Public Administration is an academic discipline that studies the implementation of government policy and helps to prepares Civil Servants for working in the Public Services. Public Administration is also a study about three branches of the government Legislative, Executive and Judiciary.
The field of Public Administration focuses on the formation and management of Government Institutions which include all Ministries, Departments, National Development Council, Planning Commission , Election Commission, UPSC, Central Vigilance Commission, Reserve Bank of India, National Human Rights Commission, Comptroller and Auditor General in India, Telegam Regulatory Authority of India, etc.,
The Faculty of Public Administration focuses on various issues such as Public Resources, Accountability of People’s Representatives, Responsibility of Civil Servants and NGOs Management and so on.
UGC – NET, SET passed candidates are eligible to become an Assistant Professor in Public Administration at central and state level.
This course syllabus is covering mostly in UPSC and all TNPSC Exams.
M.A Public Administration completed students are eligible to write competitive exam for BURSAR POST (Group 1) in Govt. Arts & Science colleges at state level.
M.A Public Administration completed students are eligible to appoint Public Relation Office (PRO).
M.A Public Administration completed students are eligible to write officer level; post in GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND OF INDIA (GPF).