Group A Pack Details

11th Standard

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11th Standard

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Group A

Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths

Group - A package helps your children to succeed in their Medical Entrance Exam like NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER, etc and also score high marks in the 11th standard final exam. In this package, the subjects that cover are Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics of the current academic year. From the Group - A package, the questions are covered from the book back and also the creative question..

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Medical Entrance Exam- Phase I -Physics Syllabus

Medical Entrance Exam - Phase I

Nature of Physical World and Measurement Science Introduction-Physics Introduction-Physics in Relation to Technology and Society-Measurement-Measurement of Basic Quantities-T

Nature of Physical World and Measurement
Science Introduction-Physics Introduction-Physics in Relation to Technology and Society-Measurement-Measurement of Basic Quantities-Theory of Errors-Significant Figures-Dimensional Analysis

Kinematics
Introduction-Concept of Rest and Motion-Elementary Concepts of Vector Algebra-Components of a Vector-Multiplication of Vector by a Scalar-Position Vector-Distance and Displacement-Differential Calculus-Integral Calculus-Motion along One Dimension-Projectile Motion

Laws of Motion
Introduction-Newton’s Laws-Application of Newton’s Laws-Lami’s Theorem-Law of Conservation of Total Linear Momentum-Friction-Dynamics of Circular Motion

Work, Energy and Power
Introduction-Work-Energy-Power-Collisions

Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Bodies
Introduction-Torque and Angular Momentum-Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies-Moment of Inertia-Rotational Dynamics-Rolling Motion

Gravitation

Properties of Bulk Matter

Thermodynamics

Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory

Oscillations and Waves

Medical Entrance Exam - Phase I Chemistry Syllabus

Medical Entrance Exam - Phase I

Basic Concepts of Chemistry and Chemical Calculations Chemistry-The Centre of Life-Classification of Matter-Atomic and Molecular Masses-Mole Concept-Gram Equivalent Concept-E

Basic Concepts of Chemistry and Chemical Calculations
Chemistry-The Centre of Life-Classification of Matter-Atomic and Molecular Masses-Mole Concept-Gram Equivalent Concept-Empirical Formula and Molecular Formula-Stoichiometry-Redox Reactions

Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom
Introduction to Atom Models-Wave Particle Duality of Matter-Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle-Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom – Schrodinger Equation-Quantum Numbers-Filling of Orbitals

Periodic Classification of Elements
Introduction-Classification of Elements-Moseley's Work and Modern Periodic Law-Nomenclature of Elements with Atomic Number Greater Than 100-Grouping of Elements Based on Electronic Configurations-Periodic Trends in Properties-Periodic Trends in Chemical Properties

Hydrogen
Introduction-Preparation of Hydrogen-Properties of Hydrogen-Uses of Hydrogen-Compounds of Hydrogen-Heavy Water-Hydrogen Peroxide-Hydrides-Hydrogen Bonding

Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals
s-block Elements-Alkali Metals-General Characteristics of the Compounds of Alkali Metals-Biological Importance of Sodium and Potassium-Alkaline Earth Metals-General Characteristics of the Compounds of the Alkaline Earth Metals-Biological Importance of Magnesium and Calcium

Gaseous State
Introduction-The Gas Laws-Ideal Gas Equation-Mixture of Gases-Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures-Deviation from Ideal Gas Behaviour-Pressure-Volume Isotherms of Carbon Dioxide-Liquefaction of Gases

Thermodynamics
Introduction-System and Surrounding-Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics-First Law of Thermodynamics-Enthalpy (H)-Thermochemical Equations-Measurement of ΔU and ΔH Using Calorimetry-Hess’s Law of Constant Heat Summation-Lattice Energy (ΔHlattice)-Second Law of Thermodynamics-Gibbs Free Energy (G)-Third Law of Thermodynamics

Equilibrium

Redox Reactions

Hydrogen

s-Block Element (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals)

