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Overview Of Money And Banking (for UPSC CSE)
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This lesson focuses on definition and characteristics of Money, Reserve Bank of India's measures to control money supply, the cost of printing money and who actually prints money. It also throws light on evolution of Banking in India, how did RBI get formed, nationalization of banks, effect of liberalization on banking sector in India. It also gives some examples from previous years question papers of UPSC CSE.

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Nice method pls sir advance math ke lesson bhi upload kare
no explanation.not any help.waste of time
some topics on economics are lost when I updated the app. so please upload every topic of economics in the app bcoz I have been following this app from 6 months hope u will upload son
Not helpfull. I was looking every slide with a hungery person who has been told to be feed shortly but no feed. Totally hungry from the point of view info related to prelims. Time waste
great work sir and really helpful but i found difficulty in searching all these units would you please provide link or else let us know which is going to be next course containing the following unit after each session...it will be really helpful..thank you
honestly not helpful at all...you jumped all the topic every chapter saying you will make us understand later .
  1. APPROACH TO INDIAN ECONOMY 1.4 PRESENTED BY AYUSSH SANGHI


  2. ABOUT ME Passionate about Teaching >Taught at most reputed Civil Services Institutes >CA, Lawyer Follow me on: https://unacademy.in/user/ AyusshSanghi


  3. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING Money Definition and Characteristics of Money Reserve Bank of India measures of Money Supply? (M1, M2, M3, M4) What is the Cost to Print Money? Who prints Money?


  4. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING Banking Evolution of Banking in India. How did Reserve Bank of India get formed? Nationalisation of Banks (1969 and 1980) Effect of Liberalisation on Baking Sector of India


  5. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING RBI What Role is played by RBI? What are the functions performed by RBI? Why is RBI called Banker of Banks?


  6. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING Monetary Policy by RBI Measures taken by RBI to control inflation: Qualitative Measures o Quantitative Measures


  7. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING Qualitative Measures OMoral Suasion Decrease in number of instalments o etc.


  8. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING Quantitative Measures: O Bank Rate, Repo Rate, o Reverse Repo Rate, o Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR), Cash reserve Ratio (CRR), o Open Market Operations


  9. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING Impact of these Measures: Why are these measures taken? What impact it has on: oney, O Inflation and Economy


  10. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING Types of Banks List Different types of Banks o Commercial Banks (Public and Private Sector Banks), o Regional Rural Banks (RRB's), o Post Office Savings Banks, Small and Payment Banks o NABARD, O Co-operative Banks, o Non-Banking Financial Company's (NBFC's)


  11. UNIT IV - MONEY AND BANKING Important Financial/Banking Terms o Various steps taken by government to achieve Financial Inclusion. o Example: Introduction of: Business Correspondent model in rural areas o Bharatiya Mahila Banks, O Jan Dhan Yojana, o Mudra Bank


  12. PRELIMS 2014 If the interest rate is decreased in an economy, it will: A. Decrease the consumption expenditure in the economy B. Increase the tax collection of the Government C. Increase the investment expenditure in the economy D. Increase the total savings in the economy Solution (c)


  13. PRELIMS 2013 The Reserve Bank of India regulates the commercial banks in matters of 1. liquidity of assets 2. branch expansion 3. merger of banks 4. 4. winding-up of banks Select the correct answer using the codes given below: (a) 1 and 4 only (b) 2, 3 and 4 only (c) 1, 2 and 3 only (d) 1, 2, 3 and 4 Solution (d)