UPSC / IAS GS-General Studies Module Coaching: Economy

GS ECONOMY MAINS SPECIAL-2017
by Gagan Gautam

"A Complete solution from coverage of Syllabus to analytical approach to Answer Writing"

Batch Starts   on 9th Aug,2017 at 11:00am

FEE: For Mains Special Rs.7,000/-

Coverage of syllabus in a TIME BOUND manner(Class schedule will be given in advance)
Specially designed CLASS NOTES will be given prior to every class
Every day short CLASS TESTS of 15 to 20 minutes
Every day special ANSWER WRITING SESSIONS to develop your answers writing skills
Framing of more than 100 POTENTIAL QUESTIONS in class itself
Complete coverage of last 1 Year economic development including Budget & Economic Survey
Comprehensive analysis of Economic Times, Business Standard, Yojana and EPW on a weekly bases
A FULL TEST after the compilation of the syllabus

If you prepare Economy as a whole there won't be single question in Mains that will be out of your reach

Don't forget to collect your fee copy of strategy Plan for Economy from our Office

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OUR APPROACH TO ECONOMY

Fundamental of Economy Comprehensive understanding of Indian Economy Applied aspects of Economy Answer Writing Skill Development Comprehensive Test with Personal Feedback

If you prepare Economy as a whole there won't be single question in Prelims or Mains that will be out of your reach

Coverage:

  1. Conceptual clarity of fundamentals
  2. Complete overview of national macro economic scenario
  3. Critical review of Public Finance
  4. Economic application in social arena like agroeconomy, demographics issues, Industrial performance etc.
  5. International economic development with reference to Indian Economy
  6. Application of economy in generating inter-disciplinary approach towards entire G.S

Highlight Features:

UPSC/CSE IAS Examination-2015 GS-III (Economy) Questions in Mains

9/10 Questions of Economy(GS-III) were directly from Notes/Tests.

  1. The nature of economic growth in India in recent times is often described as a jobless growth. Do you agree with this view? Give arguments in favour of your answer. (Q.10 of Test-14 : Mains Test Series-2015)

  2. Livestock rearing has a big potential for providing non- farm employment and income in rural areas. Discuss suggesting suitable measures to promote this sector in India. (Q.16 of Test-18, Q.12 of Test-4 : Mains Test Series-2015)

  3. In the view of the declining average size of land holdings in India which has made agriculture non – viable for a majority of farmers should contract farming and land leasing be promoted in agriculture? Critically evaluate the pros and cons. (Q.16 of Test-14 : Mains Test Series-2015)

  4. How can the Digital India program help farmers to improve farm productivity and income? What step has the government taken in this regard? (Q.14 of Test-18 : Mains Test Series-2015)

  5. In what way could replacement of price subsidy with direct benefit Transfer (DBT) change the scenario of subsidies in India? Discuss. (Similar to Q.14 of Test-4 : Mains Test Series-2015, Directly from class notes.)

  6. What are the impediments in marketing and supply chain management in developing the food processing industry in India? Can e-commerce help in overcoming this bottleneck? (Q.14, Q.15 of Test-14 : Mains Test Series-2015)

  7. Craze for gold in Indian has led to surge in import of gold in recent years and put pressure on balance of payments and external value of rupee. In view of this, examine the merits of Gold Monetization scheme. (Detailed Discussion in class)

  8. “Success of make in India program depends on the success of Skill India programme and radical labour reforms.” Discuss with logical arguments. (Detailed Discussion in class)

  9. To what factors can be the recent dramatic fall in equipment cost and tariff of solar energy be attributed? What implications does the trend have for thermal power producers and related industry?

  10. There is a clear acknowledgement that Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are a tool of industrial development, manufacturing and exports. Recognising this potential, the whole instrumentality of SEZs require augmentation. Discuss the issue plaguing the success of SEZs with respect to taxation, governing laws and administration. (Directly from class notes and discussed in class)

UPSC Essay Paper 2015 SECTION-B (125 MARKS)

  1. Technology cannot replace manpower. (Directly from class lecture)

  2. Crisis faced in India – moral or economic. (Directly from class lecture)

  3. Can capitalism bring inclusive growth ? (Directly from class lecture and class notes)