Sign up now
to enroll in courses, follow best educators, interact with the community and track your progress.

Back to Plus

India Yearbook, Economic Survey & Budget 2018
Ashna Sisodia

56k followers

In this course, Ashna Sisodia will comprehensively cover entire India Yearbook, Economic Survey & Budget 2018 and elaborately explain topics, which will be helpful in Prelims & Mains Examination of Civil Services, RBI Grade B, and NABARD examinations. The course will be conducted in Hinglish.

About this course
Live Sessions

The course consists of 24 sessions of 1 hour 30 mins duration each. Session recording will be provided for all the sessions.

Discussion Forums

Access to a private forum moderated by Ashna Sisodia where you can discuss and debate with your peers, access learning material and more.

Personalized Learning

All learners will have access to weekly doubt clearing sessions, live quizzes, learning materials and discussion with peers.

24 detailed lessons covering all the essential topics related to India Yearbook in which students will get a holistic overview of the Country’s Progress in different fields and analysis of programmes & policies launched by Government of India. IYB is a one-stop source to have a comprehensive idea about the same. Together with India yearbook, Economic Survey and Budget hold the key to some 10-15 questions in the IAS Prelims Paper- I.  For UPSC Mains examination, candidates must have an idea about the recently launched Government schemes and policies, which one can use as case examples while writing descriptive answers. For example, about MGNREGA, National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS), etc.  

Covering India Yearbook with regular preparation efforts and enhancing the knowledge with Economic Survey of India & Budget will give students the much-needed extra edge. For a fresher, rather than running from pillar-to-post, for various schemes & policies by the Government, IYB can give direction to his/her preparation. Tips and tricks for attempting questions in Prelims and Mains and on answer writing skills. Suggestions on streamlining the preparation and topics with a focus on maximum return for time invested with respect to India Yearbook, Economic survey, and Budget. The focus will also be on analyzing important areas that have a high probability of questions being asked in the UPSC exams. 
Course Curriculum

The course is divided into 24 sessions in total, and will offer personalised guidance and doubt-clearing to all the learners part of the limited batch.

  • 10th March to 10th May 2018
  • Class Timings: 8:30 am - 10:00 am
1
Introduction – Approach to the Subject and How to Score Maximum from this area
Saturday, 10th March, 8:30 am
2
Complete Analysis of Budget 2018
Sunday, 11th March, 8:30 am
3
Economic Survey Volume I : State of the Economy & Bird’s Eye View through GST [Chapter 1 & 2]
Saturday, 17th March, 8:30 am
4
Investment & Saving Insights and Fiscal Federalism & Accountability [Chapter 3 & 4]
Sunday, 18th March, 8:30 am
5
Late Converger Stall in Economic Development and Climate Change & Agriculture [Chapter 5 & 6]
Saturday, 24th March, 8:30 am
6
Gender & Son Meta-Preference and Transforming Science and Technology in India [Chapter 7 & 8]
Sunday, 25th March, 8:30 am
7
Ease of Doing Business’ Next Frontier: Timely Justice [Chapter 9]
Saturday, 31st March, 8:30 am
8
Economic Survey Volume II: Indian Economic Performance 2017-18 & Fiscal Developments [Chapter 1 & 2]
Sunday, 1st April, 8:30 am
9
Monetary Management & Financial Intermediation and Prices & Inflation [Chapter 3 & 4]
Saturday, 7th April, 8:30 am
10
Sustainable Development, Energy & Climate Change and External Sector [Chapter 5 & 6]
Sunday, 8th April, 8:30 am
11
Agriculture & Food Management and Industry & Infrastructure [Chapter 7 & 8]
Saturday, 14th April, 8:30 am
12
Services Sector & Social Infrastructure, Employment and Human Development [Chapter 9 & 10]
Sunday, 15th April, 8:30 am
13
India Yearbook 2018: Land and The people [Chapter 1]
Saturday, 21st April, 8:30 am
14
National Symbols and Polity [Chapter 2 & 3]
Sunday, 22nd April, 8:30 am
15
Agriculture & Rural and Urban Development [Chapter 4 & 24]
Saturday, 28th April, 8:30 am
16
Culture & Tourism, Basic Economic Data and Commerce [Chapter 5,6 & 7]
Sunday, 29th April, 8:30 am
17
Communication & IT, Defence & Finance and Corporate Affairs [Chapter 8, 9, 13 & 14]
Wednesday, 2nd May, 8:30 am
18
Education, Energy and Environment [Chapter 10,11 & 12]
Thursday, 3rd May, 8:30 am
19
Food, Civil Supplies & Health and Family Welfare [Chapter 15 & 16]
Saturday, 5th May, 8:30 am
20
Housing, Industry and Mass Communication [Chapter 17, 19 & 22]
Sunday, 6th May, 8:30 am
21
India and the World & Law and Justice & Scientific and Technological developments [Chapter 18 20 & 2
Monday, 7th May, 8:30 am
22
Labour, Skill development and Employment, Planning [Chapter 21 & 23]
Tuesday, 8th May, 8:30 am
23
Transport, Water Resources and Welfare [Chapter 26, 27 & 28]
Wednesday, 9th May, 8:30 am
24
Youth Affairs and Sports & Diary of National Events [Chapter 29 & 31]
Thursday, 10th May, 8:30 am
Show more
About the educator
Ashna Sisodia
56k followers

Qualified for UPSC Mains 2017 -Computer Science Engineering, UIET Chandigarh, India

Frequently Asked Questions
Why is it a paid course?
Unacademy remains committed to the cause of democratising access to free, high-quality education for everyone and continuing to help millions of students in India and across the world. The live course is part of a new initiative by us to recreate the interaction of an actual classroom online, where you can learn from each of your peers and receive personalized attention from some of the top educators on Unacademy over an extended period of time in small batches. Because of the huge and regular time commitments required of these educators, it is only fair that they are compensated adequately for the same. For this reason and to maintain the tech infrastructure required to conduct the live courses seamlessly online, we charge a nominal fee for these live courses.
How is this different from the free courses?
These live courses are different from the free courses available on Unacademy in a number of ways: These courses are available only to a small batch of the top learners on Unacademy. They give you access to regular and weekly live-sessions with some of the top educators on the platform, where they interact with the batch and personally resolve doubts and queries. They give you access to a private group with other top learners, where you get to discuss, debate and share learning resources under the guidance of the educator. Lifetime access to recordings of the live sessions, downloadable notes and other learning material.
What happens if I miss a class?
Though we actively encourage you to try and attend all the live sessions part of the course, if in case you’re unable to attend a session due to any reason, the recordings of the live sessions will be made available to the batch. You will have lifetime access to the recordings and other learning resources.
© 2015-2017
Sorting Hat Technologies Pvt Ltd
LEARNER APP
Get Unacademy Android App
EDUCATOR APP
Get Unacademy Android AppGet Unacademy Android App