ICSE Class 7 Physics Syllabus

The syllabus is a learning material that is composed strategically, in order to make the students aware of the topics and sub-topics that are to be completed throughout an academic session. Students can understand the details of the course using a syllabus. The syllabus gives a complete overview of the course description and objectives, grading and evaluation process, the required number of assignments and other practical works. The ICSE Class 7 Physics Syllabus, provided here, gives a sharp insight to students regarding the topics in physics that the students have to learn.

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Physics Syllabus for Class 7 ICSE Board:

Physical Quantities and Measurement

  • Measurement of Volume
  • Measurement of Area
  • Measurement of Density
  • Calculation of Speed

Force and Pressure: Motion

  • Motion as a change in position of an object with respect to time.
  • Types of motion
  • Uniform and Non-Uniform Motion
  • Weight


  • Energy
  • Energy as the capacity to do work.
  • Units of energy
  • Different forms of energy
  • Inter-conversion of energy
  • Law of Conservation of Energy

Light Energy

  • Reflection
  • Laws of Reflection
  • Plane mirror
  • Speed of light
  • Primary colours
  • Formation of secondary colours by colour addition.
  • Appearance of colour of an object
  • Colour subtraction.


  • Heat as a form of energy and its units
  • Different units of Temperature
  • Effects of Heat
  • Methods of Heat Transfer
  • Thermos Flask


  • Sources of sound
  • Sound as a longitudinal wave
  • Characteristics of a sound wave
  • Reflection and Absorption of sound
  • Relative speed of sound in different mediums

Electricity and Magnetism

  • Law of Magnetism
  • est for a magnet
  • Electromagnetism
  • Electromagnets and their applications
  • Electric cell as source of electricity
  • Resistors as components that oppose the flow of current.

Practise This Question

When we bring a magnetic needle near a current carrying conductor, it gets deflected. This deflection is an example of: