B.A in Rural Management

PCS India - Precise Cosultancy Services
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  • Bachelor
  • Online
  • Delhi
  • Duration:
    18 Months
Description

Since India is a farm economy, managing the rural resources necessitates a high degree of skills and managerial expertise. Rural development has always been the prime focus of our government since independence. All five years plans were focused towards the special benefit of the rural community. Some of the objectives have been achieved and others have failed but the effort for further development has not ceased.
Suitable for: Two most important segments are opening up for rural management graduates - the agri-business sector, and private sector banking. The growth of opportunities in rural banking is to be seen with a mixed perspective. On one hand, due to the collapse of the co-operative banking system, there were opportunities for the new private sector banks to come in. These banks did not have the branch network in place. Regulation requires that 18% of net bank credit has to go to the agricultural sector.

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Delhi
4B/1 Tilak Nagar, New Delhi, 110018, Delhi, India
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· Requirements

12th passed or equivalent (in any discipline)

Course programme

Since India is a farm economy, managing the rural resources necessitates a high degree of skills and managerial expertise.

Rural development has always been the prime focus of our government since independence. All five years plans were focused towards the special benefit of the rural community. Some of the objectives have been achieved and others have failed but the effort for further development has not ceased.

Today, as India is marching forward to become a developed and prosperous nation in the world, the role of rural managers has become vital to bring about substantial changes in the livelihood of crores of rural poor


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