According to the Centre for Economics and Business Research, a think tank based out of United Kingdom, India is set to become the world’s third largest economy by 2030, overtaking the U.K. in 2025, Germany in 2027 and Japan in 2030. By 2025, one-fifth of the world’s working age population will be Indian. By 2030 there will be over 850 million internet users in India. By 2035 India’s five largest cities will have economies of comparable size to middle income countries today. These statistics show immense potential of candidates graduating with a degree in Economics and Finance, because there will be corresponding growth in a number of sectors where these graduates will be in high demand – i) banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), ii) consulting, iii) research institutions, iv) fast moving consumer goods, v) eCommerce, and vi) manufacturing, among others.
Building on a foundation of mathematics and statistics in high school, the student, at the end of the program, will have developed solid knowledge in the domains of economics and finance, strong analytical skills and a portfolio of technology skills.
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||2.5 Lac/Annum; food, accommodation and international immersion will be extra|