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Lesson 1: Booklist and GDP (in Hindi)
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Topics discussed: Booklist and Syllabus GDP and GNP

Shashank Sahu
Cleared UPSC CDS, SSC CGL and JEE; A debate enthusiast. Edu: An Engineer/Scientist (Physical Sciences) from IIST(ISRO) Trivandrum.

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ma'am please provide me the best reference books name of sociology both for master and graduate
  1. Indian Econom Booklist + GDP Concept


  2. ABOUT ME . B.Tech, IIST Cleared UPSC CDS, SSC CGL . Rate and review .Comment and share Follow me on Unacademy: http://unacademy.com/user/shasahu


  3. Books that can be referred . I.C. Dhingra . Dutt and Sundaram . Uma Kapila Mishra & Puri . Ramesh Singh


  4. NCERTs Class 9th- 1, 2, 3 and final chapter Class 10th 1, 2, 3, 4 and final chapter Class 11th- Entire Book Class 12th - 3, 5, (6


  5. Websites to be followed PIB MOSPI . Ministry of Finance . Budget . Economic Survey


  6. Syllabus - Prelims .Basic principles of Indian Economy . Social Schemes of the Gol Social Development through Economic Empowerment


  7. Mains Syllabus Indian Economy and issues related to planning . Resource mobilization Inclusive Growth and issues . Government Budgeting Investments Models . Fiscal Policy . Taxatiorn . Financial System


  8. Banking . Foreign trade and International Organization . Role of agriculture in Indian Economy Land resources Land Redorms . Agriculture Finance Agriculture Credit Institution Crop Insurance in India


  9. . Agricultural Marketing . Subsidies Agriculture Revolutions in India .Food Processing " Industrial Policy and Industrial development . Main features of Industrial development in India Transport . Recent Developments


  10. Question Weightage Prelims . Mains around 22 questions Around 140-150 Marks


  11. GDP Gross Domestic Product . Total goods and services produced in a country By Indians as well as foreigners


  12. Open and Closed Economy Open Economy Closed Economy GDP > GNP GDP GNP