B.A. (Economics) Bachelor of Arts l Intake : 120

Programme Approved by MIT World Peace University
Admissions Open For 2017-18 Apply Now

Introduction

Bachelor of Arts in Economics is a three-year academic degree sciences encompassing both literal and quantitative courses. Typical mandatory courses for the degree include, but are not limited to: microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, economic statistics, history of economic thought and political economy. Student after successful completion of their course will get practical experience in economic policies and programs. They will be experts in dealing with comparative economic systems, money and banking systems, quantitative analytical methods, applications to specific industries etc. They deal mainly with economic frame work and are considered as asset for the economic development of a nation.

Objectives of the Course

  • To provide knowledge of the basic principles of Economics as well as Political Science, Sociology and Geography.
  • To nurture students with recent concepts and knowledge in Economics.
  • To enhance the skills to face the challenges in the field of Economics
  • To build an educational platform for higher studies in the field of Economics
  • To make students techno-savvy to acquire necessary skills for Research & Innovation.

Eligibility

  • Higher-Secondary School Examination with English as a passing subject.
  • 3 years Diploma after SSC of board of Technical Education or its equivalent.
  • 2 years Diploma in Pharmacy after H.S.C of board of Technical Education or its equivalent.

Admission Procedure

  • First Come First Served Basis

Examination Pattern

  • F.Y, S.Y, & T.Y.B.Com has the Annual Examination Pattern of Savitribai Phule Pune University.
  • For all the Three Years B.Com, the Examination Pattern is 80 + 20 marks out of which, 80 marks are for the Annual Paper and 20 marks for Comprehensive Continuous Internal Assessment.
  • There will a University Practical Examination of 20 marks at the end of the Academic Year.

Value Addition Programme Offered

  • Certificate Course in Foreign Languages (French/ German/ Japanese ) approved by MIT World Peace University
  • Certificate Course in BEC (Business English Certificate) certified by the University of Cambridge, UK.
  • Certificate Programs on Financial & Monetary Economics, Econometrics, International Business & Import Export Documentation.
  • Students can avail facility of Regular Coaching / Training of Civil Services Competitive Examinations UPSC and MPSC at MIT Civil Services Training Institute, MIT Campus, Kothrud Pune, after College hours during their graduation. for more information please visit http://www.mitcst.com/

Career Opportunities

This degree will deliver the types of well-rounded, broadly educated, articulate and numerate graduates that the job market is increasingly demanding.

Graduates from this new programme, with multidisciplinary literacy, will be well placed for careers in both private and public sector in fields such as :

  • Finance
  • Politics
  • Diplomacy
  • NGOs
  • International organizations
  • Move on to further study and research

What after B.A Economics?

The Graduates of B. A (Economics) programme will be eligible to get admission for Post Graduate courses like.

PG Level
  • MA (Analytical & Applied Economics)
  • MA (Applied Economics)
  • MA (Business Economics)
  • MA (Corporation and Applied Economics)
  • MA (Econometrics)
  • MA (Economics)
  • MA (Indian Economics)
  • MA (Quantitative Economics)
  • MA (Mass Communication)
  • MA(Advertisement & Journalism)
Diploma Courses in Economics
  • Post Graduate Diploma (Applied Economics)
  • Post Graduate Diploma (Econometrics)

Course Structure

Code FYBA Code SYBA Code TYBA
1017 Compulsory English 2017 Compulsory English - Compulsory English
1337 Optional English 2337 English Gen-II - English Gen-III
1157 Economics 2417 Applied Statistics Gen-II - Applied Statistics Gen-III
1167 Political Science 2157 Economics Gen-II
(Banking & Cooperation in India)
- Economics Gen-III
(Indian Public Finance)
1417 Applied Statistics 2158 Economics Special I
(Micro Economics)
- Economics Special III
(International Economics)
1227 Geography 2159 Economics Special II
(Macro Economics)
- Economics Special IV
(Quantitative Technique & Project Work)