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CurriculumBSS (Hons) in Economics ProgramEffective from Session 2016-2017Approved in 155th Academic Council Meeting of Khulna University held on 15.12.2016Economics DisciplineSocial Science SchoolKhulna University

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsPreambleThe developing countries are continuously struggling to attain abetter standard of living for their people. Bangladesh has already passedmore than four decades since her independence, but still needs to go along way to ensure a decent standard of living for its people. To moveahead, trained economists well equipped with knowledge and ideas canbest contribute to utilizing resources of the country properly. Thesouthwestern region of Bangladesh being naturally endowed withresource base, require innovative knowledge of economists which canplay an important role for its efficient utilization. The EconomicsDiscipline of Khulna University has been trying to play a dominant rolein this regard.Khulna University, the outcome of a long-drawn movement ofthe people of southwestern region of Bangladesh, has launched differentdisciplines under different schools with the passage of time. In thischronology, Economics Discipline under Social Science School of theUniversity started its journey in 1999 through offering a four-yearBachelor of Social Science (BSS) Honors in Economics program. Inaddition to this, the Discipline is currently offering an eighteen-monthMaster of Social Science (MSS) in Economics program and a sixteenmonth Masters of Development Policy and Studies (MDPS) programwith the aim of addressing the development issues of the southwesternregion of Bangladesh.2

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsThe Discipline is committed to produce skilled professionaleconomists who will be best suited to the challenging world of the newmillennium. Curriculum designing and syllabus modification is animportant attempt for attaining that commitment. Hence, from time totime, efforts have been made to upgrade the contents of the syllabi of theongoing programs to enrich them with the aim of producing qualityproduct to meet the emerging challenges of national and internationaleconomies.Curriculum designing and modification of syllabi, no doubt, is ahuge task involving merit, time, effort and money. The present versionof curriculum is the result of such a combined venture through thesupport from the University Grants Commission (UGC) under theauspices of World Bank and the Government of the Peoples’ Republic ofBangladesh. Hence, Economics Discipline of Khulna Universityexpresses heartfelt gratitude and conveys thanks to University GrantsCommission (UGC), World Bank and the Government of Peoples’Republic of Bangladesh.3

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in Economics1. Program Name:Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) in Economics2. Vision:The vision of the program is to face the challenges and utilize theadvantages of economic globalization through building up aknowledge-based economy aimed at achieving academicexcellence.3. Mission:The mission of this program is to produce competent graduatesequipped with both theoretical and research based knowledge onnew and cutting-edge insights in the field of agriculture, industry,environment, money and banking, international trade and othereconomic issues to face the challenges and utilize the advantagesof globalization for achieving sustainable development withspecial focus on the south-west region of Bangladesh.4. Program Objectives:The program is intended to produce high quality graduates whoare intellectually and technically competent in building careers invarious fields of economics.The objectives of the program are to: Provide basic understanding of economic theory andanalytical tools that can be used in economic decisionmaking process. Facilitate learners’ linking economic theories and practicewith a view to solving real life problems and contributingto socio-economic and community development. Promote understanding of national and internationaleconomic problems and framing policy in the field of4

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in Economics agriculture, industry, environment and other economicsectors.Nurture stimulating academic environment throughexchange and research collaboration with renownedscholars and professionals.Cultivate principles of ethics and social responsibility inthe mindset of the students.Place special focus on diagnosing the economy of thesouth-west region of Bangladesh.Comply with employability needs to meet demands forhigh-quality graduates.5. Learning Outcomes:At the end of the program the students will be able to: Demonstrate economic concepts, theories, models and dataanalysis techniques to appraise Bangladesh economy withspecial focus on the south-west region of Bangladesh. Analyze the root causes and probable solutions to existingproblems in the economy of Bangladesh, through applyingtheoretical and analytical framework of economics. Evaluate alternative solutions to an economic problemthrough using appropriate analytical framework and selectthe optimum one. Appraise current economic events from both local andglobal perspective. Identify the behavior of different economic agents andchalk out optimum practice for community and societaldevelopment. Make students engaged in independent learning throughinvolvement in research and project works. Help developing partnership with different stakeholders toaddress regional development issues.5

