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    MBA after M.A. in Public Administration?

    what is the career opportunities after completion of MA from public administration in respect of high class job.with which course should be undergone after MA from public administration for betterment of career.



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    Re: MBA after M.A. in Public Administration?

    Dear there are two most good streams for you which can make your career brighter in future

    1. UGC NET - National Eligibility Test

    Candidate should have a master's degree in any discipline from a recognized university with at least 55% marks and 50% marks in case of SC/ST category candidates

    Examination Pattern : There would be following two papers conducted and qualifying in each is compulsory

    Paper I - General Teaching Aptitude - Objective Type
    Paper II - Specialization Subject/Selected subject - Conventional type

    Career Opportunities : If you successfully qualify this test then you would become a lecturer of your specialization subject and you would get the job under the government as a lecturer in any state government educational institutes - HSS/College etc.

    2. UPSC Civil Service Examination :

    Candidate should have a bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university and final year pursuing candidates are also eligible to apply for this examination

    Age should not be less than 21 years and more than 30 years and relaxation in upper age as per government guidelines which is 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC category candidates

    Examination Pattern : There would be following papers conducted

    Preliminary examination : Two papers on objective type pattern as - General Studies and CSAT and each paper contains 200 marks and qualifying in each is most compulsory

    Mains Examination : If you qualify the prelims then you would have to apply for mains examination and there would be following 9 papers conducted in this exam and it is a conventional type section in which you have to qualify various 9 papers and there would be only two subjects allowed to choose from the list for mains exam

    Paper I - Any one Indian Language - 300 marks
    Paper II - English Language - 300 marks
    Paper III - Essay - 200 marks
    Paper IV and V - General Studies - I and II - 300 marks each
    Paper VI and VII - Any one Selected optional subject - 300 marks
    Paper VIII and IX - Any one Selected optional subject - 300 marks

    Total marks 2000 for all 9 papers and you can choose any two subjects from the following list

    Agriculture
    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science
    Anthropology
    Botany
    Chemistry
    Civil Engineering
    Commerce and Accountancy
    Economics
    Electrical Engineering
    Geography
    Geology
    History
    Law
    Management
    Mathematics
    Mechanical Engineering
    Medical Science
    Physics
    Philosophy
    Political Science and International Relations
    Psychology
    Public Administration
    Sociology
    Statistics
    Zoology

    Interview Process : If you qualify the prelims and mains exam then you would be called for interview process and it has 300 marks and after qualifying the interview process, you would become an IAS Officer

    You have studied Public Administration as your major subject in master's degree and there are 5 subjects available in the list from the arts stream so that if you have good command over these subjects then you can choose and crack the examination so that you may also prepare for UPSC civil service examination

    All the best

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