in 11th in which order should we focus ln subject that is accounts , economics, business studies, English, applied maths
According to my knowledge, the order in which you have mentioned is a good one. But it depends on the amount of syllabus it has. Concentrate on the subject which you are weak in. Then concentrate on another less weak in subject. Likewise make your timetable for these subject. For instance if you are weak in economics and also the syllabus is vast then give first priority to it. In the same way, allocate time for other subjects too.
Is it easy to get admission in christ university Bglr(ba economics or bba)What is the fee structure
Hope you are doing well!
One can't define an admission process as being tough or easy. It entirely depends on a students individual capability.
The admission examination to get a seat in Christ university is CUET that is conducted twice an year.
To know more about the examination and its pattern refer to https://www.careers360.com/exams/cuet
The fee structure is - 2.33lac/ annually
Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.
Helps to prepare young minds with a positive attitude for excellent performance and committed service. It provides the right nurturing ground to enable students to pursue their entrepreneurial ambitions.
suppose if I have six subjects and I failed in main subject like economics but passed all 5 subjects,so am I eligible to give compartment exam or not ?
Different board follows different criteria. Assuming it to be CBSE, you will be declared pass in the said board examination, if you have passed in five of subjects and in general you hold six subjects in total. So, you will be considered as pass and you cannot sit for the compartment examination. So, rather than that, the board has the option to pass that leftover examination, under improvement category.
what will be the career option for me with arts subject s like economics geography and evs
After completing graduation in Geography you can choose masters as there would be obviously better career options after masters. Master’s degree holders in Geography can choose for careers as Academicians, Cartographers, Urban Planners to name a few. You can also find policy related jobs, developmental jobs as a programme officer or research associate/fellow, corporate jobs in CSR and many more. Other than that Meteorologist, Pollution Analyst, Water Conservation Officer, Travel and Tourism Planner and Advisor, Soil Conservationist etc can be choosen as career options. If you choose economics there would be several job options as Finance and Budget Analyst, Banker, Market Analyst, Economist, Business or Economic Writer/Journalist, Investment Administrator and Analyst, Sales Executive or Analyst etc.
Hope it would be helpful .
what is difference between IIT Delhi MSc economics entrance exam and IIT jam MSc eco exam
Master of Science in Economics in Indian Institute of Technology Delhi follows an application process which is: Eligible candidates can apply for the programme only through JAM 2021 (https://jam.iisc.ac.in/).
JAM 2021 or Joint Admission Test for Masters is an admission test conducted every year for admission for Master of Science and other post-graduate science programs at the IITs, IISc, IISERs, NISER, Bhubaneswar, NITs, etc.
What type of questions are asked in ambedkar university, delhi m.a economics interview?
When it comes to interview process especially pertaining to admission, the board panel will ask questions related to the subject in which you're taking admission, so be thorough with economics in general including budget,economic survey etc other than that questions can be related to your academics, your hobbies, your background, the reason why you want to take admission so be updated about the university in that matter etc.
Can I do Ba economics without maths in class 12. If yes from which clg?
Dear Aspirant yes you can do Ba economics without mathematics as compulsory subject in class 12.
These are some of the du colleges from which you can do Ba economics without mathematics -
Kirori Mal College,Delhi
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College,Delhi
Daulat Ram College,Delhi
Indraprasthana College for Women,Delhi
you can also visit below link to see list of colleges-
for any further query feel free to ask!
hope it helps! Good luck!
I am currently studying ba political science hons in du. I want to be a corporate lawyer. I need to choose a subject for my exposure. which subject I choose between economics and business organization and management.
To become a corporate lawyer, you have to become a lawyer first of all. So, going for law courses sounds good if you want to become a corporate lawyer. You could go for courses like BA-LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, LLB or BBA-LLB in Corporate law or business law. Only these courses can ensure proper exposure for you.
As you are pursuing BA(hons) now, after your graduation you must go for the three year long LLB course. And keep in mind to choose your specialization as corporate or business law. This would be better decision.
Read the article below for better insight into the profession of Corporate lawyer:-
All the best!
can someone pursuing ma economics from ip university tell me the maximum rank that can get admission in the course in general category. i got 84 rank what are my chances. someone please reply
Hello student cut off vary every year on various factors like level of question in examination seats available and total number of applicants in the entrance examination.
Cut off are as mentioned below for MA Economics
Category Cut off Rank
I request you to please help me with your category so that I can check and provide you with the exact information about cut off.
For more details refer to the link mentioned below - https://www.google.com/amp/s/university.careers360.com/articles/ip-university-cutoff/amp
Feel free to comment if you've any doubt
can u pls suggest me book for iit jam economics specially for maths and stats sections of MSc economics
Integral calculus -Most of the questions are from definite integral. I referred Integral Calculus by Samvedna publications .
Differential calculus - Concentrate on Rolles theorem,Lagrange’s theorem, and Intermediate value theorem. Also focus on partial differentiation. I referred Differential equations by Samvedna publications .
Vector algebra - Concentrate on Stokes’ theorem, Divergence theorem and Greens’ theorem. Questions are asked from these topics only. I referred Vector calculus by Samvedna publications.
Differential calculus - This is the easiest topic. Only ordinary differential equations is in the syllabus. I referred Differential calculus by Samvedna publications.
Linear algebra -Questions are mostly application oriented.You can either refer Linear algebra by Hoffman and Kunze (which gives a strong theoretical foundation but lacks examples and exercises for practice) or Linear algebra by Gilbert Strang( which is more application oriented and has a lot of exercises for practice).If your sole aim is to crack JAM go for the latter. But if you also want to build a strong foundation,go for the first one.