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The DSE MA Economics Entrance Examination will include concepts in four basic areas in Economics:
(a) microeconomic theory,
(b) macroeconomic theory,
(c) mathematical techniques used by economists, and
(d) probability, statistics and econometrics


The admission statistics provided for the Department of Economics at the University of Delhi are as follows:

Category 1:

UR (General Category): 59 seats

SC (Scheduled Caste): 21 seats

ST (Scheduled Tribe): 11 seats

OBC (Other Backward Classes): 39 seats

EWS (Economically Weaker Section): 15 seats

Category 2:

UR (General Category): 59 seats

SC (Scheduled Caste): 22 seats

ST (Scheduled Tribe): 11 seats

OBC (Other Backward Classes): 39 seats

EWS (Economically Weaker Section): 14 seats

It’s important to note that the number of seats may be subject to change based on decisions made by the University of Delhi. 


Programme/ Course offered

MA Economics 

Bachelor's degree in any discipline under 10+2+3 pattern of education with at least 50% marks.
Knowledge of Mathematics at 10+2 level is expected and will be tested for in the Entrance Examination. (All OBC category (non creamy layer) candidates are eligible to 10% relaxation in the percentage of marks in the qualifying examination in relation to open category. The SC/ST and Person with Disability (PWD) candidates who have passed the qualifying examination irrespective of their percentage of marks are eligible to appear in the Entrance Examination).

MA Economics (with specialization in World Economy) 

(i) Bachelor’s degree (with 50% marks in aggregate) in the following subjects: Economics (Honours) with Mathematics as a subsidiary subject; or Mathematics (Honours) with Economics as a subsidiary subject; or Statistics (Honours) with Economics and Mathematics as subsidiary subjects. (ii) One of the following degrees or their equivalents: B.A./B.Sc. with Economics as a major or minor subject/B.Stat./B.Sc. (Physics and Mathematics)/B.Tech/B.E (Bachelor of Engineering) with at least 60% aggregate marks. Applicants must have studied Mathematics at the 10+2 (higher secondary) and undergraduate levels. Knowledge of economic theory (including Microeconomics and Macroeconomics) taught at the undergraduate level is expected. (All OBC category (non creamy layer) candidates are eligible to 10% relaxation in the percentage of marks in the qualifying examination in relation to open category. The SC/ST and Person with Disability (PWD) candidates who have passed the qualifying examination irrespective of their percentage of marks are eligible to appear in the Entrance Examination).


Programme/ Course offered

MSc Economics 

(a) Mathematics at 10+2 level, and
(b) BA/B.Sc in Economics from a recognized university with a minimum of 55 percent (50% for SC/ST/OBC-NCL/EWS/PwD)
B.Com or B.Stat or B.Sc (Physics, Mathematics) B.Tech/ B.E from a recognized university with a minimum of 60 percent (55% for SC/ST/OBC-NCL/EWS/PwD)


The MA programme consisting of 5 specialisations have achieved 72.5% placement. A total of 30 companies visited the  campus last year and hired students from a pool of 140 students. The top recruiters Abinbev, Accenture AI & Ops, Deloitte, EY, KPMG, SwissRe and Citibank to name a few. The students were recruited for various roles such as Data Scientists, Risk Analyst, Business Analyst, Financial Advisory. The highest package offered to our students was 17.2Lpa and the average CTC for the batch was 10.96Lpa. The lowest package offered was 6 Lpa.


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We also guide students for the following colleges and the solution manual is ready for

Delhi Technological University (DTU)M.A. Economics

B.R. Ambedkar School of Economics UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR)M.Sc. Economics

Central University Andhra PradeshMasters in Economics

Central University of GujaratM.A. Economics

Central University of HaryanaM.Sc. Economics

Central University Himachal PradeshM.A. Economics

Central University HyderabadM.Sc. Economics

Central University of KarnatakaM.A. Economics

Central University KashmirM.Sc. Economics

Centre for Developmental StudiesCDS M.A. Economics

Central University of OdishaM.A. Economics

Central University PunjabM.Sc. Economics

Central University RajasthanM.A. Economics

Central University South BiharM.Sc. Economics

Central University Tamil NaduM.A. Economics

Tripura UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Central University KeralaM.A. Economics

Hemavati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Manipur UniversityM.A. Economics

Sikkim UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, ChattisgarhM.A. Economics

Pondicherry UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Mahatma Gandhi Central University, BiharM.A. Economics

