Department of Economics, established in the year 2010, currently offers four programs i.e. M.A. Economics, Integrated M.Sc. Economics, Integrated M.Sc. B.Ed. and Ph.D. Economics. The objective of the program is to equip the students with theories and tools of economic analysis in major areas of its application. 

The department focuses on theoretical and quantitative analysis in its curriculum. The main objective of the master's program is to equip the students with theories and tools of economic analysis in major areas of its application and focus on the emerging area of Environmental Economics. The department aims to enable the students to understand the principles, theories, and applications of microeconomics, macroeconomics, public economics, development economics, international economics, and monetary economics and to develop multidisciplinary skills among the students to tackle the complex environmental and economic issues.

M. A. Economics (2 Years)

Program Objectives

  1. To enable the students to understand the principles, theories, and applications of microeconomics, macroeconomics, public economics, development economics, international economics, Environment economics, and monetary economics to conduct academic research in areas having socio-economic, environment, money, and finance.
  2. To develop multidisciplinary skills among the students to deal with policy-related issues
  3. To train the students to apply mathematical methods and econometric tools to understand the interaction between the variables.

Student Intake =30

Eligibility: Bachelor's degree in Economics as one of the subjects from any recognized University with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate for general category and 45% or equivalent grade for SC/ST/OBC/PWD/EWS candidates

Integrated M. Sc. Economics (5 Years)

Program Objective

The objective of the Integrated M.Sc. The economics program is to impart students rigorous and hands-on training in Economics, with special emphasis on analytical and problem-solving skills, and in-depth understanding of the theoretical and empirical construct in the field of Economics. This will make the students acquire a level of subject knowledge, enabling them to achieve high-quality skills suitable for various professions, especially in the field of data analysis and economic policymaking. The program aims to give them a professional character and enable students to participate usefully in industry and research jobs.

Student Intake =35

Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent of any recognized board in India with Economics and mathematics or mathematics as one of the optional subjects having 50% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate for general category and 45% or equivalent grade for SC/ST/OBC/PWD/EWS candidates

Integrated M. Sc. B.E d. Economics (3 Years)

Program Objective

•The M.Sc. Bed Programme is intended to enable the students to understand the principles, theories, and applications of both disciplines of economics and education

•To develop classroom teaching skills and pedagogy of economics education

•To apply the economic concepts and tools to the research in the economics and education field

Student Intake =30

Eligibility: B.Sc./B.A./BBA Degree or its equivalent from a recognized University with minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate for general category and 45% marks or equivalent grade for SC/ST/OBC/PWD/EWS candidates with Economics as one of the main subjects.

Ph. D. in Economics

Program Objective

The Ph.D. The program is intended to provide the highest level of training in economics through coursework and thesis; strengthen teaching and research capacity. It aims to build a community of scholars who can identify upcoming economic issues, direct the development of relevant data and provide leadership to master’ students. The Programme integrates theory, tools, and applications into academic teaching, ensuring that the theory is firmly grounded on the empirical side.

Eligibility: A Consistently good academic record possessing a Master's Degree in the subject concerned or in a cognate/allied with a minimum of 55% marks or equivalent grade from a recognized university at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, 5% relaxation in the minimum requirement of marks is granted to SC/ST/OBC/PWD/EWS candidates.

 

Regular

Dr. Hemlata Manglani

Assistant Professor and Coordinator

M.A.(Eco), NET, SLET, M.Phil., Ph.D.

hemamanglani@curaj.ac.in

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Prof. Nagendra Ambedkar Sole

Professor and Head

M.A (Political Science), M.Phil (University of Hyderabad), Ph.D (Osmania University)

snambedkar@curaj.ac.in

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Dr. Pragati Jain

Assistant Professor

M.A.,M.Phil, Ph.D.

pragatijain@curaj.ac.in

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Dr. Pramod Kumar Naik

Assistant Professor

M.A. Applied Eco, NET & JRF, M.Phil, Ph.D (IIT Bombay)

pramod_eco@curaj.ac.in

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Dr. Satyanarayana Murthy Dogga

Assistant Professor

M.A. (Economics), Ph.D. (Pondicerry University)

satyanarayana_eco@curaj.ac.in

9783973758

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Department Computer Lab is equipped with 24 systems and E-views, SPSS, and STATA analytical software 

 

 

PI & Project titles

Funding Agencies

(National/ International)

Total Grants Received/ Approved

Dr Pragati Jain,

Impact of Mining And Subsequent Livelihood Shifts On The Health Status Of Tribals Of Southern Rajasthan.

