Compulsory Science

"Compulsory Science class 10 videos According to Curriculum Development Centre,Nepal Designed for SEE Students."

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Created by Rajendra Maharjan Last updated Wed, 08-Jul-2020 English
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133 Lessons 15:27:14 Hours
Science Overview
1 Lessons 00:02:00 Hours
  • Science Overview 00:02:00
  • Table of content 00:05:09
  • Introduction to Force 00:05:10
  • Revisiting Newton's first Laws of motion 00:03:22
  • Revisiting Newton's second Laws of motion 00:07:37
  • Revisiting Newton's third Laws of motion 00:04:29
  • Univesal Law of Gravitation 00:06:00
  • Gravitional constant, 'G' 00:04:49
  • Gravitational force between very less massive objects 00:04:34
  • Change in Gravitational Force with change in mass of bodies 00:05:35
  • Change in Gravitational Force with change in mass of bodies 1 00:06:13
  • Change in Gravitational Force with change in mass of bodies 2 00:08:02
  • Coin and feather experiment 00:08:18
  • Variation in the value of 'g' due to shape of Earth 00:04:15
  • Variation in 'g' with height above the surface of the Earth 00:11:15
  • Variation of 'g' with depth from the Earth's surface 00:15:35
  • Concept of mass, weight, freefall and weightlessness 00:14:55
  • Liquid pressure 00:09:11
  • Pascal's Law 00:06:44
  • Application's of Pascal's Law 00:06:14
  • Upthrust 00:06:19
  • Density, Relative density and Relation between Density and Upthrust 00:15:51
  • Archimedes' Principle 00:09:44
  • Law of Floatation 00:15:01
  • Atmospheric pressure 00:08:50
  • Measuring instrument of pressure 00:11:37
  • Some instrument of measuring pressure 00:02:28
  • Working of air pump 00:03:23
  • Working of water pump 00:06:04
  • Introduction to energy 00:10:30
  • Classification of sources of energy 00:03:57
  • Classification of sources of energy on the basis of replacibility 00:04:25
  • Sources of energy Solar energy 00:06:08
  • Limitation and Uses of Solar Energy 00:09:13
  • Sun as an Ultimate source of energy 00:04:21
  • Source of Solar Energy 00:09:17
  • Evidence of nuclear fusion in the Sun 00:04:39
  • Sources of energy Fossil fuels 00:12:19
  • Sources of energy Hydroelectricity 00:05:09
  • Alternative Sources of energy Bio fuel 00:06:17
  • Alternative Sources of energyNuclear enegy 00:06:32
  • Advantages of Nuclear energy 00:04:48
  • Alternative Sources of energyTidal energy, Wind energy, Geo thermal energy 00:05:13
  • Present status of energy in the world 00:05:06
  • Energy Conservation 00:06:06
  • Introduction to Heat 00:08:00
  • Units of heat energy 00:07:04
  • Introduction to Temperature 00:04:48
  • Relationship between different units of temperature 00:05:41
  • Problems related to conversion of units of temperature 00:04:44
  • Different Types of Temperatures 00:08:23
  • Thermometric Liquids 00:02:49
  • Relationship Between Heat and Temperature 00:04:54
  • Specific Heat Capacity 00:05:07
  • Heat equation and Principle of caloriemetry 00:08:36
  • Introduction to light 00:03:45
  • Lens 00:05:40
  • Differences between Concave and Convex lens 00:03:17
  • Some terms related to lens 00:10:42
  • How lenses work ? 00:07:32
  • Rules of Refraction in lens 00:04:41
  • Ray diagrams in convex lens(Objects at infinity) 00:10:27
  • Image when object is beyond 2F 00:04:21
  • Image when object is at 2F 00:03:13
  • Image when object is between F and 2f 00:04:59
  • Image when object is at F 00:04:10
  • Image when object is between F and O 00:05:38
  • Ray diagram in concave lens 00:04:27
  • Image when object is at a measurable distance 00:04:25
  • Image when object is at infinity 00:02:19
  • Concept of Real and Virtual image 00:05:21
  • Magnification 00:05:39
  • Relation between u, v and f 00:09:33
  • Power of lens 00:06:18
  • Uses of lens 00:03:20
  • Optical instruments 00:03:29
  • Basic anatomy of an human eye 00:08:14
  • Range of human eye and power of accomodation 00:05:57
  • Defects of vision 00:14:06
  • Introduction to electricity 00:06:21
  • DC and AC 00:12:51
  • Effects of electric current Heating effect 00:05:33
  • Merits and demerits of Mendeleev's periodic table 00:10:28
  • Mendeleev's Periodic table 00:08:51
  • Characteristics of Mendeleev's Periodic Table 00:02:59
  • Physical and Chemical change 00:07:20
  • Chemical Reaction 00:05:43
  • Types of chemical reaction Combination reaction and Decomposition reaction 00:06:36
  • Acids 00:05:30
  • Classification of Acids 00:10:41
  • Characteristics of Acids 00:09:34
  • Carbon Dioxide and its Occurrence 00:05:08
  • General methods of preparation of carbon dioxide gas 00:03:20
  • Laboratoryprepration of Carbon Dioxide gas 00:07:37
  • Introduction to metals 00:04:30
  • Minerals, Ores and Metallurgy 00:03:49
  • Introduction to Iron 00:03:19
  • Introduction to Hydrocarbons 00:05:21
  • Saturated Hydroarbons 00:12:20
  • Unsaturated Hydrocarbons 00:14:33
  • Introduction 00:04:02
  • Cement and its uses 00:06:21
  • Glass and its characteristics 00:05:39
  • Introduction to Silkworm 00:06:03
  • Lifecycle of silkworm 00:12:41
  • Economic importance of silkworm 00:03:05
  • Stimulus and response 00:03:43
  • Nervous system and neurons 00:09:57
  • Central Nervous System Brain 00:18:15
  • Blood and its components Plasma 00:10:16
  • Blood corpuscles 00:15:36
  • Functions of blood 00:05:57
  • Chromosomes, genes and DNA 00:05:53
  • Types of Chromosomes 00:04:19
  • Some important features of chromosomes 00:09:28
  • Asexual Reproduction 00:04:20
  • Types of a sexual reproduction Fission and Budding 00:07:06
  • Fragmentation and Regeneration and Sporulation 00:05:49
  • Heredity 00:05:00
  • Why peasput ? 00:05:42
  • Some terms used in Genetics 00:13:14
  • Environmental pollution and its management 00:03:45
  • Air pollution and types of pollutants 00:04:48
  • Sources and effects of Air Pollutions 00:09:24
  • Hypotheses on the origin of Earth 00:14:00
  • Geological timescale of the Earth 00:07:25
  • Important events in different timescales Phanerozoic eon 00:08:09
  • Layers of Atmosphere 00:08:38
  • Ozone layer 00:03:57
  • Ozone layer depletion 00:04:57
  • Galaxy and its types 00:09:20
  • Milkyway Galaxy 00:03:30
  • Constellations Ursa major and Orion 00:10:08
Requirements
  • Students are required to have sound knowledge of Class 9 Science, based on CDC curriculum.
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The videos contained herein are strictly based on the Nepal CDC curriculum, promoting "e-Learning for Nepal", and are made with intention to provide guidance to the "SEE appearing students". The course tries to cover up all the theories,
necessary formula, basic chemical reactions, biological knowledge and geological & astronimical content of
Compulsory Science for class 10, along with solution of frequently asked numerical questions in SEE. We strongly
believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos. Feedbacks and suggestion to improve are always welcome and highly appreciated
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