# ICSE Class 10 Physics Syllabus 2024 ## Latest ICSE 2023-24 Syllabus Physics Class 10

CISCE has made no changes in their ICSE Class 10 syllabus for the 2023-24 academic session. Unlike other boards, CISCE uploads a bulk of syllabus and specimen papers for the coming years. But so far there have been no changes in both.

So, let’s start building a foundation for ICSE 2024 board exams with chapter-wise syllabus. Below, you can download the ICSE Class 10 Physics Syllabus PDF for the session 2023-24.

2023-24 Latest Syllabus ICSE Class 10 Physics

2022-23 Reduced Syllabus ICSE Class 10 Physics

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ICSE PHYSICS 2023-24 SYLLABUS FOR CLASS 10

UNIT Sub Unit Marks
1. Force, Work, Power and Energy (i) Turning forces concept; moment of a force; forces in equilibrium; centre of gravity.
(ii) Work, energy, power and their relation with force.
(iii) Different types of energy.
(iv) Machines as force multipliers.
(v) Principle of Conservation of energy.
2. Light (i) Refraction of light through a glass block and a triangular prism.
(ii) Total internal reflection.
(iii) Lenses (converging and diverging) including characteristics of the images formed (using ray diagrams only).
(iv) Using a triangular prism to produce a visible spectrum from white light; Electromagnetic spectrum.
3. Sound (i) Reflection of Sound Waves; echoes: their use; simple numerical problems on echoes.
(ii) Natural vibrations, Damped vibrations,
Forced vibrations and Resonance - a special case of forced vibrations.
(iii) Loudness, pitch and quality of sound.
4. Electricity and Magnetism (i) Ohm’s Law; concepts of emf, potential
difference, resistance; resistances in series and parallel, internal resistance.
(ii) Electrical power and energy.
(iii) Household circuits
(iv) Magnetic effect of a current (principles only,statement of laws not required); electromagnetic induction (elementary).
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5. Heat (i) Calorimetry: meaning, specific heat capacity; principle of method of mixtures; Numerical Problems on specific heat capacity using heat loss and gain and the method of mixtures.
(ii) Latent heat; loss and gain of heat involving change of state for fusion only.
6. Modern Physics Radioactivity and changes in the nucleus;