1. Define monetary and fiscal policies. How are they related to, and different from, each other? In the present context, which of the two policies do you think would be more critical in our country? Why? (1988)
2. Critically analyse the long term fiscal policy of the Government of India. To what extent will it be instrumental to realising the desired objective of optimising production in business enterprises? (1989)
3. Answer the following questions
1. Do you think that cooperative societies in India can play a significant role in agricultural marketing? Critically examine their role during the past decade.
2. What are the problems of stadardization relating to agricultural production in our country?
4. How far do you think that the establishment of a single European market in 1992 has thrown up a big challenge to India? Can the Indian government and industry adequately equip them to meet the new requirements of the European market? (1990)
5. Improper Management of Development is the main cause for all economic ills in our country. Explain in detail with facts and figures.
6. The new industrial policy package whose principal elements are competition, privatisation, and opening-up of foreign capital and trade has been introduced extensively as a solution to the financial and balance of payment crisis. There is a viewpoint that this package is likely to worsen the crisis and not remedy it. What are your own views on this matter? Elucidate. (1991)
7. Full convertibility of rupee will subserve the interests of only the foreign MNCs and the exporters of goods and services to India. How far do you agree with this statement? (1992)
8. Liberalisation measures have helped foreign capital, enterprise and technology at the cost of Indian domestic industry. Discuss. (1993)
9. Globalisation will strengthen the forces of socioeconomic development in our country. How far do you agree with this statement? Discuss. (1994)
10. Answer the following questions
1. Do you think there is any place for export incentives now in India in the context of liberalization of economy and membership of WTO? Highlight the advantages or limitations, if any, arising therefrom. (1995)
11. Briefly discuss the following (1996)
1. Status of Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission Act (MRTPA) and Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA), under Current Economic Reforms of Government of India.
2. Arguments for or against Privatisation of Public Enterprises in India.
12. New industrial Policy of Government of India could be regarded as current economic Constitution of India. How far do you agree with this view? Discuss giving special reference to Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation (LPG) phenomena.
13. Recent changes in the Governments monetary and fiscal policies have influenced corporate policies in India. Analyze this statement. (1997)
14. Explain briefly the Current monetary and fiscal policies of the Government and their impact on enterprise decisions (1998)
15. Disproportionate growth of tertiary sector in Indian economy at such an early stage of development has complicated the planning for growth. Discuss this statement in details. (1999)
16. Answer the following questions
1. Evaluate the role of Indian Government in shortlisting the main problems of export marketing and also in solving these problems successfully.
2. Do you find the scope of export marketing extremely bright in the next decade?
17. How will the share of different sectors, namely, agriculture, industry, service etc. In Indian GDP change in the millennium just beginning? Give your rationale for the answer. (2000)
18. Impact of this years annual budget on Business (2002)
19. Discuss the concepts of privatisation and PSU disinvestments and evaluate the impact of disinvestment on corporate world (60).
20. Total deregulation while pricing the banking products is very much possible in India Comment (60).
21. Waste management and environmental protection
22. What are the major types and causes of business cycles. What steps should be taken to prevent and minimise the adverse impact of business cycles (60)? (2003)
23. Regional economic cooperation promotes trade, increases investments and leads to economic efficiency. Discuss keeping in view the present state of competitiveness of Indian industries to meet global market requirements (60).
24. Corporatisation: Concept and its implementation in India. (2004)
25. Components of Direct action global environment.(2005)
26. Corporate governance is not just a buzzword or management fad but has become the need of the hour for every organization if it is to survive and thrive. Comment. What are the basics of corporate governance? How far have public sector undertakings in India been observing these basics in their governance practices (60)?
27. Clearly distinguish between privatisation and disinvestments of public sector undertakings. Also examine the impact of each of these on the Indian business (60). (2006)
28. Impact of the policy of Liberalisation (2007)
29. Write in details the circumstances that led to the origin of economic planning in India. What was the rationale for the heavy industr3lisation strategy adopted during the early years of planning in India? What were the reasons that led to a change in the strategy (60)?
30. Credit Policy of India