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Old October 15th, 2016, 11:54 AM
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Default Re: ISI Delhi Part Time Courses

No, Master of Science in Quantitative Economics (M.S.Q.E.) Program offered by Economics and Planning Unit of Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi Center is not a part time course.

It is taught in four semesters over two years and one can take about four to five courses each semester

Admission:

One with a 3-year Bachelor’s degree in Economics/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Physics OR B.Stat degree from the Indian Statistical Institute OR Engineering degree are eligible to apply.

Selection is based on past academic record, and performance in entrance tests (in Economics and Mathematics) and in an interview.

Information regarding the admission process is advertised in major Indian newspapers and on our website in February of each year.

The entrance tests are held in early May, and interviews are held in early July.

Course Structure

Semester I

Econ271A: Microeconomics I
Econ272A: Game Theory I
Stat271: Statistics
Math271: Mathematical Methods
One Optional Course (Usually, we offer “Comp271: Computer Programming and Applications” here and encourage all students to take that optional.)

Semester II
Econ271B: Microeconomics II
Econ273A: Econometric Methods I
Econ274A: Macroeconomics I
Two Optional Courses

Semester III
Econ274B: Macroeconomics II
Four Optional Courses

Semester IV
Five Optional Courses

List of Optional Courses
Below is a list of all optional courses. A subset of these courses are offered every semester.
Econ272B: Game Theory II
Econ273B: Econometric Methods II
Econ275: Agricultural Economics
Econ276A: Industrial Organization
Econ276B: Advanced Topics in Industrial Organization
Econ277A: Economic Development I
Econ277B: Economic Development II
Econ277C: Economic Development III
Econ278: Modern Growth Theory
Econ279A: Selected Topics I
Econ279B: Selected Topics II
Econ279C: Selected Topics III
Econ280A: Individual and Collective Choice
Econ280B: Political Economy
Econ281: Incentives and Organizations
Econ282: Incentives and Regulation
Econ283A: Econometric Applications I
Econ283B: Econometric Applications II
Econ284: Bayesian Econometrics
Econ285: Inter temporal Economics
Econ286: Theory of Planning
Econ287: Social Accounting
Econ288: Public Economics
Econ289: Regional Economics
Econ290A: International Economics I
Econ290B: International Economics II
Econ290C: Advanced Topics in International Economics
Econ291: Mathematical Programming with Applications to Economics
Econ292: Monetary Economics
Econ293: History of Economic Thought
Econ294: Environmental Economics
Econ295A: Finance I
Econ295B: Finance II
Econ295C: Finance III
Econ296: Comparative Systems
Econ297: Law and Economics
Econ298: Basic Economics
Econ299: Indian Economy: Selected Topics
Econ300: Experimental and Behavioural Economics
Econ301A: Project
Econ301B: Thesis
Econ302: The Theory of Mechanism Design
Econ303: Corporate Finance
Econ304: Global Macreconomics
Econ305: Labour Economics
Stat272: Sample Survey: Theory and Practice
Stat273: Time Series Analysis and Forecasting
Comp271: Computer Programming and Applications
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