# Anna University M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) Entrance Exam

In order to apply for M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) course in Anna University, candidates should first attend entrance exam conducted by this university. The entrance examination syllabus will be same for both M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) courses. Candidates need to qualify this entrance exam with a good score so as get admission for any of the above mentioned PG courses.

Structure and Pattern of Anna University M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) Entrance Exam

Anna University M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) Entrance Exam includes 3 sections 
• Section  1 - Basic mathematics and statistics  10 marks  Objective type questions
• Section  2 - Advance Mathematics and Statistics  15 marks - Objective type questions
• Section  3  General Economics  15 marks - Objective type questions
Syllabus of Anna University M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) Entrance Exam is as follows -

Section  1 - Basic mathematics and statistics
• Complements
• Correlation coefficient
• Derivatives of functions of one variable
• Elements of probability
• Limits and continuity
• Limits and Derivatives
• Matrices and Determinants
• Maxima and minima
• Mean
• Properties of determinants
• Rank and inverse of a matrix
• Set theory
• Solution of system of equations
• Statistics
• Union and intersection Laws
• Variance
Section  2 - Advance Mathematics and Statistics
• Analytical Geometry
• Binomial
• Binomial
• Circle
• Convex and concave functions
• Curve fitting.
• Definite and indefinite integrals
• Derivatives of functions of more than one variable
• Derivatives of higher order
• Distribution of random variables
• Equation for straight line
• Eulers theorem
• Evaluation of integrals
• Exponential and logarithmic functions
• Functions and Differentiation
• Hyperbola
• Integration and Differential equation
• Integration by parts
• Mathematical Statistics
• Measures of location and dispersion
• Parabola
• Partial and total derivatives
• Poisson and normal distribution
• Probability density function
• Random variables
Section  3  General Economics
• Balance of payments
• Cardinal and ordinal utility
• Causes and cures
• Consumer surplus
• Consumption function
• Cost minimization and input choice
• Demand for money
• Economic problems and policies
• Economic reforms
• Fiscal deficit and corrective measures
• Human development index
• Income and price elasticitys
• Indifference curve analysis
• Inflation
• Investment function
• IS-LM model
• Isoquants
• Laws of demand
• Market structure
• Measurement of poverty
• National income accounting relationship among GNP, GDP and NNP
• Nature and scope of economics
• Perfect competition and monopoly market equilibrium.
• Producers behavior
• Profit maximization
• Says law
• Scope of economics and consumers theory
• Supply curve
• Trade deficit and corrective measures
• Types of economic systems
• Utility function
Eligibility criteria of Anna University M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) Entrance Exam

The eligibility criteria of Anna University M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) Entrance Exam is as follows 

M.Sc (Economics) course  Graduation is the basic qualification required to apply for M.Sc (Economics) course. Graduation can be taken in any of the following subject areas such as 
• B.Sc in Physics
• B.Sc in Statistics
• B.Sc in Computer Science
• B.Sc in Mathematics
• B.A in Economics
• B.Com
• BBA
M.Sc (Financial Economics)  In order to apply for this course, candidates should complete B.Sc. Some of the other subject areas where in candidates can do graduation is as follows -
• B.Sc in Economics
• B.A Economics
• BBA
• B.Com
• BBM
It is essential to score 50% marks in graduation so as to apply for M.Sc (Economics) & M.Sc (Financial Economics) entrance exam. Candidates should also study mathematics as part of graduation course in order to apply for this entrance exam.

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