BRIDGE COURSE - ECONOMICS

 

BRIDGE COURSE - ECONOMICS 

CLASS XI

S NO

Name of the Topic

Objective

Areas to be covered 

Suggested  Methodology

Teaching Aids

Time

1

Correlation

Understand the concepts  of correlation, to analyse  measurement of correlation.

Defination, Types of Correlation, Methods of Measuring Corelation, Numerical expalnation.Karl Pearson’s  Coefficient of correlation,Spearman's Rank Correlation Method.

Lecture method &  Activity Method

Black Board,  Power Point Presentation.

90 Minutes

2

Measures of  Central Tendency

Understand the concept of Central Tendency, identify various methods to measure Central Tendency, understand the concept of Mean,   Median, Mode.

Defination of Mean, Median, Mode. (with numerical expalnation)

Activity Method & Lecture Method

Power Point  Presentation, charts

90 Minutes

3

Index Number

Understand the importance  of Index number and problem in constructing  index number.

Defination, Types of Index Number, Simple and weighted index number, Simple Aggregative method, simple average of price relatives method Weighted average of price related method, Importance & Problems in construction of Index number

Lecture method & Activity Method

Chalk, black board 

90Minutes

4

Measure of Dispersion

Understand the various types  of dispersion.

Defination,Absoulte measures- Range, Quartile  deviation, Mean deviation, Standard Deviation. Relative Measures- Co effcient of Range, Quartile Deviation, Mean deviation, Standard deviation. Lorenze Curve.

Lecture method

Slide show, Black  board.

90 Minutes

5

New Economic Policy

Understand the reform policies introduced in 1991 and be aware of reform process.

Need of Economic reforms.Defination and measures of Liberalisation, Globlisation and Privatisation. Positive and Negative impact of Reforms.

Lecture Method

Power Point  Presentation

60 Minutes

6

Human Capital Formation

To understand the role of Human Capital Formation in Economic development of the country.

Concept, Source of Human capital formation-Education. Health, Housing etc.

Lecture cum interaction with students

Slide show

45 Minutes

7

Collection of Data

Students will be able to  understand the meaning and purpose of data collection, students will be familier with the sample and census methods of collecting data.

Meaning of Primary, secondary, census and  sampling method. sources of secondary data. Personal interview, questionnaire,Telephone interview.Difference between Primary and secondary data and Census and sampling methods

Lecture cum  interaction with students

Power point presentation.

45 Minutes

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