Some p-Block Elements

Organic Chemistry- Some Basic Principles and Techniques

Hydrocarbons

Environmental Chemistry

Medical Entrance Exam Phase I - Biology Syllabus

Medical Entrance Exam - Phase I

UNIT I Bio - Zoology - The Living World Diversity in the Living World-Need for Classification-Taxonomy and Systematics-Three Domains of Life-Nomenclature-Concept of Spe

UNIT I
Bio - Zoology - The Living World

Diversity in the Living World-Need for Classification-Taxonomy and Systematics-Three Domains of Life-Nomenclature-Concept of Species-Tools for Study of Taxonomy

Bio - Zoology - Kingdom Animalia
Basis of Classification-Classification of Kingdom Animalia-Non Chordates (Invertebrata) upto Phyla Level-Chordata upto Class Level

UNIT II
Bio - Zoology - Tissue Level of Organisation
Animal Tissues-Epithelial Tissue-Connective Tissue-Muscle Tissue-Neural Tissue

Bio - Zoology- Organ and Organ Systems in Animals
Earthworm-Cockroach-Frog

UNIT III
Bio - Zoology-Digestion and Absorption

Digestive System-Digestion of Food and Role of Digestive Enzymes-Absorption and Assimilation of Proteins, Carbohydrates and Fats-Egestion-Caloric Value of Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats-Nutritional and Digestive Disorders

Bio - Zoology- Respiration
Respiratory Function-Respiratory Organs in Various Organisms-Mechanism of Breathing-Exchange of Gases-Transport of Gases-Regulation of Respiration-Problems in Oxygen Transport-Disorders of Respiratory System-Effects of Smoking

Bio- Zoology- Body Fluids and Circulation
Body Fluids-Blood Vessels – Arteries, Veins and Capillaries-Circulatory Path Ways-Human Circulatory System-Double Circulation-Regulation of Cardiac Activity-Disorders of the Circulatory System-Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Bio - Zoology- Excretion
Modes of Excretion-Human Excretory System-Mechanism of Urine Formation in Human-Regulation of Kidney Function-Micturition-Role of Other Organs in Excretion-Disorders Related to the Excretory System Haemodialysis

UNIT IV
Bio - Zoology- Locomotion and Movement

Types of Movement-Types of Muscles-Skeletal Muscle-Structure of Contractile Proteins-Mechanism of Muscle Contraction-Types of Skeletal Muscle Contraction-Skeletal System and Its Functions-The Axial Skeleton-The Appendicular Skeleton-Types of Joints-Disorders of Muscular and Skeletal System-Benefits of Regular Exercise

Bio - Zoology- Neural Control and Coordination
Neural System-Human Neural System-Neuron as a Structural and Functional Unit of Neural System-Central Neural System-Reflex Action and Reflex Arc-Sensory Reception and Processing

Bio - Zoology- Chemical Coordination and Integration
Endocrine Glands and Hormones-Human Endocrine System-Hypo and Hyper Activity of Endocrine Glands and Related Disorders-Mechanism of Hormone Action

UNIT V
 Bio - Zoology- Trends in Economic Zoology

Scope of Zoology-Vermiculture-Sericulture-Apiculture-Lac Culture-Aquaponics-Aquaculture-Animal Husbandry and Management

Unit I: Diversity of Living World
Bio - Botany - Living World

Attributes of Living Organisms-Viruses-Classification of Living world-Bacteria-Fungi

Bio - Botany - Plant Kingdom
Classification of Plants-Life Cycle patterns in Plants-Algae-Bryophytes-Pteridophytes-Gymnosperms-Angiosperms

UNIT II: Plant Morphology and Taxonomy of Angiosperm
Bio - Botany - Vegetative Morphology

Habit-Plant Habitat-Life Span-Parts of a Flowering Plant-Root System-Shoot System-Leaf

Bio - Botany - Reproductive Morphology
Inflorescence-Flower-Accessory Parts-Androecium-Gynoecium-Construction of Floral Diagram and Floral Formula-Fruits-Seed

Bio - Botany - Taxonomy and Systematic Botany
Taxonomy and Systematics-Taxonomic Hierarchy-Concept of species – Morphological, Biological and Phylogenetic-International Code of Botanical Nomenclature-Type Concept-Taxonomic Aids-Botanical Gardens-Herbarium – Preparation and Uses-Classification of Plants-Types of Classification-Modern Trends in Taxonomy-Cladistics-Selected Families of Angiosperms

UNIT III: Cell biology and Biomolecules
Bio - Botany - Cell: The Unit of Life

Discovery-Microscopy-Cell Theory-Cell Types-Plant Cell and Animal Cell-Cell Organelles-Nucleus-Flagella-Cytological Techniques

Bio - Botany - Cell Cycle
History of Cell Division-Cell Cycle-Cell Division-Difference between Mitosis and Meiosis-Mitogens

Bio - Botany - Biomolecules
Water-Primary and Secondary Metabolite-Carbohydrates – Classification and Structure-Lipids – Classification and Structure-Proteins and Amino Acids – Classification and Structure-Enzymes – Classification, Nomenclature, Structure and Concepts, Mechanism of Enzyme Action, Activation energy, factors affecting enzyme action-Nucleic Acids general Structure and composition – Forms of DNA and Types of RNA

Unit IV: Plant Anatomy (Structural Organisation)
Bio - Botany - Tissue and Tissue System
Meristematic Tissue-Permanent Tissues-The Tissue System-Epidermal Tissue System-Fundamental Tissue System-Vascular Tissue System-Comparision of Primary Structure
Bio - Botany - Secondary Growth
Secondary Growth in Dicot Stem-Secondary Growth in Dicot Root

Unit V: Plant Physiology (Functional Organisation)
Bio - Botany - Transport in Plants

Types of Transport-Cell to Cell Transport-Plant Water Relations-Absorption of Water-Ascent of Sap-Transpiration-Translocation of Organic Solutes-Mineral Absorption

Bio - Botany - Mineral Nutrition
Classification of Minerals-Functions, Mode of Absorption and Deficiency Symptoms of Macronutrients-Functions, Mode of Absorption and Deficiency Symptoms of Micronutrients-Deficiency Diseases and Symptoms-Critical Concentration and Toxicity of Minerals-Hydroponics and Aeroponics-Nitrogen Fixation-Nitrogen Cycle and Nitrogen Metabolism-Special Modes of Nutrition

Bio - Botany - Photosynthesis
Historical Events in Photosynthesis-Definition, Significance and Site of Photosynthesis-Photosynthetic Pigments-Spectrum of Electromagnetic Radiation-Photosynthetic Unit (Quantasome)-Absorption Spectrum and Action Spectrum-Emerson’s Experiments and Hill’s Reaction-Modern Concept Of Photosynthesis-Photo-Oxidation Phase of Light Reaction-Photochemical Phase of Light Reaction-Photophosphorylation-Chemiosmotic Theory-Dark Reaction or C3 Cycle or Biosynthetic Phase or Photosynthetic Carbon Reduction (PCR) Cycle-Hatch and Slack Pathway or C4 Cycle-Cam Cycle or Crassulacean Acid Metabolism-Photorespiration or C2 Cycle or Photosynthetic Carbon Oxidation (PCO) Cycle-Factors Affecting Photosynthesis-Photosynthesis in Bacteria

Bio - Botany - Respiration
Gaseous Exchange-Structure of ATP-Redox Reactions-Types of Respiration-Stages of Respiration-Respiratory Quotient-Anaerobic Respiration-Factors Affecting Respiration-Pentose Phosphate Pathway (Phospho Gluconate Pathway)

Bio - Botany - Plant Growth and Development
Characteristics of Growth-Plant Growth Regulators-Photoperiodism-Vernalization-Seed Germination and Dormancy Senescence

Mathematics Syllabus

Mathematics Syllabus

Sets, Relations and Functions Introduction-Sets-Cartesian Product-Constants and Variables, Intervals and Neighborhoods-Relations-Functions-Graphing Functions Using Transforma

