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FORMAT FOR INSTRUCTION PLAN (for Courses with Lectures with or without Labs) Term:--First Course No:--PHY-101 Textbook: 1. 1975.com Journal of applied mechanics .uk www. Tata McGraw Hill. 8 9 10 11. Ltd. Knight D.ac.be Tutor4physics.Lovely Professional University..
Other specific books:
2.. Course Title:-.elesvier. A M. as illustrated in the format. Fundamental of Physics.com Salient Features Basic concepts of Curl. Ruderman A. Concept of Modern Physics. Tata McGraw Hill.Mechanics L --3 T--1 P--0 Cr--3. 5 6 7 S.. of text book .. A. Berkeley Physics Course I.No. other readings and websites should be in continuity and can go to any number.No. 7th . Beiser A.naun. and divergence of vector quantities Animations related to various physical phenomena Fundamentals of mechanics are discussed Detailed information on relativity
Relevant websites:
www. Wiley India Pvt. 3. Dr.org International journal of mechanics .5
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Term paper to be allotted by lecture no. 4. Put homework number from Homework Table (below) against the lecture in which planned to be assigned (by co-ordinator). LCD projector etc. The term paper should be evaluated before the last day of classes and the marks communicated to the students All The detailed homework problems to be submitted attached as annexure Scheme for CA: (out of 100) Component Homework based tests/quizzes Term paper Lab performance (only if there is a lab component Any other: specify Total List of suggested topics for term paper [at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified homework) S.No. Topics of the homework 1 2 3 4 Numerical problems based on vectors .work. Newton’s laws Numerical problems based on laws Nature of Homework (Group/individual/fieldwork) Group Group Group Group Actual DoA
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of friction . OHP. 1 Topic Computer aided design 100 Frequency 4 Once Nil Marks for each 7+18=25 25 Nill Total Marks 75 (Best3 out of 4) 25 Nill
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Numerical problems based on translation and rotational motion. The first homework should be nd planned for the 2 week of classes and the last should be assigned at least two weeks before the last day of classes.

(case analysis.relative velocity Numerical problems based on newton’s laws . 2. energy Numerical problems based on work potential energy
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Nanotechnology Liquid crystal display
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Antenna Aerodynamics Buckling (mechanical failure like corrosion fatigue) Axel Locomotives Plasma METLAB Smart materials LASER ISRO DRDO labs Satellite launch vehicle
Plan for Tutorials : (Plan for 7 x T before MTE . business game) Date held for group A. role play. No. test. friction Numerical problems based on two and three dimensional motion Numerical problems based on work . test. business game etc) Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Pedagogical tool actually used – mention the title. 4 5
Numerical problems based on vectors . curl . role play.

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Numerical problems based on moment of inertia Numerical problems based on torque Numerical problems based on work and rotational kinetic energy Numerical problems based on angular momentum .6.
Numerical problems based on spring force .E. 5. angular velocity
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2. 4.. The reports will then be filed in the Master Course File and retained in the office of the HoD-F. Course reports are to be regularly updated throughout the term. Format for Course Report Term: ___________ Course Code: _______________ Course Title: ____________________________
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1. who will use it for the end-term review of course syllabus. It is to be monitored by HOD-S one week before the MTE and at the end of the course.

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Topic and lecture number where introduced
Gene ral Com ment s of the Instr uctor abou t the suita bility of IP
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Syllabus Coverage Report Syllabus coverage by one week before MTE
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