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Lesson-1 IAS PT Indian Economy Questions and its Analysis (in Hindi)
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Lesson-1 IAS PT-2018 questions analysis-Indian Economy

Rishi Jain
MBA,PGDFM Author of Bhavishya Arthik Patrika(for Civil Services), worked in SBI group for 7 years, teaching indian economy to UPSC student

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  2. IAS PT-2018 22 questions from Indian Economy

  3. TOPICWISE . Banking-2 . Basic concept-3 . Scheme-2 Rbi-2 NPA-2 Act-2 Digital Payment-1 Money-1 International Org-1 Budget-1 Tax-1 BOP-1 Agriculture-2 Chronology-1

  4. of the following best describes the terr Merchan t Discount Rate' sonetimes seen in newS P aThe incentive given by a bank toa merchant for accepting payments through debit cardds that bank pertaining to D)The amount paid back by banks to thei Customers when they LSe transactions for purchasing goods OF seIViceS debit Cardds forfinancial (c) The charge to a merchant by a from his customers through a The incentive given by the bank for accepting payments the banic's ebit cards Governmentto merchants for promoting digital payments by their customers through Point of Sale PoS) machines and debit CaTCS.

  5. If a commodity is provided free to the public by the Government, then (a) the opportunity cost is zero. (b) the opportunity cost is ignored. (c) the opportunity cost is transferred from the consumers of the product to the tax-paying public. (d) the opportunity cost is transferred from the consumers of the product to the Government.

  6. Despite being a high saving economy, capital formation may not result in significant increase in output due to (a) weak administrative machinery (b) eracy (c) high population density (d) high capital-output ratio