ICSE Class 10 Physics Syllabus

 

Indian Certificate of Secondary Education abbreviated as ICSE is a national examination for 10th standard students conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE). ICSE exam is a prestigious examination which is known for its comprehensive and well-structured syllabus. The ICSE class 10 physics syllabus is provided here to help students prepare for their exam more effectively.

Class 10 physics paper is one of the most important examinations in ICSE. Students who are going to sit for ICSE exam must be completely familiar with the ICSE class 10 physics syllabus to excel in the exam. The latest syllabus of Class 10 physics is given in the below-mentioned table which is according to the guidelines of CISCE. Students must follow the syllabus on a regular basis while preparing for their examination.

The ICSE Class 10 Physics exam is divided into 2 sections namely Section I which consists of 40 marks and Section II which also consists of 40 marks. The duration of the exam is 2 hours with the total marks of 80. The Section I of the physics paper will contain short answer questions which are all compulsory questions. The Section II will consist of 6 question out of which students can attempt any 4 questions.

The latest ICSE Class 10 Physics Syllabus along with all the subtopics is given in the table mentioned below.

ICSE Class 10 Physics Syllabus

(Science Paper 1)

Sl. No.

Chapter Name

Subtopics

1

Force, Work, Power and Energy

  • Moment of a force, Turning forces concept, Centre of gravity, Forces in equilibrium
  • Uniform circular motion
  • Relations between work, energy, power
  • Different types of energy
  • Machines
  • Principle of Conservation of energy

2

Light

  • Refraction of light
  • Total internal reflection, Critical angle, Applications
  • Lenses (converging and diverging)
  • Types of lenses
  • Electromagnetic spectrum, Scattering of light.

3

Sound

  • Reflection of Sound Waves
  • Natural vibrations, Forced vibrations, Damped vibrations, and Resonance
  • Loudness, pitch & quality of sound

4

Electricity and Magnetism

  • Ohm’s Law, potential, concepts of emf, resistance.
  • Electrical power and energy
  • Household circuits
  • Magnetic effect of a current,

5

Heat

  • Calorimetry, specific heat capacity, principle of method of mixtures
  • Latent heat

6

Modern Physics

  • Radioactivity and changes in the nucleus
  • Nuclear fission and fusion, basic introduction and equations, background radiation and safety precautions

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Masses of the three wires of same material are in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3 and their lengths in the ratio of 3 : 2 : 1. Electrical resistance of these wires will be in the ratio of: