CBSE Class 12 Economics Answer Key 2021; 15 December Term 1 Paper Insight and Difficulty Explained

Students who appear in CBSE Class 12 Economics paper now can check the unofficial answer key and question paper analysis shared by the exam experts below. The Economics subject-code 30 term 1 exam is reportedly held successfully.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Dec 15, 2021 13:31 IST
CBSE Class 12 Economics Answer Key 2021; 15 December Term 1 Paper Insight and Difficulty Explained
CBSE Class 12 Economics Term 1 Exam Over with Difficult Level- Paper Analysis here

CBSE Class 12 Economics Answer Key 2021: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday, December 15, successfully conducts the Class 12 Economics term-1 exam. As the 90-minutes duration paper is over, educators start sharing their views on the paper difficulty. Students who appear in the class 12 Economics paper now can check the exam insight and unofficial answer key.

Based on the media reports, the Class 12 Economics (030) exam is held successfully at all the exam centres while maintaining social distancing. Further, students while sharing their views on the exam reported that the question paper consisted of 60 multiple-choice questions of which 50 were to be attempted. Based on the bifurcated syllabus, questions have been asked from two units- Introductory Macroeconomics and Indian Economic Development.

While elaborating on the difficulty level it is found that the Economics paper was a bit difficult than the level defined in the modal papers.

CBSE Class 12 Economics Paper, Answer key

It should be noted that the official answer key of term-1 exams will be released by the CBSE board on its site cbse.nic.in. The key will be released officially after December 22, the date when the board will conclude term 1 exams. Hence, the students are asked to keep a check at the official site for answer key related announcements.

In section-A, questions carrying 18 marks were asked from topics including- Money & Banking, Government Budget, and Economy, Balance of Payments, While 12 marks questions were based on Indian Economy, Liberalisation, Privatisation, and Globalisation, etc. Section C contained questions based on Poverty, Human Capital, and Rural Development.

  • Introductory Macroeconomics: 18 marks (moderate level).
  • Indian Economic Development: 22 marks (moderate to difficult level).

There were a total of 60 questions in this paper out of which 50 questions were to be attempted. The Economics paper was divided into three sections- A, B, and C. As per the paper insight, section A contains 24 questions of which 20 questions were compulsory. Similarly in section B, of the total 24 questions, 20 questions had to be attempted. While in section C, a total of 12 questions were asked, of them 10 were mandatory to attempt. Students were given a total of 90 minutes to attempt all questions.

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Based on the CBSE term-1 board exam scheme, the total marks in the Economics paper are 40. All questions carry equal marks and without any negative marking for wrong answers.

The paper analysis and experts' views on today's CBSE Class 12 Economics paper are being shared by Adda247 School a pioneer Board exam educator. Students can check solutions and their opinions on the examination sharp at 1:30 pm.

The central board has conducted Class XII exams for 11 subjects (including Economics) for term-1. Next, the board will be conduct Hindi Elective (002) and Hindi Core (302) exams on December 16. The term-1 class 12 exams for major subjects will conclude with the Home Science paper on December 22.