Bhartiya Arthvyavastha ( Hindi) |UPSC | Civil Services Exam | State Administrative Exams(Paperback, Singhania Nitin) is a Books genre book, written by Singhania Nitin and published by McGraw Hill. It is available in language with Paperback binding and got 672 pages in total. The International Standard Book Number or ISBN identification for the book is 9390727545 (ISBN 10) and 9390727545 (ISBN 13).
"The Indian economy has undergone marked changes over recent years encompassing series of dynamism in economic growth and development. This revised edition of Indian Economy covers the current economic issues and imperative interventions by stakeholders. The topics are sequenced systematically and with great conceptual clarity to make it reader friendly. Written lucidly, the concepts are further enriched with flowcharts, tables, graphs, examples, etc. To facilitate a quick understanding and grasping. With its unique style and inclusion of latest trends in subject area, the book provides a one-stop solution to all aspirants of Civil Services and other competitive examinations. Salient features: 1) latest updates on Union Budget 2021–22 and economic Survey 2020–21 2) 02 New chapters on economic growth versus economic development and sustainable development and Climate change 3) multicolour pluck-out chart at the end of the book featuring key points from Union Budget 2021–22 4) Thoroughly revised chapters with chapter-end summary and new topics like countercyclical Fiscal Policy, India innovation index 2020, currency swap, climate smart Agriculture, covid-19 specific monetary policy measures, etc. 5) updated appendix on economic measures related to covid-19 6) latest facts and analysis from Niti aayog reports, and mention of National and international Indices in relevant chapters 7) Chapter-wise previous years' Questions of UPSC Preliminary and Main examinations for practice and understanding examination trend 8) quarterly current updates along with an explanatory video on Union Budget 2021–22 available as online learning resource."