Courses

    Courses on womens study are offered at the UG and PG as part of volume education programme. The courses include


Name of Course Batch Evaluation Nature of the Course Credits
Foundation Course on Women Studies VBC 0201FV (Syllabus Revised) All UG III years from both Sciences and Humanities One Home Assignment - 10 marks One Field Visit Report - 10 Marks One Test - 30 Marks Mandatory Requirement for Completion of Degree2
Foundation course on Women's Studies PGV 0113V (Syllabus revised) PG I years[Non Lady Doak Students] from both Sciences and Humanities Two assignments One individual seminar. Mandatory Requirement for Completion of Degree2
Perspectives on Gender PGV 2101V (Advanced Course -Syllabus revised) PG I year(Even semester) Eligibility-Completion of Foundation Course [open to both Sciences and Humanities] One seminar, One field visit report One survey report. Optional1
Gender and Development PGW3421E PG II Year (Odd Semester) [open to both Sciences and Humanities] Formative: 2 tests, 1 Assignment Summative: 1test Elective4
Vocational Course UG II Years (Odd Semester) [open to both Sciences and Humanities] Quiz - 20 Marks Assignments - 80 Marks Vocational course2
Women and Legal Protection PG I YEAR [Even Semester] [open to both Sciences and Humanities] Formative: 2 tests, 1 Assignment Summative: 1test Elective4

Teaching Women's Studies is substantiated with an interaction with field reality of women in different sectors/work settings, through On the Spot Studies and Special Lectures from experts/professionals in the fields of Law, and Health.

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