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Economics Class 10 ICSE CISCE Topics and Syllabus

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CISCE Syllabus For Class 10 Economics: Knowing the Syllabus is very important for the students of Class 10. Shaalaa has also provided a list of topics that every student needs to understand.

The CISCE Class 10 Economics syllabus for the academic year 2021-2022 is based on the Board's guidelines. Students should read the Class 10 Economics Syllabus to learn about the subject's subjects and subtopics.

Students will discover the unit names, chapters under each unit, and subtopics under each chapter in the CISCE Class 10 Economics Syllabus pdf 2021-2022. They will also receive a complete practical syllabus for Class 10 Economics in addition to this.

Academic year:

CISCE Class 10 Economics Revised Syllabus

CISCE Class 10 Economics and their Unit wise marks distribution

CISCE Class 10 Economics Course Structure 2021-2022 With Marking Scheme

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Syllabus

I The Productive Mechanism

Factors of production -. Land, labour, capital and entrepreneur. their impact on the production structure in an economy.

Factors of production

1. Land: meaning and characteristics, functions and its importance; factors affecting productivity of land.

2. Labour: meaning and characteristics; division of labour: meaning, types, advantages and disadvantages; efficiency of labour; meaning, reasons for low efficiency of Indian labour.

3. Capital: meaning, types and characteristics; Capital Formation; meaning, factors affecting capital formation; reasons for slow growth rate of capital formation.

4. Entrepreneur: meaning, functions and role of entrepreneur in economic development.

II Theory of Demand and Supply
2.1 Meaning of Demand and Supply

Law of demand and supply: demand and supply schedule and curve (both individual and market); movement and shift of the demand and supply curve; determinants of demand and supply; exceptions to the law of demand. 

The concept of Demand, types of demand and concept of supply are to be explained (with examples).

A basic understanding of the law of demand and supply in which demand and supply schedules are to be used to explain the demand and supply curves. The individual demand and supply curves must be distinguished from market demand and supply curves. Concept of movement and shift of Demand and Supply curves are to be explained. Determinants of demand and supply are to be specified. Exceptions to the law of demand are to be discussed.

2.2 Elasticity of Demand and Elasticity of Supply
  • Elasticity of Demand and Elasticity of Supply 

    meaning, types, percentage method of measuring the elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply, factors affecting the elasticity of demand and supply.

  • Elasticity of Demand 

    Elasticity of Demand

    • Elasticity along a Linear Demand Curve
    • Factors Determining Price Elasticity of Demand for a Good
    • Elasticity and Expenditure
    • Types of Elasticity of Demand
    1. Price Elasticity of Demand
    2. Income Elasticity of Demand
    3. Cross Elasticity of Demand
    4. Advertising Elasticity of Demand
    • Levels or Degrees of PriceElasticity of Demand
    • Determinants of Elasticity of Demand
    • Measurement of Elasticity of Demand
    • Importance of Elasticity of Demand

meaning, types, percentage method of measuring elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply, factors affecting elasticity of demand and supply.

The concept of price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply are to be explained with percentage method.  Factors affecting the elasticity of demand and supply are to be specified. (Numericals are not for testing).

III Public Finance
3.1 Meaning and Scope of Public Finance

Public Revenue; Taxes, types: direct and indirect taxes with their merits and demerits; Progressive, Proportional, Regressive and Degressive taxes (only meaning).

Explanation of the concepts of direct and indirect taxes along with examples. Comparison of the direct and indirect taxes with reference to their respective merits and demerits. Only an introduction to the concepts of progressive, proportional, regressive and degressive taxes is to be given to the students.

3.2 Public Expenditure

Meaning, and reasons for growth of public expenditure in recent times.

3.3  Public Debt

Meaning and  types  of public debt.

IV Money and Banking
4.1 Money

Barter system. Evolution of Money, meaning  and  functions of Money; Inflation- meaning, types: effects of inflation on the functioning of the economy (in brief).

A basic understanding of the inconvenience of Barter system and evolution of money. Meaning and Functions  of money, Meaning of inflation and its variants - cost-push, demand-pull, creeping, walking, running and hyperinflation are to be given (No graphs required). The impact of inflation on various economic entities such as producers creditors, debtors, fixed income groups are to be explained briefly.

4.2 Banking

Commercial Banks: functions; credit creation (in brief); Nationalisation vs. Privatisation of Banks. Central Bank:  functions; Quantitative and Qualitative credit control measures adopted by RBI.

An explanation of functions of a commercial bank and the meaning of credit creation is needed (process not required). Types of  qualitative and quantitative controls used by the RBI as part of its credit control measures are to be explained.

V Consumer Awareness

Ways in which consumer is exploited.  Reasons for exploitation of consumers.  Growth of consumer awareness – consumer rights – Legal measures available to protect consumers from being exploited – (COPRA, RTI).
 

Understanding the importance of educating consumers of their rights - awareness of food adulteration and its harmful effects.
 

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