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Jawaharlal Nehru University : School of Social Sciences - Centre for Women's Studies (CWS)

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Room 425, School of Social Sciences I , New Delhi - 110067
District: Delhi (Delhi)
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Established      :    2002
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Centre for Women's Studies (CWS), JNU, seeks to study questions of gender in an interdisciplinary and comparative framework, thereby providing the space for creating a vibrant community of feminist academics, students, activists and artists concerned with issues of gender, sexuality and wider issues of power in society.

 
 
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 Course(s) Offered by Jawaharlal Nehru University : School of Social Sciences - Centre for Women's Studies (CWS)  in History
M.Phil Womens Studies
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Eligibility
Post Graduation
 
Duration
2 years
 
Medium of Instruction
English
 
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Jawaharlal Nehru University
 
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16 credits in the first year, is allocated for course work, and another 10 credits in the second year, for a dissertation in a chosen topic in the field. In total, the M. Phil will be for 26 credits.Each student will have to take one compulsory course (WS 601, Feminist Theory and Social Research). In addition, students have a choice currently of five papers, of four credits each, from which they may choose three papers. These are in the fields of labour, politics, political violence, development, religion, visual culture, ethnography and oral history.