Master of Arts (MA in Public Administration), is a two years Postgraduate academic study program in India. The course is designed with the aim to provide comprehensive knowledge to the learners on the nature and relationship of the state, society, and administration. It will develop the will develop the conceptual faculties of the learner on various administrative theories, postulates, models, process, methods, instruments, techniques.
The master’s study deals with extensive theory and practice of administration and the analysis of the administrative system and political behavior. Public Administration means implementation of government policy and prepares civil servants for this work.
The master’s study develops skills and expertise in implementing in inclusionary practices and differentiated instruction techniques to help one with special learning needs.The study improves the knowledge, mental ability and an aptitude to think logically techniques.The study is focused on theoretical and practical aspects of Principles and Techniques such as Principle of Public Administrative system, Indian Administrative System, Public Policy Analysis Development Administration, Personnel Administration, Financial Administration,
The candidate who have completed Bachelor Degree like Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) or an Equivalent Examination, from any stream such candidates are eligible to take admission in master's study program.
This course requires 2 years of the time period in India. It’s a full-time degree course, but some student use part-time and distance learning the educational program and one can also go for online study option to earn master's degree in our country.
After the successful completion of the master degree course, have excellent career opportunities in Government, Private, Corporate Sector and Organization such as Public Relation Department, Consulting Firms, Public Policy Organisations, Research Organizations, Publication House. One can work as, Teacher, Professor, Lecturer, Career Counsellor, Legislative Analyst, Social Activist, Research Analyst, Corporate Public Affairs Advisor, Political Commentator, etc
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