this book has been designed for the aspirants of ca-cpt (chartered accountancy-common proficiency test) which is an entry level test for chartered accountancy course. this exam is conducted by the institute of chartered accountants of india (icai) twice a year.
this book has been divided into 27 chapters namely introduction to micro economics, law of demand & elasticity of demand, theory of consumer behaviour, theory of supply & elasticity of supply, theory of cost, theory of production, meaning & type of market, price determination, price & output determination under different market forms, indian economy, role of different sectors, national income of india, aspects of indian economy – tax system, aspects of indian economy – population, aspects of indian economy – poverty, aspects of indian economy – unemployment, aspects of indian economy – infrastructural challenges, aspects of indian economy – inflation, aspects of indian economy – budget & fiscal deficit, aspects of indian economy – balance of payment, aspects of indian economy – economy, economic reforms in india, economics reforms in india – liberalisation, privatisation & disinvestment, economics reforms in india – globalisation, money & banking – money, money & banking – commercial banks and money & banking – reserve bank of india, each containing necessary study material. the book contains 2012 & 2013 solved paper ca-cpt general economics to give the students an insight into the exam pattern of the examination. this book contains –unitwise- chapterwise questions of last 8 years’ (2006-2013) cpt along with their solutions. authentic and detailed solutions have been provided for all the previous years’ questions helping the students understand the types of questions asked in cpt. at the end of the book, 5 practice sets designed exactly on the examination pattern have been provided for more revision and self analysis. systematic & objective study is important for success in cpt.
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