India’s economy over the last decade looks in many ways like a success story; after a major economic crisis in 1991, followed by bold reform measures, the economy has experienced a rapid economic growth rate, more foreign investment, and a boom in the information technology sector. Yet many in the country still suffer from crushing poverty, and social and political unrest remains a problem.
According to the IMF, India is a bright spot in the global ecosystem and India’s growth is looking very lucrative in the coming years. India’s growth has surpassed many emerging and developing economies. Recent IMF data suggests that India is the fastest growing economy in the world and this trend will continue in 2019 and 2020 also. Recently, NITI Aayog expects India to grow at 9-10% by 2022-23 which would raise the size of the economy in real terms from USD2.7 trillion in 2017-18
to nearly USD4 trillion by 2022- 23.
Economic Growth and Macro Economic Policy and its related issues Indian Economy and its emerging challenges
Planning commission to NITI Ayog
Labour and Employment scenario
Poverty alleviation and Employment generation
Environment and Sustainability and its challenges
Rural development, sanitation, water supply, employment generation etc.
Urban development initiatives and its challenges, Smart City, Hriday, Amrut etc.
Housing Development and PM Awas Yojana etc.
Rural credit and Sustainable Rural Development
Agriculture and agrarian issues in present scenario
Agriculture skill council, National agriculture market, PMKSY, Soil health card etc. Food Security, agriculture productivity, FCI, Food Subsidy
Challenges of manufacturing sector and Govt. initiatives- Make in India
MSMEs and Govt. initiatives- SFURTI, ASPIRE, Make in India etc.
India’s rate of economic growth after the 1991 reforms were instituted
reached a remarkable 7 percent for three consecutive years, from 1994 to 1997.
Financial Inclusion scenario, Mudara, Jan-Dhan Yojana etc. Financial inclusion – Jan-Dhan Yojana etc.
Role of Banking Sector in Entrepreneurship Development Recent changes in Financial Sector
Microfinance and Economic Empowerment
Family welfare and Health sector and its related issues,
Govt. initiatives in Health & Family welfare sector PMSSY, RSBY, PM Jan Arogya Yojana,
Ayushman Bharat, etc.
Social security in India-Atal Pension Yojana, PMSBY, PMJJBY etc.
Tourism and hospitality industry
International Trade scenario and Foreign Direct Investment
Fiscal federalism and Changes in taxation system
Cooperative Federalism and Finance Commission
Human Resource Development: RUSA, Unnat Bharat Abhiyan, GER, Skill development etc. Issues and challenges of Service Sectors- Startup India, Digital India etc.
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