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Admission Calender for BA Economics(Hons) Program
Last date for submission of duly completed Application Form along with Admission Fees & release of Provisional Admission Letters August 20, 2022
Registration with scrutiny of original certificates & Payment of First Semester Fee August 24, 2022
Commencement of Classes August 29, 2022

About the Program

The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Economics is a 3 year campus based program offered by the university with a focus on qualitative and quantitative aspects of economics. The curriculum of this program is structured under choice based credit system as recommended by the UGC and acknowledged internationally. It allows students to choose elective courses according to their aim, requirements, interest and aptitude. Through this program students not only learn core subjects in the field of economics but also get additional avenues of learning inter-disciplinary subjects for their overall development. The program makes the students more employable and competitive with the knowledge, skills and attitude and also equips them to pursue MA Economics or MBA or other professional courses appropriate with the degree after graduation.

    • Three Years
  • Pass in 10+2 (any discipline) from a recognized board with aggregate marks 50% and above. Students awaiting their final examinations results can also apply.

    Students who have studied Economics as a subject in 10+2 level will be an added advantage.

  • The BA Economics (Honours) program consists of 30 courses covered in six semesters spread over three years. The students are required to take Dissertation during the sixth semester. The actual choice of electives will however depend on the optimal number of students opting for the same elective. Two Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) and 2 Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) are also the part of the curriculum. While AECC based upon the content that leads to knowledge enhancement, the SECs are value based and/ or skill based. In particular, SEC like Computer Application & Project is lab oriented practical paper and aimed at providing hands on training through latest application software essential, suitable and most relevant in modern research. Tailor made courses like Gross National Happiness (GNH), Eastern Himalayan Studies is also very unique in this program and will be an added strength for the students of Bhutan, Nepal & North Eastern Himalayan Region of India.

     

    Bachelor of Arts - Economics (Honours)

    First Year

    SEMESTER I

    SEMESTER II

    AE1

    English Language Skill

    AE2

    Environment Studies
    Management

    CC1

    Microeconomics -I

    CC 4

    Microeconomics-II

    CC 2

    Mathematical Economics-I

    CC 5

    Mathematical Economics-II

    CC 3

    Development Economics

    CC 6

    Public Finance

    GE I

    General Elective I

    GE II

    General Elective II

     

    Summer Internship Program - 2 Months

    Second Year

    SEMESTER III

    SEMESTER IV

    SE I

    Introduction to Computer

    CC 10

    Macroeconomics-II

    CC 7

    Macroeconomics-I

    CC 11

    Statistical Methods-II

    CC 8

    Statistical Methods-I

    CC 12

    Indian Economy-II

    CC 9

    Indian Economy-I

    DE I

    Discipline Elective I

    GE III

    General Elective III

    GE IV

    General Elective IV

    Third Year

    SEMESTER V

    SEMESTER VI

    SEII

    Soft Skill

    CC15

    Poverty and Inequality

    CC13

    Basic Econometrics

    CC16

    Topics in Micro Economics

    CC14

    International Economics

    CC17

    Research Project

    DE II

    Discipline Elective II

    DE IV

    DE III

    Discipline Elective III

    DE V

  • AE-Ability Enhancement Course, CC-Core Course, SE-Skill Enhancement Course, GE- General Elective Course, DE-Discipline Specific Course, TH-Thesis Course

    Students has to opt only one from each group below
    General Electives (GE) Discipline Specific Electives (DE)
    GE I DE I
    • Sociology
    • Psychology
    • Money, Banking & Financial Markets
    • Economics of Health and Education
    GE II DE II
    • Contemporary Economic Issues
    • Global Political Economy
    • Environmental Economics
    • Economic History of India (1857-1947)
    GE III DE III
    • Political Science
    • Principles of Management
    • History of Economic Thought
    • Demography
    GE IV DE IV
    • Indian Economy with Special reference in NE States
    • Research Methodology
    • Applied Econometrics
    • Agricultural Economics
    DE V
    • Topics in Macroeconomics
    • Industrial Organisation