Economic Survey 2020: The Economic Survey for the fiscal year 2019-2020 will be released on January 31, 2020. The survey will be released a day before the presentation of Union Budget 2020-21 by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1.
The Economic Survey 2020 will be a detailed report card on how India’s economy has performed in the current fiscal year. It is prepared by a panel headed by the Chief Economic Advisor (CEA) Krishnamurthy V Subramanian.
The report will be tabled in the parliament, following which the Chief Economic Advisor will address a press conference to discuss the way forward for the Indian economy.
Economic survey 2020 release date: January 31, 2020
What is the Economic Survey?
Economic Survey is an annual document of the finance ministry, which provides comprehensive details about the state of the Indian economy, and reviews the economic progress made and issues faced in the past year. The report highlights the performance of the government’s major developmental schemes, policies along with their impact. It also discusses various economic factors in detail such as prices and inflation, key fiscal developments, monetary management and other macroeconomic factors. It also covers the impact of climate change, employment and agriculture on the Indian economy.
When will Economic Survey 2020 be released?
The Economic Survey 2019-2020 will be released on January 31, 2020, just a day before the release of Union Budget 2020-21.
How to download the Economic Survey 2020 PDF?
The Economic survey 2020 pdf will be available for download from a direct link of the Press Information Bureau (PIB). Check out previous years’ economic survey books here- https://www.indiabudget.gov.in/economicsurvey/.
Where to watch the Economic Survey report live?
You can catch the live updates of Economic Survey 2020 on our website- Jagran Josh.
Economic Survey 2019-20: Key Highlights & Live Updates
The Economic Survey of India 2019-20- the annual report card of the Indian Economy, will be tabled in both the houses of the Parliament by FM Nirmala Sitharaman. Following the tabling of the Economic Survey, the Government of India’s Chief Economic Advisor Krishnamurthy Subramanian will address a press conference around 1 PM in the afternoon to brief the nation about the state of the Indian economy and the challenges that lie before it.
The annual Economic Survey is the second most important document after the Union Budget that outlines the government’s vision, its plan and the future outlook for the Indian Economy, making it very important for the people of India. On the other hand, being a document with government-approved data about the economic outlook; it is also a very important resource for competitive exam aspirants as well. To decode the key highlights and get the latest and most important updates from the Economic Survey 2019-20; you can click on the link provided below.
1st February 2020 – the day of the Union Budget, is one day when the entire country looks upon Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman with several expectations and Budget 2020 is no exception to this rule! In fact, with the GDP growth screeching to a near halt and the majority of the economic indicators in red, India looks upon Finance Minister to deliver a blockbuster Budget 2020. A budget that takes care of the aspirations of people, while also bringing the Indian Economy back on track to achieve its target of USD 5 Trillion. So, let’s look at some of the key expectations from Union Budget 2020!
The Economic Survey is a comprehensive analysis of the Indian economy, including both its growth and fall, in the past year. The survey is released a day before the presentation of the new Union Budget.
The Union Budget 2020-21 will be presented in the Indian Parliament on February 1, 2020 by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. This would be the Minister’s second budget presentation. The Union Budget is an account of the Indian Government’s finances and its estimated revenue and expenditure for the current and next fiscal year. The budget brings with it new hopes of improved growth, increased jobs and employment and a thriving domestic sector.
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