Electric field and potential (review): electrostatic field and intensity; electrostatic potential; relation between field and potential; Electric dipole, potential and intensity due to a dipole

Motion of charged particles in a magnetic field, Magnetic force on a current carrying conductor; Force and torque on a current loop; theory of a moving coil BG; Concept of dead beat; Determination of high resistance by leakage

Magnetic field due to moving charge; Biot and Savart's law, Magnetic field due to a straight current carrying conductor ;Force between parallel conductors, Definition of ampere, Magnetic field of a circular loop, Theory of Helmholtz Tangent Galvanometer ; Field on the axis of a solenoid; Ampere's law; Application of Ampere's law to straight wire, solenoid and toroid

Self inductance; Magnetic field energy stored in an inductor; growth and decay of current in RC, LR, LCR circuits; Damped, under-damped and over damped conditions

Gradient of a scalar function; Relation between field and potential; Divergence and curl product rules; Line, surface and volume integrals; Fundamental theorem of divergence and curl (statements only)

Maxwell's equations (derivation and significance), Electromagnetic waves - Derivation of wave equation, Velocity of em waves, Relation between refractive index and permittivity, Plane em waves, Energy and momentum, Significance of Poynting vector

Alternating current; Resistance, Reactance and Impedance; LCR series and parallel circuits (vector method), Resonance, Power in ac circuits; Representation of sinusoids by complex numbers; AC bridge - Maxwell bridge

Seebeck effect ,Thermoelectric series, Neutral temperature, Laws of thermoelectricity, Peltier effect, Demonstration of Peltier effect, Peltier coefficient, Thomson effect, Demonstration of Thomson effect, Thomson coefficient, Theory of thermoelectric circuits using thermodynamics, Thermoelectric diagrams and uses, Applications of thermoelectricity - Boy's Radio-micrometer, thermopile and thermoel ......