Economics Class XI Based on NCERT Guidelines - Part A : Statistics For Economics, Part B : Indian Economic Development –SBPD Publications

    Authors : Dr. Anupam Agarwal  Mrs. Sharad Agarwal                
  • ISBN: 978-93-81865-08-8
  • Edition: 2019-20
  • Language: English
  • Description : Strictly according to the latest syllabus prescribed by State Boards of Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Haryana, H.P. Chhattisgarh etc. following CBSE curriculum based on NCERT guidelines.


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Economics Class XI 

PART A : STATISTICS FOR ECONOMICS

Unit I : Introduction

1. What is Economics ?, 2. Statistics : Meaning, Scope and Importance.

Unit II : Collection, Organisation and Presentation of Data

3.Collection of Data : Primary and Secondary Data, 4. Methods of Data Collection : Census and Sampling Methods, 5. Some Important Sources of Secondary Data : Census and N.S.S.O.,  6.  Organization of Data : Classification, 7. Presentation of Data : Tables, 8. Diagrammatic Presentation of Data, 9. Graphic (Time Series and Frequency Distribution) Presentation of Data.

Unit III : Statistical Tools and Interpretation

10. Measures of Central Tendency: Arithmetic Average, 11. Measures of Central Tendency : Median and Mode, 12. Measures of Dispersion, 13. Correlation, 14. Index Number, 15. Some Mathematical Tools Used in Economics : Slope of a Line, Slope of a Curve and Equation of a Line.

Unit IV : Developing Projects in Economics          

16. Formation of Project in Economics.

PART B : INDIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Unit V : Development Experience, (1947-90) and Economic Reforms Since 1991

1. State of Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence, 2. Common Goals of Five Year Plans in India, 3. Agriculture—Features, Problems and Policies, 4. Industries : Features, Problems & Policies (Industrial Licensing etc.), 5. Foreign Trade of India—Features, Problems and Policies.

 Unit VI : Economic Reforms Since 1991

6.Economic Reforms in India—Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation (L.P.G.) Policies.

Unit VII : Current Challenges facing Indian Economy

7. Poverty and Main Programmes of Poverty Alleviation, 8. Rural Development : Key Issues, 9. Human Capital Formation, 10. Employment : Growth, Informalisation and Other Issues, 11. Inflation : Problems and Policies, 12. Infrastructure : Meaning and Types (Case Studies : Energy and Health), 13. Sustainable Economic Development and Environment.

Unit VIII : Development Experience of India

14.Development Experience of India : A Comparison with Pakistan & China.

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Examination Paper (JAC) with OMR Sheet.

Book Name Economics
Author/Authors Dr. Anupam Agarwal, Mrs. Sharad Agarwal
Book Code 4754
Edition 2019-20
Language English
Class XI
Page No. 516
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Economics Class XI 

PART A : STATISTICS FOR ECONOMICS

Unit I : Introduction

1. What is Economics ?, 2. Statistics : Meaning, Scope and Importance.

Unit II : Collection, Organisation and Presentation of Data

3.Collection of Data : Primary and Secondary Data, 4. Methods of Data Collection : Census and Sampling Methods, 5. Some Important Sources of Secondary Data : Census and N.S.S.O.,  6.  Organization of Data : Classification, 7. Presentation of Data : Tables, 8. Diagrammatic Presentation of Data, 9. Graphic (Time Series and Frequency Distribution) Presentation of Data.

Unit III : Statistical Tools and Interpretation

10. Measures of Central Tendency: Arithmetic Average, 11. Measures of Central Tendency : Median and Mode, 12. Measures of Dispersion, 13. Correlation, 14. Index Number, 15. Some Mathematical Tools Used in Economics : Slope of a Line, Slope of a Curve and Equation of a Line.

Unit IV : Developing Projects in Economics          

16. Formation of Project in Economics.

PART B : INDIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Unit V : Development Experience, (1947-90) and Economic Reforms Since 1991

1. State of Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence, 2. Common Goals of Five Year Plans in India, 3. Agriculture—Features, Problems and Policies, 4. Industries : Features, Problems & Policies (Industrial Licensing etc.), 5. Foreign Trade of India—Features, Problems and Policies.

 Unit VI : Economic Reforms Since 1991

6.Economic Reforms in India—Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation (L.P.G.) Policies.

Unit VII : Current Challenges facing Indian Economy

7. Poverty and Main Programmes of Poverty Alleviation, 8. Rural Development : Key Issues, 9. Human Capital Formation, 10. Employment : Growth, Informalisation and Other Issues, 11. Inflation : Problems and Policies, 12. Infrastructure : Meaning and Types (Case Studies : Energy and Health), 13. Sustainable Economic Development and Environment.

Unit VIII : Development Experience of India

14.Development Experience of India : A Comparison with Pakistan & China.

Log and Antilog Table   

lLatest Model Paper (BSEB)

Examination Paper (JAC) with OMR Sheet.

Book Name Economics
Author/Authors Dr. Anupam Agarwal, Mrs. Sharad Agarwal
Book Code 4754
Edition 2019-20
Language English
Class XI
Page No. 516
Bindings Paperback

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Economics Class XI 

PART A : STATISTICS FOR ECONOMICS

Unit I : Introduction

1. What is Economics ?, 2. Statistics : Meaning, Scope and Importance.

Unit II : Collection, Organisation and Presentation of Data

3.Collection of Data : Primary and Secondary Data, 4. Methods of Data Collection : Census and Sampling Methods, 5. Some Important Sources of Secondary Data : Census and N.S.S.O.,  6.  Organization of Data : Classification, 7. Presentation of Data : Tables, 8. Diagrammatic Presentation of Data, 9. Graphic (Time Series and Frequency Distribution) Presentation of Data.

Unit III : Statistical Tools and Interpretation

10. Measures of Central Tendency: Arithmetic Average, 11. Measures of Central Tendency : Median and Mode, 12. Measures of Dispersion, 13. Correlation, 14. Index Number, 15. Some Mathematical Tools Used in Economics : Slope of a Line, Slope of a Curve and Equation of a Line.

Unit IV : Developing Projects in Economics          

16. Formation of Project in Economics.

PART B : INDIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Unit V : Development Experience, (1947-90) and Economic Reforms Since 1991

1. State of Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence, 2. Common Goals of Five Year Plans in India, 3. Agriculture—Features, Problems and Policies, 4. Industries : Features, Problems & Policies (Industrial Licensing etc.), 5. Foreign Trade of India—Features, Problems and Policies.

 Unit VI : Economic Reforms Since 1991

6.Economic Reforms in India—Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation (L.P.G.) Policies.

Unit VII : Current Challenges facing Indian Economy

7. Poverty and Main Programmes of Poverty Alleviation, 8. Rural Development : Key Issues, 9. Human Capital Formation, 10. Employment : Growth, Informalisation and Other Issues, 11. Inflation : Problems and Policies, 12. Infrastructure : Meaning and Types (Case Studies : Energy and Health), 13. Sustainable Economic Development and Environment.

Unit VIII : Development Experience of India

14.Development Experience of India : A Comparison with Pakistan & China.

Log and Antilog Table   

lLatest Model Paper (BSEB)

Examination Paper (JAC) with OMR Sheet.

Book Name Economics
Author/Authors Dr. Anupam Agarwal, Mrs. Sharad Agarwal
Book Code 4754
Edition 2019-20
Language English
Class XI
Page No. 516
Bindings Paperback

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