“As a father pities his children, so the Lord pities those who fear Him”

– Psalm 103:13



Economics

Eco. Head

1. MISSION : “Radiate Knowledge and Rejuvenate Torch Bearers”

To empower and energise the younger generation to create future leaders.

2. OBJECTIVES

To provide skill based education.

To meet the future demand for high calibre economic policy makers.

To empower the students to face competitive exams especially IES.

To give an international exposure to our students.

3. MOTTO :   “Empower Women
                            Elevate India”

4. SPECIAL FEATURES

Department established in 1964.

Regular Curriculum includes the Complete Syllabus of IES, IAS Economics, UPSC and TNPSC Economics syllabus.

Professors with international exposure.

Competitive skills paper gives exposure on international exams, preparing CV, applications, interviews and group discussions.

Association activities like workshops and trainings to enhance the leadership skills.

International Students.

Economic Journalism paper helps the student to write economic issues in magazines and newspapers critically.

Exposures on current year IT calculations, Land Taxes and GST calculations etc. will help the students to learn all practical economic activities of life.

Economics of NGO Management paper gives an introduction to Social Entrepreneurs, who are ready to adventure into starting any social development works through Trusts.

Entrepreneurial Development course trains the students to write business proposals etc.

Skill based curriculum includes training for writing application for Jobs and for writing Curriculum Vitae.

Export Business and Stock Market gives an introduction to start business by exporting and through share market.

M.A. Economics gives complete training in UGC NET exam Portions.

Compulsory internship in any one industry for UG and PG including Abroad internships.

Research project for B.A and M.A Economics.

5. COURSES OFFERED

S. No. Courses Year of Affiliation / Commencement

1.

B.A. Economics

1987 – 1988

2.

M.A. Economics

1964 – 1965

3.

M.Phil. Economics (SF)

2003 – 2004

4.

Ph.D. Economics 

2011 – 2012

S. No. Value Added Courses

1.

Crash Course in Law

2.

Crash Course in Legislative Governance and Political Leadership

6. CURRICULUM

    B.A. Economics

    M.A. Economics

    M.Phil. Economics

 7. FACULTY

1.     Dr. Shobana Nelasco, M.A., M.B.A., M.A., NET, DCA, PGDYN, M.Phil., Ph.D. – F05EC003
        Associate Professor & Head

2.     Dr. M. Regina Mary, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. – F05EC004
        Associate Professor

3.     Dr. G. Uma, M.A., M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. – F05EC005
        Associate Professor

4.     Dr. S. Ivy Jeno, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. – F05EC008
        Associate Professor

5.     Ms. A. Gracy Rani, M.A., M.Phil. – F06EC001
        Assistant Professor

6.     Dr. P. Anita, M.A., M.B.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. DISM. – F07EC001
        Assistant Professor

7.     Dr. C. Sahaya Mary Sophia, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., SET., PGDHRM. – F07EC001
        Assistant Professor

8.     Dr. K. Selva Lakshmi, M.A., M.Phil., M.B.A., Ph.D. – C18EC001
        Assistant Professor

9.     Dr. R. Suji Karthika, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. – C18EC002
        Assistant Professor


8. RETIRED FACULTY  (click here)
 

9. SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/SYMPOSIUMS ORGANIZED

S. No.

Title of the Programme

Date

1.

One Day State Level Seminar on “Women Entrepreneurship”

Sep. 18, 2001

2.

Intercollegiate State Level Seminar on “Towards Eco-Consciousness and Eco-Friendliness”

Apr. 05, 2002

3.

State Level Seminar on “Environmental Awareness to Youth”

Sep. 06, 2002

4.

Workshop on “Research Methodology and Data Analysis”

Jan. 21 & 22, 2004

5.

Intercollegiate State Level Seminar on “Towards Eco-Consciousness and Eco-Friendliness”

Jan. 30, 2004

6.

One Day Intercollegiate State Level Seminar on “Environment Technology and Society

Oct. 05, 2004

7.

State Level Seminar cum Exhibition on “Innovative and Creative Small Business”

Sep. 27, 2005

8.

One Day State Level Seminar on “Career Guidance Programme for College”

Jan. 25, 2006

9.

Two Days National Seminar on “Women and Environment”

Mar. 09 & 10, 2006

10.

One Day State Level Seminar on “Innovative Teaching and Learning Methodologies in Economics”

Jan. 22, 2007

11.

One Day State Level Seminar on “Sustainable Development in India – Prospects and Retrospect”

Jan. 22, 2008

12.

UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Quality of Population – Dimensions and Challenges”

July 04 & 05, 2008

13.

International Conference on “Global Recession and Its Impact”

Jan. 22, 2010

14.

International Conference on “Envionmental Sustainability – Challenges and Strategies”

Feb. 17 & 18, 2011

15.

National Seminar on “Services Sector and Inclusive Growth”

Feb. 28, 2012

16.

Workshop on “Behavioral Skills”

Oct. 10, 2012

17.

National Seminar on “Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability”

Jan. 23, 2013

18.

Workshop on “Entrepreneurial Skill and Guidance”

Feb. 22, 2013

19.

Jubilee Celebration Cum Seminar on “Globonomics – A Panoramic View of Economics”

Oct. 09, 2013

20.

UGC Sponsored International Conference on “Solutions to Ecological Challenges: Multidimensional Perspectives” jointly organized with The Research Centres of English & Tamil and Departments of Physics, Chemistry, Zoology & Home Science in collaboration with DHAN Foundation

Dec. 11 – 13, 2014

21.

UGC Sponsored International Conference on “Changing Urban Scenario: Opportunities and Challenges”

Feb. 17, 2016

22.

State Level Seminar on “Economic Analysis of the Proposed Port at Enayam near Colachel”

Oct. 19, 2016

23.

Workshop on  “Entrepreneurial Skills”

Oct. 19, 2016

24.

ICSSR Sponsored National Conference on “Agriculture in the New Millennium – Nutritious Seeds for a Sustainable Future”

Feb. 24, 2017

25.

National Conference on “Contemporary Issues and its implications In India”

Feb. 23, 2018

26.

National Workshop on “Training the Youth to Combat Corruption” 

Feb. 18, 2019

 10. CONTACT US

Email : economics@fatimacollegemdu.org 

  • Vision Statement

    WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION To empower women by developing human capabilities through quality education based on Christian values, making them responsible citizens who can work for the advancement of the society and promote communal harmony in the multi-religious and multi-cultural reality of India eventually evolving into women of communion.