Indian Economy : For Civil Services
Examinations 5th Edition By Ramesh Singh
Publisher McGraw Hill Education
Publication Year 2013 June
Number of Pages 728 Pages
Indian Economy: For Civil Services Examinations presents a
holistic overview of the shift in the global economy and its importance to India
and its current situation, with separate chapters on the Indian economy and the
evolution of the Indian economy.
Indian Economy: For Civil Services Examinations has an
up-to-date and exam-oriented style with new and recent terms added. It has 22
chapters with lots of sub-chapters, including 2 separate chapters on Model
Answers To Selected Questions and Economics Concepts And Terminologies. It has
updated notes by most recent sources and is very useful for the civil services
The book's widespread description of large and small issues,
right from the zenith of centralized planning to the current period of
relaxation of government regulations, makes it very useful for the civil
services candidates, researchers, academicians and anyone who is interested in
understanding the dynamics, growth and present status of the Indian economy.
Some of the chapters in the book are Evolution Of The Indian
Economy, Progress, Growth And Development, Economic Planning, Inflation and
Business Cycle, and Human Development in India. Chapters on Financial Market,
Inflation and Business Cycle have been thoroughly revamped. The book contains
numerical updates from India 2013, Economic Survey (2012-13), Union Budget
(2013-14) and the Railway Budget (2013-14). Indian Economy: For Civil Services
Examinations also has three new chapters, which are Preparing for the
Demographic Dividend, Technology-Environment Dilemma, and Sustainability and
The book is written specially for students studying for the
General Studies paper of the Civil Services examination. The book can also be
used by graduate and undergraduate students of Economics.
Indian Economy: For Civil Services Examinations was authored
by Ramesh Singh and published by McGraw Hill Education in June 2013.