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in Economics Internalize the normative aspects and ethical values ofeconomic decision making and actively apply those atpersonal and community level.Exercise the qualities of scholarly attainment, sense ofresponsibility and accountability in the familial,professional, and social environment.Develop skills to handle independent research and delivereffective presentations.Expand the frontier of acquired knowledge through furtherindependent learning, and, thus, add to existing knowledgebank.6. Course Structure:Program durationNumber of termsTerm durationTotal number of credit availableMinimum credit to be earnedMinimum credit to be earned from core coursesMinimum credit to be earned from optional courses6: 4 Years: 08: 21 Weeks: 187.5: 136: 111: 25

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in Economics6.1 Summary of Credit Distribution:6.1.1: Credit Distribution by Subject Area of CoursesArea of StudyArts and HumanitiesSociologyPolitical Computer SciencePrinciples adesh EconomyEconomics ofdifferent Sectors(agriculture, industry,institutional, region)DemographyDevelopment Issuesand PlanningPovertyProject ManagementEnvironment, ClimateChange and DisasterManagementMoney, Trade,Finance, Globalizationand 7.510.571111876.510.525187.57Core Optional333-333

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in Economics6.1.2: Credit Distribution by Status of ondFirstSecondFirstSecondFirstSecondEightCore Optional Total Theory SessionalCourses Courses Credit Courses 8.5111.076.5 187.5153. Course Distribution by Status and rdSecondFirstFourthSecondTotalEightFirstCore OptionalTotal Theory SessionalCourses Courses Courses Courses 277051198

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in Economics6.1.4: Credit Distribution by Nature of 38.049.525.

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in Economics6.2: Course Outline:Term-wise course outline for the entire program is given below.Year: First; Term: FirstCourseNo.Econ 1101Econ 1103Math 1151Math 1152Eng 1153CSE 1154Soc 1155TotalCourse TitleStatusMicroeconomics ICoreBangladesh Economy ICoreMathematics for Economists ICoreSessional on Mathematics forCoreEconomists ICommunicative EnglishCoreComputer Application Lab.CoreGovernment and PoliticsCoreTheory courses 5, Sessional courses 2Core courses 7, Optional courses 0Contact HourTheory 15718.5Year: First; Term: SecondCourseNo.Econ 1201Econ 1203Macroeconomics IBangladesh Economy IICoreCoreEcon 1204Bangladesh Economy Fieldworkand StudioCoreEcon 1205Stat 1251Stat 1252BA 1253Soc 1255TotalCourse TitleStatusEconomic GeographyOptionalStatistics for Economists ICoreSessional on Statistics forCoreEconomists IPrinciples of AccountingOptionalPrinciples of SociologyCoreTheory courses 6, Sessional courses 2Core courses 6, Optional courses 210Contact HourTheory .03.018721.5

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsYear: Second; Term: FirstCourseNo.Econ 2101Econ 2103Econ 2105Development Economics IUrban EconomicsAgricultural EconomicsCoreOptionalCoreEcon 2106Economic Activities Study Fieldwork and StudioCoreEcon 2107Econ 2109Math 2151Math 2152BA 2153TotalCourse TitleStatusContact HourTheory Sessional303030Money and BankingCorePoverty, Inequality and GenderOptionalIssuesMathematics for Economists IICoreSessional on Mathematics forCoreEconomists IIManagementOptionalTheory courses 7, Sessional courses 2Core courses 6,Optional courses 4.5Year: Second; Term: SecondCourse No.Econ 2201Econ 2203Econ 2204Econ 2205Econ 2207Stat 2251Stat 2252BA 2253CSE 2254TotalCourse TitleStatusDevelopment Economics IICoreRural DevelopmentCoreRural Development Issues CoreFieldwork and StudioResource EconomicsCorePatterns of EconomicOptionalDevelopmentStatistics for Economists IICoreSessional on Statistics forCoreEconomists IIBusiness CommunicationOptionalData Analysis and StatisticalCoreSoftware Lab.Theory courses 6, Sessional courses 3Core courses 7,Optional courses 211Contact HourTheory 303.0031.5181023.0

