Law and Public Administration

Law, often known as legal studies, affects almost every element of human life, including business, economics, politics, the environment, human rights, international relations, and commerce, to name a few.

A law degree is a well-respected and sought-after course. Different colleges in Nepal provide legal programs ranging from +2 to Ph.D. levels. A law degree is the first step toward working in the legal field.

After graduating from law school, the student has a wide range of professional choices. A law degree can lead to work as a lawyer, legal secretary, lecturer, management consultant, legal writer/editor, lobbyist, or policy analyst, among other professions. A profession in law provides students with not just a variety of legal job possibilities, but also financial incentives. Students have more progress and possibilities in this field since it is dynamic and intellectually challenging.

Similarly, Public Administration is both a method for putting policies into effect and an academic discipline that studies it and prepares officials to serve in both the public and private sectors. Human resources for public affairs management in the government, non-government, public businesses, and private sectors are developed through a degree in public administration. A student should be able to work as an administrator/manager in the public, non-profit, public business, and private sectors after graduation.

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