IGNOU MAGD Syllabus

IGNOU MAGD Syllabus Structure – Find Current and Latest Syllabus Structure of MAGD Programme here. You can check each and every course which you will have to study in MAGD – MA in Gender and Development Studies programme. Now IGNOU has implemented credit system in MAGD Syllabus. So each and every course has different credits, you can check it all.

IGNOU MAGD Candidates can find their Syllabus by semester wise or annual wise which currently follow by university. So that you can get MAGD syllabus information easily and we write simply so that you can understand each structure.

MAGD Latest Syllabus Structure:

1st Year  
Course Code     Course Name Credits 
 MGS-005  Research Methodologies in Gender and Development Studies  8
 MGS- 001  Gender and Development: Concept, Approaches and Strategies  6
 MGS- 002  Gender, Development Goals and Praxis  6
 MGS- 003  Gender Analysis  4
 MGS- 004  Gender- sensitive Planning and Policy Making  8
 MGSP-001  Internship/Field-based Research Project  4
     
2nd Year  
Course Code     Course Name Credits 
 MGSE-001  Gender Planning and Development Policies  4
 MGSE-002  Gender Audit and Gender Budgeting  4
 MGSE-003  Gender Mainstreaming  4
 MGSE-004  Gender Issues in Agriculture, Rural Livelihoods and Natural Resource Management  4
 MGSE-006  Gender, Resources and Entitlements  4
 MGSE-007  Gender, Organization and Leadership  4
 MGSE-009  Gender Issues in Work, Employment and Productivity  4
 MGSE-010  Gender and Entrepreneurship Development  4
 MGSE-013  Gender Training and Empowerment  4
 MGSE-020  Gender and Financial Inclusion  4
 MGSP-002  Internship/Field-based Research Project  4

University use latest IGNOU Syllabus in their faculty of MAGD and it removes old syllabus if need. IGNOU may change or update MAGD Syllabus at any time they want so we work to provide latest syllabus structure to our MAGD Candidates for their study.

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  1. Do we have to submit any research project for the MAGD (master in gender and development studies) in the 1st year . Ignou

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