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1 Semester Wise Syllabus of B.A. Semester-III Paper-II Public Finance Nature and scope of Public Finance, Difference between Private Finance and Public Finance, Private goods and Public goods. Role of Public Finance in Developing and Developed economies. Principle of Maximum Social Advantage. Sources of Public Revenue. Forms of taxes. Canons of Taxation. Taxable capacity. Ability- to- Pay Theory. Economic effects of Taxation. Public Expenditure: Effects of Public Expenditure. Reasons for increase in Public Expenditure. Wagnar's Law. Wisemann- Peacock Hypothesis. Impact, Incidence and Shifting of Taxes. Public Debt:- Classification, Effect, Burden, Repayment and Management. Dr. B.P.Tyagi Public Finance', Jai Prakash Nath&Company, Meerut. J.C.Varshney- Public Finance', Sahitya Bhawan Publication, Agra. S.K.Singh- Public Fiance', Sahitya Bhawan Publication, Agra. Dr.J.C.Singhai- 'Rajasva', Sahitya Bhawan Publication, Agra. Semester Wise Syllabus of Undergraduate Subject Economics B.A. Part I Semester - I Paper I, Micro Economics Definition of Economics, Nature and scope of Economics, Methods of Economic Analysis- Inductive and Deductive Methods- Merits and Demerits. Basic concepts: Demand, Supply, Demand and supply equilibrium. Economic statics and Economic Dynamics. Partial equilibrium and general equilibrium analysis. Utility: Cardinal and Ordinal Utility Approaches to Demand Indifference curve technique- Consumer's equilibrium (Hicks and Slutsky). Price, Income and file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 1/10

2 Substitution effect. Derivation of Demand curve. Elasticity of demand: Its types ( Price, Income and Cross elasticities) and various methods of its measurement. Consumer surplus and its measurement. Production: Factors of Production and its characteristics; Laws of Production- Returns to factor and Returns to Scale, Law of Variable Proportion. lsoquants- Nature and its characteristics. Producer's equilibrium. Books recommended 1. Ray, N.C.- " An Introduction to Microeconomics'", Macrnillan Company, India. 2. Samuelson, P.A. and Nordhaus, W.D.- " Economics", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. 3. Dewett, K.K.- " Modern Economic Theory", S Chand & Company, New Delhi. 4. Lipsey, R.G.- " An Introduction to Positive Economics "- A condensed course. 5. ts-lh- iar,oa ts-ih- fejk & ^^vkffkzd fo ys"k.k** lkfgr; Hkou ifcyds ku 6. vjfoun volfkh,ao bunzk vfxugks=h & ^^vkffkzd fo ys"k.k** vkyksd izdk ku Subject-Economics B.A. Part I SEMESTER-I Paper-II Indian Economy Indian Economy- its structure and characteristics. Primary, Secondary and Tertiary sectors of the economy. Demographic features- Population size, sex ratio. Population growth and problem of urbanization. Recent National Population Policy. Agriculture- Causes of backwardness. Measures for Agricultural development. Land use pattern. Trends in Agriculture production and productivity. Land Reforms: Green Revolution. Rural credit. Agricultural Marketing. Agricultural prices. Agricultural finance and rural indebtedness. Industrial Growth: performance and problems. Small scale and cottage industry- Meaning, importance and problems. Large scale industries: Iron and Steel, Sugar, Cement, Textiles. Industrial Finance: Sources, shortcomings and improvements. Industrial labour and trade union movements. New Economic Policy- Structural Adjustment Programme. Second Generation Reforms. Globalization and Indian Economy. World Trade Organization. TRIPS, Patent and India. file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 2/10

