ICSE Class 10 Commercial Studies Syllabus 2023-24
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ICSE Commercial Studies Class 10 Latest Syllabus 2023-24
There will be one written paper of two hours duration carrying 80 marks and Internal Assessment of 20 marks.
The paper will be divided into two sections A and B.
Section A (Compulsory) will consist of questions requiring short answers and will cover the entire syllabus. There will be no choice of questions.
Section B will consist of questions, which will require detailed answers. There will be a choice and candidates will be required to answer four questions from this section.
|1||Stakeholders in Commercial Organisations||(a) Meaning of stakeholder, types||Internal (shareholder, employee and employer – meaning of each) and External stakeholders (supplier, creditor, government and society – meaning of each); differences between internal and external stakeholders.||80|
|(b) Expectations of employers||(owners and managers), employees, creditors and suppliers, government and society from a commercial organization.|
|2||Marketing and Sales||(a) Marketing||Meaning and objectives of marketing. Difference between marketing and sales.|
|(b) Product and service||Meaning and difference between a product and a service (with examples).|
|(c) Pricing||Meaning and objectives|
|(d) Advertising and Sales promotion||Advertising: meaning, importance of advertising: merits and demerits, difference between advertising and publicity. Advertising Agency; meaning and functions only, Social advertising media - Concept and examples only.|
|Sales promotion – meaning and techniques; difference between advertising and sales promotion.|
|(e) Consumer Protection||Consumer Protection Act (2019); features of the Act, rights of a consumer, Consumer exploitation; meaning and types, Importance of consumer awareness.|
|(f) E-commerce||Introduction and benefits over traditional methods of transactions, E-tailing, E-advertising, E-marketing and E-security (meaning only). ERP and its modules (brief concept).|
|3||Finance and Accounting||(a) Capital and Revenue||Capital and revenue receipts, capital and revenue expenditure (meaning, difference and examples) deferred revenue expenditure (meaning and examples)|
|(b) Final accounts of Sole Proprietorship||Meaning and preparation of Trading account, Profit and Loss account and Balance sheet based on the given trial balance with the adjustment of closing stock only.|
|(Preparation of manufacturing account, profit and loss on sale of assets, intangible and fictitious assets, prepaid and accrued expenses and incomes are excluded.)|
|(c) Costs||Fundamental concept of Cost Classification of costs- based on behaviour (fixed, variable, semi-variable), nature (direct, indirect).|
|(d) Budgeting||Meaning and utility of budgeting; comparison between budgeting and forecasting; types of budgets: sales, production, cash, purchase and master – meaning only.|
|(e) Sources of Finance||(i) Capital Market||Meaning and functions of Capital Market.|
|(ii) Sources of raising capital.||Long term: Meaning of shares (Types; preference and equity) and debentures, differences between the two.|
|Short term: loans from commercial banks (cash credit, overdraft, discounting of bills – meaning only).|
|4||Human Resources||Recruitment, selection and training.||(a) Recruitment||meaning; sources: internal and external; advantages and disadvantages of internal and external sources.|
|(b) Selection||meaning and steps, types of selection tests.|
|(c) Training||meaning, objectives and methods of training (on the job and off the job).|
|Industrial relations and trade unions.||Industrial relations: Meaning and objectives;Trade Unions: Meaning and Functions.|
|Social Security||Concept of Social Security; brief reference to Provident Fund, Gratuity, Pension, Group Insurance and Maternity Benefits. New Pension Scheme.(Acts are not required).|
|5||Logistics||Meaning of logistics and its classification.|
|(a) Transportation||Modes of transportation: land (road and rail), air and water; merits and demerits of each.|
|(b) Warehousing||Meaning, importance and types (public, private and bonded – meaning only).|
|(c) Insurance||Meaning; Types of insurance: Life insurance, General insurance; (Fire, Health and Marine - meaning only) principles of insurance.|
|6||Banking||(a) Central Bank||Central Bank: Meaning and functions, Difference between the Central Bank and Commercial Banks.|
|(b) Internet Banking||Modes of transferring money / Net Banking: NEFT, RTGS, IMPS, mobile wallets: meaning only.|
|ATM, Credit & Debit cards- meaning & difference, caution to be taken while using these cards.|
|(c) Financial fraudulent practices||Credit card fraud, false accounting, insurance fraud, intellectual property fraud, internet and cyber fraud. A brief understanding of these types of financial fraud.|
|7||Government initiativesin Environment Protection||(i)Environment (Protection)Act,1986||Features of the act.|
|(ii)Central Pollution Control Board||Functions only.|
|INTERNAL ASSESSMENT||A minimum of three assignments are to be done during the year, as assigned by the teacher.||20|
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