Sets, Relations and Functions
Introduction-Sets-Cartesian Product-Constants and Variables, Intervals and Neighborhoods-Relations-Functions-Graphing Functions Using Transformations

Basic Algebra
Introduction-Real Number System-Absolute Value-Linear Inequalities-Quadratic Functions-Polynomial Functions-Rational Functions-Exponents and Radicals-Logarithm-Application of Algebra in Real Life

Trigonometry
Introduction-A Recall of Basic Results-Radian Measure-Trigonometric Functions and Their Properties-Trigonometric Identities-Trigonometric Equations-Properties of Triangle-Application to Triangle-Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Combinations and Mathematical Induction
Introduction-Fundamental Principles of Counting-Factorials-Permutations-Combinations-Mathematical Induction

Binomial Theorem, Sequences and Series
Introduction-Binomial Theorem-Particular Cases of Binomial Theorem-Finite Sequences-Finite Series-Infinite Sequences and Series

Two Dimensional Analytical Geometry
Introduction-Locus of a Point-Straight Lines-Angle between Two Straight Lines-Pair of Straight Lines

Biology Syllabus

Biology Syllabus

UNIT I Bio - Zoology - The Living World Diversity in the Living World-Need for Classification-Taxonomy and Systematics-Three Domains of Life-Nomenclature-Concept of Spe

UNIT I
Bio - Zoology - The Living World

Diversity in the Living World-Need for Classification-Taxonomy and Systematics-Three Domains of Life-Nomenclature-Concept of Species-Tools for Study of Taxonomy

Bio - Zoology - Kingdom Animalia
Basis of Classification-Classification of Kingdom Animalia-Non Chordates (Invertebrata) upto Phyla Level-Chordata upto Class Level

UNIT II
Bio - Zoology - Tissue Level of Organisation
Animal Tissues-Epithelial Tissue-Connective Tissue-Muscle Tissue-Neural Tissue

Bio - Zoology- Organ and Organ Systems in Animals
Earthworm-Cockroach-Frog

UNIT III
Bio - Zoology-Digestion and Absorption

Digestive System-Digestion of Food and Role of Digestive Enzymes-Absorption and Assimilation of Proteins, Carbohydrates and Fats-Egestion-Caloric Value of Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats-Nutritional and Digestive Disorders

Bio - Zoology- Respiration
Respiratory Function-Respiratory Organs in Various Organisms-Mechanism of Breathing-Exchange of Gases-Transport of Gases-Regulation of Respiration-Problems in Oxygen Transport-Disorders of Respiratory System-Effects of Smoking

Bio- Zoology- Body Fluids and Circulation
Body Fluids-Blood Vessels – Arteries, Veins and Capillaries-Circulatory Path Ways-Human Circulatory System-Double Circulation-Regulation of Cardiac Activity-Disorders of the Circulatory System-Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Bio - Zoology- Excretion
Modes of Excretion-Human Excretory System-Mechanism of Urine Formation in Human-Regulation of Kidney Function-Micturition-Role of Other Organs in Excretion-Disorders Related to the Excretory System Haemodialysis

UNIT IV
Bio - Zoology- Locomotion and Movement

Types of Movement-Types of Muscles-Skeletal Muscle-Structure of Contractile Proteins-Mechanism of Muscle Contraction-Types of Skeletal Muscle Contraction-Skeletal System and Its Functions-The Axial Skeleton-The Appendicular Skeleton-Types of Joints-Disorders of Muscular and Skeletal System-Benefits of Regular Exercise

Bio - Zoology- Neural Control and Coordination
Neural System-Human Neural System-Neuron as a Structural and Functional Unit of Neural System-Central Neural System-Reflex Action and Reflex Arc-Sensory Reception and Processing

Bio - Zoology- Chemical Coordination and Integration
Endocrine Glands and Hormones-Human Endocrine System-Hypo and Hyper Activity of Endocrine Glands and Related Disorders-Mechanism of Hormone Action

