IGNOU has issued notification for admission into the Masters in Rural Development Programme, offered in the ensuing session 2013.

Last Updated: 2013-05-15T16:59:03+05:30

IGNOU Invites Applications for Masters in Rural Development Programme 2013 Admissions

IGNOU has invited applications for admissions into the Masters in Rural Development Programme, for the academic session 2013. The University offers the course in discipline of Rural Development because it is of vital significance to understand the development issues related to rural society. The last date of application is June 15, 2013.
The eligibility for MARD is that a candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree or a higher degree from a recognized University. The medium of instruction for this programme is English and Hindi. The duration of the programme is two years; however, it can be completed in a maximum period of five years.

Interested candidate can obtain the Prospectus from Regional Centres in person in Rs 200. The same can also be obtained by post by sending a DD of Rs.250 drawn in favour of IGNOU, New Delhi, to Registrar (Student Registration Division), Indira Gandhi National Open University, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-68.The application form can also be be downloaded from the university websitewww.ignou.ac.in.

The syllabus of M.A. Programme in Rural Development is designed to include such diverse academic contents as are essential in the making of this discipline in the Indian context. An essential component of this programme is study based on experiential research in rural areas. The programme will be useful to personnel working in various Government Departments/agencies, NGO’s, cooperative banks and other institutes engaged in rural transformation. It will also be beneficial for fresh graduates interested in pursuing career in the discipline of rural development.

For more details applicants are requested to visit IGNOU’s official website- www.ignou.ac.in or contact nearest IGNOU Regional Centre/Study Centre.

- By Raihan Hassan
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