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Placement Brochure

2017-18

Centre for Economic Studies and Planning


School of Social Sciences
Jawaharlal Nehru University
JNU New Delhi
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"A University stands for humanism.
For tolerance, for reason, for the
adventure of ideas and for the
search of truth. It stands for the
onward march of the human race
towards ever higher objectives. If
the Universities discharge their
duties adequately, then it is well
with the Nation and the People."

Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru

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Message from the
Faculty

"The CESP faculty is very proud of their


students, who have achieved
professional success in many different
walks of life and contributed to society
as responsible and engaged citizens.
CESP alumni are frequently praised for
their training, competence and
dedication to work. I hope the
graduating class of 2018 continues this
great tradition, and I wish them all the
very best for their future success in
whatever they choose to do."

Prof. Jayati Ghosh


Contents
JNU at a glance
5 About CESP
6-7 Course Structure
8 Faculty Profile
9 Infrastructure
Placement
11 Why hire from CESP
12 Where we fit in
13 Alumni
14-24 Batch Profile
25 Past Recruiters
26 Placement Process
Placement Cell 2017-
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About CESP
The Centre for Economic Studies and Planning launched its MA Economics program in 1973 under the leadership of Prof.
Krishna Bharadwaj who brought together the first brilliant group of faculty members - Prof. Amit Bhaduri, Prof. Anjan
Mukherjee, Prof. Utsa Patnaik, Prof. Sunanda Sen and Prof. Prabhat Patnaik.

Krishna Bharadwaj was a highly gifted economist who made lasting contribution to economic theory in general and Indian
economic issues in particular. Since then, CESP has established itself as the leading institute in the country for learning
and research in the discipline of economics.

The Centre now offers 3 types of programs in economics: MA, M.Phil/PhD and Direct Ph.D.The Programs here are designed
and are continuously modified as per new insights, to address the biggest issue prevalent today - "A Gap between theoretical
and practical Economics".

Taught by a pool of highly motivated and highly distinguished faculty in an environment facilitated by world class
infrastructure, CESP has made a name for itself around the world. The appeal of the Centre can be gauged by the large number
of applicants from all over the country and the number of foreign students, including from the developed nations like
USA, UK, Germany, and France.

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Course Structure
The M.A. programme offers the following courses of which a student has to complete 16 courses of 4
credits each

Core Courses Optional Courses


Indian Economic Problems Econometric Methods I
International Trade, Finance and Econometric Methods II
Development General Equilibrium Analysis
Introduction to Statistics andEconometric Game Theory with Applications to Economics
Methods Evolution of the Indian Economy
Macroeconomics Experimental Methods in Economics
Mathematical Methods in Economics Analysis of Indian Economy (with special reference
Micro Economic Theory to ResourceMobilization)
Political Economy of Development Problems and Techniques of Planning
Problems of Accumulation Advanced General Equilibrium
Social Choice I

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Course Structure
Optional Courses (Contd.)

Production Conditions in Indian Financial Structures and Economic


Agriculture Development
Structure and Growth of Indian Industrie Database on Indian Economy
Foreign Trade, Aid and InvestmentPolicies Issues in the ContemporaryInternational
Banking and Monetary Institution Economy
International Monetary Systems Analysis of Indian Economy (with special
Theory of Industrial Organisation reference to SectoralProblems)
Law and Economics Auction Theory and its Application
Economics of Health Environmental Economics
Classical Theories of Value and Distribution Globalization and Development
Labour Economics Public Finance

