Department of P G Studies & Research in Economics

Established in 2014

The aim to offer modern and quality education in higher studies of Economics and to assist the students to have competitive edge in a globalised environment are reflected in its modified and relevant syllabus and student centric programmes. A postgraduate of economics after the completion of the course should be civilised, principled, endowed with a strong self-esteem and concern for fellow beings. The department strives to provide models of value practices, offer opportunities for learning and development, create infrastructure for interventions including those for preserving environment and organise competence enhancement programmes. Also it has been backed up by an able management and strongly committed members of the staff. The students of the department run a forum called ‘Planning Forum’ which conducts various need based programmers for student’s benefits

Did You Know ?

"Nobel Prize in Economics, is an award for outstanding contributions to the Field of economics, awarding since 1969".

Association & Activities
Community Orientation
Research Output

Association & Activities

The department is set with quality oriented activities which could possibly enhance the performance of students. Students impart managerial skills through student run forum ‘Planning Forum’ which conducts various need based programmers for student benefits such as

  • Group Discussion:
  • Career Development Programmes:
  • Personality Development Programmes:
  • Seminar / Group Seminars:
  • Spoken English classes:
  • Information related to competitive examinations:
  • Information regarding employment opportunities:
  • Talk on current events:
  • Training for competitive exams like IES, NET, SET.
  • Conducting guest lecturers:
  • Conducting mock events:
  • Conducting event management programmes: 
  • Opportunity to teach in Undergraduate College as training:
  • Organising field visit to get practical knowledge.

Community Orientation

  • ’Janajagrathi Abhiyana’-Educating the Public.

Research Output

  • Partition Literature
  • Indian Drama and Theatre
  • Postcolonial Literatures
  • Comparative Literature
  • Dissertation, a mandatory component of the course.
  • Minor Research Projects