ASBM

MA Economics

MA Economics

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Program Key Stats

2021

Admission Session

Any graduate with Economics subjects

Eligibility criteria

2 Years

Duration

₹ 40000

Fees

Program
Overview

Economics is a subject that teaches concepts related to markets, finance, principles of business, banking, money and the working of an economy. Under these themes lie topics of demand, supply, production, national income, history of the Indian economy, international economics, inflow and outflow of capital, operations of loans, inflation and deflation of currency, rise and fall of prices in the market, GDP, as well as statistics. Since Economics deals with large numbers and data, the importance of statistics is deeply ingrained in the course. The extensive knowledge of the subject makes to understand and analyse economic trends.

A Master of Arts in Economics is geared towards enabling students who already have a solid base of economics-based knowledge to learn how to apply these economic principles to real-life situations. Master of Arts in Economics allows the students to hone analytical skills, to utilise expertise to come up with innovative solutions to a diverse range of problems, and to learn how to master various econometric techniques and software. The Master’s program offers a balance between theories of microeconomic, macroeconomic, and econometrics alongside their scientific applications. Developing core competencies on critical thinking skills, hypothesising and solving problems, data acquisition skills, data analysis techniques, the application of economic theory to analyze economic data, writing and reporting skills, and competency in the use of computer software.

Why MA Economics

  • Designed on CBCS pattern
  • Innovative teaching pedagogy
  • Experienced faculty from industry, profession and academics
  • Continuous evaluation pattern
  • Dissertation/Project
  • Separate hostel facilities for boys and girls inside the campus

Course Curriculum

A student will undergo minimum 80 credits of course work during the two-year programme.

The curriculum consists of 80 credits where Ability Enhancement Course (AEC) is of 4 credits, Core Discipline courses are of 52 credits, Generic Electives (GE) are of 8 credits and Discipline Specific Electives (DSE) are of 16 credits.

Semester - I

  • Personality Development for Corporate Readiness
  • Microeconomic Analysis
  • Macroeconomic Analysis
  • Statistics for Economics
  • Mathematics for Economics

Semester – II

  • Cadvance Microeconomic Analysis
  • Advance Macroeconomic Analysis
  • Indian Economic Policy
  • Basic Econometrics
  • Computer Application in Economic Analysis

Semester – III

  • Economics of Growth and Development
  • Financial Institutions and Markets Research Methodology
    Choose Any One
  • Advanced Econometrics
  • Agricultural Economics
    Choose Any One
  • Rural Economics
  • Environmental Economics

Semester – IV

  • Public Economics
  • International Trade
  • Choose Any One
  • Financial Econometrics
  • Regional Economics

Choose Any One

  • Urban Economics
  • Economics of Natural Resources
  • Dissertation

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FOR WHOM

  • Any graduate with Economics as one of the subjects from a recognised university

ELIGIBILITY

  • Minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% for reserved category). Final year students can apply.

Faculty

Dr. Apurva Sahay

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Barada P Mohapatra

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Bhagaban Jayasingh

Professor & Dean

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Dr. Bhakta Bandhu Dash

Sr. Assistant Professor

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Dr. Biswajeet Pattanayak

President & Professor

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Dr. Haradhan Das

Professor

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Dr. Jhum Swain

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Jyoti Ranjan Mohanty

Professor

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Dr. Kalyan Shankar Ray

Professor

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Dr. Kaushik Nagadev Bhuyan

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Manmath Nath Samantaray

Associate Professor

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Dr. Padmanava Mohapatra

Sr. Assistant Professor

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Dr. Phalgu Niranjana

Professor

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Dr. Rupsa Mahapatra

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Sachidanand Sogala

Adjunct Professor

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Dr. Shekhar Murthy

Professor

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Dr. Smaraki Pattanayak

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Sunil Kumar Das Bendi

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Susanta Kumar Kanungo

Adjunct Faculty

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Dr. Thomas Mathew

Professor Emeritus

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Prof. Avijit Mondal

Assistant Professor

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Prof. Pratap Kumar Pati

Assistant Professor

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Prof. Saroj Kumar Bishey

Assistant Professor

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Prof. Swasti Suvasweta Satpathy

Assistant Professor

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