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JNU offers two different Masters in Economics Programs.

(i)  The School of International Studies (or commonly known as SIS) offers a MA Economics (with specialisation in the World Economy).

(ii)   The School of Social Sciences (or commonly known as SSS) offers a MA Economics.

MA Economics (with specialisation in the World Economy)

ELIGIBILITY

(i)    Bachelor’s degree (with 50% marks in aggregate) in the following subjects: Economics (Honours) with Mathematics as a subsidiary subject; or Mathematics (Honours) with Economics as a subsidiary subject; or Statistics (Honours) with Economics and Mathematics as subsidiary subjects

 (ii)    Any other Bachelor’s degree (with 60% marks in aggregate) with courses in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Mathematical Economics and Statistics.