- This curriculum provides all those basic concepts on the branches like molecular biology, genetics, plant breeding, biostatistics, pathology, economic importance of crops, histological display of various plant parts .
- Prepare the student for employment in industry, professional examination like C.A, Banking, Company Secretary, Public Service Commissions for Central and State services, or to pursue graduate work toward such advanced degrees as the M.A. and Ph.D. in economics.
- What goods are produced and in what quantities to be produced by the productive resources which the economy possesses.
- Determination of relative prices and allocation of resources between commodities. How the level of national income and employment, aggregate consumption and investment and the general level of prices are determined.
The aim of the curriculum is to enlighten the economy through the knowledge of prosperity, management and economic development of the economy. The programs offered by the Department of Economics are designed to
- The development of critical thinking skills and the accumulation of factual knowledge.
- Application of critical thinking to factual knowledge and the development of effective decision Making skills.
- The development of an understanding of Micro and Macroeconomic Theory and their Application to solve economic problems.
- The Development of an Understanding of Basic Statistics, Mathematical Methods for Economics and Regression Analysis and Their Application in Applied Research.
- Offering a diverse selection of courses to foster a broad knowledge base in this field.
|PROGRAMME/COURSE||COURSE SPECIFIC OUT COME||LEARNING OUT COME|
|E.C.C-1: Introductory Microeconomics||E.C.C-1: Introductory Microeconomics To study the economic behaviour of consumers firms and factor owners. After successful completion of Introductory Micro Economics, a student can think like an economist and can know how micro concepts can be applied to analyse real life situation.||E.C.C-1: Introductory Microeconomics To study the economic behaviour of consumers firms and factor owners. After successful completion of Introductory Micro Economics, a student can think like an economist and can know how micro concepts can be applied to analyse real life situation.|
|E.C.C-2: Mathematical Methods for Economics I The main aim of this course is to transmit basic mathematics at UG level. After successful completion of this course, the student can apply mathematical techniques to economic theories.||The main aim of this course is to transmit basic mathematics at UG level.||After successful completion of this course, the student can apply mathematical techniques to economic theories.|
|E.C.C-3: Introductory Macroeconomics||To introduce the student to the basic concepts of macro economics.||After successful completion, the students can understand the determination and measurement of aggregate economic variables.|
|E.C.C-4: Mathematical Methods for Economics II||To transmit the basic mathematics which enables the study of economic theory at the U.G level||After successful completion, the students are able to evaluate, compare and support the solution.|
|E.C.C-5: Microeconomics I||To provide a sound training in micro economic theory for analysing the behaviour of individual agency.||After successful completion, one can use mathematical tools to analyse the behaviour of consumers and producers.|
|E.C.C-6: Macroeconomics I||This course introduces the students, key topics of macroeconomic theory and policy.||After completion of the study of this course, the students are expected to understand the effects economic policies on output, employment and price level.|
|E.C.C-7 : Statistical Methods for Economics||This course introduces some basic concepts and terminology that are fundamental to statistical analysis and inference.||After completion of the study of this course, the student can exhibit knowledge and understanding of the essential facts, concepts, theories and applications which are related to statistics and probability theory.|
|E.C.C-8 : Microeconomics II||Micro economics provides the conceptual clarity to the students coupled with the use of mathematical tools.||After completion of this course, the students will be able to understand the issue concerning efficiency & general welfare economics.|
|E.C.C-9: Macroeconomics II||This course is continuation of macroeconomic -1 and it aims at examining the important issues of macroeconomic theories and policies.||After completion of this course, the students are expected to understand how an open economy operates and how it may react to policy changes and exogenous shocks.|
|E.C.C-10: Public Economics||This course is the study of government policies from points of view of economic efficiency, equity and it aims maximum social welfare.||By the end of this course, the students will have sufficient knowledge and economic understanding of the major issues concerning taxation and public spending.|
|E.C.C-11: Indian Economy I||This course is the study of major trends in economic indicators and policies in India after independence.||By the end of this course, the student will be able to know the development process in India after independence.|
|E.C.C-12: Development Economics I||The course begins with discussion models of growth and techniques of development and also the role of state in economic development.||At the end of the course, students will be able to identity and analyse the basic theories and concepts related to economic development.|
|E.C.C-13 : Indian Economy II||This course examines the sector-specific polices and evaluates the empirical evidence.||At the end of this course the students will be able to identify and analyse current issues.|
|E.C.C-14: Development Economics II||This is the second module of the economic development sequence. The main aim of this course is to reflect the role of globalization and increased international dependence on the process of development.||After completion the study of this course, the students are expected to be fully aware of the economic development problems at the international level. Critically analyze how economic development theories affect the practical application of development policies in a variety of local and international contexts.|