The School of Commerce and Management is offering BA Economics (Honours) which is a 3-year (6 Semester) degree course. This course provides a sound understanding of core, pure and applied economics. However, while a student would study economics in considerable depth in this specialised degree, they would also employ ideas and techniques from many other disciplines too including mathematics, statistics and sociology. The Undergraduate Economics Programme has been designed to develop strong analytical skills and a solid foundation in the discipline of economics.

Number of Seats

  • 60 seats are available for the programme


  • Passed Higher Secondary School Leaving Examination with minimum of 50% marks. Those with Economics / Mathematics / Statistics will have preference. Marks obtained in Class X Mathematics and English will be considered.
Semester I
Micro Economics-I
Quantitative Methods in Economics-I
General Elective - I
  • Money, Banking and Finance
  • Economy, State and Society
Semester II
Micro Economics-II
Quantitative Methods in Economics-II
Environmental Studies
General Elective - II
  • Indian Monetary System
  • English-II
Semester III
Statistical Methods for Economics-I
Macro Economics-I
Skill Enhancement I
  • Introduction to Computer Applications
  • Introduction to Computer Applications Lab
General Elective III
  • Developmental Economics-I
  • Alternative English - I
  • Economic History of India 1857 to 1957
Semester IV
Macro Economics-II
Macro Economics-II
Skill Enhancement II
  • Organizational Behaviour
General Elective IV
  • Developmental Economics-II
  • Alternative English-II
  • Financial Market Operations
Semester V
Public Finance
Indian Economy-I
Discipline Specific Elective I
  • History of Economic Thought
  • Investment and Risk Management
  • Financial Market Operations
Discipline Specific Elective II
  • Industrial Economics
  • Welfare Economics
  • Econometrics -I
Semester VI
International Economics
Indian Economy-II
Discipline Specific Elective I
  • Environmental Economics
  • Advertising and Consumer Behaviour
  • Demography
Discipline Specific Elective II
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Financial Economics
  • Econometrics -II

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