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Lesson-3 IAS PT-2018 Indian Economy (in Hindi)
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Lesson-3 IAS PT-2018 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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  1. nack tos NEI (Hindi Foundation course on Economics for 2019 ot ie classes 27,500 About this course

  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. Which of the following is/are the aim Governnent of India 2 COmnpa nies lilke Chi na id 2. Establish apolicy framework to encourage overseas multinational corporations that collect Big Data to buildd their large data centres within our natiomal geographical 3 to the Internet and bringi-Fi to many of our schools, pu places and najor tourist centres public Selcct thc corrcct arn3vCr usi codle S1Vem beLoY ing the a) l arnd 2 only 3 Ontz (c2 and 3 only (a)12 and 3

  5. With reference consider the following statements : to digital payments BHIM app allows the user to transfer money to anyone with a UPI-enabled banlk account. 2 While a chip-pin debit ard has four factorS ofauthentication. BHIM app has only two factors of authentication Which of the statements given above is/ are correct ? oonta D)2 only ( Both l and 2 (c)Neither 1 nor 2

  6. The BHIM apps has three levels of authentication. For one, the app binds with a device's ID and mobile number, second a user needs to sync whichever bank account (UPI or non-UPl enabled) in order to the conduct transaction. Third, when a user sets up the app they are asked to create a pin which is needed to log into the app. Further, the UPI pin, which a user creates with their bank account is needed to go

  7. Which one of the tollowing statements correctly describes the meaning of legal tender money? (a) The money which is tendered in courts of law to defray the fee of legal cases (b The money which a creditor is under compulsion to accept in settlement of his claims (c) The bank money in the form of cheques, drafts, bills of exchange etc. (d) The metallic money in circulation in a country