Population Research Centre

Eligibility

Post Graduate Diploma in Women Development Studies

Bachelor's degree(or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks in the aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST) or the Master's degree (or its equivalent) with 45% in aggregate (40% in case of SC/ST). A candidate who has put a minimum 3 years service ;in any institution or department (Government, Semi Government, Corporate Undertaking, Local Self Govt. Bodies, registered NGOs) shall be given an extra weightage of 5% while preparing the merit for admission. The eligibility for admission to the course for admission against above Non-Subsidised seats will be the same as provided for other candidates. But the merit for the admission will be determined on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination plus the weightage of marks in the subject concerned. However, the candidate will need to put a separate application form for these seats accompanied by the requisite fees and all other documents on one of three forms in this ;handbook, stating on the form that the application is for supernumerary seats.

Basis of Admission

Any male or female candidate who has passed at least a Bachelor's degree(or its equivalent) in any faculty from any university established by Law in India or or a recognized foreign university is eligible for the admission to PG Diploma in Women’s Development Studies (DWDS). There is no age limit. The candidate who has put a minimum 3 years service; in any institution or department (Government, Semi Government, Corporate Undertaking, Local Self Govt. Bodies, registered NGOs) shall be given an extra weightage of 5% while preparing the merit for admission. For the purpose of determination of merit for admission 0.5% and above marks should be considered equal to 1% marks (Notification No. 4-9/94-HPU-Acad. dated 27-6-1995)

Last Updated:30-10-2021