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B.A (ECO)

Introduction to Programme

The Bachelor of Arts is one of the traditional course. Students are given a wide range of Subjects to choose. B.A. degree equips the students to register for any specialised programme that would give them a competitive edge over others.

Objectives

  • To make learners understand the basic concepts of Economics.
  • To generate awareness amongest learners about changing enviornment in Economics.
  • To organize field visits, surveys etc. to understand the basic theories of Economics in Practical.
  • To motivate and inspire to undertake projects on various Economic issues of local areas.
  • To enhance knowledge of the faculty by motivating them to participate in seminars, workshops, conference, symposia etc.
  • To attain verstility in application skills and tools to understand the issues in Economics.

Three Year Bachelor of Arts Degree Course (B. A.) MARATHI MEDIUM

A) First Year Bachelor of Arts (F. Y. B. A.) - Six Papers

Eligibility

a) Semester I

A candidate for being eligible for admission to the three year integrated course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Mumbai or an examination recongnized as equivalent with subjects as may be specified by the University in Arts, Science or Commerce streams.

Learners passing an examination equivalent to SYJC of the Higher Secondary Board, Mumbai Intermediate (Arts/Science/Commerce) from other states and immigrating from other University / Board and Seeking admission to the First year of the Three year integrated Degree course will be admitted only on production of provisional eligibility certificates issued by the university of Mumbai, such students should submit a Migration Certificate, Statement of Marks and Passing Certificate in original along with true copies within two months from the date of admission, failing which their admssion is liable to be cancelled.

b) Semester II

A learner is eligible to be admitted to II semester irrespective of number of leads of failure in the Semester I.

Course Contents:

Semester I (Six Courses)

Semester II (Six Courses)

Compulsory Courses:

Compulsory Courses:

1.1. 1. Foundation Course

1.2.1. Foundation Course

1.1.2.  Communication Skills in English

1.2.2. Communication Skills in English

1.1.3. Language – Marathi

1.2.3. Language - Marathi

Optional Subjects: (Any one of the following groups)

Code No.

Group

001

Economics

Psychology

Geography

002

Economics

Pol. Science

Marathi

003

Economics

Pol. Science

Geography

004

Economics

Psychology

Marathi

005

History

Pol. Science

Marathi

006

History

Psychology

Marathi

007

History

Psychology

Geography

008

History

Pol. Science

Geography

Note: 

i) The subject combinations will be given on merit basis.

ii) Changed of courses at semester II is not permitted.

B) Second Year Bachelor of Arts (S. Y. B. A.) Eight Papers

Eligibility

a) Semester III

A learner being eligible for the admissions to the Semester III must have either Passed in all the courses in Semester I and Semester II examinations.

OR

Should have failed in not more than four courses at Semester I and Semester II examinations taken together, wiht not more than two courses each at Semester I and Semester II examinations.

b) Semester IV

A learner shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester IV irrespective of number of heads of failure in Semester III. However, the learner shall pass each course of Semester I and Semester II in order to appear for Semester IV.

Course Contents

Semester III (Eight Courses)

Semester IV (Eight Courses)

Compulsory Courses:

Compulsory Courses:

2.3.1. Foundation Course

2.4.1.  Foundation Course

2.3.2. Applied Component:

Demography

Or

Business Communication

2.4.2.  Applied Component:

Demography

Or

Business Communication

Optional Courses:

Optional Courses:

2.3.3. Two paper of each of Three Optional

To

2.3.8.  Courses selected in the Semester I

2.4.3. Two paper of each of Three   Optional

To

2.4.8. Courses selected in the Semester I

NOTE: Change of courses at Semester III and IV is not permitted.

