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About the Author
C L Arora :- M.Sc.Formely Principal, D.A.V. College, Jalandhar and Dean of Colleges, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar P S Hemne :-
He is having about 41 years of teaching experience. He was former Principal and Head of the Post-graduate Department of Physics of the reputed college of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. He is an Eminent Author of Sixteen text-books and reference books in Physics. Some of his most famous books are Heat, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics; Mechanics, B.Sc. Practical Physics; Introduction to Lasers Theory and Applications; and Physics for Degree Students of B.Sc. Part I, II, III for all Universities in India. Most of the above books are available online on Google and Amazon website. He was ex-Chairman, Board of studies (BOS) in Physics, and member of Perspective Plan of Gondwana University. He is Life member of Luminescence Society of India. RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur has awarded him Ph.D. degree for his interdisciplinary Research work on Phototherapy. He has prestigious Research work on photoluminescence.
About the Book
For B.Sc I yr students as per the new syllabus of UGC curriculum for all Indian Universities.
The present book has two sections. Section I covers 1 which includes chapters on Mechanics, oscillations and Properties of Matter. Section II covers course 2 which includes chapters on Electricity, Magnetism and Electromagnetic theory.
The material is presented in a comprehensive way using simple language.
The sequesnce of articles in each chapter enables students to understand the gradual development of the subject.
A large number of illustrations, pictures and interesting examples have been given to illustrate the basic principles involved so as to make reading interesting and understandable.
Solved examples as well as numerical questions frequently asked in different universities are incorporated, including summer 2009 examinations at the end of the each chapter.
Table of Content
Section 1: Mechanics Laws Of Motion, Oscillations And Properties Of Matter Section 2:Electricity , Magnetism And Electromagnetic Theory