B.A. (Public Administration)Sahaswi Group of Institutions
BA Public Administration is an undergraduate degree program that extensively deals with the study of various concepts pertaining to Administration, Public Services, Public Organizations, and the Constitutional framework. This course lasts for 3 years.
Students pursuing this course learn about democratic values like secularism, equality, law and order, justice, and how these values are incorporated in the Public Administration-related policies and various government policies.
Students who wish to pursue BA in Public Administration must have passed the 10+2 examinations from a recognized board with an aggregate of a minimum of 50% marks.
Admission to the course is offered either on the basis of the score obtained by a candidate in any relevant entrance exam or on a merit basis. In merit-based selection, marks obtained by a candidate in the qualifying examinations are considered for offering admission into the course.
What are the Eligibility Criteria for Admission to BA Public Administration?
Students who wish to get admission to BA Public Administration must meet up with the following eligibility criteria.
- A candidate must have passed the 10+2 examinations from a recognized board with an aggregate of a minimum of 50% marks.
- A candidate should not have any compartment or backlog in any of the subjects.
- Students who seek admission for reserved seats are required to present their concerned certificates at the time of counseling.
- Apart from the above-mentioned criteria, different colleges may have their own additional criteria which one must fulfill in order to take admission.