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Economics as a subject is divided into two parts:- Macro and Micro. Macro Economics is the branch of Economics concerned with large scaled or general economics factors, such as interest rates and national productivity. On the other hand Micro-economics is  a branch of economics  that studies the behaviour of individuals and firms in making decisions regarding the allocation of scarce resources and the interactions among these individuals and firms. The NCERT textbooks have also been divided into two the two sub-topics. The solutions for class 12 NCERT textbook have been provided below:-

Class 12 Micro Economics NCERT Solutions

Chapter 1 - Introduction to Micro Economics
Chapter 2 - Theory of Consumer Behaviour
Chapter 3 - Production and Costs
Chapter 4 - The Theory of the Firm under Perfect Competition
Chapter 5 - Market Equilibrium
Chapter 6 - Non-competitive Markets
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