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Types Of Economy - Primary, Secondary And Tertiary (for UPSC CSE)
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This lesson begins with the overview of the primary sector, which is wheat, rice, onion, vegetables, fish etc. Then we see the secondary sector with items such as potato chips, pickles, utensils, knives etc. The tertiary sector includes dancers, teachers, transporters and such. The last part of the lesson focuses on agrarian, industrial and service economy.

Israel Jebasingh
Director of Officers IAS Academy. IAS Officer of 2004 Batch with AIR 59.

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oh sir.....you dont know how much u have helped me.....economics a horeifying subject for me once....but after your lectures it had build concept and confidence into me....thanks will be very little word for your help......a big fan of ours...sir pls continue the lectures......
Your lectures are helpful in my preparation. Please provide more mcq in the course.Thnx once again.
sir i want to take economics as my optional so can you please suggest me the books that i should read ..
Abhishek pandey
a year ago
go through first your syllabus and choose which book is sufficient...
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  1. Types of Economy DOLL


  2. Sectors of Economy Primary Sector Secondary Sector Tertiary Sector


  3. PRIMARY SecTOR 00 BAGS CONION (600 BAGS -600x1 -I 2-00 FISH 14700


  4. POTATO CHIPS MANG PICKLES 0 MUD UTENSILS20o 20 0 CLOTHES - 2 0 65o


  5. TERTIARY SECTOR DANCERS TEACHERS l 40 POETS 0 TRANS PORTERs


  6. PRIMARY SECTOR 14700 SECONDARY SECTOR TERTIARY SECTOR 4t 0 o 6 0 SERVICES TOTAL GOODS SERVICES15.75 o


  7. Agrarian Economy More than 50% in total goods and services(GDP) comes from Primary sector India at the time of Independence DOLL


  8. Industrial Economy More than 50% in total goods and services(GDP) comes from Secondary sector . India was never an Industrial economy DOLL


  9. Service Economy More than 50% in total goods and services(GDP) comes fromm Tertiary sector India became a Service Economy in 1999 DOLL