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B.A. Economics

The B.A Degree course in Economics (Main) and Economics as a subsidiary paper, started in the year 1937. The principal aims and objectives of the BA Economics programme are: to provide students a well founded education in Economics to provide and adapt curricula that prepare our graduates for employment and further study as economists to provide the students with the opportunity to pursue courses that emphasise quantitative and theoretical aspects of Economics to provide students with the opportunity to focus on applied and policy issues in Economics to provide programmes that allow the students to choose from a wide range of economic specialisms to provide a well resourced learning environment for Economics COURSE DESIGN The UG programme in Economics includes (a) common courses, (b) core courses, (c) complementary courses (d) open course and (e) project. No course shall carry more than 4 credits. The core papers offered for B.A. Economics Semester I Methodology of Social Sciences with Special Reference to Economics subsidiary paper-Mathematics/Sociology Semester II Development and Environmental Economics subsidiary paper-Mathematics/Sociology Semester III Principles of Micro Economics Modern Banking Logic Semester IV Micro Economic Analysis Public Economics Logic Semester V Quantitative Techniques for Economic Analysis Principles of Macro Economics Indian Economy Economics of Financial Markets Open course Semester VI Quantitative Techniques for Economic Analysis Macro Economic Analysis Development Issues of the Indian Economy International Economics Choicebased course-Econometric methods Project

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Event Calendar

  • 06

    Mar

    Students are requested to collect the Hall Tickets from College Office on 6/03/2017 at 10.00 am

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  • 09

    Feb

    Inauguration of ‘VAYOVIGYAN’ ( Age Friendly College Initiative )

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  • 01

    Feb

    “Traversing Borders”: A Creative workshop and Interactive Session on Translation Studies

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  • 24

    Jan

    UGC sponsored National Seminar on Advancements on Polymer Science and Technology organized by Department of Chemistry on January 24 and 25th, 2017

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