Group C Details

12th Standard CBSE


12th Standard CBSE


Group C

Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, Micro Economics and Macro Economics

Group C covers a subject of the 12th standard cbse. In this pack, the subject that covers Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, Micro Economics and Macro Economics. Group C covers the current academic syllabus[2018-2019]. With the help of this pack, your children can easily score high marks in their final exam. In this package, more than 1000 MCQ's are there.


12th Standard CBSE

Group C English Medium

  • 4 Subject Packs
  • 14200 Questions

12th Standard CBSE

Subject Details Group - Group C

Detailed Information about 12th Standard CBSE Group C Pack

Accountancy Syllabus

Accountancy Syllabus

Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organisation Meaning and Characteristics of Not-for-Profit Organisation-Accounting Records of Not-for-Profit Organisations-Receipt and Payment A

Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organisation
Meaning and Characteristics of Not-for-Profit Organisation-Accounting Records of Not-for-Profit Organisations-Receipt and Payment Account-Income and Expenditure Account-Balance Sheet-Some Peculiar Items-Income and Expenditure Account based on Trial Balance-Incidental Trading Activity

Accounting for Partnership: Basic Concepts
Nature of Partnership-Partnership Deed-Special Aspects of Partnership Accounts-Maintenance of Capital Accounts of Partners-Distribution of Profit among Partners-Guarantee of Profit to a Partner-Past Adjustments-Final Accounts

Reconstitution of a Partnership Firm - Admission of a Partner
Modes of Reconstitution of a Partnership Firm-Admission of a New Partner-New Profit Sharing Ratio-Sacrificing Ratio-Goodwill-Adjustment for Accumulated Profits and Losses-Revaluation of Assets and Reassessment of Liabilities-Adjustment of Capitals-Change in Profit Sharing Ratio among the Existing Partners

Reconstitution of a Partnership Firm - Retirement/Death of a Partner
Ascertaining the Amount Due to Retiring/Deceased Partner-New Profit Sharing Ratio-Gaining Ratio-Treatment of Goodwill-Adjustment for Revaluation of Assets and Liabilities-Adjustment of Accumulated Profits and Losses-Disposal of Amount Due to Retiring Partner-Adjustment of Partner’s Capital-Death of a Partner

Dissolution of Partnership Firm
Dissolution of Partnership-Dissolution of a Firm-Settlement of Accounts-Accounting Treatment

Accounting for Share Capital
Features of a Company-Kinds of Companies-Share Capital of a Company-Nature and Classes of Shares-Issue of Shares-Accounting Treatment-Forfeiture of Shares

Issue and Redemption of Debentures
Meaning of Debentures-Distinction between Shares and Debentures-Types of Debentures-Issue of Debentures-Over Subscription-Issue of Debentures for Consideration other than Cash-Issue of Debentures as a Collateral Security-Terms of Issue of Debentures-Interest on Debentures-Writing off Discount/Loss on Issue of Debentures-Redemption of Debentures-Redemption by Payment in Lump Sum-Redemption by Purchase in Open Market-Redemption by Conversion-Sinking Fund Method

Financial Statements of a Company
Meaning of Financial Statements-Nature of Financial Statements-Objectives of Financial Statements-Types of Financial Statements-Uses and Importance of Financial Statements-Limitations of Financial Statements

Analysis of Financial Statements
Meaning of Analysis of Financial Statements-Significance of Analysis of Financial Statements-Objectives of Analysis of Financial Statements-Tools of Analysis of Financial Statements-Comparative Statements-Common Size Statement-Limitations of Financial Analysis

Accounting Ratios
Meaning of Accounting Ratios-Objectives of Ratio Analysis-Advantages of Ratio Analysis-Limitations of Ratio Analysis-Types of Ratios-Liquidity Ratios-Solvency Ratios-Activity (or Turnover) Ratio-Profitability Ratios

Cash Flow Statement
Objectives of Cash Flow Statement-Benefits of Cash Flow Statement-Cash and Cash Equivalents-Classification of Activities for the Preparation of Cash Flow Statement-Ascertaining Cash Flow from Operating Activities-Ascertainment of Cash Flow from Investing and Financing Activities-Preparation of Cash Flow Statement

Economics Syllabus

Economics Syllabus

Introductory Macroeconomics Introduction Emergence of Macroeconomics-Context of the Present Book of Macroeconomics National Income Ac

Introductory Macroeconomics

Emergence of Macroeconomics-Context of the Present Book of Macroeconomics

National Income Accounting
Some Basic Concepts of Macroeconomics-Circular Flow of Income and Methods of Calculating National Income-Some Macroeconomic Identities-Nominal and Real GDP-GDP and Welfare

Money and Banking
Functions of Money-Demand for Money and Supply of Money-Money Creation by Banking System-Policy Tools to Control Money Supply

Determination of Income and Employment
Aggregate Demand and its Components-Determination of Income in Two-sector Model-Determination of Equilibrium Income in the Short Run-Some More Concepts

Government Budget and the Economy
Government Budget: Meaning and its Components-Balanced, Surplus and Deficit Budget

