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Daily Lecture Series RamestSingh's Indian Economy Hindl LS A brief Summary of1 unacademy By Aartee Mishra Agriculture and Food Management-Js
PAPER-IV General Studies-lll: Technology, Economic Development, Bio diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization, of resources, growth, development and employment Inclusive growth and issues arising from it Government Budgeting Major crops-cropping patterns in various parts of the country, different types of irrigation and irrigation systems storage, transport and marketing of agricultural produce and issues and related constraints, etechnology in the aid of farmersS Issues related to direct and indirect farm subsidies and minimum support prices; Public Distribution Systemobjectives, functioning, limitations, revamping; issues of buffer stocks and food security; Technology missions, economics of animal-rearing Food processing and related industries in India- scope' and significance, location, upstream and downstream requirements, supply chain management Land reforms in India
PAPER-IV General Studies-lll: Technology, Economic Development, Bio diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc Investment models Science and Technology- developments and their applications and effects in everyday life Achievements of Indians in science & technology; indigenization of technology and developing new technology Awareness in the fields of IT, Space, Computers, robotics, nano-technology, bio- technology and issues relating to intellectual property rights Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment
PAPER-IV General Studies-ll: Technology, Economic Development, Bio diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management Disaster and disaster management Linkages between development and spread of extremism Role of external state and non-state actors in creating challenges to internal security Challenges to internal security through communication networks, role of media and social networking sites in internal security challenges, basics of cyber security; money -laundering and its prevention Security challenges and their management in border areas - linkages of organized crime with terrorism Various Security forces and agencies and their mandate
Booklist for Economics ECONOMY CONCEPT CLEARANCE Sr. No. Book Title Author Publisher NCERT Class IX NCERT Class X 1 Economics 2 Understanding Economic Development 3Indian Economic Development 4Statistics for Economics 5 Introductory Microeconomics 6Introductory Macroeconomics NCERT Class XI NCERT Class XI NCERT Class XII NCERT Class XII BASIC RECOMMENDED BOOKS Author /Publisher Ramesh Singh Spectrum PratiyogitaDarpan Sr. No. Book Title 1 Indian Econom 2Indian Economy 3 Indian Economv 4Newspaper & Magazines for Latest Updates 5Course on Unacademy app -Summary of Ramesh Singh Aartee Mishra
Comprehensive course of Art and Culture with Brief Indian History Comprehensively cover entire Art and Culture with Brief History Aartee Mishra of India Course Starting 18th June, 11am-12pm Unacademy Plus Elaborately explain topics V24 detailed lessons covering all the essential topics related to from History UPSC Civil Services Prelims and Mains Examination Art and Culture with Brief History from NCERT books Medieval History, Art & Culture from Tamil Nadu History book on #At the end of the program adept and able to solve the exam based test papers
AGRICULTURE MARKETING India's agrimarket is presently regulated by the Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) Act enacted by the state governments There are about 2,477 principal regulated agrimarkets and 4,843 sub-market yards regulated by the respective APMCs in India Thus, India has not one, not 29 (number of states) but thousands of agricultural markets This Act notifies agricultural commodities produced in the region such as cereals, pulses, edible oilseed, fruits and vegetables and even chicken, goat, sheep, sugar, fish, etc., and provides that first sale in these commodities can be conducted only under the aegis of the APMC through the commission agents licensed by the APMCs set up under the Act.
Model APMC Act Each state which operates APMC markets geographically divide the state. Markets (mandis) are established at different places within the state Farmers are required to sell their produce via auction at the mandi in their region. Traders require a license to operate within a mandi Wholesale and retail traders (e.g. shopping mall owners) and food processing companies cannot buy produce directly from a farmer APMCs operate on two principles: Ensure that farmers are not exploited by intermediaries (or money lenders) who compel farmers to sell their produce at the farm gate for an extremely low price. All food produce should first be brought to a market yard and then sold through auction
Model APMC Act The Model APMC Act provides the following new things: 1. Direct sale of farm produce by the farmer to contract farming sponsors 2. Setting up 'special markets' for 'specified agricultural commodities' 3. Permits private persons, farmers and consumers to establish new 4. A single levy of market fee on the sale of notified agricultural commoditie:s 5. Replaces licensing with registrations of market functionaries, which would mostly perishables markets for agricultural produce in any area in any market area allow them to operate in one or more different market areas
Model APMC Act 6. Establishment of consumers' and farmers' markets to facilitate direct sale 7. Creation of marketing infrastructure from the revenue earned by the 8. Provides some freedom to the farmers to sell their produce directly to the of agricultural produce to consumers APMCs, contract-sponsors or in the market set up by private individuals, consumers or producers, Increases the competitiveness of the market of agri-produce by allowing common registration of market intermediaries 9.