Majid Hussain
  1. BES18: Budget and Economic Survey 2018
  2. Pillar#1: Money, Banking, Finance & Insurance
    1. 1-Monetary Policy: Repo, SLR, CRR, MSF, LAF & More
    2. 1-BASEL Norms, NPA, SARFAESI, Insolvency
    3. 1-Evolution & Classification of Banks & NBFCs
    4. 1-Financial Market, SENSEX, SEBI, PAN, DEMAT, SCAMS
    5. 1-Insurance & Financial Inclusion
  3. Pillar#2: Budget, Taxation & GST
  4. Pillar#3: Balance of Payment & International Trade
  5. Pillar#4: Sectors of Economy, GDP, Inflation
    1. 4-GDP & Inflation
    2. 4b-MicroEconomics
    3. 4-Sectors of Economy: Food Processing Industry For UPSC Mains GS3
  6. Pillar#5: Infrastructure
  7. Pillar#6: Human Resource Development
  8. Downloads: Powerpoints, Textbooks & More

BES18: Budget and Economic Survey 2018

Pillar#1: Money, Banking, Finance & Insurance

  1. Money#1: Functions of Money, Full Bodied coins vs Token Coins, Debasement, Fungibility
  2. Money#2: Limited vs Unlimited Legal Tenders, Fiat & Fiduciary Money, Gold standard,
  3. Money#3: Bitcoin Simplified, Blockchain technology how useful in Banking transactions?
  4. Banking Transaction#1: Cheque Types, MICR, CTS Truncation, Negotiable Instrument Act
  5. Banking Transaction#2: Core Banking & E-Kuber; Card Types, ATM Types; NEFT, RTGS; ECS, NACH
  6. Banking Transaction#3: BHIM, UPI, IMPS, USSD, NPCi & Mobile Banking API in India
  7. E-Payment #1: MDR, PoS, Interoperability, BharatQR, Ratan Watal, C.Naidu & Budget provisions
  8. E-Payment #2: Penalties on Cash Transactions, Lucky Grahak, Paygov, NTRP, DipYAN
  9. E-Payment #3: Mains GS3 Answerwriting Practice on Digital Payment- Mock Questions for UPSC

1-Monetary Policy: Repo, SLR, CRR, MSF, LAF & More

  1. Monetary Policy#1: Money multiplier, Fractional Reserve, High Powered v. Narrow v. Broad Money
  2. Monetary Policy#2: SLR, CRR & Incremental CRR after Demonetization-Simplified
  3. Monetary Policy#3: Open Market Operations (OMO) & Market Stabilization Scheme (MSS)
  4. Monetary Policy#4: MSF, LAF-Repo Rate, RR, Bank Rate, Policy Corridor, Liquidity Injection
  5. Monetary Policy#5: Review of RBI’s Last One Year’s Bi-monthly Monetary Policies
  6. Monetary Policy#6: PSL, SCC & CAS- Priority Sector Lending Norms, Selective Credit Control
  7. Monetary Policy#7: LTV, Margin Requirement, Moral Suasion & Direction Action
  8. Monetary Policy#8: Limitations and Non-Transmission, Base Rate vs MCLR
  9. Monetary Policy#9: UPSC- Mains Answer Writing Practice for GS Paper-3
  10. Monetary Policy Update (MP1-FY18): Standing deposit facility (SDF), Tri-party Repo Rate & More

1-BASEL Norms, NPA, SARFAESI, Insolvency

  1. Banking: PCA Framework, Countercyclical Capital buffer (CCCB) & BASEL-III Capitalization Norms
  2. Bank NPA #1: Twin Balance sheet Problem (TBS)- Three Stages [Economic Survey Chapter 4]
  3. Bank NPA #2: SDR, S4A, 5/25 Scheme, AQR, JLF, CAP, SARFAESI, I&B Code, Loan Waiver vs Loan Write-Off
  4. Bank NPA #3: Bad Bank “PARA”, RBI’s Windfall Profit Post-Demonetization, 4R4D, BBB, BIC

1-Evolution & Classification of Banks & NBFCs

  1. Banking Classification #1: RBI Structure, Functions, NPA Ordinance, Enforcement Department
  2. Banking Classification #2: Nationalized PSBs, Merger of SBI Associate Banks & Mahila Bank (BMB)
  3. Banks Classification #3: India Postal Payment Bank (IPPB), On-Tap License, RRB, LAB, Private Banks
  4. Banking Classification #4: Wholesale Bank (WLTF), Cooperatives, DCCB, PACS, NABARD, SIDBI,EXIM,NHB
  5. Banking Classification #5: Islamic Banking, Indigenous Bankers, MUDRA Bank, NBFCs & Their Regulators

