B. A. (Bachelor of Arts) EPE (Economics, Psychology, Optional English)

Study of Economics is concerned with the efficient use of scarce resources to maximize the welfare of the people. A sound knowledge of economic theories and concepts is very important for prescribing suitable policy initiatives to tackle macro economic problems like poverty, unemployment, regional imbalance, inequitable distribution of income and wealth, turbulence in the commodity, money and currency markets etc.

Psychology introduces the students to various psychological processes with a view to developing a holistic outlook towards life and prepares them for a great career ahead. The programme offers papers from different disciplines of psychology along with laboratory and field experience, elementary statistics and research. The major objective of the course is to impart core knowledge in primary disciplines of psychology and its relevance in the current context.

The three-year English Literature course, also known as Optional English, offers students an opportunity to understand the literary, cultural and social dynamism of England's varied past, European and Non-European writing and integrates Indian writing in English facilitating a transcendence of linguistic nativism.

  • Eligibility: 10+2 / Pre-University Course/Equivalent (During admissions, the College fixes minimum cut off marks from the qualifying examination).

Curriculum

Semester Paper No. Title of the Paper
I 1.1 Language
I 1.2 English
I 1.3 Business Economics
I 1.4 British Literature from Chancer to Johnson
I 1.5 Psychology: Basic Psychological Processes - I & Practical
I 1.6 Environment and Public Health
I 1.7 CC & EC
II 2.1 Languages
II 2.2 English
II 2.3 Managerial Economics
II 2.4 British Literature- The Romantic Age
II 2.5 Psychology: Basic Psychological Processes – II & Practical
II 2.6 Indian Constitutions and Human Rights
II 2.7 CC & EC
III 3.1 Languages
III 3.2 English
III 3.3 Economics of Infrastructure or Monetary Economics
III 3.4 Op. English: British Literature and Language III
III 3.5 Psychology: Child Psychology / Developmental Psych -I & Practical
III 3.6 Science and Society
III 3.7 CC & EC
IV 4.1 Languages
IV 4.2 English
IV 4.3 International Business Environment/ Public Economics
IV 4.4 Op. English: American Literature & Languages
IV 4.5 Psychology: Child Psychology/Developmental Psych-II & Practical
IV 4.6 Skill Development Course
IV 4.7 CC & EC
V 5.1 Corporate Economics
V 5.2 Optional Paper- Economics
V 5.3 Op. English: Indian Writing in English - I
V 5.4 Op. English: World Literature - I
V 5.5 Psychology: Elective A – I & Practical
V 5.6 Psychology: Elective B - I & Practical
VI 6.1 Economics of Human Resource Management
VI 6.2 Optional Paper: Economics
VI 6.3 Op. English: Indian Writing in English - II
VI 6.4 Op. English: World Literature - II
VI 6.5 Psychology: Elective A - II & Practical
VI 6.6 Psychology: Elective B - II & Practical