Economics subject was introduced in Mathabhanga College in 1969 and the honours course was started in 2000. Eminent faculty members of the Departments of Economics from the beginning are Prof. Anjana Basu, Prof. Satybrata Sengupta, Prof. Jugaratan Barman, Prof. Manjari Biswas and Dr Amit Kundu. Presently the department has only one faculty Prof. Aparna Biswas.
Programme Specific Outcome
Smt. Aparna Biswas
2001-- Till date: Assistant Professor of Mathabhanga College
2001-2001: Assistant Teacher of Economics, Baxirhat High School
1999-2000: State-aided Junior Research Scholarship, University of North Bengal
1997- 1998: BEd University BT Evening College (Coochbehar)
1994-1996: Master of Science in Economics (North Bengal University)
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Class Routine (online classes schedule):
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Special Lecture Arrangement:
An online special lecture has been organized in the Department of Economics on the topic Rural Economy and Development on 17th July 2021 at 3 pm in the Google meet platform after prior notification given in the WhatsApp groups of different semesters of economics and also in the Facebook page. The resource person was Dr Sidhartha Sankar Laha, Associate Professor, Department of lifelong Learning and Extension, University of North Bengal. The programme was started with a short speech by Smt. Aparna Biswas, Associate professor of Economics. She explained the motto of organizing the special lecture and the logic that lies behind the selection of the topic. The welcome address was given by Dr Santanu Rout, the Teacher in charge of Mathabhanga College. Dr Gurucharan Das, the senior-most member of IQAC, Mathabhanga College describes some rural problems that we have been experiencing around our localities and also suggested some way out. Dr Sidhartha Sankar Laha, the main speaker, started his lecture by explaining the need for rural development. He nicely described different aspects of rural development and different programmes introduced by the govt. of India from time to time for the development of rural people by creating employment opportunities and reducing poverty.
Parents Teacher meeting:
Department of Economics organized a parent-Teacher meeting on 22nd July 2021 at 7.30 pm in Google meet platform after prior notification is given in each of the WhatsApp group of honours and programme courses of even semesters Smt. Aparna Biswas, Associate Professor of Economics, was the only teacher participant in the meeting as she is the only teaching staff in the department. The meeting was conducted by her. As the number of students of economics honours and programme course is not large, a single meeting was organized for the parents of all the students of honours and programme course.