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ABOUT CATEGORIES and LINKS TO TOP PAGES


The Proofs content is organized into a number of Repositories,
Archived Courses and Special Purpose Units etc.

This page provides a short description of each item and links to the Top-Page  of the category of content.
Links provided will take you to the Top-Page where you can select a subject (CM,QM,EM,SM, ...) 

Click on item of interest to see details.

 


 

[1] PROOFS REPOSITORIES

Lecture Notes Repository

The content available in this category can be utilised for lectures. Typically lectures on a topic can be designed by integrating the lecture notes.

Click and Go for <<Lecture Notes>> 

Short Questions/Problems and More

Short Questions and Problems provide reosurces  for testing understanding of a course content

Click & Go for <<Short Questions/Problems and More>>

Short Examples and Solved Problems

Short examples constitute a set of statements focassed on one or a few aspects of a conpcept or topic.
Solved problems are, as the name suggests, (selected set of) problems for which full soultions are made
available.

Click & Go for <<Short Examples/Solved Problems>>

Problem Sessions

1. TUTORIAL SESSIONS
These sessions are designed for purpose of training the students to  the problems

2. EXERCISE SESSIONS
These sets contain practise exercises

3. QUIZ
These are meant to test understanding of defintion, results and techniques etc.
Quiz paper are designed to fit into critrion that its answer can be
written down in 15-30 minutes. Most of the time detailed algebraic computations are
not needed.

4. Short Question Sessions
Several Questions focussed on one or two aspects are included. Typically one such session may require about 30 to 90 minutes of time to write out the ansers.

 Click Here For <<PROBLEM SESSIONS>>

WebQuest

The WebQuest resources [1], [2],[3] will primarily be designed for those students who have had some exposure to the subject. Most of these will be on  topics normally not covered in text books. Many WebQuests available here can be used as term paper assignments in a course. They also provides a scheme for self learning of advanced topics.
Click and Go To <<WebQuests>>

Content Categories Under Devlopment

For each area of Phhysics a new Content Type, "Summary of Facts to Be Remembered"
is introduced on experimental basis. At present a few items for
Electromagnetic Theory and Quantum Mechanics
are made available.
Click for <<Facts to Be Remembered>>


 [2] Archived Courses (Coming Soon)
The course material for different courses made available by professors for the course they had taught.

Prof. H. S. Mani

Prof. Pankaj Sharan

Eight Lectures on Topics in Electrodynamics

Gerenral Relativity and Cosmology

Prof. K.P.N. Murthy

More

Recent courses
Classical Mechanics : A summer course taught in University of Hyderabad (2018)
Quantum Mechanics: A summer course taught in University of Hyderabad (2018)

For complete list <<Click Here>>


 [3] Special Purpose Units and Packages (Planned for next phase)

Problem Solving Units

ABOUT PROBLEM SOLVING UNITS


Each problem solving unit will focus on one aspect of a topic.
There are several tabs which include
1) An introduction 
2) Results/formulae etc needed for solving problems with full explanation
3) Short examples to expain the background material formulae etc required for solving the problems 
4) A few solved problems and a set of practise problems 
5) Mixed-Bag of a variety of problems
A link, in the beginning and also at the end of the page, is provided for the readers to give feedback and to post comments, questions, and new interesting problems that they may come across.
Note that for mathematical expression you may use latex code within $ symbols
Click and Go to <<Problem Solving Units>> 

Self Study Units

About Self Study Units

Each self study unit attempt to  provide a short introduction to chosen topic in an area of Physics at the text book level. It will be unit in the sense of being self contained. All resources, except prerequisites, that are required are planned to be made available in one  place. Typical coverage will correspond to a few (three to five lectures) and a tutorial session along with self assessment resources.

A self study unit will consist of the following components.

  1.    Statement of Goals*
  2.    Syllabus*
  3.    Statement of Prerequisites*
  4.    Self Study Lessons*
  5.    Problem Solving Units*
  6.    Home work
  7.    Self Assesment Unit*
  8.    Recommended Related Topics for Further Study*
  9.    Suggested Activities
  10.    Points to remember

Items marked with an asterisk  * are compulsory components. These are strongly recommended for first time learners.
Other items are optional and may not be available with every unit. Depending on the user interest and other constraints, they may, or may not, be taken up for study.
These will be coming soon on zero space.

<<Click Here>> To see a sample being developed

Case Study


 [4] Cross Roads -- Navigation Control Rooms

Choose a topic and Navigate to Any Content Related to That Topic 

The content of each type, lecture notes, questions.., are arranged according to area ( CM,QM, ..)
which are further divided into suitable modules. As an example Free Particle is 12th module of
Quantum Mechanics.

For each module of every area, one page of cross  roads is planned. The cross roads will have
links to all categories of content related to the module. This will give an overview of what all is 
available on a given topic.

For Example, all links for leading to  topics related to

  • One Dimensional Potential Problems in Quantum Mechanics

will be available on Cross Roads QM-13 page

Click for <<Cross Roads>>

 


  [5] Links to Wonderful World of "World Wide Web"

Internet Links Here

Click to Go To <<Top Page of Internet Links>>

 


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