North-Eastern Hill UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Dr. Harisingh Gaur Vishwa VidyalaM.A. Economics

Indira Gandhi National Tribal University; AmarkantakM.Sc. Economics

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)M.A. Economics

Banaras Hindu University (BHU)M.Sc. Economics

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Apex University, RajasthanM.A. Economics

Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and StudiesM.Sc. Economics

Vikram University of Madhya PradeshM.A. Economics

Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Arunachal University of StudiesM.A. Economics

Galgotias University, Uttar PradeshM.Sc. Economics

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Visva-Bharati UniversityM.Sc. Economics

ASBM UniversityM.A. Economics

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Gujarat VidyapithM.A. Economics

Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, CoimbatoreM.Sc. Economics

Geeta University, Panipat, HaryanaM.A. Economics

Barkatullah UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Cluster University, SrinagarM.A. Economics

Sanskriti UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Mangalayatan University, JabalpurM.A. Economics

Assam UniversityM.A. Economics

Rajiv Gandhi University, Andhra PradeshM.Sc. Economics

University of JammuM.A. Economics

Chanakya UniversityM.Sc. Economics 

The ICFAI University, SikkimM.A. Economics

Mizoram UniversityM.Sc. Economics

The Gandhigram Rural Institute (DEEMED to be university) M.A. Economics

GGS IP UniversityM.Sc. Economics

Shri Khushal Das University, HanumangarhM.A. Economics

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The CUET PG Economics will be a computer-based test (CBT), consisting of 75 questions

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SYLLABUS Economics (COQP10)

Statistical Methods in Economics

Introduction to Microeconomics

  • Consumer Theory or Behaviour Demand, Utility, Indifference Curve, Revealed Preference Theory, Consumer Surplus. 

  • Production theory, production function, law of variable proportions, returns to scale, cost functions, types and concepts. 

  • Price and Output determination in Market. Perfect and Imperfect Competition, General Equilibrium, Efficiency and Welfare.

Consumption and Investment Function

  • Permanent, Relative and Life Cycle Hypothesis, determinants of business fixed investment; residential investment and inventory investment, Multiplier and Accelerator

  • Open Economy Models: Mundell and Fleming Model (IS, LM and BP curve) , Balance of Payments, exchange rate determination, Purchasing Power Parity

  •  Economic Growth: Harrod-Domra Model, Solow Model

  • National Income Accounting. 

  • Income and Output Determination. 

  • Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply. 

  • Effective Demand Principle. 

  • Classical and Keynesian theory.

Money and Inflation

  • Demand and Supply of Money. 

  • Money Multiplier and High Powered Money. 

  • Credit creation. 

  • Role of Reserve Bank in India and Commercial Banks. 

  • Quantitative Theories of Money. 

  • Philip’s Curve. 

  • Monetary and Fiscal Policy of India and its role.


  • Mean, Mode, Median, Dispersion, Skewness, Quartile Deviation, Average Deviation, Standard Deviation. 

  • Correlation. 

  • Simple Regression, Model Probability Distribution Sampling. 

Mathematical Methods in Economics

  • Sets and Vectors

  • Functions of one and several variables.

  • Single and Multi-variable optimization. 

  • Integration of functions. 

  • Difference equations. 

  • Determinants Matrix. 

  • Linear Programming Probability. 

  • Differential Equations. 

Indian Economy

  • Overview of colonial economy

  • Macro Trends: National Income, population, occupational structure. 

  • Agriculture: Agrarian structure and land relations, agricultural markets and institutions. Credit commerce and technology, trends in performance and productivity, famines. 

  • Railway and Industry: Railways- the de-industrialization debate, evolution of entrepreneurial and industrial structure. Nature of industrialization in the interwar period, constraints to industrial breakthrough, labour relations. 

  • Economy and State in Imperial Context. 

  • The imperial priorities and Indian economy, drain of wealth, international trade capital. 

  • Flows and the colonial economy – changes and continuities, government and fiscal policy. 

  • New Economy Policy. 

  • Public Economics: Public and Private Goods, Externalities, Budget, Deficits, Public Debt, Fiscal Federalism in India. 

  • Taxation: Its economic effects, deadweight loss and distortion, efficiency and equity considerations, tax incidence, optimal taxation. 

  • International Trade Theories: Adam Smith, Ricardo, Heckscher-Ohlin model, and New Trade Theories. 


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