Monetary Policy – Indian Economy for UPSC CSE/SSC CGL/State PSC - Videos


Indian Economy as a subject to prepare for UPSC can become quite difficult and lengthy if not covered in the incorrect way.
How to Prepare Indian Economy for UPSC CSE 2019 – Approach and Important Topics:

In this session, Ayussh Sanghi will teach you about Monetary Policy which is a very important topic for UPSC CSE. Every year, quite a few questions are asked related to the monetary policy and several other current affairs topics which are related to monetary policy.

Monetary policy refers to the policy of the central bank i.e the Reserve Bank of India, in matters of interest rates, money supply, inflation, and growth. RBI uses the tools and rates under the Monetary policy to drive the growth of the country,

In this session on Monetary policy, the following important topics will be covered:
1. What is Monetary Policy – 1:33
2. Objectives of Monetary Policy – 1:52
3. Tools to Control Inflation – 04:05
4. What is Expansionary Monetary Policy – 4:42
5. What is Contractionary Monetary Policy – 05:08
6. Policy Rates – 05:48
a. Repo Rate
b. Reverse Repo Rate
c. Bank Rate
7. Reserve Ratio – 6:21
a. Cash Reserve Ratio
b. Statutory Reserve Ratio
8. Open Market Operation – 6:46
9. What is Repo Rate – 8:10
10. What is Reverse Repo Rate – 13:14

Having trouble understanding and remembering the concepts of Indian Economy? This session covers the important concepts which one needs to know in order to gain the most out of your study time while reading Indian Economy. Must watch for all aspirants for UPSC 2019 as well as individuals wanting to improve their GK.

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  1. Hi sir, can these govt.bonds be issued to general public instead of taking money from RBI and y these govt.bonds are issued to sbi and all other banks.
    are these banks investment?

  2. Inflation target of 4% plus/minus 2% is decided by the Monetary Policy Framework Agreement which was signed between the govt. and RBI in 2015. This was made operational by making amendments in RBI Act, 1934 using Finance Act, 2016.

  3. Sir,u explained very well… almost grasp the concept bt how does the increase of money supply increase the inflation???? Sir,isn't the more supply of money will reduce the inflation rather than increasing???…. taking an instant will help me … thank-you

  4. Awesome explanation in hinglish 😊India ME ho frnz thoda Hindi b Sikh lo 😁well we have many books available for explaining monetary policy but we didn't get such explanation anywhere..thankyou Sir.. I would love to know it deeper..

  5. Thankx…your way of teaching tough concept in simple manner is very helpful… Keep it up and thanks for covering Indian economy..Waiting for your videos sir..


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