UGC (National)

Year 2018

Approx. 9.3 Lac

Dr. Hemlata Manglani

Empowering Tribal Women through Microfinance: An Impact Study of Self Help Groups Based Interventions in Southern Region of Rajasthan

IMPRESS, ICSSR (National)

The year 2019-2021

 7 Lac

Dr. Pragati Jain

International Water Management Institute “Decoding Best Implementation Practices of MJSA” 

Consultancy project

 

1.5 Lac

Achievement Title Attached File
  • Dr. Pramod Kumar Naik: Ph.D. Excellence award by IIT Mumbai in the year 2016

  • Dr. Hemlata Manglani

    Member of Advisory Board AIU: 2018-19

    Vice-President of Rajasthan Economic Association, 2015

    Expert Discussion on Rajasthan Doordarshan on “Security aspects of Cashless Transactions and Economy in India” on 11th May 2017

    Story Coverage by the Hindu: Ashima Dogra (Author) on “Empowering Policies: Hemlata Manglani’s Micro-Finance policy helped in Empowering Women in Rural India” published in The Hindu (Edge) on April 30th, 2018(The Hindu http://www.thehindu.com/education/empowering-policies/article23707770.ece)

    Coverage by Lifeofscience.com- an Economist Who Helps Women Help themselves” https://thewire.in/38412/an-economist-who-helps-women-help-themselves

    Contribution to Rajasthan Budget Preparation at Finance Secretary, Rajasthan 2017

Students’ Achievements

National Level achievements

Geromic George –           Representation at National Level Youth-festival in Quiz competition and secured the third position at Tirupati (2011), secured second position in Quiz at 27th West-zone Youth-Festival at Jiwaji University Gwalior (2010),

Secured Second Position in Quiz at 28th West-Zone Youth Festival at MLSU, Udaipur (2011)

Chandan Dubey- Best NSS volunteer in National Integration Camp at all India Level during 2015 organized at Bagalkot, Karnataka

Deepanshu Lakhwan: Represented University at National Level Youth-Festival at Shivaji University Kolhapur during 2017 in Installation event of Fine Arts,

Third Position in Installation event under the category of Fine Arts event of 32 nd West Zone Youth Festival 2016-17 organized by Ganpat University Mehsana Sponsored by Association of Indian Universities

Distinguish & Notable Alumni of the Department

Name of the Notable Alumni

Batch

Department

Present Position

 Geromic George

 2010-2012

 Economics

 IAS officer, Government of Kerala, Worked as Assistant Collector, Kannur district, Kerala, Director Sports and Youth Affairs, CEO Kerala Maritime Board, Registrar Cooperative Societies, Director Kerala Youth Leadership Academy, Founding Managing Director Sports Kerala Foundation, Secretary State Land Board and Joint Commissioner Land Revenue

Ram Bagaria

2013-2015

Economics

Assistant Professor, Central University of Bihar

Nisha Yadav

2013-2015

Economics

An Advocate and First Runner up of India’s  Next Top Model MTV season 4

Prahlad Dhakad

2013-15

Economics

Assistant Professor, Govt. College Affiliated to MLSU

Gajendra Meena

2011-2013

Economics

Assistant Professor Govt. Girls College Dooni Tonk

Shashank Dave

2011-2013

Economics

Assistant Professor at Jai Narayan Mohanlal Purohit Government College, Phalodi 

Narendra Jarwal

2011-2013

Economics

School Assistant Professor, Govt. School Ambawali, Chhota Sadari, Pratapgarh

Narendra Singh

2011-2013

Economics

Assistant Professor, Govt. College Rajasthan

Maha Singh 2011-2013 Economics Assistant Professor, Govt. Girls College Hanumangarh, Rjsthan
Suresh Kumar Saini 2011-2013 Economics  PGT Economics, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan HPCL Jagiroad Morigan Assam
Rakesh Kumar Saini 2011-2013 Economics Block Statistical Officer, Bakani, Jhalawar, Department of Directorate of Economics and Statistics of Rajasthan

Kirandeep Kaur

PG 2010-2012

Ph.D. 2012-2017

Economics

Assistant Statistical Officer, Shri Ganganagar, Department of Directorate of Economics and Statistics of Rajasthan 

Deepika Chaturvedi

2012-2014

Economics

Assistant Statistical Officer, Sawai Madhopur

Usha Meena

2012-2014

Economics

Assistant Professor at Directorate of Education, GNCT Delhi

Kajor Meena

2012-2014

Economics

Assistant Professor, Govt. Women College Puducherry

Jitendra Choudhary

2014-2016

Economics

Progress Extension Officer at Panchayat Samiti,  sumerpur, Pali

Ekata Poonia

2016-2019

Economics

PGT, Navoday Vidyalaya Samiti Fatehabad

Rajani

2016-2019

Economics

PGT, Navoday Vidyalaya Samiti Indore

Students cleared UGC NET/JRF/SET

 

