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Welcome to ArthaPoint Plus, the premier destination for UGC NET Economics Coaching online. Our comprehensive coaching program is tailored to cover every aspect of the UGC NET Economics syllabus, ensuring a thorough understanding for both UGC NET Economics and NET JRF Economics exams. Enhance your knowledge and excel in your exams with our expert guidance and support.

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ABOUT: UGC NET Economics Coaching

Embark on a transformative journey toward success with our unparalleled UGC NET Economics coaching online program. At ArthaPoint Plus, we take pride in being the beacon of excellence, guiding aspiring economists to conquer the UGC NET examination and shape their academic futures. The curriculum is meticulously crafted, covering all facets of the UGC NET Economics syllabus, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the material. Our cutting-edge study material, regularly updated to align with the latest exam trends, ensures that you are well-prepared to excel in the UGC NET Economics examination..

  • Video Lectures for complete syllabus

  • Study Mode as per the latest syllabus

  • Notes (PDF)

  • Quiz

  • Subject Specific Assignments/ Mock Papers

  • Complete Paper 2 will be covered as part of the syllabus

  • Access anytime from anywhere through App or Laptop 

  • Access to the videos for 6 Months or till exam, whichever is earlier

  • Fee - Rs 6,500/-

PATTERN & SYLLABUS - UGC NET Economics

Past Year Question Papers - UGC NET Economics

ArthaPoint - UGC NET Economics Syllabus 

ArthaPoint Plus provides the complete UGC NET Economics Syllabus and offers advice for preparing for the UGC NET Economics Exam. Enroll today to gain access to previous year question papers and expert guidance.

Microeconomics

•Theory of Consumer Behavior

•Theory of Production and Costs

•Decision making under uncertainty Attitude towards Risk

•Game Theory - Non-Cooperative games

•Market Structures, competitive & non-competitive equilibria & their efficiency properties

•Factor Pricing

•General Equilibrium Analysis

•Efficiency Criteria: Pareto-Optimality, Kaldor - Hicks and Wealth Maximization

•Welfare Economics: Fundamental Theorems, Social Welfare Function

•Asymmetric Information: Adverse Selection and Moral Hazard

Macroeconomics

•National Income : Concepts and Measurement

•Determination of output and employment: Classical and Keynesian Approach

•Consumption Function

•Investment Function

•Multiplier and Accelerator

•Demand for Money

•Supply of Money

•IS - LM Model Approach

•Inflation and Phillips Curve Analysis

•Business Cycles

•Monetary and Fiscal Policy

•Rational Expectation Hypothesis and its critique

Statistics and Econometrics

•Probability Theory: Concepts of probability, Distributions, Moments, Central Limit theorem

•Descriptive Statistics - Measures of Central tendency and dispersions, Correlation,

•Index Numbers

•Sampling methods and Sampling Distribution

•Statistical Inferences, Hypothesis testing

•Linear Regression Models and their properties - BLUE

•Identification Problem

•Simultaneous Equation Models - recursive and non-recursive

•Discrete choice models

•Time Series Analysis

Mathematical Economics

•Sets, functions and continuity, sequence, series

•Differential Calculus and its Applications

•Linear Algebra - Matrices, Vector Spaces

•Static Optimization Problems and their applications

•Input-Output Model, Linear Programming

•Difference and Differential equations with applications

International Economics

•International Trade : Basic concepts and analytical tools

•Theories of International Trade

•International Trade under imperfect competition

•Balance of Payments : Composition, Equilibrium and Disequilibrium and Adjustment Mechanisms

•Exchange Rate : Concepts and Theories

•Foreign Exchange Market and Arbitrage

•Gains from Trade, Terms of Trade, Trade Multiplier

•Tariff and Non-Tariff barriers to trade; Dumping

Public Economics

•Market Failure and Remedial Measures: Asymmetric Information, Public Goods, Externality

•Regulation of Market - Collusion and Consumers’ Welfare

•Public Revenue : Tax and Non-Tax Revenue, Direct and Indirect Taxes, Progressive and non-Progressive Taxation, Incidence and Effects of Taxation

•Public expenditure

•Public Debt and its management

•Public Budget and Budget Multiplier

•Fiscal Policy and its implications

Money and Banking

•Components of Money Supply

•Central Bank

•Commercial Banking

•Instruments and Working of Monetary Policy

•Non-banking Financial Institutions

•Capital Market and its Regulation

Growth and Development Economics

•Economic Growth and Economic Development

•Theories of Economic Development : Adam Smith, Ricardo, Marx, Schumpeter, Rostow, Balanced and Unbalanced growth, Big Push approach.

