CBSE Class 11-commerce Syllabus

  • Economics  |  View Syllabus

    • Statistics for Economics

      Introduction

      Collection of Data

      Organisation of Data

      Presentation of Data

      Measures of Central Tendency

      Measures of Dispersion

      Measures of Correlation

      Index Numbers

    • Microeconomics

      Introduction to Microeconomics

      • Economic Systems and their Central Problems
      • Production Possibility Curve

      Theory of Consumer Behaviour

      • Consumer Equilibrium through Utility Analysis
      • Consumer Equilibrium through Ordinal Approach
      • Demand, Movements and Shifts in Demand Curve
      • Elasticity of Demand

      Production and Costs

      • Production Theories and Concept of TP, AP and MP
      • Returns to a Factor
      • Concepts of Cost & Revenue

      The Theory of the Firm under Perfect Competition

      • Market Forms and Perfect Competition
      • Producer's Equilibrium: TR-TC and MR-MC Approaches
      • Concept of Supply & Elasticity

      Market Equilibrium

      • Market Equilibrium, Price Ceiling and Price Floor
      • Market Equilibrium under Fixed Number of Firms
  • Accountancy  |  View Syllabus

    • Accountancy Part I

      Accounting Procedures - Rules of Debit and Credit

      • Balancing of an Account
      • Classification of Accounts
      • Meaning of an Account and Rules for Debit and Credit

      Provisions and Reserves

      • Provisions - Meaning, Importance and Objectives
      • Reserves - Meaning, Importance and Types

      Origin of Transactions - Source Documents and Preparation of Vouchers

      • Introduction to Source Documents
      • Vouchers-Meaning and Types

      Accounting for Bills of Exchange

      • Bill of Exchange - Dishonour of a bill
      • Bill of Exchange - Meaning and Importance
      • Bill of Exchange - Renewal and Retiring of a bill
      • Bills of Exchange - Accounting Treatment/Entries
      • Bills of Exchange - Important Terms
      • Promissory Note - Meaning and Importance

      Journal

      • Discount and Rebate
      • Journal - Meaning and Steps in Journalising
      • Journal Entries - Specific Transactions
      • Journal Entries - Types and Opening Entry

      Rectification of Errors

      • Classification of Errors
      • Detection and Rectification of Errors

      Ledger

      • Introduction to Ledger
      • Posting and Balancing of Accounts

      Special Purpose Books I - Cash Book

      • Cash Book - Meaning and Types
      • Petty Cash Book - Meaning and Types

      Basic Accounting Terms

      • Basic Accounting Terms - I
      • Basic Accounting Terms - II
      • Basic Accounting Terms - III
      • Basic Accounting Terms - IV
      • Other Important Terms

      Special Purpose Books II - Other Books

      • Journal Proper or General Journal
      • Purchases and Sales Book
      • Purchases Return and Sales Return Book

      Theory Base of Accounting, Accounting Standards and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

      • Accounting Standards (AS)
      • Fundamental Accounting Assumptions
      • Introduction to Accounting Principles

      Trial Balance

      • Introduction to Trial Balance
      • Preparation of a Trial Balance

      Bases of Accounting

      • Accrual Basis of Accounting
      • Cash Basis of Accounting

      Accounting Equation

      • Introduction to Accounting Equation
      • Rules for Accounting Equation

      Depreciation

      • Depreciation - Methods of Computing
      • Depreciation - Methods of Recording (Accounting) and Asset Disposal Account
      • Depreciation - Objectives and Basis of Providing
      • Introduction to Depreciation

      Introduction to Accounting

      • Accounting - Overview
      • Accounting Information- Meaning, Users and Qualitative Characteristics
      • Introduction to Book-Keeping and Accounting
      • Nature, Need and Process of Accouting
      • Characteristics, Branches and Terms of Accounting

      Bank Reconciliation Statement

      • Bank Reconciliation Statement with adjusted Cash Book
      • BRS- When Favourable Balance as per Cash Book given
      • BRS- When Favourable Balance as per Pass Book given
      • BRS- When Unfavourable (Overdraft) Balance as per Cash Book given
      • BRS- When Unfavourable (Overdraft) Balance as per Pass Book given
      • Introduction to Bank Reconciliation Statement
      • Meaning and Purpose of Bank Reconciliation
      • Preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statement
    • Accountancy Part II

