JAM ACHIEVER COURSE - Physics (2019)

Joint Admission Test for M.Sc.(IIT JAM)

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The Curriculum Section of  this Course covers the following Content :

  • 15 Units of Theory
  • 15 Topic wise Unit Solved Papers (USPs)
  • 5 Volume Solved Papers (VSPs)
  • 12 Full Length Model Solved Papers (MSPs)
  • 4 Previous Year Solved Papers (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) (PSPs)


  • Subject: Physics
    • Section : Units
      • Unit 1: Calculus

        Lecture 1: Calculus of Single and Multiple Variables

        Lecture 2: Multiple Integral

        Lecture 3: Partial Derivative

        Lecture 4: Jacobian

        Lecture 5: Imperfect and Perfect Differentials

        Lecture 6: Vectors

        Lecture 7: Fourier Series

        Lecture 8: Taylor Theorem

      • Unit 2: Differential Equations, Complex Analysis and Matrices

        Lecture 1: Divergence

        Lecture 2: Stokes Theorem

        Lecture 3: Green Theorem

        Lecture 4: Linear Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients

        Lecture 5: Matrix

        Lecture 6: Determinants

        Lecture 7: Algebra of Complex Number

      • Unit 3: Laws of Motion, Forces, Gravitation

        Lecture 1: Introduction

        Lecture 2: Newton Laws of Motion

        Lecture 3: Frame of Reference

        Lecture 4: Uniform Circular Motion

        Lecture 5: Motion of Bodies in Contact

        Lecture 6: Friction and Frictional Force

        Lecture 7: Computation of Velocity and Acceleration

        Lecture 8: Spherical Polar Coordinates

        Lecture 9: Circular Cylindrical or Cylindrical Polar Coordinates

        Lecture 10: Fictitious or Pseudo Force

        Lecture 11: Centrifugal Force

        Lecture 12: Uniformly Rotating Frames

        Lecture 13: Free Fall of A Body on Earth Surface

        Lecture 14: Foucault Pendulum The Period of Precession

        Lecture 15: Motion in A Central Force Field

        Lecture 16: General Features of The Motion

        Lecture 17: Motion in Arbitrary Potential Field

        Lecture 18: Motion in An Inverse - Square law Force Field

        Lecture 19: The Kepler Problem : Inverse Square Law

        Lecture 20: Escape Velocity

        Lecture 21: Conservative and Non - Conservative Forces

      • Unit 4: System of Particles and Rotational Motion, Kinematics

        Lecture 1: Centre of Mass

        Lecture 2: Centre of Mass of System of Particle

        Lecture 3: Motion of Centre of Mass

        Lecture 4: Conservation of Linear Momentum

        Lecture 5: Centre of Mass - Frame of Reference

        Lecture 6: Conservation of Angular Momentum

        Lecture 7: Law of Conservation of Linear Momentum

        Lecture 8: Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum

        Lecture 9: Conservation of Energy

        Lecture 10: Conservative Force and Potential Energy

        Lecture 11: Motion of A System with Variable Mass

        Lecture 12: Collisions

        Lecture 13: Types of Collision

        Lecture 14: Rigid Body

        Lecture 15: Some Physical Quantity in Rotational Motion

        Lecture 16: Analog Between Translatory Motion and Rotatory Motion

        Lecture 17: Moment of Inertia of Some Uniform Bodies

        Lecture 18: Angular Momentum and Inertia Tensor

        Lecture 19: Principal Axis - Principal Moments of Inertia

        Lecture 20: Fluid and Ideal Fluid

        Lecture 21: Non - Viscous Fluid and Incompressible Fluid

        Lecture 22: Streamline and Its Properties

        Lecture 23: Stream Line Tube

        Lecture 24: Streamline Flow and Turbulent Flow

        Lecture 25: Viscous Force, Viscosity and Coefficient of Viscosity

        Lecture 26: Velocity of Efflux and Torricellie Theorem

        Lecture 27: Stoke Theorem

        Lecture 28: Pascal Law

        Lecture 29: Floatation

        Lecture 30: Archimede Principle

        Lecture 31: Equation of Continuity

        Lecture 32: Euler Equation

        Lecture 33: Bernoulli Theorem

      • Unit 5: Oscillations and Waves

