Download the NCERT Economics book of Class 11 CBSE titled Indian Economic development.This is a latest revised edition of book published by NCERT.
Chapter wise book is given below , you can select the chapter and view it
The book is divided into 4 parts and have 11 chapters
UNIT 1 DEVELOPMENT POLICIES AND EXPERIENCE (1947-90)
Chapter 2 INDIAN ECONOMY 1950-1990
Unit 2 ECONOMIC REFORMS SINCE 1991
Unit 3 CURRENT CHALLENGES FACING THE INDIAN ECONOMY
Chapter 4 POVERTY
Chapter 5 HUMAN CAPITAL FORMATION IN INDIA
Chapter 6 RURAL DEVELOPMENT
Chapter 8 INFRASTRUCTURE
Chapter 9 ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Unit 4 : DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCES OF INDIA: A COMPARISON WITH NEIGHBOURS
The main objective of this Economics book for class 11 , Indian Economic Development, is to expose the learners to some of the key issues facing the Indian economy. In this process, as young adults, they are expected to be sensitised about these issues, appreciate and learn to critically assess the role of the government in various economic spheres. The book also provides opportunities for knowing what economic resources are and how these resources are being utilised in different sectors. The learners are also exposed to numerical information relating to various aspects of Indian economy and India’s economic policies. They are expected to develop analytical skills, interpret the economic events and visualise the economic future of India. Nevertheless, conscious effort has been made not to burden the learner with concepts and data.
With regard to various economic issues and trends, this book attempts to bring out alternative views on every issue so that students can engage themselves in well-informed debates. On completion of the course, Indian Economic Development, the learners are expected to acquire skills to understand macroeconomic events which occur around them, and to critically evaluate and interpret the relevant information provided by the media
This course comprises of many activities with each chapter. The students have to carry out such activities under the guidance of their teachers. In fact, the role of the teacher in enriching the understanding of the Indian economy is greater in this course. The activities include classroom discussions, collecting information from government documents such as Economic Survey, archival materials, from newspapers, television and others sources. Learners should also be encouraged to read the works of scholars on various topics
Besides the relatively conventional ‘Exercises’, each chapter has ‘Suggested Additional Activities’ at the end and ‘Work This/ These Out’ as part of the text; the more elaborate of these can be treated as projects. Teachers need to encourage the learners to explore beyond the text while attempting these activities.
For the first time, each chapter has been briefly summed up in the ‘Recap’ to facilitate learning. Also, please take note that sources for all tables have not been given with the table as these tables were sourced from various research materials which have been covered under ‘References’ for each chapter.
the prime objective of this course on Indian economy is to introduce the basic macro issues of the Indian economy to the student community and to initiate a well-informed debate on our economy