About Department

History & Evolution of Department:

The department of Economics has been functioning since inception of the college during the year 1951. Initially the department was started with four faculty members and 26 students. The department was lead by Sri. K. Prasasada Rao, I.A.A.S (Indian Administrative and accounts Services), as Asst.Lecturer and Head of the Department of Economics and the remaining three also Asst. Lecturers. The medium of instruction was English. It is a matter of pride that some of the members of the faculty are very famous, as they had served in the capacity of the faculty and also rose to eminence as Principals, particularly, sri. V. Habibullah, M.A.L.T., Dr. R. Anand Rao, M.A, PhD, served as principals and brought laurels to the institution.

 

INITIAL STATUS OF THE DEPARTMENT

Asst.Lecturer and head 1 post
Assistant Lecturers 3 posts
Tutor 1 post
Students strength 26
Department Separate department

Telugu medium was introduced during the year 1971. Consequently, the strength was increased from 30 to 60. There was abnormal demand for admission into B.A. courses as it is the lead college of the district, situated in headquarters with hostel facilities separately for S.C and general students. In the latter years, due to pressure from the student organizations, parents and people’s representatives, the strength is increased by introducing T E P and admitting girls.

 

 

Vision:

The vision of the Department is to provide our students a strong academic foundation in economic theory and encourage them to apply their knowledge to analyze economic issues and policies

 

Mission:

  1. To maintain high quality standards in teaching and learning
  2. To encourage research and extension activities
  3. To motivate students to develop the spirit of enterprise


Objectives of Department:

The Department of Economics aims to contribute and work with a sense of commitment towards educational and social advancement of students. Hence the Department tries to

  • Prepare students for employment in industry,  in the government and to pursue advanced courses as M.A. Ph.D in Economics
  • To instill sensitivity amongst youth towards the community  and environment and to foster the spirit of national development
  • To provide ethical and value based learning for human resource development

 

List of Heads of Department

 

Sno Name Qualification
1 V.Usha Padmini M.A, M.Phil
2 K.Simhachalam M.A
3 M.S.Prakasrao M.A, M.Phil
4 M.J.V Ratna Rao M.A
5 G.Gopal rao M.A, M.Phil
6 B.Manmadha Rao M.A
7 K.Bramanandam Rao M.A, M.Phil
8 D.Rama Murty M.A
9 S.K.V.R.S.T.Prasada Rao M.A, M.Phil
10 P.Seshagiri Rao M.A
11 N.Appa Rao M.A, M.Phil
12 V. Habibullah, M.A.LT..
13 R. Anand Rao M.A, Ph.D
14 K.Sankariah M.A.
15 K. Prasada Rao

 

I.A.A.S

 

UG Courses Offered:

     Conventional Courses: BA-HEP (History-Economics-Political Science)

BA-TEP (Spl.Telugu-Economics-Philosophy)  

Restructured Courses           :-     Nil

PG Courses Offered :-   Nil

Students Strength (Last 3 Years)

 

2018 – 2019:

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S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 I BA (HEP) 37+0 37
2 I BA (TEP) 15+16 31
3 II BA (HEP) 38+0 38
4 II BA (TEP) 22+21 41
5 IIIBA (HEP) 31+0 31
6 III BA (TEP) 20+8 28
Total 163+45 208

 

2017 – 2018:

S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 I BA (HEP) 50+0 50
2 I BA (TEP) 37+16 53
3 II BA (HEP) 35+0 35
4 II BA (TEP) 24+9 33
5 IIBA (HEP) 22+0 22
6 III BA (TEP) 14+4 18
Total 182+29 211

 

2016- 2017:

S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 I BA (HEP) 46+0 46
2 I BA (TEP) 32+13 45
3 II BA (HEP) 30+0 30
4 II BA (TEP) 25+6 31
5 I IIBA (HEP) 35+0 35
6 III BA (TEP) 25+19 44
Total 193+38 231

LIST OF ENROLMENTIN THE FIRST YEAR — CATEGORY-WISE

YEAR SC ST BC OTHERS TOTAL
2018-19 8 8 50 2 68
2017-18 26 13 61 03 103
2016-17 15 9 61 06 85

 

Books in the Departmental Library

  • Total Books                                              :  86
  • Magazines                             :  11

Facilities available in the Department

1. Computer system

2   Printer

  1. Internet facility
  2. Departmental library

 

 

 

 

 

 

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M.A (Appl Econ)., M.A(Edn)., Ph.D

 

Lecturer in Economics

 

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Department of Economics

 

BA Economics Syllabus under CBCS

w.e.f. 2015-16 (Revised in April 2016)

Structure of Syllabus

Table-1:

Semester Paper  

Title

 

Semester I

(Core)

I Micro Economics – Consumer Behavior
Semester II

(Core)

II Micro Economics – Production and Price theory
Semester III

(Core)

III Macro Economics – National Income, Employment and Money
Semester IV

(Core)

IV Macro Economics – Banking and International Trade

 

Semester V

(Core)

V Economic Development and Indian Economy
Semester V

(Core)

VI Indian and Andhra Pradesh Economy

 

 

Semester VI

*Any one Paper from A,B,C,D,E F and G

 

VII – (A) Agricultural Economics
VII – (B) Principles of Insurance
VII – (C) Financial Markets and Institutions
VII – (D) Rural Economics And Social Change
VII – (E) Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
VII – (F) Public Finance
VII – (G) International Economics
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semester VI

** Any one Cluster from A, B, C, D and E

 

 

Cluster Electives – (A) Agribusiness
VIII A-1: Agribusiness Environment in Andhra Pradesh
A-2: Agricultural output  Marketing
A-3: Agricultural Input Marketing.
Cluster Electives – (B) Insurance Practice
VIII B-1. Practice of General Insurance
B-2. Agricultural Insurance
B.-3 Health Insurance
Cluster Electives – (C) Financial Markets
VIII C-1: Stock Market operations
C:-2 Securities Market
C: -3Commodities Market
                                       Cluster Electives – (D) Rural Economy
VIII D.-1 Rural Economy
D. -2 Rural Industrilisation
D.-3 Rural Marketing
Cluster Electives –( E) Entrepreneurship
VIII E.-1 Industrial Economics
E.-2 Labour Economics
E.-3 Industrial Management

*Student has to choose only one paper

** Stsudents are advised to choose Cluster (A) if they have chosen VII (A) and Choose Cluster (B) if they have chosen VII (B) etc.  However, it is only suggestive.

