M.A.(Economics)Sahaswi Group of Institutions
MA Economics or Master of Arts in Economics is a 2 years long postgraduation course that is divided into 4 semesters. With a blend of all the aspects of economics in a society, MA Economics broadly and commonly focuses on topics like macroeconomics, microeconomics, public economics, econometry, international and financial economics.
MA Economics Admission Process
Admission in universities like Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Manipal University and many others is done through entrance exams, but there are colleges like Christ University, Loyola College, University of Hyderabad and some more that rely on merit-based admission.
Different patterns of admission are followed by universities like IGNOU and Karnataka State Open University as they provide distance education by direct admission. However, certain Colleges like Delhi University and Department of Business Economic reserve a percentage of seats for merit-based admissions.
MA Economics Eligibility
The eligibility standards are different for admissions through entrance exams and merit basis, but students eager to pursue their masters in economics must fulfill the mentioned-below MA Economics eligibility criteria.
- A bachelor degree in economics or in a relevant field of study.
- A minimum percentage of 50% at the level of graduation is required.
MA Economics Entrance Exams
Compiled below is the list of few popular MA Economics exams that are conducted by various colleges in India every year.