I know it's quite late to ask but nevertheless, would JNU (sss) lie behind SAU and GIPE in any aspect? I know financial eco has good placement prospects but JNU also has a placement cell now. And people are able to get decent placements and internships now.
I've heard SAU is comparable to JNU in many aspects.
Please help out. Has anyone here already joined JNU (SSS) this year? Apparently there have been really inefficient in the admission process this year.
SSS and SAu are comparable ....but with JNUs brand name it will be beneficial to chose SSs in the long run ...and moreover I believe (my personal opinion ) that a degree with development economics might be inferior as compared to MA economics ....none the less Both sau and SSs are better than GIpE
Thanks for the suggestions Eco2016 and Homer Simpson.
@Eco2016: As far as I know and what I heard from seniors from there, although the degree SAU offers is called MA in Development economics but the course structure is very much similar to DSE and it doesn't restrict from pursuing anything that we could after an MA in Economics.
@Homer Simpson: why do you say GIPE? Placements seems to be the only factor. Also, the course here is entirely based on financial economics and misses out on some core subjects.
Since I wasn't sure of whether i would want to go ahead with financial economics at thi point, I have taken JNU (SSS). Let's see how it goes. :)