If you are pursuing B.A , be it in any subject, then this article is for you
Sometimes varieties can put us in turmoil, which would not be so appreciable. Even the linear seeming trajectory may have ample curves to make us halt our pace. So, what do we usually do when we are in a tumult? We look out for an ace in that particular field. Knock-knock! Here we are to kindle the flambeau of sources for you, so that you can find the best investment, to put your shoes into, like a cake walk. Let’s have a look on what courses to do after B.A. (bachelor’s in arts) …
- AFTER B.A. ENGLISH COURSES
Focusing on the group of students who have recently completed their B.A. in English, we are here to show you, what are the best specific courses to do after B.A. English. Here we go hand in hand….
- Succeeding the chain, M.A. in English emerges out to be the finest course to shake hand with after B.A. in English. Doing M.A. in English will give you a familiar taste because you will shape the bricks on the land you have been taking care of for a few years. Like for starters, you won’t just be living only in the English language bubble, instead will get to make acquaintances from new culture (though of the similar region). Also, there are some other wonderful benefits of pursuing M.A. in English. Let’s have a stroll there as well…
- You will ascend your chances of landing on the foreign land with even better packages as you have a Master’s Degree in a particular field.
- You will be the ace in a specific topic where no will be comparable to you and you can wake up every morning with a whoop.
- It will save you a good amount of clock as you won’t need to consume time in adjusting to a completely strange environment.
FACT – ‘The average salary of an Editor is around 360,000 rupees a year.’ So, don’t you think an M.A. degree can bless you with whatever you want!
Some must-to-know information about pursuing M.A. in English…
- Duration – 2-3 years.
- Best institutes for it – JNU, DELHI; AMBEDKAR UNIVERSITY; EFLU, HYDERABAD; JMI, DELHI etc.
- Average fees – RS. 50k per annum.
- General job options after it – copywriter, teacher, content writer, editor, translator, stenographer etc.
- NEXT COMES MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Well said the fact that “No one cries sitting in a Porsche”. And what better option for it is none other than MBA? After B.A. courses, pursuing MBA has been the most fruitful trend for a satisfactory job offer from renowned companies. The hat of MBA itself beckons the managers from reputed companies and firms. Now, the question arises, why to opt MBA after B.A. graduation? A question worth answering for sure. So, let’s glide then…
- Subjects –
- HR management
- Finance management
- Business planning
- Communication skills
- Principles of management
- Fee structure – The annual fee of MBA in India ranges from INR 15000 to 3500000.
- Best institutes –
- SIBM, PUNE
- IMI, DELHI
- XIMB, BHUBANESWAR
- IMT, GHAZIABAD
- BIMTECH, GREATER NOIDA
- Salary figure– The average salary of MBA Business Analytics Professional in India is not less than Rs. 11 lakhs p.a.
‘An MBA fresher can earn up to Rs 5 – 8 lakhs p.a.’
So, come on, get up and let the lines on your palm be put into test.
- JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION
It’s the study of spreading information and data to a large audience across the globe through the means of travel available. The definition itself is worth a clap. After any B.A. program, pursuing journalism and mass communication will be nothing less than a fortune-crafting idea. Just envisage the fact that you will be the one being played every morning on the tv screens throughout the globe. The fame it will give you overnight and the respect which will be awarded to you for your works regarding it.
Getting butterflies, aren’t you? It’s obvious. Then, let’s have a fishing hook here too…
DETAILS ON JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION
- Jobs you can get out of it –
- Content marketer
- Corporate communication specialist
- Grant writer
- PR specialist
- Social media specialist
- Subjects in it –
- Media management
- Folk media
- Introduction to advertising
- Fundamentals of economics and Indian economy
- Salary structure –
A fresher can get a monthly pack of Rs 12000 to Rs 25000. After an experience of 5 years, it increases up to Rs 50000 to Rs 100000 p.m.
- Fee structure –
Ranges from Rs 19000 to Rs 300000 p.a. at U.G. level and from Rs 15000 to Rs 280000 p.a. at P.G. level.
- Have a look towards LLB
Broadly, Legume Baccalaureus (LLB) is a three years B.A. in Law. After your study of B.A., you can glide your iris towards the judicial system of your nation by studying its depth. The nation demands its best stakeholders and you can be the next sensation of the same. The minimum criteria to join LLB is a minimum of 40% in graduation. So, let’s dive deeper then…
Mechanism of LLB
- Duration – 3 years.
- Age limit – the upper limit for the three years course is 30 years and for the 5 years course is 20 years.
- Best institutes for the same –
- NLSIU, BANGALORE
- NALSAR, HYDERABAD
- NUJS, KOLKATA
- NLIU, BHOPAL
- SLS, NOIDA
- ILS, PUNE
- GNLU, GANDHINAGAR
- JGU, SONEPAT
- NLU, JODHPUR
- BHU, VARANASI, etc.…
- Fee view-
The average fees per year range from Rs 22000 to Rs 200000 p.a.
- Salary –
The average salary offered ranges from Rs 300000 to Rs 10000000 p.a. (It may vary as per the job profile of every individual)
‘The law degree holders have the maximum reach for anything because hands of the law are long as they say it!’
What to do is always in your hands, we just help your hands touch the best things possible and that is what keeps us in a perfect Mutualism symbiotic relationship. Your Prime concern should always be on what you are doing, and also taking in account what you will do after that. To this, our prime and only concern is to see how great you are, and can be with our efforts and wishes for you. So, that was all about the best courses to do after B.A. and the outputs you may get out of them.