1-Financial Market, SENSEX, SEBI, PAN, DEMAT, SCAMS

  1. Financial Market #1: Investment Funds [ETF, ReITs, InvITs], Debt, Equity, & Derivatives
  2. Financial Market #2: SENSEX, SEBI, Dabba Trading, Chit Fund Scams, CERT-Fin, DEMAT
  3. Financial Market #3: Companies Act, Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), Corporate Governance, NCLAT

1-Insurance & Financial Inclusion

  1. Insurance Sector: IRDAI, DICGC, LIC, GIC, Nationalization, Reforms, Ombudsman
  2. Fin.Inclusion #1: Jan-Dhan Money Laundering, Small Saving Schemes, Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana
  3. Fin.Inclusion #2: Atal Pension, PM Surakasha Bima Yojana, PM Jeevan Jyoti, rPLI

Pillar#2: Budget, Taxation & GST

  1. Budget-2017: Money Bill vs Finance Bill, Parts of Budget, Vote on Account
  2. Taxation: Direct & Indirect Taxes in India, Laffer Curve, Ad-Valorem, Tax-Devolution, Tax Foregone
  3. GST: Simplified for Competitive Exams- Structure, Slabs, & Compensation Cess of Goods & Services Tax
  4. Black Money #1: PM Garib Kalyan Yojana, Electoral Bonds, PoEM, GAAR, P-Notes
  5. Black Money #2: Demonetization- Soil Rate, How did 97% Old Notes returned to Banks?
  6. BES172: Budget- Fiscal Deficit, FRBM Review Committee of NK Singh, PDMA
  7. 7th Pay Commission Report, IAS “Edge”, OROP, HRA-Inflation
  8. L4/P6: 14th Finance Commission: Tax Devolution, 42% Share
  9. Eco. Survey17 Ch.13-Resource Curse, Ch.2-Economic Vision, Ch.9-UBI
  10. GSM3/Budgeting: Why change Financial Year of India instead of 1st April-31st March?
  11. GSM3/Budgeting: Why Budget advanced to 1st February? Merits, Rationale, Summary
  12. GSM3/Budgeting: Why Plan-Non plan merger? Is Revenue-Capital classification sufficient?
  13. [BES171/P0] Gist of Economic Survey’s 14 Chapters for UPSC IAS/IPS Prelim, Mains & Interviews
  14. BES162-P08: Disinvestment- Theory & Current, Budget-2016 Target; ETF, IPP, OFS
  15. BES162-P07: We can’t JAM-DBT every Scheme to stop subsidy leakage because

Pillar#3: Balance of Payment & International Trade

  1. BoP#1: Current Account Deficit (CAD), OPEC Cutback, Strategic Oil Reserve, GIFT City
  2. BoP#2: Capital Account- Sterilization, FIPB Abolition, FCNR Swap Crisis, Demonetization Impact
  3. BoP#3: Bretton Woods Organizations: WTO Agreements, IMF Gold Standard
  4. BES163-P4: IMF Reforms 2015-16: Yuan inclusion, Quota review, Directors’ Appointment
  5. BES163-P5: WTO-Nairobi Summit, Special Safeguard Mechanism (SSM), ITA, Agri Export Subsidies
  6. BES163-P3: Helicopter Money, Rules of Monetary Policy, ECB-framework-2015
  7. Eco Survey17 Ch.5: Fiscal Framework for India in changing World Economy?

Pillar#4: Sectors of Economy, GDP, Inflation

  1. BES164/P1: Agriculture-More from Less Water, Microirrigation, El-Nino, La-Nina, Drought types
  2. BES164/P2: Agriculture-Urea DBT, Endosulfan pesticide, Biocontrol Agents, Organic farming, Pulses
  3. BES164/P3: Agriculture Insurance, Credit, e-NAM, Animal Husbandry, Krishonnati-Yojana
  4. BES174/P1: Sectors of Economy- Agri to Mfg: Schemes, Acts, Policies
  5. BES174/P2: One Dozen Skill Schemes: SANKALP, STRIVE, Roshni, Himayat, UDAN, Ustaad & More
  6. Eco. Survey ch. 7 & 11: One Economic India, Interstate Trade, Clothes & Shoes
  7. BES164/P4: Types of unemployment, EPF Regulatory Cholesterol in Budget-2016

4-GDP & Inflation

  1. GDP Simplified for Competitive Exams: Growth Rate, Deflator, MV=PY, GNP, NNP, Per Capita Income
  2. CPI, WPI, IIP: Simplified for Competitive Exams; PPI, ASI, NSSO, CSO, OBICUS, RESIDEX & More

4b-MicroEconomics

  1. MiE/P1: Microeconomics- Type of Goods, Giffen-Veblen-Inferior, Elasticity of Demand & Supply
  2. MiE/P2: Types of Market Structures, Marginal Utility Curve, Avg. Cost, Economies of Scale