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsYear: Third; Term: FirstCourse No.Course TitleStatusEcon 3101Econ 3103Econ 3105Econ 3107Microeconomics IIEconomic PlanningEnvironmental EconomicsPublic FinanceFiscal Management – Fieldworkand StudioPopulation StudiesEconomics of South-westernBangladeshCoreOptionalCoreCoreEcon 3108Econ 3109Econ 3111Math 3151Math 3152TotalContact HourTheory al303.0Optional303.0Advanced Mathematics for Economists Optional303.0032.021724.5Sessional on AdvancedOptionalMathematics for EconomistsTheory courses 7, Sessional courses 2Core courses 4, Optional courses 5Year: Third; Term: SecondContact HourTheory Sessional303030CourseNo.Econ 3201Econ 3203Econ 3205Macroeconomics IIHistory of Economic ThoughtResearch MethodologyEcon 3206Research Methodology Fieldwork andStudioCore031.5Econ 3207International EconomicsCore303.0Econ 3208Current Economic Affairs Fieldworkand StudioCore031.5Econ 3209Econ 3211Financial EconomicsEntrepreneurship ourse TitleStatusCoreOptionalCoreTheory courses 6, Sessional courses 2Core courses 5,Optional courses 312Credit3.03.03.0

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsYear: Fourth; Term: FirstCourse No.Econ 4101Econ 4102Econ 4103Econ 4104Econ 4105Econ 4107Econ 4109Econ 4111Econ 4113TotalCourse TitleContact HourTheory Sessional30043004StatusApplied EconomicsThesis ProposalEconometrics ISessional on Econometrics IRegional EconomicDevelopmentEconomics of Climate ChangeIslamic EconomicsIndustrial EconomicsInstitutional courses 7, Sessional courses 2Core courses 3,Optional courses 6Year: Fourth; Term: SecondCourseNo.Econ 4201Econ 4202Econ 4203Econ 4204Econ 4205Econ 4207Econ 4209Econ 4211Econ 4212URP 4251URP 4252TotalCourse TitleStatusProject Planning and EvaluationTechniqueThesisEconometrics IISessional on Econometrics IITransport EconomicsEconomics of DisasterManagementInternational FinanceGlobalization and InternationalCooperationComprehensive Viva VoceGeographic Information SystemGeographic Information System– reOptional03201.03.0Optional031.5211729.5Theory courses 7, Sessional courses 4Core courses 5,Optional courses 613Contact HourTheory Sessional

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in Economics6.3: Course Profile: Detailed descriptions of all individualcourses are given below. Course profile includes information oncourse number, course title, course credit, offering year and term,course status, rationale, course objectives, Intended LearningOutcomes (ILOs) and course content.Course No.: Econ 1101Credit: 3.0Year:Term:FirstFirstCourse Status: CoreCourse Title: Microeconomics IRationale:The course is designed to make the beginners oriented with the basicmicroeconomic tools to be used in courses at advanced level.Course Objectives:The aim of this course is to: Acquaint students with the basic tools of microeconomics. Help them conceptualize basic theories in this branch ofeconomics. Make the students understand the link between microeconomictheory and real life practices. Develop skills to analyze day to day economic issues.Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):At the end of this course students will be able to: Gather basic knowledge regarding concepts used inmicroeconomics and the theories developed through using theseconcepts. Understand and analyze the nature of consumer and producerbehavior. Demonstrate how buyers and sellers interact in the market tosettle equilibrium price and quantity. Evaluate the determinants of production decision of theproducers. Analyze real life happenings in the sphere of microeconomics,on the basis of acquired theoretical knowledge.14

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse ContentSection – AIntroduction: Definition, nature and scope of economics;Microeconomics versus macroeconomics; Positive versusnormative economics; Economic versus free good; Concept of –scarcity, choice, commodity and wealth; Basic economic activities– production, distribution, exchange, consumption; Economicsystem and its types – capitalistic, socialistic, mixed; Solution ofbasic economic problems under different economic systems;Circular flow of income; PPC / PPF.Demand and Supply: Concept of demand and supply; Law of demandand supply; Determinants of demand and supply; Demand andsupply functions, equations, schedules and curves; Movement alongand shift of demand and supply curves; Various concepts ofelasticity; Price, income, cross and supply elasticity; Determinationof EP; Different values of EP; Measurement of ES and its value.Market Equilibrium: Derivation of market demand curve and marketsupply curve; Concept of market equilibrium in equation and graph;Shift of equilibrium; Consumers’ and producers’ surplus.Theory of Consumer Behavior: Concept of – utility, total and marginalutility; Cardinal versus ordinal measurement of utility; Law ofdiminishing marginal utility; Marshallian utility analysis; Paradoxof value; Indifference curve analysis; Budget constraint;Consumers’ equilibrium; Change in consumers’ equilibrium due tochange in income and prices; PCC and ICC; Income, substitutionand price effect for normal, inferior and Giffen goods.15

