RGNUL, Punjab is providing a free access online course on the sociology of gender.
The MHRD has launched the project ‘Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds (SWAYAM) to disseminate educational content to the masses. With an aim to provide access to the best quality learning resources across the country, SWAYAM proffers MOOCs. Learners from diverse disciplines can enroll on SWAYAM, an integrated platform and portal for online courses, throughout the year. These courses pan across High School and all higher education subjects as well as skill sector courses to ensure that every student benefits from learning material through ICT. MOOCs also support career development, changing careers, supplemental learning, college preparations, and lifelong learning.
Development of ‘Sociology of Gender’
Indian Society and Socialization
Feminism: Theoretical Orientations-I
Feminism: Theoretical Orientations-II
Identifying and Understanding Gender Issues
Changing Gender Profile in India
Criminality, Crime and Law
Correctional Methods and Criminal Justice Administration
Social Movements and Gender-related Developments
Law, Legal Provisions and Legal Institutions: Impact on Gender Equality
Political Participation of Women in India: Issues and Provisions
Gender Studies in India: Emerging Scenario
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