Surya Sen Colony, Block B, Siliguri
Dist.: Jalpaiguri, West Bengal (India)-734004
Email: suryasen@suryasencollege.org.in
Phone : +91 353-2691488, +91 94763 87939

SURYA SEN MAHAVIDYALAYA

Govt. Aided College & Recognized by UGC u/s 2(f) &1 2(b) :: Established in: 1998
NAAC ACCREDITED  ::   ISO 9001:2115 & ISO 21001:2018 CERTIFIED
Masterda Surya Sen

Indian revolutionary
and School Teacher

22 Mar1894 - 12 Jan 1934

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS


FOUR YEAR UNDER GRADUATE PROPGRAM (FYUGP)

PROGRAM NAME: B.A. ECONOMICS (MAJOR)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • Understanding the impact of economic dynamics on environment and to determine the need for sustainable development, to evaluate the sustainable performance level of an economy.
  • To function efficiently as an individual and as a team to share and shoulder responsibilities.
  • Acquaint with collection, organization, tabulation and analysis of empirical data. Ability to use basic mathematical and statistical tools to solve real economic problems. 

COURSE OUTCOMES

SEM 1

Introductory Microecoomics (UECOMAJ1101):

  • Fundamentals of microeconomic theory – Learn about individual decision making as a consumer and firm.
  • Working of the market - demand and supply, market and adjustments, market sensitivity, Elasticity concepts and government intervention. 

Tourism And Entrepreneurship (UECOSEC1101 – Skill Enhancement Course):

  • The subject-matter of statistics- scope and basic concepts of population, sample variable attribute.
  • Collection, tabulation and representation of statistical data,frequency Distribution and associated concepts. 

Statistical Survey (UECOSEC1101 – Multi-disciplinary Course):

  • Understand measures of central tendency, partition values.
  • Understand measures of dispersion – absolute and relative, Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient.

SEM 2

Basic Statistics (UECOMAJ12002):

  • The subject-matter of statistics- scope and basic concepts of population, sample variable attribute.
  • Collection, tabulation and representation of statistical data,frequency Distribution and associated concepts.

Basic Computer Applications In Economics (UECOSEC12002 – Skill Enhancement Course):

  • To become familiar with basic knowledge on computer.
  • To become familiar with a different software like MS word, Powerpoint and Microsoft Excel. 

Travel And Tourism Management (TTMMDC002 – Multi-disciplinary Course):

  • Understand measures of central tendency, partition values.
  • Understand measures of dispersion – absolute and relative, Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient.

 

PROGRAM NAME: B.A. ECONOMICS (MINOR)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • An ability to understand economic theories and functioning of basic microeconomic and macroeconomic systems.
  • To analyse the economic situations critically and provide suggestions, checking the validity and accuracy using effective tools.
  • Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context socio-technological changes.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES

SEM 2

Essentials of Economics (UECOMIN10001):

  • Understand the fundamentals of microeconomics necessary for advanced microeconomic analysis.
  • Get introduced to the framework for learning about consumer behaviour and analyzing consumer decisions.

 

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

PROGRAM NAME: B.A. ECONOMICS (HONOURS)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • An understanding about research methodology for identifying, formulating and analysing complex economic problems to substantiate and conclude by applying the knowledge of statistics and econometrics.
  • Ability to demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity-centered national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issue and participate in civic life through volunteering.
  • Ability to elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help reach conclusions in group settings.
  • Economic principles are applied to valuation of environmental quality, quantification of environmental damages, tools for evaluation of environmental projects such as cost-benefit analysis and environmental impact assessments.
  • Apply knowledge of economics for team building and create entrepreneurial initiatives for livelihood and social development.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES

SEM 3

 Intermediate Micro Economics (DSC305 –Theory)

  • Understand different forms of market imperfections and market failures observed in real life situations.
  • Understand production is distributed among the different factors of production and the demand for inputs

 Intermediate Macro Economics (DSC306 – Theory):

  • Understand the basic elements of consumer theory and producer theory
  • Understand the concepts of production and costs. 

Statistical Methods for Economics-I (DSC307 – Theory):

  • Able to use statistical techniques for quantitative, data-based problems, analysis and inference.
  • Understand the concept of random variables and discrete and continuous distributions of random variables.

Basic Computer Application (SEC1 – Theory):

  • To become familiar with basic knowledge on computer.
  • To become familiar with a different software like MS word, Powerpoint and Microsoft Excel.