Course FYBA Contents:

Sem I (Complete Name of Subject)

Sem II (Complete Name of Subject)

1

UAFC1C1

Foundation Course

02

1

UAFC2C1

Foundation Course

02

2

UACS1C1

Communication Skill

02

2

UACS2C1

Communication Skill

02

3

UAMAR1C1

Marathi Compulsory

02

3

UAMAR2C1

Marathi Compulsory

02

4

UAECO101

Economics- I

03

4

UAECO201

Economics-I

03

5

UAPOL101

Political Science- I

03

5

UAPOL201

Political Science- I

03

6

UAGEO101

Geography – I

03

6

UAGEO201

Geography – I

03

7

UAHIS101

History – I

03

7

UAHIS201

History – I

03

8

UAPSY101

Psychology – I

03

8

UAPSY201

Psychology – I

03

9

UAMAR101

Marathi Literature– I

03

9

UAMAR201

Marathi Literature – I

03

 Course SYBA Contents:

Sem III (Complete Name of Subject)

Sem IV (Complete Name of Subject)

1

UAFC3C2

Foundation Course II

02

1

UAFC4C2

Foundation Course II

02

2

UAECO302

Economics II

03

2

UAECO402

Economics II

03

3

UAECO303

Economics III

03

3

UAECO403

Economics III

03

4

UAPOL302

Political Science- II

03

4

UAPOL402

Political Science- II

03

5

UAPOL303

Political Science- III

03

5

UAPOL403

Political Science- III

03

6

UAGEO302

Geography – II

03

6

UAGEO402

Geography – II

03

7

UAGEO303

Geography – III

03

7

UAGEO403

Geography – III

03

8

UAHIS302

History – II

03

8

UAHIS402

History – II

03

9

UAHIS303

History – III

03

9

UAHIS403

History – III

03

10

UAPSY302

Psychology – II

03

10

UAPSY402

Psychology – II

03

11

UAPSY303

Psychology – III

03

11

UAPSY403

Psychology – III

03

12

UAMAR302

Marathi – II

03

12

UAMAR402

Marathi – II

03

13

UAMAR303

Marathi – III

03

13

UAMAR403

Marathi – III

03

14

UABC301

Business Communication

02

14

UABC401

Business Communication

02

15

UADEM301

Demography

02

15

UADEM401

Demography

02

Third Year Bachelor of Arts (T. Y. B. A.) Six Papers

(A student must offer a total number of 6 papers (600 marks))

Note: At T. Y. level we have limited seats, so admissions to the specialised subjects shall be on the basis of merit and final right of admission is reserved by the principal.

T. Y. B. A. Economics - Six Courses

Eligibility

a) Semester V

A learner being eligible for the admission to the T. Y. B. A. Economics Semester V must have either

1. Passed in all the courses in Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV examination. 

or

Passed Semester I and Semester II examinations but failed in not more than four courses at Semester III and Semester IV examinations taken together, with not more than two courses each at Semester III and Semester IV examinations.

or

Passed Semester III and Semester IV examinations but failed in not more than four courses at Semester I and Semester II examinations taken together, with not more than two courses each at Semester I and Semester II examinations.

and

Must have opted for the concerned subject/s (eg. Economics) as an optional subject at Semester I, Semester II, Semester III and Semester IV Examinations.

b) Semester VI

A learner shall be allowed to keep term and appear for Semester VI end examination irrespective of number of heads of failure in the Semester V. The result of Semester VI shall be kept in abeyance until the learner passes each of Semester I, Semester II, Semester III, Semester IV.

Course Contents:

Semester V

Course Code

Paper No

Title of the Course

Credit

ECOAME501

VII

Advanced Microeconomics – III

4

ECOGAD502

VIII

Economics of Growth and Development

4

ECORMB503

IX

Economics of Agriculture and Co-operation – I

4

ECORMA504

X

Research Methodology – I

4

ECOEEA505

XI

Environmental Economics – I

4

ECOHETB506

XII

History of Economic Thoughts – I

4

Semester VI

Course Code

Paper No

Title of the Course

Credit

ECOAME601

XIII

Advanced Macroeconomics – III

4

ECOIE602

XIV

International Economics

4

ECOACB603

XV

Economics of Agriculture and Co-operation – II

4

ECORMA604

XVI

Research Methodology – II

4

ECOEEA605

XVII

Environmental Economics – II

4

ECOHETB506

XVIII

History of Economic Thoughts – II

4