Economics Syllabus for Chattisgarh Group-I Services

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The Economics Syllabus for Chhattisgarh State Civil Services Preliminary Exam-2011 is given below. The examination will be held on 6 May 2012 (Sunday) by the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission. Acquaint yourself with the break-up of Economics syllabus into various sections.


  1. Economic Systems-Capitalism, Socialism and mixed economy.

  2. National Income-Concept and measurement.

  3. Consumer behaviour-Law of demand, Elasticity of demand, uitlity analysis and indifference-curve techniques.

  4. Producer's behaviour-Production Function, Laws of Returns, Returns, of Scale cost curves.

  5. Price Theory-Price determination under different maker condition, pricing of factors of production.

  6. Keynesian and Modern theory of employment.

  7. Banking objective and instruments of Central Banking, credit policies in a planned developing economy.

  8. Types and principles of taxation. Principles of Public expenditure, objective and instruments of budgetary and fiscal policy in a planned developing economy.

  9. International trade-Theory and policy of international trade, determination of exchange rates, balance of payment.

  10. International Monetary institutions-I. B. R D and IMF


The Indian Economy

  1. Characteristics of under devloped economy, human and natural resources, primary, secondary and tertiary sectors in India, mixed economy in India.

  2. Agricultural development-Agricultural Policy. Land reforms Green Revolution and its aftermath.

  3. Industrial development-Industrial Policy, Public. And private sectors, Regional distribution of Industreis in India.

  4. Pricing policies for agricultural and industrial outputs.

  5. Fiscal and momentary policy in India-Objectives, recent budgetary trends, bank nationalisation in India. Reserve Bank and monetary policy in India.

  6. Recent trends in Inida's foreign trade and balance of payments.

  7. Indian Planning-Objectives and strategies, planned growth and distributive justiceeradication of poverty, problems of Indian planning.