The study of economics can also provide valuable knowledge for making decisions in everyday life. It offers a tool with which to approach questions about the desirability of a particular financial investment opportunity, whether or not to attend college, the benefits and costs of alternative careers, and the likely impacts of public policies, including universal education and a higher minimum wage
Economics is the study of how societies, governments, businesses, households, and individuals allocate their scarce resources. Our discipline has two important features; first, we develop conceptual models of behaviour models responses to policy and market conditions changes. Second, we use rigorous statistical analysis to investigate these changes.
Eligibility Criteria: A pass in the Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent to it. Index marks for admission are calculated by adding total marks of the qualifying examination + 25% Marks of Economics.