Financial Market Management in CBSE schools

CBSE introduced Financial Market Management in order to promote employment opportunities. It was started in the year 2007 for the first time in India at 10+2 level. It was a revolutionary step by introducing Professional Competency Education or Occupation Oriented programme at higher secondary level. MyCBSEguide provides you all the details on this topic for … Read more

CBSE Class 12 Question Papers 2010

Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi has uploaded Last year question papers of March 2010 examinations. Students can download these previous year Question Papers from CBSE official website. The links to these papers are provided below: Question Papers for Board Examinations 2010 (CLASS XII) ACCOMMODATION SERVICES 2 ACCOUNTANCY ACCOUNTING FOR BUSINESS-II ADVANCE FOOD PREPARATION … Read more

CBSE Syllabus Financial Market Management (FMM) for class XI and XII Revised

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had launched a new course on Financial Markets Management (FMM) in collaboration with National Stock Exchange (NSE) as joint certification program under vocational education at senior secondary level from the academic session 2007-08. Also see article on Financial Market Management in CBSE schools Though, in India, there are about … Read more

Practical Examination for Introduction to Financial Markets – I for 11th class

One of the very strong salient features of FMM is development of employable skills. The success of FMM will depend upon whether students on completion of this course are able to acquire necessary competence and skills for financial markets.

In Stock and Commodity Markets, both speed and accuracy are extremely important. Due to globalisation, entry of FIIs (Foreign Institutional Investors), instant spread of information (impacting the share prices) through electronic and print media such as T.V. channels, Internet, introduction of futures and options, the share and commodity markets have become highly volatile.

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Financial Market Management–Implementation guidelines


The FMM consists of three compulsory Professional subjects each in classes XI & XII in addition to two academic electives one of which must be a language. Though not compulsory, the students offering this package may be advised to offer Functional English for language-1.  For the second elective there are 3 optional academic subjects. The students may further opt for an additional sixth subject which can either be a language or an academic or a professional subject at the elective level, in order to ensure vertical mobility for pursuing higher studies, if necessary. 

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