MPA 1st : PA 520 : Development Management

Masters in Public Administration Subject: Development Management Course Objectives The objective of this course is to give a comprehensive knowledge of theories and dimensions of Development management and make students able to analyze developmental goals, implementation mechanisms, and the issues related to development management in various sectors such as public, private and the nonprofits. Course Title: Development Management                                    Course No.: 520 Nature of the Course: Core Course                                             Duration of the Course: 100 Lecture hrs. Duration of the Class: 60 minutes                                                Full Marks: 100 Course of : 1st  Year                                                                      Pass Marks: 40 Course Contents: 1. Introduction (15 Lecture Hours)… View All ….“MPA 1st : PA 520 : Development Management”

MPA 1st : Fundamentals of Public Administration I

Masters in Public Administration I Subject: Fundamentals of Public Administration Course Title: Fundamentals of Public Administration                    Course No.: PA 510  Nature of the Course: Core                                                            Duration of the Course: 100 Lecture hrs. Duration of the Class: 60 minutes                                                  Full Marks: 100 Year : 1st                                                                                         Pass Marks: 40   Course Objective The purpose of this course is to provide a basic knowledge of Public Administration and Management. The course intends to familiarize the students with the concepts, theories and emerging trends of Public Administration and Management. It also aims at encouraging the students to apply the methods used… View All ….“MPA 1st : Fundamentals of Public Administration I”

MPA 2nd Syllabus : PA 620 – Global Governance

Global Governance MPA 2nd : PA 620 – Global Governance PA 620 Global Governance                                                                 Full Marks – 50 60 Minutes 20 Lectures Hrs                                                                Pass Marks – 20 Course Objectives: This course intends to familiarize the students with the various aspects of Global Governance special focus will be given to the concept, Evolution and Need of Global Governance, and challenges and dilemmas of Global Governance. The course will focus on the role and functioning of international organizations in global governance and the construction that international institutions and processes can make to the challenges facing national governments. Course Contents: Understanding Global Governance:                                     LH 8 Concept of Global Governance Theoretical foundations of Global Governance: Liberalism, Realism, Constructivism, Marxist and Neo-Marxist Theory, Dependency and world — System Theory Evolution of Global Governance: LH 10 Foundations of Global Governance: The State System and its weaknesses, Governance innovations in the Nineteenth century, Multilateralism in the twentieth century and League of nations. The United Nations: Foundations, Major Organs Its achievements and challenges Its restructuring and… View All ….“MPA 2nd Syllabus : PA 620 – Global Governance”

MPA 1st Year : Research Methods in Public Administration-I

Masters in Public Administration Subject: Research Methods in Public Administration-I Course Objective The objective of this course is to familiarize the students with the application of various elementary statistical methods required to conduct social and behavioral research in public administration and prepare research reports. Course Title: Research Methods in Public Administrative-I Course No.: PA 540 Nature of the Course: Analytical and Professional Core Duration of the Class: 60 minutes Duration of the Course: 100 Lecture hrs.                                                                     Full Marks: 50 Year : 1st                                                                                                            … View All ….“MPA 1st Year : Research Methods in Public Administration-I”

MPA 1st Year: Public Policy Syllabus

Masters in Public Administration Subject: Public Policy Course Objective The objective of the course is to provide the students with the generic, conceptual, methodological and analytical knowledge and skills appropriate for analyzing issue-areas of public policy in the changed context of national and international environment. The course will emphasis on familiarizing the students with a number of approaches, methods and analytical techniques public policy making addressing the complex, interdependent and multidisciplinary nature of contemporary policy problems. After completing its study, the students are expected to be capable enough to analyze, plan, and manage different aspects of public policy making process. Course Title: Public Policy                                                     Course No: PA 530 Nature of the Course: Core                                                     Duration of Course: 100 Lecture hrs. … View All ….“MPA 1st Year: Public Policy Syllabus”

Curriculum with Syllabus: Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Curriculum: Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program Objective The objective of the Master’s Degree program in Public Administration (MPA) is to produce high-level human resources in order to serve public affairs management of the government, non-government, public enterprises and private sectors. The program focuses on areas of specialization such as Development Administration, Human Resource Development, Public Finance, and Law and Order Administration. After successful completion of the program, a student will be able to function as an administrator/manager in government, non-government, public enterprises and private sectors. The MPA program specifically aims to: Curricular StructureThe curriculum for MPA degree comprises of four separate and distinct course components as follows : Core Courses: Core courses integrate all functional areas and provide the students with an appreciation of the diversity and interrelationship of Public Administration, Development Administration, Public Policy Analysis, Public Financial Administration, Public Personnel Administration and Organizational Behavior. Analytical and Professional Core Courses: Analytical courses are designed to enable the students to develop the skill of identifying and analyzing the problems. It includes subjects – Research… View All ….“Curriculum with Syllabus: Master of Public Administration (MPA)”