Syllabus and Exam Weightage for Class 12 Entrepreneurship

Below is the syllabus drafted according to the new pattern for CBSE Class 12 Entrepreneurship. Extramarks provides the best quality learning material for CBSE Entrepreneurship Class 12. Entrepreneurship CBSE Class 12 is a highly interesting subject. This pattern for CBSE Class 12 Entrepreneurship topics may appear to be a little difficult for students. Students need an easy way to understand and learn CBSE Class 12 Entrepreneurship. Here is an introduction to the topics of Entrepreneurship Class 12 CBSE.

1. There are three major categories of entrepreneurial activities: manufacturing, trading and service delivery.
2. Business is an economic activity of production. 
3. Economic activities are undertaken to earn monetary benefits.
4. Activities carried out of love and affection and not in order to gain monetary benefits are called non-economic activities.
5. There are three major business forms: Public Sector, Private Sector, Joint Sector, etc. 
6. Partnership: It is based on the idea that two heads are better than one.
7. A Business Plan is a fully written plan prepared by the Entrepreneurship.
8. Company plane is sub-plans of various business sources, relating to— Sales— Accounting— Services — Human — Legal 
9. An entrepreneur prepares a business plan with the help of experts & practitioners from diverse fields.
10. Four-credit C's are Character, Cash Flow, Collateral, and Capital. 
11. The basic components/parts of a business plan are as follows, depending on the experience, knowledge, and purpose of the entrepreneurs.
— Executive summary— Business review— Project description — Development strategy— Operational plan — Organizational plan— Sales plan — Manpower plan 
12. The executive summary highlights the key provisions in the business plan in a concrete and convincing way, yet stimulates potential investors that the whole plan is worth reading.
13.  The purpose of the development schedule is to organize the job in such a way as to take every step in the right place, the right degree, the right time and in an efficient manner.
14. The soul of the business plan is the operating schedule.
15. Organizational strategy is that section of the business plan that outlines the form of ownership of the planned company.
16. A financial plan is a projection of the financial data on the potential investment commitment required for the enterprise's new venture and economic feasibility.
17. Entrepreneurs need to pay adequate and proper attention to human resource planning to build loyal, efficient and dedicated staff.
18. A marketing plan is a guideline to be followed by any company regarding marketing goals, strategies and activities.

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