Maharashtra State Board HSC Economics Syllabus 2024: Maharashtra Board Higher Secondary Syllabus for Economics Subject is available for Class 12th. The new curriculum of Economics for Class 12th of Maharashtra Board has been designed to teach students about the nature of the Indian Economy, Problems of Population Explosion, Poverty, Unemployment, and Measures that should be taken for these problems. Maharashtra Board HSC Economics subject is divided into Micro-Economics and Macro-Economics.
Students preparing for the Economic Class 12th board examination can view and download here the Maharashtra Board HSC Economics Syllabus 2024.
Maharashtra State Board HSC Economics Syllabus 2024 for Class 12th:
Section A: Micro Economics
Chapter 1: Introduction to Micro Economics
Chapter 2: Consumers behavior
Chapter 3: a. Analysis of Demand b. Elasticity of Demand
Chapter 4: Analysis of Supply
Chapter 5: Types of Market & Price determination under Perfect competition
Chapter 6: Factors of Production
Section B: Macro Economics
Chapter 7: Introduction to Macro Economics
Chapter 8: National Income
Chapter 9: Determinants of Aggregates
Chapter 10: Money
Chapter 11: Commercial Bank
Chapter 12: Central Bank
Chapter 13: Public Economics
Economics Topics for Project (20 Marks)
The list of projects provided in the syllabus as guideline:
1) Visit any cottage industry and collect information about its income and expenses.
2) Visit some families and note down observations regarding how utility of different commodities is subjective and relative.
3) Prepare a chart for Marginal Utility and Total Utility of any commodity consumed by you.
4) Comparative study of individual demand schedules of any one commodity of two families.
5) Visit a grocery shop and collect information about changes in demand and changes in price of wheat for the period of 5 months.
6) Visit retailers of any commodity & collect information about prices & supply.
7) Collect information about prices charged for toothpaste, bathing soap etc. by different firms under monopolistic competition.
8) An interview of an entrepreneur.
9) An interview of skilled and unskilled labour engaged in different sectors.
10) Survey of people using credit cards & debit cards.
11) Visit any Commercial Bank & collect information about its functioning.
12) Collect information of different Banking instruments like cheques, demand drafts, etc.
13) Collect information about E-Banking
14) Collect information about changes in the policies of Reserve Bank of India.
15) Collect information of the current budget from newspaper.
Economics can be studied as an elective subject by Students of Commerce, Arts as well as Science stream. The 100 marks weightage for Economics subject is 80 marks for Theory paper and 20 marks for Practicals/Oral/Projects.
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