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Faculty
Emeritus Professor Professor
Prof Amit Bhaduri Ph.D. (Cambridge) Prof. Abhijit Sen, Ph.D. (Cambridge)
Prof. Anjan Mukherjee Ph.D. (Rochester) Prof. Jayati Ghosh, Ph.D. (Cambridge)
Prof. Deepak Nayyar D.Phil (Oxford) Prof. Praveen K. Jha, Ph.D. (JNU)
Prof. Prabhat Patnaik D.Phil (Oxford) Prof. Satish K. Jain, Ph.D. (Rochester)
Prof. Utsa Patnaik D.Phil (Oxford) Prof. Pradipta K. Chaudhary Ph.D. (JNU)
Prof. Sheila Bhalla Ph.D. Prof. Surajit Mazumdar, Ph.D. (JNU)
Prof. Ramaprasad Sengupta Ph.D. Prof. Vikas Rawal, Ph.D. (IGIDR)
(Presidency College, Calcutta) Prof. Biswajit Dhar, Ph.D. (JNU)
Prof. Krishnendu Ghosh Dastidar, Ph.D. (JNU)
Prof. Sugato Dasgupta, Ph.D. (MIT,Michigan)
Prof. C. P. Chandrasekhar, Ph.D. (JNU)
Assistant Professor
Associate Professor
Prof. Archana Aggarwal, Ph.D. (Florida)
Prof. Ashok, Ph.D. (JNU) Prof. Subrata Guha, Ph.D. (JNU)
Prof. Debabrata Pal, Ph.D. (JNU) Prof. Sujoy Chakravarty, Ph.D. (Purdue)
Prof. Rajendra Prasad Kundu, Ph.D. (JNU) Prof. Himanshu, Ph.D. (JNU)
Prof. Surajit Das, Ph.D. (JNU) Prof. Shakti Kumar, Ph.D. (JNU)
Prof. Rohit, Ph.D. (JNU)
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Infrastructure
Infrastructure
Central Library
JNU Central Library, a nine storied tower with floor area of over one lakh square feet, is one of the
most endowed and equipped library in entire Asia.

EXIM Library
Funded by EXIM Bank of India, this library has primary focus on literature related to Economics.
It has wide collectionof books and journals relating to the different fields of the subject.

Computer and Internet Facility


Well equipped and updated computer lab , Wi-Fi connection, 24*7 for individual access to
prestigious JSTOR and Project MUSE network.

Seminar Halls and Auditoriums


Krishna Bharadwaj Seminar Room, SS Auditorium and Convention Centre

Census Data Centre


The workstation set up for research on Census Data is situated at the JNU New Convention Centre
and has the facility to access all the published census tables from 1991 to 2011 Censuses for
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Placements
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Why hire from CESP
Assignments and Presentations
Students are assigned different topics Group Discussions
from the course on regular basis and are A distinctive feature of the Centre is the
guided with varied views. They are ready accessibility of the faculty to
expected to come up with their own take students as well as a close interaction
on the issues which is followed by an between them. Under the guidanceof the
analyticaldiscussion. Deep knowledge of Statistical
and Econometric concepts professors, independent group
This helps to develop personal view on discussions take place regularly.We also
the topics rather than accepting the With one compulsory courseand 2
optional courses students have an have Regular Seminars on Diverse
views given in the literature. Issues.
expertise in advanced statistical and
econometric concepts which will be
of value to any firm
Term Paper Submissions Independent Projects
In each semester students have to write Students of CESP are known for
term papers on their own topic of undertaking independent projects as
interest, given the specialization of the well as being involved in various
particular course. The quality of the academic studies and research projects
term paper can be assessed by the fact currently being carried out by the
that selected few papers are even faculty.Apart from these we also have
published in International Journals and Workshops on Statistical Tools and
presented in Conferences. Packages.

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Where we fit in
ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS: With the growing synchronization between the economic and financial market,
it is of essence that a student has detailed understanding of the repercussion each has on influencing the other. At CESP
students are molded in a way that they take in account all the macro and micro indicators while analyzing a market.
DATA ANALYSIS & FORECASTING: Clustering, categorizing and scrutinizing data and deciphering future trends is the
starting step to any business decision. With predictive models forming a part of the curriculum, students here are already a step
ahead.
INVESTMENT BANKING: With an unabridged view of macroeconomic policy and excellence in quantitative skills, much
needed for investment bank, students from CESP play a crucial role in the investment decision making process.
RISK ADVISORY AND INSURANCE: Critical thinking, systems analysis, complex problem solving, judgment and decision
making are some of the skills needed for a career in risk management. Students at CESP are trained in these skills from the very
beginning through a diverse course structure.
DEVELOPMENT SECTOR: The course structure at the institute is designed in a way that forges a student to get a clear
perspective of what is happening in the economy. The seminars and talks organized by the institute facilitate the much needed
global perspective in issues to elevate the society.
RESEARCH: Various term papers in the curriculum set the ball rolling at a pretty early stage. Exhaustive readings nurture the
student. At CESP special attention is laid down to make sure students involve themselves in the field of research.
MEDIA AND PUBLISHING: With pellucid panorama of the existing issues and their possible solutions, students from CESP
are well suited for this sector. Moreover many students start publishing their research paper in different journals during the
course of study, giving an edge over others.
SALES & MARKETING: One cannot possibly think of selling a product without proper information about the market which
the company is targeting. The segmenting, market organising (monopoly, duopoly, competitive), pricing are the key parts for
any sales. No one is best suited for this sector as compared to economicsstudents. 12
Some of Our Alumni
Corporate Academia
Abhijit V Banerjee - Professor, MIT, USA
BVR Subbu - Former President, Hyundai Motors(India)
Ashish Arora - Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Narender Mansukhani - CEO, Transcorp International
Soumendra Bhattacharya - GE Capital (USA) Errol D'Souza - Professor, IIM Ahmedabad

