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This is the course overview which will inform the purpose of the course, the target audience and topics to be covered in the course.

Shraddha Ratra
Assistant Professor, Graduate from University of Delhi, MA Economics. Love to sing and read.To Teach is a Job description, To Learn is Life.

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sir when will you upload the video of range in which we have to find it using AM and GM , and other methods
Thank you very much mam Really your teaching style is very appreciable and effective. Mam plz upload more videos regarding managerial economics.
Mam when will you upload next videos of managerial economics ¿¿
maam ,i have a question.. how will we draw indifference curve of U=min{x,2y}+max{2x,y} and how to find its demand
Dear Ma'am , Want to know why we say that at the time of independence PMF was Industry while the Five Year Plans focused on agrcilture. There was Green , White Revolutions etc also in 60s. Isn't the Agriculture which should be called as the PMF .....?????
madam, upsc cse ke liye ye topic jaruri hai?
  1. COURSE OVERVIEW BY SHRADDHA RATRA


  2. About Me Graduate in Business Economics from University of Delhi MA Economics - MJP Rohilkhand University . UGC NET- 2015 Published two Research Papers. Working as an Assistant Professor Follow me at http://unacademy.in/user/ratrashraddhao5


  3. Objective . The obiective of the course is to introduce Micro Economics. Provide the basic knowledge of it. . Clear out the doubts and confusion so that when we move ahead we have a strong foundation.


  4. Target Audience The course is specifically targeted for students that are pursuing graduation. It is like a crash course of basics of Micro Economics so anyone and everyone can use it for quick revision.


  5. Topics to be covered Definition of Economics e Nature & Scope . Introduction to Micro Economics . Theory of Demand Theory of Supply