDEHYDES & KETONES 3 9 3.75%
ALDEHYDES & KETONES 3 9 3.75%
ALL BASIC CONCEPT OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-1 1 3 1.25%
ALL BASIC CONCEPT OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-1 1 3 1.25%
ALL BASIC CONCEPT OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-3 1 3 1.25%
ALL BASIC CONCEPT OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-3 1 3 1.25%
ALL BASIC CONCEPT OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-4 1 3 1.25%
ALL BASIC CONCEPT OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-4 1 3 1.25%
AROMATIC COMPOUNDS (BENZENE,ARYL HALIDE, PHENOL, AMINES & DIAZONIUM SALT) 2 6 2.50%
AROMATIC COMPOUNDS (BENZENE,ARYL HALIDE, PHENOL, AMINES & DIAZONIUM SALT) 2 6 2.50%
ATOMIC STRUCTURE 2 6 2.50%
ATOMIC STRUCTURE 2 6 2.50%
BIOMOLECULE & POLYMER 2 6 2.50%
BIOMOLECULE & POLYMER 2 6 2.50%
CARBOXYLIC ACIDS & DERIVATIVES 2 6 2.50%
CARBOXYLIC ACIDS & DERIVATIVES 2 6 2.50%
CHEMICAL BONDING 1 3 1.25%
CHEMICAL BONDING 1 3 1.25%
CHEMICAL BONDING-2 1 3 1.25%
CHEMICAL BONDING-2 1 3 1.25%
CHEMICAL BONDING-4 1 3 1.25%
CHEMICAL BONDING-4 1 3 1.25%
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM 2 6 2.50%
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM 2 6 2.50%
CHEMICAL KINETICS 3 9 3.75%
CHEMICAL KINETICS 3 9 3.75%
CHEMISTRY IN EVERYDAY LIFE, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES & POC 2 6 2.50%
CHEMISTRY IN EVERYDAY LIFE, PHYSICAL PROPERTIES & POC 2 6 2.50%
COORDINATION COMPOUND 5 15 6.25%
COORDINATION COMPOUND 5 15 6.25%
ELECTROCHEMISTRY 3 9 3.75%
ELECTROCHEMISTRY 3 9 3.75%
EQUIVALENT CONCEPT & TITRATION 1 3 1.25%
EQUIVALENT CONCEPT & TITRATION 1 3 1.25%
GASEOUS STATE 6 18 7.50%
GASEOUS STATE 6 18 7.50%
GOC-II(ACID BASE,REACTION
INTERMEDIATE & TAUTOMERISM)
3 9 3.75%
GOC-II(ACID BASE,REACTION
INTERMEDIATE & TAUTOMERISM)
3 9 3.75%
GRIGNARD REAGENT 1 3 1.25%
GRIGNARD REAGENT 1 3 1.25%
INTRODUCTION TO REACTION MECHANISM 6 18 7.50%
INTRODUCTION TO REACTION MECHANISM 6 18 7.50%
IONIC EQUILIBRIUM 4 12 5.00%
IONIC EQUILIBRIUM 4 12 5.00%
IONIC EQUILIBRIUM-I 1 3 1.25%
IONIC EQUILIBRIUM-I 1 3 1.25%
METALLURGY 2 6 2.50%
METALLURGY 2 6 2.50%
MOL CONCEPT 6 18 7.50%
MOL CONCEPT 6 18 7.50%
P-BLOCK ELEMENTS 3 9 3.75%
P-BLOCK ELEMENTS 3 9 3.75%
PERIODIC TABLE PERIODICITY 1 3 1.25%
PERIODIC TABLE PERIODICITY 1 3 1.25%
REACTION MECHANISM 2 6 2.50%
REACTION MECHANISM 2 6 2.50%
S-BLOCK ELEMENTS 1 3 1.25%
S-BLOCK ELEMENTS 1 3 1.25%
SOLID STATE 2 6 2.50%
SOLID STATE 2 6 2.50%
SOLUTION COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES 2 6 2.50%
SOLUTION COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES 2 6 2.50%
STREOISOMERISM (GOCE-I) 1 3 1.25%
STREOISOMERISM (GOCE-I) 1 3 1.25%
SURFACE CHEMISTRY 1 3 1.25%
SURFACE CHEMISTRY 1 3 1.25%
THERMOCHEMISTRY 1 3 1.25%
THERMOCHEMISTRY 1 3 1.25%
THERMODYANICS-IIND LAW 2 6 2.50%
THERMODYANICS-IIND LAW 2 6 2.50%
THERMODYNAMICS 2 6 2.50%
THERMODYNAMICS 2 6 2.50%
Grand Total 80 240

100.00%

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NSEA 2017: Detailed Analysis by Resonance

On 26th November 2017, NSEA (National Standard Examination in Astronomy) – 2017 exam was conducted by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) at many centers all over the country. NSEA is the stepping stage for selection of aspiring and talented students in the astronomy Olympiad Program. The student can move forward to other stages only after clearing this stage.