Jaydeep Chakrabarty - Consultant, Ernst & Young Mrityunjoy Mohanti - Professor, IIM Calcutta

Anandaroop Ghosh - Creative Director, Rediffusion DY&R Niranjan Kumar - Professor, University of Michigan, USA

Kanika Chawla - Senior Economist, Watson WyattWorldwide Sima Gahlaut - Professor, University of Georgia,USA
Vasudha Dalmia - Professor, University of California,Berkeley,USA
Administration & Bureaucracy Media
Chanchal Sarkar - IES, Assistant Director, Ministry of Finance,GoI Anand P. Raman - Editorial Board, HarvardBusiness
Dilip Rath - IAS, Secretary to The Governor, West Bengal C.Raja Mohan - Editor, Indian Express
Sanjay Tripathi - Indian Revenue Services N. Chandra Mohan - Consulting Editor, Financial Express
Sanjay Baru - Director, Geo-Economics and Strategy,IISS P. Sainath - The Hindu (Ramon Magsaysay Award,2007,Journalism)
Venu Rajamony - Indian High Commission, Washington DC,USA Sugata Ghosh - Bureau Chief, Economic Times,Mumbai
Udayan Mukherjee - CNBC TV18
Financial Institutions
Arijit Saraswati - Economist, Vice President, Bank of America Other Organizations
Deepak Mohanty-Senior Advisor, IMF Sharat Kumar - Director, Planning Commission Supama Karmakar - ASSOCHAM
Hiranya Mukhopadhyay - Economist, Asian Development Bank Soumen Bagchi - ICRA Advisory Services
Jahangir Aziz - Chief Asia Economist, JP Morgan Tamal Sarkar - UNIDO, UNO
Jayatu Sen Chowdhury - Vice President, American Express Tamai Majumdar FICCI
Ravi N Mishra - Chief General Manager, Reserve Bank of India. Abhijit Banerjee Founder, J-PAL
Sushenjit Bandyopadhyay - Consultant, The World Bank
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Batch Profile
GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, SGGSCC, University of Delhi
AISHWARYA
GOEL

GRADUATION: B.A (H) Economics, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, University of Delhi
AKSHAY INTERNSHIPS: Sri Ramkrishna Exporters (2013, 4 weeks);
RATNAWAT The Talking Indian ( 2016, 8 weeks)

AMISHA GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, SGGSCC, University of Delhi


INTERNSHIP: Max Life Insurance Pvt. Ltd. (2017, 6 weeks)
MADAN

ANKITA GRADUATION: B.A. (H) Economics, Hindu College, University of Delhi


INTERNSHIPS: Town and Country Planning (2015, 8 weeks);
GOGOI EXIM Bank of India (2017, 8 weeks)
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Batch Profile
GRADUATION: B.A. (H) Economics, Jadavpur University
ANUPAMA
CHAKRABORTY

GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi
ARCHANA INTERNSHIP: Rakshak Foundation
KUMARI

GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Lady Shri Ram college, University of Delhi


INTERNSHIP : Friendicoes (2013-14);
BHAWNA Chehel(2014-17);
National Commission for Women (2015,1 month);
Competition Commission of India (2017,1 month)

GRADUATION:B.A.(H) Economics, Lady Shri Ram College for Women,University of Delhi


