The Centre for Economic Studies and Policy (CESP) looks at academic engagement with a difference. While the major focus is on teaching of basic principles of Economics, the Centre search is for new epistemology both in theory and practice. It continues to focus on improving its course curriculum based on the evolving theoretical paradigms being witnessed in the field of Economics by different schools of thought that have ontological bearings. The diverse knowledge base in Economics and its ramifications on society and polity continues to be a primordial source of choice for direction of research. The Centre nurtures creative impulses of both faculty and students and continuously provides forums for developing critiques of existing theories and practices only to create a new space for the latter. While doing so, it contextualises emerging theoretical postulations at all levels including local, sub-regional, national and international. The Centre aspires and attract students and teachers to the Centre from all over the country and abroad to develop it as a unique centre of learning and develop collaboration with other institutions for teaching and research.


Objectives of the Centre

  • To enlarge the scope for teaching of Economics as propounded by different schools of thought with an edge over both quantitative and qualitative techniques;
  • To conduct research in both theoretical and empirical planes;
  • To organise Seminar/Symposium/Dialogue/Workshop/ Training Programmes.


M.A. Economics Programme


The two year (four semesters) Post Graduate Programme is designed to give opportunity to learn several kinds of knowledge are required of a professional or academic economist. An economist must understand the nature of long-term changes in the economy (economic history); the best thinking about the ways in which economic units interact with each other and with their environment, respond to change and develop over time (economic theory and its intellectual development); and the techniques by which economic data are assembled, evaluated and analysed (statistical method and its application). In additional an economist needs the discipline and versatility gained by detailed study of some economic problems and policy areas.


Faculty Members under Centre for Economic Studies and Policies :

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Mr. Atish Kumar Dash

M. Phil. (Applied Economics, JNU)

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Tophan kumar Patra

PhD (Economics, University of Hyderabad)

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Abodh Kumar

PhD (Economics, University of Mumbai, Mumbai)

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Sanjay Kumar

PhD (Economics, Magadh University, Bodh Gaya)

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Rikil Chyrmang

PhD (Economics, JNU New Delhi)

Assistant Professor

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