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CBSE Class 12 Economics Board and Prelim Sample Question papers
Economics is a social science which impacts every human being. CBSE has introduced the course on economics to educate students on their own experience as economic life and the economy goes through the changes. To do this it is essential that the students should develop analytical skills so that they can observe and understand the economic realities. The learning through one own observation and observing the ecosystem around you makes it interesting and impactful.
CBSE Class 11 and 12 students are at a stage where they can understand abstract ideas, use their power of thinking and develop their own perception. The students at this stage are exposed to the thoroughness of the economics subject in an organised way.
CBSE introduces the economic course in a methodical way initially preparing the learners to understand the economic realities that our country is facing currently along with some basic statistical tools, which help understand these broader economic realities. After the initial stage as the student enters the later stage he is introduced to economics as a theory of abstraction.
CBSE Economics course also emphasises on multiple projects and activities. These projects/activities provide an option to the students to learn through observing and exploring various economic issues from their day to day life as well as economic issues which are broader and invisible in nature. The theoretical skills that they learn from the course helps them design the projects and activities. The course also emphasises the role of information and communication technology in facilitating the learning process of the students.
Gaining knowledge of basic fundamental economic concepts and developing economic reasoning which the students can apply in their daily life as citizens, consumers and workers.
Realisation of students role in national building understanding of the economic issues country is facing today.
Equip students with various tools of economics and statistics so that they can analyse economic issues. This is important for those students also who might not take economics as a subject in their advanced studies.
Appreciate the fact that there can be different viewpoints on any economic issue and also help them gain skills to argue logically with reasoning
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CBSE Class 12 Economics Question Paper is of 80 marks and project work is 20 marks. The course is divided into three parts as follows:
Part A: Introductory Macroeconomics
Unit 1: National Income and Related Aggregates
Unit 2: Money and Banking
Unit 3: Determination of Income and Employment
Unit 4: Government Budget and the Economy
Unit 5: Balance of Payments
Part B: Indian Economic Development
Unit 6: Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991
Unit 7: Current challenges facing Indian Economy
Unit 8: Development Experience of India
Part C: Project in Economics
CBSE prescribes following textbooks for Class 12 Economics:
Statistics for Economics by NCERT
Indian Economic Development by NCERT
Introductory Microeconomics by NCERT
Macroeconomics by NCERT
Supplementary Reading Material in Economics by CBSE
For complete syllabus please refer to CBSE Class 12 Board Website
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