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This Course on Indian Economy basics is aimed to provide you a strong base on important Indian Economy topics which are usually found tough from the UPSC Civil Services Examination angle. There are three important and tough areas for civil services students in Indian economy- the Financial Sector, External Sector and Fiscal policy including the government budget. All those areas have given a comprehensive coverage in this video course. The entire class is designed for UPSC Civil Services Examination -prelims to mains and interview preparation. Though basics is the core purpose of the class, once you complete the course, you can feel that the course is more comprehensive.

How to develop basics in Indian Economy?

Course Curriculum

Chapter:1 - RBI and Monetary Policy
1. Evolution of Central Banking
2. Functions of RBI
2.1 Implementation of Monetary Policy
2.2 Financial Regulation and Supervision
2.3 RBI as the banker to banks
2.4. RBI as the banker to the governments
2.5 Management of Foreign Exchange Reserves
2.6 Facilitation of Payment and Settlement System
2.7 Currency Management
2.8 Development Functions
2.9 Research and Statistics.
3. Monetary Policy
3.1 Objectives, instruments, and targets of monetary policy.
4. What is Liquidity?
4.1 Call Money Market as a liquidity reflector.
4.2 RBI’s New Liquidity Framework
5.0 Objectives of Monetary Policy
5.1 Price Stability
5.2 Financial Stability
5.3 Economic Growth
5.4 Conflict between the different monetary policy objectives.
6.0 Instruments of Monetary Policy
6.1 Direct Instruments
6.1 a. CRR
6.1 b. SLR
6.1c. Refinance Facilities
6.2 Indirect Instruments
6.2 a. Repo rate
6.2 b. Reverse Repo rate
6.2 c. Liquidity Adjustment Facility
6.2 d. Open Market Operations
62 e. Market Stabilisation Scheme
6.2 f. Marginal Standing Facility
6.2 g. Term Repo
6.2 h. LTRO
6.2 i. Corridor in Monetary Policy
6.2 j. Rupee-Dollar Swap Facility
6.2 k. Bank Rate
7.0 Inflation Targeting
7.1 Inflation Targeting in India
7.2 Monetary Policy Committee
Chapter:2 - Financial Regulation in India
1. Financial Regulation in India
2. RBI – Regulation and Supervision
3. Regulation of Cooperatives
3.1 Urban Cooperative Banks
4. RBI – Regulation and Supervision Departments
5. Asset Classification
7. Basel III Advanced Capital Standards
8. RBI – Financial Supervision
9. Provisioning and PCA Framework
10. Systemically Important Financial Institutions
11. Financial Sector Regulation in the post-crisis world
12. Moral Hazard Problem
13. Resolution Regime
14. Interest Rate Reforms in India
Chapter : 3 - Balance of Payments
1. How to develop basics in BoP -1
2. How to develop basics in Bop -2
2.1 What is Balance of Payments Account?
2.2 Components of BoP
3.1 Current Account -1
3.2. Current Account 2– trade account
4. Current Account – the Invisible Account
5. Main trends in India’s invisibles account
6. Current Account Balance
7. Capital Account
8. Overall Balance of Payment of India
9. Key Balance of Payment Concepts
10. IMF BoP Manual 6 Classification
11. India’s Bop trends -1
11.2. India’s Bop trends -2

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