Rural Management India is a country of villages and farmers. Most of its population lives in villages and rural areas. As the rural population is economically backward, it is the duty of educated masses especially the qualified professionals in rural management to assist the villagers in their process of development so that the whole nation could achieve progress and prosperity.
A management course in Rural Management aims to create rural managers who are social workers in heart but with the mind of a business manager. These managers can infuse professionalism into rural development and management. The management programmes trains individuals and groups to imbibe and cultivate a sense of respect for the poor and under-privileged and solve most of the obstacles in daily rural while providing a sustainable economic incentives to both the provider and receiver.
UG : 3 Years
For admission in a bachelor’s degree, the candidate must have passed Intermediate (10+2) examination.
PG : 2 Years
The eligibility criteria for pursuing a master’s degree are holding a bachelor's degree. Students will have to attend an entrance exam such as MAT/CAT/XAT or ATMA to get admitted into this course.
Program in Rural Management
Fellow Program in Rural Management
Certificate programme in Rural Management (CRM)
Certificate Programme in Dairy Management (CPDM)
Job Prospects :
After passing out from the institute, a student is placed appropriately with the Government of India's rural development projects or with some voluntary agencies or any international level Non-Government Organization (NGO). The countries like America and the United Kingdom provide many of the non-governmental organization funds. Their funding is further supplemented by some development work in the particular region. There are many institutions and projects funded by the cooperate houses for the purpose of rural development. This gives the company some kind or brand equity and extra mileage. The other avenues open for rural management professional are the research institutes. There are also equal opportunities in agencies like United Nations and its subsidiary social research agencies.
The Jaipur-based National Institute of Agricultural Marketing (NIAM) is another leading school that focuses on agricultural marketing and NIAM had a 100 per cent placement rate, with a top salary of Rs 12 lakh and an average payout of Rs 6 lakh. Hyderabad's National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management students have for years seen 100 per cent placement and the top salary offered last year was Rs 18 lakh.