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IDENTIFY THE NEEDS TO DEVELOP A NEED BASED PROGRAMME OF BUSINESS STUDIES AT +2 LEVEL

    1 Author(s):  PARVEEN KUMAR

Vol -  7, Issue- 8 ,         Page(s) : 206 - 212  (2016 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Abstract In the present set up, during the first ten years of schooling, students are not given formal instructions of Business Studies subject. Many contents of the present syllabus of Business Studies do not fall in the Structure and the Process of Business. At the same time additional contents will have to be added to make the course contents according to the Structure and the Process of Business. Against this background it becomes necessary at plus two level that instructions of this subject enables the students to have command on the contents consisting of the Structure and the Process of Business. This paper explores the needs to develop a need based programme of Business Studies at +2 level of school education. Curriculum for any school discipline should be developed keeping in view the objectives of its teaching. The increasing complexity of Business Organizations in the present day would make it obligatory for students to be conversant with the exact Structure and the Process of Business

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