3 1. Datt, R. and Sundaram, K.P.M.-" Indian Economy", S. Chand and Company, New Delhi. 2. Dhingra, I.C.- " The Indian Economy- Environment and Policy", S. Chand and Company, New Delhi. 3. Agarwal, A.N.-" Indian Economy: Problems of Development and Planning", Wishwa Prakashan. 4. Mishra, S.K. and Puri, V.K.-" Indian Economy- Its Developmental Experience", Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai. 5. Uma Kapila - "Indian Economy Since Independence", Academic Foundation. 6. ts- ih- fejk & ^^Hkkjrh; vfkzo;olfkk**] lkfgr; Hkou ifcyds ku 7. ekeksfj;k,oa tsu & ^^Hkkjrh; vfkzo;olfkk** lkfgr; Hkou ifcyds ku Semesterwise Syllabus for Undergraduate Subject-Economics B.A. Part I SEMESTER-II Paper-1 Micro Economics Economies of Scale. Different concepts of Costs- Explicit and Implicit, Accounting, Opportunity, Total- Fixed and Variable, Marginal and Average costs and its relationships. Concept of Revenuetotal, Marginal and Average revenue, Break- even Point. Market- Concept and classification, Perfect Competition- Characteristics. Price and Output determination for firm and Industry. Market Equilibrium. Monopoly- Characteristics and price- output determination. Price discrimination. Monopolistic Competition- Characteristics and price- output determination. Factor Pricing- Theory of Marginal Productivity of Distribution. Theory of Wage and Rent- Classical and Modern. Theory of Interest- Classical and Keynesian Theories of Interest. Theory of Profit, Net and Gross Profit. Books recommended 1. Ray, N.C.- "An Introduction to Microeconomics", Macmillan Company, India. 2. Samuelson, P.A. and Nordhaus, W.D.- Economics, Tata McGraw Hill, New delhi. 3. Dewett, K.K.- Modern Economic Theory, S Chand & Company, New Delhi. 4. Lipsey, R.G. An Introduction to positive Economics A Condensed course. 5. ts- lh- iar,oa ts- ih- fejk & ^^vkffkzd fo ys"k.k** lkfgr; Hkou ifcyds ku 6. vjfoun volfkh,oa bunzk vfxugks=h & ^^vkffkzd fo ys"k.k** vkyksd izdk ku file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 3/10

4 Semesterwise Syllabus for Undergraduate Subject-Economics B.A. Part I SEMESTER-II Paper-II Indian Economy Infrastructure of Indian Economy- Irrigation, Power, Transport, Communication, Banking and Insurance. Social Infrastructure of Indian Economy- Health, Nutrition, Education, Knowledge and Skills, Housing and Sanitation. Occupational Distribution of Labour force. Planning in India- Objectives, Types of Planning, Strategy, Achievements and Failures, Analysis of Current Five Year Plan Basic Features of U.P. Economy- Land and Land Utilization Pattern. Agricultural Situation in U.P. Economy: Cropping pattern, productivity of major crops, Sources of Credit in Agriculture. Irrigation facilities. Main causes of Agricultural backwardness in U.P. Natural Resources- Forest, Water, Mineral. Demographic Features of U.P. Major Industries of U.P. and their problems. Services sector. 1. Datt, R. and Sundaram, K.P.M.-" Indian Economy", S. Chand and Company, New Delhi. 2. Dhingra, I.C.- " The Indian Economy- Environment and Policy", S. Chand and Company, New Delhi. 3. Agarwal, A.N.-" Indian Economy: Problems of Development and Planning", Wishwa Prakashan. 4. Mishra, S.K. and Puri, V.K.-" Indian Economy- Its Developmental Experience", Plimalaya Publishing House, Mumbai. 5. Uma Kapila - "Indian Economy Since Independence", Academic Foundation. 6. ts- ih- fejk & ^^Hkkjrh; vfkzo;olfkk**] lkfgr; Hkou ifcyds ku 7. ekeksfj;k,oa tsu & ^^Hkkjrh; vfkzo;olfkk** lkfgr; Hkou ifcyds ku Semester wise syllabus of B.A. Semester-III Paper-I National Income Accounting & Theory of Money file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 4/10

5 National Income Analysis: Concept and methods of measurement. Circular flow of income. Two sector, three sector and four sector models. Determination of National income under classical and Keynesian system. Monetary theories of Trade cycle. Value of Money:- Fisher and Cambridge Approach. Income Expenditure Approach. Keynes' Quantity theory. Inflation:- causes and effects. Relationship between inflation and unemployment (Phillip's Curve). Measures to control inflation. Concept of Stagflation, Deflation and Reflation. M.L.Seth- 'Money, Banking & International Trade and Public Finance', Laxmi Narayan Agarwal Press, Agra. M.L.Jhingan-' Monetary Economics', Vrinda Publications. G.C.Singhai & S.K.Singh - ' Mudra evam Banking', Sahitya Bhawan Publication, Agra. T.T.Sethi-' Mudra, Banking evam Videshi Vinimay', Laxmi Narayan Agarwal Press, Agra. Semester wise Syllabus of B.A. Semester-IV Paper-I Banking and Exchange Control Banking:- Types and functions. Assets and liabilities. Methods of credit creation. Central Banking:- Functions of Central Bank. Methods of credit control. Indian Money Market and its characteristics. Foreign Exchange:- Concept. Demand and Supply of Foreign Exchange. Exchange rate determination. Purchasing Power Parity Theory. Exchange Control: Objectives and Methods. International Monetary Institutions - IMF and IBRD. file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 5/10