Eligibility: Only Indian citizens with date of birth between 1 July 1998 and 30 June 2003, both days inclusive and studying in Class XII or lower as of November 30, 2017, can apply and appear for NSEA 2017. The student has to himself re-assure his eligibility. At any stage if the student is found to be not eligible for the exam, he/she may be disqualified from the program. The student must not be appearing in NSEJS 2017.

Syllabus: The syllabus for National Standard Examination in Astronomy (NSEA) is almost similar as the curriculum of senior secondary level (Class XI and Class XII) of CBSE. However, only basic guideline for the course is mentioned. No detailed syllabus is given for NSEA. There is greater emphasis on physics and mathematics (calculus not asked) and elementary astronomy.

Question Paper: The medium of test was English only and it comprised of 80 objective type questions, each with only one of the four options correct with 3 marks each and -1 negative marking for incorrect answer.

Qualifying for the Second Stage: The basic objective of conducting this test is not focusing on merit but to involve as many students from the country to participate in the exam and try to show and expose their talent. Hence the selection to the stage II examinations i.e. Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs) is based on the following scheme.

  • Cutoff: To be eligible to get to the next level, i.e. the second stage, it is necessary that a student scores at-least a Minimum Admissible Score (MAS) which is 40% of the maximum score.
  • Proportional Representation Clause: The maximum number of students that can get to Stage II (INO) in each subject is around 300. These many students are not selected only on the merit basis but also on proportionate basis. This proportion is decided on the base of the number of candidates who appeared for NSE in the previous year from that center in each State or Union Territory (UT). In case there is a tie at the last position, then all the students competing for the last position will be eligible to move to stage II. However it’s necessary that the selected students fulfill the eligibility clause laid out above. The total number to be selected from centers in each State for each subject will be displayed on the IAPT and HBCSE website.
  • Minimum Representation Clause: Notwithstanding the proportional representation clause the number of students selected for INO from each State and UT must be at least one, provided that the eligibility clause is satisfied.
  • Merit Clause: As stated above, approximately 300 students are to be selected for second stage. If this does not happen according to MAS, then after selection as per merit, the shortfall from 300 students will be selected based purely on merit without further consideration to proportional representation and minimum representation clauses. In the event of a tie at the last position in the list all students with the same marks at this position will qualify to appear for the Stage II examination.

There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to the Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs). All students who qualify to appear for the INAO get a certificate of merit from IAPT.

Overall Marks Distribution

The paper pattern was same as last year. The paper had 80 questions each worth 3 marks. All questions were objective type with single correct option each carrying 1 negative mark for incorrect attempt. The subject wise breakup is as follows:

SUBJECT Class 11 Class 12 Total
No of
Questions
Total
Marks
No of
Questions
Total
Marks
No of
Questions
Total
Marks
Astronomy 8 24 1 3 9 27
Mathematics 24 72 7 21 31 93
Physics 20 60 20 60 40 120
Grand Total 52 156 28 84 80 240

Overall Difficulty Level Analysis

In this analysis, we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

  • 1: Easy
  • 2: Moderate
  • 3: Difficult
Subject Difficulty Level
Astronomy 1.33
Mathematics 1.71
Physics 1.42
Overall Average 1.54

Difficulty Level Analysis: No of Questions

Subject Easy Level Medium Level Difficult Level
No of
Questions
Total
Marks
No of
Questions
Total
Marks
No of
Questions
Total
Marks
Astronomy 6 18 3 9    
Mathematics 13 39 14 42 4 4
Physics 22 66 15 54    
Grand Total 41 123 35 105 4 4

Subject Wise Analysis

ASTRONOMY Analysis

Unit & Topic Name No of Questions Total Marks % Weightage
Astronomy 9 27 100.00%
Gravitation 8 24 88.89%
Escape velocity 1 3 11.11%
Gravitational Field 3 9 33.33%
Kepler’s law 1 3 11.11%
Miscellaneous 3 9 33.33%
Miscellaneous 1 3 11.11%
Astronomy 1 3 11.11%
Grand Total 9 27 100.00%

