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Intro to Indian Economy – One Course to cover all Basics | Enroll Now

Basic Economics Course

How often have you come across economic terms like GDP, NNP, Fiscal Deficit, Subsidy, Income Tax, Direct-Indirect Tax, and felt clueless during your preparation of Banking Exams like RBI, NABARD etc. and even SEBI. This is because of the lack of clarity on Basic Economics Concepts related to India’s Economy. Majority of Banking aspirants face this problem during their preparation. Taking this into consideration we have created a special “Intro to Indian Economy Course”. This course would help all the serious aspirants to understand the Basic Economics concepts related to Indian Economy. Let us go through all the details of the course here.

Aspirants would be able to access the “Intro to Indian Economy” Course only if they have subscribed for Oliveboard EDGE. It is a subscription-based Live Courses and Video Classes Platform of Oliveboard for Banking, SSC, Railways, Insurance and other Government Exams. After Subscribing to Oliveboard Edge, users will get access to all the Topic-wise, Section-wise, Exam-wise courses available on Edge. If someone is unable to attend the live session of any course, She/He can watch the recorded version later as per her/his convenience.

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 List of Basic Economics Concepts to be covered

An overview of the Basic Concepts to be covered in the “Intro to Indian Economy” Course is given below. All these topics will be covered in much more detail in the live classes.

Nature of Indian Economy – It can be divided into 2 Phases. The Phase 1 was Socialist Phase which lasted from 1947 to 1991. The second phase is Post-Liberalization Phase, which started after 1991. Details of both these phases would be taught in the special session on this topic.

National Income -: It refers to the money value of all the goods and services produced in a country during a financial year. In other words, the final outcome of all the economic activities of the nation during a period of one year, valued in terms of money is called as a National income. (source: https://businessjargons.com). Enroll for the Course to all about it.

Following is list of other such Basic Economics topics to be covered in this course -:

  • Economic Growth and parameters
  • Economic Development
  • Balance of Payment
  • Economic Planning and Reforms in India
  • Niti Aayog
  • Poverty Alleviation in India
  • Employment Generation in India

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Course Features

The course will be a combination of live classes and Live practice sessions. It will be a comprehensive learning experience. The course will have a total of 11 sessions. There would be 9 Live classes covering the above mentioned topics individually. There would be 2 Live practice sessions monitored by the Faculty. The Best feature of the course is its Faculty. The course would be conducted by Abhishek Sharma Sir. He has more than 5 years of teaching experience. His area of expertise is Economics.

Course Schedule

The Intro to Indian Economy Course to cover all your Basic Economics will be starting from 16th September 2019. Classes would be conducted at 3:00 PM. Check out the following table for the detailed Course Schedule.

Class Name Type Date
Nature of Indian Economy LC Sep 16, Mon
National Income LC Sep 17, Tue
Economic Growth and parameters LC Sep 19, Thu
Economic Development LC Sep 20, Fri
Balance of Payment LC Sep 23, Mon
Economic Planning and Reforms in India LC Sep 24, Tue
Niti Aayog LC Sep 26, Thu
Poverty Alleviation in India LC Sep 27, Fri
Employment Generation in India LC Sep 30, Mon
Live Practice session – 1 LPS Oct 1, Tue
Live Practice session – 2 LPS Oct 3, Thu

*LC – : Live Class & LPS – Live Practice Session.

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That is all from us in this blog on “Intro to Indian Economy – Clear your Basic Economics Concepts.” Keep checking this space for all the latest updates on Upcoming courses on Oliveboard Edge. All the best for your preparation.

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