CBSE Board Syllabus for Economics

CBSE Syllabus for Economics includes the statistical details in the study of economic problems in the country, Economic growth and development, Structure of Indian economy, infrastructure, development programs, economic reform applies after the year 1991, population of India, poverty and unemployment of the country. The detailed CBSE Economics Syllabus is explained our portal, edurite board.
The CBSE Syllabus for Economics is divided in two parts micro and macro economics each of which having equal marks of 50. The first Micro Economics includes consumer behavior and demand. Producer behavior and supply, format of marks and price determination and their applications. The second part Macro economics includes national income and related aggregates, determination of income and employment, Money and banking, Government budget and Economy and Balance and Payments.
CBSE stands for central board of secondary education is a board for both public and private schools and works under the Union government of India. The board CBSE (central board of secondary education) affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools and the schools that are approved by central government of India.
Central board of secondary education conducts examinations every spring for all India Senior school certificate examination abbreviated as AISSCE for the 10th and 12th standard. The AIEEE examination also conducts annually by the board to permit for the graduation courses in India. The AIPMT examination also conducted by the board to permit the students for the admission in the medical colleges. The board central board of secondary education has 8 regional offices situated in the metro cities and others such as Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Delhi, Patna, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Gujrat, Bhuvneshwar, Jharkhand etc. In 1952 the Board was renamed as central board of secondary education India.