Course Content

20 sections • 29 lectures
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Chapter 1 - Circular Flow of Income (Macroeconomics)
9 lectures • 2h 59min
Circular Flow of Income
Circular Flow of Motion - Chapter Overview
Classification of Goods
Consumer Goods or Consumption Goods
Types of Goods - Capital, Final & Intermediate
Meaning of Circular Flow of Income
Circular Flow in Different Economy
Stocks and Flows
Leakages and Injections
Chapter 2 - Basic Concepts of Macroeconomics (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 0h 31min
Basic Concepts of Macroeconomics
Chapter 3 - National Income and Its Aggregates (Macroeconomics)
2 lectures • 1h 9min
National Income and Its Aggregates
National Income and Its Aggregates (Numericals)
Chapter 4 - Measurement of National Income (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 2h 20min
Measurement of National Income
Chapter 5 - Money (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 1h 4min
Money
Chapter 6 - Banking (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 1h 16min
Banking
Chapter 7 - Aggregate Demand and Related Concepts (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 2h 20min
Aggregate Demand and Related Concepts
Chapter 8 - Income Determination and Multiplier (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 0h 30min
Income Determination and Multiplier
Chapter 9 - Excess and Deficient Demand (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 0h 44min
Excess and Deficient Demand
Chapter 10 - Government Budget and The Economy (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 1h 38min
Government Budget and The Economy
Chapter 11 - Foreign Exchange Rate (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 1h 14min
Foreign Exchange Rate
Chapter 12 - Balance of Payment (Macroeconomics)
1 lectures • 0h 28min
Balance of Payment
Chapter 1 - Indian Economy on the eve of Independence (IED)
1 lectures • 0h 52min
Indian Economy on the eve of Independence
Chapter 2 - Indian Economy 1950-1990 (IED)
1 lectures • 0h 42min
Indian Economy 1950-1990
Chapter 3 - Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation (IED)
1 lectures • 2h 24min
Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation
Chapter 5 - Human Capital Formation (IED)
1 lectures • 0h 55min
Human Capital Formation
Chapter 6 - Rural Development (IED)
1 lectures • 1h 45min
Rural Development
Chapter 7 - Employment, Informalisation and Other Issues (IED)
1 lectures • 0h 58min
Employment, Informalisation and Other Issues
Chapter 9 - Environment and Sustainable Development (IED)
1 lectures • 2h 27min
Environment and Sustainable Development
Chapter 10 - Comparative Development Experience (IED)
1 lectures • 0h 56min
Comparative Development Experience

Description

The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) is a national level board of education in India that provides curriculum for schools following the CBSE syllabus. The NCERT (National Council of Educational Research and Training) is an autonomous organization that provides support and advice to the CBSE in developing their curriculum. In terms of Macroeconomics, the CBSE class 12 syllabus covers a range of topics including national income, money and banking, inflation, balance of payments, and government budget and the economy. Some key concepts that are typically covered in a class 12 macroeconomics course include: Gross domestic product (GDP) and how it is used to measure the size and growth of an economy The factors of production (land, labor, capital, and entrepreneurship) and how they are used to produce goods and services The role of the money supply, interest rates, and inflation in the economy The effects of government policies on the economy, such as fiscal policy (taxes and government spending) and monetary policy (control of the money supply and interest rates) The balance of payments and exchange rates, and how they affect international trade It is recommended that students studying macroeconomics at the class 12 level have a strong foundation in microeconomics (the study of individual economic agents and their interactions), as well as a good understanding of basic algebra and graphing. Students should also be prepared to engage in critical thinking and analysis, as macroeconomics involves understanding complex systems and how they interact.

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Mr. Vijay Thakre
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Mr. Vijay Thakre has successfully completed his undergraduate education with a Bachelors degree in Commerce (B.Com), and Bachelors degree in Education (B.Ed.). Additionally, he has earned a Masters degree in Economics (M.A.) to further expand his knowledge and expertise in the field. With his extensive academic background, Mr. Thakre has gained over 12 years of teaching experience in the subject of Economics. He has been imparting his knowledge to students through his engaging teaching style, which has helped him establish a strong reputation as an excellent teacher. Through his vast experience, Mr. Thakre has been able to develop a deep understanding of the subject matter and has been successful in guiding his students towards academic excellence in Economics.