•Models of Economic Growth : Harrod-Domar, Solow, Robinson, Kaldor

•Technical progress - Disembodied and embodied; endogenous growth

•Indicators of Economic Development: PQLI, HDI, SDGs

•Poverty and Inequalities - Concepts and Measurement

•Social Sector Development : Health, Education, Gender

•GATT, WTO and Regional Trade Blocks; Trade Policy Issues

•IMF and World Bank

Environmental Economics and Demography

•Environment as a Public Good

•Market Failure

•Coase Theorem

•Cost-Benefit Analysis and Compensation Criteria

•Valuation of Environmental Goods

•Theories of Population

•Concepts and Measures : Fertility, Morbidity, Mortality

•Age Structure, Demographic Dividend

•Life Table

•Migration

Indian Economy

•Economic Growth in India : Pattern and Structure

•Agriculture : Pattern and Structure of Growth, Major Challenges, Policy Responses

•Industry : Pattern and Structure of Growth, Major Challenges, Policy Responses

•Services : Pattern and Structure of Growth, Major Challenges, Policy Responses

•Rural Development - Issues, Challenges and Policy Responses

•Urban Development - Issues, Challenges and Policy Responses.

•Foreign Trade : Structure and Direction, BOP, Flow of Foreign Capital, Trade Policies

•Infrastructure Development : Physical and Social; Public-Private Partnerships

•Reforms in Land, Labor and Capital Markets

•Centre-State Financial Relations and Finance Commissions of India; FRBM

•Poverty, Inequality and Unemployment

UGC NET Economics Coaching Online

NTA or National Testing Agency has been given the responsibility by UGC or University Grants Commission to conduct UGC-NET Exams in India. UGC NET is a Test which determine the eligibility for ‘Assistant Professor’ and JRF (Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor) in Indian Universities and Colleges.

National Testing Agency (NTA) started conducting the UGC-NET Exam in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode from December 2018 onwards. UGC-NET is conducted twice every year (June & December). So, if you are looking for UGC Economics Coaching online in Chandigarh, or UGC Net Economics Coaching online in Bangalore or UGC Net Economics Coaching in Hisar then ArthaPoint Plus is the institute for your preparations.

The post for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and/ or Eligibility for Assistant Professorship depends on the aggregate performance of the candidate in Paper-I and Paper-II of UGC-NET. These posts are granted as per the option /position filled in the form like the candidates qualifying only for Assistant Professorship are not eligible to be considered for the award of JRF. All the candidates who qualify the UGC NET Exam are governed by the rules and regulations of the concerned Universities/Colleges/State Governments, as the case may be.

 

Familiarize yourself with the UGC NET Economics syllabus and exam pattern. Make a study plan and schedule your preparation time. Allocate enough time for each topic and include regular practice tests to track your progress. Use standard textbooks and reference books to study the topics in depth.

Watch online demo lectures and tutorials to supplement your study on our ArthaPoint YouTube Channel. You can also enroll for ArthaPoint Plus UGC NET Economics Course. Practice solving previous years' question papers and sample papers. This will help you understand the exam pattern and boost your confidence. ArthaPoint UGC NET Economics Course is available online for students from any part of the country. Whether you are looking for UGC NET Economics Coaching Delhi, UGC NET Economics Coaching Chandigarh, UGC NET Economics Coaching Hisar, UGC NET Economics Coaching Bangalore, UGC NET Economics Coaching Mysore.

Finally, stay motivated and don't give up. UGC NET Economics is a competitive exam, and success requires consistent effort and dedication.

UGC JRF Economics Coaching

Welcome to our UGC JRF Economics Coaching program, where we offer comprehensive guidance and expert coaching to help you excel in the highly competitive UGC JRF Economics exam. Our coaching is designed to provide you with a solid foundation in the core concepts of economics while equipping you with the necessary skills and strategies to tackle the exam with confidence. With a team of experienced faculty members who are well-versed in the intricacies of the UGC JRF Economics syllabus, we offer a structured curriculum that covers all the key topics, along with regular mock tests and personalized feedback. Join our UGC JRF Economics Coaching and embark on a journey towards success.

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    To access the detailed Indian Economic Service syllabus for UPSC IES exams, you can visit the official website of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) or refer to the official notification and examination brochure released for each year.
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    Previous years' question papers for the IES exam can be found on the official UPSC website or through other reliable sources. They are helpful for understanding the exam pattern and practicing for the actual test.
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    The UGC NET Economics syllabus may undergo periodic updates. Aspiring candidates need to stay informed about any modifications or additions to the syllabus. This information is crucial for ensuring that their preparation aligns with the most current requirements of the examination.
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