Quick Recap of topic

Dear students

It is very essential to understand and remember the topics and their explanations in this subject .

You can quickly recap the topic done by writing the

  1. Main points 
  2. Sub points and 
  3.  Key words 
Check the picture below for the Recap note made by my student Muskaan Gupta of the important topic of the Chapter 11 (Marketing management )

The word L Denotes Long Channels

The word S Denotes Short Channels

Also check the ACRONYM mentioned in Red Oval (By taking first word of various factors)

ACRONYM for Factors affecting channels of distribution is PM-CCE
ACRONYM for Product related factors is N-CUP
ACRONYM for Market related factors is GSS ( Well the whole class never forget this one as it is short form of name of one student of our class Guruvansh Singh Suri )


So for revising topics, try making these type of notes after learning .
Happy learning .

Syllabus for year 2018-19

Dear students

Kindly check the latest syllabus (Year 2018-19) including project guidelines

As compare to last year two changes are there:
1. Topic of Demonetization added in chapter 3 (Business environment)
2. Student has to do only one project this time (earlier it was two projects)

Click here for syllabus 

TACTICS TO SCORE WELL IN BUSINESS STUDIES PAPER


TACTICS TO SCORE WELL IN BUSINESS STUDIES PAPER
BY MRS. KAVITA SACHDEVA
Business Studies Teacher at DAV School, Paschim Enclave, New Delhi


I. GETTING READY
*Take proper sleep at night, at least 7 hours.
* Stop studying at 9am.
* Remember to take all stationary n Admit Card to d centre
MUST SEEK BLESSINGS FROM ELDERS AND GOD!!
II. TIME MANAGEMENT
* Utilise reading time optimally.
*In case studies, READ STATEMENT OF QUESTIONS FIRST AND THEN THE CASE, IT SAVES A LOT OF TIME.
*Preferably read paper in Reverse Order n decide/identify firmly the Concepts/Topics to b written in 6 and 5 Marks questions.
* Use Mantra of 2 Minutes for 1 Mark.
* In other words, each 6 Marks question must b done in approx 12 minutes, 5 marks question in 10 minutes n so on.(Follow it as much as possible)
* This will save 20 minutes for Revision.
III. ATTEMPTING THE PAPER
*MUST ATTEMPT ALL THE QUESTIONS (Cross-check twice that all questions are completed)
*Preferably Attempt the Paper in Reverse order...6m, 5m.....and so on.
*Give header 6 MARKS QUESTIONS, before beginning last three questions...and so on.
* Must write OPENING STATEMENT before attempting all questions (specially 4/5/6 marks questions)
* Make DIAGRAMS, TABLES, NOTATIONS, PICTORIAL PRESENTATION AND CHARTS as much as possible in the paper( along with ensuring that paper is completed well in time)
* Make such diagrams and tables before beginning explanation.
* Do UNDERLINE all important point headings, key words and statements/phrases that you are confident of.
* In case identification, quoting lines and explanation, all three are asked in one question, preferably PRESENT IT IN TABULAR FORM.
* Give examples as much as possible.
* Give appropriate SPACING between points and questions. Preferably begin each 5 and 6 Marks question from new page.
* While quoting lines, do mention the important words or phrases that helped you in identifying the concept. Do not miss those key words in....... between first few and last few words.
* Quoted lines must be written in "...".
*WRITE QUESTION NUMBER VERY CLEARLY
*Attempt one question only ONCE.
* DO NOT USE UNFAIR MEANS.
VERY IMPORTANT TIP
In case you feel confused in two concepts, in rarest of situations, give both concepts along with justification for them, to be on safer side.

DIRECTIONS FOR CANDIDATES APPEARING FOR CBSE BOARD EXAMS


DIRECTIONS FOR CANDIDATES APPEARING FOR CBSE BOARD EXAMS




1. Prepare yourself one night before:
  • Your uniform.
  • Pack your bag.
  •  Keep admit card & required stationery (pen, pencil, eraser, ruler, geometry           box etc.)
  • Remember only blue black or royal blue pen/ball point can be used
  •  Keep one copy of admit card at home.

2. Sleep early, at least for 8 hours.

3. Get up in time and relax.
  •  Breathe deep, Meditate. 
  • Warm up your brain & stay calm.
  •  Pray to God.
  • Take blessings of elders.

4. Eat a light home cooked breakfast.

5. Wear a watch (which tells only time)

6. Carry a water bottle with you.

7. Check yourself/pockets before entering the examination room. Do not cheat or indulge in unfair means which may lead to cancellation of paper or disqualification from examination.

8. Allow ample time to arrive:
  • Reach the centre 1 hour before the time specified for commencement of exam. On the first day i.e. by 0900hrs and by 0930hrs on the subsequent days.
  • By 10:00 AM all students should be in the examination room.
  • 10:15 AM - 10:30 AM Reading time
  • 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM Writing time.

9. In examination hall be careful:
  • Answer Sheet must be provided to you at 10 AM sharp. Fill the OMR sheet (on front of Answer sheet) very carefully and even take help of the examiner to ask for details to fill that OMR. Write Roll number and other other details referring to your Admit Card.
  •  At 10:15 AM sharp you will be getting Question Paper. Read the Question Paper for 15 minutes, do not mark anything on the question paper.
        All the best !

CONTRIBUTED BY TEACHERS OF COMMERCE TEACHER’S GROUP

To-do List for Exam revision


Dear Students

Board exams are just around the corner for most of us and, in addition to learning the material you’ve been taught all year, you should learn how to manage your time well while revising so that you get those top grades you’ve been working hard for.

Your first exam is on 5th March, 2018 for English  and your next paper is Business Studies (9th March, 2018).So you have three days for preparation and revision of this subject
You must have designed your own strategy to utilize these three days judicially.
You can follow the strategy given below. You are free to make any modifications or changes in this strategy according to your requirement.

    1. On 5th March evening after exam and little rest do revision of chapters (at least 2) in which you are comfortable (like Consumer Protection and Controlling or any other chapter which you feel is easy ) . Read NCERT Book thoroughly, Try direct, indirect, few application based questions and case studies .Make Mind Maps (write headings and sub headings )after revising chapter.
     Keep on writing or underlining your stumbling blocks (the topics where you are facing difficulty in remembering) while doing  all the chapters .
2  2. On 6th March do revision of 5 chapters at least in same manner.
3  3. On 7th March, do revision of remaining 5 chapters in same manner.
    4.  On 8th March, 2018. After finishing all 12 chapters, Learn,Revise and go through the list of stumbling blocks created by you while doing chapters.
      Do try at least 5-6 Sample papers by writing only heading and sub heading of answers (no explanations) . After doing this you will get an idea about topics or chapters which you still need to revise.

Business studies is a scoring subject. Have faith in your preparations and you.All the best!