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Category Archives: Economics

An economy is run by the people, which means that an economy grows by the contribution of citizens. It has been observed that an economy… Read More
Important topics in Economics for UPSC: If you are preparing for the UPSC civil services exam, you would be aware that economics is an inevitable… Read More
A government needs a decent revenue for proper economic growth of a nation and the majority of the government’s revenue is generated by direct tax… Read More
The Krishi Amdani Bima Yojana is also known as the national agricultural insurance scheme, written commonly (NAIS). This scheme was sponsored by the government and… Read More
To combat drug misuse and outlaw its use, distribution, manufacturing, and trade, the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act) was enacted in 1985.… Read More
A green economy is a process of fostering social and environmental sustainability via the encouragement of public and private investment in infrastructure. The green economy… Read More
The Financial Stability and Development Council (FSDC) is an apex-level organization that the government established after consulting with financial market regulators. It is organized in order… Read More
On August 29, 1997, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority was established as an annex office of the Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals, which is currently… Read More
UPSC Mains 2022 GS-3 (Paper 3) is available with details Analysis: The UPSC Civil Services Mains exam was successfully conducted on September 18, 2022, during… Read More
On September 9, 2022, Smt. Droupadi Murmu, the President of India, effectively began the Pradhan Mantri TB Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan. All community stakeholders will be… Read More
The condition of being unable to meet one’s necessities is referred to as absolute poverty. Absolute poverty is a term used to describe a situation… Read More
Development Of  Enterprise and service Hubs (DESH) bill is introduced by the government to replace the Current Special Economic Zone Act, 2005. It was done… Read More
Small Savings Schemes are a collection of savings instruments run by the federal government. It aims to encourage all residents, regardless of age, to save… Read More
A company that deals in risky and illiquid assets are known as a bad bank. These assets are owned by banks, financial institutions, or a group… Read More
An economy can be considered to be growing positively when the government’s revenue is more than its expenditure. If a government does not have enough… Read More

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