6 M.L.Seth- 'Money, Banking & International Trade and Public Finance', Laxmi Narayan Agarwal Press, Agra. M.L.Jhingan- 'Monetary Economics', Vrinda Publications. G.C.Singhai & S.K.Singh Mudra evam Banking', Sahitya Bhawan, Publication, Agra. T.T.Sethi-' Mudra, Banking evam Videshi Vinimay', Laxmi Narayan Agarwal Press, Agra. Semester wise Syllabus of B.A. Semester-IV Paper-II Indian Public Finance and International Trade. Fiscal Policy:- its components & objectives. Role of Fiscal Policy in Developed and Developing economy. Fiscal and full employment. Role of fiscal policy in controlling inflation. Limitation of fiscal policy. Indian Public Finance:- Salient features of Indian Tax System. Sources of revenue and expenditures of Central government, State governments and local governments. Indian Federal Finance: Centre- State Financial Relations. Recommendations of Finance Commissions. International Trade:- Importance, Difference between Internal and International Trade. Theory of Absolute Cost Advantage. Theory of Comparative of Comparative Cost Advantage. Terms of Trade. Free trade and Protection. Foreign Trade of India and Trade policy. Balance of Trade and Balance of Payments. Equilibrium and Disequilibrium. Dr. B.P.Tyagi - 'Public Finance',Jai Prakash Nath&Company, Meerut. J.C.Varshney- 'Public Finance', Sahitya Bhawan Publication, Agra. S.K.Singh- Public Fiance', Sahitya Bhawan Publication, Agra. Dr.J.C.Singhai- 'Rajasva', Sahitya Bhawan Publication, Agra. M.L.Seth - 'Money, Banking & International Trade', Laxrni Narayan Agarwal Press, Agra Subject-Economics B.A. Part III Semester - V Paper - I Macro Economics file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 6/10

7 Introduction to Macro Economics: Nature, Scope, Importance and Limitations. Difference between Macro Economics and Macro Economics. Macro Economic Policy : Objectives and Control. Theory of employment. Classical and Keynesian Framework. General Equilibrium Model: Hicks - Hansen I S-L M Framework. Business Cycles; Hicks, Samuelson,Schumpeter, Concept of Accelerator and Multiplier. Welfare Economics: Definition. Economic and non- economic Welfare. Individual Welfare and Social Welfare. Old Welfare Economics - Pigou's Analysis. New Welfare Economics - Pareto's Analysis. Conditions of Paretian Optimum. Baumol, W.J. - "Welfare Economics and the Theory of the State." Shapiro, E. - "Macro Economic Analysis". Jhingan, M.L. - "Macro Economics Theory". Seth, M-L. - "Macro Economics". Vaish, M.C.:- "Samashti Arthsastra". Subject-Economics B.A. Part III SEMESTER-VI Paper-III Statistical Methods Definition, scope, importance and limitation of Statistics. Types of Statistical data. Methods of collection and tabulation of data. Diagrammatic and graphic presentations. Measure of Central Tendency- Mean, Median,Mode, Geometric mean, Harmonic mean, uartile. Measure of Dispersion- Range, Quartile Deviation, Standard deviation, Coefficient of Variation. Correlation analysis- Types of Correlation. Measurement of Correlation- Karl Pearson's Coefficient of Correlation and Spearman's Rank Correlation coefficient. Time Series Analysis- Utility of time series, components of time series. Time Series models- Addition and Multiplication model. Measurement of Trend- Graphic method, Moving Average method, fitting straight line trend. file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 7/10

