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Economics

Department at a Glance: 

The Department of economics is one of the oldest and main constituent departments of the SPP College, established in the year 1970. The Department offers Undergraduate courses (B.A. & B.Sc) in Economics and its branches viz. Rural Development, Environmental and Multi-Disciplinary courses, conduct need based rural economic research studies, organize seminar and workshop and undertake outreach and consultancy activities in economics. 

History of the Department: 

The Department of Economics started along with other Arts Department since the establishment of the SPP College in the year 1970. Founder Lecturer of Economics Department was Sri Bolaram Bora. Thereafter, Mrs. Mira Kakoti, Shri. Benu Bora, Late Karuna Kanta Boragohain, Shri. Ranjan Kumar Phukan, Mrs. Minu Hazarika served in this department. Since, its inception, the department has been committed towards promoting high quality and relevance teaching.  During the last 50 years, the Department has carved out a niche in economics and many of its alumni have distinguished themselves in both academic and administrative spheres at national level.

Presently, the Department is headed by Syed Abdur Rahman who has also been the ex-student of this college. The Department has three (3) Faculty members and one for Rural Development. The strength of the department is in our faculty with a wide range of specialties in economics. All faculty members of the department are well-respected authors and scholars and all are active in teaching, research and social activities. The Department of Economics is the hub of a number of academic and co-curriculur activities. The Department has organised prestigious academic seminar and conducted minor research projects.

Vision

The department has the envision of generating rural talents through teaching and research by creating an understanding of the global, national and local economic issues among them and to develop proper analytical skills to draw out a solution to such economic issues. 

Mission

 

Courses Offered

Courses

Duration

Course Content 

Higher Secondary (Arts & Science)

 

 

2 years

Class XI

Introductory Microeconomics

Statistics for Economics

CLASS XII

Introductory Macroeconomics

Indian Economic Development

Project- 20 Marks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BA/B.Sc Major & General (Non-CBCS )

 

 

 

 

6 Semester

 

I SEMESTER

(1.01) Microeconomics -i

G

(1.01) Microeconomic Theory

M

 

II SEMESTER

 

(2.01) Macroeconomics

 

G

(2.01) Macroeconomics

M

 

III SEMESTER

(3.01)Microeconomics-ii

(3.02)Statistical method in Economics

G

(3.01) Public Economics

M

 

IV SEMESTER

(4.01)Mathematics for economics

(4.02)Public economics-theoretical issues

G

(4.01) Issues of Indian Economy

 

 

M

 

 

 

V SEMESTER

(5.01)Development economics with Indian perspective-i

(5.02)Public economics: policy issues

(5.03)History of economic thought

(5.04)Monetary theories and financial markets

G

(5.01) Elementary Statistics for Economics

 

 

M

 

VI SEMESTER

(6.01)Economic issues of Assam

(6.02)International economics

(6.03)Environmental economics

(6.04)Development economics with Indian perspective-ii

G

(6.01) Development Economics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BA Core & Generic  Elective(CBCS)

(6 Credit each Paper)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 Semester

 

 

 

I SEMESTER

(C101) Introductory Microeconomics

(C102) Mathematical Methods for Economics - I

GE

(GE1)Introductory Microeconomics

 

C

 

 

II SEMESTER

(C201) Introductory Macroeconomics

(C202) Mathematical Methods for Economics - II

GE

(GE2) Introductory Macroeconomics

C

 

 

 

 

 

 

III SEMESTER

(C301)Essentials of Microeconomics

(C302) Essentials of Macroeconomics

(C303) Statistical Methods for Economics

 

GE

(GE 3.1) Indian Economy - I

 

Students have to opt for any one GE Course.

(GE 3.2) Money and Financial Markets

(GE 3.3) Environmental Economics

C

 

 

 

IV SEMESTER

(C401) Advanced Microeconomics

(C402) Advanced Macroeconomics

(C403) Introductory Econometrics

 

GE

(GE 4.1) Indian Economy - II

 

Students have to opt for any one GE Course.

(GE 4.2) Economic History of India (1857-1947)

(GE 4.3) Public Finance

 

 

 

 

C

 

 

 

 

V SEMESTER

(C501) Indian Economy - I

(C502) Development Economics - I

(DSE501) Economics of Health and Education

 

 

 

Students have to opt for any two DSE Courses.

(DSE502) Applied Econometrics 

(DSE503) Economic History of India (1857-1947)

(DSE504) Game Theory

(DSE505) Money and Financial Markets

(DSE506) Public Economics

 

 

 

 

 

 

C

 

 

 

VI SEMESTER

(C601) Indian Economy - II

(C602) Development Economics - II

(DSE601)Financial Economics

Students have to opt for any two DSE Courses.

(DSE602)Environmental Economics

(DSE603)International Economics

(DSE604)The Economy of North-East India

(DSE605) History of Economic Thought

BA in Rural Development, Generic Elective (Non-CBCS)

6 Semester

 

I SEMESTER

(1.01)Rural development-concepts and dimensions

 

II SEMESTER

(2.01)Rural economy of India

 

III SEMESTER

(3.01)Social  sector of rural India

 

IV SEMESTER 

(4.01)Rural development programmes in India

 

V SEMESTER

(5.01)Rural Development Institutions & Strategies

 

VI SEMESTER

(6.01)Rural Development  Planning & Management

 

BA in Rural Development, Generic Elective (CBCS)

(6 Credit each Paper)

 

 4 Semester

 

I SEMESTER

(GE1)Fundamentals of rural development

 

II SEMESTER

(GE2)Rural economy of India

 

III SEMESTER

(GE3)Rural society of India

 

IV SEMESTER 

(GE4)Rural development programmes and institutions in India.

 










 

Faculty Members:

Name & Qualification

Qualification

Designation

Area of Specialization

Contact No. & Email Id

Syed. Abdur Rahman

M.A

Associate Professor & HOD

Demography

9401704758

sarohmannamti@gmail.com 

Ms. Neha Kar

M.A, M.Phil

Assistant Professor

Econometrics, Environmental Economics, Demography

8638786296

nehakar206@gmail.com 

Ms. Ananya Buragohain

M.A, M.Phil, B.Ed

Assistant Professor

Agriculture

8638659582

bananya2013@gmail.com 

Ms. Mouchumi Khanikor

M.A

Assistant Professor

Rural Development

9101790337

mouchumikhanikor@gmail.com 

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Miss Ananya Borgohain

Assistant Professor

Date of Joining : December, 01 2020

Department : Economics

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Miss Neha Kar

Assistant Professor

Date of Joining : October, 19 2020

Department : Economics

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