M.Phil in Regional Economics

In Bareilly

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  • MPhil
  • Bareilly

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Where and when

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7Km from the Bareilly railway station Pilibhit Bye pass road Bareilly, 243006, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Course programme

The basic objective of the department has been to import need-based education at Master’s and doctoral level. .The department committed to the goal of socio-economic development of the region has also established Village Development Centre. It aims at creating a Data Bank for preparing village inventory so as to develop the catchment area.

The University offers M.Phil, in the streams of Regional Economics to meet teaching and research activities. There are seven sanctioned positions in the department consisted of one Professor, two Readers and four lecturers. An additional post of lecturer has been sanctioned by the U.G.C. in the Xth Plan. There are three non-teaching employees viz. one computer operator, office assistant and one class IV to assist teachers students. The University has at present, 15 students in M.Phil

The Department of Regional Economics was established in 1985. It is located in one of the wings of the faculty of Advanced Social Sciences and possesses one lecture theatre, two lecture rooms, one seminar- cum- library room, two offices equipped with computers, over head projector, type and zerox machines.

Since inception eighteen research students have been awarded Doctorate degree.The faculty members have contributed significantly to the subject by means of books and research papers. Some twenty books and equal number of papers have been published so far. National and International conferences like India Economic conferences, Society for India Agricultural Economics and India Labour Association and IAHA etc. have been attended by the faculty. The department has also organized U.G.C. sponsored Refresher course and U.P. Government funded Seminar as Land Use.

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