CBSE Class 12 Board Exams: Tips for Business Studies
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 boards are scheduled to begin in March. We bring before you few pointers for the Business Studies subject and some important areas to cover.
Business Studies, Class 12, CBSE
First understand how many marks are allotted to each chapter.
PART A: Principles and Functions of Management
Introduction to Management: 5 marks
Principles of Management: 6 marks
Business Environment: 5 marks
Planning: 6 marks
Organizing: 8 marks
Staffing: 6 marks
Directing: 8 marks
Controlling: 6 marks
PART B: Business Finance and Marketing
Financial Management: 12 marks
Financial Markets: 8 marks
Marketing Management: 14 marks
Consumer Protection: 6 marks
PART C: Project: 10 marks
Total: 100 marks
Tips to follow:
During the reading time of 15 minutes, read the question paper carefully and check out the marks assigned to each question. Plan and organise your answers before writing. No internal choice will be provided in any question (1, 3, 4, 5 and 6 markers)
In a question with words like 'Enumerate', 'Outline', 'State' or 'List', write explanatory points
Depending on the marks, you should write the number of points. For 1 mark questions, write answer in one or two lines. For 3 marks
questions, write three points (with explanation). For 4 marks questions, write 4 points (with explanation), etc.
Attempt all the questions
Leave some time for revision
Give examples wherever possible
In questions where process or steps are asked, write all points whether it is for 3, 4, 5 or 6 marks
Questions asking for 'Distinguish' or 'Differentiate' should be written in a table form
Give diagrammatic representation of answer wherever necessary. Example: Scalar Chain, Communication Networks, Controlling process,
Functional structure, Divisional structure etc.