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Economics

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The Department of Economics was founded in 1914-15 under the able stewardship of Prof. V. G. Kale who was a member of Tariff Commission, Government of India. The department of Economics has hosted illustrious alumni who have contributed immensely to various fields of national policy making. The department has a very rich intellectual legacy and it has continued to enrich and deepen it further. The faculty members are actively involved in research activities wherein they regularly publish their work and participate in international conferences/seminars.

The goal of the Department of Economics is to focus on the provision of a competitive curriculum with evolved methods of instruction consistent with the finest traditions of a liberal arts education. Economics, being a perfect blend of both science and arts, provides the students with a broad educational experience that allows them to pursue varied professional and graduate school opportunities as well as immediate endeavours in the world of work upon graduation. The postgraduate programme at the department provides an in-depth exposure to the nuances of Economic theory and applications that enables the students to be confident about their understanding of the subject.

The Autonomy status of the College has allowed the Department to bloom further. The curriculum of the Undergraduate programme of the college allows students to be exposed to multiple disciplines and specialise only in one of them. The curriculum for the Economics Special papers has been particularly designed to provide a blend of theoretical knowledge of the subject along with applications of the same. The multi-disciplinary exposure of the students allows them to view Economics from a holistic perspective. The curriculum of the Postgraduate programme provides the students further insight into the subject matter. The students are offered elective papers every semester which allow them to strengthen their skills in some specific area within the discipline of Economics as per their liking. The faculty members are continuously involved in curriculum development in order to enrich the learning experience of the students.

The Autonomy status has also allowed the evaluation process to evolve providing the students with variety of evaluation tools and methodologies which makes learning more effective and hones their skills for the professional world.

The Department offers ADD-ON courses on Mathematics and Statistics for the undergraduate students to further strengthen their quantitative skills and make it easier for them to grasp the applications in Economics. The Department has also proposed a Post Graduate Diploma in Quantitative Economics to be offered from the academic year 2018-19.

 


Sr.No. Photo Name of the teacher Designation  
1 Dr. Rongate Surekha Tukaram
(M.A.,B.Ed.,Ph.D)
Assistant Professor And Head Teaching Faculty
2 Dr.Mrs.Nirmala Murlidhar Talape
(M.A.,B.Ed,M.Phil.,SET, Ph.D.)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
3 Ms. Saylee Jog
(B.Sc Economics, M.A. Economics, NET)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty
4 Ishita Ghoshal
(MA Economics, B.Sc. Economics Honours)
Assistant Professor Teaching Faculty

Note: Biodata of any of the above mentioned faculty member can be downloaded by clicking on their name.

  1. Dr. Rongate Surekha Tukaram,Assistant Professor And Head , M.A.,B.Ed.,Ph.D

    ·       ·         M. Phil  Awarded to 1 Student, Title of Dissertation: Indian industrial sector- Investment in FDI, Research Centre MES’s Abasaheb Garvare College, Pune University, 29th Aug. 2017

    ·         M. Phil submission of 2 students

    a)      Agricultural Policy of the Maratha Emperor and its relevance today, MES’s Abasaheb Garvare College, Pune. Dec-17 SPPU    

    b)      Viina Anudanit Tattvavarchalnarya Mahavidyalayatil Shikakanchya Samasya                      

    ·         Presented paper National Seminar on GST Merits and Demerits          Indrayani Mahavidyalay, Talegaon, Dabhade, Pune – 7, 9th and 10th Feb. 2018

    ·         Guest Lecture  India Agriculture Current Status: Problem and Prospects         Kalavatibadhe Women’s Condva, Pune -48, 6th Jan 2018

    ·         Expert lecture  Research Methodology            Mahatma Phule Arts, Science and Commerce College, Panvel, Mumbai, 17th Feb. 2018

    ·         Guidance to 2 projects of UG and PG level under CPE, Fergusson College, Pune 2017-18

    a)      Organic Agribusiness: Potential and Utilization.         

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  2. Dr.Mrs.Nirmala Murlidhar Talape,Assistant Professor , M.A.,B.Ed,M.Phil.,SET, Ph.D.

    ·        ·         Presented paper           Effect of Demonetization on Agriculture Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana, ASC College, Pune-412 207  5th February 2018

    ·         Published paper  in international journal, Publisher- International  Journal of Multifaceted and Multilingual Studies, ISSN Number-2394207x, Source- UNIV, Research Paper- IMPACT OF DEMONETIZATION ON INDIAN ECONOMY Pune 10th January, 2018

  3. Ms. Saylee Jog,Assistant Professor , B.Sc Economics, M.A. Economics, NET

    ·         Attended a workshop, Public Policy workshop conducted by Center for Civil Society, IIT- Mumbai, 20th January and 21st January 2018

    ·         Attended a conference, National seminar on The impact of demonetisation on different sectors of the economy, MU college of Commerce- Pune 18th January and 19th January 2018

  4. Ishita Ghoshal,Assistant Professor , MA Economics, B.Sc. Economics Honours

    ·         Published chapter in international book,          “Implications of Trade Liberalization for Food Security Under the ASEAN-India Strategic Partnership: A Gravity Model Approach” In: V. Erokhin, ed., Establishing Food Security and Alternatives to International Trade in Emerging Economies. [online] IGI Global, pp.98-118. (Scopus), IGI Global, pp.98-118. (Scopus), Jul-17

    ·         Presented paper at International Colloquium, “Cost-Push and Demand-Pull Inflation in India– A Frequency Domain Analysis” at Doctoral Colloquium on Management, Economics and Information Technology (DCMEIT-2017), University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun, 18th November 2017

    ·         Submitted PhD thesis “A Historical Causality Analysis of Inflation in India” under Dr. Asawa and Dr. Hatekar at Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune, 24th November, 2017

    ·         Invited as guest speaker,          Lecture on “India and the ASEAN- Focus on India & Singapore” for Nanyang Technological University, Singapore at Symbiosis Centre for International Education, Pune, 20th December, 2017

    ·         Invited as expert for external evaluation of Project, Jnana Prabodhini Prashala’s Futurology Project evaluation, Jnana Prabodhini Prashala, Pune, 16th January, 2018

    ·         Invited as Judge for Dr. D. R. Gadgil Paper Presentation Competition, 2018,  at Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune, 29th January, 2018

    Invited as guest speaker           for a 2 day workshop on “Modelling Economic Data through software” at Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce, Pune, 14th & 27th February 2018

    ·         Paper presented at International Conference, 54th Annual Conference of The Indian Econometric Society (International Conference), Vaishnodevi University, Katra, Jammu, 7th – 9th March, 2018

    ·         Primary investigator for project under Centre for Excellence, Modelling Expectations in Macroeconomics using Laboratory Experiments          Fergusson College (Autonomous), Pune, Dec  2017 – April 2018

    ·         Invited as guest speaker, ‘Time Series Econometrics in R’, Gokhale institute of Politics and Economics, Pune, April 2018.


 

 
 
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    Dr.Sharmishtha Matkar

    Sr.No

    Name of Principal Investigator

    Year

    Title Of Project

    Funding Agency

    Amount Sanctioned(In Rs.)

    Major/ Minor/Any Other

    1

    Dr.Sharmishtha Matkar

    2009

    Globalization & Software Industry

    UGC

    65,000.00

    Minor

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    Savitribai Phule Pune University BCUD Funded Minor Research Project of Rs. 1,70,000/- for period of 2016-17 To 2018-19