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Course SummaryReview the fun lessons in this short course to strengthen your knowledge of the business studies topics you could see on the ISC Business Studies exam. Benefit from short quizzes and practice exams that can gauge your comprehension and ensure you're ready to take and pass the exam.
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About This Course
This entertaining online course simplifies the process of studying for the ISC Business Studies exam. Study short and engaging lessons to learn more about topics that include office automation, effective office communication, the modern office and authority in an office. Accompanying the lessons are mini quizzes designed to test your understanding of the concepts they cover. Practice exams are also available to find out how much you comprehend about each chapter and the entire course. Completing this study guide will help you better understand the following:
- Basics of the modern office
- Office organization and accommodation
- Responsibility and authority in the office
- Office reprography, automation and records management
- Hiring and staff
- Needs theory and employee morale and motivation
- Staff leadership and effective office communication
- Methods of office communication and staff appraisal and promotion in India
- Business meetings
About the Exam
The ISC Business Studies exam is one of several exam options available to students interested in earning an Indian School Certificate (ISC). Candidates must have completed a two-year course of studies beyond the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ISCE) Examination to take the exam. The ISC Business Studies exam assesses candidates' comprehension of the basic structure and functions of a business and the functional aspects of an office. It is divided into two parts and lasts 3 hours. Part I consists of 30 total marks and Part II consists of 70 total marks. Students must earn a minimum of 40% marks to pass. The dates and centres of examination are arranged by Heads of Schools.
ISC Business Studies Exam Preparation & Registration
The lessons in this course closely examine important business studies topics to help boost your confidence as you prepare to take the ISC Business Studies exam. Make sure you understand organizational charts, office manuals, records indexing, staff remuneration, staff promotion and dismissal in India and much more. Take multiple-choice lesson quizzes to check your understanding of these concepts. Use chapter exams and a final course exam to get a broader review of the lessons. Enjoy around-the-clock access to these resources from any smartphone, tablet or computer.
Candidates taking the exam must be registered online in Class XI. Specific conditions of entry are required, including a minimum of 75% attendance during each year of the two-year course. It's good to note that private candidates cannot appear for the examination. When taking the exam, candidates must bring and use black ink pens to answer questions. If withdrawal from the exam is necessary due to illness or at the written request of the candidate's parent or legal guardian, only Heads of Schools can complete the process.
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