NET ACHIEVER - Economics (November 17)

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Complete Comprehensive Course Material For Paper I, II & III

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Course Structure

The Curriculum Section of  this Course covers the following Content :

  • 25 Units of Theory [PAPER I, II, III (10+6+9 respectively)]
  • 25 Topic wise Unit Solved Papers (USPs) [PAPER I, II, III (10+6+9 respectively)]
  • 10 Volume Solved Papers (VSPs) [PAPER I, II, III (5+2+3 respectively)]
  • 7 Model Solved Papers (MSPs) [PAPER I, II, III]
  • 4 Previous Year Solved Papers (JUNE 2015, DEC 2015, JULY 2016 & JAN 2017) (PSPs) [PAPER I, II, III]

Module: UGC - NET THEORETICAL COURSE with Paper - I (Economics)

  • Subject: Economics
    • Section 1: General Paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude (Paper - I)
      • Unit 1: TEACHING APTITUDE

        Lecture 1: Teaching : Nature, Objectives, Characteristics and Basic Requirements

        Lecture 2: Methods of Teaching

        Lecture 3: Factors Affecting Teaching

        Lecture 4: Evaluation Systems

        Lecture 5: Teaching Aids

        Lecture 6: Learner’s Characteristics

      • Unit 2: RESEARCH APTITUDE

        Lecture 1: Meaning and Concept of Research

        Lecture 2: Symposium

        Lecture 3: Seminar Technique

        Lecture 4: Conference

        Lecture 5: Research Article

        Lecture 6: Research Papers

        Lecture 7: Research Ethics

        Lecture 8: Methods of Research

        Lecture 9: Steps of Research

        Lecture 10: Characteristics of Research

        Lecture 11: Thesis Writing: Its Characteristics and Format

      • Unit 3: READING COMPREHENSION

        Lecture : Reading Comprehension

      • Unit : COMMUNICATION

        Lecture 1: Meaning and Definition

        Lecture 2: Nature of Communication

        Lecture 3: Characteristics of Communication

        Lecture 4: Elements of Communication/Process of Communication

        Lecture 5: Qualities of Good Communication System

        Lecture 6: Types of Communication

        Lecture 7: Theories of Communication

        Lecture 8: Barriers to Effective Communication

        Lecture 9: Classroom Management

      • Unit 5: REASONING - I

        Lecture 1: Series Completion

        Lecture 2: Coding-Decoding

        Lecture 3: Missing Number

        Lecture 4: Classification

        Lecture 5: Blood Relations

        Lecture 6: Direction Test

        Lecture 7: Seating/Placing Arrangement

        Lecture 8: Understanding the Structure of Argument

        Lecture 9: Evaluating and distinguishing Deductive and Inductive Reasoning

      • Unit 6: REASONING - II

        Lecture 1: Verbal Analogies, Word Analogy - Applied Analogy

        Lecture 2: Logical Venn Diagram

        Lecture 3: Verbal Classification

        Lecture 4: Analytical Reasoning

        Lecture 5: Statement Conclusions

        Lecture 6: Syllogisms

      • Unit 7: DATA INTERPRETATION

        Lecture 1: Information of Data

        Lecture 2: Sources of Data or Information

        Lecture 3: Acquisition of Data

        Lecture 4: Interpretation of Data

        Lecture 5: Quantitative & Qualitative Data/Information

        Lecture 6: Tabulation of Data

        Lecture 7: Representation of Data

        Lecture 8: Mapping of Data

      • Unit 8: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

        Lecture 1: ICT : Meaning, Advantages, Disadvantages and Uses

        Lecture 2: General Abbreviation and Terminology

        Lecture 3: Important Internet Features

        Lecture 4: E-mailing

      • Unit 9: PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENT

        Lecture 1: Sources of Pollution and Their Impact

        Lecture 2: People-Environmental Interactions

        Lecture 3: Kyoto Protocol

        Lecture 4: Exploitation of Natural Energy Resources

        Lecture 5: Natural Hazards and Mitigation

        Lecture 6: Environmental (Protection) Act 1986 of India

        Lecture 7: Sustainable Development

      • Unit 10: HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM : GOVERNANCE, POLITY AND ADMINISTRATION

        Lecture 1: Main Institutions in the Higher Education System in the Country

        Lecture 2: Higher Education in India

        Lecture 3: Governance and Management

        Lecture 4: Value Education

    • Section 2: Paper - II and III
      • Unit 1: MICRO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS - I

        Lecture 1: Microeconomic Demand

        Lecture 2: Demand

        Lecture 3: The Theory of Consumer Behaviour

        Lecture 4: Theory of Production

        Lecture 5: Theory of Costs

        Lecture 6: Theory of Supply

      • Unit 2: MICRO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS - II

        Lecture 1: Pricing And Output Under Different Forms of Market Structures

        Lecture 2: Factor Pricing Analysis

        Lecture 3: Oligopoly

        Lecture 4: Some important alternative objectives of business firms

        Lecture 5: Elements of General Equilibrium

        Lecture 6: New Welfare Economics

      • Unit 3: MACRO ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

        Lecture 1: Theory Of Employment

        Lecture 2: Theories Of Investment

        Lecture 3: Monetary Economics (Demand for Money)

