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Overview Of The Course: Understanding Of Non-Performing Assets (for UPSC CSE)
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Non-Performing Assets have always been a little tricky to understand. Md Haris is explaining the objective of this course along with the students who must watch this course for maximum benefit. He also talks about the various topics he would be covering in the upcoming lessons.

Md Haris
Pursued Hindi Journalism from DU and English Journalism from JNU. Currently, an Economics Journalist at The Indian Express.

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Great teaching style
Soni Mitali
2 months ago
Thanku so much sir😀😀
Vere clear explanation sir! Easy to understand for undergraduate students also
Sir Which book is better for Indian economy by Sanjiv verma or Ramesh Singh?what are merits and demerits of each book in view of UPSC CSE?
  1. Course: Understanding NPA's Lesson: The government's efforts to clean up banks' balance sheets Presented by Mohd Haris


  2. About me . Graduation in Hindi Journalism from Bhimrao Ambedkar College (DU) . Postgraduate Diploma in English Journalism from Indian Institute of Mass Communication (New JNU campus) . Pursuing MA (Economics) from IGNOU e Working as a journalist at Business Standard since Working as a journalist at Business Standard since 2014 . Course fee: CONTRIBUTE Follow me on Unacademy at: https://unacademy.in/user/harisjournalist


  3. Objective . To provide efficient understanding of the banking sector Tho provide the aspirants with the knovwledge to understand role To provide the aspirants with the knowledge to understand role ng sector


  4. Target audience Anybody who is interested in the field of finance e Anybody who is interested in the banking sector Anybody who is interested in the banking sector


  5. Overview . Lesson 1: What are NPA's? Lesson 2: Current NPA's Vs NPA's during 2008 crisis Lesson 3: Burgeoning NPAs' effect on banks' shares and profits Lesson 4: The government's efforts to clean up the banks' balance sheets