 

 

 

Table – 2:

Sl. No Paper Name of Paper Sem Hours/ Week Credits Marks
Mid

Sem

Sem End
1 I Micro Economics – Consumer Behavior I

 

5 4 25 75
2 II Micro Economics – Production and Price theory II 5 4 25 75
3 III Macro Economics – National Income, Employment and Money III 5 4 25 75
4 IV  Banking and International Trade IV 5 4 25 75
5 V Economic Development and Indian Economy V 5 4 25 75
6 VI Indian and Andhra Pradesh Economy V 5 4 25 75
7 VII – (A) Agricultural Economics VI 5 4 25 75
VII – (B) Principles of Insurance
VII – (C) Financial Markets and Institutions
VII – (D) Rural Economy and Social Change

 

VII – (E) Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
VII – (F) Public Finance
VII – (G) International Economics
8 Cluster Elective – A: Agribusiness VI 5 4 25 75
VIII A-1.  Agribusiness Environment in Andhra Pradesh
A-2.  Agricultural Output Marketing
VI 5 4 25 75
A-3.  Agricultural Input Marketing.
VI 5 4 25 75
Cluster Elective – B: Insurance Practice
VIII B-1. Practice of General Insurance
B-2. Agricultural Insurance
B-3. Health Insurance
Cluster Elective – C: Financial Markets
VIII C-1. Stock Market operations
C-2. Securities Market
C-3. Commodities Market
Cluster Elective – D: Rural Economy
VIII D-1. Rural Economy
D-2. Rural Industrilisation
D-3. Rural Marketing
Cluster Elective – E: Entrepreneurship
VIII E-1. Industrial Economics
E-2. Labour Economics
E-3. Industrial Management

 

 

note: Student Activities like Data/picture analysis, Seminars, Assignments, Group Discussions, Case studies, Fieldwork, Surveys, Study Projects, Models are Part of Curriculum in all papers. The teacher shall identify appropriate activities for each unit and assign them to all the students for improving domain skills.

 

 

ANDHRA PRADESH STATE COUNCIL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

BA Economics Syllabus under CBCS

w.e.f. 2015-16 (Revised in April 2016)

 

I Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – I

Paper – I (Core Paper)

Micro Economics – Consumer Behavior

 

Module -1

Nature, definition and scope of Economics – Wealth, Welfare, Scarcity and modern

definitions.

 

Module -2

Methodology in Economics – Micro & Macro; Static and Dynamic analysis; Normative

and positive science, Inductive & Deductive methods; Partial and general Equilibrium.

 

Module – 3

Utility analysis: – cardinal approach-The Law of diminishing  Marginal utility- The Law

of Equi-Marginal Utility- concept of consumer’s surplus

 

Module – 4

Demand analysis – Law of Demand – Elasticity of Demand – Measurement of        Elasticity of Demand – Price, Income & Cross Elasticities of Demand.

           

 

Module – 5

Ordinal Approach: Indifference Curve analysis – Properties of Indifference curves – Price

or budget   line – Equilibrium of the Consumer with the help of Indifference curves –

Samuelson’s Revealed preference theory.

 

 

REFERENCES:

 

  1. R.G. Lipsey and K.A.Chrystal – “Economics”, Oxford University Press, 10/e, 2004.
  2. P.A.Samuelson & W.D. Nordhaus-“Economics”, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, 18/e, 2005.
  3. N.Gregory Mankiw-“Principles of Economics”, Thompson 2015 .
  4. H.L.Ahuja-“Advanced Economic Theory”‘ S.Chand.
  5. M.L.Seth-“Micro Economics”, Laxmi Narayana Agarwal, 2015.
  6. Bilas, A.-“Micro Economic Theory”, International Student Edition, Mc.Graw Hill, 1971.
  7. Telugu Academy Publications
  8. D.M. Mithani & G.K. Murty – Business Economics, Himalaya Publishing, 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. ECONOMICS

I Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – II

Paper – II (Core Paper)

Micro Economics – Production and Price Theory

Module – 1

 

Production function-Concept of homogeneous production function-Cobb- Douglas Production function- Law of variable proportions-Law of Returns to          Scale – Different Concepts of Costs – Explicit & Implicit, Opportunity, Total – fixed and  Variable Costs, Marginal & Average Costs & its Relationship. Concept of Revenue – Total, Marginal & Average Revenue and Break – Even Point

 

Module – 2

 

Analyse different types of Market structures – Perfect Competition – Price determination and equilibrium of firm and industry under perfect competition – Monopoly – Price determination – Price discrimination.

 

Module – 3

 

Monopolistic competition – price determination – Oligopoly – Kinked demand curve approach.

 

Module – 4

 

Marginal Productivity theory of distribution – Theories of wage determination Subsistence theory of wages, Standard of living theory of wages, Modern theory of wages Wages and collective bargaining – concept of minimum wage.

 

Module – 5

Theory of Rent:  Ricardian theory of rent – Quasi rent concept of Alfred Marshall. Theories of Interest – Classical, Neo-classical and Keynes Liquidity Preference  theory – Profit – dynamic,  innovations, Risk and Uncertainty theories.

