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24th November 2014, 04:11 PM
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Re: Admission for BA economics in Delhi school of economics

Delhi School of Economics was established in 1949 it is one of India’s premier institutes of higher learning.

Course duration
3 years

Eligibility
Candidate must have passed Senior Secondary School Examination (10 +2) from recognized board.

Aspirants Must have secured an aggregate of at least 60% marks in his/her XII class examination (55% for SC, ST, CW and PC categories) in four papers including English and Mathematics.

Selection process
Written Joint Entrance Test
Quantitative Ability (Based on Mathematics up to class XII or its equivalent).
Reasoning and Analytical Ability
General English.
Business and General Awareness

(A program syllabus)
A meeting of teachers teaching B.A. Programme (Economics) was held on January 13, 2012
at Department of Economics, Delhi School Economics with Professor S.C. Panda as the
Chair. The following attended the meeting.
1. Namita Mathur, I.P. College
2. Priti Agarwal, I.P. College
3. Shailender Kumar, Moti Lal Nehru (Evening) College
4. Neelam J. Malhotra, L.S.R.
5. Sangeeta Meena, Mata Sundri College
6. Archana Gupta, Mata Sundri College
7. Gaurav Jha, Hindu College
8. Bishnu C Nag, Moti Lal Nehru (Evening) College
9. Manjula Singh, St. Stephen’s College
The detailed chapter-wise reading for the 2nd semester Microeconomics course was agreed
upon and is appended below.
Course 02: Principles of Micro Economics II
Course Description
This is a sequel to Principles of Microeconomics - I covered in the first semester. The objective of this
course is the same as in Principles of Microeconomics - I.
1. Market Structures
a. Theory of a Monopoly Firm Reading: Ch.13
Concept of imperfect competition, Short run and long run price and output decisions of a
monopoly firm, Concept of a supply curve under monopoly, comparison of perfect
competition and monopoly, social cost of monopoly, price discrimination; remedies for
monopoly: Antitrust Laws, Natural monopoly ( In anti trust laws, only the concept is to be
covered, the examples of United States need not be done).
b. Imperfect Competition Reading: Ch. 14
Monopolistic Competition: Assumptions, Short run and long run price and output
determination under Monopolistic competition, economic efficiency and resource allocation;
Oligopoly: assumptions, oligopoly models, game Theory, contestable markets, role of
government.
2 .Consumer and Producer Theory
a. Markets and market Failure Reading: Ch. 12
Market adjustment to changes in demand, efficiency of perfect competition, allocative
efficiency and perfect competition, sources of market failure: imperfect markets, public
goods, externalities, imperfect information; evaluating the market mechanism.
b. Consumer and Producer Theory in Action Reading: Ch. 15
Externalities, marginal cost pricing, internalizing externalities, Public goods, Imperfect
Information: adverse selection, moral hazard, social Choice, government inefficiency.
3. Income distribution and Factor pricing Reading: Ch. 10
Input markets: demand for inputs; labour markets, land markets, profit maximisation
condition in input markets, input demand curves, distribution of Income.
4. International Trade Reading: Ch. 33
Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage, Terms of Trade, sources of comparative
advantage, Trade barriers, Free Trade/ Protectionism.
Readings:
Case, Karl E. & Ray C. Fair, Principles of Economics, Pearson Education, Inc., 8th edition, 2007.
Internal Assessment: There will be two class tests of 10 marks each and 5 marks for
attendance.
End Semester Exam: Students will be required to answer 5 questions out of 8. There will be
at least one question from each of the chapters of the reading list. One question should cover
various parts of the course through short notes.
Prof. S.C. Panda




Contact detail:
Delhi School of Economics
University of Delhi
Delhi 110007, India

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21st March 2015, 02:39 PM
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Re: Admission for BA economics in Delhi school of economics

Hello sir I want to take admission in Delhi school of economics. Will you please provide me the admission details?
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21st March 2015, 03:28 PM
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Re: Admission for BA economics in Delhi school of economics

As per your request these are the following details:

Eligibility Criteria:

You should have passed Senior Secondary School Examination (10 +2) from recognized board .

You should have secured an aggregate of at least 60% marks in your XII class examination (55% for SC, ST, CW and PC categories) in four papers including : English and Mathematics.

Selection process:

I. Written Joint Entrance Test

The following areas have been included in the entrance examination :

• Quantitative Ability (Based on Mathematics upto class XII or its equivalent).
• Reasoning and Analytical Ability.
• General English.
• Business and General Awareness.

For more detailed information go to the official website of the college.

BASED ON ENTRANCE TEST ,YOU WOULD BE CALLED FOR INTERVIEW.

Contact:
Department of Economics
Delhi School of Economics
University of Delhi
Delhi 110007, India

School Office
(011) 2700 8132 (Direct)
(011) 2766 7540, (011) 2766 7725 Ext. 1531

Department Office
(011) 2700 8130 (Direct)
(011) 2766 7725 Ext. 1535

Fax: +91-11-2766 7159
E-mail:dept@econdse.org


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