UNIT V
 Bio - Zoology- Trends in Economic Zoology

Scope of Zoology-Vermiculture-Sericulture-Apiculture-Lac Culture-Aquaponics-Aquaculture-Animal Husbandry and Management

Unit I: Diversity of Living World
Bio - Botany - Living World

Attributes of Living Organisms-Viruses-Classification of Living world-Bacteria-Fungi

Bio - Botany - Plant Kingdom
Classification of Plants-Life Cycle patterns in Plants-Algae-Bryophytes-Pteridophytes-Gymnosperms-Angiosperms

UNIT II: Plant Morphology and Taxonomy of Angiosperm
Bio - Botany - Vegetative Morphology

Habit-Plant Habitat-Life Span-Parts of a Flowering Plant-Root System-Shoot System-Leaf

Bio - Botany - Reproductive Morphology
Inflorescence-Flower-Accessory Parts-Androecium-Gynoecium-Construction of Floral Diagram and Floral Formula-Fruits-Seed

Bio - Botany - Taxonomy and Systematic Botany
Taxonomy and Systematics-Taxonomic Hierarchy-Concept of species – Morphological, Biological and Phylogenetic-International Code of Botanical Nomenclature-Type Concept-Taxonomic Aids-Botanical Gardens-Herbarium – Preparation and Uses-Classification of Plants-Types of Classification-Modern Trends in Taxonomy-Cladistics-Selected Families of Angiosperms

UNIT III: Cell biology and Biomolecules
Bio - Botany - Cell: The Unit of Life

Discovery-Microscopy-Cell Theory-Cell Types-Plant Cell and Animal Cell-Cell Organelles-Nucleus-Flagella-Cytological Techniques

Bio - Botany - Cell Cycle
History of Cell Division-Cell Cycle-Cell Division-Difference between Mitosis and Meiosis-Mitogens

Bio - Botany - Biomolecules
Water-Primary and Secondary Metabolite-Carbohydrates – Classification and Structure-Lipids – Classification and Structure-Proteins and Amino Acids – Classification and Structure-Enzymes – Classification, Nomenclature, Structure and Concepts, Mechanism of Enzyme Action, Activation energy, factors affecting enzyme action-Nucleic Acids general Structure and composition – Forms of DNA and Types of RNA

Unit IV: Plant Anatomy (Structural Organisation)
Bio - Botany - Tissue and Tissue System
Meristematic Tissue-Permanent Tissues-The Tissue System-Epidermal Tissue System-Fundamental Tissue System-Vascular Tissue System-Comparision of Primary Structure
Bio - Botany - Secondary Growth
Secondary Growth in Dicot Stem-Secondary Growth in Dicot Root

Unit V: Plant Physiology (Functional Organisation)
Bio - Botany - Transport in Plants

Types of Transport-Cell to Cell Transport-Plant Water Relations-Absorption of Water-Ascent of Sap-Transpiration-Translocation of Organic Solutes-Mineral Absorption

Bio - Botany - Mineral Nutrition
Classification of Minerals-Functions, Mode of Absorption and Deficiency Symptoms of Macronutrients-Functions, Mode of Absorption and Deficiency Symptoms of Micronutrients-Deficiency Diseases and Symptoms-Critical Concentration and Toxicity of Minerals-Hydroponics and Aeroponics-Nitrogen Fixation-Nitrogen Cycle and Nitrogen Metabolism-Special Modes of Nutrition

Bio - Botany - Photosynthesis
Historical Events in Photosynthesis-Definition, Significance and Site of Photosynthesis-Photosynthetic Pigments-Spectrum of Electromagnetic Radiation-Photosynthetic Unit (Quantasome)-Absorption Spectrum and Action Spectrum-Emerson’s Experiments and Hill’s Reaction-Modern Concept Of Photosynthesis-Photo-Oxidation Phase of Light Reaction-Photochemical Phase of Light Reaction-Photophosphorylation-Chemiosmotic Theory-Dark Reaction or C3 Cycle or Biosynthetic Phase or Photosynthetic Carbon Reduction (PCR) Cycle-Hatch and Slack Pathway or C4 Cycle-Cam Cycle or Crassulacean Acid Metabolism-Photorespiration or C2 Cycle or Photosynthetic Carbon Oxidation (PCO) Cycle-Factors Affecting Photosynthesis-Photosynthesis in Bacteria

