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Default Re: PU CHD Syllabus MA Economics

The details including the syllabus of the Master of Arts in Economics course offered by Punjab University has been mentioned below:

M.A. (Economics)
Duration: 2 Years
Eligibility: Graduation or Equivalent

Course Duration: Two Year (Annual/Semester System)

Course Eligibility : Graduation in any Stream with at least 50 % marks or Equivqlent CGPA

Admission Criteria: Merit in qualifying examination, subject to eligibility criteria.

Entrance/Eligibility Test: As per University Rules

Programme Mode: Regular

Course Syllabus
Annual System

Part – I
Course Title

1. Micro-Economic Theory and Welfare Economics
2. Any one from the following papers
Indian Economy : Issues and Problems
History of Economic Thought
3. Any one from the following subject to restriction laid down in the note given below
Mathematics and Statistics for Economic Analysis
Theoretical Statistics
4. Any one from the following
Economics of Agriculture
Economics of Industry
Economics of Labour
Economics of Population
Economics of Human Resource Development

Note : Candidates, who before their taking M.A. Part I in Economics have as of now passed M.Sc. Measurements or M.Sc. Science with Statistics as a discretionary paper, might not be permitted to take Paper III but rather should be required to offer two discretionary papers in Paper IV in M. A. Part I Economics examination (rather than one discretionary paper in Paper IV in lieu of Paper III).

Part – II
1. Macro-Economic Theory
2. Economics of Growth, Development and Planning
3. Papers III & IV - Any two from the following :
Mathematical Economics
International Economics
Economics of Public Finance
Economics of Money & Banking OR
Economics of Financial Markets and Institutions
Political Economy
Computer Applications in Economic and Statistical Analysis
Economics of Agriculture or Economics of Industry – whichever the student has not offered in M. A. – I. The syllabi in this option will be the same as prescribed in

Economics of Environment

Just those hopefuls who have acquired no less than 55% (fifty five percent) stamps in the M. A. Part I examination can settle on Option (x) Dissertation.

Just Regular understudies will be permitted to offer Option (vii) and the recommended course of participation in functional in this paper will likewise be necessary.

Semester System

Semester – I
Course Title
Micro Economics-I
Contemporary Issues in Indian Economy-I
Quantitative Methods
History of Economic Thought

Semester – II
Micro Economics-II
Contemporary Issues in Indian Economy-II
International Economics
Economics of Public Finance

Semester – III
Macro Economics-I
Economics of Growth and Development-I
Any two of the following options for Papers III & IV
Economics of Agriculture-I
Economics of Industry-I
Advanced Econometrics
Economics of Population OR
Economics of Human Resource Development

Semester – IV
Macro Economics-II
Economics of Growth and Development-II
Any two of the following options for Papers III & IV

Note : Students who opt for Economics of Agriculture-I and/or Economics of Industry-I in semester-III will have to opt for Economics of Agriculture-II and/or Economics of Industry-II in Semester-IV).
Economics of Agriculture-II
Economics of Industry-II
Mathematical Economics
Economics of Money and Banking OR
Economics of Financial Markets & Institutions 1
Economics of Public Finance
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