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After the planning has been done, we should keep a track of the work done.
Measuring our work in this manner will give us a sense of achievement on a regular basis. This will also give us a continuous view of the work that is remaining.
We have pasted, for the benefit of the students, a saI didmple checklist or activity trakcer.
Students realize, after filling this table that, the topics where they are weak belong to the category where the required activities have not been done.
Activity tracker: Please put a tick mark (?) in front of all the activities you have completed.
Reading from text book  Power Coaching Theory  Solved examples  Exercises  Chapter Tests  
Mathematics  
1  Complex numbers 





2  Quadratic equations 





3  Logarithms 


 
4  Progressions 





5  Permutations and combinations 





6  Trigonometry 





7  Straight lines 





8  Circles 





9  Conic sections 





10  Binomial theorem 





11  Functions, Limits and Continuity 





12  Differentiability and differentiation 





13  Application of derivatives 





14  Indefinite integration 





15  Definite integration 





16  Area under the curve 





17  Differential equations 





18  Determinants 





19  Matrices 





20  Probability 





21  Vectors 





22  Three dimensional geometry 









 
Physics  
1  Units, dimensions, vectors and calculus 





2  Kinematics 





3  Laws of motion 





4  Work, Power and Energy 





5  Center of mass, linear momentum, collision 





6  Rotational dynamics 





7  Elasticity, fluid dynamics and properties of matter 





8  Gravitation 





9  Simple Harmonic Motion 





10  Wave motion 





11  Heat and Thermodynamics 





12  Electrostatics 





13  Electric current and resistance 





14  Magnetism 





15  Electromagnetic Induction and AC 





16  Geometrical Optics 





17  Wave Optics 





18  Modern Physics 









 
Chemistry  
1  Basic concepts of chemistry 





2  Structure of atom 





3  Periodic properties 



 
4  Gas laws 





5  Chemical bonding 



 
6  Chemical energetics 





7  Chemical equilibrium 





8  Ionic equilibrium 





9  Redox reactions 





10  General organic chemistry 





11  Hydrocarbons 


 
12  Alcohols and ethers 


 
13  Alkyl and aryl halides 


 
14  Solutions 





15  Solid state 





16  Chemical kinetics 





17  Electrochemistry 



 
18  Nuclear chemistry 



 
19  Functional groups containing nitrogen 


 
20  Aldehydes and ketones 


 
21  Carboxylic acids and their derivatives 


 
22  sBlock elements 





23  pBlock elements 





24  dBlock elements 





25  Metallurgy 





26  Qualitative salt analysis 





27  Coordination compounds 





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