Department of Economics 

The Department of Economics is one of the pioneering Departments in Social Sciences. The Department of studies and Research in Economics was established in 2003. This is oldest department in this University. Since the last Nineteenth years, the department has been offering the Post Graduate, Diploma and Doctorate programmes to the students of this region. The Department has been progressing consistently in the field of teaching, research and extension activities in the field of Economics. The Department has been organizing many International and National seminars, workshops and training programmes in at all levels. It has been offering one- year Professional Diploma in Co-Operative Management (PGDCM) course to student. The department is well equipped with library and computer facilities. At present, there are three faculty members and most of them have completed the major and minor research projects funded by the UGC, ICSSR-IMPRESS–DST.NCW. etc.
Contact Details:
Mob: 9448604947
To generate human resources to construct a knowledge economy to promote inclusive growth and women empowerment.
  • To provide quality knowledge of Economics to the students to equip them to meet challenges and opportunities.
  • To strengthen the ICT base of the students.
  • To promote applied research by exposing the students to the realities at micro level.
  • To generate knowledge about the regional issues through field studies and Project Work.
  • To promote capacity building of the girl students for development of their personality and professional skills.
  • To generate awareness about Women’s Issues and promote Women empowerment.


  • To promote interest in the economic affairs.
  • To enable the students to develop a broad understanding the functioning of ‘World Economy’ in general and ‘Indian Economy” in particular.
  • To equip the students with market oriented skills.
  • To understand the course and direction of economic policies.
  • To enhance the employment potential among students.
  • To develop the habit of cultivating research oriented academic programs.
  • To interconnect the academy with the corporate houses.
  • To achieve excellence in teaching- learning and research:
  • To promote equity and inclusion
Sl.No Course Duration Eligibility Intake Career Options Syllabus
1 M.A 02 Years / 4 Semesters Any Degree 40+10 Banking , Industry and Corporate in Private and Public Sector View
2 Ph.D 06 Years MA in Economics As per University and UGC Norms Banking , Industry and Corporate in Private and Public Sector  
3 M.Phil 02 Years MA in Economics As per University and UGC Norms Banking , Industry and Corporate in Private and Public Sector  
4 Post Graduate Diploma in Co-Operative Management 01 Year Any Degree 30+-10 Banking and Co operative sector  
5 Certificate Course in Panchayat Raj Institutions 6 Months Any Degree 30+-10 Banking and Co operative sector  


Sl.No Photo Name & Designation Qualification Specialization Contact Details Resume
(Director, Regional Center, KSAWU, Bidar)
M.A., M.Phil.,Ph.D Macro Economics


Ph.No: 9449967887

Chairperson & Professor
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D, LL.B Development Economics


Ph.No: 9448604947

Dr.Suresha K P
Assistant Professor
MA, M.B.A, B.Ed, M.Phil, SET, Ph.D. PDF Micro Economics


Ph.No: 9449577652



Sl.No Principal Investigator Sponsoring Agency Sanctioned Year Budget Status
1 Prof. R.V. Gangshetty UGC, New Delhi 2017 1.00 Lakh Completed
2 Dr. Suresha K,P. ICSSR-IMPRESS 2019 10.00 Lakh Completed


Sl.No Title  Author Name Journal Name Year Umpact Factor
1 Economic Empowerment of Women through Micro Finance: A Case Study of Gadag District, Dr.D.M.Madari Thematics Journal of Social Sciences pp.7-19 Vol.4, Issue 2, April 2015 ISSN: 2277-3010

Urban Poverty and Marginalized Groups

Dr.D.M.Madari Orient Journal of Law and Social Science, Hyderabad pp.48-55 February 2016 ISSN 0973-7480
3 Urban Poverty Alleviation Programmes: A Critical Analysis,  Dr.D.M.Madari Bulletin of Indian Society and Culture, pp.14-19 February 2016, ISSN: 2395-3748
4 Problems and Significance of Dry-land Agriculture in India. Dr.D.M.Madari Bulletin of Indian Society and Culture, pp.124-132 February 2016, ISSN: 2395-3748
5 Funding of Higher Education in India, Dr.D.M.Madari Bulletin of Indian Society and Culture, pp.171-180 February 2016, ISSN: 2395-3748



2. Computer Lab  and Projector

3. ICT facilities (wifi ,internet access )

4. A well-established department library.

5. Digital Board Facilities.


1.Case Study Project

2.Filed Visits


4.Cultural Activities