Two of the courses launched are on-campus programme while three are distance programmes. As per reports, admissions are open for masters in gender and development studies and women's and gender studies and postgraduate diploma as well as a certificate in gender and development studies and postgraduate diploma in women's empowerment and development.
The master's programmes aims to equip students with the ability to restructure the complex power hierarchies and relationships operating in the society. The postgraduate certificate in gender and development studies could draw a great response from academicians and researchers, trainers, facilitators, supervisors, government personnel.
In order to apply for the programme, the required qualification would be graduation in any discipline with a minimum 50 percent marks. 50 seats are on offer and the last date for submitting application forms is 15 July 2011 for the full-time courses and 29 July for the distance courses.