It is new department of the university, the department offers opportunities which develop professional and intellectual competitiveness of students with the aim to train them in theory, practice, law, and ethics, from a multi-disciplinary perspective. The rigorous training range from grass root level of economics like micro and macro-economics to specialized courses like econometric modelling, health economics, and environmental economics. The SWOC analysis of the department is as follows:
1.Excellent organization and management.
2. Upliftment of socio economically weaker students
3. Participation of the students in inter -department competition
4. Students’ hard-working nature.
5. Placements cell for students
6. Concentration on both knowledge acquisition and employment capabilities of students.
7. Participation of teachers in academic and personal counseling of students.
8. Modern teaching methods in practice other than the lecture method.
2. Limitation to conduct extension programmes.
3. Senior Faculty.
4. Inadequate Industry links.
1. To design short courses for working professionals
2. Invite eminent academicians for guest lectures/seminars/workshops.
3. To have more exchange programmes with universities abroad
4. To incorporate industry requirements in to the syllabus.
1. To increase enrollment of more students in the subject
2. To constantly upgrade the syllabi for dynamic subjects like Indian economy, International Economics, and Development economics.
3. Incorporating Community base programme.
Future Plans for the department:
(a) Organizing state and national level seminars.
(b) Organizing National Level Competitions.
(c) Conducting more guest lecturers inviting expertise from the market.
(d) Giving students experience of small research projects and papers.
(e) To develop research facilities.