All over the country, there are many state education boards, and one of them is the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE). Every year lakhs of students participate in the exams of Class 12. So, today here we will discuss the whole syllabus of Class 12 but only if you are a student of Arts.
A strategy to prepare yourself for any exam is the most important factor when you are going to sit in any exam. But how will you strategize for exams? So, for that, first, you need to search for the syllabus of that particular exam. However, all the students have already been informed regarding the syllabus but for your comfort, it is available here too. Keep scrolling to know the syllabus of WBCHSE Class 12 Arts syllabus.
WBCHSE Class 12 Course Overview
|STREAMS||Arts, Science, and Commerce|
|EDUCATION BOARD||WBCHSE (West Bengal Council Of Higher Secondary Education0|
|GOVERNMENT||West Bengal Government|
WBCHSE Class 12 Arts Syllabus
In WBCHSE, there are many subjects under the arts stream. There is Political Science, History, Sociology, Psychology, Home Science, etc. Actually, Arts is the only stream in which you will study everything including science and finance for a home. So now, here is the syllabus of all the subjects under the Arts stream, check it out now:
|2.||International Relations in the Post-Second World War Period|
|5.||Some Major Political Doctrines|
|6.||Organs of Government|
|7.||Executive in India|
|8.||Legislature in India|
|9.||Judiciary in India|
|Project Work (some suggested areas)|
i) Survey and observation on the functioning of Gram Panchayat,
Panchayat Samiti, or Zilla Parishad, Borough Committee,
Municipality, Ward Committee, etc.
ii) Women’s participation at the local level of politics
iii) Functioning of legislative Assembly (If possible)
|1.||Remembering the past|
A: Imagine the past: myths, legends and folk-tales, memory, and oral traditions.
B: Inheritance of the past: the colonial constructions, Indigenous imaginations.
C: Importance of History as a professional discipline- Methods of “Modern” History writing.
|2.||Situating colonialism and imperialism in the 19th & 20th Centuries|
A: Brief overview of 7th & 18th-century colonization in Asia & the New World.
B: Economic Dynamics of Imperialism and Colonialism; from Mercantile Capital to Industrial & Finance Capital. Hobson – Lenin thesis on Colonialism and Imperialism.
C: The Political Basis of Colonialism: The necessity of controlling areas on which the imperialist country was economically dependent.
D: The Question of Race and its Impact on Colonial Societies.
|3.||The Nature of the Colonial Dominance: formal and Informal Empires|
A: Case Study 1: India- as a ‘colonized’ state
B: Case Study 2: China – where economic exploitation flourished
without formal political control of the imperialist countries
|4.||Reaction to Imperialistic Hegemony|
C: Migration of indentured laborers
|5.||Governing the Colonial State of India|
|6.||The Second World War and the Colonies|
A: India, 1940-46
B: Japan and the Second World War
C: Changed situation in the European colonial in S.E. Asia,
e.g. Indochina and Indonesia.
|7.||The Era of the Cold War|
A: The Cold War
B: The Nuclear Arms Race and Peace Initiatives
D: The Arab World
E: People’s Republic of China: Its rise and place in World Politics.
A: Definition of the term; social, political, and economic implications manifestations; development programs and Nation building.
B: Africa: case study – Algeria.
C: South-east Asia: case study – Indonesia.
D: Nation-building in South Asia
|9.||The New World|
(For Project Work-on any one topic, 750-800 words)
A: Interaction of Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces
B: Movements of Protest and Dissent
HOME MANAGEMENT & FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
|1.||The Management Process in Family Living|
A. The process of management
B. Decision making
A. Management of Time
B. Management of Energy
C. Work simplification
|3.||Management of Family Income|
C. Fundamentals of banking
|4.||Adolescence & Adulthood|
|5.||Meal planning for the family|
|7.||The organization of work in the home|
|9.||Consumer and Extension Education|
A. Consumer Education
B. Extension Education
Record Book- 10
|2.||SOCIAL INFLUENCE AND GROUP PROCESSES|
|3.||ATTITUDE AND SOCIAL COGNITION|
|9.||ENVIRONMENT AND BEHAVIOUR|
|10.||STATISTICS IN PSYCHOLOGY|
Problem – 10 Marks
Lab. Notebook – 5 Marks
Viva voce – 5 Marks
Project – 10 Marks
|1.||Sociology in India|
|2.||Indian Society: Structure and Process|
|3.||Changes in Social Structure|
|4.||Contemporary Social Issues|
1) Recent trends in the family pattern
2) Caste in Literature
3) Corruption: Recent Legislation
4) Women’s Movements
5) Environmental Issues
6) Role of mass media in social life
How To Download The Syllabus Of WBCHSE Class 12?
We have mentioned all the steps to follow while downloading the syllabus for WBCHSE Class 12.
- Got to the official site of WBCHSE (wbchse.nic.in)
- On the right side there will be a Syllabus tab, click on it.
- Then select and download the syllabus of your class.
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