CHARU LATHA INTERNSHIP : Oucip Fellowship from Osmania University(2014,4 weeks)
TADAKA
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Batch Profile
DEBOSMITA GRADUATION: B.Sc.(H) Economics, St. Xaviers College, Calcutta University
INTERNSHIPS: TATA Steel Pvt. Ltd. (2014, 4 weeks);
SAHA Ministry of Finance, Government of India(2017,9 weeks)

GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College, University of Delhi


DIVYA INTERNSHIP : ValueHR
JAIN

GAGAN GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (Day), University of Delhi
DEV

GRADUATION: B.A. Economics, Rajasthan University


GAUTAM

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Batch Profile
GRADUATION: Bachelor of Business Studies, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi
GAYATRI INTERNSHIPS : Finance Department, Mohan Meakin Limited(2014,6 weeks);
Research Assistant under Prof. Bina Agarwal, Professor & former director, Institute of
YADAV Economic Growth(2017,8 weeks)

GRADUATION: B.A. Economics, The University of Zambia


IGNATIUS W. INTERNSHIP :Zalco Limited
MASILOKWA

JITENDRA GRADUATION: B.A . Economics, Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi
KUMAR YADAV

GRADUATION: B.A. pass course, Maharani College, University of Rajasthan


JYOTI
RAIKA
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Batch Profile
KAJARI GRADUATION: B.A. Economics, Jadavpur University
INTERNSHIPS: Hope Foundation, Kolkata (12 months);
SAHA NIPFP, New Delhi (3 months)

GRADUATION: M.Sc. (H) Physics, BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus


KARTHIK INTERNSHIPS: GMR Varalaksmi(2012,5 weeks);
MANICKAM National Institute for Science Technology and Development Studies(2014,24 months)

GRADUATION: B.A. (H), Hans Raj College, University of Delhi


KIRTI INTERNSHIPS: The Indian Economist (2016, 4 weeks);
JAIN Wells Fargo (2017, 8 weeks)

GRADUATION: B.A. (H) Economics, Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi
KRITIKA INTERNSHIP : Wells Fargo (2017, 8 weeks)
ARORA
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Batch Profile
GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi
MOHIT INTERNSHIPS: NIPFP(2016,4 weeks);
SRIVASTAVA ICRIER(2017,8 weeks)

GRADUATION: B.Sc. Biotechnology, IIT Guwahati


NAMAN
KATRE

GRADUATION: B.Sc. (H) Economics, St. Xaviers College, Kolkata


NAMRATA

GRADUATION: B.A. (H) Economics, College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi


NAND INTERNSHIPS: Institute of Human Development (2017);
JHA Mydea Ventures (2014, 8 weeks);
Kotak Securities (2013, 8 weeks)
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Batch Profile
NOYONIKA GRADUATION: B.Sc. Economics, Presidency University
INTERNSHIPS: OrangeTree Global (2016, 8 weeks);
BOSE EXIM Bank of India (2017, 8 weeks)

PARAS GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi


INTERNSHIPS: HDFC Bank Ltd. (2016-17,4 weeks);
JASRAI National Council of Applied Economic Research (2017,9 weeks)

GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi
PARUL
YADAV

GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Shyam Lal College, University of Delhi


PRIYA
TOMAR
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Batch Profile
GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi
PRIYANKA

RAKA GRADUATION: B.A. (H) Economics, Jadavpur University


DATTA

GRADUATION: B.Sc. Economics, Lady Brabourne College, University of Calcutta


RAVEENA INTERNSHIP : Shree Jagannath Enterprises (2017, 4 weeks)
AGARWAL

GRADUATION: B.A. (H) Economics, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, University of Delhi
RITIKA INTERNSHIP : ValueHR;
GARG RIS(2017,4 weeks)

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Batch Profile
GRADUATION: B.A. Economics, Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi
INTERNSHIP: ITDM (2014, 4 weeks);
SAPNA IL&FS (2017)

GRADUATION: B.A. (H) Economics, Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi
SHRADHA INTERNSHIPS: Mash Project (2014-15, 12 months);
JBR Advanced Exam Systems (2016, 4 weeks);
JAIN Wells Fargo India Solutions (2017,8 weeks)

