CBSE Sample Question Papers for Class 11 Economics Set E with Answers are now available for download in PDF format. CBSE Sample Paper is provided below with answers as per the guidelines of CBSE board marking scheme.

Central Board of Secondary Education Board Exam Sample Question Paper for Class 11 is given here. CBSE Class 11 Economics Sample Paper gives an idea of question paper pattern and marking scheme.

CBSE Sample for Class 11 Economics (Solved) – Set E

Economics Question Paper will include a section on Open Case Studies based-questions on two case studies, each from Part A and Part B of 5 marks, a total of 10 marks. These case studies will be supplied to students in advance. These case studies are designed to test the analytical and higher order thinking skills of the student. All the questions in the paper are compulsory. Please note that the paper given here is only a sample. Set E of Solved CBSE Sample Paper for Class 11 Economics is given below with its solutions.

Sample Question Paper

1. Which of the following statements is incorrect? Read the statements and give the answer. (HOTS)

(a) Primary data is original material that is collected by the investigator,
(b) Secondary data refers to that data which is collected through other sources such as articles, magazines & international journals.
(c) A portion, piece or segment that is representative of a whole population is called sample.
(d) Direct personal investigation does not ensure a high degree of accuracy of an investigation.

2. Statistical calculation in classified data is based on which of the following:

(a) The class mid-points
(b) The upper-class limit
(c) The actual values of observations.
(d) The lower class limit,

3. The class mid-point is equal to which of the following: (HOTS)

(a) The average of the upper-class limit & the lower class limit,
(b) The ratio of the upper-class limit & the lower class limit.
(c) The product of upper-class limit & lower class limit.
(d) None of these.

4. Which two types of industries are included in the production industry?
(a) Authorized & unauthorized
(b) Registered & unregistered
(c) Scheduled & unscheduled
(d) Primary & secondary.

5. When was the first Industrial policy announced?
(a) 1936
(b) 1940
(c) 1942
(d) 1948.

6. Do sample provide better results than that of survey ?’ Illustrate your answer with reasons.

7. Which measures of dispersion are the best and how?

8. What should be the challenges before the government relating to women empowerment?

9. What do you mean by mid-value? Give example.

10. What do you understand by cumulative frequency distribution? Explain with example.

11. Explain the composition of India’s foreign trade.

12. Explain the main elements of green revolution.

13. Discuss briefly the role of micro-credit in meeting the credit requirements of the poor. [HOTS]

14. Explain the necessity and usefulness of diagrammatic representation of data.

15. Marks obtained in Maths & Economics obtained by six students are given below. Calculate rank correlation.

Students A B C D E F
Ranks in Maths 85 60 55 65 75 90
Ranks in Economics 60 48 49 50 55 62

16. Explain any four measures taken by the government to improve agricultural marketing?

17. Is it necessary to generate employment in the formal sector? Why? [HOTS]

18. State any four pressing environmental concerns of India. Correction for environmental damages involves opportunity costs. Explain.

19. Calculate Karl Pearson’s correlation coefficient from the following data:

X 78 89 97 69 59 79 68 61
Y 125 137 156 112 107 136 123 108

20. Unplanned, unbalanced and undirected development was the characteristics of Indian economy at the time of independence, Detail out. [HOTS)

21. From the following, find out which group is more uniform.

Age Group  (Years) No. of Persons
Group  A Group  B
0-10 5 7
10-20 15 12
20-30 20 22
30-40 25 30
40-50 18 20
50-60 10 5
60-70 7 4

22. Credit availability In the light of growing banking system & easy accessibility is still a distant dream of the poor, rural farmers. Losses of the Public Sector Banks (PSBs) due to rise in NPA (Non-Performing Assets) have dropped the incentive of Banks in allocating their money to rural credit in absence of government intervention. Suggest the possible route map ahead & the value involved. [VaIue Based]

23. Infrastructure contributes to the economic development of a country. Do you agree with this? Discuss your answer in detail.

24. The three-dimensional attack on poverty adopted by the government has not succeeded in poverty alleviation in India, comment.

25. Identify six factors contributing to land degradation in India.

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