 

REFERENCES:

  1. R.G. Lipsey and K.A.Chrystal – “Economics”, Oxford University Press, 10/e, 2004.
  2. P.A.Samuelson & W.D. Nordhaus-“Economics”, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, 18/e, 2005.
  3. N.Gregory Mankiw-“Principles of Economics”, Thompson 2015.
  4. H.L.Ahuja-“Advanced Economic Theory”‘ S.Chand, 2004.
  5. M.L.Seth-“Micro Economics”, Laxmi Narayana Agarwal, 2015.
  6. Bilas, A.-“Micro Economic Theory”, International Student Edition, Mc.Graw Hill, 1971.
  7. Telugu Academy Publications
  8. D.M. Mithani & G.K. Murty – Business Economics, Himalaya Publishing, 2015.
  9. Bilas, A.-“Micro Economic Theory”, International Student Edition, Mc.Graw Hill, 1971.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. ECONOMICS

II Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – III

Paper – III (Core Paper)

                Macro Economics – National Income, Employment and Money

 

Module – 1

Meaning, definition of Macro Economics – Importance of Macro Economics- Difference

between Micro and Macro Economics – Paradox of Macro Economics -Limitations

 

Module – 2

National Income – Definitions, Concepts of National Income – Measurement of

National Income- Circular flow of Income in Two, Three and Four Sector

Economy.

 

Module – 3

Classical theory of Employment – Say’s Law of Markets.

 

Module – 4

Keynesian Theory of Employment – Consumption function – Investment Function  –

Marginal Efficiency of Capital (MEC)- Concepts of multiplier and  accelerator

 

Module – 5

Meaning and Functions of Money – Classification of money – Gresham’s Law – RBI          classification of Money. Theories of Money – Fisher’s Quantity theory of Money      Cambridge approach (Marshall, Pigou, Robertson & Keynes).

 

 

REFERENCES:

  1. G.Ackley – “Macro Economics Theory and Policy”, Collier Macmillan, 1978.
  2. E.Shapiro – “Macro Economic Analysis”, Galgotia Publications, 1999.
  3. Central Statistical Organisations – “National Accounts Statistics”.
  4. R.Dornbush, s.Fisher and R.Startz – “Macro Economics”, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, 9/e, 2004.
  5. M.L.Seth-“Macro Economics”, Lakshmi Narayana Agarwal, 2015.
  6. K.P.M. Sundaram – “Money, banking & International Trade”, Sultan Chand, 2010.
  7. Dillard, D – “The Economics of John Maynard Keynes”, Crossby Lockwood & Sons.
  8. M.N.Mish ra & S.B.Mishra – “Insurance Principles & Practice” S.Chand 2012.
  9. Bharati V.Pathak “The Indian Financial System Markets. Institutions & Services”. Pearson 2008.
  10. Telugu Academy Publication

 

 

 

  1. A. ECONOMICS

II Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – IV

Paper – IV (Core Paper)

Banking and International Trade

Module – 1

Trade Cycles – meaning and definition – Phases of a Trade Cycle -Inflation – definition – types of inflation – causes and  effects of inflation measures to control inflation.

 

Module – 2

Banking: Meaning and definition -Functions of Commercial Banks – Concept of Credit creation-Functions of RBI – Recent developments in banking sectors.

 

Module – 3

Non-Bank Financial Institutions – Types of NBFIs –  Factors contributing to the Growth of NBFIs –-Money market – Defects of Indian money market

 

Module – 4

 

Concepts of Shares-Debentures  – Stock Market – Functions – Primary and Secondary Markets – SEBI – – Insurance – Life Insurance and General Insurance.

 

Module – 5

Macro Economic Policy – Fiscal, Monetary and Exchange rate policies

Objectives and Significance – Importance of International Trade – Regional and International Trade – Defining Balance of Trade and Balance of Payment.

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Ackley – “Macro Economics Theory and Policy”, Collier Macmillan, 1978.
  2. Shapiro – “Macro Economic Analysis”, Galgotia Publications, 1999.
  3. Central Statistical Organisations – “National Accounts Statistics”.
  4. Dornbush, s.Fisher and R.Startz – “Macro Economics”, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, 9/e,2004.
  5. L.Seth-“Macro Economics”, Lakshmi Narayana Agarwal, 2015.
  6. P.M. Sundaram – “Money, banking & International Trade”, Sultan Chand, 2010.
  7. Dillard, D – “The Economics of John Maynard Keynes”, Crossby Lockwood & Sons.
  8. N.Mish ra & S.B.Mishra – “Insurance Principles & Practice” S.Chand 2012.
  9. Bharati V.Pathak “The Indian Financial System Markets. Institutions & Services”.
  10. M.Mithani & G.K.Murty – “Business Economics”, Himalaya Publishing House, 2015.
  11. L.Jhingan – Economic Development – Vikas, 2012.
  12. Omkarnath – Economics – A Primer for India – Orient Blackswan, 2012.
  13. Agarwal, V. (2010) Macroeconomics: theory and Policy, Dorling Kindersley (India)
  14. Ltd., New Delhi
  15. Ahuja, H.L. (2012) Macro Economics, Theory and policy, S. Chand and Company Ltd.,
  16. New Delhi

 

 

 

 

  1. A. ECONOMICS

III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – V

Paper – V (Core Paper)

Economic Development and Indian Economy

 

Module – 1

             Concept of Economic Growth – Distinction between economic growth and           development – Measurement of economic development – Theories of Economic Growth:

Adam Smith,  Rostow, Karl Marx and Harrod &  Domar Models.

 

Module – 2

 

Sustainable development – Balanced and unbalanced growth-choice of techniques

Labour intensive and capital intensive methods.

 

Module – 3

Basic features of the Indian Economy – Natural Resources – Important

Demographic features- Concept of Population Dividend – Population Policy.

