CBSE 12th Accountancy Question Paper: Download Pdf

CBSE 12th Accountancy paper was held on 6th March 2019 by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on the various exam centers of across India. There were 300000+ students, who attempted the CBSE 12th Accountancy Board exam 2019. Read about their experience of the exam in the below article.

As, per the schedule, the question papers were distributed at 10:15 AM and the exam started at 10:30 AM. The maximum marks carried by the paper was 80 with a time duration of 3 hours. Here, in this article CBSE 12th Accountancy 2019 Solved paper is given in pdf format. Also, check the marks distribution, reviews and feedback below.

Marks Distribution in CBSE Class 12 Accountancy Paper 2019

The question paper of CBSE 12th Accountancy 2019 Exam was divided into two major sections i.e. Section-A and Section-B. Section A contained 17 questions and all the questions were compulsory.

Section-B has two options i.e Option I & option II, carrying 6 questions each. Students were instructed to attempt only one option of Section B.

All parts of a question should be attempted at one place

No.Units / ChapterMarks
1Introduction (2 questions) 1SA (1), 1VSA(3)4
2Consumer Equilibrium and Demand (6 questions) 2VSA, 1SA (3 marks), 2 SA (4 marks), 1 long (6)18
3Producer Behaviour and Supply (5 questions) 1 long (6), 1 VSA, 1SA (3) 2 SA (4)18
4Forms of Market and Price determination (3 questions) 1 Long (6), 1 VSA (1), 1 SA (3)10
5National income and related aggregates (4 questions) 1 Long (6), 3 SA (3)15
6Money and Banking (2 questions) 1 Long (6), 2 VSA (1)8
7Determination of Income and employment (4 questions) 1 Long (6), 1 SA (4), 2 VSA (1)12
8Government Budget and the economy (2 questions) 2 SA (4)8
9Balance of Payment (3 questions) 1 VSA (1), 2 SA (3)7
Total100

There were 17 questions in Section A (i.e. 1 to 17), in which

  • Question number 1 to 6 carried one mark
  • Question number 7 to 10 carried three marks
  • Question number 11 and 12 carried four marks
  • Question number 13 to 15 carried six marks
  • Question number 16 and 17 carried eight marks

There were 6 questions in Section B (i.e. 18 to 23), in which

  • Question number 18 and 19 carried one marks
  • Question number 20 and 22 carried four marks
  • Question number 23 carried six marks

Feedback of students For CBSE Accountancy Exam 2019:

  • The difficulty level of the question paper: Easy but lengthy
  • Paper was easier than last year

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