Programmes

Master of Science (Economics)

1. To facilitate the students to evaluate issues related to the economy, business, public policy and society.
2. To rigorously train students to objectively and critically examine and deduce information pertaining to the core, interdisciplinary and applied learnings.
3. To replenish the analytical and quantitative abilities and problem-solvingm aptitude through academics.
4. To support students to undertake research-oriented activities and evaluate policy decisions motivated through holistic learning outcomes.
5. To empower the students by honing transferable skills for advanced career pursuits

Duration (in months): 24 (Full time)

Eligibility:Graduate from any recognized University/ Institution of National Importance with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade (45% marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribes)

Medium of Instruction: English

Programme Pattern :Semester

Course and Specialization :As per Annexure A

Fee :

Academic Fee p.a Institute Diposit Total
Indian Students
International Students
(Under EVBAB)

Assessment :All courses will have 30% internal component and 70% component as external [University] examination.

Standard of Passing :The assessment of the student for each examination is done, based on relative performance. Maximum Grade Point (GP) is 10 corresponding to O (Outstanding). For all courses, a student is required to pass both internal and external examination separately with a minimum Grade Point of 4 corresponding to Grade P. Students securing less than 40% absolute marks in each head of passing will be declared FAIL. The University awards a degree to the student who has achieved a minimum CGPA of 4 out of maximum of 10 CGPA for the programme.

Award of Degree/Diploma/Certificate :Master of Science (Economics) (Development Studies/International Trade/ Urban Development/Finance) degree will be awarded at the end of semester IV examination by taking into consideration the performance of all semester examinations after obtaining minimum 4.00 CGPA out of 10 CGPA.

Classification of Credits

Semester Genric Core Generic Elective Specialization Core Specialization Elective Open Elective Audit Total
Development Studies
1 23 0 0 0 0 0 23
2 19 0 0 0 0 1* 19
3 4 0 12 4 0 1* 20
4 6 0 12 0 0 0 18
Total 52 0 24 4 0 0 80


Annexure A

Catalog Course Code Course Code Course Title Specialization Credit Internal Marks External Marks Total Marks
Semester : 1
Generic Core Courses
T6040 0602420101 Mathematical Economics 4 60 140 200
T6046 0602420102 Public Economics 4 60 140 200
T6633 0602420103 Advanced Macroeconomics I 4 60 140 200
T6635 0602420104 Advanced Microeconomics I 4 60 140 200
T6637 0602420105 Advanced Econometrics I 4 60 140 200
T6825 0602420106 Research Methodology and Software Application Package I 3 45 105 150
Total 23 345 805 1150
Semester : 2
Generic Core Courses
T6634 0602420201 Advanced Macroeconomics II 4 60 140 200
T6636 0602420202 Advanced Microeconomics II 4 60 140 200
T6638 0602420203 Advanced Econometrics II 4 60 140 200
T6672 0602420204 Growth and Development 4 60 140 200
T6826 0602420205 Research Methodology and Software Application Package II 3 45 105 150
Total 19 285 665 950
Semester : 3
Generic Core Courses
T6904 0602420301 Internship 4 60 140 200
Total 4 60 140 200
Specialiation Core Courses : Development Studies
T6059 0602420309 Development Experience Development Studies 4 60 140 200
T6049 0602420310 Markets and Instittional Framework of Development Development Studies 4 60 140 200
T6051 0602420311 Urban Economics Development Development Studies 4 60 140 200
Total 12 180 420 600
pecialiation Elective : Development Studies
T6050 0602420313 Trade, Aid and Development Development Studies 4 60 140 200
Total Required Credits 4 60 140 200
Semester : 4
Generic Core Courses
T6706 0602420401 Dissertation 6 90 210 300
Total 6 90 210 300
Specialization Core Courses : Development Studies
T6061 0602420408 Human Development Development Studies 4 60 140 200
T6060 0602420409 Rural Development Development Studies 4 60 140 200
T6048 0602420410 Theories and Models of Development and Distribution Development Studies 4 60 140 200
Total 12 180 420 600

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