M. Sc. Development Studies (Regular)


1. B.A. /B.Sc. with one of the following elective subjects:

Sociology, Applied Psychology, Computer Studies, Economics, Education, English Literature, History, Home Economics, Gender Studies, Geography, Journalism, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Statistics.

2. B.Com (Two years)

Semester-I (03 CH each) Semester-III        (03 CH each)
DEV 301 Introduction to Development DEV 401 Governance, Democracy and Development
DEV 302 Development Perspectives DEV 402 Research Methods in Development
DEV 303 Perspectives of Globalization DEV 403 Social Statistics
DEV 304 Contemporary World Development DEV 404 Gender Concepts of Development
DEV 305 Participation in Development DEV 405 Gender, Differentials and Social Policy
DEV 410 Internship
Semester-II (03 CH each) Semester-IV (03 CH each)                         
DEV 306 Microeconomics of Development DEV 406 Food Systems and Rural Development
DEV 307 International Economic Policy DEV 407 Development Policies
DEV 308 Environmental Economics for Development DEV 408 Culture and Development
DEV 309 Policies and Issues in Environment and Development

DEV 409

Geographical Information System (GIS)

DEV 310 Human Resource Development                 DEV 411 Thesis (06 CH)   


M.Sc. Development Studies (Replica/Self-Supporting)


M. Sc. Development Studies (Replica/Self-Supporting) has the same program structure and entrance requirement as the M. Sc. Regular program. However the order of preference on the basis of year of passing the examination and age limit shall not be applied for this program. This program is offered in the afternoon (1.00-5.00p.m.) on self-support basis