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Department of Economics




About the Department

Students' Achievements

Syllabus _Integrated M.Sc. Economics(UG)

Syllabus_M.A. Economics

Syllabus_Pre-PhD Course Work_Economics

Department Activities 2014-15

Departmental Activities 2015-16

Department activities 2016-17

The discipline of Economics has grown in many dimensions in the recent past the two important dimensions are; one is its forays into unconventional areas that were traditionally considered out of bound for economic analysis. These include, for example, health and education. But the most important area in the current context is the Environment, because of the challenge to make economic growth compatible with the growing environmental concerns. Environmental Economics, although has its roots in externality theories, Public good theories and the general equilibrium theory of the mid-twentieth century, the field really took off in the last quarter of the last century and  has been growing ever since.

The second development is the large scale use of quantitative methods made possible by the IT revolution. This has made generation of data, its dissemination and access for analysis easy. Business Analytics has emerged as important area using quantitative techniques in the design of business strategies. India has developed as an important Knowledge Processing Hub in business analytics for major financial and marketing and consultancy institutions across the world



In view of this, the Central University of Rajasthan offers M.A. program in Economics with two objectives. One is to equip the students with theories and tools of economic analysis in major areas of its application. The second objective is to focus on the emerging area of Environmental Economics.



4 Semesters (2 years)

6 Courses, four credits each semester: 4 core and 2 electives in Semesters II and III. A candidate has the option of choosing 1 elective course from any other discipline relevant to the study of this course instead of 2 electives from the electives provided in MAE. In the course of two years only two electives can be opted from other disciplines.

Candidates also have the option of opting for half a course from the electives as a supportive course from any other discipline. This is also applicable to 2 candidates from other disciplines where MAE is concerned. Total number of credits to be earned through the two years is 96 credits.


Candidates with 50% marks in the qualifying examination (graduation or its equivalent as credited by the University) are eligible for appearing for the Entrance Examinations. 5% concession is applicable to reserved categories in the eligibility norms.


Through an Entrance Examination conducted on an all-India basis, in accordance with the syllabus specified. 20% weightage is given for pre-admission interview. 


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