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Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE, Pune, Maharashtra



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Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE, Pune, Maharashtra
Address:BMC College Road, 846, Shivajinagar
Deccan Gymkhana
Pune (District Pune)
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 411004


Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE, Pune Maharashtra is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University.

Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE, Pune Maharashtra was established on / in 07.05.1993.


Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE, Pune Maharashtra is situated in Pune of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Pune comes under Pune (Poona) Tehsil, Pune District.

Fax # of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE, Pune Maharashtra is +91-20-25652579.

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Website of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE, Pune Maharashtra is www.gipe.ac.in, www.gipe.ernet.in/.


Contact Details of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE, Pune Maharashtra are : Contact No. : +91-20-25650287/25679940/25654288/25661367/25675019
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Courses

Faculties/Departments
* Politics
* Economics
* Social Science

M.A
The MA course at Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics is a two year program that comprises of four semesters. There are six compulsory subjects and twelve optional subjects. Students from diverse academic backgrounds can select this course.

Selection: Students will be chosen according to the marks they have secured in the entrance examination on subjects like analytical ability, knowledge in basics of economics, knowledge of statistics and mathematics.

Eligibility: Students wishing to appear for the examination must have a minimum of 50% marks in their graduation. The eligibility for SC/ST students is 45%.

PhD
Students can attain a PhD in Economics, Population studies and Sociology.

Eligibility: Students need to have secured 55% marks in their Master's degree to be eligible to apply for this course.

Courses Offered: As it is a center of Advanced studies in Economics, academic programs include, M.A in Economics and PhD.

1. M.A : It is a two year program distributed into four semesters. The number of compulsory subjects are six while the number of optional subjects are twelve. Students from varied academic background can opt for this M.A.

Selection: Selection of students is done on the basis of an entrance examination on subjects like,analytical ability, knowledge in basics of economics, knowledge of statistics and mathematics.

Eligibility: Any student who wishes to appear in the examination must have a minimum of 50% marks in his graduation, (45% for SC/ST)

2. PhD: PhD is offered in Economics, Population studies and Sociology.
Eligibility: Any student who wishes to apply for the PhD course needs to have 55% marks in the Master's degree.

The Application form and information brochure can be gathered from the office of GIPE on payment of Rs. 500.

The institute also provides a Certificate Course in Computers for Economic Analysis, for students of M.A and PhD.

Centers of Study: The two centers of study are
* AERC
* PRC

GIPE Library: The Dhananjayarao Gadgil library was founded in 1905 as a part of the "Servants of India Society". With the establishment of GIPE, the library began to cater to the needs of this institute. It has an enviable collection of rare books on social science and Economics, and is the largest of its kind within Pune.

Other Facilities:Hostel facilities are available to male and female candidates. It also has a film club for students. A journal, Artha Vijnana is published every three months.


Educational Streams
The university conducts postgraduate as well as PhD programs in Economics and related disciplines. The students are inducted in the First Year of MA on the basis of an entrance test comprising analytical ability, elementary economics and aptitude for statistics and mathematics. Learners from varied academic backgrounds are allowed to go for the course. Doctorate is offered in Economics, Population studies and Sociology. The students can also got for a Certificate course in Computers for Economic Analysis.


Profile of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics GIPE

Introduction
Founded in 1930, the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (GIPE) is one of the oldest institutions for economics teaching and research in India. Though mainly a research Institute, from its inception the M.A. and Ph.D degrees offered by GIPE were recognized by the University of Bombay. With the establishment of the University of Poona (1949), GIPE became a constituent recognized institution of that University. In 1962, recognizing its contribution to research in agricultural economics, the University Grants Commission (UGC) selected the Institute as a Centre of Advanced Study in Agricultural Economics. The scope was broadened two years later when the UGC declared GIPE as a Centre of Advanced Study in Economics. In 1993, Keeping in view its professional standing and scope for further development, the Government of India declared GIPE as 'Deemed to be a University'.

The Institute is located in the premises of the Servants of India Society, established in 1905 by the great Indian nationalist leader Gopal Krishna Gokhale (1866-1915). On the Fergusson Hill behind the Institute lies the spot where Gokhale took the vows of the Society - poverty, obedience, and service to nation - and administered them to three others. It has become a landmark because of the erection of a column there. Gokhale's bungalow still stands in the precincts of the Society. So does a massive banyan tree under which Gokhale and M.K. Gandhi used to discuss political issues. Gandhi regarded Gokhale as his 'political guru'. The Gokhale Institute was established in 1930, incorporating the Servants of India Society library.

