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Indian Economy as a subject to prepare for UPSC can become quite difficult and lengthy if not covered in the incorrect way.
How to Prepare Indian Economy for UPSC CSE 2019 – Approach and Important Topics: https://youtu.be/nW5jqdMFYGo

In this session, Ayussh Sanghi will teach you about Monetary Policy which is a very important topic for UPSC CSE. Every year, quite a few questions are asked related to the monetary policy and several other current affairs topics which are related to monetary policy.

Monetary policy refers to the policy of the central bank i.e the Reserve Bank of India, in matters of interest rates, money supply, inflation, and growth. RBI uses the tools and rates under the Monetary policy to drive the growth of the country,

In this session on Monetary policy, the following important topics will be covered:
1. What is Monetary Policy – 1:33
2. Objectives of Monetary Policy – 1:52
3. Tools to Control Inflation – 04:05
4. What is Expansionary Monetary Policy – 4:42
5. What is Contractionary Monetary Policy – 05:08
6. Policy Rates – 05:48
a. Repo Rate
b. Reverse Repo Rate
c. Bank Rate
7. Reserve Ratio – 6:21
a. Cash Reserve Ratio
b. Statutory Reserve Ratio
8. Open Market Operation – 6:46
9. What is Repo Rate – 8:10
10. What is Reverse Repo Rate – 13:14

Having trouble understanding and remembering the concepts of Indian Economy? This session covers the important concepts which one needs to know in order to gain the most out of your study time while reading Indian Economy. Must watch for all aspirants for UPSC 2019 as well as individuals wanting to improve their GK.

You can find all the courses by Ayussh here: https://unacademy.com/user/AyusshSanghi
You can join Ayussh’s Plus course on Indian Economy here: https://unacademy.com/plus/course/ace-economy-prepare-for-high-scores-pcm/QRGIR7IJ

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  1. Tapan Kumar Naik 3 years ago

    Superb

  2. Amritpal Singh 3 years ago

    Very nice lecture sir

  3. Ankush Ade 3 years ago

    I heartily solute you sir, your teaching is really good, thanks a lot sir.

  4. ameet kumar 3 years ago

    Such a lucid lecture. Really helpful sir add video on daily basis

  5. PANKAJ KUMAR SINGH 3 years ago

    superb sir….

  6. Manish Thavasi 3 years ago

    Pls avoid using hindi in between

  7. Mathew John 3 years ago

    Sir , you are the best teacher in the unacademy

  8. Lucky Dubey 3 years ago

    sir unacademy par apka demand and supply ka video nahi mil raha hai.

  9. Mahipal choudhary 3 years ago

    notes

  10. bhavika sharma 3 years ago

    Sir plz provide a video on convertibility of rupee….very confusing….u teach very well…plz help out… especially capital account convertibility

  11. Maneesh Gupta 3 years ago

    Hi Mr Ayussh Sanghi, how to prepare for rbi grade b phase 2 exam. Pls make a video on that.

  12. Ashwani Kumar 3 years ago

    Aapne madeeasy se leave kr diya for project management.

  13. sarwar kamal 3 years ago

    Dear Sir you are awesome!

  14. Shashikant verma 3 years ago

    nicr

  15. Sonam Chodol 3 years ago

    Woow.thku so much

  16. The Floating School 3 years ago

    Good one sir!

  17. Rahul Anand 3 years ago

    2-6 % is correct representation of inflation control band , 4% +/-2% is completely wrote representation, bcoz it means 4% +/-. 08

  18. Satyam Tripathi 3 years ago

    Sir what are government bonds?

  19. vivek nEdungad 3 years ago

    Thank you sir.. Looking forward to more lessons

  20. Sai Krishna 3 years ago

    Tq u sir

  21. Mason 3 years ago

    Like your energy

  22. Mason 3 years ago

    Woo unacademy got some camera skills

  23. indian 123 3 years ago

    great sir.

  24. naimish varma 3 years ago

    Best knowledge for both Hindi and English

  25. Hardik Patel 3 years ago

    Thanks sirji
    Please continue
    Very useful

  26. Vikram Raj Singh 3 years ago

    Sit relax and enjoy

  27. Sanjeet Yadav 3 years ago

    shaandaar👌

  28. Manisha Bhardwaj 3 years ago

    But you didn’t explain CRR and SLR😔

  29. geetanjali das 3 years ago

    We need more videos on this topic

  30. jithendra naidu 3 years ago

    Please speak in english only

  31. Manas Joshi 3 years ago

    Flawless………

    What great explanation.👍👍

  32. vikash kumar singh 3 years ago

    helllo all of you ……. this unacademy is just a time pass platform for beginners where he surely come to know this rubbish thing have to do to earn money with little study .. i like roman sir but eventually he does not make series study or a topicwise ..its not the way randomly picking the topic and describe it. not a single subject till know you have completed you all guys are just showy .. like you know english very well but your good english not of use to single student . so do something sir with proper completion of single subject

  33. Naveen Kumar 3 years ago

    For 4 percent inflatiin repo rate will be 8 percent

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