Economics Profile

Department of Economics History

The Department of Economics was established during the academic year 1990 with the aim of bringing young talent in rural area in the field of Economics with the support of philanthropic management, talent and well experienced faculty, library, seminar hall. The department is already produced many successful batches to the society. 

Economics department vision and mission

Vision: “To be a leading hub of economic thought and research, fostering a global community of scholars committed to understanding and shaping the dynamics of economic systems for the betterment of society.”


  • Conduct cutting-edge research that contributes to the advancement of economic knowledge.
  • Provide rigorous academic programs that equip students with analytical skills and a deep understanding of economic principles.
  • Cultivate an inclusive and collaborative learning environment that encourages critical thinking and innovation.
  • Engage with policymakers, businesses, and communities to apply economic insights for informed decision-making.
  • Foster a commitment to ethical values, social responsibility, and sustainable development within the field of economics.

Department policies 

    1. Academic Integrity:
      • Clearly define expectations regarding plagiarism, cheating, and other forms of academic dishonesty.
      • Outline consequences for violations of academic integrity.
    2. Grading Policy:
      • Specify grading criteria and the weightage of different assessments.
      • Provide information on how grades are calculated and any grading curves that may be applied.
    3. Attendance:
      • Clearly state the department’s stance on attendance requirements for classes and any consequences for excessive absenteeism.
    4. Code of Conduct:
      • Define behavioral expectations for students and faculty within the department.
      • Address issues related to professionalism, respect, and collaboration.
    5. Research and Publication Ethics:
      • Provide guidelines on ethical conduct in research, including human subjects, data management, and authorship.
    6. Advising and Mentoring:
      • Outline the department’s commitment to providing academic advising and mentoring support to students.
      • Detail the process for selecting and working with academic advisors.
    7. Technology and Equipment Use:
      • Specify policies regarding the use of departmental facilities, equipment, and technology.
      • Address issues related to computer labs, software usage, and data access.
    8. Inclusivity and Diversity:
      • Highlight the department’s commitment to fostering an inclusive and diverse environment.
      • Provide information on resources available to support underrepresented groups.
    9. Complaints and Grievances:
      • Clearly articulate the procedure for addressing complaints or grievances from students or faculty members.
      • Ensure transparency in the resolution process.
    10. Professional Development:
      • Outline opportunities for professional development for faculty members, such as conferences, workshops, and research support.
    11. Safety and Emergency Procedures:
      • Communicate safety protocols for various situations, including emergency evacuations and reporting procedures.
S.No. Staff Details Designation Profile
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  • In charge of the Department.
  • Class Work.
  • Criteria 1 coordinator.
  • Assistant Controller
  • Convener certificate course
  • Time Table preparation and approval committee member
  • Chairperson of Board of Studies Meeting (certificate course)
  • Syllabus completion and Class work Review
  • Conduct of Remedial Classes
  • And any other activity assigned by the College