Department of Economics

Ph.d.

Dept. data last updated on :20/10/2021

COURSE.NAME :

Ph.D. Programme

COURSE.SPEC :

Dissertation

COURSE.NOS :

Not fixed

COURSE.DEGREE :

(i) A candidate will be eligible for admission to M.Phil./ Ph.d. program, if he / she has obtained the Masters Degree or its equivalent recognized by the University in a subject relevant to his proposed field of research with not less than 55% marks in the aggregate or its equivalent CPI/CGPA/NAG, and had also obtained the Bachelors Degree or its equivalent recognized by the University with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate or its equivalent CPI/CGP/NAG, subject to any further requirements for eligibility that may be laid down by the University from the to time. 

(ii) A candidate, working in an externally funded research project in the University, who is otherwise eligible, may be permitted for admission to M.Phil./Ph.D. program while continuing to work in the project subject to certification by the Principle Investigator of the project that the subject of the project M.Phil. / Ph.D. topic of the candidate overlaps.

COURSE.COURSE :

Course Work Paper- I : Research Methodology Paper- II: Related to the Candidate's Research Topic Dissertation

COURSE.JP :

Can work as Assistant Professor in Universities, colleges and Research Institutes; can we employed as economist, labour officer, Agriculture Officer, officers in Banks, Financial Advisor, Financial Analyst etc. in the Industry and service sector

COURSE.PEO :

Students will be able to

1.      Train students to become independent researchers, who are able to produce high-quality research for both academic and non-academic settings;

2.      Acquire the analytical and critical thinking and research skills to become independent scholars;

3.      Learn various research methods ranging from quantitative and qualitative methods;

4.      Solve complex problems, by applying the technical tools that they have acquired, and by identifying and correctly using data sources;

5.      Produce a piece of original work, worthy of publication, on a topic relevant to their research.

COURSE.PO :

Students will be able to

1.      Identify pertinent research problems and to formulate a research plan;

2.      Execute a research plan, to generate and analyze original research results, and to communicate those results through oral presentations and written publications;

3.      Solve problems, by applying the technical tools that they have acquired using data sources.

COURSE.Accr :

Yes