Indian Economy (Marathi)Indian Economy is a comprehensive text, with detailed coverage of all topics in the UPSC Preliminary and Main syllabus. Written by a subject expert who has several books on economics, contemporary essays etc to his credit, the book is of immense importance to academics, researchers, aspirants of civil services examinations and those with an abiding passion for the subject. The book is recommended by UPSC in its reading list. The book is a stellar product, with many years of bestselling performance.Key Features:
1. Burning Socio-Economic Issues have been fully revised as per the changed times
2. Contemporary Issues such as—Niti’s Niyatam & Action Agenda, Women Farmers, Climate Smart Agriculture, Logistics and Housing for All, Insolvency & Bankruptcy, GST and increasing Tax Compliance, NPAs, LoU, SWIFT, etc. added with to cover the needs of various forthcoming examinations
3. Agriculture, Industry and Services sections fully updated and synchronised with the changed landscape of the economy
4. Financial Sector together with External Sector and International Organisations sections fully updated and revamped with new ideas and inputs
5. Taxation and Budgeting sections fully revised as per the changing ideology of the Government
6. Human Development section fully revised and updated
7. Multiple Choice Questions (Prelim) and Model Answer (Main) sections have been fully revised with new and relevant questions added and outdated ones being weeded out.
8. Economic Survey 2017-18 and Union Budget 2018-19 covered in separate chapters.
9. Revised and Revamped with India 2018; Economic Survey 2017-18, Vol. 1 & 2; Union Budget 2018-19; India Development Report 2015 (latest); NITI Aayog and other important official documents and reports of national and international institutions.
a. Specific Inclusions this Year:
10. All major economic reforms undertaken over the past year have been discussed and explained in detail including GST, Twin balance Sheet, Indian Bankruptcy Code etc.
11. Updated information form Economic Survey 2017-18 and Union Budget 2018-19