4-Sectors of Economy: Food Processing Industry For UPSC Mains GS3

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  1. [Food Processing] Edible Oil: Supply-Chain, Upstream, Downstream, Onion-Crisis and ofcourse Desi-liquor
  2. [Food Processing] Tea, Coffee Supply Chain, Upstream, Downstream for UPSC General Studies Mains
  3. [Food Processing] Poultry, Meat, Supply Chain, Upstream, Downstream, Avian influenza, government schemes
  4. [Food Processing] Fisheries: Freshwater, Aquaculture, Shrimpfarming: supply chain, upstream, downstream, Marine Policy, Fisherman Welfare Scheme
  5. [Food Processing] Milk Dairy Sector, Supply Chain, upstream downstream issues, Amul Model, Operation Flood
  6. [Food Processing] Supply Chain Management, Upstream Downstream requirements for Fruit & Vegetables, Confectionery industries
  7. [Food Processing] Export, Dumping, FDI, Finance, Taxation, Budget Provisions, CODEX, NWR, BRGF, RKVY
  8. [Food Processing] Nuisance of APMC Acts, Commission Agents; Marketing of agricultural produce: issues and constrains for GS Mains
  9. [Food Processing] Mega Food parks, Agri-Export Zones(AEZ), Cold Chains and truckload of government schemes
  10. [Food Processing] Introduction, Scope, Significance, Awesomeness (hardly), Obstacles (truckload of) for GS Mains

Pillar#5: Infrastructure

  1. Infra#1: Transport-UDAN, Sethu Bharatam, Energy-UNFCCC Marrakesh Summit Outcomes
  2. Infra#2: Two Dozen Schemes for Rural & Urban Development in India
  3. BES165/P5: Communication Infra: radio, telecom, post office, PCI, TRAI, Call Drops

Pillar#6: Human Resource Development

  1. Census theory, Population growth stages, Formula, diversity, personal laws
  2. BES176/Human Dev#1: Health, Education, Women- Schemes, Policies, Apps & Portals
  3. BES176/Human Dev#2: Poverty Line, Hunger Index, SECC, MPI, Mission Antodaya, NRLM, MNREGA, NFSA
  4. Sustainable Development Goals (SDG-2030) & Millennium Development Goals (MDG)
  5. DRAFT Education Policy, HEFA, RTE-Pramati, PISA, ASER, Youth Org, Sports-Yearbook

Downloads: Powerpoints, Textbooks & More

  1. Powerpoints of my Lectures
  2. NCERT Textbooks for Economy
  3. Official Budget & Economic Surveys from FinMin website
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127 Comments on “Economy : All Articles written by Mrunal for UPSC, SSC, IBPS, IIM MBA GDPI- Current Affairs, Indian Economy”

  1. here Are these series useful for 2019 also
    Have no economics background and preparing for first time for UPSC

  2. follow Hi
    Most of your videos is in hindi , it will be useful for everyone if you post videos in english

  3. follow link In one of his ppt he has wrote that credit cards are produced by PVB. What does PVB stands for?

  4. Do I have to watch that Old L1 series(85 videos playlist) Or Just go through with the new BES17 series??
    Because in Mediafire there are also old ppts available.
    Anyone Can reply as soon as possible.

    1. Hey! Wanted to know the same thing. Did you get any info on it?

      1. I suggest you to watch all the videos in sequence given on this page, from pillar#1 to pillar#6. Then wait for him to update BES19 because BES18 is static based. He himself said in one of the videos that the old L and P series have outdated data. So refer to the links given on this page. All the best.

    2. On mrunal.org/downloads he said, no need to look at old ppts once BES series is done. I have watched old as well as the new ones, I can confidently say the new ones are enough. They are updated ones with static information mixed with current. I think he will do BES19 after january-february. But if you watch BES17 and are updated with current affairs. It will be fine. Just remember to read NCERTs at least ones before watching any of the videos.

  5. sir i am not able to download pdf of the lectures will you please tell how to

  6. Hi sir. Recently i started my upsc preparation without any choching. But i am confused from were should i start my economy through your videos.

  7. If anybody has mrunal sir s 2018-19, videos ppt and pdf please mail me, my I’d is [email protected]…m not getting d link…m totally depending on mrunal sir videos, please help

  8. Can u give lecture in English

  9. sir i am speechless……thanku thaku so much
    economics ko koi etna easy way padha sakta h …..unbelievable

  10. are this articles enough for economy syllabus or do i have to go through some lengthy book?please answer

  11. Sir please do tell us about the ncerts which chapters we have to read. We didn’t get the link of it.

  12. Sir Where you have posted Lectures for UPSC 2019?

  13. Hi sir,
    Am new to this website? ??I am preparing for sbi po interview.How to know about current issues in banking??

  14. Dir when u r going to start economy for 2019 upsc exam

  15. Hi sir
    Taluka prabandhak mate nu syllabus batao
    Please

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