Learning and Critical Thinking: Understand administrative ideas and thoughts by critical thinking, discussing and analysing them based on the courses learned by him/her.
Research and Development: Use the knowledge earned from different courses (by understanding the concepts and political theories) and involve himself/herself in research and development effectively positively for rural and urban development of any country.
Investigation, Interpretation and Evaluation: Interpret and evaluate the problems by getting involved in varied sources that include data collection, manuscripts, observations, books, journals, case studies of social and political issues and the internet etc.
Reporting: Report the findings of critically think, observations, interpretation, understanding, evaluation and demonstration after effective documentation. Graphical representations such as pie diagrams, bar charts etc. make the report such which is easy for all readers.
Communication and Social Interaction: Communicate effectively (verbal and written) government programmes and policies as well as social and political solutions based on administration.
Universal Adaptability: Students can now be adaptive and apply their knowledge to any universal location to understand the political and social environment, its benefits and shortcomings.
Ethics: Students can now apply the knowledge of administration in the government and private sector in an ethical manner.
Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the administrative fields.
Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.