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7-Month MA Economics Entrance Coaching Program

 

Target Audience: Students seeking admission to MA Economics programs via CUET exams


Focus Areas: Basics of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Mathematics, and Statistics Updated lectures on Indian Economy and Development Economics

 

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Course Features

24*7 Student Portal Access

Updated Lectures on Indian Economy

Unlimited Doubt Sessions

Access till the date of the exam

Special CUET Course 2025

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CUET Course Syllabus

Micro Economics

 
– Consumer Theory or Behavior:
– Demand Analysis
– Utility and Indifference Curve
– Revealed Preference Theory
– Consumer Surplus
 
– Production Theory:
– Production Function and its Types
– Law of Variable Proportions
– Returns to Scale
– Cost Function and its Types
 
– Price and Output Determination in Market:
– Perfect Competition
– Imperfect Competition: Monopoly, Price Discrimination, Monopolistic Competition, Duopoly, and Oligopoly Models
– General Equilibrium, Efficiency, and Welfare Economics
– Externality
 

Macro Economics

 
– National Income Accounting
– Income and Output Determination:
– Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
– Effective Demand Principle
– Classical and Keynesian Theory
 
– Money and Inflation:
– Demand and Supply of Money
– Money Multiplier and High-Powered Money
– Credit Creation
– Role of Reserve Bank of India and Commercial Banks
– Quantitative Theories of Money
– Philip’s Curve
– Monetary and Fiscal Policy of India and its Role
 
– Consumption and Investment Function:
– Permanent, Relative, and Life Cycle Hypothesis
– Determinants of Business Fixed Investment
– Residential Investment and Inventory Investment
– Multiplier and Accelerator
 
– Open Economy Models:
– Mundell and Fleming Model (IS, LM, and BP Curve)
– Balance of Payments
– Exchange Rate Determination
– Purchasing Power Parity
 
– Economic Growth:
– Harrod-Domra Model
– Solow Model
 

Statistical Methods in Economics

 
– Descriptive Statistics:
– Mean, Mode, Median
– Dispersion: Range, Quartile Deviation, Average Deviation, Standard Deviation
– Skewness
 
– Correlation and Regression:
– Simple Regression Model
– Probability Distribution
– Sampling
 

Mathematical Methods in Economics

 
– Basic Concepts:
– Sets and Vectors
– Functions of One and Several Real Variables
– Single and Multi-variable Optimization
– Integration of Functions
– Difference Equations
 
– Linear Algebra and Calculus:
– Determinants and Matrices
– Linear Programming
– Probability
– Differential Equations
 

Indian Economy

 
– Overview of Colonial Economy:
– Macro Trends: National Income, Population, Occupational Structure
– Agriculture: Agrarian Structure, Land Relations, Agricultural Markets, Performance and Productivity Trends, Famines
– Railways and Industry: Evolution of Entrepreneurial and Industrial Structure, De-industrialization Debate, Constraints to Industrial Breakthrough, Labor Relations
– Economy and State in the Imperial Context: Imperial Priorities, Economic Policies, Fiscal Policies, International Trade, and Capital Flows
 
– New Economic Policy:
– Public Economics: Public and Private Goods, Externalities, Budget, Deficits, Public Debt, Fiscal Federalism in India
– Taxation: Economic Effects, Deadweight Loss, Distortion, Efficiency, Equity Considerations, Tax Incidence, Optimal Taxation
– International Trade Theories: Adam Smith, Ricardo, Heckscher-Ohlin Model, New Trade Theories

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