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The department of Economics commenced its operation in the academic year 1966-67 with General Course and the Honours course started in the academic year 1999-2000. From the session 2017-18, the department, as per the regulation of the University of Calcutta has started the CBC System. The department is run by two full time teachers. Along with its own classes, the department participates in the teaching of B.Com (Hons. And General) courses. The teachers conduct regular mentoring of the students. The central library has a huge stock of books on the subject to cater to the needs of the students. The department regularly holds ICT enabled classes.

 Course objective :  Economics ( General )

Purash Kanpur Haridas Nandi Mahavidyalaya offers Economics (General) as a subject under CBCS of the University Of Calcutta. Economics (General) can be taken as Core Course (cc) and Generic Elective(GE) Course. Those who take Economics (General) as Core Course have to study Economics( General) as Discipline Specific Elective(DSE) course and Skill Enhancement Course(SEC). Course Code, Course Name and Course Objective of each of the course are given below:

1 . Course Code : CC1/GE1 ; Course Name : Introductory Microoeconomics

Objective of this course is to impart knowledge about economic system,price mechanism,behaviour of individuals and firms in making decisions regarding allocation of scarce resources, , price determination  under different market forms and factor price determination .

2. Course Code : CC2/GE2 ; Course Name : Introductory Macroeconomics

Objective of this course is to impart knowledge on the functioning of the economy as a whole  ,measurement and determination of different macro economic variables like national income , price level , national employment and unemplyment,rate of   inflation , etc., the Classical macroeconomic system , the Simple Keynesian model , role of govrnment in macro economic policy making, international trade theory and policy.

3. Course Code : CC3/GE3 ; Course Name : Issues in Economic Development and India

This course is designed to give idea on economic development, human development, poverty and inequality, with special referance to Indian economy , development of dual economy , development strategies , International Organisations and economic development .

4. Course Code : CC4/GE4 ; Course Name : Indian Economic Policies

This course is designed to impart knowledge on different policies undertaken in india after independence and their impact on Indian economy .

5. Course Code : DSE 5 – 1A/ 2A ; Course Name : Money and Banking (MB)

The objective of this  course is to provide understanding on Financial Institutions and Financial Markets , money supply ,interst rates , banking system and monetary policy with reference to Indian economy .

6. Course Code : DSE 5-1A/2A ; Course Name : Sustainable Development (SD)

This course is designed to  provide knowledge on sustainable development , pollution , climate change and sustainable resourse management policies in India .

7. Course Code : DSE 6-1B/2B ; Course Name : Public Finance (PF)

The objective of this course is to give knowledge on the theory of Public Finance and different issues from Indian Public Finance .

8. Course Code : DSE 6-1B/2B ; Course name : Economic History of India (EHI )

This course is designed to provide understanding on economic history of India under the British rule.

9. Course Code : SEC 3-1A/SEC 5-2A ; Course Name : Introductory Methods of Field Survey (IMFS)

The objective of this course is to equip the students with basic ideas of economic data and methodologies of collection and recording of such data .

10. course Code : SEC 3-1A/ SEC 5-2A ; Course Name : Elementary Rural Development (ERD)

This course is designed to give knowledge on basic issues in Rural Development , Rural Credit and Self Help Groups and selected Government policies for Rural Development in India .

11. Course Code:SEC 4-1B/ SEC 6-2B;Course Name: Economic Data Analysis and Report Writing (EDARW)

The objective of this course is to give knowledge on descriptive statistics and its role on Data Analysis and elements of Repot Writing .

12. Course Code : SEC 4-1B/SEC 6-2B ; Course Name : Entrepreneurship and Development (ED)

The objective of this course is to give understanding on basic issues of Entrepreneurship and economic development , Financial resources for new ventures of an etrepreneur, growth strategies and sickness in small business.

  • Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik. M.A., M.Phil.

    Associate Professor and Head of the Department

  • Prof. Aloka Das. M.A., M.Phil

    Associate Professor

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1st Semester (Hons.):

 

1st Semester (Gen.):

 

2nd Semester (Hons.):

 

2nd Semester (Gen.):

Various concepts of National Income Part 1 (Prof. Aloka Das)

Various concepts of National Income Part 2 (Prof. Aloka Das)

SKM of Income Determination Part 3 (Prof. Aloka Das)

SKM of Income Determination Part 4 (Prof. Aloka Das)

SKM of Income Determination Part 5 (Prof. Aloka Das)

SKM of Income Determination Part 6 (Prof. Aloka Das)

Simple Keynesian Multiplier (Prof. Aloka Das)

Role of Government in SKM (Prof. Aloka Das)

Ricardian Theory of Comparative Advantage in International Trade (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Protection Policy in Foreign Trade (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Free Trade Policy (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Balance of Payment (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Measures to Improve Balance of Payment Deficit (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Marshall – Lerner Condition (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Money ( Part – 1 ) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Money ( Part – 2) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Money ( Part – 3 ) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

High Powered Money and Money Multiplier (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Monetary Policy of the Central Bank ( Part – 1 ) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Monetary Policy of the Central Bank ( Part – 2) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Demand for Money in Classical Theory (Prof. Kartik chandra Bhowmik)

Keynesian Theory of Demand for Money and Determination of Rate of Interest (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

AS and AD Curves in The Classical Model (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Classical Dichotomy (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Classical Model of Income and Employment (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

3rd Semester (Hons.):

 

3rd Semester (Gen.):

 

4th Semester (Hons.):

 

4th Semester (Gen.):

Export Policy of India in Pre – Reform Period (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Fiscal Policy in India (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Import Policy of India in Pre- Reform Period (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Monetary Policy of RBI (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Trade Policy of India in the Reform Period (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Foreign Trade Policy of India 2015 – 2020 (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Land Reforms in India (Part -1) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Land Reforms in India (Part -2)  (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Green Revolution in India ( Part – 1) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Green Revolution in India (Part-2) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Capital Formation in Indian Agriculture (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Agricultural Marketing in India(Part -1) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Agricultural Marketing in India ( Part -2) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Agricultural Price Policy in India(Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Forms and Necessity of Foreign Investment in India (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Industrial Diversification (Prof. Aloka Das)

Policies and Performance of Industry Part 1 (Prof. Aloka Das)

Policies and Performance of Industry Part 2 (Prof. Aloka Das)

Policies and Performance of Industry Part 3 (Prof. Aloka Das)

Policies and Performance of Industry Part 4 (Prof. Aloka Das)

Policy Towards Foreign Investment in India (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Foreign Investment in India (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Labour Regulation in India (Part -1) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Labour Regulation in India ( Part -2) (Prof. Kartik Chandra Bhowmik)

Public Sector in India (Prof. Aloka Das)

Cartel (Prof. Aloka Das)

National Competition Policy (Prof. Aloka Das)

Composition and Direction of Foreign Trade of India (Prof. Aloka Das)

Balance of Payment Situation in India,Part-1(A) (Prof. Aloka Das)

Small Scale Industry in India (Prof. Aloka Das)

5th Semester (Hons.):

 

5th Semester (Gen.):

The Structure of Indian Banking System (Prof. Aloka Das)

6th Semester (Hons.):

 

6th Semester (Gen.):

Population growth in British India (Prof. Aloka Das)

Growth Strategies of Small Business Enterprises (Prof. Aloka Das)

Phases of Colonialism (Prof. Aloka Das)

 

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