BA Economics

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Programme Outcome- B.A. Economics

Programme Specific Outcome

It promotes an active learning approach to economics in which students think about real problems in an analytically rigorous way. In addition, the programme aims to teach students how to put the acquired skills to use in their own research. Students will find a cumulative and hierarchical body of knowledge laid out in a structured series of courses. This creates a foundation which the student can build on and apply to many areas

Course Outcome

CO1: Methodology of Social Sciences with Special Reference to Economics (EC1B01U) -The course intends to familiarize the students with the broad contours of Social Sciences and their methodology, especially of Economics.

CO2 –Development and Environmental Economics (EC2B02U)-

To enable the students to understand the theories and strategies of growth and development, to impart knowledge about the issues relating to sustainable development, environmental protection and pollution control measures.

CO 3 – Principles of Micro Economics (EC3B03U) -

Provides basic understanding of micro economic concepts, behavior of economic agents – consumer, producer, factor owner – price fluctuations in the market. The modules included in this course deal with the concepts of consumer behaviour, production and costs.

CO 4 – Modern Banking (EC3B04U)

Acquaint the students with the working of banks and to familiarize them with the basic principles and concepts which are often used in banking literature.

Core 5 – Micro Economic Analysis (EC4B05U)

Provides basic understanding of micro economic concepts, behavior of economic agents – consumer, producer, factor owner – price fluctuations in the market. The modules included in this course deal with the concepts of markets, factor pricing and welfare economics

Core 6 – Public Economics (EC4B06U)

Gives an understanding of the role of state in fostering the economic activities via budget and fiscal policies. This course enables the students to understand the various issues between Central and State Governments

Core 7 – Quantitative Techniques for Economic Analysis(EC5B07U)

Equips the students with primary statistical and mathematical tools for analysing economic problems.

 

Core 8 – Principles of Macro Economics (EC5B08U)

This course is designed to make the students aware of the theoretical aspects of Macro Economics.

Core 9 – Indian Economy (EC5B09U)

Equips the students with the theoretical, empirical and policy issues relating to the society, polity and economy of India. The course, in particular, has been prepared in the background of the globalization process and its diverse ramifications on the knowledge economy.

Core 10 – Economics of Financial Markets (EC5B10U)

Acquaints the students with the changing role of financial sector in the economy. The stake holders are to familiarize with the basic concepts, the financial institutions and markets.

Core 11 – Quantitative Economics (EC6B11U)

Equips the students with primary statistical and mathematical tools for analysing economic problems.

 

 

 

Core 12 – Macro Economic Analysis (EC6B12U)

This course equips the students to understand systemic facts and the latest theoretical developments in Macro Economics.

Core 13 – Development Issues of the Indian Economy
(EC6B13U)

The objective of the course is to equip the students with the theoretical, empirical and policy issues relating to the society, polity and economy of India. The course, in particular, has been prepared on the background of the globalization process and its diverse ramifications on the knowledge economy.

Core 15 – International Economics (EC6B15U)

The objective of this course is to arrive at an understanding of theories of international trade and to examine the impact of the trade policies on the world economy.

Project (EC6B16U)

Equips the students to study of real issue or a problem intended to resolve the issue with application of concepts, principles, theories and processes. It should entail scientific collection, analysis and interpretation of data to valid conclusions.

Open Course 2 – Fundamentals of Economics (EC5D02U)

This course is designed to make the undergraduate students of other disciplines aware of the basic ideas and concepts in Economics.

 

Complementary Course: History

 

CO1: the course intends to give the students a general idea on the modern world and the force and course of various developments in different parts of the world.

 

 

 

Complementary Course: Mathematics

 

CO1: The syllabi are framed in such a way that it bridges the gap between the plus two and post graduate levels of Mathematics by providing a more complete and logic frame work in almost all areas of basic Mathematics. It helps the students attain a foundation in basic Mathematics and other relevant subjects to complement the core for their future courses.