 

Module – 4

 

National Income in India – trends and composition-poverty, inequalities and           Unemployment – Measures taken by the Government. – MGNREGS

 

Module – 5

 

Economic reforms – liberalization, privatization and globalisation – concept of

inclusive growth.

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Dhingra, I.C – “Indian Economy”, Sultan Chand, 2014.
  2. Ruddar Dutt and K.P.M. Sundaram – “Indian Economy”, S.Chand & Co., 2015.
  3. G.M.Meier -“Leading Issues in Economic Development”, Oxford University Press, New York,.
  4. M.P.Todaro – “Economic Development”, Longman, London 6/e, 1996.
  5. Reserve Bank of India – Hand book of Statistics on Indian Economy (Latest).
  6. S.K.Misra & V,K,Puri – “Indian Economy”, Himalaya Publishing House, 2015.
  7. R.S.Rao, V.Hanumantha Rao & N.Venu Gopal (Ed) – Fifty Years of Andhra Pradesh (1956-

2006), Centre for Documentation, Research and Communications, Hyderabad,       2007.

  1. G.Omkarnath – Economics – A Primer for India – Orient Blackswan, 2012.
  2. Benjamin Higgins – Economic Development
  3. Telugu Academy Publications.
  4. Dr. Ch.S.G.K. Murthy, Indian Economy – Gitam University

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. ECONOMICS

III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – V

Paper – VI (Core Paper)

Indian and Andhra Pradesh Economy

Module – 1

 

Indian Agriculture – Importance of Agriculture in India – Agrarian structure and relations-  Factors determining Productivity- Agricultural Infrastructure – Rural credit – Micro Finance – Self Help Groups (SHGs) – Agricultural Price policy- concept of Crop Insurance – Food Security.

 

Module – 2

Structure and growth of Indian Industry – Industrial policies of 1956 & 1991         Meaning of Micro small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs)- Problems and Prospects of small scale Industries in India.

 

Module – 3

Disinvestment in India – FEMA – Foreign direct investment – Services Sector in  India – Reforms in Banking and Insurance -, IT, Education and Health.

 

Module – 4

 

Planning in India Economy – Objectives of Five year plans – Review of Five year Plans – Current Five year plan- NITI Aayog

 

Module – 5

 

Andhra Pradesh Economy  – Population – GSDP – Sector Contribution and trends – IT – Small Scale Industry – SEZs.

 

REFERENCES:

  1. Dhingra, I.C – “Indian Economy”, Sultan Chand, 2014.
  2. Ruddar Dutt and K.P.M. Sundaram – “Indian Economy”, S.Chand & Co., 2015.
  3. G.M.Meier – “Leading Issues in Economic Development”, Oxford University Press, New York, 3/e.
  4. M.P.Todaro – “Economic Development”, Longman, London 6/e, 1996.
  5. Reserve Bank of India – Hand book of Statistics on Indian Economy (Latest).
  6. S.K.Misra & V,K,Puri – “Indian Economy”, Himalaya Publishing House, 2015.
  7. R.S.Rao, V.Hanumantha Rao & N.Venu Gopal (Ed) – Fifty Years of Andhra Pradesh (1956-2006), Centre for Documentation, Research and Communications,Hyderabad,

2007.

  1. G.Omkarnath – Economics – A Primer for India – Orient Blackswan, 2012.
  2. Telugu Academy Publications.
  3. Dr.Ch.S.G.K.Murthy, Indian Economy – Gitam University.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. A. ECONOMICS

III Year B. A. Programme (UG) Courses – Under CBCS

Semester – VI

Paper – VII (F) (Elective Paper VII (F)

Public Finance

 

Module – 1

 

Meaning and scope of Public Finance – Distinction between Public and Private Finance. Principle of maximum social advantage

 

Module – 2

Source of Public Revenue – Taxes – administrative revenues – commercial  Revenues – Gift and grants – Concept of VAT. Canons of taxation (Adam Smith’s      and Modern Economists).

 

Module

Meaning and classification of public expenditure – principles of public  Expenditure Wagner’s Law – Peacock – Wiseman Hypothesis.

 

Module – 4

Public debt – classification of public debt – methods of debt redemption

 

Module – 5

Budget – Meaning and Definition – Components of Budget – Concepts of Budget Deficits – Indian Union Budget.

 

 

References:

  1. B.P.Tyagi – “Public Finance”, Jai Prakash Nath, 2012.
  2. H.D.Bhatia – “Public Finance”‘ Vikas Publishing House 2013.
  3. Reserve Bank of India – Hand book of Statistics on Indian Economy (Latest).
  4. S.K.Misra & V,K,Puri – “Indian Economy”, Himalaya Publishing House, 2015.
  5. Budget at a Glance
  6. Economic and Functional Classification of the Budget
  7. Telugu Academy Publications.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. ECONOMICS

III year B.A. PROGRAMME (UG) COURSES) UNDER CBCS

SEMESTER – VI

PAPER VIII – F: CLUSTER ELECTIVE – F1- TAXATION

F1 – TAXATION

MODULE – 1

Theories of Taxation – Classical and Modern Theories – Cost of service theory – The Benefit Theory – Ability to Pay Theory.

MODULE – 2

Kinds of Taxation – Direct and indirect Taxes – Progressive, Proportional, Regressive and Digressive Taxes – Merits and Demerits.

MODULE – 3

Effects of Taxation – The Concept of Taxable Capacity – Effects on production and distribution – Shifting and incidence of taxes.

MODULE – 4

Taxes of the central and state Govt.s-Taxes on incomes – Corporate taxes – Customs duties – Excise dutie Land revenue – Ag. Income tax – Stamp duties – court fees – Professional tax – State excise duties.

