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CPT Chapter Economic Reforms in India

CA CPT Exam  

With Jaya Wahal.Duration:1hrs 43min

Economics ReformsDuration (min:sec)
Economics Reforms in India 
Introduction01:46
Background05:11
Reforms in Industrial Sector03:54
Reforms in Financial Sector06:47
Reforms in External Sector18:28
Tax Reforms03:10
Impacts & Hurdles of Economics Reforms04:34
Quiz07:09
Summary00:57
Liberalisation,Privatisation and Disinvestment 
Introduction01:42
Liberalisation, Privatisation and Disinvestment04:08
Favours & Against Privatisation04:09
Privatisation & Disinvestment in India03:50
Quiz04:14
Summary01:11
Globalisation 
Introduction00:58
Meaning03:02
Favours & Against Globalisation03:29
Measures & Effect of Globalisation04:53
Main Organisation facilitating Globalisation08:12
Quiz10:03
Summary01:34
Total01:43:21

Notes

Economic Reforms in  India

Index:
Background
Industrial sector
Financial sector
External sector
Tax Reforms
Impact of Economic Reforms on the Indian Economy
Hurdles in reforms

Background:

After Independence -model of planned growth -but policies conservative
Drawbacks - Low forex reserves, Burden of National debts,Inflation
Economic reforms were introduced in 1991 in
Industrial sector
Finance sector
External sector
Taxation

Liberalisation,Privatisation and Disinvestment

Index
Liberalisation, Privatisation and Disinvestment
Arguments in favour of privatisation
Arguments against privatisation
Privatisation and Disinvestment in India
Progress of Disinvestment

Liberalisation- Relaxation of previous government restrictions (Laissez Faire)

Privatisation- refers to transfer of asset or service from public to private ownership or control. Can be achieved by franchising,leasing, contracting or divesture
Liberalisation and deregulation are pre requisite
Capital Market should be well developed

Disinvestment - Selling of a public investment to a private entrepreneur

Globalisation

Index
Meaning of Globalisation
Cases of Globalisation
Measures against globalisation
Effect of Globalisation on Indian economy
Main organisation for facilitating Globalisation

Integrating domestic economy with world economy.
Increasing interaction among national economic systems,financial markets,economies of trade,higher factor mobility,free flow of technology .
Mean being able to manufacture in the most cost effective way anywhere in the world.
In Indian context it means opening up of the economy


CPT Exam Exposure-Economic reform

CPT Exam Exposure-Liberalisation, Privatisation and Disinvestment

CPT Exam Exposure-Globalisation

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