General Science: A Complete Study Material
General science or science is one of the most important channels of knowledge and plays a vital role in the preparation of competitive examinations. Studying subjects like Physics, Chemistry & Biology is important for the general understanding of things around us.
Or we can say that in general, science consists of a pursuit of knowledge that covers general truths or the operations of fundamental laws.
Here, we have compiled all three Subjects in detail with proper study notes under the "General Science" Section.
This study material would help you to understand the basics and even give you a broader perspective to get prepare for the examination.
Let us study all the topics one by one:
General Science Complete Study Material
1.2 Evolution: The Theory of Evolution
1.3 Biology: The Science of Life
1.4 Classification of Animal Kingdom
1.5 Structure of Plant and Animal Cell
1.6 The Five Kingdoms of Life
1.7 Classification of Plant Kingdom
1.8 The Cell: Foundation of All Living Things
1.9 Cell: Structure and Functions
1.10 Mode of Nutrition in Animals
1.11 Nutrition in Animals
1.12 Mode of Nutrition in Plants
1.13 Control and Coordination in Humans
1.14 Control and Coordination in Plants
1.15 Sexual Reproduction in Animals
1.16 Human Reproductive System: Male
1.17 Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
1.18 Asexual Reproduction in Plants
1.19 Excretory System in Humans
1.20 Transport system in plants
1.21 Respiratory System in Humans
1.22 Respiration in Animals
1.23 Respiration and Excretion in plants
1.24 Human Circulatory System
1.25 The Heart
1.26 Composition of the blood
1.27 Composition and Functions of Blood
1.28 Human Digestive System
1.29 List of Human Diseases
1.30 How Genetics define the hereditary characteristics of human?
1.31 Cell Division, Mitosis and Meiosis
1.32 Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion
1.33 Classification of Humans
1.62 What is Plasma Therapy, and how it works?
2.1 Matter and its states
2.2 Formation of Substances
2.4 Atomic Structure
2.7 Atomic Structure
2.8 Chemical Bonds
2.9 Chemical Groups
2.10 Chemical Reactions
2.11 Chemical Reactions and Equations
2.13 The Elements
2.14 Modern chemistry
2.15 Electro Chemistry: Concept and its significance
2.16 What is Galvanic Cells and how it work?
2.17 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry
2.18 Hydrocarbon: Types and Importance
2.19 What is Catalysis?
2.20 List of important Synthetic fibres
2.21 Chemical Explosives
2.22 Alcoholic Beverages: Types and uses
2.23 Glass: Composition, types and uses
2.24 List of important Drugs and Chemicals
2.25 Fertilizer: Types and important fertilizers
2.26 Acids: Concept, properties and uses
2.27 Salt: Concept, properties and uses
2.28 List of important Organic Compounds
2.29 The Concept and importance of pH Scale
2.30 Minerals and Ores: Natural materials
2.31 Non-Metals: Physical and Chemical properties
2.32 Metals: Properties and reactivity series
2.33 How does concentration affect solubility?
2.34 Use of Chemical Compound
2.35 The Concept of Metallurgy and Metal Engineering
2.36 Global Warming: Effects and Causes
2.37 How mineral or earthy substance extracted from ore?
2.38 Green Chemistry: Reducer of Hazardous Substances
2.39 Greenhouse Gas Emission: Causes & Sources
2.40 Major atmospheric pollutants
2.41 Environmental Chemistry
2.42 Petroleum: Complex mixture of Hydrocarbon & Paraffin
2.43 Ceramic: An inorganic non-metallic solid
2.44 Rubber: Important component of Polymer
2.45 Role of Chemistry in Human Life
2.46 Soaps and Detergents: Chemistry of Surfactants
2.57 What is “OneerTM”?
2.61 What is Catalysis?
3.1 Introduction to Physics
3.2 The Universe: Stars, Sun, Asteroids: In a nutshell
3.3 The Solar System and Satellites
3.4 Resistance of a Conductor
3.5 Refraction of Light
3.6 Reflection of light from Spherical Mirrors
3.7 Reflection of Light
3.8 Refraction of light by Spherical Lenses
3.9 Refraction of light through a glass prism
3.10 The Human Eye and its defects
3.11 Thermal Expansion of Solids, Liquids and Gases
3.12 Mechanical Properties of Fluids
3.13 Sound: Doppler Effect and Echo
3.14 Magnetic effects of Electric Current
3.16 The Kinetic Theory of Matter
3.17 The Four Fundamental Forces
3.18 Special and General Theories of Relativity
3.20 Nuclear Fission and Fusion
3.21 Motion and Mechanics
3.22 Heat and Work
3.24 Electric Current
3.25 Atomic Theories
Among the General Science subjects, Biology is the most important. Recent analysis shows that questions asked in the examination required the understanding of day-to-day science.
In Biology, the thrust is on Zoology related to the human system and diseases. Only few questions are being asked from Botany and that too from biological diversity and plant system.
In Chemistry & Physics, the application part is more important for an examination point of view with some basic understanding of laws and definitions.