Department of Economics

Under Graduate

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

COURSE.NAME :

BA (CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM)

COURSE.SPEC :

ECONOMICS

COURSE.NOS :

100

COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer Guide to Admission

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer Guide to Admission

COURSE.JP :

Teaching, Data Analyst, Software Analyst, Market Research Analyst, Business Analyst, Financial Analyst, Finance Manager, Financial Consultants, Financial Planners, Forecasting Analyst, HR Manager, HR Executive, International Financial Consultants, Industrial Analysts, Investment Analysts, Investment Companies, Agricultural Experts, Agri-Business Consultant, Agricultural Economists, Agricultural Commodities Trader, Rural Credit Analyst, Rural Marketing, Rural Managers , Supply Chains, Consultancy, Analytics, Banking, Insurance, Fund Management, etc.


COURSE.PEO :


1.   Read, understand and interpret economic aspects through – verbal, demonstrative, mathematical and graphical methods;

2.     The development of critical thinking skills and the accumulation of factual knowledge;

3.     Application of critical thinking to factual knowledge and the development of effective decision making skills;

4.     Development of an understanding of economic theories and their application to the economic sub-fields;

5.    Apply theoretical and/or demonstrative methods through econometric modelling and software skills; 

6.     Offer courses to the choice of the students with skill based courses having interdisciplinary approach;

7.     Offer a diverse selection of courses to foster a broad knowledge base in the field;

8.     Provide strong foundation courses of economics for non-majors student;

9.   Nurture global human capital, future leaders and problem-solvers to become employable and sensitized world citizens;

10.  Able to enter into new problem areas that require an analytic and innovative approach.

COURSE.PO :

The Department of Economics has established the following learning outcomes for its undergraduate program.
I. Economics Knowledge: 

a) Students will learn how markets organize core economic activities, such as production, distribution, and consumption, and the growth of productive resources. 

b) Students will evaluate about the determinants of macroeconomic conditions (national output, employment, and inflation), causes of business cycles, and interactions of monetary and fiscal policy. 

c) Students will able to apply economic theories and methodologies in analyzing economic issues in various sub-fields of applied microeconomics and international economics.
II. Analytical Skills in Economics: 

a) Analytical and economic reasoning skills: deduce reasonable predictions about possible economic outcomes based upon economic conditions and economic theories. 

b) Quantitative analytical skills: collect and analyze data to support economic decision making using statistical and econometric techniques. 

c) Critical thinking skills: evaluate and critique alternative economic policies. 

d) Self-development skills: learn new theories about economic activities, create explanations for new economic phenomena and device innovative approaches to solve various economic problems.

COURSE.Accr :

Yes

COURSE.NAME :

B.A.(Hons.) Semester System

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100

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Yes

COURSE.NAME :

BA (Hons.) Annual System

COURSE.SPEC :

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100

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COURSE.Accr :

Yes