About Us
Gokhale Institue of Politics and economics (GIPE) was conceptualized by Shri Rao Bahadur Kale in 1930. It was established on 6th June of the same year. In the present times it has become a premier institution of learning. It can brag of several students as well as faculty members who have left an indelible impression in both national as well as international arena. Initially conceived as a research center, it was granted the status of a institution for higher studies in Economics and it had the power to award M.A and PhD degrees. GIPE was affiliated to the University of Bombay in the beginning, but with the establishment of the University of Poona in 1949, it became a constituent member of that university.

Noting the contributions of GIPE in the field of Agricultural Economics, the UGC declared GIPE to be a Center for Advanced Studies in Agricultural Economics in 1962. in 1964, GIPE was declared to be a center for Advanced Studies in Economics. Besides this GIPe also houses the Population Research center. Considering the contributions of GIPE in the field of Economics the central Government granted GIPE the status of being a 'Deemed University' in 1993. The Reserve Bank of India, followed by the Ford Foundation and the Planning commission has Instituted chairs in the GIPE in the years 1976, 1989 and 1995 respectively.

The Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (GIPE), commonly known as Gokhale Institute, is one of the oldest research and training institutes in Economics in India. It is located on BMCC Road in the Deccan Gymkhana area of Pune, Maharashtra - the city often termed as the Oxford of the East.

Profile of Institute
The Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics is one of the most renowned institutes for economics teaching and research in the country. Since its establishment in the year 1940, it has been regarded as one of the premier institutes, devoted to advanced research in this field. Despite its status, chiefly, as an institute for research, the University of Bombay has provided its MA and PhD courses with due recognition, from the very day of its establishment. The Gokhale Institute has been an essential element of the University of Pune since it came into being in the year 1949. The GIPE was chosen by the UGC or the University Grants Commission as a Centre for Advanced Study in Economics after its significant contribution to research in Agricultural Economics was recognised. The GIPE is situated in the premises of the Servants of India Society, which was set up in the year 1905 by the great Indian nationalist leader Gopal Krishna Gokhale. The Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics has been declared by the Government of India as 'Deemed to be a University', taking into consideration its current professional success and bright future.

History
Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics was established in 1930. In 1949, GIPE became a constituent recognized institution of the University of Poona. In 1962, appreciating its role to research in agricultural economics, the University Grants Commission (UGC) selected the Institute as a Centre of Advanced Study in Agricultural Economics. After two years, UGC declared GIPE as a Centre of Advanced Study in Economics. In 1993, the Government of India declared GIPE as Deemed to be a University. The Institute was founded on June 6, 1930 by late Shri R R Kale as a centre for research and higher learning in economics. The Institute was founded with an endowment offered to the Servants of India Society by Shri R R Kale. The Servants of India Society, a registered body founded by the nationalist leader Gopal Krishna Gokhale (1866-1915), are the trustees of the Institute. The Institute is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, and the Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950.

The Institute was set up with an objective to conduct research on the economic and political problems of India and to train research workers in these disciplines. Professor Dhananjaya Rao Gadgil, a renowned scholar and visionary, was the first Director of the Institute. Under his leadership, the institution laid the foundation for research, teaching and training in different branches of economics. From those days it has evolved into a premiere institute for advanced study in economics boasting of faculty and alumni who have distinguished themselves nationally and internationally as academicians, policy makers and consultants. In August 2008, the institute had its first Alumni Meet, largely as the result of the efforts of a super junior Ghanshyam Sharma (Batch 2008). The institute boasts of illustrious Alumni who have contributed actively as policy makers, researchers, academicians and corporate leaders across the world.

Directors Message
I welcome you to the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics. Our institute was conceived in 1930 by the Late Shri Rao Bahadur R. R. Kale M.L.C. of Satara as a center for higher learning and research in economics. From those days it has evolved into a premiere institute of advanced study in economics boasting of faculty and alumni who have distinguished themselves nationally and internationally as academicians, policy makers and consultants. We have also evolved as an economics institute and increasingly focus on an inter-disciplinary approach to the subject. We have introduced courses in law and economics and financial economics. Our excellence as an institute of higher learning has been recognized both in India and abroad. The Reserve Bank of India, the Ford Foundation and the Planning Commission each instituted chairs for distinguished faculty in Finance, International Economics and Planning and Development respectively.

Although it is primarily a research institute it was recognized, from its inception, as a teaching and research institution and awarded the M. A. and Ph. D. degrees in economics for the University of Bombay and later the University of Pune. It received further recognition in 1993 when the University Grants Commission declared it to be a deemed University on May 9th, which was also the birth date of its founder.

About the Library
Dhananjayarao Gadgil Library, the library of the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, has one of the largest and most important collections of social science documents in India. It has quite a large member of publications on Economics and allied social science subjects and successfully caters to the needs of scholars, academicians, policy makers and other users working in social science subjects in India and abroad. Though attached to GIPE, the library extends membership to outsiders also and thereby performs the dual function of an academic and a public library as well.

