Department Of Economic

Programme Outcomes of BA (PO):

At the end of the Program, students will be able to:

  • POs 1: Basic knowledge: apply and analyze the knowledge of languages and social sciences.
  • POs 2: Problem Analysis: Identify, study of literature, understand terms and particular concepts. Identify, formulate and analyze complex ideas in the social sciences.
  • POs 3: Critical Thinking: Identify the assumptions, checking out the degree to which assumptions are accurate and valid looking out the correct perspectives.
  • POs 4: Effective communication: Apply the basic knowledge to listen, speak, read and write clearly to understand English knowledge.
  • POs 5: Modern tool usage: To understand and analyzed the knowledge of ICT in communications.
  • POs 6: Ethics and values: Apply the ethical principles and understand the responsibilities of the societies.
  • POs 7: Communications: To communicate effectively in the society such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documents for making effective presentation and exchange clear information.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs).

The principal aims of objectives of the BA Economics programme are:

  • PSOs 1: To provide students a well-founded education in Economics;
  • PSOs 2: To provide structured curricula which support the academic development of Students.
  • PSOs 3: To provide and adapt curricula that prepare our graduates for employment and further study as economists;
  • PSOs 4: To provide the students with the opportunity to pursue courses that emphasize quantitative and theoretical aspects of Economics;
  • PSOs 5: To provide students with the opportunity to focus on applied and policyissues in Economics;
  • PSOs 6: To provide programmers that allow the students to choose from a wide rangeof economic specialization;
  • PSOs 7: To provide a well-resourced learning environment for Economics.

Programme Outcomes of MA (PO):

At the end of the Program, students will be able to:

  • POs 1: Basic knowledge: apply and analyze the knowledge of languages and social sciences.
  • POs 2: Problem Analysis: Identify, study of literature, understand terms and particular concepts. Identify, formulate and analyze complex ideas in the social sciences.
  • POs 3: Understand, identify and analyzed the knowledge such as, code of conduct of society, manners, cultural issues, political issues, economical, historical and geographical etc.
  • POs 4: Critical Thinking: Identify the assumptions, checking out the degree to which assumptions are accurate and valid looking out the correct perspectives.
  • POs 5: Effective communication: Apply the basic knowledge to listen, speak, read and write clearly to understand English knowledge.
  • POs 6: Modern tool usage: To understand and analyzed the knowledge of ICT in communications.
  • POs 7: Ethics and values: Apply the ethical principles and understand the responsibilities of the societies.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs).

At the completion of M.A. in Economics the students are able to:

  • PSOs 1: P.G. students understand the important concepts of economics with applied study.
  • PSOs 2: Field visits and survey help to understand the basic theories of economics in practical world
  • PSOs 3: This programme motivates and inspires students to undertake projects on various economic issues of local area through personal interaction.
  • PSOs 4: This programme also generates awareness amongst students about changing Environment in economics.
  • PSOs 5: The ability to analyze historical and current events from an economic perspective. To create students ability to suggest of the various economic problems.
  • PSOs 6: The ability to write clearly expressing an economic point of view.
  • PSOs 7: Be exposed to alternative approaches to economic problems through exposure to coursework of allied fields.

Vision:

  • To develop the department as a center for studies in material science and technology

Mission

  • To pursue academic excellence through technology for the overall development of the students to meet the global requirements.
Economic Department

Prof. Mr. Waman S.B.

  • Designation : Vice Principal (Arts/Commerce)

  • Qualification : M.A., B.Ed.

  • Experience :30 Years

  • Email : sbwrayat@gmail.com

  • Mobile No : 9011279548

Prof. Dr. Desai V. R.

  • Designation : Assi. Prof.

  • Qualification : M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET, GDC&A.

  • Experience :9 Years

  • Email : desaivijay12@gmail.com

  • Mobile No : 8308929356

Prof. Dr. Lamdade B.B.

  • Designation : Assi. Prof.

  • Qualification : M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET.

  • Experience :10 Years

  • Email : bblamdade@gmail.com

  • Mobile No : 8275376070

Prof. Mr. Gholap K. S.

  • Designation : Assi. Prof.

  • Qualification : M.A., M.Phil., NET-JRF, SET, Ph.D.(Pursuing)

  • Experience :02 Years

  • Email : gs.kiran2010@gmail.com

  • Mobile No : 9372781737

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Name Of Department Economic
B.A. Course: Establishment 1975-76
M.A. Course: Establishment 2010-11
Level of teaching: UG & PG both
Success Rate of Students 61.5%
Number of Books in Department Library Nil
Number Of Computer 1
# Course Eligibility Period Type
1 B.A. H.S.C 3 Years Academic
2 M.A. H.S.C 2 Years Academic
# Class No.Of Students
1 F.Y.B.A. 56
2 S.Y.B.A. 50
3 T.Y.B.A. 45
# Name Placement Designation
1 Sachin Pingale TATA Manager
Teaching Pedagogies:
  • Lecture / Note
  • ICT Based Teaching
  • PPT Presentation
  • Study Project
  • Groups Discussion
  • Classroom Seminar
  • Role-play
  • Question-Answer Session
  • Problems Solving
  • Workshop/Seminar
Co-Curricular Activities:
  • Quiz Competition
  • Bank Visit
  • Poster Presentation
  • Departmental Library
Extra Curricular Activities:
  • Students Research Project
  • Students (Hand written) Booklet on Indian Budget 2019-20
Extension & Other Activities:
  • Nill
Programs:
  • Nill
Researches:
  • Research Guides-Nil
  • No. of Research Projects- 02
  • Total No. Of Research Papers Published-12
  • Book Published-01

Quiz Competition


Bank Visit


Poster Presentation