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TSBSE Class 12 Commerce Question Paper 2019

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Class 12 Commerce TSBSE Question Paper 2019 - Free PDF Download

The fear of the board exams is natural when a lot is left to be prepared in a short period.  Looking for concise study materials online becomes a major challenge in a short period. However, you made the right choice in visiting us. At Vedantu, you will find solutions to the TSBSE Class 12 Commerce Paper 2019 and also for the previous years’ question papers.

The solutions to the previous years’ question papers increase the student’s ability to understand each step. Students can catch all the concepts with ease. The solutions prepared by our subject experts are ideal for quick and continuous board exam preparation. 

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Key Features of The TSBSE Commerce Exam 2019

Class 12 Commerce Paper is of two parts, namely, Part-A and B.

Part-A is the theoretical part carrying 80 marks, and Part-B is of 20 marks. 

It is divided into seven sections, namely, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. 

Let’s look at the weightage of each section:

Part - A

Section

No. of Questions Provided

No. of Questions to Be Attempted

Marks Allotted for Each Question

Total Marks

A

3

2

10

20

B

6

4

5

20

C

8

5

2

10


Part- B - Calculation Part

Section

No. of Questions

No. of Questions to Be Attempted

Marks Allotted for Each Question

Total Marks

D

1

1

20

20

E

1

1

10

10

F

4

2

5

10

G

8

5

2

10


Total Marks - 100 


Section

No. of Lines Required in Each Answer

A

40

B

20

C

5

G

5


Solved Class 12 Commerce Question Paper 2019

Our highly-experienced faculties have solved some important questions to help you understand the types of questions that may appear in the upcoming board exams.


Q1. Calculate the Depreciation Under the SLM (straight-Line Method) from the Following Data

A man purchased a second-hand washing machine for Rs. 98,000 and spent Rs. 30,000 on its repairing and installation. Its estimated useful life is 5 years. After 5 years, its estimated residual value is Rs. 76,000.

Solution: 

Given:- Cost of washing machine = Rs. 98,000 + Rs. 30,000 = Rs. 1,28,000

Scrap Value of machine = Rs. 76,000

We know that Amount of depreciation = (Cost of the machine - Scrap value of machine)/(Life in years)….(a)

Now, putting the values in equation (a), we get,

= (1,28,000 - 76,000)/5= 10,4000

2. The Rate of Depreciation is given by

(Amount of depreciation/Cost of machine) x 100 

Rate of depreciation of a washing machine = (10,400/1,28,000) x 100 = 8.125%


Q2. Manoj and Dheeraj Are Partners Sharing Profits/losses in the Ratio of 2:1. Chirag is Admitted for 1/6th Share. Manoj and Dheeraj Decide to Share Equally in the Future.

Solutions: 


Manoj

Dheeraj

Chirag

Old Profit Sharing Ratio

2/3

1/3

1/6


Remaining share = 1 - Chirag’s share 

= 1 - 1/6 = 5/6 

Since Manoj and Dheeraj will share equally, so their ratio is 1:1

Now, we have the following result:


Manoj

Dheeraj

Chirag

New Ratio

2/3 x 1/2 = 1/3

1/3 x 1/2  = 1/6

1/6


Now, the profit-sharing ratio between Manoj, Dheeraj, and Chirag become: 

1/3: 1/6: 1/6 = 2:1: 1


Q3. Write the Categories of Share Capital.

Ans: 

Share capital is part of the Capital of a company that comes from shares.

Share Capital of a company/firm is categorized into the following:

  1. Registered capital or Authorized or Nominal Capital

  2. Issued Capital

  3. Subscribed Capital

  4. Called-up Capital

  5. Uncalled Capital

  6. Paid-up Capital

  7. Reserve Capital


Q4. What Do You Mean by a Single Entry System?

Ans: 

  •  The single entry system of accounting is a form of bookkeeping. 

  • It is a simple approach in which the company’s financial transactions are recorded as a single entry in a log. 

  • This record focuses on the results of the business enterprise, which is visible in the statement of income of the company.

  • A single entry system is an incomplete or unscientific method of recording transactions because, in this type of system, users merely record the date, amount, and name of each transaction.


Salient Features of Solved TSBSE Commerce PYQP By Vedantu

The advantages of going through the TSBSE Commerce solved papers are given below:

  1. The papers solved by our subject experts help students in continuous practice.

  2. Papers cover all the topics of the syllabus.

  3. Previous years’ question papers prepared by our subject experts are well-formulated to make students confident in their preparation.

  4. Our subject experts consistently update the solutions as per the latest TSBSE syllabus.

  5. You can access the previous years’ question papers anytime at your convenience.

FAQs on TSBSE Class 12 Commerce Question Paper 2019

1. What is the Minimum Pass Percentage in the TSBSE Class 12 Commerce Paper?

  • The minimum pass percentage required in the Telangana intermediate board exams is 35%. 

  • The percentage of passing marks in each subject is 35. Students need to get 28 marks out of 80 to clear the theory exam.

2. Explain the Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Development.

The important role of entrepreneurs are:

  • To set off economic development by starting new businesses 

  • Creating jobs

  • Offering contributions to modifications in the following key roles:

  1. GDP

  2. Exports

  3. Standards of living

  4. Skills and community development

3. Define the Term Legacy.

Legacy is an amount of money or property left to someone in a will.

4. What Are the Tips to Prepare for the Class 12 Commerce Paper?

Our faculties suggest the following tips:

  1. The students must be well-versed with the exam pattern, syllabus, marking scheme, which is available on our website.

  2. The students must stick to the timetable and the study plan.

  3. The students must practice the previous years’ question papers daily because practicing sample papers enhances your preparation level and time management skills.

  4. If you want to download the pqyp of all sets and the sample papers for free, you may register on Vedantu.com.