History
Dhananjayarao Gadgil Library was established in 1905 as a public library under the aegis of Servants of India Society with late Gopal Krishna Gokhale as one of its founding members. With the establishment of the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics in 1930, the Library has started to act as the Library of the Institute also since 1930, and then has been mainly responsible for building its collection. Presently the Library is housed in a majestic four-storey building, which has a rare combination of colonial and modern architecture. Besides, some of the Library collections are also housed in a separate building inside the campus of the Institute.

Facilities
In order to fulfill the academic needs of its pupils, GIPE maintains a library of the collection of thousands of books on Economics, Politics and Social Science. The library of the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics has one of the largest and most valuable collections of social science documents in India. Hostel facility is also offered to outstation students. Extra curricular activities are regularly held to promote all round development of the students.

Campus
The Institute has a serene and beautiful campus of 5.25 acres (21,200 m2) and is located in the urban setting of Pune in Deccan Gymkhana area. The residential campus of the Institute comprising faculty and staff houses, guest houses, and the student dormitories, is built on a separate plot of 5.39 acres (21,800 m2), a few metres away from the Institute. There are two hostels, one for boys and another for girls. Adequate hostel accommodation is available for the existing students. The girls' hostel was designed by the famous architect and urban planner Christopher Charles Benninger during 1996-1998. The Institute campus is a m'lange of old and new buildings spread over a large and lush green area. It provides just the right sylvan, solitary and peaceful setting required for learning and researching. After having undergone a recent landscaping, the campus attracts many a visitors as well. The campus constitutes of an academic block, faculty block, administration block, seminar hall and the Dhananjaya Rao Gadgil Library. There is a conference hall, known as Kale Memorial Hall, on the top floor of the Library which is used by the Institute and also let out to others on rent. The austere and majestic buildings radiate the old charm characteristic of the Pune city. On the Fergusson Hill behind the Institute lies the spot where Gokhale took the vows of the Servants of India Society - poverty, obedience, and service to nation - and administered them to three others. It has become a landmark because of the erection of a column there. Gokhale's bungalow still stands in the precincts of the campus. A massive and graceful banyan tree adds to the charm of the place. This is said to be the tree under which Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Mahatma Gandhi (who regarded Gokhale as his political guru) used to muse over political issues in their times. The residential campus of the GIPE too, is set in the midst of lush greenery and gives the place a uniquely quaint contour, especially in the rains.

Research And Teaching
Research
The major research areas of the Institute, developed over the years through financial assistance from various sources, are: Agricultural Economics, Population Studies, Economic History, Input-output analysis for planning and development, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Monetary economics, Financial Economics, Public Economics, International Economics and the study of economics of East European countries. In the early years, the research activities were financed through assistance from various ministries and public funding agencies including the Government of Maharashtra and private foundations like the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust. In 1954, the Union Ministry of Food and Agriculture established the Agro-Economic Research Centre of the Institute. During the early fifties, the Rockefeller Foundation made a substantial grant, spread over years, for the conduct of a research programme in rural demography. The Union Ministry of Health also gave grants for conducting some specific demographic studies in 1954-57; and in 1964, the Ministry decided to strengthen and expand the research work on population by financing on a continuing basis a Population Research Centre as an integral part of the Institute. Ford Foundation gave a very generous financial assistance for more than a decade beginning with the year 1956. Later on, the Ford Foundation, in co-operation with the Planning Commission, provided a separate grant for research and training in the areas of planning and development, mainly devoted to input-output studies. In 1962, the University Grants Commission recognised the Institute as a Centre of Advanced Study in Agricultural Economics to start with and later, in 1964, as a Centre of Advanced Study in Economics. In 1977, the UGC, as a part of its Area Studies Programme, established at the Institute a Centre of Study of Economics of East European Countries. In the same year, the Reserve Bank of India instituted a Chair in Finance at the Institute.

Teaching
Although GIPE was primarily a research institute, it was recognized as an institution for higher learning in the field of economics, and it awarded MA, MPhil and PhD degrees in Economics under recognition from the University of Bombay from 1930 to 1949. With the establishment of the University of Pune in 1949, GIPE became a constituent recognized institution of the University of Pune until 1993. Keeping in view its professional standing and scope for further development, the Government of India, on recommendation of the University Grants Commission, declared GIPE as 'Deemed University' from May 9, 1993. With the grant of this status, the Institute now awards its own MA, MPhil and PhD degrees in economics. The Deemed University status allows the syllabi to be updated regularly in line with the domestic and international developments in Economics and related fields. The Institute was accredited it with A+ (grade) (score 90-95%) for a period of five years by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council on, and with effect from January 08, 2004.

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