Department of Economics
1.Name of the Department:
2.Year of establishment:
3. Is the Department part of a School/Faculty of the university?
4. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
5.Annual/ Semester/Choice Based Credit System
- UG: Annual
- PG: CBCS (Semester)
6. Numberof teaching posts sanctioned and filled:
Faculty serving in:
8. Facultyprofile with name, qualification, designation and specialization
Prof. Sandeep Kumar
B.Sc., MA, Ph.D
Economic Theory, Environmental Economics
No. of Years of Experience:
No. of Ph.D. students:
guided for the last 5 years
Awarded : 11
Registered : 04
Prof. Karunakar Ram Tripathi
International Economics, Industrial Economics
Awarded : 04
Registered : 06
Prof. Aloka Kumar Goyal
Micro Economics, Agriculture Economics, Indian Economy
Awarded : 02
Dr. Raju Kumar Gupta
UGC-NET, MA, Ph.D
Micro Economics, Quantitative Techniques
03 Years 06 Months
Dr. Sharad Chandra Srivastava
MA, PGJMC, Ph.D
Agriculture Economics, Industrial Economics, Micro Economics
01 Year 06 Months
Dr. Amit Kumar Sharma
UGC-JRF, MA, Ph.D
Environmental Economics, Demography
Dr. Surendra Kumar Gupta
Micro Economics, Development Economics, Public Finance
9. Listof senior Visiting Fellows, faculty, adjunct faculty, emeritus professors:
Prof A.K Srivastava ( 2016-17)
10. Percentage of classes taken by temporaryfaculty– programme-wise information:
Name of Faculty
Arvind Kumar Yadav
12 Classes per week
11. Programme-wiseStudent-Teacher Ratio:
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled Technical :
Administrative staff :
01 + 01 (Clerk + Peon)
13. Number of faculty with ongoing projectsfrom a) national b) international fundingagencies and c) Total grants received. Give the names of the funding agencies and grants received project-wise.: 01
"A Study of Effects of TRIPS Agreements on Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industries"- MRP
Dept. of Economics
Rs. 669600.00 Allotted
Rs. 431600.00 Receipt
UGC, New Delhi
14. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received.:
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national/ international):
Chapters in Books :
Edited Books :
1. Tripathi, K.R. (2014),"vkS|ksfxd vFkZ”kkL=", ;wfuoflZVh ifCyds”ku New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81- 7555-689-8.
2. Goyal, A.K. (2016), "Managerial Economics", Navyug Book International, New Delhi, ISBN-978-93-82974-44-4.
3. Sharma, A.K. (2018), "Economics of Environmental Regulation: Methods and Effectiveness”, Shree Publishers and Distributers, New Delhi, ISBN 978-818329- 819-3.
4. Goyal, A.K.(2014), "Agricultural Performance in Uttar Pradesh", LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany, ISBN-978-3-659- 62274-8.
5. Goyal, A.K.(2016), “Make in India: A Long Felt of the Indian Economy”, Kumud Publications New Delhi, ISBN-978-93- 82885-29-0.
* Citation Index – range / average
* Impact Factor – range / average:
— (0.98-5.921)/ 3.9057
16. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organizedand the source of funding (national/international)with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Name of the Seminar
Source of Funding
National Seminar on " Recent Issues in Indian Economy"
February 01-02, 2017
National Seminar on "Paradigm shift in Indian Economy"
February 09-10, 2019
17. Codeof ethics for research followed by the departments: Asper UGC Norms
18. Studentprofile course-wise: (Current Year)
Name of the Course
19. Diversityof students:
Number of students from other statesand countries year wise during the last five years
No. of Admitted Students
Students from OS
20. How many students have cleared CivilServices and Defense Services examinations,NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise.
