Department of Economics



 

Programme: Master of Arts (M.A.)/ Master of Science(M.Sc.)
Duration: 2 Years (4 Semester)
Course: M.A./M.Sc. (Economics)
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Programme: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)/Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Duration: 3 Years (6 Semester)
Course: B.A./ B.Sc. (Economics)
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Curriculum:

M.A./M.Sc.: 2 years-4 semester

Semester-1 Semester 2
Microeconomics 1
Macroeconomics 1
Monetary Economics
Mathematical Methods for Economic Analysis 1
Statistical Methods for Economic Analysis
Microeconomics 2
Microeconomics 3
Macroeconomics 2
Mathematical Methods for Economic Analysis 2
Elements of Econometrics
Semester 3 Semester 4
International Economics
Population and Human Resource [O]
Public Finance
Development Economics 1
Statistical Applications in Economics [E+O]
Econometric Methods*[E]
Development Economics 2
Issues in Indian Economy
Agricultural Economics[E]
Demography[E+O]
Environmental Economics[E+O]
Financial System[E+O]
Industrial Economics[E]
Marketing Research and Demand Forecasting[E]
Model Building and Simulation in Economics*[E+O]
Operations Research* [E+O]

Notes: 1. The first digit indicates the semester, the next two the course number and the
fourth the credit per week the course carries
2. [E] =Elective, [O]=Courses open for students of other disciplines
[E-O] = Elective and open for students of other disciplines
3. *These Papers will involve exercises using computers

 B.A./B.Sc. (Major): 3 years-6 semester)

Semester 1 Semester 2
Microeconomics – 1
Macroeconomics - I
Mathematics for economics - I
Essentials of Economics I
Microeconomics - II
Macroeconomics - II
Mathematics for economics - II
Essentials of Economics
Semester 3 Semester 4
Introduction to statistical methods
Public economics - I
Money and financial systems
Public economics and financial systems
Introductory econometrics
Public economics - II
International economics
Development economics
Semester 5 Semester 6
History of economic thought    
Economics of Northeast India
Advanced statistics (For Arts students)  Advanced econometrics (For Science students) Economic problems in the context of India and Assam - I
Economics of Development and planning Current issues in Indian economy Environmental economics
Economic problems in the context of India and Assam - II

 Faculty Members:

1.

Rupon Basumatary
Assistant Professor

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2.

Daisy Das
Assistant Professor

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