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# CBSE Class XI Economics 2015 (Set 2) Commerce Notes | EduRev

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CBSE Class XI Economics

Time : 3:30 Hrs. M.M. M.M. 90
General Instructions:
a) All question in both the sections are compulsory.
b) Marks for questions are indicted against each.
c) Questions No. 1-3 and 13-14 are very short answer questions carrying 1 mark each. They
are required to be answered in one sentence each.
d) Questions No. 4 – 8 and 15—18 are short answer questions carrying 3 marks each. Answer
to them should not normally exceed 60 words each.
e) Questions No. 9 and 19-20 are also short answer questions carrying 4 marks each.
Answer to them should not normally exceed 70 words each.
f) Questions No. 10-12 and 21-23 are long answer questions carrying 6 marks each. Answer to
them should not to exceed 100 words each.
g) Questions No. 24 is OTBA carrying 10 marks (5 marks each).

SECTION-A

Q1. Which of the following is an economic activity (1)
a) Consumption
b) Production
c) Distribution
d) All the above

Q2. The formula for Karl Peason’s coefficient of correlation is: (1)

Q3. Formula for measuring rate of inflation is : (1)

Q4. Give three limitations of statistics. (3)

Q5. Draw a Histogram from the following date. (3)

 X F 0-10 6 10-20 10 20-30 16 30-40 20 40-50 08 50-60 06

Q6. Determine the median of the following series. (3)

 X 5 6 8 4 7 9 10 F 4 3 2 5 6 6 9

Q7. Distinguish between absolute and relative measure of dispersion. (3)
OR
Calculate simple arithmetic mean from the following date –

 X 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 F 2 5 9 10 12 7 3 2

Q8. Calculate the value of Mode graphically from the following date -- (3)

 X 0-5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 25-30 F 6 10 20 12 8 4

Q9. a) Distinguish between positive correlation and negative correlation. (2)
b) Give two merits an two demerits of arithmetic mean. (2)
OR
Calculate standard deviation of the following data (4)

 X F 10 2 15 4 20 6 25 3 30 5

Q10. What do you mean by Index numbers? Discuss the importance of Index numbers. (6)

Q11. Determine Karl Pearson Co-efficient of correlation of the following data. (6)

 X 23 31 18 21 36 20 Y 16 18 20 24 22 28

OR
Calculate the rank coefficient of correlation of the following data (6)

 X 78 36 98 25 75 82 92 62 65 Y 84 51 91 60 68 62 86 58 35

Q12. Represent the following date with help of Pie diagram. (6)

 ITEM PERCENTAGE EXPENDITURE Labour 25 Bricks 15 Cement 20 Steel 15 Timber 10 Supervision 15

Q13. The main source of foreign direct investment in India isa) Mauritius
b) USA
c) England
d) Germany

Q14. The head office of World bank is located ata) Manila
b) Washington
c) New York
d) Geneva

Q15. Were there any positive contributions made by the British in India? Discuss (3)

Q16. What do you understand by the drain of Indian wealth during the colonial period? (3)

Q17. Explain how import substitution can protect domestic industry. (3)
OR
Explain how import substitution can protect domestic industry. (3)

Q18. Explain the salient demographic indicators of China, Pakistan and India (3)

Q19. What do you understand by globalization? Give its main features. (4)

Q20. Explain any four features of Indian economy before independence (4)
OR
What were the main causes of India’s agricultural stagnation during the colonial period?

Q21. Agriculture sector appears to be adversely affected by the reform process. Why (6)
OR
Why were economic reforms introduced in India in 1991?

Q22. What was the similarities between the developmental strategies adopted by India and Pakistan. How China Strategy was different than those of India and Pakistan.

Q23.a) Explain the Great Leap Forward campaign of Chine as initiated in 1958.
b) Describe the path of development initiatives taken by the Pakistan for its economic
development. (3)

SECTION : OPEN TEXT BASED ASSESSMENT (OTBA)
Questions:
Instruction for students:

Q1. These equations are based on one of the themes provided to you by the board.

Q2. Please ensure that you get a copy of the relevant themes from the school to refer while answering the questions.

Q3. Each question carries 05 marks

Q4. The suggested word limit for the questions is 100 – 200 words.
Theme ---- 1: Oil Pricing Policy in India
a) The demand for petrol in increasing continuously. As a result our import bill of oil is
rising fast. What should be done to overcome this problem? (5)

Theme 2: A Critical Analysis of farmers conditions in Punjab
a) Why do majority of the farmer in Punjab prefer to avail loans from moneylenders despite of high interest rates charged by them? (5)

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