a) ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS :
b) RECOGNITIONS Recognised Post Graduate Teacher in M.A. and M.Com.
c) ORIENTATION & REFRESHER COURSES - Attended one Orientation and three Refresher Courses organised by Academic Staff College, University of Mumbai.
e) LANGUAGES KNOWN : Telugu, English, Kannada, Hindi and Marathi
e) KEY SKILLS:
a) AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION : Macro Economics, Public Finance, Demography, Monetary Economics, Growth & Development.
b) AREAS OF INTEREST: Macro Economics, Public Finance, International Trade & Finance, Demography, Monetary Economics, Growth & Development Managerial Economics
PUBLICATION AND PRESENTATION AT REGIONAL / NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL / CONFERENCES / SEMINARS / WORKSHOPS / SYMPOSIUM :
Participated and presented research articles on varied topics at regional, national and international conferences, seminars, workshops and symposiums.
b) Best paper Award at International Conferences.
c) Published research articles on varied topics in journals, magazines and books.
d) Experience of writing Study Material for IDOL courses of the University of Mumbai.
e) Member of Marathi Artha Shastra Parishad.
f) Member of Indian Economic Association.
RESOURCE PERSONS :
Served as Resource Person at National Seminars organised by various institutions
CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES :
a) Organised workshops, seminars and conferences
b) Organised elocution, essay writing and other competitive examinations for students
c) Co-ordinator for M Com course
d) Completed a certificate course in Sanskrit from University of Mumbai
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES :
a) Served as In charge of NSS, Gymkhana and Sports, Students Council and organised exhibitions, blood donation camps several rural and urban camps and other routine activities
b) Organised field visits to students both academic and non-academic
c) Completed One Month course on Yog from Yog Vidya Niketan, Mumbai
COMMUNITY SERVICES :
a) Participation in social and cultural activities in the community
b) Member of the J Krishna Murthi Self Education Society, Mumbai
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b) EXPERIENCE :
KEY SKILLSa) AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION :
PARTICIPATION AND PRESENTATION AT REGIONAL / NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL / CONFERENCES / SEMINARS / WORKSHOPS / SYMPOSIUM.
a) ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS :
Currently working as an Assistant Professor in Economics in L. S. Raheja College of Arts and Commerce from October , 2015 onwards.
worked as Shikshan Sevak in Economics in Bhavans Junior College from September, 2014 to October, 2015
b) LANGUAGES KNOWN English, Marathi, Hindi
KEY SKILLS -
a) AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION : Econometrics, International Trade, International Finance, Economics of Agricultural Production And Rural Markets, Economics of Labour Markets, Input Output -Theory And Application, Trade Union And Industrial Relations In India, Quantitative Methods In Demography, Public Choice- Theory And Application, Theory And Practice of Regional Trade And Monetary Arrangements.
b) AREAS OF INTEREST : Economics of Education, Health Economics, International Economics, Development Economics, Philosophy of Economics, Economics of Environment, Economics Of Social Issues, Food Economics, Economics of Information, Economics of Knowledge, Economics of Tourism.
PH.D. TOPIC Currently pursuing Ph.D in Economics under the guidance of Prof. Manisha Karne from Department of Economics, University of Mumbai. Topic: An Application of Education Production Function at Secondary School Level in Mumbai
PARTICIPATION AND PRESENTATION AT REGIONAL / NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL / CONFERENCES / SEMINARS / WORKSHOPS / SYMPOSIUM. :
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1. Six papers in Economics
2. Economics and Commerce combination
The applied component ‘Elementary Quantitative Techniques’ is introduced at SYBA with a special purpose of improvement of TYBA performance of the students as well as their overall improvement in the academic and employment prospects. It covers up the lacuna of statistics papers in the first and the second year. This paper prepares the SYBA students for the TYBA papers like Elementary Mathematics and Statistics for Economics (VII) and Introduction to Econometrics (VIII) since most of the related syllabi of both these papers are covered at SYBA level. Thus, it forms a link to the TYBA. This paper is also essential for the students going for higher studies, post- graduation, competitive examinations in different fields etc. Thus, the Department of Economics is keen to encourage the students to take up this useful as well as scoring paper. Our Department of Economics offers a combination of very useful as well as scoring papers at TYBA. Optional papers like Elementary Mathematics and Statistics for Economics (VII) and Introduction to Econometrics (VIII) are combined with applied component paper Computer Applications for Economic Analysis (IX) so that the students get acquainted to the most important quantitative techniques that are being used in the recent times in Economics. These three papers form a unique combination which is rarely offered by any college. The applied component paper ‘Computer Applications for Economic Analysis’ (Paper-IX) is introduced for preparing our students for good career opportunities. Students get the knowledge of basics in computers as well as its uses for economic studies and research. Thus, from the point of view of higher studies, competitive examinations, the students are prepared at affordable college fees.Features
GUEST LECTURE BY DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
The Department of Economics of L.S. Raheja College arranged for a Guest Lecture on the 9th of July, 2016 at 10:30 am in the Auditorium. We had the profound pleasure of hosting Prof. S.M. Sawant as the speaker for this event.
The lecture that was on ‘Time Management and Self Discipline’ and was accompanied by a wonderfully informative PowerPoint presentation. The audience consisted of students representing all three years of both the Arts as well as Commerce branches of our senior college. The session started with Prof. Sawant giving a very well articulated speech on the importance of time management and self discipline in a student’s life, the hurdles that one faces while trying to achieve these goals and how to overcome these and become more efficient and competent individuals. His speech was peppered with humorous anecdotes and examples from our daily life which the students found very interesting and these helped them to open up very quickly with the result that the speech soon transformed into an interactive session between the students and Prof. Sawant.
The event concluded with a short question answer session between Prof. Sawant and the students.