MODULE – 5

Goods and service tax – History of GST – Taxation Scheme – GST Rates – Effects and Impacts – GST network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. ECONOMICS

III year B.A. PROGRAMME (UG) COURSES) UNDER CBCS

SEMESTER – VI

PAPER VIII – F2: CLUSTER ELECTIVE – F2 – PUBLIC EXPENDITURE AND DEBT

F2 – PUBLIC EXPENDITURE AND DEBT

 

MODULE – 1

Scope of public expenditure – Public vs. Private expenditure – Canons of public expenditure.

MODULE – 2

Effects of public expenditure – Effects on Production and Distribution – Role of Public expenditure for economic stability.

MODULE – 3

Public expenditure in India – Revenue and Capital expenditures – Reasons for the growth of public expenditure in India.

MODULE – 4

Public Debt – objectives of Borrowing – Causes of Borrowing – Burden of public debt – Effects of Public Debt.

MODULE – 5

Sources of Public debt – Internal and external sources – India’s public debt – Trends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. ECONOMICS

III year B.A. PROGRAMME (UG) COURSES) UNDER CBCS

SEMESTER – VI

PAPER VIII – F3: CLUSTER ELECTIVE – F3 – FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

F3 – FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

MODULE – 1

Fiscal and Monetary policies – Classical vs. Modern economists views – Functional finance – Role of fiscal and Monetary policies in Developing economies.

MODULE – 2

Deficit Financing – Meaning – Objectives of deficit financing – Need – Effects of deficit financing.

MODULE – 3

Principles of Federal finance – principles – equity – elasticity – co-ordination – problems of Federal finance.

MODULE – 4

Centre – State financial relations in India – Constitutional provisions – central – State and local resources.

MODULE – 5

Finance commissions – Constitution of Finance commissions – Functions of Finance commission – 13th Finance commission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. (CBCS) Degree Examinations

VI – SEMESTER

pAPER – vII (F) – eLECTIVE pAPER

PUBLIC FINANCE

MODEL QUESTION PAPER

(effective from 2015 – 2016 admitted batch)

Time: 3hrs                                                                                      Max Marks: 75   

SECTION – A

Answer any Five of the following                                                    5×5=25 Marks

  1. Public vs. Private Finance.
  2. Distinction between tax and fees.
  3. Peacock and Wiseman Hypothesis.
  4. Internal and External Debt.
  5. Sinking Fund.
  6. Types of Budget.
  7. Deficit Financing.

 

SECTION – B

Answer the following Questions                                    5×10=50 Marks

  1. Explain the Definition and Scope of Public Finance.

(or)

  1. Explain the principle of maximum social advantage with a suitable diagram.

 

 

  1. Give a brief description of various sources of public revenue.

(or)

  1. Explain the canons of taxation.

 

  1. Explain the classification of public expenditure

(or)

  1. Critically examine the Wagnar’s law of increasing state activities.

 

  1. Explain the various methods of debt redemption.

(or)

  1. Analyze the causes for increasing the debt burden of central and state Governments.

 

  1. What are the various components of the union budget?

(or)

  1. Explain the various methods to cover the budgetary deficits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. (CBCS) DEGREE EXAMIN ATIONS

VI SEMESTER

PAPER – VIII –F1 – CLUSTER ELECTIVE – TAXATION

F1 TAXATION

MODEL QUESTION PAPER

(effective from 2015 – 2016 admitted batch)

Time: 3hrs                                                                                      Max Marks: 75   

SECTION – A

Answer any Five of the following                                                    5×5=25 Marks

  1. Classical economists view on Taxation.
  2. Ability to Pay Theory.
  3. Advantages of Direct taxes.
  4. Proportional Taxation.
  5. Effect of Tax on Consumption.
  6. Shifting of Taxation.
  7. Income Tax.
  8. Impact of GST on luxury items.

SECTION – B

Answer the following Questions                                    5×10=50 Marks

  1. Distinguish between classical and modern economists view on Taxation.

(or)

  1. Explain the various Theories of Taxation.

 

  1. Distinguish between Direct and Indirect Taxes.

 

 

(or)

  1. Explain the various methods of Taxation.

 

  1. Explain the concept of Taxable capacity.

(or)

  1. Analyze the effects of Taxation on production and Distribution.

 

  1. What are the various sources of revenue of the central Govt.

(or)

  1. Explain the sources of revenue of the state Governments.

 

  1. Explain the concept of GST.

(or)

  1. How GST is implemented in India.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. (CBCS) DEGREE EXAMIN ATIONS

VI SEMESTER

PAPER – VIII –F2 – CLUSTER ELECTIVE – PUBLIC EXPENDITURE AND DEBT

F2 – PUBLIC EXPENDITURE AND DEBT

MODEL QUESTION PAPER

(effective from 2015 – 2016 admitted batch)

Time: 3hrs                                                                                      Max Marks: 75   

SECTION – A

Answer any Five of the following                    5×5=25 Mark

  1. Public vs. Private Expenditure.
  2. Canon of Productivity.
  3. Effect of Welfare schemes.
  4. Economic stability.
  5. Capital Expenditure.
  6. Reasons for increasing defence expenditure.
  7. Objectives of public Borrowings.
  8. Debt Burden.

SECTION – B

Answer the following Questions                                    5×10=50 Marks

  1. Explain the Nature and Scope of Public Expenditure in India.

(or)

  1. Analyze the various canons of public expenditure.

 

 

 

  1. Discuss the effects of public expenditure on production and distribution.

 

(or)

  1. Explainhow public expenditure will bring economic stability.

 

  1. a) Distinguish between revenue and capital expenditure.

(or)

  1. b) What are the reasons for the growth of public expenditure in India.