 

SEM 4

Intermediate Micro Economics-II (DSC408 – Theory):

  • Understand the microeconomic analysis at the intermediate-level.
  • Understand the usage of mathematical techniques in solving micro-economic problems wherever appropriate

Intermediate Macro Economics-II (DSC9 – Theory):

  • Evaluate important macroeconomic policies and their implications.
  • Understand fiscal and monetary policies along with commodity, assets and labour markets

Statistics and Econometrics (DSC10 – Theory):

  • Understand use of econometrics in research.
  • Understand the use of probability and statistical inference in higher studies.

Tourism Management (SEC404 – Theory):

  • Understand the concept of tourism, basic about tourism industry.
  • Access and appropriately disseminate accurate and detailed product knowledge and destination information about different types of tourist

 

SEM 5

Indian Economy (DSC511 – Theory):

  • Understand the key issues related to the Indian economy.
  • Understand major policy debates especially in the Indian context.

Development Economics (DSC512 – Theory):

  • . Understand the basics of development economics.
  • Understand the causes and measures of poverty, inequalities and unemployment.

Economic History of India 1847-1947 (DSE702 – Theory)

  • The students develop and enhance critical analytical skills of Indian growth and development trajectories.
  • It further exposes the students to understand the intricacies of India’s economic, political and social developments in the past that may have relevance in the present times.

Topics in Public Economics (DSE704 – Theory)

  • Understanding of the economic concepts of public finances.
  • Able to use diagrammatic analysis to demonstrate and compare the economic welfare effects of various governments policy options.

  

SEM 6

International Economics (DSC613 – Theory):

  • Understand the main theoretical and empirical concepts in international trade.
  • Understand the main issues in trade policy and basic features of the international trading regime. 

Public Economics (DSC614 – Theory):

  • Understand the main theoretical and empirical concepts in public economics.
  • Understand and solve simple algebraic problems based on issues in public economics. 

Topics in International Economics (DSE706 – Theory):

  • Understand the diagrammatic analysis to demonstrate and compare the economic welfare effects of free trade and protection.
  • Understand and solve algebraic problems based on international trade. 

Dissertation (DSE708 – Project):

  • This gives us the practical experience of conducting survey.
  • Dissertation taught us how to write research paper.

 

CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS)

PROGRAM NAME: B.A. ECONOMICS (PROGRAM)

PROGRAM OUTCOME

  • To imbibe strong foundation of economics in students.
  • To update students with statistical tools that aid in economic theory.
  • To teach/strengthen students’ concepts related to Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.
  • To promote application-oriented pedagogy by exposing students to real world data.
  • To prepare students for projects which form them for jobs.

 

COURSE OUTCOMES

SEM 3

Development Economics (DSCP3 – Theory):

  • Understand the basics of development economics.
  • Understand the causes and measures of poverty, inequalities and unemployment.

.Basic Computer Application (SEC1P1 – Theory):

  • To become familiar with basic knowledge on computer.
  • To become familiar with a different software like MS word, PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel.

 

SEM 4

Elementary Statistics (DSCP4 – Theory):

  • Able to use statistical techniques for quantitative, data-based problems, analysis and inference.
  • Understand the concept of random variables and discrete and continuous distributions of random variables. 

Tourism Management (SEC1P2 – Theory):

  • Understand the concept of tourism, basic about tourism industry.
  • Access and appropriately disseminate accurate and detailed product knowledge and destination information about different types of tourist.

 

SEM 5

Indian Economy-I (DSEP1 – Theory):

  • Understand the key issues related to the Indian economy.
  • Understand major policy debates especially in the Indian context

Basic Computer Application (SEC2P1 – Theory):

  • To become familiar with basic knowledge on computer.
  • To become familiar with a different software like MS word, PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel

SEM 6

Indian Economy-II (DSEP2 – Theory):

  • Able to understand the role of economic policies in shaping and improving economic performance in manufacturing.
  • Able to understand the role of economic policies in shaping and improving economic performance in services. 

 Tourism Management (SEC2P2 – Theory):

  • Understand the concept of tourism, basic about tourism industry.
  • Access and appropriately disseminate accurate and detailed product knowledge and destination information about different types of tourist.
SURYA SEN MAHAVIDYALAYA
Affiliated under NBU


Block B, Surya Sen Colony
P.O. : Siliguri Town Dist. : Jalpaiguri,
West Bengal (INDIA), Pin : 734004
Phone (Office): +91 353-2691488
Phone (Helpline): +91 94763 87939
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