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Are the students who have completed their Bachelors degree in the pattern other than 10+2+3 eligible for MA program?

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Syed arooj. 10 days ago

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The qualification for MA Politics is Bachelors degree. That is why the required format is 10+2+3. But because the general Bachelor's degree is 3 years only.  If you have 50% in your Bachelors degree you are eligible to study this course. This says Bachelors degree in any discipline with 50% minimum. So even if you have a Bachelor's degree which is more than 4 years, it is also allowed. But if you tell me what is your Bachelors degree I will check it is eligible.

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B.Tech

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Syed arooj. 10 days ago

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You are eligible then.
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In JNU poltipoli science as well?

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Syed arooj. 10 days ago

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For every MA program , this is the eligibility criteria.
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The recently released prospects says "Candidates who have obtained their Bachelor’s degree under the pattern of education other than 10+2+3 will be considered for 

admission to the Master's Programme if they have successfully completed the first year of Master’s degree programme or a bridge 

course in lieu thereof, wherever prescribed, from a recognised University with prescribed percentage of marks."

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