Women Studies


Courses Offered : M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D and PG Dilploma in Women's Empowerment

Nature of Course : Semester Scheme

Duration : M A 4 Semesters (2 Years)

Intake : 30 + 10 (Payment)


A candidate shall possess any bachelor’s degree with 50% marks in aggregate (40% in case of SC/ST & Cat- I and 45% for OBC candidates) obtained from any recognized University.

Eligibility for PG Diploma:

A candidate should posses any bachelor’s degree in any discipline obtained from any recognized University.


Designation Professor & Chairperson, Department of Women Studies
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Telephone No (Office)   08352-229022
Email laxmidevica@gmail.com


Faculty Details

Name Qualification Specialization Designation Profile
Prof.Hemalatha H.M M.A., Ph.D Women in Development,Feminist Research Methedology,Women's Empowerment,Women & Economy,Women & Environment Professor   
Dr. Laxmidevi Y. M.A., Ph.D Women in Development,Women's Health, Feminist jurisprudence, Women in politics, Education & Gender Issues Professor & Chairperson


An effective vision statement is vital to a strategic planning process. A vision statement describes what an institution aspires to become in the future and the values it enshrines. It captures in detail what things could be like at the institution level if it were functioning effectively and focuses on the contribution the institution will make to society. In the long run, a successful strategic plan must be premised on institution values, such as:

  • Academic freedom;
  • Institutional autonomy;
  • High quality;
  • Equal access; and
  • Non-discrimination (by race, ethnic affiliation, religion and gender)


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  • A high-level preamble that encapsulates the gist of the institution mission; and
  • A narrative portion that lists the particularities and elaborates on the implications of the mission statement in practical terms.


  • Computer Lab
  • LCD Projector.
  • Printer.
  • Digital Board and Smart Board
  • Photo Copier
  • A reading room with Leading regional Newspapers.
  • Career Opportunities:
  • NGO, teaching, Counselling, Women and Child development department  and other Department in Government.
  • Library facilities in the department


  • Dr. R. Sunandamma Novel Dwithwa has awarded Best Novel for the year 2005 by Karnataka Sahithya Academy.
  • Prof. R. Sunandamma has awarded Best NSS Co-ordinator, state awarded in 2009 .
  • Prof. R. Sunandamma Savitribai Pule award 6th Akhil Bharta Dalita Sahitya Sammelana,Bagalkot.
  • Prof. R. Sunandamma Indira Priyadarshani seva purskar 2011. The Well trained students have been placing in NGO’s and Government offices. So far more than 25% placement has been made.


Professor and Chairperson,Department of Women Studies
Phone: 08352-229022