B A economics is offered at the undergraduate level to equip students with the methodology
and tools of economics and to prepare them for higher studies and for employment or
employment-oriented programs. The B A program is a comprehensive and well thought out
program designed on the basis of views of academicians, student community, parents and
experts from industry. The program covers areas like the behaviour of individuals and firms
and their strategic interactions, production and consumption of goods and how wealth is
created, lost and transferred globally, economic growth and development, the causes and
effects of unemployment and inflation, income distribution, markets, public policy design and
implementation, sustainable development, management of the environment, foreign exchange
market, currency derivatives, international commodity and factor movements, stock markets
and online trading, banking and finance, Indian economy, econometrics, statistical methods
and federal finance. The curriculum of BA Economics is framed in the OBE platform with
clear mapping of Course, Program and Program Specific Outcomes.
As students from other subjects also take admission for B A Economics, the course usually
starts with a bridge course.
In addition to the regular class room teaching, assignments, seminars, workshops, student
paper presentations, internships, carrier guidance, mentoring, civil service training, industry
visits and soft skill training are also provided to enrich the student community.
M A Economics
Self financing or Aided:
M A Economics
M A Economics is offered for Post Graduate students. The program exposes the students to advanced topics in economics and emerging trends in the subject. In addition to the advanced topics in Micro and Macro- economics, the program covers areas like Economic growth and development, Indian economy, International trade and Finance, Capital market and instruments, Public finance and policy, social sector, health and education, environmental economics, econometrics, statistics and research methodology. Here the focus is more on student centric learning, guided learning, self- learning and research orientation. Industrial visits and internships give exposure to actual workplace to students. Training for NET examination, soft-skill training, project work, paper presentation and seminars are also part of the M A curriculum. The Curriculum is designed and updated on the basis of the opinions collected from academicians, industry experts and other stakeholders. The P G curriculum is also framed in the OBE platform with clear mapping of Course, Program and Program Specific Outcomes.