IGNOU MARD Syllabus and Course Structure

IGNOU MARD Syllabus Structure- Here you will find Revised, Latest and recently updated IGNOU Master of Arts in Rural Development Syllabus Structure with the credit system applied to each subject of IGNOU MARD. In some IGNOU subjects there are 4 credits and in other 8 credits. It will be useful for you to know the credit of all subjects as we know IGNOU follows Credit system. 

 
 
On this page you will be introduced to IGNOU MARD Syllabus subjects semester wise and also the name of the chapters of your IGNOU MARD Books which will help you to decide whether you want to appear for that particular subject exam or not. As the chapter name itself says what it has in it  to make you clear about choosing your preference for studying and for Exam. It will also facilitate a student to see the detail syllabus of IGNOU MARD  before taking Admission in IGNOU MARD who is confuse where to go for Admission or to select other course. If you are confuse , here is the list of other Courses of IGNOU Syllabus Structure 2017
 
 

IGNOU MARD Syllabus Structure:

 
 
Course Code Course Name Credits
MRD-101 Rural Development – Indian Context 6
MRD-102 Rural Development Programmes 6
MRD-103 Rural Development – Planning and Management 6
MRD-004 Research Methods in Rural Development 6
MRDP-001 Dissertation – MRDP-001 12

Second Year

Course Code Course Name Credits
RDD-6 Rural Health Care 6
RDD-7 Communication and Extension in Rural Development 6
MRDE-101 Rural Social Development 6
MRDE-002 Voluntary Action in Rural Development 6
MRDE-003 Land Reforms and Rural Development 6
MRDE-004 Entrepreneurship and Rural Development 6
 
 

9 thoughts on “IGNOU MARD Syllabus and Course Structure

  1. adil ahmad sheikh Reply

    I want syllabus for rural development (MARD)

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