Pretty easy, overall.
It is like the first stepping stone if you want to explore the vast field of economics. The course offers a fundamental understanding of various theories and principles in economics. It is also a prerequisite if you want to take up higher subjects like microeconomics, macroeconomics and various others.
You learn about how people make decisions on a daily basis and allocate their scarce resources to maximize their utility, marginal benefit and cost analysis, cost minimization, game theory, etc.
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Advice for students:
The course is pretty easy and a basic knowledge of calculus would be sufficient for going about the numerical problems. If you attend all the classes and pay attention, you can easily get a decent grade.