|Chapter No.||Content / Units||Marks|
|Part A||Statistics for Economics||40|
|2||Collection, organization and Presentation of Data|
|3||Statistical Tools and Interpretation||27|
|Part B||Indian Economic Development||50|
|4||Development Experience (1947-90)||13|
|Economic Reforms since 1991||12|
|5||Current Challenges Facing Indian Economy||15|
|6||Development Experience of India – A Comparison with Neighbours (OTBA)||10|
|Part C||Project Work||10|
- Knowledge and marks oriented study.
- Relate the topic from lower class and higher class.
- During study hours, mention about weightage and marks distribution of a particular topic.
- Develop ability to analyze the questions and their answers.
- Develop ability to apply own idea and logic.
- Illustrate with daily life events.
- Regular tests and feedback.
- Timely completion of syllabus.
- Providing full length of study materials.
- One by one basis doubt sessions.
- Extra class even on holidays, if needed.
- Practice from different reference books along with NCERT.
- Providing different sets of assignments and tests of different levels.
- Conducting topic wise and chapter wise unit test.
- Formative and summative assessment test series in exam environment.
- Mock Test series in actual board environment.
- Special improvement test for weaker students.
- Revision and crash course.