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length and diameter with vernier caliper. 2) Determine the diameter of a given wire by using a screw gauge and calculate its area of cross-section. 3) To find the unknown weight of a body by the method of vector addition of forces. 4) To verify the laws of pendulum. a) Time period is independent of amplitude of pendulum. b) Time period is independent of mass of bob. c) Time period is directly proportional to the square root of length of pendulum. 5) To determine the acceleration due to gravity by oscillating mass spring system. 6) Verify conditions of equilibrium by meter rod. 7) Determine the frequency of AC supply by Meldes apparatus. 8) Verify the laws of vibration of stretched string using sonometre. 9) To determine the velocity of sound at 0SC by using resonance tube. 10) Determine the focal length of given convex lens by two pin parallel method. Draw graph between (a)p & q(b) 1/p & 1/q (c) p & p+q 11) Determine the focal length of convex lens by displacement method. 12) To determine the refractive index of a glass prism by critical angle method. 13) To determine the refractive index of liquid using concave mirror. 14) To determine the coefficient of linear expansion of the material of a rod by Pullingers apparatus. 15) To determine the Specific heat capacity of a liquid by electrical method.

PRACTICAL LIST (PHYSICS) HSSC PART-II (FEDERAL BOARD) 1. To determine the resistance of a wire by slide wire bridge and calculate the resistivity of the material of the wire. 2. To determine the resistance of a moving coil galvanometer by the half deflection method. 3. To determine the resistance of a voltmeter. 4. To study the variation of the resistance of a thermister with temperature. 5. Determination of internal resistance of a cell by potentiometer. 6. To determine the E.m.f of a cell by potentiometer. 7. To study the relation between the current passing through tungsten filament lamp and the potential difference applied across it. 8. To study the variation of magnetic field along the axis of a circular current carrying coil. 9. To study the relation between alternating current and capacitance 10. To study the characteristics of a semiconductor diode and determine its forward and reverse resistance. 11. To study the variation of Photoelectric Current with Intensity of Light. 12. To Verify Truth Table For Or Gate. 13. To Verify Truth Table For And Gate. 14. To Verify Truth Table For Not Gate. 15. To set up Burglar Alarm using Nand Gate. 16. To set up a Fire Alarm using not Gate. 17. To study the characteristics of a Geiger-Muller Tube. 18. To determine the value of High Resistance by using a Neon Flash Lamp.

PRACTICAL LIST (PHYSICS) SSC PART-I (FEDERL BOARD) 1. To measure the length and diameter of a solid cylinder with a vernier caliper. 2. To measure the thickness of a metal strip or a wire by using a screw gauge. 3. To study the motion of a ball rolling down an angle iron by drawing a graph between s and t2 4. To find the value of g by free fall method. 5. To determine the resultant of two vectors graphically by (Gravesends apparatus) 6. To verify the principle of moments by using a meter rod balanced on a wedge. 7. To determine the mechanical advantage of an inclined plane. 8. To study the relationship between load and extension (Helical Spring) by drawing a graph. 9. To find the density of a body heavier than water by Archimedes principle. 10. To find the specific heat of a given solid by method of mixture. 11. To draw a graph between temperature and time when ice is converted into water an tehn to steam by slow.

PRACTICAL LIST (PHYSICS) SSC PART-II (FEDERL BOARD) 1. To study the effects of length of a simple pendulum on the time period and hence find g by calculation. 2. To determine the speed of sound at room temperature by using a resonance tube. 3. To determine the focal length of a concave mirror by parallax method using (i) one needle, (ii) two needles. 4. To verify the laws of Refraction by using a glass slab 5. To find the refractive index of water by using a concave mirror. 6. To determine the critical angle of glass using a semi circular slab and a light ray box/or by a prism. 7. To trace the path of a ray of light through a glass prism and measure the angle of deviation. 8. Verify Ohms law (by using a wire as conductor) 9. To study resistors in series and in parallel combination 10. To find the resistance of a galvanometer by half deflection method. 11. To trace a magnetic field using a bar magnet. 12. To verify truth table for OR and AND gate. 13. To determine the focal length of a convex lens by two pins method. 14. Study characteristics of P-N Junction

1. To determine (a) volume of the solid cylinder and (b) capacity of a hollow test tube by using vernier caliper. 2. To determine the volume of a given sphere and cross sectional area of a given wire using micrometer screw gauge. 3. Determine the radius of curvature of a given spherical mirror using spherometer and calculate its focal length. 4. Determince the resultant of two vectors. By rectangular component method. OR by parallelogram method. 5. Determine the value of g by using simple pendulum and length of seconds pendulum at Karachi by drawing a graph between L and T2. 6. To verify the laws of pendulum. a) Time period is independent of amplitude of pendulum. b) Time period is independent of mass of bob. c) Time period is directly proportional to the square root of length of pendulum. 7. Study the potential energy of a body by helical spring. 8. Determine the frequency of AC supply by Meldes apparatus. 9. Verify the laws of vibration of stretched string using sonometer. 10. To determine the velocity of sound at room temperature and 0o C by using resonance tube. 11. Determine the focal length of given convex lens by two pin non-parallax method. 12. To determine the focal length of given concave lens by concave mirror. 13. To determine the refractive index of a glass prism by critical angle method. 14. Determine the refractive index of water using concave mirror. 15. Determine the refractive index of a material of a glass slab by the method of real and apparent depth. 16. Study the condition of equilibrium using Gravesends apparatus.

HSSC PART-II (KARACHI BOARD) 1. To verify Newtons law of cooling. 2. To determine the specific heat of given liquid by method of cooling. 3. To determine the specific heat capacity of a solid by metho of mixtures. 4. To determine the coefficient of linear expansion of the material of the given rod by Pullingers apparatus 5. To determine the mechanical equivalent of heat J by electrical method. 6. To determine the specific heat capacity of a liquid (water) by electrical method. 7. To determine the unknown resistance of a given wire by metre bridge. 8. To determine the resistance of a galvanometer by half deflection method. 9. To determine the internal resistance of a cell by potentiometer. 10. To determine the resistance of a voltmeter. 11. To compare electro-motive forces (e.m.f.s) of two cells by direct method using potentiometer. 12. To study the relation between the current passing through a tungsten filament lamp and the potential applied across it. 13. To study the variation of magnetic field due to current along the axis of a circular coil and hence to calculate the field strength at its centre. 14. To study the relation between current and capacitance and current and capacitive reactance when different capacitors are used in A.C. circuit. 15. To study the characteristics curves of a semiconductor diode. 16. To study the characteristics curves of a PNP transistor in common-configuration. 17. To study the variation of electric current with intensity of light using a photo cell.

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