Around seventy per cent of India continues to live in Six lakh villages, and the 2015-16 general budget, the first full year budget of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, rightly gives substantial attention to Rural Development coupled with increased allocation to the farm sector. There is a sizable rural component covering areas such as housing, electricity, road connectivity, rural infrastructure, clean energy, improving agriculture and agricultural marketing, skill development for rural youth, credit for agriculture and small enterprises, opening markets for rural consumers, water and sanitation, etc. All these create ample space and need for managers who have a role to perform in managing various levels of different segments of the processes of rural transformations in an efficient and effective manner for the larger public good.
The course offers multiple specializations to be pursued through the second year. The specializations in domain of Management aims to equip the student an understanding of issues and challenges relating to human resource, man power and organizational behavior of a diversity of organizations related to the development sector. Sector Specialization aims at equipping the student with specialist knowledge based operational perspective of key sectors of development like livelihoods, agriculture, health, education, marketing, water and sanitation. The specializations in Development Studies aim to sharpen abilities in strategic and critical thinking, analysis and research in above mentioned domains or any other issues related to development and globalisation.
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