The syllabus for ICSE Class 10 is believed to be the most challenging among other Board syllabi. Due to the COVID situation prevalent since 2019, ICSE has made several changes in their syllabus and paper pattern. So, it is important to be updated with all such changes for both teachers and students.
Physics helps you understand how the world around us works in real. From earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, quarks, lungs and brains to can openers, black holes, light bulbs. It makes you curious to know more about the hidden knowledge in the world and widers your overall perspective.
In this page, we have provided direct and free access to the Revised Class 10 Physics Syllabus PDF for the Semester-based session 2022-23.
Revised Syllabus for 2022-23 Academic Session
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In the table given below, we have provided the Revised Syllabus for the 2022-23 session.
PHYSICS 2022-23 REVISED SYLLABUS
|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.
||(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.
||(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).
||(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;
background radiation and safety precautions.