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Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991


India is one of the fastest growing economy and is expected to be one of the most powerful country in the world. 

In the topic, student will be able to understand:

  • The state of Indian economy on the eve of independence 
  • Common goals of five year plans
  • Features and problems faced by agriculture sector, industry and foreign trade.
  • The explanation regarding LPG (Liberalisation – Privatisation and Globalisation) Policy


  1. OTU provides you the classes in best quality with attached E-book  containing all relevant theory, short notes, solved questions, self practice questions, diagrams, quiz and tests
  2. The classes cover explanations of all relevant concepts and practical examples from day to day life for deep understanding.
  3. Content of the class will cover the entire syllabus based on the guidelines issued by CBSE for class XII under 10 + 2 pattern of Senior School Certificate Examination.
  4. Also, do not avoid giving the test for this topic. This will help to assess your expertise level in the topic.


The methodology used by Vidhi Budhiraja Mam is very friendly and layman based which brings conceptual clarity. Her notes will help you to revise the topic very comfortably. The student will be able to understand the topic comprehensively. He will be able to solve all type of questions very easily.



Vidhi Budhiraja is a renowned CBSE Economics teacher, with 17 years of teaching experience. She is Honoured with best teachers award and fab teachers award. Her unique teaching style has made many difficult topics and concept very easy to learn.
No students enrolled
No. of Classes3 Classes
Duration1.5 HR
Access TimeLife Time
LanguageHindi, English
Resources3 E-Books
Exercises3 Quizzes

Table of Contents



Development Experience (1947-90) and Economic Reforms since 1991 E-Books

Indian Economy on the Eve of Independence

Indian Economy (1950 -1990)

Liberalisation , Privatisation , Globalisation - An appraisal