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APPROACH TO INDIAN ECONOMY 1,11 INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS PRESENTED BY AYUSSH SANGHI
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UNIT VII INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS Regional Trade Agreements and Regional Groupings o ASEAN FTA, o SAFTA, o MERCOSUR, BRICS, o SAARC, The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), o Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), o G20 etc.
UNIT VII - INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS Regional Trade Agreements and Regional Groupings o What are their objectives? What are recent summits especially where India is a major player in the grouping? o Recent Initiatives undertaken during the Summits? o How do these initiatives support India?
UNIT VIII - INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS Example: BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit (2014) was held in Brazil. Here, they came up with an initiative to create US$100 billion New Development Bank (NDB) NDB is seen as an alternative to the existing US-dominated World Bank and IMF. The bank is set up to foster greater financial and development cooperation among the five emerging markets. Unlike the World Bank, which assigns votes based on capital share, in the New Development Bank each participant country will be assigned one vote, and none of the countries will have veto power.
BE CAREFUL Update yourself and make note of the International Economic Organisations in news. All organisations which impact India directly/ indirectly. Asian Development Bank (ADB), G4
PRELIMS 2014 Which of the following organisations brings out the publication known as 'World Economic Outlook'? A. The International Monetary Fund B. The United Nations Development Programme C.The World Economic Forum D. The World Bank C. The World Economic Forum o Solution (a)
UNIT IX COMPANIES (PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR) Organisational Structure of Companies/Public Sector Undertakings Departmental Undertakings, Statutory Corporations Statutory Corporations, Control Boards, o Co-operative Societies
UNIT IX COMPANIES (PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR) Companies Act 2013 Provisions. How are they different from Companies Act 1956?
UNIT X COMPANIES (PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR) o Impact of Reforms on PSU's and Private Sector O Post Liberalisation, Privatisation, Globalisation (LPG) era. LPG era Disinvestment, o Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs), o Miniratnas, Navaratna, Maharatna Companies, o Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)