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Lesson 4 (in Hindi)
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Monetary management is one of the most important legs of economic stability. Economic survey 2017-18 basically provides the assessment of the monetary aspects, liquidity aspects and credit scenario of the country in the past years.

Venkatesh Chaturvedi is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Venkatesh Chaturvedi
Educator on Unacademy since 3 years. Have written UPSC CSE mains twice ( 140 Essay, 100+ in GS papers). B.Tech. from IIT Patna.

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Thank you so much sir for this type specialised episodes. It's very helpful for pre 2018 and thank you so much.
No sir, plz you make all rest of the chapters because your way of explanation is good.
ias prelims se related mujhe or preparation katwaiye plz sir ,thank u
very basic and foundational ...thank you sir
very nice...thank you sir ????
Thanku so much sir. :)
  1. Economic Survey of India - V2 Chapter 3: Monetary Management and Financial Intermediation Lesson 4 J)resented, Venkatesh Chaturvedi

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