B.Sc (Hons)


From the micro to the macro, theory to application, the undergraduate honours degree in Economics at BESC gives you the foundation for a career in diverse fields like academics, public policy, journalism and more. Covering a wide range of topics including Macro and Microeconomics, Development Theory, Indian and International Economy, Econometrics and Applied Economics, our modules give you a strong and competitive understanding of the discipline.

Course Structure

Choice Based Credit System


Course CodeName of CourseSemesterMarks
CC-1Introductory Microeconomics [Theory plus Tutorial]1100
CC-2Mathematical Method for Ecomomics-I[Theory plus Tutorial]1
GE-1Introductory Microeconomics (Applicable for students opting for Economics as Generic Elective)1100
AECC-1Communicating English/ Modern Indian Languages(MIL)1100
CC-3Introductory Macroeconomics [Theory plus Tutorial]2100
CC-4Mathematical Method for Ecomomics-II[Theory plus Tutorial]2100
GE-2Introductory Macroeconomics (Applicable for students opting for Economics as Generic Elective)2100
AECC-2Environmental Studies2100
CC-5Intermediate Microeconomics-1 [Theory plus Tutorial]3100
CC-6Intermediate Macroeconomics-1 [Theory plus Tutorial]3100
CC-7Statictics for Economics[Theory plus Tutorial]3100
GE-3Issues in Economic Development and India (Applicable for students opting for Economics as Generic Elective)3100
SE-1Data Analysis[Theory]/Rural Development[Theory]3100
CC-8Intermediate Microeconomics-II [Theory plus Tutorial]4100
CC-9Intermediate Macroeconomics-II [Theory plus Tutorial]4100
CC-10Introductory Econometrics[Theory plus Tutorial]4100
GE-4Indian Economic Policies (Applicable for students opting for Economics as Generic Elective)4100
SE-2Research Methodology [Theory]/Managerial Economics [Theory]4100
CC-11International Economics [Theory plus Tutorial]5100
CC-12India Economy[Theory plus Tutorial based Term Paper]5100
DSE-A(1)Applied Econometrics or Economic History of India (1857-1947)5100
DSE-B(1)Comparative Economic Development (1850-1950) or Financial Economics (FE)5100
CC-13Public Economics[Theory plus Tutorial]6100
CC-14Development Economics[Theory plus Tutorial]6100
DSE-A(2)Money and Financial Markets (MFM) (5+1) or Issues in Indian Economy (IIE) (4+2)6100
DSE-B(2)Environmental Economics (EE) or Issues in Development Economics (IDE)6100


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Course Eligibility

A candidate taking up Honours Course in a subject must have obtained at the previous qualifying examination a minimum of:

55% marks in Economics + PASS marks in Mathematics


45% marks in Economics + 50% marks in BO4 + PASS marks in Mathematics


  • If the candidate has not studied Economics in class XII, he / she needs to achieve the above-mentioned marks in Mathematics to apply for Economics (H).
  • Candidate passed in Business Mathematics is not eligible for Admission.
  • Please also read General Eligibility Criteria, Under Admissions.
Course Duration

3 Years

Course Hours

10:15 am to 4:30 pm (Day Session, Co-Ed)

Course Fees

₹ 24,725 (First Semester)