Master of Arts in Economics MA (Eco.)

Master of Arts in Economics

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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 Master of Arts in Economics is a 2-year campus based Program offered by the University. The MA - Economics Program is organized into 4 Semesters in two years. Candidates are required to complete 19 courses including core course, Discipline specific Elective and a Post Graduate Dissertation. Economics includes a comprehensive and thorough study of economics as a discipline at an advanced level. This post graduate degree course generally covers the study of principles of economics theory, micro & macro economics, comparative economic system, money and banking system, international economics, quantitative analytical method, application to specific industries and public policy issue etc. Students of the degree program primarily learn how to use economic analysis tools needed to study issues and policies. They also develop strong research skill as well as analytical abilities through rigorous studies in economic theory.

    • Two Years
  • Pass in Graduation in (any discipline) from a recognized University with aggregate marks 50% and above.

  • The MA in Economics Program Consists of 19 Courses and a Post Graduate Dissertation in fourth Semester spread over two years. The students are required to take 6 Discipline Elective course spread in 4 Semester, The actual choice of electives will however depend on the optimal number of students opting for the same electives.

     

    MA (Economics)

    First Year

    SEMESTER I

    SEMESTER II

    CC1

    Macroeconomic Analysis- I

    CC5

    Microeconomic Analysis- I

    CC2

    Macroeconomic Analysis- II

    CC6

    Microeconomic Analysis- II

    CC3

    Economics of Growth and Development

    CC7

    Technique Of Statistical Analysis

    CC 4

    Mathematics for Economics

    CC8

    International Economics

    DE 1

    Discipline Elective I

    DE II

    Discipline Elective II

    Second Year

    SEMESTER III

    SEMESTER IV

    CC9

    Research Methodology in Economics

    CC12

    Theory of Pricing and Distribution

    CC10

    Financial Management

    CC13

    Public Finance

    CC11

    Econometrics

    DE5

    Discipline Elective V

    DE III

    Discipline Elective III

    DE6

    Discipline Elective VI

    DE IV

    Discipline Elective IV

    MPS DIS

    Dissertation

  • CC-Core courses, DE- Discipline specific course, TH- Thesis Course

    Discipline Specific Electives (DE)
    Students has to opt only one from each group below
    Discipline Specific Electives (DE)
    DE I DE II
    • Environmental Economics
    • Demography
    • Economics of Gender
    • Quantitative Methods
    DE III DE IV
    • Financial Economics
    • Industrial Economics
    • Economy of North East Region
    • Indian Economy
    DE V DE VI
    • Agricultural Economics
    • Rural Economics
    • Applied Econometrics
    • Labour Economics