BA 2nd Year Economics Syllabus 2022-2023 Session

Today we are giving ba 2nd year economics syllabus 2022-23 for the students. 

This syllabus helps them to know about the subject and chapter details.

As you know that every university announced a new or amended syllabus for the new sessions. 

If they delayed issuing, then students can take help from this.

You have to follow your university syllabus. 

If any difference is seen between the university and this syllabus, then use this as a reference.

The syllabus shows a student the right path as to how he/she should prepare for the examination.

The best way is that the students to prepare for their upcoming examination on the basis of the b.a. 2nd year economics syllabus issued by their university.

This is also given for 2023 on the basis of ba second year economics syllabus 2022.

BA Second Year Economics Syllabus

Paper-3 (Indian Economy)

  • Unit-1 Indian economy and its characteristics, challenges of developing economy.
  • Unit-2 Population:- Size, reasons for the growing population, population policy. Govt. programs of controlling population.
  • Unit-3 Agriculture: Role of agriculture in economic development, Trends of productivity, and the impact of climate change on agricultural production. Green Revolution and its second Phase.
  • Unit-4 Land Reforms: Measures taken after Independence cooperative Farming.
  • Unit-5 Sources of credit:- (i) cooperative credit societies (ii) Nationalized Banks (iii) Regional Rural Banks (iv) NABARD.
  • Unit-6 Agriculture labor: Problems and measures to improve their conditions./minimum wages Act.
  • Unit-7 (a). Industries: Industrial Policy 1948 and 1956 new economic policy 1991. (b). Heavy Industries: 1. Iron and Steel 2. Sugar 3. Cotton Textile 4. Cement (c). Small Scale Industries: Role, Problems, and Measures to improve their problems.
  • Unit-8 Industrial Finance: Sources of Finance: - Industrial finance corporation, IDBI.
  • Unit-9 Industrial Labor: Trade union growth, Social security measures.
  • Unit-10 Transport: Role of transport in economic development, Rail and Roacl coordination.
  • Unit-11 Unemployment: Types of unemployment, Govt. Employment programs, MNREGA, and their relevance.
  • Unit-12 Foreign Trade; Recent changes in India's foreign trade trend.
  • Unit-13 Planning- Recent Charges in India's planning system NITI aayog And its functioning. 12th five-year plan 2012-17.

Paper-3 (Public Finance)

  • Unit-1 Nature of public finance- Meaning, Nature, and Scope of Public Finance, the difference between private and Public finance, Principle of maximum social Advantages.
  • Unit-2 Taxation Definition, Types of Taxation, Direct and indirect Tax Proportional and progressive Taxation. Cost and Benefit theory of taxation ability to pay theory taxable capacity, incidence an effect of Taxation goods and service tax meaning and to impact.
  • Unit-3 Public Expenditure growth and effect of public Expenditure Wagener's law of increasing Expenditure
  • Unit-4 Public Debt. Types of Burden and different forms of Debt Repayment.
  • Unit-5 Principle of Federal finances, public enterprises objective, Types, Form of management, Public policy of Public enterprises, profitability and Accountability of Public Enterprises, the performance of public enterprises in India.
  • Unit-6 Unemployment and full employment in India.

We are also providing ba second year economics book details with the writer's name. 

These are textbooks very helpful to students in preparing for upcoming examinations.

BA 2nd Year Economics Book

  • Indian Economy - Rudra Dutt & Sundaram
  • Bhartiya Arthashastra – L. M. Roy
  • Indian Economy – Uma & Kapila
  • Public Industry in India - B. a. Tripathi
  • Lok Tritt - J. P. Tramshra
  • Principles of Revenue - Dr. Human
  • Public finance in theory Baltic - Musgrave
  • Public Finance Department and Developing countries- Dr. S.K. Singh
  • Principles of Revenue - L. M. Roy
  • Macro Economics - L .M .Ray
  • Mudra and Money Problems - L. M. Ray

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