Bio - Botany - Respiration
Gaseous Exchange-Structure of ATP-Redox Reactions-Types of Respiration-Stages of Respiration-Respiratory Quotient-Anaerobic Respiration-Factors Affecting Respiration-Pentose Phosphate Pathway (Phospho Gluconate Pathway)

Bio - Botany - Plant Growth and Development
Characteristics of Growth-Plant Growth Regulators-Photoperiodism-Vernalization-Seed Germination and Dormancy Senescence

Physics Syllabus

Physics Syllabus

Nature of Physical World and Measurement Science Introduction-Physics Introduction-Physics in Relation to Technology and Society-Measurement-Measurement of Basic Quantities-T

Nature of Physical World and Measurement
Science Introduction-Physics Introduction-Physics in Relation to Technology and Society-Measurement-Measurement of Basic Quantities-Theory of Errors-Significant Figures-Dimensional Analysis

Kinematics
Introduction-Concept of Rest and Motion-Elementary Concepts of Vector Algebra-Components of a Vector-Multiplication of Vector by a Scalar-Position Vector-Distance and Displacement-Differential Calculus-Integral Calculus-Motion along One Dimension-Projectile Motion

Laws of Motion
Introduction-Newton’s Laws-Application of Newton’s Laws-Lami’s Theorem-Law of Conservation of Total Linear Momentum-Friction-Dynamics of Circular Motion

Work, Energy and Power
Introduction-Work-Energy-Power-Collisions

Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Bodies
Introduction-Torque and Angular Momentum-Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies-Moment of Inertia-Rotational Dynamics-Rolling Motion

Chemistry Syllabus

Chemistry Syllabus

Basic Concepts of Chemistry and Chemical Calculations Chemistry-The Centre of Life-Classification of Matter-Atomic and Molecular Masses-Mole Concept-Gram Equivalent Concept-E

Basic Concepts of Chemistry and Chemical Calculations
Chemistry-The Centre of Life-Classification of Matter-Atomic and Molecular Masses-Mole Concept-Gram Equivalent Concept-Empirical Formula and Molecular Formula-Stoichiometry-Redox Reactions

Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom
Introduction to Atom Models-Wave Particle Duality of Matter-Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle-Quantum Mechanical Model of Atom – Schrodinger Equation-Quantum Numbers-Filling of Orbitals

Periodic Classification of Elements
Introduction-Classification of Elements-Moseley's Work and Modern Periodic Law-Nomenclature of Elements with Atomic Number Greater Than 100-Grouping of Elements Based on Electronic Configurations-Periodic Trends in Properties-Periodic Trends in Chemical Properties

Hydrogen
Introduction-Preparation of Hydrogen-Properties of Hydrogen-Uses of Hydrogen-Compounds of Hydrogen-Heavy Water-Hydrogen Peroxide-Hydrides-Hydrogen Bonding

Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals
s-block Elements-Alkali Metals-General Characteristics of the Compounds of Alkali Metals-Biological Importance of Sodium and Potassium-Alkaline Earth Metals-General Characteristics of the Compounds of the Alkaline Earth Metals-Biological Importance of Magnesium and Calcium

Gaseous State
Introduction-The Gas Laws-Ideal Gas Equation-Mixture of Gases-Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures-Deviation from Ideal Gas Behaviour-Pressure-Volume Isotherms of Carbon Dioxide-Liquefaction of Gases

Thermodynamics
Introduction-System and Surrounding-Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics-First Law of Thermodynamics-Enthalpy (H)-Thermochemical Equations-Measurement of ΔU and ΔH Using Calorimetry-Hess’s Law of Constant Heat Summation-Lattice Energy (ΔHlattice)-Second Law of Thermodynamics-Gibbs Free Energy (G)-Third Law of Thermodynamics

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