GRADUATION: B.A. Economics, St. Xaviers College, Mumbai


SIDDHANT
KUJUR

GRADUATION:B.A. (H) Economics, University of Delhi


SMRITI INTERNSHIPS: Office of Rajeev Gowda, MP Rajya Sabha (2015, 3 weeks);
SAINI Centre for Equity Studies (2016-17, 6 weeks);
EXIM Bank of India (2017, 8 weeks)
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Batch Profile
GRADUATION: BA Economics, Daulat Ram, University of Delhi
SMRITI INTERNSHIPS: Integrated Talent Development Mission (ITDM);
Institute for human Development (2017,6 weeks);
SOOD Research and information system for developing countries(2017,4 weeks)

SRISTI GRADUATION: B.Sc.(H) Computer Science, Ram Lal Anand College, University of Delhi
SAGAR

GRADUATION: B.A .(H) Economics, Jadavpur University


SRITAMA INTERNSHIPS: Research Internship under Dr Rathin Roy, Director, National Institute of Public
RAY Finance and Policy(2017,10 weeks)

GRADUATION: B.Tech Chemical Engineering, MNNIT Allahabad


SUNIL
SAGAR

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Batch Profile
GRADUATION: B.Sc. Economics, Presidency University, Kolkata
TANIA INTERNSHIPS: Wells Fargo (2017, 8 weeks);
SAHA Ernst & Young(2014, 4 weeks);
Child Rights & You(2013, 4 weeks)

GRADUATION: B.A. Economics, Ramjas College, University of Delhi


URVASHI INTERNSHIP : Research internship at Centre for Equity Studies(2016-17,6 weeks)
GUPTA

GRADUATION: B.A.(H) Economics, Shri Ram College of Commerce ,University of Delhi


VAISHALI

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Some fofour
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PastRecruiters
Recruiters
Absolute Data Nomura Foundation
Accenture Pipal Research
I3C Ernst and Young
ICICI Bank Price Waterhouse Coopers
Aditya Birla EXIM Bank
IMRB International Symphony
Adventity EXL
India Infrastructure HSBC Bank
Capital IQ TAC Financial Services
Indica Research FICCI
Inductis Target Corporation
Copal Partners TERI
Infosys First Global
CRISIL The Economic Times
IPSOS Fractal Analytics
CSTEP The Smart Cube
McKinsey Knowledge Centre GE Money
DataMonitor Towers Watson
Mu Sigma Genpact
Dunnhumby Wipro Analytics
NCAER Grail Research
Economic Research Cheors
Wells Fargo TPCI
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Placement Process
Placement Process
The Placement Process for the batch of 2016-18 begins in August, 2017. The process typically involves a Pre-Placement
Talk followed by Written Tests, Group Discussions and Personal Interviews for final recruitment. Pre- Placement talks are
for simple comprehension of the job profiles offered and for understanding of the organizational stronghold. Companies are
required to indicate the profiles they will be recruiting for, the job location(s) and the remuneration structure. The
companies are requested to send the duly filled in Campus Recruitment Form (CESP CRF), preferably with relevant
company literature by e-mail or courier. CESP does not charge any Placement fee.

Recruitment Calendar
The Placement process will begin from August, 2017 excluding the followingdates:
September 24th - October 7th 2017 (Mid semester exams)
November 20th - December 5th 2017 (End semester exams)

Case Of A Clash Of Dates


The dates for campus recruitments will be allocated on the basis of CTC/pay package on offer whereby the company
offering higher CTC/package will be given preference over another. If two companies are offering the same CTC, the
number of recruitments in the past year will be considered. In case of a new and an old company, the old one will be given
preference. In case of two new companies, the one that confirms earlier will be given preference.

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Placement Cell
PLACEMENT
Placement Cell CELL
Faculty In-Charge

Sujoy Charkavarty
Contact No. : +91-9891279790
E-mail id: sujoyc@gmail.com

Placement Coordinators (2017-18)


Ankita Gogoi (+918447573275)
Debosmita Saha (+919007629704)
Kirti Jain (+919910392820)
Noyonika Bose (+919836376643)
Shradha Jain (+919711575330)
Tania Saha(+918800660985)

Contact us at : placement.cesp@gmail.com

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Centre for Economic Studies and Planning
School of Social Sciences II
Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi-110067
Tel Ph: 011-26704090, 26704034

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