Department of Economics

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  • Syllabus and Course Outcome
  • Faculty Profile
  • Study Materials
  • Extension Activities
  • Results and Student Progression
  • Students' Section
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Initiation and brief overview

From the inception of the college on 1962 the Department of Economics had only general course. The honours section started from 2002 and it was the only science department offering B.Sc. degree. At present, the Economics Department has a five-member faculty (2 assistant professors and 3 SACT professors).

Vision and outlook

We try to make our students aware about the economic changes in present day world and critically analyse them. We emphasize on not only acquisition of knowledge but also use of it for sustainable development of the common mass. We focus on overall development of our students so that they can be self-reliant and self-sufficient, keeping in view the CBCS syllabus under WBSU.

Methods of teaching

Extensive board work is very essential in our subject. Apart from this classroom lectures or the chalk and talk method, the Department uses ICT based classes and audio-visual aids, like, Power-point presentations, to enhance learning interests. The Department also organizes educational tours and other extension activities each year to get real life experience from the economy surrounding them and analyse different problems. It also improves the mental health of the students.Regular assessments through unit tests and class-tests and end of the semester mock-exams ensure that the students are well prepared for their final end-semester examinations. In their project work they learn data handling and paper writing.

Infrastructure

The Department maintains a Seminar Library constituting of relevant books and materials of reference that are not available in the College Library. The Department also has a collection of educational AV material related to the Core Course and DSE syllabus.Students have access to the computers to learn different Econometric software courses like SPSS, E-VIEWS, STATA which are part of the CBCS syllabus. They also use computers to complete their project work which is a major part of CBCS curriculum.

Email: economics@rksmvv.ac.in

Syllabus and Course Outcome Download
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Economics general cbcs draft syllabus View
Economics honours cbcs draft syllabus View
SYLLABUS OF 4 YEAR UG PROGRAMME (HONOURS) WITH ECONOMICS MAJOR, SEM I & II, WBSU UNDER NEP 2020 View
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Cobb Douglus prod fun View
Income Consumption Curve View
Sustainable Development View
What Is SPSS and Its Importance in Research Analysis View
Portion of Referred Books_Journals_Reports Download
Basic Competitive Model, Economic System View
Document from kabita nath View
Human Development Report_2020_technical_notes View
NonParametric Tests View
Offer curve, Stability issur View
PPT Download
Construction and Interpretation of HDI View
CONSUMER_S BEHAVIOUR PPT 2 View
differential equations PPT View
Inclusive Growth View
Land Reform View
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Results and Suudents Progression Download
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CT Sem1 28-6-23 View
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IA SEM 3 PAPER 7 2022 View
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MT SEM 4 PAPER 2 2023 View
Event Reports Download
16.01.2021 Webinar View
16.2.2022 Extension Lecture View
19.12.2023 Excursion View
21.07.2023 Extension Lecture View
26.11.2019 Extension Lecture View
Slow and Advanced Learners Download
Slow and Advanced Learners Policy_Economics Department View