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Micro-Economics Course Contents
S.No. |
Contents |
I |
Introduction to Micro Economics |
1. |
Introduction |
2. |
Economic Problem |
3. |
Meaning and types of Economics |
4. |
Central Problems of Economy |
5. |
Opportunity cost and Production Possibility Curve( PPC) |
II |
Consumer’s Equilibrium |
6. |
Introduction |
7. |
Cardinal Utility Approach |
8. |
Concept of Utility |
9. |
Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility |
10. |
Consumer Equilibrium(Single Commodity, Two Commodities) |
11. |
Ordinal Utility Approach(Indifference curve Analyzed) |
12. |
Budget Line |
13. |
Consumer Equilibrium |
III |
Demand |
14 |
Meaning of Demand |
15 |
Determinants & function of Individual & Market Demand |
16 |
Demand Schedule & curve |
17 |
Law of Demand |
18. |
Movement along the Demand Curve |
19 |
Shift in Demand Curve |
20 |
Types of Goods |
IV |
Elasticity of Demand |
21 |
Concept of Elasticity of Demand & Price Elasticity of Demand |
22 |
Methods for measuring price Elasticity of Demand |
23 |
Relationship between Price Elasticity & Total Expenditure |
24. |
Degrees of Elasticity of Demand |
25 |
Factors affecting Price Elasticity of Demand |
V |
Production Function |
26 |
Introduction |
27. |
Short Run & Long Run Production Function |
28. |
Variable factors & Fixed Factors |
29 |
Concept & Types of Product |
30 |
Returns to a factor ; law of Variable Proportions |
31 |
Law of Diminishing returns |
32 |
Law of Returns to scale |
33 |
Relationship between TP & MP |
34 |
Relationship between AP & MP |
VI |
Cost |
35 |
Meaning of Cost |
36 |
Short Run costs |
37 |
Average costs |
38 |
Marginal Cost |
39 |
Relationship between Short Run Cost Curves |
VII |
Revenue |
40 |
Concept of Revenue |
41 |
Relationship between AR & MR (When Price remains Constant) |
42 |
Relationship between TR & MR (When Price remains Constant) |
43 |
Relationship between AR & MR (When Price falls with rise in output) |
44 |
Relationship between TR & MR (When Price falls with rise in output) |
45 |
Break Even Point & Shut-down Point |
VIII |
Producer’s Equilibrium |
46 |
Introduction & Meaning of Profit |
47 |
Producer’s Equilibrium& Methods for Determination |
48 |
Marginal Revenue-Marginal Cost Approach (MR-MC approach) |
49 |
Producer’s Equilibrium ( When Price Remains constant ) |
50 |
Producer’s Equilibrium ( When price falls with the rise in output) |
IX |
Supply |
51 |
Meaning of Supply |
52 |
Determinants of Individual & Market supply & Supply Function |
53 |
Supply Schedule & Curve |
54 |
Law of Supply |
55 |
Movement along the supply curve |
56 |
Shift in supply curve |
X |
Price Elasticity of Supply |
57 |
Meaning of price elasticity of supply |
58 |
Methods for measuring price elasticity of supply |
59 |
Kinds of Elasticity of supply |
XI |
Market Forms |
60 |
Meaning of market |
61 |
Perfect competition |
62 |
Monopoly |
63 |
Monopolistic Competition |
64 |
Oligopoly |
65 |
Price Determination & its applications |
XII |
Price Determination & its applications |
s |
Determination of Market Equilibrium under perfect competition |
67 |
Viable & Non-viable Industry |
68 |
Effects of changes in Demand & supply on Market Equilibrium |
69 |
Change in demand |
70 |
Change in supply |
71 |
Change in both demand & supply |
72 |
Special cases related to price elasticity |
73 |
Applications – Price ceiling & Price floor (MSP) |
Statistics Course Contents
S.No. |
Contents |
I |
Economics : An Introduction |
01 |
Introduction |
02 |
Meaning Of Economics |
03 |
Economics & Non Eco Activities |
II |
Statistics: An Introduction |
04 |
Introduction And Types Of Data |
05 |
Functions, Importance And Limitations Of Statistics |
III |
Collection Of Data |
06 |
Introduction And Type Of Data |
07 |
Primary & Secondary Data |
08 |
Methods Of Collecting Primary Data |
09 |
Construction Of Questionnaire Or Schedule |
10 |
Census & Sampling Techniques |
