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Question number: 1

» Money and Banking » Financial Sector Reforms

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Do you agree that the recent demonetisation in India has not yielded the desired outcomes in respect of curbing the menace of black money? give reason In support of your answer.

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Yes, I totally agree that the recent demonetisation in India has not yielded the desired outcome in respect of curbing the menace of black money due to following reason:

  • As quoted by our former RBI governor Urjit R Patel “The bold and decisive decision taken by the government of India” on 8th November 2016 shook the root of the Indian economy

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Question number: 2

» Poverty, Unemployment and Human Development » Appraisal of Government Measures

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What is poverty and poverty alleviation? Government measures in this and Way forward.

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  • Poverty is the state of being extensively poor in which a person or the group of will not able to fulfill their basis need and demand.

    • Poverty alleviation is the step to alleviate poverty from the condition of being extremely poor so that the entity can fulfill their basics n

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Question number: 3

» Industry » Industrial Policy Reforms

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What is industrial policy? Why it is needed and analyzes the pros and cons of the same?

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India was endowed with great economy since ancient times but the colonial exploitation has ruined the economy and after the independence the struggle start to get the economy Indianan and favorable for the people of India because the economy was going through inequalities, poverty, starvation.

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Question number: 4

» Agriculture and Rural Development Strategies » Rural Development Programmes and Poverty Alleviation Programmes

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How has the rural urban migration in India impacted the two set of areas in social and economic terms? What policy measure would you prescribe to negate the negative impact of the said process of migration?

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Migration has had a growing effect on socio-economic condition and demographic structure in many part of India. The educated youth don’t want to spend their life in the native place because they don’t have all the facilities which the urban cities are prov

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