Open Economy Macroeconomics
The Balance of Payments-The Foreign Exchange Market

Introductory Microeconomics

A Simple Economy-Central Problems of an Economy-Organisation of Economic Activities-Positive and Normative Economics-Microeconomics and Macroeconomics-Plan of the Book

Theory of Consumer Behaviour
Utility-The Consumer’s Budget-Optimal Choice of the Consumer-Demand-Market Demand-Elasticity of Demand

Production and Costs
Production Function-The Short Run and the Long Run-Total Product, Average Product and Marginal Product-The Law of Diminishing Marginal Product and the Law of Variable Proportions-    Shapes of Total Product, Marginal Product and Average Product Curves-Returns to Scale-Costs

The Theory of the Firm under Perfect Competition
Perfect competition: Defining Features-Revenue-Profit Maximisation-Supply Curve of a Firm-Determinants of a Firm’s Supply Curve-Market Supply Curve-Price Elasticity of Supply

Market Equilibrium
Equilibrium, Excess Demand, Excess Supply-Applications

Non-Competitive Markets
Simple Monopoly in the Commodity Market-Other Non-perfectly Competitive Markets

Business Studies Syllabus

Business Studies Syllabus

Nature and Significance of Management Introduction-Concept-Characteristics of Management-Objectives of Management-Importance of Management-Nature of Management-Management as

Nature and Significance of Management
Introduction-Concept-Characteristics of Management-Objectives of Management-Importance of Management-Nature of Management-Management as an Art-Management as a Science-Management as a Profession-Levels of Management-Functions of Management-Coordination: The Essence of Management-Characteristics of Coordination-Importance of Coordination-Management in the Twenty-first Century

Principles of Management
Principles of Management: The Concept-Nature of Principles of Management-Significance of Principles of Management-Taylor’s Scientific Management-Principles of Scientific Management-Techniques of Scientific Management-Functional Foremanship-Standardisation and Simplification of Work-Method Study-Motion Study-Time Study Fatigue Study-Differential Piece Wage System-Fayol’s Principles of Management-Fayol Versus Taylor-A Comparison

Business Environment
Meaning of Business Environment-Importance of Business Environment-Dimensions of Business Environment-Economic Environment in India

Introduction-Concept-Importance of Planning-Features of Planning-Limitations of Planning-Planning Process-Types of Plans-Objectives-Strategy-Policy-Procedure-Method-Rule-Programme-Budget

Meaning-Steps in the Process of Organising-Importance of Organising-Organisation Structure-Types of Organisation Structures-Formal and Informal Organisation-Informal Organisation-Delegation-Importance of Delegation-Decentralisation-Importance

Introduction-Meaning-Importance of Staffing-Evolution of Human Resource Management-Staffing Process-Recruitment-Selection-Training and Development-Training Methods-On the Job Methods-Off the Job Methods

Introduction-Meaning-Importance of Directing-Principles of Directing-Elements of Direction-Supervision-Motivation-Leadership-Communication-Formal and Informal Communication

Meaning of Controlling-Techniques of Managerial Control-Traditional Techniques-Modern Techniques-Responsibility Accounting-Management Audit-PERT and CPM

Financial Management
Introduction-Meaning of Business Finance-Financial Management-Objectives-Financial Decisions-Financial Planning-Importance-Capital Structure-Fixed and Working Capital-Working Capital-Factors Affecting The Working Capital Requirements

Financial Markets
Introduction-Concept Of Financial Market-Functions Of Financial Market-Money Market-Money Market Instruments-Capital Market-Primary Market-Secondary Market-Stock Exchange-Trading And Settlement Procedure-National Stock Exchange Of India (NSE)-Objectives Of NSE Market Segments Of NSE-BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd.) Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)

What Is A Market-What Is Marketing-What Can Be Marketed-Marketing Management-Marketing And Selling-Marketing Management Philosophies-Functions Of Marketing-Role Of Marketing-Marketing Mix-Elements Of Marketing Mix-Product-Classification Of Products-Consumer Products-Industrial Products-Branding-Packaging-Pricing-Physical Distribution-Physical Distribution-Promotion-Promotion Mix-Advertising-Objections To Advertising-Personal Selling-Role Of Personal Selling-Sales Promotion-Publicity-Public Relations

Consumer Protection
Introduction-Importance Of Consumer Protection-Legal Protection To Consumers-The Consumer Protection Act, 1986-Consumer Rights-Consumer Responsibilities-Ways And Means Of Consumer Protection-Redressal Agencies Under The Consumer Protection Act-Role Of Consumer Organisations And NGOs

Entrepreneurship Development
Introduction-The Concept Of Entrepreneurship-Characteristics Of Entrepreneurship-Relationship Between Entrepreneurship And Management-Need For Entrepreneurship-Functions Of Entrepreneurs In Relation To Economic Development-Role Of Entrepreneurs In Relation To Their Enterprise-The Process Of Entrepreneurship Development-Startup India Scheme-Startup India Initiative: Action Points-Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)-Entrepreneurial Competencies-Entrepreneurial Motivation-Entrepreneurial Values And Attitudes

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