This course intends to provide students with the basic understanding of the aggregate economic system: concepts of aggregate demand and supply, national income and product measures, consumption and investment, supply side economics and its applications, the government's role in an economy, use of fiscal, monetary, and exchange rate policies to guide the economy, employment and inflation.  It also encompasses macroeconomic analysis both in a closed and open economy, income-expenditure, IS-LM model and modern approaches.



This is a course which provides the students with soft skills that need to be acquired by a professional. The main objective of this course is to develop an individual well-equipped with professional skills and positive attitudes. It also aims to develop a balance personality with higher social and career prospects. Methods of instruction are mainly interactive sessions, guest lectures, discussions, lectures and workshops covering areas of personal grooming, etiquette, planning self-presentation at different occasions and effective interpersonal skills. Two day Outward Bound Training Programme is one of the main events organized under this course. This career development training would be offered in two semesters as Part I, BEC 2041: Career Development Training in the year II, semester I and Part II, BEC 2045: Career Development Training in the year II, semester II.



This is a Special English Language Programme introduced by the Department for the improvement of English language competence of the students, in addition to the credit courses in the degree programme. The programme has specially been designed for the students who require further English language competence at an advanced level for communicative, academic, reference and research purposes parallel to the objectives of the Department. This is a five-semester programme which offers the course units; BEC 2001 English for Business Economics Part I, BEC 2002 English for Business Economics Part II, BEC 3001 English for Business Economics Part III, BEC 3002 English for Business Economics Part IV and BEC 4001 Academic Writing for Business Economics.

BEC 2001: English for Business Economics Part I

The BEC 2001 course on English for Business Economics is designed with the aim of enhancing the four competency skills of reading, listening, writing and speaking skills of the students in the field of Business Economics. The courses have been formulated according to the UTEL Benchmark band of 6, which will develop the skills of the students to comfortably reach the benchmark band of 7, thus the course will proceed in a gradual and an incremental manner. The courses of BEC 2001 and BEC 2002 would provide the students the opportunity to develop their English language skills while gaining increased confidence and competence in social and professional contexts. The courses will cover the areas of vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension, presentation skills, letter writing, summarizing, business correspondence and preparation for a meeting/interview.