 

  1. Explain the causes for increasing public debt in recent years.

(or)

  1. Assess the impact of the burden of public debt.

 

  1. What are the various sources of public debt in India.

(or)

  1. Analyze the recent trends in India’s Public debt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.A. (CBCS) DEGREE EXAMIN ATIONS

VI SEMESTER

PAPER – VIII –F3 – CLUSTER ELECTIVE – FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

F3 – FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

MODEL QUESTION PAPER

(effective from 2015 – 2016 admitted batch)

Time: 3hrs                                                                                      Max Marks: 75   

SECTION – A

Answer any Five of the following                                                    5×5=25 Mark

  1. Classical economists view on Fiscal Policy.
  2. Functional Finance.
  3. Monetary policy.
  4. Reasons for Deficit budget.
  5. Union List.
  6. Local sources of Revenue.
  7. Principle of Equity.
  8. 13th Finance Commission.

SECTION – B

Answer the following Questions                                    5×10=50 Marks

  1. Explain the role of Fiscal and Monetary policies in developing economies.

(or)

  1. Explain the concept of Functional Finance in detail.

 

 

 

  1. What is budgetary deficits and explain the various methods to fill the deficit budget.

(or)

  1. What are the effects of deficit financing.

 

  1. Explain the principles of federal finance.

(or)

  1. What are the problems involved in Federal Finance.

 

  1. What are the constitutional Provisions of central State Financial relations.

(or)

  1. Give a description of various Sources of state Revenue.

 

  1. Explain the functions of Finance commissions.

(or)

  1. Give a brief review of the recommendations of the 11th and 12th finance Commissions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM.

Department of Economics:

TIME TABLE: 2018-19 : (I,III,V SEMESTERS)

Day / Period 1st

 

2nd

 

3rd

 

  4th

 

5th

 

 

6th

10am-11am 11am-12noon 12noon-1pm 1pm-2pm 2pm-3pm 3pm-4pm  

 

4pm-5pm

 Monday I HEP   III HEP  

 

 

 

 

 

L

 

 

U

 

 

N

 

 

C

 

 

H

II TEP    
I TEP   III TEP II HEP    
Tuesday II TEP   III TEP I HEP    
II HEP   III HEP I TEP    
Wednesday II TEP III HEP   III TEP    
II HEP III TEP   III HEP    
Thursday III TEP I HEP   II TEP III HEP  
III HEP I TEP   II HEP III TEP  
Friday III HEP II TEP   III TEP I HEP  
III TEP II HEP   III HEP I TEP  
Saturday I HEP III TEP   III HEP    
I TEP III HEP   III TEP    

 

TEACHING STAFF:

  1. Smt.V.Usha Padmini – I HEP, II TEP, III HEP & III TEP
  2. Dr.D.Pyditalli I TEP, II HEP, III HEP & III TEP

 

 

Lecturer – wise TIME TABLE : 2018-19

 

1.Smt V.USHA PADMINI

DAY I

10AM-11AM

2

11AM-12NOON

3

12NOON-1PM

  4

2PM-3PM

5

3PM-4PM

6

4PM5PM

MONDAY I   III-H L II    
TUESDAY II   III-T U I    
WEDNESDAY II III-H   N   III-T  
THURSDAY III-T I   C II III-H  
FRIDAY III-H II   H III-T I  
SATURDAY I III-T     III-H    

 

  1. Sri Dr.D.PYDITHALLI
DAY I

10AM-11AM

2

11AM-12NOON

3

12NOON-1PM

  4

2PM-3PM

5

3PM-4PM

6

4PM5PM

MONDAY I   III-T L II    
TUESDAY II   III-H U I    
WEDNESDAY II III-T   N   III-H  
THURSDAY III-H I   C II III-T  
FRIDAY III-T II   H III-H I  
SATURDAY I III-H     III-T    

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Economics:

TIME TABLE: 2018-19 : (II,IV,VI SEMESTERS)

 

Day / Period 1st

 

2nd

 

3rd

 

  4th

 

5th

 

 

6th

10am-11am 11am-12noon 12noon-1pm 1pm-2pm 2pm-3pm 3pm-4pm  

 

4pm-5pm

 Monday III ELECTIVE I HEP  

 

 

 

 

 

L

 

 

U

 

 

N

 

 

C

 

 

H

II TEP    
I TEP CLUSTER-I II HEP CLUSTER-III  
Tuesday III ELECTIVE I HEP CLUSTER-II    
I TEP CLUSTER-III CLUSTER-I  
Wednesday I HEP II TEP III ELECTIVE CLUSTER-II  
I TEP II HEP   CLUSTER-I    
Thursday I HEP II TEP   CLUSTER-II  
I TEP II HEP CLUSTER-III CLUSTER-I  
Friday II TEP III ELECTIVE I HEP CLUSTER-II  
II HEP I TEP CLUSTER-III  
Saturday II TEP III ELECTIVE   CLUSTER-II    
II HEP CLUSTER-I CLUSTER-III  

EACHING STAFF:

  1. Smt.V.Usha Padmini – I HEP, II TEP, III HEP & III TEP
  2. Dr.D.Pyditalli I TEP, II HEP, III HEP & III TEP

 

Lecturer – wise TIME TABLE : 2018-19

  1. Smt V.USHA PADMINI
DAY I

10AM-11AM

2

11AM-12NOON

3

12NOON-1PM

  4

2PM-3PM

5

3PM-4PM

6

4PM5PM

MONDAY III ELECTIVE I HEP     II TEP    
TUESDAY III ELECTIVE I HEP     CLUSTER-II    
WEDNESDAY I HEP II TEP III ELECTIVE     CLUSTER-II  
THURSDAY I HEP II TEP     CLUSTER-II    
FRIDAY II TEP III ELECTIVE I HEP     CLUSTER-II  
SATURDAY II TEP III ELECTIVE     CLUSTER-II    
  1. Sri Dr.D.PYDITHALLI

 