        Lecture 4: Supply of Money

        Lecture 5: Output Determination

        Lecture 6: Phillips Curve Analysis

        Lecture 7: Business Cycle

        Lecture 8: Mundell-Fleming’s Open Economy Model

      • Unit 4: DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING - I

        Lecture 1: Economic Growth And Economic Development

        Lecture 2: Sustainable Development

        Lecture 3: Importance of Instititions

        Lecture 4: Perpetuation of Underdevelopment

        Lecture 5: Measurement of Development

        Lecture 6: Theories of Development

        Lecture 7: Structural analysis of development

        Lecture 8: Economic Growth —Harrod - Domar Model

        Lecture 9: Neo Classical Growth

        Lecture 10: Approaches to Development

      • Unit 5: DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING - II

        Lecture 1: Importance of Agriculture in Economic Devolopment

        Lecture 2: Importance of Industrialisation in Economic Development

        Lecture 3: Elementary Idea of Cost-Benefit Analysis

        Lecture 4: Trade and AID

        Lecture 5: Monetary Policy and Fiscal Policy in Economic Development

        Lecture 6: Economical Planning

        Lecture 7: Techniques of Balance

        Lecture 8: Trends and Achievements in Five Year Plans

        Lecture 9: New National Agricultural Policy

        Lecture 10: Government Policy

        Lecture 11: Factors Responsible for Slow Growth of Exports

      • Unit 6: PUBLIC FINANCE

        Lecture 1: Meaning Of Public Finance Division of Public Finance

        Lecture 2: Public Finance and Private Finance

        Lecture 3: Public Budgets and its Kinds

        Lecture 4: Types of Budget Deficits and their Measures

        Lecture 5: Budgets of the Union Government in India

        Lecture 6: Department of Expenditure

        Lecture 7: The Principle of Maximum Social Advantage

        Lecture 8: Public Revenue

        Lecture 9: Canons of Taxation

        Lecture 10: Deficit Financing

        Lecture 11: Financial Relations between Centre and States

        Lecture 12: Fiscal Federalism

      • Unit 7: TAXATION AND FINANCE

        Lecture 1: Public Revenue

        Lecture 2: Public Expenditure: Meaning and Importance

        Lecture 3: Public Debt and Budget

        Lecture 4: Public Debt and Its Management

        Lecture 5: Revenue Budget

      • Unit 8: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

        Lecture 1: Classical Theory of International Trade

        Lecture 2: Modern Theory of International Trade

        Lecture 3: Balance of Payments Accounts and Adjustments

        Lecture 4: Terms of Trade

        Lecture 5: Tariff

        Lecture 6: Trade and Aid

        Lecture 7: Foreign Exchange Rate

        Lecture 8: Evolution of The International Monetary System

        Lecture 9: Theories of Optimum Currency Area

      • Unit 9: INDIAN ECONOMY

        Lecture 1: National Income in India

        Lecture 2: Agriculture Growth in India

        Lecture 3: Industrial Policy

        Lecture 4: Trade and Economic Growth

        Lecture 5: Balance of Payments and Problem of Deficits

        Lecture 6: Population of India

        Lecture 7: Environment as necessity

      • Unit 10: MONEY AND BANKING

        Lecture 1: Concept Of Money

        Lecture 2: Constituents of Money Market

        Lecture 3: Role of Commercial Banks

        Lecture 4: Meaning and Functions of a Central Bank

        Lecture 5: Specialised Financial and Investment Institution

        Lecture 6: Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs)

        Lecture 7: Regional Rural Banks

      • Unit 11: INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

        Lecture 1: Industrialization

        Lecture 2: Industries: Classification of Industries in India

        Lecture 3: Theories of Industrial location

        Lecture 4: Industrial Productivity: Concept and Measurement

        Lecture 5: Industrial Finance

        Lecture 6: Industrial Labour

        Lecture 7: Industrial Policy and Economic Reforms of India

      • Unit 12: POPULATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

        Lecture 1: Concept of Demography

        Lecture 2: Sources of Demographic Data

        Lecture 3: Population Projection

        Lecture 4: Census

        Lecture 5: Poverty in India

      • Unit 13: ENVIRONMENT AS NECESSITY

        Lecture 1: Environmental Governance

        Lecture 2: Main Drivers of Environmental Degradation

        Lecture 3: Role of State in Environmental Preservation Arihant Economics

        Lecture 4: Policies to Reduce Pollution

        Lecture 5: Theory: Population Growth, Climate Change, and Poverty

        Lecture 6: Microplanning for Environment and Eco-Preservation

      • Unit 14: AGRICULTURE IN INDIAN ECONOMY

        Lecture 1: Introduction of Agriculture in India

        Lecture 2: Technological and Institutional Aspects of Agriculture

        Lecture 3: Capital Formation in Rural Sector

        Lecture 4: Strategies for Rural Development (SRD)

        Lecture 5: Regional Disparities in Indian Agriculture

        Lecture 6: Cooperative Movement in India

      • Unit 15: STATISTICS AND MATHEMATICS

        Lecture 1: Statistics and Central Tendency of Measurement

        Lecture 2: Elementary Theory of Probability

        Lecture 3: Correlation

        Lecture 4: Regression

        Lecture 5: Sampling

        Lecture 6: Testing of Hypothesis

        Lecture 7: Sampling Distribution (Chi square Test, t and F test)

        Lecture 8: Mathematical Economics

        Lecture 9: Differential Calculus

        Lecture 10: Integration

        Lecture 11: Input-Output Analysis

        Lecture 12: Linear Programming

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