Economic Survey 2016-17 has been released by the Government of India.As we all know, Economic Survey which is the most authentic economic and social analysis of India is a must read do all aspirants.It is available for free from Here.
Shifting from a past couple of year’s trend, This year Economic Survey contains only one Volume. This year it comprises of 15 chapters with in-depth analysis of various sectors of the economy.
How to read the Economic Survey?
- Don’t try to cover the entire survey at once because it will lead to loss of interest and loss of information.
- You can try reading one chapter at a time. It will help you to keep the rhythm while getting most out of it.
- You can make note of important facts and also jargons used by the survey Eg: Chakravyuha Challenge, JAM trinity etc were popular among senior aspirants 🙂
- In case you are unaware of some technical jargons please take the time to learn it.
- Read the economic survey from cover to cover because it is going to help in General Studies papers.
- The boxes and charts in the survey contain very valuable information and you may get a direct question on it. So kindly go through the boxes.
- Remember one thing COST-BENEFIT RATIO of the economic survey is very compelling so try to go through it.
What are we doing?
We will provide you with a crux of each chapter for your future references. But we are requesting you to read the survey at least once from cover to cover. We are intending to provide you with a simplified and easy to comprehend economic survey. We will be posting a brief analysis of each chapter in following days. Your doubts about each chapter can be asked in the discussion forum and we are keen to answer it. Now we can read the best 300 pages of our Civil Service Preparation
YES WE ARE COVERING THE ECONOMIC SURVEY BUT YOU SHOULD READ IT
Read From Here
- CHAPTER 02 The Economic Vision for Precocious, Cleavaged India: Click Here
- CHAPTER 03 Demonetisation: To Deify or Demonize? Click Here
- CHAPTER 04 The Festering Twin Balance Sheet Problem Click Here
- CHAPTER 05 Fiscal Framework: The World is Changing, Should India Change Too? Click Here
- CHAPTER 06 Fiscal Rules: Lessons from the States
- CHAPTER 07 Clothes and Shoes: Can India Reclaim Low Skill Manufacturing?