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Published : Thursday, 5 January, 2017 1:00 PM
IRMA Extends the deadline for Online Application i.e., January 20, 2017
PRM is a two-year fully residential programme leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM). The programme comprises four different segments—classroom, village fieldwork, development internship, and management traineeship. There are five classroom terms, which focus on concepts, skills, and knowledge pertaining to rural development and management, using modern pedagogical techniques and concentrating on experiential learning. The village fieldwork segment exposes students to the realities of rural life. The development internship segment helps students understand the nature of organisational dynamics. The management traineeship segment offers students an opportunity to apply, test, and polish the skills acquired in the classroom. About thirty percent of the total duration of the programme is devoted to experiential learning and practical application of the knowledge and skills acquired in the classroom segments. The faculty is involved to a substantial degree in the design and supervision of all field-based segments.
The FPRM is a doctoral programme of minimum three years and maximum seven years duration. It is meant for students and professionals seeking careers in Research, Teaching and specialised knowledge-based positions in Rural Management Institutions.
The overall goals of the programme are to:
We encourage young graduates to use this extension to their advantage.
IRMA will use CAT 2016/ XAT 2017 and IRMA Test on “Issues of Social Concern” scores for Selection Process.
For complete details, please visit : https://www.irma.ac.in
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