        Lecture 1: Simple Harmonic Oscillator

        Lecture 2: Superposition of One, Two or More Simple Harmonic Oscillators

        Lecture 3: Lissajous Figures

        Lecture 4: Free, Damped, Forced and Maintained Oscillations

        Lecture 5: Resonance

        Lecture 6: Waves

        Lecture 7: Other Factors - Group Velocity and Phase Velocity

        Lecture 8: Sound and Sound Waves

        Lecture 9: Doppler Effect

      • Unit 6: Optics

        Lecture 1: Fermet Principal

        Lecture 2: Mirror and Types or Mirror

        Lecture 3: Lens

        Lecture 4: Principle of Superposition of Light Waves

        Lecture 5: Interference of Light

        Lecture 6: Young Doubles Slit Experiment

        Lecture 7: Fresnel Bi - Prism Experiment

        Lecture 8: Diffraction

        Lecture 9: Rayleigh Criterion and Resolving Power

        Lecture 10: Diffraction Grating

        Lecture 11: Polarization of Light

        Lecture 12: Polarisation by Reflection

        Lecture 13: Double Refraction

        Lecture 14: Polaroids

        Lecture 15: Optical Rotation

      • Unit 7: Electricity

        Lecture 1: Electricity

        Lecture 2: Coulomb Law

        Lecture 3: Electric Field

        Lecture 4: Gauss Law

        Lecture 5: Electric Potential

        Lecture 6: Boundary Conditions

        Lecture 7: Laplace Equation

        Lecture 8: Conductors

        Lecture 9: Capacitor and Capacitance

        Lecture 10: Dielectrics

        Lecture 11: Polarization

      • Unit 8: Magnetism

        Lecture 1: Biot - Savart Law

        Lecture 2: Ampere Law

        Lecture 3: Electro Magnetic Induction

        Lecture 4: Faraday Law of Electromagnetic Induction

        Lecture 5: Self Inductance

        Lecture 6: Mutual Inductance

        Lecture 7: Transformer

        Lecture 8: Electric Current

        Lecture 9: Alternating Current

        Lecture 10: Maxwell Postulate : Displacement Current

      • Unit 9: Electromagnetism and Kinetic Theory of Gases

        Lecture 1: Electromagnetic Energy, Poynting Theorem

        Lecture 2: Reflection and Refraction of E.M. Wave

        Lecture 3: Reflection Coefficient and Transmission Coefficient

        Lecture 4: Motion of Charge Particles in E.M. Field

        Lecture 5: Kinetic Theory of Gases

        Lecture 6: Maxwell Velocity or Speed Distribution Law : Deduction

        Lecture 7: Specific Heat and Vandar Waal Gas

      • Unit 10: Thermodynamics

        Lecture 1: Laws of Thermodynamics Zeroth Law, First Law and Its Consequence

        Lecture 2: Isothermal and Adiabatic Processes, Reversible, Irreversible Processes, Carnotcycle

        Lecture 3: Maxwell Thermodynamic Relations Thermodynamic Potentials and Their Applications

        Lecture 4: Phase Transitions and Clausius - Clapyron Equation

      • Unit 11: Special Theory of Relativity and Nuclear Physics

        Lecture 1: Special Theory of Relativity

        Lecture 2: Structure of Atomic Nucleus, Binding Energy

        Lecture 3: Radioactivity and Its Applications

      • Unit 12: Modern Physics and Quantum Physics

        Lecture 1: Black Body Radiation

        Lecture 2: Photo Electric Effect

        Lecture 3: Compton Effect

        Lecture 4: Bohr Atomic Model, X - Rays and Wave - Particle Duality

        Lecture 5: Schrodinger Equation Reflection and Transmission at A Step Potential

        Lecture 6: Pauli Exclusion Principle

      • Unit 13: Solid State Physics

        Lecture 1: Crystal Structure, Bravais Lattices and Basis Miller Indices

        Lecture 2: X - Ray Diffraction, Einstein and Debye Theory of Specific Heat

        Lecture 3: Origin of Energy Bands, Concept of Holes and Effective Mass

      • Unit 14: Electronics and Electrical Devices

        Lecture 1: P - N Junctions, Transistor Circuits in CB, CE, CC Modes

        Lecture 2: Operational Amplifiers

      • Unit 15: Boolean Algebra

        Lecture 1: Binary Addition and Subtraction

        Lecture 2: Conversion From One to Another System

        Lecture 3: Boolean Identities

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