ISI MSQE (19–20 LPA)
Three-year Bachelor’s degree with Economics and Mathematics as full subjects.
Holders of the B.Stat. degree of the Institute are eligible only if they have taken all the
four elective papers in Economics in the B.Stat. course.
Delhi School of Economics ( 15–16)
The eligibility Criteria For DU DSE MA (Economics) Admission 2020 is given
Indian Students (General Category)
Indian Nationals can get admission through two modes Direct/ Merit Mode or Entrance
Test Mode. however, for each mode, there is a percentage of marks to be fulfilled:-
Direct/Merit Mode– A candidate must have secured at least 60% aggregate in B.A.
Entrance Test Mode– A candidate must have secured at least 60% or 1st division or
equivalent CGPA in any Undergraduate/Postgraduate degree in any subject.
A foreign national may be given the choice to either take a Departmental test or submit
their GRE Scores along with 2 recommendation letters from their 2 academic referees.
Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research ( 15–16)
Minimum qualification for admission to the M.Sc. programme includes
one of the following degrees or their equivalents: B.A./B.Sc. in
Economics/B.Com./B.Stat./B.Sc. (Physics or Mathematics)/B.Tech./B.E. with at
least 55% aggregate marks for the Economics discipline and 60% aggregate marks
for other disciplines. The applicant must have studied Mathematics at the higher secondary or higher level.
Madras School of Economics (M.A. General Economics, M. A. Financial Economics,
M.A. Actuarial Economics, M.A. Applied Quantitative Finance, M.A. Environmental
○ The total fee is about 6 Lakh (4.5 tuition+1.5 Hostel) per year BUT, You can
get an exemption from 25% to as much as 100% if you show the necessity for
it. They do a complete evaluation which includes family income, assets,
loans, family members, etc. About 50% of the students have received a
minimum of 100% Tuition waiver or more (Hostel/Meals).
● Meghnad Desai Academy of Economics
● IIT Roorkee(Through JAM)
● INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN TRADE
● Shiv Nadar University
● Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune [M.Sc. (Economics), M.Sc.
(Financial Economics), M.Sc. (Agri Business Economics), M.Sc. (International
Business Economics & Finance), M.A.(Economics)]
● Pune University
● JNU (Any Bachelor’s degree (with 60% marks in aggregate) with courses in
Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Mathematical Economics and Statistics
● JNU CESP (Bachelor’s degree in any discipline under 10+2+3 pattern of education
with at least 50% marks) link