ICSE Class 9 Economics Syllabus 2023-24
CISCE has released the Latest Updated Syllabus of the New Academic Session 2023-24, for class 9. Students must refer to www.cisce.org under the ‘Regulations and Syllabuses’ page for ICSE 2025.
Class 9th Syllabus has been revised and updated for the new session 2023-24. It’s very important for both Teachers and Students to understand the changes and strictly follow the topics covered in each subject for Class 9th.
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ICSE Economics Class 9 Latest Syllabus 2023-24
There will be one paper of two hours duration carrying 80 marks and Internal Assessment of 20 marks.
|1||Introduction to Economics||(i) Definition of Economics according to Adams, Robbins, Keynes and Samuelson.||Self-explanatory.||80|
|(ii) Micro & Macro Economics.||Meaning, difference and examples only.|
|(iii) Types of activities.||Economic and non-economic activities: meaning and examples; difference between Economic and non-economic activities.|
|(iv) Sectors in an Economy.||Primary, secondary and tertiary sectors: meaning and examples along with; differences.|
|(v) Basic Economic terms.||Meaning of the following economic terms: Wants, Goods, services, wealth, utility, production, consumption, sustainable consumption, factors of production, market, price, value, income, saving, wealth, welfare, economy.|
|(vi) Entities.||Government sectors, firms, households, foreign sector: meaning only.|
|2||Types of Economies||(i) On the basis of Nature.||Capitalist Economy, Socialist Economy, Mixed Economy – with reference to India (meaning and differences).|
|(ii) On the basis of Development.||Developed Economy and Developing Economy: meaning and differences.|
|(iii) Economic growth and development.||Meaning and differences.|
|3||Problems of an Economy||(i) Limited availability of Resources.||Meaning and types of resources with examples; meaning and examples of limited resources; an understanding of the basic economic problem - Human wants are unlimited in relation to limited resources that have alternative uses; need for efficient use of resources (brief understanding with an example.)|
|(ii) Central problems of an economy.||What to produce? How to produce? For whom to produce? - A brief understanding with examples.|
|4||The Indian Economy: A Study||(i) Primary Sector: Agriculture - contribution of agriculture; problems of Indian agriculture; government measures to increase agricultural production; Green revolution and its impact; food security.||(a) Agriculture and allied activities: meaning; contribution of agriculture to employment, industry, trade and self-sufficiency in food production: a brief understanding of the above.|
|(b) Problems of Indian Agriculture: a brief understanding of: limited use of technology, fragmentation of land holdings, dependence on monsoon, lack of rural credit facilities, inadequate storage & marketing facilities.|
|(c) Government measures to improve agricultural production: Use of High Yielding variety seeds, use of fertiliser and insecticides, Better irrigation facilities, Adoption of technology, Setting up of agricultural research centres and institutes, Provision & expansion of rural credit facilities. Provision of better storage and marketing facilities: a brief understanding of the above.|
|(d) Green Revolution: meaning and its positive impacts.|
|(e) Meaning of Food Security; role of Food Corporation of India(FCI).|
|(ii) Secondary: Industry: meaning and types; adverse impacts of industrialisation and measures to overcome adverse impacts.||(a) Meaning of Industry; a brief understanding of the interdependence of Agriculture and Industry.|
|(b) Types of Industries; large scale and medium scale Industries. Meaning, features and examples only. Cottage & Small-Scale Industries. Meaning, features and examples; significance with reference to India.|
|(c) Adverse impacts of industrialisation: a brief understanding of the adverse impacts with reference to industrial pollution and deforestation; measures to overcome the adverse impacts: Afforestation, Waste management.|
|(iii) Tertiary Sector: Education and Healthcare, Transportation, Banking, Insurance, Communication, Storage and Warehousing.||Role of each of the above in the economic development of the country in brief with the help of examples.|
|5||Major Problems of the Indian Economy||(i) Poverty||Meaning of poverty line - concept based on calorie intake; Relative and absolute poverty: meaning with examples; causes of poverty: any five causes of poverty to be discussed.|
|(ii) Unemployment||Meaning; Types: Seasonal, Structural, Technological: meaning and example of each.|
|Causes of unemployment- any five to be discussed.|
|(iii) Schemes and Programmes introduced by the government to remove poverty & unemployment.||Any two programmes to be studied with the objectives. For example, IRDP, JRY, PKVY, HRIDAY, MNREGA, etc.|
|6||Major Reforms and Emerging trends in the Indian Economy||(i) LPG Model||Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation: meaning of each term and its positive impact on the Indian economy.|
|(ii) Smart city||Concept of Smart city; Case Study: take one suitable example of a smart city and discuss the development taken place in the form of infrastructure development, reduction of unemployment, poverty alleviation, HR development and industrial development.|
|(iii) ‘Digital India’ and ‘Skill India’.||Case study of each of the above (not to be tested).|
|1||Internal Assessment||The minimum number of assignments:||One project/assignment as prescribed by the teacher from the syllabus.||20|
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