Master of Public Administration
M.A. in Public Administration is a one-year postgraduate Public Administration course. Public Administration is a comprehensive and thorough study of Public Administration as a discipline at an advanced level. M.A. (Public Administration) degree course covers the study of various Theories of Administration, Public Organizations, Financial Administration, Public Services and the Constitutional Framework. In other words, M.A. in (Public Administration) degree course is a study involving the study of a system through which the government carries out its business of ruling and controlling effectively. M.A. (Public Administration) degree course teaches and trains the students in democratic values such as equality, justice, security and order. It also prepares human resources (called public administrators) who can critically analyze and review the public policies of the government. The students are also taught to take the responsibility of determining the policies and programs of the government.