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NCERT/CBSE अर्थशास्त्र Economics Class 12

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Strictly According to the latest syllabus prescribed by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi & Navodaya, Kasturba, Eklavya, kendriya Vidyalayas following CBSE curriculum based on NCERT guidelines.

Book Code : 3500

ISBN : 978-93-6207-633-5

Language : Hindi

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Authors : Dr. Anupam Agrawal & Mrs. Sharad Agrawal

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PART B : INDIAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
1. State of Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence 2. Common Goals of Five Year Plans in India 3. Agriculture-Features, Problems and Policies 4. Industries : Features, Problems & Policies (Industrial Licensing etc.) 5. Foreign Trade of India—Features, Problems and Policies 6. Economic Reforms in India—Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation (L.P.G.) Policies 7. Poverty and Main Programmes of Poverty Alleviation 8. Rural Development : Key Issues 9. Human Capital Formation 10. Employment : Growth, Informalisation and other Issues 11. Inflation : Problems and Policies 12. Infrastructure : Meaning and Types (Case Studies : Energy and Health) 13. Sustainable Economic Development and Environment 14. Development Experience of India : A Comparison with Pakistan & China

PART A : INTRODUCTORY MACRO ECONOMICS
15. Macro Economics : Meaning 16. Circular Flow of Income 17. Concepts and Aggregates related to National Income 18. Measurement of National Income 19. Money : Meaning, Evolution and Functions 20. Commercial Banking System and Credit Creation 21. Central Bank : Meaning and  Functions 22. Recent Significant Reforms and Issues in Indian Banking System : Privatisation and Modernisation 23. Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply and Related Concepts (Propensity to Consume, Propensity to Save and Investment) 24. Short Run Equilibrium Output 25. Investment Multiplier and its Mechanism 26. Problems of Deficient and Excess Demand 27. Measures to Correct Deficient and Excess Demand 28. Government Budget and Economy 29. Foreign Exchange Rate 30. Balance of Payments Account : Meaning and Components 
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  • Author/Authors : Dr. Anupam Agrawal & Mrs. Sharad Agrawal
  • Class : 12
  • Page No. : 394
  • Year : 2024
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