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December 28, 2010

National Institute of Rural Development NIRD Course Admission PG Diploma

National Institute of Rural Development, NIRD

Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Development Management (PGDRDM)

How To Apply:
Prospectus-cum-application forms can be obtained from the Admissions Coordinator, Centre for Post Graduate Studies (CPGS) free of cost. Application forms will also be given at NIRD-NERC office at Khanapara, Guwahati; the Eastern Regional Centre of NIRD at Patna and the Northern India Centre of NIRD at Jaipur, Rajasthan. Request for Application forms by Post should reach along with self-addressed stamped (13) envelope of size 12” x 10” by 15.12.10 during working hours (9.00 am to 5.30 pm). It can also be downloaded from the NIRD’s website
The filled in application form should be submitted along with the application fee of 1200/-(600/- for SC/ST and PWD candidates) through an ‘Account Payee’ Demand Draft drawn in favour of NIRD, Hyderabad. The filled-in application form should be addressed to the Admissions Coordinator, Centre for Post Graduate Studies (CPGS), National Institute of Rural Development, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-500030 Andhra Pradesh, India.

Admission Process:
The minimum qualification for admission to the programme is Graduation in any discipline from any recognised University. Those who are in the final year and expect to complete all the requirements of graduation by August 1, 2011, can also apply.

Last date for receiving filled in Application forms: 31.12.2010

To know more Information about NIRD Admission Please Visit

National Institute of Rural Development, NIRD
University of Hyderabad 

NIRD Mission
To examine and analyse the factors contributing to the improvement of economic and social well-being of people in rural areas on a sustainable basis with focus on the rural poor and the other disadvantaged groups through research, action research and consultancy efforts. To facilitate the rural development efforts with particular emphasis and focus on the rural poor by improving the knowledge,skills and attitudes of rural development officials and non-officials through organising training, workshops and seminars

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