Economics career options are much sought after for intellectual students and those who are interested in making a career in business and finance. Economics is about choice and the impact of our choices on one another. It relates to every aspect of our lives, from the decisions we make as individuals or families to the structures created by governments and firms. The economic way of thinking can help us make better choices.

The study of economics provides a good opportunity to gain an edge in today’s rapidly globalizing world. Well-trained economists are in huge demand across industries, not only at the national but at the international level as well. In recent years, there has been a sudden spurn in the demand for economic analysts, researchers and consultants as they are well-equipped and trained to effectively handle the increasing complexities of a rapidly globalizing and competitive society. In order to excel today in the fields of industry, trade, commerce, banking, insurance, finance and the like, one needs to have the competitive edge. It is precisely against this backdrop that the study of economics opens up the doors of a wide variety of the most sought-after career options.

For, the students of economics are provided with deep insights into how an economy functions at the macro-level and how the markets operate at the micro-level. In addition, imparting the knowledge of economics also entails developing sufficient groundings into statistical and mathematical methods for economics, econometrics, public finance, monetary economics, international economics, development economics and economic policy-making, all of which are extremely desirable from the practical perspective of building a career whether in the public sector, private sector or even non-government organizations.

  • BA in Economics (Hons.)
  • BA in Economics
  • B. Sc. In Economics (Hons.)
  • B. Sc. In Economics
  • Economic Journalism
  • Economic and Financial research
  • Private Sector Firms
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Government/Private Sector Banks
  • Other Financial Institutions
  • Financial services and consultancy firms
  • National Council for Applied Economic Research
  • Planning Commission
  • Reserve Bank of India
  • World Bank
  • Asian Development Bank
  • International Monetary Fund
  • Export-Import Houses
  • Multinational Trading Corporations
  • National Institute of Public Finance and Policy
  • Micro economics
  • Macro economics
  • Financial Economics
  • Econometrics
  • Welfare Economics
  • Behavioral Economics
  • International Economics
  • Environmental Economics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Monetary Economics
  • labor Economics
  • Energy Economics
  • Pass grade or 60% marks in Std. 12 (10+2 or equivalent examination)

Each college has a separate procedure for admissions. They either have an entrance exam or give admissions on basis of the 12th Std. Marks of the student or a combination of both.

  • Most exams are held from the last week of April to the first or second week of June.
  • Notifications are published in leading newspapers from the 1st week of December
  • The Application process for most of colleges ends by 31st March

We have five programs for Post 12th Economics Entrance Exam Preparation – 2 Year, 1 Year, Crash, Crash Extended and Correspondence Programmes.