      Financial Statements of Sole Proprietorship

      • Balance Sheet
      • Classification of Expenditure and Receipts as Capital and Revenue
      • Comprehensive Problems
      • Grouping and Marshalling of Assets and Liabilities
      • Introduction to Financial Statements
      • Methods of Presenting of Financial Statements
      • Profit and Loss Account
      • Trading Account

      Adjustments in Preparation of Financial Statements

      • Bad Debts, Provision for Doubtful Debts and Provision for Discount on Debtors
      • Closing Stock, Outstanding Expenses and Prepaid Expenses
      • Comprehensive Problems
      • Goods taken for Personal Use, Goods distributed for Staff Welfare and Abnormal or Accidental Losses
      • Manager's Commission and Interest on Capital
      • Outstanding Income, Unearned Income and Depreciation

      Accounts from Incomplete Records - Single Entry System

      • Conversion Method and Preparation of Final Accounts
      • Introduction to Single Entry System
      • Net Worth Method and Preparation of Statement of Affairs

      Financial Statements I

      • Introduction to Financial Statements

      Application of Computers in Accounting

      • Evolution of Computerised Accounting System
      • Meaning and Elements of Computer System
  • Business Studies  |  View Syllabus

    • Nature and Purpose of Business

      Forms of Business Organisation

      Private, Public and Global Enterprises

      Business Services

      Emerging Modes of Business

      Social Responsibility of Business and Business Ethics

      Sources of Business Finance

      Small Business

      Internal Trade

      International Business

  • Mathematics  |  View Syllabus

    • Sets

      • Set Notations
      • Subsets and Supersets
      • Operations on Sets
      • Algebra of Sets
      • Counting Theorems

      Relations and Functions

      • Cartesian Product of Sets
      • Relations
      • Functions
      • Graphs and Algebra of Functions

      Trigonometric Functions

      • Degree Measure and Radian Measure
      • Graphs of Trigonometric Functions
      • Trigonometric Equations
      • Sign of Trigonometric Functions
      • Multiple Angle Formulae
      • Advanced Trigonometric Formulae
      • Sum and Difference Formulae
      • Basic Trigonometric Formulae
      • Introduction to Trigonometric Functions
      • Sine and Cosine Laws

      Principle of Mathematical Induction

      • Introduction to Mathematical Induction
      • Applications of Mathematical Induction

      Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations

      • Introduction to Complex Numbers
      • Geometry of Complex Numbers
      • Quadratic Equations
      • Square Root of A Complex Number

      Linear Inequalities

      • Linear Inequalities : One Variable
      • Linear Inequalities : 1 and 2 Variables
      • Graphical Solutions
      • Word Problems : Linear Inequalities

      Permutations and Combinations

      • Fundamental Principle of Counting
      • Permutations: Distinct Objects
      • Permutations: Non Distinct Objects
      • Combinations
      • Applications of Permutations and Combinations

      Binomial Theorem

      • Binomial Theorem for Positive Index
      • General Terms in Binomial Expansion

      Sequences and Series

      • Introduction to Sequences
      • Arithmetic Progressions
      • Arithmetic Mean
      • Geometric Progressions
      • Sum to Infinity of A GP
      • Relation Between AM and GM
      • Special Sequences and Series

      Straight Lines

      • Basic Concepts of 2D Geometry
      • Slope of a Line
      • Various Forms of Equation of A Line
      • Normal and General Form of A Line
      • Distance Between Lines
      • Shifting of Origin

      Conic Sections

      • Circles
      • Parabola
      • Ellipse
      • Hyperbola

      Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry

      • Introduction to 3-D Geometry
      • Distance Formula:3-D Geometry
      • Section Formula: 3- D Geometry

      Limits and Derivatives

      • Introduction and Algebra of Limits
      • Limits of Rational Functions
      • Limits of Trigonometric Functions
      • Logarithmic and Exponential Limits
      • Infinite Limits
      • Meaning of Derivatives
      • Sum and Difference Rule
      • Product and Quotient Rule

      Mathematical Reasoning

      • Mathematical Statements
      • Implications and Validating of Statements

      Statistics

      • Mean Deviation
      • Variance and Standard Deviation
      • Coefficient of Variation

      Probability

      • Introduction to Probability
      • Axiomatic Probability
      • Problems on Probability
  • Hindi  |  View Syllabus