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Human resource economics programme (HE11) aims to nurture innovative, resilient and universally responsible economists to support national aspiration of becoming a developed and high income nation.

Career Prospect
Graduates from human resource economics will be able to work in a variety of fields at the federal, state and local government level. Many economists work for corporations and help them understand how the economy will affect their business. Economists also work for research firms and think tanks, where they study and analyze a variety of economic issues.