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Indian Economy Study Material for UPSC Civil Services (IAS) Exam 2018

Apr 17, 2018 11:35 IST
    Indian Economy for IAS Exam 2018
    Indian Economy for IAS Exam 2018

    Indian Economy section of IAS Exam is a very important section and from an economics perspective, everything is linked with the economics in one or the other way. Most of the economy books provide plenty of theories related to the macroeconomic concepts of India Economy but very few questions are available based on the Economic concepts given in the standard economy books.

    Here we are giving the Current Macro Economic Topics and Multiple Choice Questions based on the fundamental concepts of Indian Economy for the upcoming IAS Prelims Exam 2018 which is scheduled to be conducted in 3 June 218.

    Jagranjosh.com has taken the initiative to provide the study material which will be helpful to the candidates for the IAS Prelims as well as the State Civil Services Exam. The study material for the IAS Prelims consists of the articles, e-Books, Online Tests and Multiple Choice Questions.

    The economy can be said as the backbone of the preparation for the IAS Prelims preparation because of each and every social as well as the political action, has the economic implications. The Indian economy remained as one of the difficult and favourite areas to study for the IAS exam.

    Economic Survey 2017-18

    Union Budget 2018-19 Highlights and Questions

    Schemes for Inclusive Growth in India

    Important Government Schemes

    Economic Analysis Articles

    Key Initiatives in the Energy Sector

    New National Capital Goods Policy: An Analysis

    Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana

    Falling Chinese Economy and Indian Economy

    India’s Infrastructure needs and the Smart Cities Project

    Falling Global Crude Oil Prices

    Goods and Services Tax (GST)

    NCERT Indian Economy : Multiple Choice Questions

    Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence Set II

    Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence Set I

    Indian Economic Development

    Macroeconomic Aggregates Concepts

    Questions based on the Economic Concepts

    Government Schemes

    Goods and Services Tax (GST)

    Tax structure in India

    International Organisations and India

    Macro Economics Questions

    Concepts of Macroeconomics

    Financial Market

    Public Finance in India

    External Sector of India

    Classification of Economy

    Inflation and Business Cycle set III

    Inflation and Business Cycle set II

    Economic Reforms

    Economic Planning in India Set II

    Economic Planning in India Set I

    Economic Planning

    Human Development

    Progress, Growth and Development of Indian Economy

    Balance of Payment Issues

    CPI,Angel Investor,GST,Indicative Planning,CDR

    SLR,Capital budget,Demographic transition,High powered money

    BoP,GEF,MSF,Engel's Law,Frictional unemployment

    SIDBI,IPR, Primary Deficit, Inflation

    GDP Calculation,Niti Aayog,Nabard

    CACP,CRR,SLR,Phillips Curve,Uniform Recall Period,CAD

    Equity Reference Framework,budget deficit,WTO Subsidies

    Open Economy and Exchange Rate

    BoP,Capital Account,PMJDY,Bharat Bill Payment System,

    Primary deficit,Base Effect,tax haven

    Quaternary Sector,Monetary Policy,Sustainable Development

    MPI,Liquidity,First Five Year Plan

    Budget and Economic Survey

    ECONOMIC SURVEY 2016-17

    ECONOMIC SURVEY 2015-16

    Economic Survey 2014-15

    Union Budget 2017-18

    Union Budget 2015-2016 (Part-3)

    Union Budget 2015-2016 (Part-2)

    Union Budget 2015-2016 (Part-1)

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