Maharashtra Board CONCISE PHYSICS-II (Text)
With this Physics-II theory compilation, I am feeling very much pleased while handing over it to you.
After the revision of syllabus and paper format by the Maharashtra Board, it became very difficult for the students to revise the whole syllabus in precise manner. Many of the students, in touch with me, shared their experiences about the difficulties they had faced in Physics- II.
With all my experience with the students, I found that, there is a need of concise notes which would cover not only the whole syllabus but also in line with the model answers of the Board. It should surely understand the concept but in addition to that it should be written in lucid language and according to marks distribution.
I tried my best to compile the notes. I studied previous Model answers of the Board and found the marking of each question along with chapter-wise recurrence. As every year I teach hundreds of students, I got to know the student’s psychology towards understanding the concepts and same I applied while writing the many of the hard concepts.
Physics can be won by working on both the fronts i.e. theory as well as numerical. Many of the students I found that, they get depressed that they could not understand the theory. The textbook is also scaring them. Theory forms the basis for the numerical. Once you get master over the concepts and formulae, the numerical will be child’s play.
This compilation will be more beneficial to you if you are learning or learned with me in the classroom, still newbie’s can also slightly work on and can get mastered. I suggest you, before writing the final paper, at least learn the notes thrice to make yourself ready for any kind of difficulty.
I hope, this compilation along with numerical will ensure you the maximum marks.
- Lectures 11
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 20
- Assessments Yes
Wave Theory of Light
Interference & Diffraction
Magnetic Effect of Electric Current
Electrons & Photons
Atoms, Molecules & Nuclei
Thankful for doing such a hardwork for students