Course Name: Diploma in NGO Management
Course Id: DNGOM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Diploma in NGO Management
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Sociology and NGO||100||40|
|Social Research Methods||100||40|
|Non-Governmental Organizations and Civil Society||100||40|
|Management of NGOs||100||40|
|NGOs and project management||100||40|
Sociology and NGO
Sociology: meaning and definitions, origin and development of Sociology. Nature, scope and importance. Sociology its relationship with History, Economics, Political Science, Anthropology and Psychology. Challenges of Sociology. Branches of Sociology: Rural Sociology, Urban Sociology and Industrial Sociology. Social Institutions: Family: characteristic, functions, types of family – nuclear family, joint family and extended family. characteristic of primary groups – we feeling, oneness. Importance of primary group – neighbourhood relationship, role of family in shaping the personalities, NGO and social development. Role of NGOs in civil society: development the children, empowerment of women, Self Help Groups, youth employment. Challenges of NGOs – fund raising, achieving the targets, duplication of NGOs.
Social Research Methods
Social Research: meanings, definition, nature. Aims of social research: studying the social problems, functions of society, understanding the processes – industrialization, urbanization and socialization. Types of social research: basic, action and applied research. Divisions of social research: quantitative and qualitative research, Research design and sampling – Research design: meanings and definitions. Types of research design: descriptive and diagnostic, explorative and formulative, experimental, Research Processes: theory: conceptual scheme, speculation and helps to identify the facts to be studied.
Non-Governmental Organizations and Civil Society
NGOs: meanings, definition, characteristics, Objectives and Types. Genesis, present status of NGOs and their role in social upliftment. History, origin and development of NGOs. purpose of NGOs. Aspects, issues of NGOs. challenges of NGOs: poverty reduction, child welfare and women empowerment. Registration of NGO: kind of NGOs, nature of registration, modalities of registration, purpose of registration, the Non Governmental Organizations, Trust, and Community Based Organization: the relevance, the differences, and relationships. Civil Society: concepts, methods, approaches and dimension of civil society. Civil society and social change; social movements and civil society. Movements Women development, Dalit issues, Peasant and agrarian issues.
Management of NGOs
Management: definitions, nature, scope and Significance. Types of management, levels of management functions and principles of management, Role of a management in imparting in Managerial Skills, personality development, social values, management ethics, organization culture. Minimizing the differences, Organization: meanings, characteristics, and values. Types – classical organizations, modern organization, financial organization, political organizations and services oriented organizations. Objectives of organization, goals of organization. Size of organizations, organization climate, organization culture and organization values.
NGOs and project management
Project management: meanings, definitions of project management. Nature and scope of project management. Types of project – process of project management. Planning and design. Executing, monitoring and controlling. Project controlling and project control systems, Phases of project management: initiation phase, definition phase, design phase, development phase, implementation phase, follow-up phase. Action – oriented, ideas of members, scientific management, financial aspect, time – management. Project reporting – identification of the gap areas. Resources identification, resource mobilization, ideas generation, using the primary and secondary data. Interpretation and analyzing of data. Presentation with graphs and diagrams.
Societies Registration Act,1860 Charitable Endowments Act, 1890 (with Charitable Endowments (Central) rules 1942 Cooperative Societies Act, 1912 Company Act,1956 (Some Relevant Part) Indian Trust Act, 1882, FCRA: Foreign Contribution Regulatory Act Income tax Act 1961: Nature and scope of Section 10 Income Tax Exemption: Under Sections 11 and 12. Rebate under Sections 80G and 35AC of Income Tax Act. UN Agencies Donor Agencies Other International Agencies World Bank, IMF and Asian Development Bank, Major Schemes of the Government of India in Various Sectors Role of NGO’s and Criteria for NGO’s Support.