CPT General Economics

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CPT General Economics

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Publisher: SChand Publications
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CPT General Economics by Shiv Kumar Agarwal
Book Summary:

This book contains detailed notes and Multiple Choice Questions Answers with Detailed Reasoning on Micro Economics & Indian Economics Development. The book is concise, self-explanatory, to the point, complete and trustful in every sense. It makes you aware of each and every aspect of the subject from which the questions may be asked in General Economics for CPT examination.

This book serves qualitative subject matter in the desired quantity of multiple choices Questions - Answers with detailed reasoning & we shall consider our efforts amply rewarded if those for whom the book is intended are benefited by it.


Audience of the Book :
This book is specially designed for the students appearing in CPT (Common Proficiency Test) Examination of ICAI. It has been written strictly in accordance with the Latest Syllabus prescribed by ICAI.
 
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

COMMON PROFICIENCY TEST GENERAL ECONOMICS [As per the Latest Study Material of CPT Issued by Board of Studies, The ICAI for the Year 2014-15] S.K. AGARWAL FCA, ACS, LLB, DISA, AMIMA & ICAI Faculty Member & FIRST TIME MORE THAN 1100 NEW ADDITIONAL QUESTION–ANSWER WITH DETAILED REASONING.


Table of Contents:

(I) MICRO ECONOMICS :

1. Introduction to Micro Economics

2. Theory of Demand and Supply

3. Theory of Production and Cost

4. Price Determination in Different Markets

(II) MACRO ECONOMICS: Indian Economics Development :

5. Indian Economy – A Profile

6. Select Aspects of Indian Economy

7. Economic Reforms in India 8. Money and Banking