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Eligibility Criteria for M.A:
Master of Arts Degree is a Postgraduate Academic Master Degree which is awarded for a course or program in a non-scientific subject.
It is also called as MA which is an abbreviated form of Masters Degree in Arts. Doing Master of Arts can help candidates to improve their chances for a good career prospect as well as gaining skills like problem-solving, decision making etc.
Normally it is a 2 years program. The program is available in different subjects including various languages such as English, Hindi and other regional languages and foreign languages.
Generally, students choose Master of Arts after studying Bachelor of Arts but when it comes to the thirst of acquiring knowledge there are no rigid rules.
Students pursue MA after doing B.Sc as well. So the basic eligibility criterion is to complete an undergraduate degree.
MA syllabus subjects that are offered vary from university to university.
The Master of Arts Degree course is held in 4 semesters. There are 4 or 5 Papers which one has to pass in order to acquire MA. This Masters Degree Program in Arts involves lectures, examination, and seminars.
Masters Degree in Arts is offered all over India in various Universities.
Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi
Assam University etc. are among the top colleges for MA in India.
Master of Arts Course is also available through Correspondence or Distance Education.
The MA jobs are in areas like Foreign Affairs, Law Firms, Management, News Media, Public Works, Tourism etc.
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