B.A./ B. Sc. (General) Degree Course in Economics

The University of Burdwan
In Bardhaman

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  • Bachelor
  • Bardhaman
  • Duration:
    3 Years
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Bardhaman
The University of Burdwan, Rajbati, Bardhaman , 713104, West Bengal, India
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PART-I

Paper-I: Micro Economics

1. Consumer’s Behaviour
2.Producer’s Behaviour
3.Market Morphology
4.Theory of Distribution

PART – II
Paper – II: Macroeconomics
1.National Income
2.Money
3.Quantity Theory of Money
4.Simple Keynesian Theory of Income and Employment
5.Concept of Inflation, Deflation and Stagflation
6.Banking
7.Public Goods
8.Principles of Taxation
9.International Trade

Paper – III: Problems of the Indian Economy

Features and Causes of Underdevelopment of the Indian Economy.

National Income of India Trend, Estimation and Distribution.

Population: Trends of Population Growth – Population policies of the govt.

Dualism in the Indian Economy: Poverty Line-Poverty Eradication Programmes in India.

Agriculture – Causes of Low Productivity.

Land Reforms: Meaning – Importance-Evaluation of the programmes.

New technology and Green Revolution and its effects.

Effects of GATT on Indian Agriculture.

Industry: Role of Cottage, Small-scale and Large-scale Industries in India’s Economic Development – problems and Solutions.

Banking : Role of Indian Commercial Banks – Credit Control Policy of Reserve Bank of India – Money market in India

Indian Public Finance: Sources of Revenue of Union and State Government – Union-State Financial Relation.

India’s Foreign Trade: Volume and direction of trade in the post liberalization period.

Indian Planning: Achievements and failure of India’s Five year Plans.

Paper-IV
Group A: Development Economics

Paper – IV
Group B: Elementary Statistics


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