Course Start Date
01 Aug 2020
Course End Date
31 July 2023
Last Date to Apply
25 Jul 2020
Programme Fee (Yearly)
Rs. 3.5 Lacs
The three-year fully residential B.A. (Hons.) Economics degree programme provides theoretical and practical knowledge that allows students to focus on worldwide issues related to economics and business, to help develop the student’s analytical and problem solving skills. A graduate of the programme would be able to understand the relation between economy and society; evaluate economic problems from a global perspective while taking a local approach to solving them. The programme will encourage students to make critical connections between different components of an economic system
Applicants to the B.A. (Hons.) Economics at JSGP must have successfully passed the examination at the 10+2 level of schooling or its equivalent with minimum 60% aggregate marks. Students completing grade 12th in 2020 can also apply. Candidates will be selected through a holistic admissions process conducted over three rounds based on a persona statement, supplemental question, X and XII Grade Marks, Faculty Interview and at par JSAT/SAT/ACT score.
The three year full-time, residential programme will commence in first week of August. Students are required to successfully complete 85 credits spread over six semesters, write a term paper and undertake at least two internships.
The BA Honours Economics program aims at developing among students a sound theoretical understanding of the subject along with practical applications. The idea is to encourage broad based understanding with greater depth in areas of particular interest to students. Studying economics today opens up several possibilities for the future, and the idea is to guide students select their own trajectory in career advancement. For instance graduates typically will be suited for investment banks , asset management firms , management consultancy firms, banking and financial services, trading desks, tax and advisory firms, economic consultancy firms, policy think tanks.