Economics

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Economics | |
|Sr. No. |Core Areas |Percentage | |1. |Micro-Economics |15% | |2. |Marco-Economics |15% | |3. |Econometrics |10% | |4. |International Trade Theory and Finance |10% | |5. |Development Economics Theory and Policy |10% | |6. |Quantitative Economics |4% | |7. |Monitory Theory and Policy |4% | |8. |Fiscal Policy/Public Finance |4% | |9. |Major Issues in Economics |4% | |10. |Islamic Economics |4% | |11. |Agricultural/Resource Economics |4% | |12. |Research Methodology |4% | |13. |Project Planning Monitoring and Evaluation |4% | |14. |Environmental Economics |4% | |15. |Public Policy & Governance |4% | | |Total |100% |

|Economics (Detailed) | |Sr. No. |Core Areas |Percentage | |1. | |15% | | |MICRO-ECONOMICS: | | | | | | | |Consumer, firm, production and market theory and their applications. Classical methodology | | | |pertaining to models of Consumer Behavior, Firms’ decision making, Perfect and Imperfect Production | | | |and Market Structure, General equilibrium analysis, uncertainty, risk analysis, Game theory, and | | | |Welfare Economics. | | |2. | |15% | | |MARCO-ECONOMICS: |...
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