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsSection – BTheory of Production: Concept of production; Factors of production;Short-run and long-run production functions; Total, average andmarginal product; Law of variable proportion; Law of diminishingreturn; Returns to scale; Stages of production; Iso-quant curve, Isocost line; Producers’ equilibrium; Change in producers’ equilibriumdue to change in expenditure; Expansion path; Ridge line;Constrained output maximization and constrained costminimization.Theory of Cost and Revenue: Concept of cost; Short-run and long-runcost; Fixed and variable cost; Total, average and marginal cost;Shape of and inter-relationship between different types of costcurves; Inter-relationship between short-run and long-run costcurves; Envelope curve; Concept of – total, average and marginalrevenue; Shape of and inter-relationship between different types ofrevenue under different market structure.Market Structure: Definition; Classification of market on the basis oftime, location and degree of competition; Characteristics ofperfectly competitive and monopoly markets; Concept of firm andindustry; Concept of normal and super-normal profit; Conditions ofprofit maximization; Determination of short-run and long-runequilibrium of firm and industry under perfectly competitive andmonopoly markets; Perfect competition versus monopoly; Conceptof optimum production and optimum plant.Microeconomics in Practice: Exercise with field-level / hypotheticaldata on demand, supply, production and cost; Orientation toprevailing market structure of various products in surroundings.16

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse No.: Econ 1103Credit: 3.0Year:Term:FirstFirstCourse Status: CoreCourse Title: Bangladesh Economy IRationale:As a student of BSS (Hons) program in Economics, one must have theknowledge of Bangladesh economy to contribute to the economy in thefuture, especially in policy making. During four year undergraduateprogram, the students have to work on various national issues. Hence,they need sound knowledge on the Bangladesh economy. The course isdesigned to provide appropriate knowledge about the nature, strength andweaknesses of the Bangladesh economy.Course Objectives:The aim of this course is to: Introduce the students with different sectors and issues ofBangladesh economy with their relative importance in theeconomic development of Bangladesh. Facilitate intensive study of international trade, govt. policies,and other factors associated with growth and development ofBangladesh. Provide idea about resources and constraints that will helpstudents to formulate country’s development strategies.Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):At the end of this course students will be able to: Characterize and demonstrate economic structure ofBangladesh. Gain knowledge on the problems and prospects of varioussectors of Bangladesh economy. Apply their gained knowledge in formulating research problemsregarding different economic issues of Bangladesh. Understand the national policy issues related with Bangladesheconomy. Justify the development strategy having idea about resourcesand constraints.17

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse ContentSection – AIntroduction: Overview of Bangladesh economy; Sectors of Bangladesheconomy; Growth of GDP, GNP and NNP; Savings and investment.Agricultural Sector of Bangladesh: Growth; Farm size and tenancystructure; Landlessness and its impact on production; Employmentand income; Pricing and marketing of agro-products; Subsidypolicy; Problems of agricultural development; Structuraldevelopment; Seed, fertilizer and irrigation technology;Comparative analysis of agricultural and industrial sector ofBangladesh.Industrial Sector of Bangladesh: Industrial background and growth;Structure of industrial sector and thrust sub-sectors; Labor force andemployment; Role of public and private sectors in cy;FDI;Decentralization.Banking in Bangladesh: Bangladesh Bank; Commercial banks; Role indeposit mobilization; Long, medium and short term loans; Problemsof banking.18