Mathematics Analysis

Unit & Topic Name No of Questions Total Marks % Weightage
Mathematics 31 93 100.00%
Basics 1 3 3.23%
Number Theory 1 3 3.23%
Circle 3 9 9.68%
Miscellaneous 1 3 3.23%
Orthogonally 1 3 3.23%
Parametric 1 3 3.23%
Complex Numbers 1 3 3.23%
Geometry(SL line, Circle,triangle,conic) 1 3 3.23%
Conics 2 6 6.45%
Ellipse 1 3 3.23%
Parabola 1 3 3.23%
Definite Integrals 1 3 3.23%
Definite Integration standard properties 1 3 3.23%
Definite Integration 1 3 3.23%
Definite Integration standard properties 1 3 3.23%
Limits 2 6 6.45%
L-Hospital Rule 1 3 3.23%
Use of expansion 1 3 3.23%
Method of Differentiation 1 3 3.23%
General 1 3 3.23%
Permutation & Combination 5 15 16.13%
Arrangement of given no. of objects from distinct objects 2 6 6.45%
DE arrangement, exponent of prime, principle of inclusion and exclusion 1 3 3.23%
General Equation 1 3 3.23%
General Questions 1 3 3.23%
Probability 2 6 6.45%
Classical diff. (fundamental), Coin, dice, cards 1 3 3.23%
Others (P & C based) 1 3 3.23%
Quadratic Equation 2 6 6.45%
Nature of roots 1 3 3.23%
Theory of Equation 1 3 3.23%
Sequence & Series 1 3 3.23%
Misc. 1 3 3.23%
Solution of triangle 6 18 19.35%
Length of Altitude 1 3 3.23%
Misc. 1 3 3.23%
Radii-In radius, circumradii etc. 2 6 6.45%
Sine rule-cosine rule, Napier’s Analogy 2 6 6.45%
Straight Line 2 6 6.45%
Equation of line various form (except parametric) 1 3 3.23%
Point and line (Distance, Foot, Image) 1 3 3.23%
Trigonometry 1 3 3.23%
Trigonometric ratio & identities 1 3 3.23%
Grand Total 31 93 100.00%

Physics Analysis

Unit & Topic Name No of Questions Total Marks % Weightage
Physics 40 120 100.00%
Capacitance 2 6 5.00%
Energy stored in a capacitor 1 3 2.50%
Parallel Plate Capacitor 1 3 2.50%
Circular Motion 1 3 2.50%
Kinematics of circular motion 1 3 2.50%
Current Electricity 2 6 5.00%
Temperature dependence 1 3 2.50%
Use of KCL and KVL 1 3 2.50%
Electromagnetic Wave 1 3 2.50%
Electromagnetic Wave 1 3 2.50%
Electrostatics 2 6 5.00%
Electric field 1 3 2.50%
Potential 1 3 2.50%
Error in measurement 1 3 2.50%
Maximum Permissible error 1 3 2.50%
Fluid Mechanics 1 3 2.50%
Archimedes Principle 1 3 2.50%
Geometrical Optics 4 12 10.00%
Mirror 1 3 2.50%
Miscellaneous 1 3 2.50%
Optical instrument 1 3 2.50%
Plane mirror 1 3 2.50%
Heat Transfer 5 15 12.50%
Conduction 1 3 2.50%
Miscellaneous 1 3 2.50%
Radiation, Steffen’s law and wein’s law 2 6 5.00%
Rotation Steffens law 1 3 2.50%
Kinematics 3 9 7.50%
Projectile from a tower 1 3 2.50%
Rectilinear motion 1 3 2.50%
Trajectory 1 3 2.50%
KTG & Thermodynamics 2 6 5.00%
Adiabatic process 1 3 2.50%
Kinetic theory of gases 1 3 2.50%
Magnetic effect of current 1 3 2.50%
Force on a current carrying wires 1 3 2.50%
Modern Physics-2 2 6 5.00%
Mass defect & binding energy 1 3 2.50%
Miscellaneous 1 3 2.50%
Newton’s Law of motion 1 3 2.50%
Action reaction pair 1 3 2.50%
Optical Instruments 1 3 2.50%
Eye defects 1 3 2.50%
Projectile Motion 3 9 7.50%
Ground to Ground Motion 1 3 2.50%
Motion in a plane 1 3 2.50%
Projectile from moving objects 1 3 2.50%
Relative motion 1 3 2.50%
Relative motion in two dimension 1 3 2.50%
Rigid Body Dynamics 1 3 2.50%
Toppling 1 3 2.50%
Rigid Body Dynamics (Rotation) 1 3 2.50%
Torque 1 3 2.50%
Sound Wave 2 6 5.00%
Doppler effect 1 3 2.50%
Organ pipe & resonance 1 3 2.50%
Surface Tension 2 6 5.00%
Force due to surface tension 1 3 2.50%
Surface energy 1 3 2.50%
Unit & Dimension 1 3 2.50%
Finding Dimensions 1 3 2.50%
Grand Total 40 120 100.00%

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