22306 Economics for Competitive Exams.

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Economics is very important subject for competitive exams like civil service, IBPS, etc. It doesn’t just cover the Economics sections of examination but also the General Awareness Sections. Students may find economics difficult to grasp but it is a matter of right guidance, interest and time. This course focuses on various issues of economics that are relevant to be understood while preparing  for competitive exams.


  1. Basic Insights into Indian Financial System, Indian Economy and Indian International economic Relation.
  2. Ability to Analyze Various  policies  that effect the economy in general.

Course Content

Course Content
Unit 1-Banking And Finance 10 Hrs Chp 1- Banking and Financial Institutions Components of Financial and Money market in India, Microfinance Institutions in India, Banking Structure, MUDRA, NABARD, RRB. Digitalization of Financial Markets Chp II – Banking Reforms Banking Reforms, Basel Norms in India: Meaning, Requirement & Impacts on Indian Banking Chp III - Policy Framework Finance commission, Monetary Policy Unit II - Indian Economy 10 Hrs Chp IV- Nature of Indian Economy Nature of Indian Economy, Public sectors in Indian economy, Budget and Taxation, GST, GDP- National Income, Inflation, Calculation, Controlling Chp V – Policies and Programmes LPG Policy, Five year plans, Anti Poverty & Employment Generation Programmes in India- welfare programmes and other schemes Unit III - International Economic Relations &Institutions 10 Hrs Chp VI- Foreign Trade of India Balance of Payment (BOP), Convertibility of Currency in India, Foreign Trade Policy 2015-21, FERA & FEMA in India, Exchange Rate Management in India, Composition of Indian Foreign Trade, Export Promotion Policies in India, Foreign Direct Investment . Chp VII - International Institutions International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Trade Organisation (WTO), International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, IBSA (India-Brazil-South Africa Dialogue Forum), The European Union (EU), BRICS Nations, International Finance Corporation & MIGA, South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) & ASEAN, Group of Countries (G-8 and G-20), Sustainable Development Goals.

  • Syllabus

Unit 1 , Chapter 1 – Banking and Financial Institutions

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Unit 1 – Chapter II -Banking Reforms

Unit 1 – Chapter III – Policy Framework

Unit 1 Assignment

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