Course Name: Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM)
Course Id: PGDRM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: Graduate
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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Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Rural Society, Polity and Institution||100||40|
|Rural Resources, Production System and Livelihoods||100||40|
|Rural Research Methods||100||40|
|Approaches and Strategies of Rural Management||100||40|
|Rural Marketing and Agri-Business Development||100||40|
|Rural Social Problems||100||40|
Rural Society, Polity and Institution
Meaning and concept of society, Nature and function of Rural Society, Factors affecting rural society, Impact of urbanization and Industrialization on Rural Social life, Rural Society as Social System: Meaning and concept of Family, Patriarchy in Rural society, Caste system in rural society, contemporary Issues in Marriage and Family: Concept of Marriage, age of Marriage in India, Power and Discrimination in the Family, Reproductive & Child Health, Problems of Rural Society: Infrastructure & Basic Amenities, Problems of unemployment, Lack of Awareness about various state developmental initiatives, Understanding Rural Society through Filed work: Interaction with PRIs functionaries, Family survey, Economic survey, health survey, Society and Social Structure, Social Mobility, Social Changes, Caste Structure, Rural Literacy, Causes for Low Literacy Rate, Remedial measures to increase the literacy in rural area, Population – Size, Sex and Distribution, Growth rates the success of population control measures, Decentralized Governance and Women Empowerment, SHG, and Community Organization, Impact of Decentralized Governance on Rural Development, empowerment of women, SHGs and community organizations, Rural Governance ( PRIs) and impact of Decentralized Governance.
Rural Resources, Production systems and Livelihoods
Land and Soil: Land and Soil – Types of Land holdings – Land utilization and cropping patterns, Climate and water: Climate and Water: Inland waters, Irrigation; Sustainable agriculture and regeneration of rural resources, how rural production systems and livelihood opportunities are spread in the villages, Forest Based Resources and social forestry – Joint forest management, Human Resources – Rural Population – Infrastructure for Health and Education – Connecting local resources to engage youth, family and community, Rural Production Systems and Livelihoods: Agriculture, Horticulture, Sericulture, Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fishery, Livelihood: Concept, Income and Livelihood process and outcome, Livelihood in Developing countries: Diversity and Diversification, A Framework of a Livelihood Analysis.
Rural Research Methods
Research Fundamentals: Meaning and objectives of research, Types of research, Research process, Relevance and scope of research in functional areas, Identification of research problems with reference to rural management, Research Design and Sampling Techniques: Characteristics, advantages and importance of a good research design, Types of research design and steps involved, Census survey and sampling techniques, simple random sampling, stratified, cluster and quota sampling, Data Collection: Data types-primary and secondary, Methods of primary data collection observation, interview, questionnaire, Sources of Secondary data, Editing, Coding, Classification and tabulation of data, Analysis and interpretation of data, Analysis of Variance, Testing of hypothesis and report writing: Null and alternative hypothesis, level of significance, Types of errors-I and II, Steps involved in testing of hypothesis, Types of test parametric and non-parametric, small and large samples, One and two Sample tests, Steps involved in report writing, Requisites of good research reports.
Approaches and Strategies of Rural Management
Rural development strategies and approaches-community development programme (multi-purpose approach), growth oriented strategy (Intensive Agriculture District Programme (IADP), the Intensive Cattle Development Programme (ICDP), the High Yielding Varieties Programme (HYVP), Area development strategy (DPAP, Tribal Area Development programme, Command area development programme, Hill area development programme, etc), top-down and bottom-up approach; concept of sustainable rural development; watershed development programmes, Contemporary rural development schemes and programmes-Mahatma Gandhi National Rural employment Guarantee programme (MGNREGP), National horticulture mission (NHM), National rural livelihood mission (NRLM)/State Rural livelihood Mission, Tribal development in India: policy and practice-Tribal culture and development, tribal development approaches in India, National policy on tribals, Provisions under 5th and 6th Schedules of the Indian Constitution, Tribal Sub Plan (TSP), ITDP, Forest Right Act and tribal.
Rural Marketing and Agri-Business Development
Rural Value Chain Management, Rural Supply Chain Management, Rural Exports, Procedures and Documentation, Sales and Distribution Management for Rural Products, introduction, Rural consumer: Age and stage of lifecycle, lifestyle, rise of consumerism, opinion leadership. Rural market environment: Occupation, Income generation, spending patterns, infrastructure, Characteristics of rural marketing, STDP (Segmentation: Demographic, Geographic, behavioral, Psychographic, occupational. Targeting, Differentiation, and Positioning) for rural market, Rural Marketing mix , Rural retailing‐ITC E‐Choupal, Project Shakti, Marketing of services, Introduction of Agribusiness:Agri business‐ Scope, nature, significance and challenges of Agri business, Functional Classification of Agri business, Agri business network, Agribusiness Value Chain, Contract Farming, Cooperative Farming, Group Farming, Corporate Farming , production of Hi‐tech agri. Crops, agro based industries etc; Role of agriculture in Indian Economy.
Rural Social Problems
Rural Poverty: Types of Poverty in rural India, Causes and Consequences of Poverty in rural India, Anti – Poverty Programmes launched by the Government: Success and Failures, Rural Illiteracy and Health Problems: Educational problems- Enrolment, Retention and Drop out, Health neglect and its changing scenario in the context of government programmes NRHM and ICDS, Health Scenario of rural India: MMR, IMR and Sex Ratio, Domestic violence on women, Other Social problems like casteism, dowry problem, alcoholism, crime, corruption, indebtedness, Employment Generation Programmes launched by the Government: Achievements and Failures, Causes and Consequences of Unemployment in rural India.
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