[BES16] Economic Survey → Budget-2016→7th Pay Commission, can’t JAM-DBT everything, Disinvestment, CSS-restructuring, FRBM Review

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  1. Prologue
  2. BES162-P06: 7th Pay Commission Report, IAS “Edge”,OROP,HRA-Inflation
  3. BES162-P07: We can’t JAM-DBT every Scheme because
  4. BES162-P08: Disinvestment- Theory & Current, Budget-2016 Target
  5. BES162-P09: Restructuring Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS)
  6. BES162-P10: Fiscal Deficit- Theory & Current, Budget-2016 Target

Prologue

  • Previous lecture, we had finished upto revenue Expenditure.
  • This part covers the remaining port and thus Economy pillar#2 – budget and fiscal policy is over.
  • Powerpoint available at http://Mrunal.org/download (Go to mediafire => powerpoint => Mrunal =>2_Budget Folder)

BES162-P06: 7th Pay Commission Report, IAS “Edge”,OROP,HRA-Inflation

7th Pay Commission

  • recap of the previous lecture- up to tax and non-tax revenue receipts of the government
  • part of budget: revenue expenditure and non-plan expenditure
  • major components of non-plan expenditure- in decreasing order.
  • 7th Pay commission: theory, salient features, list of beneficiaries, which department implements this report, will the award of 7th pay commission increase inflation in India? Provisions related to house rent allowance, interest bearing advances and interest free advances.
  • What are the views of 7th Pay commission and Justice A.K.Mathur on the “edge” enjoyed by Indian administrative service (IAS), one ranked one pension scheme (OROP) and performance based pay?

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/kOzlJw-7q9E

BES162-P07: We can’t JAM-DBT every Scheme to reduce Subsidy Leakage because

JAM-DBT

  • major subsidies in India and their descending order in budget 2016
  • overall subsidy has declined in budget 2016 compared to the revised estimate of 2015, why and how?
  • Science-tech Theory about liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
  • Steps taken to reduce the petroleum subsidy bill in India- new measures related to Pahal-DBT for super-rich and PM Ujjwalla Yojana for BPL households in budget 2016
  • Role of first mile, middle mile and last mile delivery points in success of direct benefit transfer (DBT) in any scheme.
  •  “O” Ring theory of US Economics Michael Kremer and JAM preparedness index of India for urban and rural region.
  •  Why BAPU- Biometric Authenticated Physical update (BAPU) is more suitable for certain scheme than JAM-DBT?
  •  JAM vs BAPU: Why delivery route is more suitable for food subsidy, kerosene subsidy and fertilizer subsidy? What has Economic survey recommended? What has Government implemented?

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/Pln25MRScs4

BES162-P08: Disinvestment- Theory & Current, Budget-2016 Target; ETF, OFS, IPP

Disinvestment

  • part of budget: capital receipts- debt and non-debt receipts
  • breakup of India’s sovereign debt- internal versus external, short-term versus long-term
  • What are the non- debt capital receipts of the government?
  • Disinvestment: argument in favour and against, timeline of disinvestment in India since LPG crises of 1991
  • three prevalent methods of disinvestment in India: exchange traded funds (ETF), institutional placement program (IPP), offer for sale (OFS)- and their salient features.
  • Disinvestment target of Rs. 56,500 in Budget 2016- how will it be achieved?
  • What is the meaning of strategic disinvestment?
  • Why did the government of the name Department of disinvestment in Department of investment and public asset management (DIPAM)?

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/hj2DROj-6q0

BES162-P09: Restructuring Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS)

Restructuring of CSS

  • In budget 2016, government has decided to work with the plan and non-plan expenditure classification from 2017, why?
  • Classification of 27 Restructure centrally sponsored schemes.
  • What are the “core of the core”, “core” and optional schemes? What is the funding mechanism for sharing formula in them?

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/n8pQkncITRQ

BES162-P10: Fiscal Deficit- Theory & Current, Budget-2016 Target

fiscal deficit, FRBM Review

  • let’s calculate the budget deficit, fiscal deficit and primary deficit in budget 2016.
  • What is monetised deficit?
  • Why is high level of the fiscal deficit bad for an economy?
  • Fiscal responsibility and budget Management (FRBM) Act 2003- original and extended deadlines.
  • How does Modi government plan to contain the fiscal deficit at the percent of GDP by the year 2017-18?
  • Why is government of India constituting an expert panel to review FRBM Act? Why should we have a “range” rather than fixed targets for fiscal deficit?

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/hE5l-i1Qfig
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So far 39 Comments posted

  1. Deepak k.

    can v also continue series of modern indian history

  2. shubham

    sir history lectures plz…………..and thanks for this…………………..u r a god for me in this upsc preparation …….thanku so muh…………….

