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Electric Charges and Fields for Class 12 Physics: CBSE, NEET, JEE Preparation

Dive deep into the world of Electric Charges and Fields with our 7-hour 46-minute course, perfectly tailored for Class 12 students preparing for CBSE, NEET, and JEE exams. Explore every aspect of electric charges and fields, from basic concepts to complex applications, with our expertly crafted lessons and NCERT solutions.
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Last Updated:January 15, 2024
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Welcome to our extensive course on Electric Charges and Fields, designed for Class 12 Physics students and aspirants of competitive exams like NEET and JEE. This course offers a detailed exploration of key concepts such as ‘what is electric charge’, the electric charge formula, and the units of electric charge, ensuring a thorough understanding of the fundamental principles.

Our curriculum, spanning 7 hours and 46 minutes, is structured to cover all vital topics from NCERT’s Chapter 1 on Electric Charges and Fields. We delve into the properties of charges, Coulomb’s Law, Superposition Principles, and Continuous Charge Distribution. The course also tackles intricate topics like Electric Field and Field Intensity, Electric Lines of Force, Electric Dipole, and Gauss’s Theorem, along with their practical applications.

Key highlights of the course include:

  • In-depth discussion on ‘q=it’ and other electric charge formulas, making complex concepts easily understandable.
  • Detailed coverage of Electric Charges and Fields Class 12 important questions and NEET questions, aiding in effective exam preparation.
  • Comprehensive notes on electric charges and fields, enhancing your learning experience.
  • Engaging and interactive lessons in Hindi, catering to a diverse range of learners.
  • Application of Gauss’s Theorem in various contexts, a critical component for competitive exams.
  • Exclusive content focusing on the Electric Dipole and its behavior in a Uniform Electric Field, crucial for both board exams and competitive tests.
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What I will learn?

  • Understand the fundamental concepts of electric charges and their properties.
  • Master Coulomb's Law and the Principle of Superposition in electric fields.
  • Gain expertise in calculating field intensity and electric force in various scenarios.
  • Comprehend the concept of Electric Dipole and analyze its field patterns.
  • Apply Gauss's Theorem effectively in problem-solving.
  • Prepare thoroughly for Class 12 board exams and competitive exams like NEET and JEE with specialized content.

Course Curriculum

Charges and their properties
Understanding charges and their properties is fundamental in Physics. This lesson delves into the nature of electric charges, exploring their types, behaviors, and the laws governing their interactions. Essential for grasping core concepts in both the CBSE/ICSE syllabus and JEE/NEET preparations.

  • Charges and their properties

Coulomb’s Law and Super Position Principles
Dive into the world of electrostatics with a focused lesson on Coulomb's Law and the Superposition Principle. This session breaks down the intricacies of force interactions between charged particles and the cumulative effects of multiple charges, key concepts for mastering Physics in JEE and NEET.

Continuous Charge Distribution
Explore the fascinating concept of Continuous Charge Distribution in this lesson. We'll cover how charge distributes over different shapes and the impact this has on electric fields and potential. A crucial topic for students preparing for CBSE, ICSE, JEE, and NEET Physics.

Electric Field And Field Intensity
This lesson on Electric Field and Field Intensity illuminates the invisible forces exerted by electric charges. You'll learn how to calculate field intensity and understand electric field lines, a fundamental topic for Physics students in CBSE, ICSE, and competitive exams like JEE and NEET.

Continuous Distribution of Charge
Delve into the intricate concept of Continuous Distribution of Charge. This lesson focuses on understanding how charge is spread across different objects and its effects on electric fields. Essential for CBSE, ICSE students, and those preparing for competitive exams like JEE and NEET in Physics.

Electric Lines of Force
Electric Lines of Force are the invisible lines that represent the electric field generated by charged objects. This lesson will guide you through their properties, patterns, and significance in understanding electrostatic interactions. A vital concept for CBSE, ICSE, JEE, and NEET Physics.

Electric Dipole and Electric Field of a Dipole
Discover the intriguing concepts of Electric Dipole and the Electric Field of a Dipole in this lesson. We'll explore the structure of dipoles, their field patterns, and their importance in various physical phenomena. Vital for students in CBSE, ICSE, and preparing for JEE and NEET in Physics.

Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field
This lesson explores a Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field, focusing on the behavior and interactions of dipoles when placed in a constant electric field. Essential for understanding molecular polarity and electrostatics, this topic is key for CBSE, ICSE, JEE, and NEET Physics students.

Gauss’s Theorem and its Application
Embark on a journey through Gauss's Theorem and its Applications. This lesson covers the pivotal concept of electric flux and the application of Gauss's Law in calculating electric fields. It's a cornerstone topic for students of Physics in CBSE, ICSE, and competitive exams like JEE and NEET.

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  • Basic understanding of Class 11 Physics concepts.
  • Familiarity with fundamental mathematical principles used in physics.
  • Enthusiasm to learn complex physics concepts.
  • Dedication to complete the course and practice problems.
  • Access to NCERT Class 12 Physics textbook for reference.
  • Ability to comprehend and follow lessons in Hindi.


Rahul Kumar Vishwakarma
Rahul Kumar Vishwakarma
Physics Instructor
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