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsSection – BTransport and Communication: Status of transportation in Bangladesh;Road transport; Railway; Air transport; Water transport; Presentstatus of communication in Bangladesh; Telephone, telegraph, postoffice.Energy: Sources; Demand and supply; System loss; Role of PDB, DESAand REB; Rural electrification; Transmission and distribution; Rolein economic development.Natural Resources of Bangladesh: Availability, use and importance ofoil, gas, coal, peat and limestone resources; Forest resources –types, sources, availability and importance of forest resources; Rolein economic development; Constraints of development; Fisheriessector – sources, availability and importance; Govt. law inpreservation of fish resources.Education: Education system; Education policy; Educationalinstitutions–mass primary, secondary, higher secondary, madrasah,college, technical, medical, agricultural and engineering institutions,university; Role in skill development; Govt. and NGO activities;Non-formal primary education program; Constraints inaccessibility; Education versus overall economic development.Women Development: Status of women; Constraints of womendevelopment; Concept and dimension of women empowerment;Women empowerment and pro-poor growth; Challenges of womenempowerment; Initiatives for women empowerment.19

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse No.: Math 1151Credit: 3.0Year:Term:FirstFirstCourse Status: CoreCourse Title: Mathematics for Economists IRationale:This course intends to familiarize students with the basic mathematicalmethods that are indispensable for understanding and analyzing economicissues.Course Objectives:The aim of this course is to: Make students able to interpret and use the basic mathematicaltools, symbols and terminologies. Help students to build elementary skills in mathematicalmethods. Develop the level of students’ ability to apply mathematicalmethods to solve problems in the area of economics.Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):At the end of this course students will be able to: Understand the needs of mathematics in economics anddemonstrate the basic algebra and set theories, equation,function and relation and their application in economics. Sketch graphs of linear, quadratic, cubic, exponential andlogarithmic functions. Understand the application of the gradient of a curve. Evaluate the rules of differentiation and their application ineconomic optimization problem. Apply the rules of matrix algebra and its application ineconomics. Develop skills of adopting a variety of mathematical techniquesto explain economic models.20

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse ContentSection – AIntroduction: Mathematical versus non-mathematical economics;Concepts of constant and parameter; Variable – endogenous,exogenous, continuous, discontinuous.Basic Algebra: Number system; Properties of real number; Properties ofzero and one; Rules of sign; Addition, subtraction, multiplicationand division of signed number; Order of operation; Addition andsubtraction of fractions; Rules of exponents.Set Theory: Definition; Types of set – equal set, subset, disjoint set,finite set, infinite set, universal set; Union, intersection andcomplement of set; Laws of set operation.Equation, Function and Relation: Ordered pair; Ordered set; Function;Relation; Equation; Relation versus function; Types of function andequation – constant, linear, quadratic, cubic, rational, algebraic, nonalgebraic, exponential, logarithmic, polynomial; Use of equationand function in economics – demand, supply, cost, investment,national income, production, income, savings, tax and equilibriumequation.Solution of Equation: Elimination and substitution method; Factoring;Solution of quadratic equation; Solution of equations in economics.Graph: Graph of constant, linear, quadratic and cubic equation; Graph ofinequality function; Graph of logarithmic and exponential function;Use of graph in economics.21

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsSection – BElementary Geometry: Co-ordinate geometry; Distance between twopoints; Equation of a straight line passing through two points;Equation of two axis and their parallel lines; Condition for twostraight lines to be parallel to each other and perpendicular on eachother.Differentiation: Geometrical explanation of differentiation; Rules ofdifferentiation; Successive differentiation; Partial differentiation.Application of Differentiation: Marginal utility; Marginal cost;Marginal revenue; Marginal profit; Marginal productivity; Profitmaximization; Marginal propensity to consume; Marginalpropensity to save.Constrained Optimization: Utility maximization subject to budgetconstraint; Budget minimization for a given level of utility; Outputmaximization for a given level of cost; Cost minimization for agiven level of output.Matrix Algebra: Definition and types of matrices – square, identity, null,singular, non-singular, transpose, idempotent, inverse; Matrixaddition, subtraction, multiplication; Cramer’s rule of matrixsolution.22

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse No.: Math 1152Credit: 2.0Year:FirstTerm:FirstCourse Title: Sessional on Mathematics forCourse Status: CoreEconomists IRationale:This sessional course will be primarily based on Course No. Math 1151:Mathematics for Economists I. The course intends to familiarize studentswith the basic mathematical methods and its practical application ineconomics.Course Objective:The aim of this course is to: Introduce students to the mathematical concepts and methodsused by professional economists. Develop students’ ability to derive logical implications of formaleconomic models. Help students to apply mathematical methods for solvingproblems in the area of economics.Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):At the end of this course students will be able to: Build up the relationship among economic variables throughmathematical modeling. Demonstrate economic relationship between variables. Understand different mathematical exposition presented in theresearch articles. Develop skills for simulating economic theories for exploring thepolicy impacts. Apply the optimization techniques for exploring the optimumsolutions for economic decisions. Apply matrix algebra for exploring the sectoral relationship of aneconomy.23

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse ContentApplication of Variable in Economics: Price; Quantity; Cost; Revenue;Profit; Consumption; Income; Savings.Use of Equation in Economics: Demand; Supply; Cost; Investment;National income; Production; Disposable income; Savings; Tax;Market equilibrium.Geometry and Economics: Use of geometry in economic analysis.Differentiation and Economics: Concavity; Convexity; Maximization;Minimization.Marginal Analysis: Marginal analysis of – cost, revenue, profit andproductivity.24

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse No.: Eng 1153Credit: 3.0Year:Term:FirstFirstCourse Status: CoreCourse Title: Communicative EnglishRationale:Competence in language skills is essential for effective communication.The course offers the students an opportunity to know the skills of Englishlanguage and their proper uses.Course Objectives:The aim of this course is to: Help students learn about the major skills of English language andtheir proper applications in everyday life. Develop students’ communicative competence.Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):At the end of this course students will be able to: Apply how to transform one part of speech into another part. Differentiate between clauses and phrases. Frame W/H questions. Explicate the elements of reading. Elucidate the process of note-taking. Implement the notions of speaking. Explain the mechanics in writing. Place themselves as ideal listeners.25

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse ContentSection – ADevelopment of Vocabulary: Processes of word formation andtransformation; Proper use of parts of speech.Sentence Structure: Structures of basic sentences; Identification ofclauses and phrases; Joining sentences; Transformation ofsentences; Framing W/H questions.Reading and Understanding: Perspectives on reading comprehension;Elements of reading ̶ vocabulary, syntax and meaning; Readingstrategies ̶intensive and extensive reading; Scanning andskimming; Prediction and inference; Reader’s expectation andinterpretation; Contextual understanding and understanding thewhole text; Effective note-taking.Section – BDevelopment of Speaking Skills: Art of good speaking; Notions andfunctions; Speaker-listener rapport; Intonation and stress.Development of Writing Skills: Process of writing; Understandingacademic writing: features and elements; Mechanics in writing ̶capitalization and punctuation; Generating ideas for a writing task;Drafting and supporting ideas with evidence; Integrating data andgraphics in texts; Modes of writing; Writing tasks ̶ paragraph,essay, summary, précis, report, abstract, letter of application,assignment, examination paper.Development of Listening Skills: Guideline for developing listeningskills; Role of a good listener; Listening comprehension.26

Curriculum for BSS (Hons) in EconomicsCourse No.: CSE 1154Credit: 1.5Year:Term:FirstFirstCourse Status: CoreCourse Title: Computer Application Lab.Rationale:The student must have good command over computer while studying in auniversity. They usually have to prepare report, project, thesis etc. byusing different computer programs. Therefore, it is important to serve thevery basic knowledge to the beginners about fundamentals of computerapplication.Course Objectives:The aim of this course is to: Make students aware about importance of e-knowledge. Make students capable to operate computer. Help students capable to operate basics of Microsoft word. Develop students’ capability of understanding soft copy filemanagement.Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):At the end of this course students will be able to: Operate com

Theory Sessional Econ 2101 Development Economics I Core 3 0 3.0 Econ 2103 Urban Economics Optional 3 0 3.0 Econ 2105 Agricultural Economics Core 3 0 3.0 Econ 2106 Economic Activities Study Fieldwork and Studio Core 0 3 1.5 Econ 2107 Money and Banking Core 3 0 3.0 Econ 2109 Poverty, Inequality and Gender Issues

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