Students of IRMA joined Kudumbashree as interns Updated On 2017-09-25
9 Students of Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA), Gujarat joined Kudumbashree as interns as part of the Village Fieldwork Segment of their two years Post Graduate Programme in Rural Management. The students were divided into 2 groups. 6 of them joined Attappady special project and the rest to Enmakaje Village, Kazargode. The internship training will be of 45 days duration.
The Institute of Rural Management Anand is India's leading school in rural management committed to act as the catalyst and facilitator of rural prosperity, who educates those inspired to work with organisations serving the rural sector and engaging directly with rural communities.
During this stay the students will get an opportunity to observe and experience village life and engage in exploring the lives and livelihoods of village residents.They will study in detail about Kudumbashree model of poverty alleviation and the role played by Kudumbashree in uplifting the women to the mainstream of the society.The students will also be able to explore their hopes, aspirations, potential for change and the various constraints they face. Therefore students from different parts of the country will get the opportunity to learn in detail about the livelihood of the villagers and the notable interventions made by Kudumbashree in Kerala.