It is a post graduate course in Political Science. Candidates who want to know about the political history of India and are keen on understanding other countries political constitution and preamble can take up a course in political science. This course acquaints about the distribution of power and the political practices through different times. The course focuses on typical political aspects of studies and doesn’t require any specific qualification. The course basically includes study of political system, Indian Constitution and functions of Rajya Sabha & Lok Sabha including their Judicial Structure. Candidates can do better in this course if they have got basic knowledge about the constitutions, preambles and the civic guidelines of the citizens of India.
The basic eligibility criteria for pursuing M.A Political Science degree is a pass in Bachelor’s degree in any stream and from a recognized college or university. The minimum qualifying marks may vary on yearly basis and from institute to institute.
The minimum duration of M.A Political Science course is about 2 years which is divided into four semesters, with each semester lasting for a period of six months. This course can be pursued as a part time or distance learning course. In that case, candidate will need to go for admission and then for exams. They can contact the respective college or institute’s office to clear their doubts about admission to M.A Political Science and whether they will have access to the library of that particular institute or college.
Further study option
After completion of M.A. in Political Science, if the candidate wants to study further, he or she may go for research field. M.Phil and Ph.D in Political Science are the best option where a candidate can even start earning along with his / her research.
Regarding job opportunities, candidates with M.A. Political Sciences can have their career in federal, state and local government positions, in business firms, profit-nonprofit organizations, journalism and many other similar fields. Candidates can join as a teacher, professor or lecturer of political science in both private as well as in public schools, colleges or universities. Candidates can even join politics if they are interested in this field.
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