In this article, we are going to analyse CBSE 2016 Class 12 Accountancy paper. You can also download the paper from here.
CBSE 2016 Class 12 Accountancy paper was conducted on 17th March 2016. The paper as per most of the students was easy in difficulty level. The pattern was pretty much same as followed in previous years. The main point of this year’s accountancy paper was more focus on Shares.
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CBSE 2016 Class 12 Accountancy- Complete Analysis
This is a complete analysis of Accountancy paper of class 12 under the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE). There was a difficulty level in the question paper to some extent. In the below data the pattern of the paper and the topics that have been majorly repeated is thoroughly discussed. Hence go through the below information and help yourself with the necessary information.
The accountancy paper is one of the main subjects of the commerce stream for students. It is also a very scoring subject, provided the concepts are clear and the formulas remembered by heart.
CBSE 2016 Class 12 Accountancy- Difficulty level
Most of the students with whom Vagupu experts spoke with; unanimously agreed that the paper was lengthy. While some found it easy, others had difficulty in tackling the questions. “Paper was too lengthy and so many students left in tears. They were not able to complete it on time and the calculations were tricky though paper was simple,” says experts from the team.
Although the question paper was a bit lengthy to solve there were no out of syllabus questions. Most of the students found the paper to be easy and hence, and they are expecting to score good marks at least above 75 marks.
CBSE 2016 Class 12 Accountancy- Pattern
The paper comprised of two parts, part A and part B and part C
|Part A||Accounting for Partnership Firms and Companies|
|Unit 1. Accounting for Partnership Firms||35|
|Unit 2. Accounting for Companies||25|
|Part B||Financial Statement Analysis|
|Unit 3. Analysis of Financial Statements||12|
|Unit 4. Cash Flow Statement||8|
|Part C||Computerised Accounting||20|
CBSE 2016 Class 12 Accountancy- Important Topics
The students said that there were questions from ‘shares’ while they were expecting from ‘dissolution in partnership’.
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