M.A. in Economics
A Credit Semester Course of the Department of Economics, University of Pune
The admission form for the M.A. course will be available at the department after the advertisement appears in the Press.
ADMISSION TO THE M.A. PROGRAMME
Admission to the M.A. programme begins after the University of Pune declares the B.A. examination results. Admission forms for M.A. programme can be obtained from the department.
Admission to the M.A. programme is based on marks obtained by the student at B.A. level and an entrance interview. Both are given equal weightage.
Students with B.A. (Economics) are eligible to apply to the M.A. programme. Graduates from other streams can also apply..
The department follows the reservation policy of the University (as prescribed by the State Government).
Course Structure and Curriculum :
The M.A. Programme
The semester-credit system is being followed for the M.A. programme. Every semester a candidate has to appear for two compulsory papers. Apart from the compulsory papers, the candidate is required to offer two optional papers each semester. The following are the compulsory and optional papers offered by the Department of Economics:
* M.A. Part- I Semester I
i) Theory of Price I EC-1.1 Compulsory Course
ii) Public Finance I EC-1.2 Compulsory Course
iii) Agricultural Economics I EC-1.3 Optional Course
iv) Labour Economics I EC-1.4 Optional Course
v) Mathematical Economics EC-1.5 Optional Course
* M.A. Part- I Semester II
i) Theory of Price II EC-2.1 Compulsory Course
ii) Public Finance II EC-2.2 Compulsory Course
iii) Agricultural Economics II EC-2.3 Optional Course
iv) Labour Economics II EC-2.4 Optional Course
v) Statistical Techniques EC-2.5 Optional Course
* M.A. Part -II Semester III
i) Macro Economics I EC-3.1Compulsory Course
ii) Economics of Growth and Development I EC-3.2Compulsory Course
iii) International Economics I EC-3.3Optional Course
iv) Econometrics I EC-3.4Optional Course
v) Banking and Financial Institutions I EC 3.5 Optional Course
* M.A. Part -II Semester IV
i) Macro Economics II EC-4.1Compulsory Course
ii) Economics of Growth and Development II EC-4.2Compulsory Course
iii) International Economics II EC-4.3Optional Course
iv) Econometrics II EC-4.4Optional Course
v) Banking and Financial Institutions II EC 4.5Optional Course
M.A. in Economics
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