1. Akanksha Saharan (Semester III, M.A. Economics Batch 2018-20)

2. Utkarsh Berwal (Semester IX, Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2015-20)

3. Pulkita Jain (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2014-19)

4. Amresh Kumar (Semester IX, Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2015-20)

5. Mansi Baheti (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2013-18)

6. Keshav Soni (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2013-18)

7. Afsha Siddiqui (Integrated M.Sc. B.Ed. Economics, Batch 2016-19)

8. Ekta Kumari (Integrated M.Sc. B.Ed. Economics, Batch 2016-19)

9. Rajani Choudhary (Integrated M.Sc. B.Ed. Economics, Batch 2016-19)

10. Aditi Rohatgi (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2014-19) JRF

11. Chinmay (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2014-19) JRF

12. Tejaram Netar (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2014-19)

13. Ekta Saini (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2014-19)

14. Tasleem Khanam (Integrated M.Sc. B.Ed. Economics, Batch 2016-19)

15. Keshav Soni (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2013-18)

16. Shubham Soni (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2013-18)

17. Monika Bhati (M.A. Economics Batch 2015-17)

18. Shobhna Sikhwal (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2013-18)

19. Suman Lumror (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2014-19)

20. Kamal ludhani (Integrated M.Sc.Economics, Batch 2014) JRF

21. Balraj (M.A. Eco batch 2015-17)

22. Sitaram (Integrated M.Sc. Economics Batch 2017-21) JRF

23. Nitish (Integrated M.Sc. Economics Batch 2017-21)

24. Priti (Integrated M.Sc. Economics Batch 2017-21) JRF

25. Manuj Jha (M.A. Economics Batch 2019-21) JRF

26. Jyoti Meena (M.A. Economics Batch 2019-21)

27. Bhawna Mudgal (Ph.D. Scholar Batch 2020) JRF

28. Jaishree Sharma (Ph.D. Scholar Batch 2021) JRF          

29. Saba Gulnaz (Ph.D. Scholar Batch 2018) JRF

30. Suruchi Shrimali (M.A. Economics Batch 2017-19) JRF

31. Abhinash (M.A. Economics Batch 2014-16)

32. Krishna J Nair (M.A. Economics Batch 2015-17) JRF

33. Kundan Kumar (M.A. Economics Batch 2016-18)

34. Madhuri (M.A. Economics Batch 2016-18)

35. Shivangi Sharma (M.A. Economics Batch 2013-15) SET

36. Princy Tak (Integrated M.Sc. Economics Batch 2016-2020)

37. Subodh (Integrated M.Sc. B.Ed. Economics Batch 2019-2022) SET

38. Shardendu Sharma (M.A. Economics, Batch 2017-2019)

39. Surbhi Sethi (Integrated M.Sc. Economics Batch 2014-19) JRF

40. Aswathi Nair (M.A. Economics Batch 2013-2015)

41. Prahlad Dhakad (M.A. Economics Batch 2013-15)

42. Ghanshyam Rajpurohit (M.A. Economics Batch 2013-15)

43. Ashish Thakur (Integrated M.Sc. Economics Batch 2013-2018)

44. Jitendra Choudhary (M.A. Economics Batch 2014-16)

45. Kirandeep Kaur (M.A. Economics Batch 2010-2012)

46. Poorvi Medatwal (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-13)

47. Khushboo Sharma (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-13)

48. Nikita Puri (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-13)

49. Gajendra Meena (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-13)

50. Ram Lal Bagaria (M.A. Economics Batch 2013-15)

51. Kajor Meena (M.A. Economics Batch 2012-2014)

52. Mansi Vinaik (M.A. Economics Batch 2012-2014)

53. Harshit Gupta (M.A. Economics Batch 2014-16)

54. Amit Sharma (M.A. Economics Batch 2014-16)

55. Shashank Dave (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-2013)

56. Narendra Singh (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-2013)

57. Shaifali Kumawat (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-2013)

58. Maha Singh (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-2013)

59. Chandra Prakash Saini (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-2013)

60. Suresh Kumar Saini (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-2013)

61. Rakesh Kumar Saini (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-2013)

62. Harsh Chauhan (M.A. Economics Batch 2011-2013)

 

 

 

Department of Economics

CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN
NH-8, Bandar Sindri,
Dist-Ajmer-305817, Rajasthan [INDIA]

Email: hod.eco@curaj.ac.in