DAY I

10AM-11AM

2

11AM-12NOON

3

12NOON-1PM

  4

2PM-3PM

5

3PM-4PM

6

4PM5PM

MONDAY   I TEP CLUSTER-I   II HEP CLUSTER-III  
TUESDAY   I TEP CLUSTER-III     CLUSTER-I  
WEDNESDAY I TEP II HEP     CLUSTER-I    
THURSDAY I TEP II HEP CLUSTER-III     CLUSTER-I  
FRIDAY II HEP   I TEP   CLUSTER-III    
SATURDAY II HEP   CLUSTER-I   CLUSTER-III  

 

 

 

Department of Economics

Action Plan

  1. To identify academically backward students and to provide remedial coaching.
  2. To arrange field trips to create awareness among students.
  3. To encourage students to undertake market surveys in order to understand consumer’s behaviour
  4. To encourage students to prepare project reports/study reports.
  5. To organize seminars, extension lectures by inviting prominent persons from other departments of our college, other local colleges and Dr.B.R.Ambedkar University, Srikakulam.
  6. To provide career guidance to students on higher studies and on self- employment opportunities like AUCET, Dr.BRAUCET, G.CET of all  other universities, ICET, APPSC, UPSC, SSC,IBPS,RRB  and other competitive examinations.
  7. To conduct departmental seminars and encourage all students to present papers on important topics.
  8. To conduct extracurricular activities like quiz, essay writing competitions, elocution competitions.
  9. To encourage students to improve their communication skills along with reading and writing skills.
  10. To identify non economics students and to provide bridge course training on basic concepts coaching.
  11. To organize seminars, extension lecturers by inviting prominent persons from other departments of our college, other local colleges and Dr.B.R.Ambedkar university, Srikakulam.
  12. To strengthen the academic support to backward and under privatized students to keep pace with the challenge and global competence.
  13. To promote necessary guidelines, training and awareness to the students on higher studies and employment opportunities..
  14. To inculcate research aptitude among the students..
  • To encourage brilliant students to prepare for civil services and group competitive examinations.
  • To encourage computer knowledge and net based innovative teaching learning methods by using latest information technology.
  • To strengthen programmes in order to improve soft and communication skills among students.
  • To encourage class room student debates, discussing, interactions to minimize the stage fear and improve the public addressing skill.
  • To encourage value education to learn well behaviour and to be a good and responsible citizens.
  • To encourage students to participate in community service.
  • To encourage field trips, surveys, study tours to provide practical knowledge on the subject matter to the students.
  • To conduct monthly tests, assignments for assessing the performance of the students and identify academically background students.
  • To provide remedial coaching and help students to improve their understanding.

To provide carrier guidance to students at higher studies, employment and self employment opportunities.

 

 

Department of Economics

Toppers List of Last Three Years

2017-18

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group CGPA Place
1 S1500102007 G.Someswara Rao HEP 8.38 I
2 S1500102008 Ch.Hari Krishna HEP 8.04 II
3 S1500110026 T.Sakuntala TEP 8.79 I

Pratibha award

4 S1500110002 B.Krishna Rao TEP 8.13 II
5 S1500110003 B.Himagiri TEP 8.04 III

 

2016-17

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group CGPA Place
1 1500102008 D.SuryaTeja Swaroop .

HEP

7.27 I
2 1500102023 S.Tirupathi HEP 6.76 II
3 1500110012 D.Dilli  TEP 7.95 I

Pratibha award

 

4 1500110026 T.Pydi Raju TEP 7.71 II

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-16

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group CGPA Place
1 1400102021 K.Gowri Sankar HEP 7.32 I
2 1400102039 P.John HEP 7.28 II
3 1400102036 P.Govinda Rao HEP 7.22 III
4 1400110002 A,Nagamani TEP 8.72  I Rank

Pratibha award

5 1400110005 B.Suryanarayana TEP 8.15 II

Pratibha award

6 1400110019 J.Koti TEP 8.11 III

 

 

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS 

RESULT ANALYSIS: B.A.FINAL YEAR

 

 

 

S.No. Year No. of      Students        appeared No. of        Students passed Pass            percentage
2 2017-18 39 36 92.3
3 2016-17 62 48 77.42
4 2015-16 85 54 63.5
5 2014-15 90 51 56.6

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

 

INTERNET FACILITY ‘e’ LEARNING

 

 

WEB SOURCES FOR MICRO ECONOMICS

  1. https://www.edx.org>learn>microecon….
  2. https://www.quora.com>what-are-some
  3. https://www .coursera.org>learn>micro
  4. https://www.khanacademy.org>micro
  5. https://ocw.mit.edu>courses
  6. . https://journals.sagepub.com>home>mic
  7. . https://wps.pearsoned.co.uk

 

WEB SOURCES FOR MACRO ECONOMICS

  1. https://www.quora.com
  2. https://www.khanacademy.org>macro
  3. https://www.conted.ox.ac.uk>courses
  4. https://wwwtutor2u.net
  5. https://www.journals.elsevier.com
  6. https://www.edx.org>learn>macroecon

 

WEB SOURCES FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

  1. https://study.com>academy
  2. https://www.researchgate.net
  3. https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org>economics
  4. https://en.m.wikipedia.org
  5. https://www.theguardian.com
  6. www.economicsonline.co.uk

 

WEB SOURCES FOR INDIAN ECONOMY

  1. https://www.quora.com
  2. https://en.m.wikipedia.org
  3. https://www.clearias.com

4 . .quora.com

  1. www.insightonindia.com

6.https://unacademy.com

7.www.legindia.prg

  1. https://www.India .gov.in>finance-taxes
  2. www.university of Calicut.info>syl>development
  3. https://www.ugc.ac.in>pdf news

 

WEB SOURCES FOR PUBLIC FINANCE

  1. https://journals.sagepub.com>home>pfr
  2. https://www.questia.com>economics >prf
  3. https://www.futurelearn.com>courses
  4. https://www.mckinsey.com>public-sector

