CBSE Class 12 Economics marking scheme, evaluation process for 2015

CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2015: CBSE Class 12 Economics marking scheme, evaluation process for 2015

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The CBSE Class 12 Economics will be conducted today March 19, according to CBSE guidelines the marking scheme of class 12 Economics is given for proper evaluation process and for students to understand the marking pattern. The class 12 Economics of CBSE is of 100 marks. Students of CBSE class 12 of Economics should note that they should concentrate on the questions on the graphs asked in economics paper.READ: CBSE Class 12 Board Exam on March 20: Important topics, instructions for CBSE Class 12 economics board exam 2015)

 

CBSE Class 12 Economics marking scheme, evaluation process for 2015

The CBSE Class 12 Economics will be conducted today March 20, according to CBSE guidelines the marking scheme of class 12 Economics is given for proper evaluation process and for students to understand the marking pattern. The class 12 Economics of CBSE is of 100 marks. Students of CBSE class 12 of Economics should note that they should concentrate on the questions on the graphs asked in economics paper.

The Knowlege(K) section of CBSE class 12 Economics paper is of 30% percent marks while 50% marks is based on Understanding. The application (A) process is about 20 % based. The weightage to form of questions is Long Answer(LA), Short Answer (SA I), Short Answer (SA II) and very Short Answer. The number of long answer questions asked in the CBSE class 12 Economics paper is 6. The marks of each of the 6 questions is 6 marks which is of 36 marks. It is estimated that long answers will take 66 minutes. The short answers (S.A.I) will have about 8 questions and will be of 4 marks each. The estimated time students are expected to solve is 56 minutes.

The short answers (SA.II) portion of CBSE class 12 portion of CBSE Economics paper is 8 and the marks of each questions if 3. The total marks will be 24 marks. It is ideal that students dedicated about 40 minutes for revision and there are 2 very short answer which are of four parts. The marks for each question is 1 and the total marks for the section is 8. Students should allot about 8 minutes for the section. A student is expected to keep about 10 minutes for revision purpose.

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