Department of

Courses Offered



Under Graduate : 1963
Post Graduate : -

Dr.Vinay Sharma

Department of Economics

The Department of Economics was established in 1963 with an objective of conducting teaching, learning and research on the issues related to the socio-economic development & scenario. Our teaching and research programs have been conceptualized with an aim to develop systematic and comparative approaches to the analysis of economic problems and issues. The objective of the syllabus in Under-Graduate Program is to highlight the basic economic concepts and global perspectives of the structure of Indian economy. The Syllabus in under-graduate includes Micro Economics, Indian Economics, Macro Economics, Money Banking & Finance, Development & Environmental Economics and Statistics. Apart from teaching courses in basic economic theory and applied economics in Post-Graduate programme, the Centre emphasized on training students in social science methodology and the techniques of research, both qualitative and quantitative.
The applied courses taught at the MA level are designed to be Indian and global economics looking toward other economic societies and generalizing principles. The courses taught are Micro and Macro Economics, Indian Economics, Quantitative Methods and Statistics, Industrial Economics, Labour Economics, Economics of Development & Growth, International Economics, Public Economics, Environmental Economics, and Demography and so on.

S.No Name
1 Dr. Lakhan Choudhary
2 Dr. Vinay Sharma

The research work and publications undertaken by the department reflect its continued engagement with emerging economic societal issues at regional and national. The department has made efforts in evolving innovative courses and research programs to address some of these issues, but these efforts need to be strengthened further by augmenting academic resources of the department. Study and research in other areas listed below need further consolidation:

  • Economics of Development
  • Environmental Economics
  • Applied Economics
  • Quantitative Methods in Economic Research
  • Rural Economics
  • Central-State Finance & Budget
  • Banking Finance & Loan
  • Cooperative Finance
  • Agriculture Economics
  • Micro Financing
  • Industrial Economics
  • Panchyatiraj Vyavstha
  • Political Economics
  • Comparative Economics
  • Privatization, Liberalization, Marketization & Globalization
  • Modern Indian Economic Thought and
  • Population Study


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1. Under Graduate BA
2. Post Graduate MA