[Updated] 2nd Term Deleted Economics Syllabus class 12 CBSE 2021-22

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Confused what is the deleted topics in the syllabus of Economics Class 12 CBSE Board 2021-22.

As we already know the CBSE Board announced a 30% reduction in the syllabus of economics for session 2021-22.

I have summed up chapter-wise deleted topics of Economics class 12 for the CBSE Board.

All comparison screenshots of the previous year and current year syllabus are attached.

2nd Term Deleted syllabus of Economics Class 12 CBSE Board 2021-22

Following are the deleted topics chapter-wise of economics class 12.

Term – 2
MacroeconomicsDeleted Syllabus
UnitsChapter
National Income and Related AggregatesNational Income and Related Aggregates GDP Deflator
Determination of Income and EmploymentDetermination of Income and Employment No Deduction
Indian Economic DevelopmentDeleted Syllabus
UnitsChapter
Current challenges facing Indian Economy1. Employment
2. Infrastructure
3. Sustainable Economic Development
Infrastructure:-
Case Studies on Energy: Problems and Policies-A critical assessment
Development Experience of India:Development Experience of India:
No Deduction

Comparisons of 2020-21 syllabus of Economics with 2021-22 1st Term with screen shots

1. National Income and Related Aggregates

Read Here:- Important MCQs of Foreign Exchange Rate chapter class 12

2. Determination of Income and Employment

3. Current Challenges Facing Indian Economy

Read Here:- Important MCQs of Balance of Payments Chapter of Class 12

4. Development Experience of India:

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