TGT, Govt Inter College, UP
PCS (Upper) Uttar Pradesh
Basic Education, UP
Excise inspector, SSC-CGL
Asst Manager, UCO Bank
UPP, Uttar Pradesh
Govt. Raza PG College, Rampur
Asst. Professor Bihar
ADO, Cooperative, PCS, UP
Asst. Professor, DDU GKP University, GKP
Asst Professor, KNIPSS, Sultanpur, UP
JLN PG College, Maharajganj, UP
Krishna Mohan Pathak
Asst. Professor, LBS PG College, Anandnagar
Vinay Kumar Pandey
Asst. Professor, Bapu PG College, Maniram
Brij Bihari Brij
Asst. Statistical Officer
Abhist Dev Pandey
Pramod Kumar Tripathi
CTO, Sales Tax, Gorakhpur
Mukesh Kumar Pandey
Dr. Rajesh Kumar Chaurasiya
Asst. Professor, Gov. College, Mau
Akhilesh Dhar Dubey
PGT, KVS, Madhya Pradesh
21. Studentprogression (Percentage againstenrolled):
UG to PG :
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D :
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral :
· Campus selection
· Other than campus recruitment
22. Diversityof staff:
Percentage of faculty who are graduates-
of the same university:
from other universities within the State:
from universities from other States:
from universities outside the country:
42.86% (03 out of 07)
57.14% (04 out of 07)
23. Numberof faculty who were awarded:
Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period :
24. Presentdetails of infrastructural facilities with regard to:
a) Library :
b) Internet facilities for staff and students:
c) Total number of class rooms :
d) Class rooms with ICT facility :
e) Students‘ laboratories :
f) Research laboratories :
Department of Economics has a library run by own resources.
Available but not Functioning
25. Listof doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates:
a) from the host university :
b) from other universities :
26. Number of post graduate students gettingfinancial assistance from the university:
27. Does the department obtain feedback from:
a. faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department utilize the feedback?
b. students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize the feedback?
c. alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the feedback?
Through discussions & Resolutions in Board of Studies &Faculty meetings.
No Such System
No Such System
28. List the distinguished alumni of the department(maximum 10):
Dr. Rahul Srivastava
Dr. Santosh Kumar Yadav
Dr. Ramesh Kumar Yadav
Mr. Chatthu Yadav
Mr. Alok Ranjan
Mrs. Vandana Tripathi
Mrs. Ankita Srivastava
Mr. Harish Pandey
Mr. Saurabh Sinha
Mr. Surender Singh Yadav
29. Give details of student enrichmentprogrammes (special lectures/workshops/seminar) involvingexternal experts:
U.G.C. Funded special Lectures and workshop, Seminar & refresher courses are organized from time to time.
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmers:
Traditional and Audio-Visual.
(Smart Class Approach)
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored? :
Result and Placement.
32. Highlight the participation ofstudents and faculty in extension activities:
Works in proctor office,
Dr Surendra Kumar Gupta
Dr Sharad Chandra Srivastava
1. Prof Sandeep Kumar
2. DR Raju Kumar Gupta
3.Dr Sharad Chandra Srivastava
3. Prof Alok Kumar Goyal
33. Givedetails of:
beyond syllabus scholarly activities‖ of the department.
ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION of the Department organize following activities in each academic year:-
- Debates on burning issue.
- Speech on contemporary issue
- Essay Competition
- Expert Lecture
- Poster competition
- Educational Tour of students of MA Final year.
34. State whether the programme/ department isaccredited/ graded by other agencies?
If yes, give details. :
35. Briefly highlight the contributions of thedepartment in generating new knowledge,basic or applied:
Through Research & Changes in curriculum
36. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses,Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of thedepartment:
· Well qualified and long experienced teachers.
· Regular updating of U.G.
· Laborious researchers to produce quality research.
· Well disciplined students and non-teaching staff.
· Regular teaching in the department.
· Dedication of teaching and non-teaching staff.
· Insufficient grants.
· Insufficient teaching staff.
· Poor support staff: student ratio
· Lack of departmental library facility.
· Insufficient Physical infrastructural facilities.
· Lack of Computer Lab.
· B+ Accredited by NAAC.
· Good reputation in UP, Bihar, MP and Nepal
· Availability of national resource persons as guest faculty.
· Impressive alumni.
· More scope for students of economics in the present scenario.
· Intake of students is of low quality
· Lack of mathematical knowledge in students
· Large class size
· Teacher student ratio is not in place due to many vacant positions
· Lack of a better infrastructure and better resource
37. Futureplans of the department:
1. Establishment of centre for Regional Development studies.
2. Course of Master of Business Economics (MBE).
3. Establishment of a rich departmental library.
4. Establishment of computer lab for PG and Research Scholars.
5. Student Guidance cell to help them for preparation of Competitive exams/NET etc. and academic support.