The main objective of this paper is to make the students aware of the importance of population in economic development and the various theories that explain the growth of population in a country. The paper also enlightens the students on the quantitative and the qualitative aspects and characteristics of the population through various demographic techniques. In recent times, gender characteristics of the population have acquired importance and these have also been included in the framework of study. Migration and urbanization are the characteristics of structural change taking place in a society. Their study is essential to understand the dynamics of this change. The paper exposes the students to sources of population and related characteristics and also to the rationale, need and evolution of population policy. 

The course intends to make students aware about the changing scenario of the modern banking role, structure, performance and the current problems faced by the banking sector in India and also in the world. It also tries to throw light on the future prospects and role of modern banking sector at the global level. Students are supposed to study the current affairs and events happening in the money market and capital market at the national and international level. 

Growth and Development is one of the most important areas of economic exploration in the last 50-60 years. Although relatively recent in origin this subject occupies a significant position in economic theory and practice. India being a developing country, this subject becomes extremely relevant for both teachers and students. The syllabus of Semester III includes the evolution of growth models as well as important concepts such as poverty, inequality and population dynamics in the context of developing countries. 

Macroeconomics or aggregative economics analyses and establishes the functional relationship between the large aggregates. The aggregate analysis has assumed such a great significance in recent times that a prior understanding of macroeconomic theoretical structure is considered essential for the proper comprehension of the different issues and policies. Macroeconomics is not only a scientific method of analysis; but also a body of empirical economic knowledge. The paper entitled “Macro Economic Analysis” equips the students at the postgraduate level to understand systemic facts and latest theoretical developments for empirical analysis.