Class 12 Economics Project

Class 12 Economics Project

Class 12 economics project plays an essential role in students’ life. However, a few students would be nervous about how and what to prepare for the project. This uncertainty of how to complete the project leads to the imitation of projects from peers.

It is a general issue where students weigh a project as a burden and do not pay attention to how to prepare it. If you are encountering a similar obstacle, the best thing to begin with is to analyse a sample project. Here, we have given three sample economics projects for Class 12, which can be downloaded as PDFs.

These sample projects will certainly assist all those students who really want to have a summary of what an economics project looks like. They will completely answer all your questions about the different things we should contemplate while preparing an economics project. The whole project is of 20 marks. To be well aware of the entire economics syllabus for Class 12, click here.

Economics Project for Class 12 Download Free PDFs:

Name of the projectDownload Links
Passing on Benefits of GST to ConsumerDownload
Impact of GST on FDIDownload
Indirect Impact of GST on Income TaxDownload
Self Help GroupDownload

Economics Project Guidelines

While selecting your concept of the project, a few basic factors are to be kept in mind:

  1. Be well aware of your topic.
  2. Your project must be different by at least 40%. Cut short the long story.
  3. Do not exaggerate. It is important to include everything associated with your topic. A topic on demand might lead you to behavioural economics; however, that is not important. Focus on the specific features and do not make it too long.
  4. Take guidelines from your professor.

Here are some of the best economics project ideas for Class 12 students:

  •  Imperfect competition and Market failure
  •  Non-performing asset and Central Bank’s procedures to recover it
  •  Theories of the long-run supply curve (Not recommended if you are not thoroughly versed in basics of macroeconomics)
  •   RBI’s policies to curb inflation and appreciate currency value
  •  Central Bank’s functions with special reference to RBI
  •  Causes and potential solutions for adverse balance of payments
  •   The shift of India’s growth parameters from agricultural to manufacturing and service sectors over a period of 50 years
  •  Derivation of the demand curve from Hicksian and Slutsky income and substitution effects
  •  Theories of utility (Ordinal and Cardinal approach)
  •   Banking sector reforms
  •   The growth of India’s automobile sector in the last 20 years with special reference to FDI
  •   Import substitution vs Export promotion
  •   Tax reforms and basic principles of taxation/double taxation on savings
  •   Impact of macroeconomic variables on values of currencies
  •   Opportunity cost
  •   Price determination
  •   Production: Returns to a factor
  •   Demand and its determinants
  •   Monopolistic competition
  •   Monopoly

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