ICSE Board Syllabus for Economics

Economics Subject is offered by the ICSE Board for class 9th and 10th and according we also publish the ICSE Board Syllabus for Economics on our website. In 9th and 10th, there are two sections included in ICSE Economics syllabus. Section A consists of 80 marks and Section B consists of 20 marks. Section A consists of compulsory questions and Section B consists of detailed answers in which students are needed to answer any four questions. The some of the topics which are included in ICSE Board Syllabus for class 9th and class 10th are Meaning and definition of Economics, Meaning and causes of poverty and unemployment, Independence of Agriculture and Industry, Role of Public Distribution System, Demand and Supply, Public Finance, Money and Banking etc. The detailed ICSE Board Syllabus for Economics of class 9th and 10th can be found easily on our edurite website.
ISC conducts the examination of higher class and both ISCE and ISC come under CISCE Board. In the ICSE Board Syllabus for Economics of class 11th and 12th includes two parts. Part A consists of 30 marks in which there are compulsory short answer type questions. In Part B of ICSE Economics Syllabus consists of 70 marks in which eight questions are given out of candidate need to do five questions. Some of the topics which are included in ICSE Board Syllabus for Economics are Understanding of Economics, Indian Economic Development, Economic growth and development, Statistics definition and scope, Micro Economics theory, Income and Employment, National Income, Per capita income, Money and banking: Meaning, functions and supply of money, Inflation definition etc. For separate ICSE Board Syllabus for Economics for class 11th and class 12th can be downloaded from our website. Complete information and study material can also be found on our website about ICSE Board.
ICSE Board Syllabus for Economics by Class
  • ICSE BOARD Class 12 Syllabus for Economics

    COURSE STRUCTURE ECONOMICS CLASS 12 1. Micro Economic Theory Meaning of micro and macro economics: Meaning, difference. A basic understanding of the micro and macro economics is needed. Interdependence and differences between micro and macro economics. (ii) Demand: meaning, factors affecting demand; Demand function; Law of Demand; derivation...Read More

  • ICSE BOARD Class 11 Syllabus for Economics

    CLASS XI Subject = ECONOMICS There will be one paper of 3 hours duration of 100 marks divided into 2 parts. Part 1 (30 marks) will consist of compulsory short answer questions testing knowledge, application and skills relating to elementary/ fundamental aspects of the entire syllabus. Part 2 (70 marks) will consist of eight questions out of which ...Read More