The student coming for graduation under the new education policy of 2020 has number of opportunities. the exit at each level, that is, certificate Diploma and degree as well as honors increases her knowledge and employability. the graduate of department of rural Economics at Gujarat Vidyapith is expected to understand theory as well as practical aspects of economic activities. she can communicate well with rural and infringed sections of the society.
10 + 2 Pass
57 (Reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC/EWS as per the Govt. of India rules)
4 Years (Eight Semester)
- B.A. with Certificate :1 year (2 Semester)
- B.A. with Diploma: 2 year (4 Semester)
- B.A. with Degree: 3 year (6 Semester)
- B.A. with Honourse: 4 year (8 Semester)
- B.A. with Honourse with Research: 4 year (8 Semester)
N.B. – a student has to undertake a 4 Credit internship during the Summer vacation after the First Year.
- Certificate and Diploma Programmes
- With basic understanding of Economics and Indian Economy along with operational knowledge of English and Computer, student find job work as well as self-employment
- Producing Employable Graduate who could also opt for B. Ed.
- Emphasizing on rigor and grip on Research Methodology so that the Student can prepare for Research Projects/Proposal to avail Scholarship from various Sources
- Graduating with a degree in economics opens up a wide range of career opportunities across various sectors. The analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills gained through an economics education are highly valued in today’s job market. Here are some potential career paths you can consider after graduating with a degree in economics:
- Economist: Work as a professional economist, analysing economic trends, conducting research, and providing insights into economic issues for government agencies, think tanks, research organizations, and private companies.
- Market Research Analyst: Collect and interpret data on consumer preferences, market trends, and competitor strategies to help companies make informed business decisions.
- Data Analyst: Use your quantitative and analytical skills to analyse and interpret data, providing valuable insights to organizations for decision-making.
- Policy Analyst: Evaluate the impact of policies and regulations on various industries, assess potential alternatives, and provide recommendations to government agencies, non-profit organizations, or research institutions.
- Banking and Finance: Pursue roles in banking, including loan officers, risk analysts, or financial managers, helping individuals and businesses manage their financial resources.
- International Trade Specialist: Work in international trade and commerce, helping businesses navigate global markets, trade regulations, and currency fluctuations.
- Public Relations Specialist: Use your understanding of economics to communicate complex economic concepts to the public, media, and stakeholders for organizations and government agencies.
- Urban and Regional Planner: Use economic data to contribute to urban development, land use planning, and infrastructure projects that promote economic growth and sustainability.
- Non-Profit Sector: Join non-profit organizations focused on economic development, poverty alleviation, and social justice, where your skills can contribute to impactful initiatives.
- Entrepreneurship: Apply your economic knowledge to start and manage your own business, making informed decisions about pricing, market entry, and resource allocation.
- Academia and Research: Pursue advanced studies (master’s or PhD) and become an academic researcher, contributing to economic theory and policy discussions.
- Government and Public Administration: Work for government agencies at local, state, or national levels, contributing to economic policy formulation, implementation, and analysis.
- Multiple Entry – Multiple Exit option