8 Index Number- Calculation of Laaspayre Index Number, Paasche Index Number and Fisher Index Number. Central Statistical Organization. National Sample Survey Organization. Gupta, S.P.- "Statistical Methods". Singhal, Mohan- " Elements of Statistics". Agarwal, D.R.- "Elementary Mathematics and Statistics for Economists". Das, R.K. &Nagar, A.L.- "Basic Statistics". Elhance,D.N.- " Fundamental of Statistics". Subject - Economics B.A. Part III SEMESTER - V Paper 2: History of Economic Thought Unit -I Introduction, Nature & Significance of History of Economic thought/ Pre- Classical thought : Mercantilism, Physiocracy Evolution of Economic science and criticism of Mercantilism and Physiocracy by classical economist. Classical Economic Thought : Smith's Natural Philosophy and Economic Philosophy. The theory of Value: The Cause and Measure of Value. Growth of National Product and its Distribution. David Richardo: The Development of Labour theory of Value. The theory of Distribution and Growth. Malthusian Theory of Population. Neo- Malthusiari: J.B. Say's Law; Identity and Quantity theory of money, Keynes and Say's Law. The Downfall of the classical system. Evolution of New theory of Value of Distribution: Menger, Walras & Jevons, Extension of the new theory: Wieser, Bohm- Bawerk, Reference: 1. Schumpeter J. A.:- " History of Economic Analysis." 2. Stigler G.J. :- "Essay in the History of Economics" 3. Bhatia H.L.:- "History of Economic Thought." 4. Haney L.H.:-" History of Economic Thought." 5. Kulshrestha U.C.:-" History of Economic Thought." 6. Pant J.C. & Seth M.L.:-" History of Economic Thought.", file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 8/10

9 Subject-Economics B.A. Part III SEMESTER-V Paper-III Quantitative Techniques Algebra- Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression and Harmonic Progression. Matrix Algebrabasic operations, adjoint and inverse of matrices. Determinants. Coordinate Geometry- Equations of straight line, Circle and Parabola. Trigonometry- Basic Identities. Calculus- Limits and continuity of functions. Differentiation of functions of one variable. Logarithmic and Exponential functions. Partial Derivatives. Economic Applications. Calculus- Calculation of Maxima and Minima. Point of inflexion. Economic Applications. Mehta, B.C. & Madnani, G.M.K.- " Elementary Mathematics in Economics". Mehta, B.C. & Madnani, G.M.K.- "Mathematics for Economists". Sharma, J.K.- "Business Mathematics". Shukla, S.M. & Sahai, S.P.- "Parimanatmak Paddatiyan". Awasthi,G.D. & Nigam, S.K.- "Parimanatmak Paddatiyan". Subject-Economics B.A. Part III SEMESTER-VI Paper-I Economic Development and Regional Cooperation Economic Development: Definition; Features; Importance; Difference between Economic Growth and Economic development. Obstacles to Economic Growth and Economic development. Indicators of Economic Development- HDI, PQLI, GDI, GEM. Rostow's stages of Economic growth. Balanced growth and unbalanced growth. Dualistic Theories. Harrod Domar model of economic growth. Myrdal's theory of Circular Causation. Lewis theory of Unlimited Supply of Labour. Rosenstein- Rodan theory of Big push. Leibenstein's Critical Minimum Effort Thesis. Nelson's Low Level Equilibrium Trap. file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 9/10

10 International Financial Institutions: World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Asian Development Bank- their contribution in economic development. North- South Dialogue, South- South Cooperation.. New International Economic Order(NIEO). Regional Organizations: SAFTA, ASEAN, EU, BRIC :- their role in regional economic development. Meier, G.M.: " Leading Issues in Development Economics". Jhingan, M.L.- " The Economics of Development and Planning". Agarwal, R.C.:- " The Economics of Development and Planning". Lai, S.N. :- "Aarthik Vikas, Niyojan evam Paryavaran". Subject-Economics B.A. Part III SEMESTER-VI Paper II-History of Economic Thought Indian Economic Thought: Kautilya, Valluvar, Naoroji, Ranade and R.C. Dutt. Indian Economic Thought: M.N.Roy, Jawahar Lal Nehru, M.K.Gandhi, D.R.Gadgil and J.K.Mehta. Karl Marx- Chief tenets of Marxian thought, Dialectical Materialism, Capitalist crisis, Theory of Surplus value. Contributions of J.S.Mill and A.C.Pigou. Neo classicism: Marshall- Theory of Value, Demand and Supply, & Distribution. Wicksell's views on Savings and Investment & trade cycle. Schumpeter- Innovation theory, Views on Capitalism and Socialism. Schumpeter, J. A.:- "History of Economic Analysis". Stigler, G.J.:- "Essay in the History of Economics". Bhatia, H.L.:- "History of Economic Thought". Haney, L.H.:- "History of Economic Thought". Kulshrestha, U.C.:- "History of Economic Thought". Blaug, Marc.:- "An Economic Theory in Retrospect". file:///c:/documents and Settings/NPGC/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.MSO/WordWebPagePreview/5E mht 10/10

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