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Masters in Public Administration at Don Bosco University is designed for those who aspire to become administrators and policy makers in the public sector. This programme will enhance the ability of the students to understand and analyse government policies and implementations while preparing them to acquire skills to effectively manage and promote positive changes in the public sectors.

Number of Seats

  • 40 seats are available for the programme

Eligibility Criteria

  • Graduation in any stream with 50% of the aggregate. Those who have a background in Public Administration, Political Science and Management will have an advantage.
  • Provisional Admission:Applicants who have not yet obtained their Bachelor’s Degree also may apply for admission. Such candidates would be offered provisional admission until they furnish evidence of fulfilling the eligibility criterion stated in (1) above within 3 months of the commencement of the programme


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Semester I
Philosophy and Perspectives of Public Administration
State, Society and Public Administration
Administrative Thought
Public System Management
Discipline Specific Elective - I (any one)
Agriculture Economics - Issues and Management
Economics of Industry
Population Economics
Engaged Policy and Governance
Gender and Public Administration
Constitution of India
Semester II
India: Democracy and Development
Indian Administration: Structures and Processes
Human Rights: Administrative Framework
Research Methodology
Discipline Specific Elective - II (any one)
Disaster Management
Organizational Behaviour
Service Learning
Semester III
Development Administration in India
Decentralization and local Self Government
Public Financial Governance
Public Personnel Administration
Research Phase I
Essence of Indian Traditional Knowledge
Civil Services in India/Innovation in Governance
Semester IV
Comparative Public Administration
Social Administration in India
Law, Ethics & Governance
Research Project, Phase II

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