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Bachelor of Arts in Rural Development or B.A Rural Development is a three-year undergraduate programme that deals with the studying of possible effective strategies and how they could be implemented to improve the quality of rural economic well-being and life. This three-year undergraduate programme trains the students to become proprietors of changes, mainly in the fields of prosperity, progress and development in the non-urban regions of India.
Students who have qualified their 10+2 exam from a recognized Board with a minimum of 50% aggregate are eligible to apply for the B.A Rural Development programme offered by Indian Institutes and Universities. Candidates belonging to backward classes like OBC, SC, ST can apply with a 45% aggregate at the qualifying level examination.
In most cases, admission in B.A. Rural Development course will be based on merit, i.e., marks scored by the candidates in Class 12th. Only a few universities conduct an entrance exam for the same.
If an entrance exam is conducted, the admission into the B.A in Rural Development programme is subject to the candidates’ performance in the entrance examinations conducted by the respective institutes or Universities followed by a counselling round. Based on the cumulative performance of the candidates, a merit list is prepared and on the basis of the merit list, final admission is granted.
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