Centre for Womens Development Studies (CWDS) was established as an autonomous research institute in 1980 with initial support from the ILO. The founders of CWDS were the authors of famous Government of India report on The Status of Women in India, prepared for the UN Year of Women in 1975. This landmark report demonstrated that the economic, social and political status of women had actually deteriorated despite the progressive intentions of post-independence state policy. Founded in response to this shocking discovery, the CWDS took on the mission of studying â€“ with a view to transforming â€“ the social values, institutes and practices which marginalise women in developmental processes.
Address The Chairperson Search Committee for Director 25, Bhai Vir Singh Marg, New Delhi 110001 Selection Procedure : Selection Will be Based either Written Exam/Interview How to Apply : Application with detailed CV and copies of supporting documents may be sent to the Chairperson, Search Committee for Director, CWDS. These may be sent to the … Continue reading "CWDS"
|Last Date to apply||01 Dec 2020|