The Undergraduate Programme in Economics has been designed to develop strong analytical skills and a concrete foundation in the discipline of economics. Besides studying Economics exhaustively, the students would also have exposure to other disciplines like Mathematics, Psychology, Mass Communication and Education, which would enable them to enhance their knowledge. The department conducts a workshop on Mathematics to help the students of Economics to develop quantitative skills required for Economics courses. The Programme also provides facilities for field exposure for hands on experience in economic applications.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidates should have passed H.S.S.L.C or Equivalent Examination with minimum 50% of marks. Candidates with Economics / Mathematics / Statistics will be given preference. The marks obtained in English and Mathematics in H.S.L.C or Equivalent Examination will be considered.

Number of Seats

60 seats each

Location

Tapesia Campus

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Semester I
Introductory Micro Economics
Mathematical Methods for Economics-I
English Communication
Generic Elective Course - I (any one)
  • Guidance and Counselling in Education
  • Academic Writing and Composition
  • General Psychology
  • Basics of Journalism
Semester II
Introductory Macro Economics
Mathematical Methods for Economics-II
Environmental Studies
Generic Elective Course - II (any one)
  • Gender Education
  • Media and Communication Skills
  • Psychology for Health and Well being
  • Introduction to Computer Application
Semester III
Intermediate Microeconomics-I
Intermediate Macroeconomics-I
Statistical Methods for Economics
Skill Enhancement Course - I
Generic Elective Course - III (any one)
  • Population Education
  • Language and Linguistics
  • Inter-group Relations
  • Basics of Photography
Semester IV
Intermediate Microeconomics-II
Intermediate Macroeconomics-II
Introductory Econometrics
Skill Enhancement Course - II
General Elective Course - IV (any one)
  • Early Childhood Care and Education
  • Language, Literature and Culture
  • Psychology at Work
  • Mobile Communication
Semester V
Indian Economy- I
Development Economics-I
Discipline Specific Elective - I (any one)
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Economic History of India (1857-1947)
  • Economics of Health and Education
Discipline Specific Elective - II (any one)
  • Political Economy-I
  • Public Economics
  • Topics in Microeconomics-I
Semester VI
Indian Economy- II
Development Economics-II
Discipline Specific Elective - III (any one)
  • Environmental Economics
  • Political Economy-II
  • Comparative Economic Development (1850-1950)
Discipline Specific Elective - IV (any one)
  • International Economics
  • Financial Economics
  • Topics in Microeconomics-II
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