This whole course gives an insight of the Indian Economy. It begins by highlighting the content of the course, the frequently asked questions regarding this topic and the myths that have been there over time. Ayussh Sanghi then speaks about the growth, development, and aspects of poverty in regard to the economy. There is also a brief talk on the Below Poverty Line (BPL), Poverty Gap and Poverty estimates by the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO). Thereby the collection provides an overview of the types of inflation, its impact and the ways to measure inflation; evolution of Banking in India, how did RBI get formed, nationalization of banks and effect of liberalization on the banking sector in India. It then highlights the instruments of money and capital market, their differences, what primary and secondary markets are and the differences between them. Ayussh also discusses important aspects to be covered while studying International Organisations, External Sector, Public and Private sector Companies along with industrial policies and types of industries. Thereby he throws light on the syllabus and some key terms like Fiscal consolidation, deficit financing, overheated economy etc., one must know while studying Economic Survey. Also, topics to be covered under Social Sector Initiatives (Social Development, Poverty Estimation etc.) and Determination of Demographics (Human Geography, statistical data from India Year Book and Economic Survey etc, measures taken by the government to overcome these issues). Tags: Indian Economy Simple Explanation, Indian Economy, Indian Economics for Beginners, Economics for Beginners, UPSC Lecture, UPSC Free Lessons, UPSC Free Online Videos, UPSC Economy, Economy for UPSC CSE, UPSC Online, UPSC Exam, UPSC Examination, UPSC IAS Exam, IAS Questions, Indian Administrative Service, IAS Preparation, IAS Exam Syllabus CSE Exam, CSE Syllabus, Economy UPSC Important Topics.
reviewed on Dec 8, 2016
sir, cd u pl make a lecture on different types of subsidy schemes running presently on fertilizers in india...e.g. NBS etc..I cdn't find a compiled and updated material...
reviewed on Oct 11, 2016
A good analysis of every topic. This is very helpful to those who are starting their preparation or want to check if they have any missed topic.
reviewed on Oct 31, 2016
Please This series is very useful ...please take this course for your GS3 Preparation Awesome explanation and nice way ot teaching to make Concept understanding..
Vimal Singh Rathore