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   B.Sc in Economics(Hons.)   

The B.Sc in Economics will commence from July 2017. As the current trend in India shows that the demand for well qualified economists outweigh the supply, the School seeks to prepare well equipped budding economists who can critically analyse and tackle contemporary economic policies and issues. The program adopts a balanced approach to learning Economics, by laying equal emphasis on the theoretical analysis as well as quantitative techniques. The pedagogy includes both class room teaching, tutorials, and focuses on the application of economic laws / policies in real life.

The program also aims at equipping the students with the latest developments in the discipline, along with the skills that are necessary and appropriate to develop in the students, an ability to exercise judgment in evaluating public policies and take decisions in the market economies. 

The physical infrastructure including class rooms, library, computer software packages, along with other facilities in the School, are conducive to learning, and are noteworthy.

 Curriculum for BSc in Economics  


Course Structure: B. Sc. (Hons.) Economics, XSE

Year-1

Semester-I

Credits

Semester-II

Credits

1. Microeconomics I (Fundamentals of      Microeconomics)

5

1. Macroeconomics I (Fundamentals of Macroeconomics)

5

2. Statistical Methods for Economists

6

2. Elements of Econometrics

6

3. Mathematics for Economists I

5

3. Mathematics for Economists II

5

4. English (AEC-1)

4

4.  Communication (AEC-2)

2

5. Generic Elective-I (Interdisciplinary)

5

5. Introduction to Computer Applications (SEC-1)

2

 

 

6. Generic Elective-II (Interdisciplinary)

5

Total Credits (Semester-I)

25

Total Credits (Semester-II)

25

AEC: Ability Enhancement Compulsory course; SEC: Skill Enhancement Course.

Year-2

Semester-III

Credits

Semester-IV

Credits

1. Microeconomics II (Intermediate Microeconomics)

6

1.  Intermediate Econometrics: Principles and Applications

5

2. Macroeconomics II (Intermediate Macroeconomics

6

2. Public Economics, Public Finance and Public Policy

5

3. Development Economics 

5

3. Economic Growth and Development

5

4. Application of Statistical Package for Economic Analysis (SEC-2)

3

4. Environmental Economics

5

5. Generic Elective-III (Interdisciplinary)

5

5. Generic Elective-IV (Interdisciplinary)

5

Total Credits (Semester-III)

25

Total Credits (Semester-IV)

25

Year-3

Semester-V

Credits

Semester-VI

Credits

1. Indian Economy I

5

1. Indian Economy II

5

2. Evolution of Economic Thought

5

2. Personality Development (SEC-3)

5

3. DSE Course-1

5

3. DSE Course-1

5

4. DSE Course-2

5

4. DSE Course-2

5

5. Dissertation

5

5. Dissertation

5

Total Credits (Semester-V)

25

Total Credits (Semester-VI)

25

DSE- Discipline Specific Elective (See the Curriculum design for details).

Total Credits (All Semesters) - 150

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