NCERT Chemistry Textbook Part – 2 For Class – 11
Chemistry Part II-Class XI is a textbook which was published by Nicer. The National Council of Educational Research and Training (Nicer) is an organization set up by the Government of India. Its main role is to assist and advise the central and state governments on academic matters related to the education in schools. High on the priority list of the Nicer is the devising and the implementing of a nationwide curriculum. A method by which Nicer accomplishes this is by publishing various books under its own banner. These textbooks are used nationwide in schools that work according to the CBSE standards.
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Chemistry Part II-Class XI is used in schools which are affiliated to the CBSE or are functioning in accordance with the CBSE standards. It is the second part of the eleventh standard textbook for chemistry and it maintains the high standards which are expected of all Nicer textbooks. This book provides a comprehensive coverage of important concepts such as Redox reactions, The s-Block Elements, Hydrogen, The p-Block Elements, Hydrocarbons, Organic Chemistry: Some Basic Principles and Techniques, and Environmental Chemistry. The book has interesting facts which are highlighted throughout the chapters, and at the end of the each chapter there are questions which help make sure that the student has thoroughly understood the concepts in the chapter. Chemistry Part II-Class XI is great for beginners as it starts from the basics and moves forward at a pace which makes it possible for students to grasp concepts quickly. It is also a very important book for students preparing for various engineering entrance exams as well as the UPSC exam.
Chemistry Part II-Class XI is an ideal textbook because it maintains high standards while being easy to understand. It places importance on knowledge and understanding of all the topics which are present in the book. Chemistry Part II-Class XI was published by National Council of Education Research and Training in the year 2013 and is available in paperback.