This course is an introduction of concepts in general physics to help the students develop conceptual understanding and help them appreciate the concepts through building strong problem-solving skills. It is intended for the courses in mechanics and electromagnetism, such as velocity, acceleration, force, energy, momentum, torque, electric charges, electric and magnetic field, electric and magnetic force, electromagnetic induction. The general approach of this course is to introduce familiar everyday examples before proceeding to general principles. Numerous examples and applications related to mechanics and electromagnetism and everyday situations will be used to illustrate physical principles. These enable the student to understand the general principles of physics and its relevance to everyday life. The unifying aspect of physical laws in mechanics and electromagnetism is the basic simplicity of nature that form the underlying theme of this course.