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A post graduation degree (M.A, M.Com, M.Sc, M.B.A and M.C.A, M.Phil, and Ph.D) in any subject can be pursued only after the students have completed the graduation or B.A degrees in the relevant subjects. Opting for a post graduation course is definitely a good idea because it adds to the knowledge base of the students besides giving them an added advantage in the job market. PG courses are available for Arts, Commerce as well as the Science subjects.

 

 

Post Graduation Degree 

 

A post graduation degree (M.A, M.Com, M.Sc, M.B.A and M.C.A, M.Phil, and Ph.D) in any subject can be pursued only after the students have completed the graduation or B.A degrees in the relevant subjects. Opting for a post graduation course is definitely a good idea because it adds to the knowledge base of the students besides giving them an added advantage in the job market. PG courses are available for Arts, Commerce as well as the Science subjects and they can be pursued through traditional forms of education as well as distance learning. 

The reason why distance learning has become so popular is the fact that it provides the option of education without being confined within the four walls of the classrooms. In case there are working individuals who are interested in going for higher studies and want to carry on with their professional lives as well, distance learning is the perfect choice they can make. Take a look at the table below that provides information about the various open universities in India and the Post Graduate degrees they offer. 

 

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