  3. prabhat

    absolutely amazing .. this article is worth waiting.. our god Mrunal sir surely knows how to make things go \,,/ thank you sir for this precious .. finally back in the game

  4. Hitesh

    what must I read from today to clear ias pre 2016 preparation ?

    give me complete details and strong points

    1. new player

      start with ncert and nios..once done with it you can graduate over to mrunal videos and ppt

  5. Lovey

    sir please history series update kar dijiye.. time is running and the history link is missing.. :p

  6. prabhat

    as usual great ppt … no words … thanks a tonne sir \,,/

  7. vishwa

    sir history lectures plz…………………….

  8. Ajay

    History series plz

  9. Atul

    Really u r excellent.

  10. Atul

    Sir Ji ….history please.

  11. anil

    sir can u please provide ppts of these lectures too??

  12. mohamed irfan

    thank you very much sir i was so much orried since the upload was delayed this time and also i notice u have improved your video quality

  13. Lala

    Sir, History series complete karva do….exams are approaching…don’t leave in the middle of the sea nhi toh hum jazbaati ho jaege

  14. rohith

    just amazing sir…indebted to you

  15. vivek

    ESB161/p3 : “Recapitalize for Basel III” and “Reforms” (after slide no 55 onwards) are missing in the folder but can be seen in the video. kindly update

  16. Parag

    Sir, Eco Survey Cha3: in intro part they talking about {DBT and (AASAAN) }page no 50….
    Could u pls elaborate wht does Aasaan means n in wht form they are talking about…
    Thanks for series…..
    Hope Hist Serious also upload as early as possible….

  17. Gagan Kumar

    Salute you sir! you are an inspiration. Awesome presentation

  18. Sandeep Roy

    Such a great contribution you are giving for non coaching students….i am following you since last two years..you have changed many things in your lectures with time apart one thing i.e. your saracasm about the issues which i like the most…
    Thanks mrunal sir…Making civil study so easy..

  19. navneet sinha

    amazing sir..!!! your economic analysis is far more comprehensive and better than the original economic survey..!! kudos to u….!! 🙂

  20. Kachra

    Thanks a lot sir…

  21. Nikita

    Please upload ppt of this lecture…

  22. Rohit Singh

    Video quality is awesome…. super. ..
    Sir if possible… plz continue the same video quality for all the other subjects also….
    These videos are of best quality..

  23. NIRAV

    Thank You Mrunal Sir.. for such a great contribution in our (CS Aspirants ) preparation. . These vdieos are more clear and audible even in low resolution. . Thanks again

  24. Tirup Parmar

    This times presentation is just awesome sir…Thank you so much sir for endless efforts…:)

  25. shivani mittal

    can anyone guide me from where can i download the slides for economic survey?

  26. dev

    sir from where i can get ppt of new lectures.they are not available in mediafire. if any budy get this plz suggest.

  27. 007

    mrunal sir you are great. million tons of thanks are even less for you

  28. mpk

    Where is pdf available?…Can plz anyone tell me??…

  29. Pawan

    Hats off sir!
    And can we get the remaining videos of Economics Survey and Budget in this week please? It would of great help for NABARD Mains on June 12.
    Once again thanks a ton

  30. priya singh

    dear sir…powerpoint is not seen in the download segment…plz provide the link.i go through medifire but there was only earlier series not of this one.

  31. Kuldip

    can anybody give me current affairs note?

  32. Kuldip

    Give me gs notes in pdf format pls

  33. hiteshi

    hello Sir

    i have been following mrunal platform since 2012. The articles provided on different topics were very handy and helpful. i always found economics boring but your write ups made it interesting.
    I plan to write UPSC now and saw the change on your website. there are no readymade notes but video lectures which are quite
    informative.
    However, one has to make their own notes now, earlier u reduced the burden by 75-80%.
    So, Sir i request you that is it anyway possible to get those written notes again for every topic.(earlier they were available for free, which was an asset. i am ready to pay as well if the notes can be provided.)

    Watching video is good but its time consuming for me as i have time constraints. please suggest.

  34. hiteshi

    hello Sir

    i have been following mrunal platform since 2012. The articles provided on different topics were very handy and helpful. i always found economics boring but your write ups made it interesting.
    I plan to write UPSC now and saw the change on your website. there are no readymade notes but video lectures which are quite informative.
    However, one has to make their own notes now, earlier u reduced the burden by 75-80%.
    So, Sir i request you that is it anyway possible to get those written notes again for every topic.(earlier they were available for free, which was an asset. i am ready to pay as well if the notes can be provided.)

    Watching video is good but its time consuming for me as i have time constraints. please suggest.

  35. MaNo

    if I find ncert macroeconomy itself difficult.what’s my solution?anybody

  36. Sirisha

    Sir, please provide in info in written form whatever you teach.

  37. Sirisha

    Sir, please provide info in written form whatever you teach.

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