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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Undergraduate courses can be pursued after 10+2 intermediate. It enables one to choose a stream of choice and select the right profession too. Hence, undergraduate courses are vital. A student can opt for an undergraduate course in the various streams such as Arts, science, commerce, computer applications and much more.

Undergraduate courses are generally three years. During the span of the course, the students get acquainted with the intricacies of the subjects, get a basic understanding of the industry and study the fundamentals. Post the completion of the undergraduate course a student is awarded the Bachelor’s Degree.

Eligibility Criteria For UG Courses

The eligibility criteria for undergraduate courses are 10+2 from a recognized board or university. Most of the colleges and universities grant admission in the undergraduate course based on the merit obtained in 12th. These universities, colleges/institutes have their own cut-off lists too. Hence, the scores obtained in 10+2 plays an important role in securing admission for undergraduate courses.

Specialized UnderGraduate Courses

  • Below mentioned are some of the most popular and widely pursued specialized undergraduate courses in India:

    • BA: One can pursue a bachelor of arts in the stream/subject of its choice. The course is offered in Literature, Psychology, Economics, History, Journalism, Political Science, Archaeology, Public Administration, Music and Fine arts, Languages, Philosophy, English etc.
    • BBA: BBA can be done by students from various streams like commerce, arts and science. The course is high in demand due to its immense exposure and wide coverage. Several universities and colleges offer BBA. Admission to the BBA course is usually done on the basis of the merit obtained in the entrance exam. The BBA course also allows one to do a specialization in areas of interest like finance, marketing, HR, administration, operations and much more.
    • BCom: A commerce aspirant can do an undergraduate course in Commerce and pursue a specialization in the various streams such as Costing, Foreign Trade, Accounting, Business Economics, Law, Finance, Taxation, Sales Management, Office Management and much more. A Commerce graduate can also opt for a higher degree such as CA, CWA, CSS as well as management studies post the completion of the undergraduate course.
    • BSC: A student can pursue an undergraduate science course and opt for specialization in physics, biology, chemistry, geography, Environmental science, Information Technology, Geology, Computer science, mathematics, agriculture and much more. One can also opt for a master’s degree by enrolling on a postgraduate course to gain mastery of the selected stream and give a distinct edge to the career.
    • BCA: Bachelor of Computer application is also a three-year undergraduate course. This course is for technocrats and computer enthusiasts seeking out thriving opportunities in computer applications and software development. The course introduces one to the basics of information technology and teaches the intricate detailing such as programming languages. This course focuses on key programming languages JAVA and C++. Moreover, it also covers other vital aspects of Information technology such as networking, data structure, computer hardware and much more.

POSTGRADUATE COURSES

Post Graduate courses are high in demand due to their immense exposure and recognition. Multinational companies and corporates scout for candidates with a postgraduate degree. Post-graduation allows one to specialize in the stream and get in-depth knowledge of the sector. Post-graduation courses are well-structured. They give one a more practical understanding of the field. Moreover, postgraduate courses are immersive, they usually combine both the subject theory, practical approach and critical thinking.

The post-graduation courses aim at refining the skills of the students and making them proficient professionals. A student with a post-graduation degree is more likely to get immense exposure and a distinct edge.

Eligibility Criteria For PG Courses

The eligibility criteria for a Postgraduate course is a bachelor’s degree from a recognized board or university. Most of the colleges and universities grant admission in Postgraduate courses based on the merit obtained in an undergraduate course. These universities, colleges/institutes have their own cut-off lists too.

Specialized Postgraduate Course

Below mentioned are some of the most popular and widely pursued specialized undergraduate courses in India:

  • MA: Masters in Arts is a postgraduate program that is specially designed for art lovers. The Postgraduate program refines the skills of the students and provides them with a great understanding of the field. Masters in Arts covers an array of subjects such as painting, art history, visual communications, sculpture and much more. The admission process for MA is generally done based on the merit obtained in bachelors as well as entrance examination. Most of the colleges have their own entrance examination for MA.
  • MBA: Those who are interested in business administration and looking out for career opportunities in the management field can opt for MBA. MBA can be done in various specializations such as human resource management, operations, business analytics, information technology, logistics management and much more.
  • MSC: Masters in Science can be done by students with a science background. MSC can be done in various specializations such as Physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, environmental science, biotechnology, life sciences and much more. MSC not only provides one great knowledge of the stream or specialization one chooses but also opens several doors of career opportunities and job prospects.
  • MCA: If you are a technocrat with a keen interest in software development then. MCA is one of the best postgraduate programmes. The program extensively covers popular programming languages and provides hands-on experience in software development. The subjects and curriculum of MCA focus on the technical and theoretical aspects of computer applications. Students who have completed their graduation in any discipline such as Science, Commerce, Arts, Engineering, BCA from any recognized university are eligible for MCA.
  • MCom: Masters in Commerce can be done in accounting or management. MCom in accounting enables you to get a better understanding of the accounting intricacies such as costing, taxation etc. And MCom in management covers management-related subjects for the management professionals. MCom is a post-graduation degree. It improves your prospects and enhances the academic value of the students.

 

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