Tribhuwan University CDPA has extended the MPhil in Public Administration application deadline. Central Department of Public Administration published a notification of new admissions to the MPhil in Public Administration program.
Notice Date: November 21, 2022
At Tribhuvan University in Nepal, the Faculty of Management offers several effective academic programs, one of which is the Master in Philosophy (M-Phil) in Public Administration. The curriculum maintains a strong research orientation while focusing primarily on critical public administration topics in both the global and Nepalese contexts. The program will meet Nepal’s increasing need for higher education in public administration.
Students may apply for new admission for the academic year 79/80 (twelfth batch) in the Mphil. The topics are provided in this central department of public administration if they have at least completed the second division at the master level.
Eligibility for the MPhil program
Candidates who have completed a Master’s degree with at least a Second Division from Tribhuvan University in Public Administration, Business Studies, Management, Political Science, Political Science, Sociology, Economics, or Rural Development are eligible for admission. The prospective students must have two years of job experience in management, administration, or teaching. English will be used as the medium of instruction, examinations, term paper writing, and thesis production. Requirements for admission to the MPhil in Public Administration Candidates are chosen based partly on their academic performance and potential.
Application deadline: MPhil in Public Administration program
Due to the general election on 2079-8-4, the application deadline has been extended to 2079-08-20 to ensure that competitive students interested in pursuing further studies in public administration do not lose out on this opportunity.
The MPhil program’s goals are to create highly qualified professionals who can work in academia, government, non-government, and the business sector and in the teaching, research, and scholarly domains. This curriculum aims to improve the ability of teachers, professors, and professionals in numerous sectors to conduct independent research.
The application date has been extended to 2079/08/20 to prevent students from being denied this opportunity. All parties involved are advised to contact the Central Department of Public Administration at www.cdpa.edu.np or during business hours for more information.
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