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अर्थशास्त्र Economics B. A. 2nd Year

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According to New Syllabus of Bihar Universities for B.A. and M.A. Classes and also very helpful for the students preparing for various competitive and professional examinations.

Book Code : 6020

ISBN : 978-93-84223-05-2

Language : Hindi

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Authors : Dr. V. C. Sinha, Dr. Pushpa Sinha

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UNIT – I

1. Indian Economy in the Pre-British Period : Structure and Organization of Villages, Towns and Industries Handicrafts, 2. Market Economy during British Period, 3. Discriminating Protection Policy and Industrial Develop-ment during British Period, 4. Monetary and Currency Development, Commercial and Central Banking Development and Taxation System during British Period, 5. Forms of Colonialism and Economic Drain, 6. Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence, 7. Planning Exercise and Planning Machinery in India, 8. Structure and Basic Features of Indian Economy, 9. Natural Resources of India : Land, Water and Forest, 10. Demographic Features of India, 11. Population Policy in India, 12. Economic Infra-structure : Energy, Transport and Communication, 13 . Social Infra-structure : Education, Health and Housing, 14. National Income in India, 15. Planning in India : Need, Objective and Strategy, 16. Twelth Five Year Plan (2012-17), 17. Economic Reforms in India : Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation, 18. Indian Agriculture : Nature, Importance, Trends in Agricultural Production and Productivity, 19. Irrigation, 20. Land Tenure and Reforms, 21. New Agricultural Strategies : Green Revolution and Agriculture Mechanisation, 22. Agricultural (Rural) Finance or Credit, 23. Agricultural Marketing, 24. Food Problem, Food Security and Public Distribution System, 25. Industrial Development of India, 26. Industrial Policy in India, 27. Industrial Licensing Policy—M. R. T. P., 28. Regulation of Foreign Investment—FERA and FEMA, 29. Cottage and Small Scale Industries in India, 30. Regional and Sectoral Inbalance and Regional Planning, 31. Industrial Finance, 32. Foreign Trade and Export Promotion in India, 33. Balance Payment, 34. Export-Import Policy of India, 35. Foreign Capital, Collaboration and Multinational Corporations, 36. Poverty in India, 37. Unemployment Problem in India and Employment Policy, 38. Inflation and Price Trends in India, 39. Inequalities of Income Distribution in India, 40. Industrial Relations and Disputes, 41. Community Development Project and Panchayati Raj in India, 42 . Agricultural Labour in India, 43. National Labour Policy, 44. Trade Union,

UNIT – II

1. Meaning and Scope of Public Finance, 2. Public Goods Vs Private Goods, 3. The Principle of Maximum Social Advantages, 4. Market Failure and Role of Government, 5. Public Expenditure : Meaning, Classification and Principles, 6. Public Expenditure in India,, 7. Sources of Public Revenue : Canons of Taxation and Characteristics of Good Tax System, 8. Taxation : Nature Objective and Structure (Classification), 9. Benefit and Ability to Pay Principles of Taxation, 10. Impact and Incidence of Tax, 11. Taxable Capacity, 12. Effects of Taxation on Economy, 13. Sources of Revenue of Central Government, 14. Sources of Revenue of State Government, 15. Public Debts : Classification, Sources and Effects, 16. Redemption of Public Debt, 17. Kinds of Public Budget, 18. Preparation and Passing of Budget in India, 19. Normative Approach and Theory of Fiscal Policy, 20. Public Deficit : Concept and Alternative Measurement, 21. Principle of Budget Planning or Fiscal Policy, 22. Fiscal Policy and Economic Development, 23. Public Debt Management, 24. Fiscal Federalism in India and Finance Commission, 25. Features of Indian Tax System and Reforms, 26. Deficit Finance, 27. Value-Added Tax and Modified Value-Added Tax.

 

Book Details
  • Author/Authors : Dr. V. C. Sinha, Dr. Pushpa Sinha
  • Class : B.A. IInd Year (VKS University, Ara), B.A. II (BRA University, Muzaffarpur), B.A. II (Magadh University, Bodhgaya)
  • Page No. : 728
  • Year : 2024
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