CO 1 Acquire the knowledge of women-oriented theories and deliver logical explanation of some phenomena related to women.
CO 2 Demonstrate the critical thinking on why gender is important in development and gender mainstreaming.
CO 3 Articulate the connection between societal institutions and power structures and the impact the material realities have on women’s lives.
CO 4 Perceive the intersections between gender and other social and cultural identities, including race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, class, age, disability and sexuality.
CO 5 Democratically engage for the human rights and for the social justice for women.
- Teacher: Dr. Reshma Bharadwaj Bharadwaj