The Department of Economics (P.G.)was established in the year 1962 and from the very beginning, this department is actively engaged in evolving innovative methods in teaching. With the objective of improving
the class room teaching.
'Participatory Method of Teaching' also has been adopted and in order to fulfill this purpose, Seminars, Group Discussion and special lectures have been arranged from time to time. At present, there are ten teachers in the department.
=> Doctor Of Philosophy (Ph.D)
=> Doctor Of Letter
Master Of Arts (M.A.) Economics (Previous)
=> Micro Economic Analysis-I
=> Macro Economic Analysis-I
=> Quantitative Methods-I
=> Public Economics - I
=> Indian Economic Policy (With Special Reference to Bihar)
=> Economics of Growth and Development
=> Agricultural Economics
=> Labour Economics
=> Mathematical Economics
=> Political Economy of Bihar/Jharkhand
=> History of Modern Economic Analysis
Master Of Arts (M.A.) Economics (Final)
=> Micro Economic Analysis-II
=> Macro Economic Analysis-II
=> Quantitative Methods-II
=> Public Economics - II
=> International Trade and Finance
=> Economics of Social Sector and Environment
=> Optional Paper (Any one of the following):
=> Industrial Economics
=> Economics of Gender and Development
=> Development of Economic Thinking In India
Major Focus Areas
Teaching : Specialization
=> Advanced Monetary Economics.
=> Quantitative Economics [Statistics, Econometrics and Mathematical Economics]
=> International Trade and Finance.
=> Indian Economic Thinking.
=> Economics of underdevelopment - with particular reference to Bihar & Jharkhand.
=> Environment and Economics.
=> Managerial Economics.
=> Interactive Method of Teaching.
=> New syllabi on U.G.C. Model.
Research : Thrust Areas
=> Regional Economics.
=> Monetary Economics.
=> Fiscal Economics.
=> Indian Economic Policy and Problems.
=> Econometric Studies.
=> Research Methodology
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