11 |
Methods Of Sampling ( Random Sampling) |
12 |
Non-Random Sampling |
13 |
Statistical Error |
14 |
Sources Of Secondary Data |
15 |
Precautions In Use Of Secondary Data |
IV |
Organization Of Data |
16 |
Introduction & Meaning Of Classification |
17 |
Methods Of Classification |
18 |
Concept Of Variable & Frequency |
19 |
Statistical Series And Its Kinds ( Individual, Discrete, Continuous) |
20 |
Types Of Continuous Series |
21 |
Bi-Variate Frequency Distribution |
V |
Tabular Presentation |
22 |
Introduction |
23 |
Essentials Of A Good Table |
24 |
Parts Of A Table |
25 |
Types Of Table |
26 |
Numerical |
VI |
Diagrammatic Presentation |
27 |
Introduction, Advantages Of Diagrammatic Presentation |
28 |
Guidelines For Diagrammatic Presentation |
29 |
Types Of Diagram |
30 |
One-D Diagram Or Bar Diagram |
31 |
Pie Diagram |
32 |
Limitation Of Diagrammatic Presentation |
VII |
Graphical Presentation |
33 |
Introduction And Advantages Of Graphical Presentation |
34 |
Construction Of Graphics |
35 |
Types Of Graphics |
36 |
Frequency Distribution Graphs |
37 |
Time Series Graph |
38 |
Limitations Of Graphic Presentation |
VIII |
Measures Of Central Tendency –Arithmetic Mean |
39 |
Meaning ,Objective And Function Of Averages |
40 |
Essential Requirements And Types Of Measure Of Central Tendency |
41 |
Meaning Of Arithmetic Mean And Types Of Series (Individual; Discrete And Continuous) |
42 |
Charlier’s Accuracy Check |
43 |
Calculation Of Missing Value |
44 |
Mean In Special Cases |
45 |
Properties; Merits And Demerits Of Arithmetic Mean |
46 |
Weighted Mean |
IX |
Median And Quartiles |
47 |
Meaning Of Positional Averages And Median |
48 |
Calculation Of Median For (Individual; Discrete And Continuous) |
49 |
Median In Special Cases |
50 |
Graphic Location Of Median |
51 |
Properties; Merits And Demerits Of Median |
X |
Mode |
52 |
Meaning And Calculation Of Mode (Individual; Discrete And Continuous) |
53 |
Mode By Graphical Method |
54 |
Mode In Special Cases |
55 |
Merits And Demerits Of Mode |
56 |
Relationship And Comparison Between Mean; Median And Mode |
XI |
Dispersion |
57 |
Meaning; Types; Objectives And Methods Of Dispersion |
58 |
Range And Coefficient Of Range |
59 |
Quartile Deviation |
60 |
Mean Deviation |
61 |
Standard Deviation And Combined Standard Deviation |
62 |
Lorenz Curve |
XII |
Correlation |
63 |
Introduction; Meaning And Importance Of Correlation |
64 |
Types And Degree Of Correlation |
65 |
Methods Of Measurements Of Correlation- Scatter Diagram |
66 |
Karl Pearson’s Coefficient Of Correlation |
67 |
Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient |
XIII |
Index Numbers |
68 |
Meaning And Problems In Construction Of Index Numbers |
69 |
Types Of Index Numbers And Construction Of Price Index Numbers |
70 |
Un Weighted Index Numbers |
71 |
Weighted Index Numbers |
72 |
Consumer Price Index (Cpi) |
73 |
Index Of Industrial Production |
74 |
Uses And Limitations Of Index Numbers |
75 |
Inflation And Index Numbers |
76 |
Wholesale Price Index Numbers |
Dr. Rupal mathur completed her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree from Department of Business Finance and Economics, Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Dr. Rupal Mathur holds the first class Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) with high meritorious academic background. She is having 12 years of teaching experience in prestigious organizations which includes 10 years of post graduate teaching and research. She is author of various books in commerce and management. She has presented various National and International Research papers in india and abroad. Dr. Rupal Instructed students on diverse subject matters including Quantitative Techniques, Financial Management, Management Accounting Production and Operations Management, International Financial Management, Business Statistics.
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