Class 12th Economics
Economics is a subject where students analyse economy as a whole or an individual analysis is done. It is a study about how certain decisions can impact different firms and industries and how certain government policies effects economy and employment. Economy of class 12th can be quite tricky, some students find it extremely interesting and some find it difficult to understand. However, Economy is a subject where students can relate the theories and concepts with real life situations and a proper understanding of concepts and theories can help students to score well in this subject.
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CBSE Paper Structure
|Part A Introductory Macroeconomics|
|Unit 1 : National Income and related aggregates||10|
|Unit 2 : Money and Banking||6|
|Unit 3 : Determination of Income and Employment||12|
|Unit 4 : Government Budget and the Economy||6|
|Unit 5 : Balance of Payments||6|
|Part B Indian Economic Development|
|Unit 1 :Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991||12|
|Unit 2 : Current Challenges facing Indian Economy||20|
|Unit 3 :Development Experience of India – A Comparison with Neighbours||8|
|Part C Project Work||20|
CBSE sample papers are formulated with latest curriculum and syllabus. These papers direct students towards giving their best effort in the approaching exams.
Practising these papers regularly can help in retention of important topics and prevent the struggle of mugging up answers. This will give a fair idea about structure of questions to expect in the approaching exams and boost student’s confidence.
Features of CBSE Sample Papers
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- All sample papers, not only consist of the questions, but also the solutions along with marking patterns as per CBSE scheme