Department Of Economics
The Department of Economics was established in the year 2014 and offers, 2 year Master of Arts (M.A.) Programme in Economics and Ph.D Programme in Economics. The Department prioritizes the holistic development of the students and administers interdisciplinary subjects like Communication Skills.
The classroom instruction is aided by innovative teaching aids like Classroom Activities, Expert Lectures, Workshops and Seminars. Students are motivated to interact and take initiative in the direction of their interest. Such measures not only enhance the theoretical learning experience but also promotes skills like critical thinking and communication.
Department of Economics envisions promoting a research culture among students by encouraging them to undertake Research Projects, Project Dissertations, and Presentations to make meaningful contributions to Economic Knowledge.
Economics as a subject matter is of great contemporary significance, as it deals with ever-evolving markets and scenarios and plays a crucial role in influencing society and its development. The activities undertaken are also aimed at encouraging the students to explore and evaluate various contemporary economic issues and develop a broad horizon of understanding.
I believe that institutional success is a result of collective efforts and the Department encourage students to actively participate in the departmental activities, seek guidance from faculty members, and make the most of the opportunities available to them, while our efforts are directed towards providing a conducive learning environment. Together, we can create an inclusive and stimulating academic community that nurtures talent, fosters innovation, and prepares our students to become leaders and change-makers in the field of economics.
Best wishes for your academic pursuits!
Prof. Sonu Madan
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, CBLU
M.A. Programme in Economics is a full-time 2-year degree course run by the Department of Economics. The programme includes several discipline centric courses to enhance their understanding of economic policies at the national and international level. The syllabi of the course is designed in such a way to enable the students to equip the students with the knowledge to understand the emerging economic issues. The programme intends to develop analytical thinking among students in the specialised areas of their interest. Besides, the programme has included Hobby Clubs and Open Elective Courses so that the students get an opportunity to keep exploring their interdisciplinary areas of interest as well. Besides, efforts are made to achieve the holistic development of the students by developing communication skills, analytical and critical thinking among the students. Subjects like “Issues of Contemporary Relevance” are taught so that students can understand the pragmatic application of the economic concepts and theories on the Economic scenarios of the country and world.
Bachelor Degree in any discipline with at least 45% marks in aggregate (42.75% in case of SC/ST/Blind/Visually/ Differently Abled etc. candidates).
Name of Activity
Name of Department
1.Incidence and effect of Public Expenditure Zero base budgeting Policies of Voluntary exchange models
2.Fiscal Federalism in India, Externalities: the problem and its solutions, Property Rights, Role of regulation in Taxation system
1.Mean deviation, Coefficient of Variation, Index number, Time Series
2.Correlationand Regression method of Lest Squares
3.Hypothesis Testing, Chi Square, F-Tests One way and two way ANOVA
Data Analysis Using SPSS
Best out of Waste Competition
Regard Before Discard
Essential of Project Dissertation
International Conference of Business Management and Social Innovation 2021
26-27 August, 2021
Impact of Covid-19 on Economy, Trade and Industry
Online Quiz On Covid-19
Evolution of Panchayati Raj and Gandhian Approach to Rural Economy
Presentation by students
Communication Skill Development:
November 7, 2019
Financial markets and the dynamic changes that the market is undergoing
November 08, 2019
“Changing Paradigms of Global Business Environment
November 15, 2019
“Current Slowdown of Indian Economy”
November 18, 2019
- Well Equipped Class Rooms
- Independent University Library
- Dedicated Training and Placement Cell
- Fully Air Conditioned Conference Hall for Group Discussion, Seminar, and Presentation etc.
- Fully Air Conditioned Committee Hall
- “Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan Sabhagar” with capacity of 200 participants
- Computer Lab with Internet Facility
- Computer and printer
- Availability of e-Journals and e-Books
Room no- 219, SEIMT Building
Department of Economics
Hansi Road, Opposite Haryana board of school education, Bhiwani (127021), Haryana
Chaudhary Bansi Lal University