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NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Physics
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Chapter 1: Electric Charges and Fields
- Additional Exercises
- Physics Part 1 Answers
- Revision Notes, Study Material and Assignments of all chapters
Chapter 2: Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
Chapter 3: Current Electricity
Chapter 4: Moving Charges and Magnetism
Chapter 5: Magnetism and Matter
Chapter 6: Electromagnetic Induction
Chapter 7: Alternating Current
Chapter 8: Electromagnetic Waves
Chapter 9: Ray Optics and Optical Instruments
Chapter 10: Wave Optics
Chapter 11: Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
Chapter 12: Atoms
Chapter 13: Nuclei
Chapter 14: Semiconductor Electronics: Materials, Devises and Simple Circuits
Chapter 15: Communication System
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Contribution of Ancient India to the Science
- World first university – World’s first university was established in India’s northern and western region ‘तक्ष-शिला’ (now in Pakistan) about 4 B.C. In this university not only Indian students other students from countries like Babilinia, Grease, Siria, Arebic and China also come for studying different subjects like language, literature, philosophy, medical, non-medical, political science, astronomy, astrology, commerce, music, dance, etc. In ‘तक्ष-शिला’ university the minimum age of admission was 16 years and at once about 10,500 students studied. So, in this way the concept of a complete developed university had first started in India.
- नालंदा विश्वविद्यालय – Nalanda University (at present in Bihar, India) was in existences since 500 A.D. to 1300 A.D. After this period it was demolished of assuring it as centre Hundu culture. During the 800 years of its existence was world famous. Its campus was too developed there were 500 lecture halls, in which store benches had been provided for sitting to students. Laboratory, library and other facilities were also available there. There were a ‘INVENTRY’ for solving problem of astronomy in this university. Possibly this was the first inventory of world. The physical setup of university was in three buildings Ratna Sagar, Ratnadevi and Ratnayanjak. For admission in university, a very difficult admission test had to pass. According to ‘Huansang’ there were 10,000 students and 200 professors in this university.
- विक्रमशिला विश्वविद्यालय – This university is also famous like other two universities. Students from abroad come here for study. This university was situated according to 1.5 vatteyan, near Kahatgaon of District Bhagalpur in Bihar state of India.
- Invention of zero: India discovered zero. In ‘Ancient Sanskrit Granthas’ there were fall details and experiments on zero and decimal system based on concept of zero. In Pingala chanddh shutra of second century and Brahm sphit principle, (Brahmgupta) of seventh century, zero was described extensively. Bhaskaracharya in their deeds described infinity. As a bitness digging out ‘Tamara Patra’ (585 – 586 A. D.) in Gujrat, in which description of zero was found.