[Updated] Term – 2 Business Studies Syllabus class 12 CBSE 2021-22

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Don’t worry, your search ends here. I have summed the chapter-wise syllabus of Business Studies in detail for 2nd term class 12 for CBSE Board 2021-22.

As we all know in July 2021, Board decided to reduce the 30% syllabus of Business Studies and change the Paper Pattern.

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Paper Pattern of Business Studies for 2nd Term class 12 CBSE 2021-22

Paper PatternComprehensive
Question TypeMCQs, Case/Situation-Based, Short and long answer Questions, and Case Study.
Time2 Hours

Syllabus of Business Studies Term – 2 class 12 CBSE Board 2021-22

Theory: 40 Marks
Project: 10 Marks

Time:- 2 Hour

UnitsSubjective Question PaperMarks
Part – APrinciples and Functions of Management
1.
2.
3.
Staffing
Directing
Controlling
20
Sub Total20
Part – BBusiness Finance and Marketing
9.
10.
Financial Management
Financial Markets
15
costumer Protection05
Sub Total20
Total40
PROJECT WORK (PART 2)10

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Term 2: Principles and Functions of Management

Unit 6: Staffing

Concept and importance of staffing Understand the concept of staffing.
 Explain the importance of staffing
Staffing process Describe the steps in the process of staffing
Recruitment process Understand the meaning of recruitment.
 Discuss the sources of recruitment.
 Explain the merits and demerits of internal and external sources of recruitment.
Selection – process Understand the meaning of selection.
 Describe the steps involved in the process of selection.
Training and Development – Concept and
importance, Methods of training – on the
job and off the job – vestibule training,
apprenticeship training and internship
training
 Understand the concept of training and development.
 Appreciate the importance of training to the organisation and to the employees.
 Discuss the meaning of induction training, vestibule training, apprenticeship training and
internship training.
 Differentiate between training and development.
 Discuss on the job and off the job methods of training.

Unit 7: Directing

Concept and importance Describe the concept of directing.
 Discuss the importance of directing
Elements of Directing Describe the various elements of directing
Motivation – concept, Maslow’s hierarchy of
needs, Financial and non-financial
incentives
 Understand the concept of motivation.
 Develop an understanding of Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs.
 Discuss the various financial and non-financial incentives.
Leadership – concept, styles – authoritative,
democratic and laissez faire
 Understand the concept of leadership.
 Understand the various styles of leadership.
Communication – concept, formal and
informal communication
 Understand the concept of communication
 Understand the elements of the communication process.
 Discuss the concept of formal and informal communication.

Unit 8: Controlling

Controlling – Concept and importance Understand the concept of controlling.
 Explain the importance of controlling.
Steps in process of control Discuss the steps in the process of controlling.

Part B: Business Finance and Marketing

Unit 9: Financial Management

Concept, role and objectives of Financial
Management
 Understand the concept of financial management.
 Explain the role of financial management in an organization.
 Discuss the objectives of financial management
Financial decisions: investment, financing
and dividend- Meaning and factors
affecting
 Discuss the three financial decisions and the factors affecting them.
Financial Planning – concept and
importance
 Describe the concept of financial planning and its objectives.
 Explain the importance of financial planning.
Capital Structure – concept and factors
affecting capital structure
 Understand the concept of capital structure.
 Describe the factors determining the choice of an appropriate capital
structure of a company.
Fixed and Working Capital – Concept and
factors affecting their requirements
 Understand the concept of fixed and working capital.
 Describe the factors determining the requirements of fixed and
working capital.

Unit 10: Financial Markets

Financial Markets: Concept, Functions and
types
 Understand the concept of financial
market.
 Explain the functions of financial
market.
 Understand capital market and
money market as types of financial
markets.
Money market and its instruments Understand the concept of money
market.
 Describe the various money market
instruments
Capital market: concept, types (primary and
secondary), methods of floatation in the
primary market
 Discuss the concept of capital
market.
 Explain primary and secondary
markets as types of capital market.
 Differentiate between capital
market and money market.
 Discuss the methods of floating
new issues in the primary market.
 Distinguish between primary and
secondary markets.
Stock Exchange – Meaning, Functions and trading
procedure
 Give the meaning of a stock
exchange.
 Explain the functions of a stock
exchange.
 Discuss the trading procedure in a
stock exchange.
 Give the meaning of depository
services and demat account as
used in the trading procedure of
securities.
Securities and Exchange Board of India
(SEBI) – objectives and functions
 State the objectives of SEBI.
 Explain the functions of SEBI.

Unit 12: Consumer Protection

Concept and importance of consumer
protection
 Understand the concept of consumer protection.
 Describe the importance of consumer protection.
 Discuss the scope of Consumer Protection Act, 1986
The Consumer Protection Act, 2019:
Source:
http://egazette.nic.in/WriteReadData/2
019/210422.pdf
Meaning of consumer Rights and
responsibilities of consumers Who can
file a complaint?
Redressal machinery
Remedies available
 Understand the concept of a consumer according to the
Consumer protection Act 2019.
 Explain the consumer rights
 Understand the responsibilities of consumers
 Understand who can file a complaint and against whom?
 Discuss the legal redressal machinery under Consumer
protection Act 2019.
 Examine the remedies available to the consumer under Consumer
protection Act 2019s.
Consumer awareness – Role of consumer
organizations and Non-Governmental
Organizations (NGOs)
 Describe the role of consumer organizations and NGOs in
protecting consumers’ interests.

PROJECT WORK IN BUSINESS STUDIES (ONLY ONE PROJECT): GUIDELINES AS GIVEN IN CLASS XII CURRICULUM

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