5.https://tspppa.gwu.edu>online-certificatw

6.https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com>journal

7..https://ocw.mit.edu

8.oll.libertyfund.org>titles>bastable-public

9.https://idea.gov.in>Indian-public finance

  1. https://www.nipfp.org.in

11.www.nifm.ac.in

12.India gov.in

  1. e.gazette.annual reports
  2. 14. https://www..isuk>economics

 

Online courses

  1. www.udemy.com/
  2. https//Alison.com>courses>economics
  3. WEB SOURCES FOR MICRO ECONOMICS

 

  1. https://www.edx.org>learn>microecon….
  2. https://www.quora.com>what-are-some
  3. https://www .coursera.org>learn>micro
  4. https://www.khanacademy.org>micro
  5. https://ocw.mit.edu>courses
  6. . https://journals.sagepub.com>home>mic
  7. . https://wps.pearsoned.co.uk

WEB SOURCES FOR MACRO ECONOMICS

 

  1. https://www.quora.com
  2. https://www.khanacademy.org>macro
  3. https://www.conted.ox.ac.uk>courses
  4. https://wwwtutor2u.net
  5. https://www.journals.elsevier.com
  6. https://www.edx.org>learn>macroecon

 

WEB SOURCES FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

 

  1. https://study.com>academy
  2. https://www.researchgate.net
  3. https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org>economics
  4. https://en.m.wikipedia.org
  5. https://www.theguardian.com
  6. www.economicsonline.co.uk

WEB SOURCES FOR INDIAN ECONOMY

  1. https://www.quora.com
  2. https://en.m.wikipedia.org
  3. https://www.clearias.com

4 . .quora.com

  1. www.insightonindia.com

6.https://unacademy.com

7.www.legindia.prg

  1. https://www.India .gov.in>finance-taxes
  2. www.university of Calicut.info>syl>development
  3. https://www.ugc.ac.in>pdf news

WEB SOURCES FOR PUBLIC FINANCE

  1. https://journals.sagepub.com>home>pfr
  2. https://www.questia.com>economics >prf
  3. https://www.futurelearn.com>courses
  4. https://www.mckinsey.com>public-sector

5.https://tspppa.gwu.edu>online-certificatw

6.https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com>journal

7..https://ocw.mit.edu

8.oll.libertyfund.org>titles>bastable-public

9.https://idea.gov.in>Indian-public finance

  1. https://www.nipfp.org.in

11.www.nifm.ac.in

12.India gov.in

  1. e.gazette.annual reports
  2. https://www..is

Online courses

  1. www.udemy.com/
  2. https//Alison.com>courses>economics
  3. https//www.coursera.org>social sciences
  4. https//www.class central .com>subject
  5. Economics/free online courses & Moocs/class central

 

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Department of Economics

Best  Practices

The Department proposes to conduct Projects every year with the final year students. The objective of this practice is to make the students to involve in the community services as well as to become a part and parcel of the government programmes. Hence the current targeted objective is usually selected to undertake the project

 

2017-2018

 

SL NO NAME OF THE PROJECT OBJECTIVE AREA OF THE study OUTCOME OF THE PROJECT No students participated
1 Awarenes programme on ODF Each student to go to village to explain the importance of Swachch Bharat Their respective village Each student  explained the process to get Govt help for construction of lavatory 30
2 Awareness Programme on GST Studied the  impact of GST on different groups Srikakulam town To create awareness to get GSTIN as as possible for e-filing 40

 

 

2016-2017

 

SL NO NAME OF THE PROJECT OBJECTIVE AREA OF THE study OUTCOME OF THE PROJECT No students participated
1 Gender discrimination TO PROPAGATE THE SCHEME “BETI BACHAOAND BETI PADHAO”  56 Families in SRIKAKULAM Gender discrimination is still prevalent in rural as well as in urban areas 10
2 Demonetisation -effects Impact of Demonetisation on rural weaker sections in Srikakulam District 4 villages

Ippili, Oppangi, Sanivada, and Syampuram

Suffered a lot in waiting near ATMs and faced a great loss int heir petty business 40

 

2015-2016

Sl no Name of the project Objective Area of the study Outcome of the project No students participated
1 Rural migration in srikakulam district To study the causes and impactof migration Ragolu, Vappangi, Faridpeta of Srikakulam Most of the families left with elderly people and small kids in villages and suffering a lot in the absence of family members 08
2 Extension Activity Awareness Programme on Jan Dhan Yojana Respective villages Opened 25 JDY Accounts in villages 05

 

 

 

Innovative Practices

 

  • The Innovative practice of the department is TIME MANAGEMENT
  • Self assessment of time utilization.
  • As per this practice, Students are asked to prepare a chart for 10 days x 24 hrs to assess themselves about time utilization e. in 24 hours. in a day to know how they are spending their time.
  • This is to enable them for proper utilization of time and minimizing time for unnecessary activities and allot more time for studies.
Day

 

Hour

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
6 AM
7
8
9
10
11
12
1 PM
2
3
4
5
6
7
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9
10
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1 AM
2
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  • After this practice most of the students realized the importance of time and changed their time schedule and allotted more time for studies.

 

 

 

 

 

Seminars / Workshops / Guest Lectures Organised in the last 3 Years

 

 

2017-2018:  

Sl no Name of the activity Date Name of the Resource Person Topic No of the students attended
1 Guest Lecture 31-8-2018 Dr.Symon Combe, University of Sydney, Australia Indegenious Grassroots Voluntary Organisations in Rural India 160

 

 

2016-2017

Sl no Name of the activity Date Name of the Resource Person Topic No of the students attended
1 Guest Lecture 10-03-2017 G.Rani Mohan,

District Commercial Tax Officer, Srikakulam

GST  

.180

2015-2016

Sl no Name of the activity Date Name of the Resource Person Topic No of the students attended
1 Guest Lecture 20-02-2016 Dr.P.Surya Rao

Department of Economics.Narasannapeta

 

Industrial opportunities in Sarikakulam Dist. 100