We are all aware of the fact that doing a BA (Pass) course is not always considered a good option and is often skipped. Undergraduate students in BA Pass are considered inferior as compared to students of other courses. And students should not be confused about their career after passing BA.
First of all, I want to tell you those who do not think that if you do a BA (pass) then your future is in darkness but it is not so. After BA (Pass) there are many career options like any other course which are giving high salaries.
Students with an art background have a wide range of fields of study to choose from. Depending on their preference, they can go for Mass Communication and Media, Advertising, Interior Designing, Teaching, Hospitality, Travel & Tourism, Event Management, Sociology, Psychology, Creative Writing, Social Work, Fashion, Photography, Make Up & Beauty. For those who must have studied art in classes 11 and 12, the most popular courses at UG level are BA, BA (H), BA LLB, BFA, BJMC, BBA / BMS, B Lib, BSW. Other courses, an art student can choose courses in linguistics, religious studies, foreign languages, fashion designing, theater studies, film production, art history, and related fields.
Now let me give you some information about career, how to make a great career after B.A.
- Like any other course, BA (Pass) also gives you the option to try luck in government exams. From CDS to SSC CGL you are eligible for each exam if you meet the eligibility criteria for which you need to bring a special percentage.
- BA (Pass) graduates can also go to the bank for bank PO posts. All you have to do is appear for the exam and bypass it.
- If you have good communication in English and Hindi then BPO is the best place for you. You can work as a CCE (Customer Care Executive), and if you know another language than these two.
- Now after B.A, thousands of students appear for the UPSC exam every year. Even you people have the option to sit in the UPSC exam and IAS, IPS, or whatever you want to be.
- If you feel that you want to write skills then you should be proud of it, only then you can make it a career. You can be independent as an author, translation work, or transcription work.
- BA (PASS) offers many professional courses such as animation, etc. before graduation. Everyone is only interested in professional courses.
- Going to further education is always an option and BA (PASS) is no different. You can proceed to do your MA and appear for the UGC NET exam which is required to become a professor.
- MBA is another option you can choose if you are interested in management.
- Now in journalism and mass communication is one of today’s growing career options and if you want, there is also an option to pursue it.
- Last but not least, there can certainly be many students here who are interested in social service such as working in some NGOs. So let me tell you that people also feel that the option is available to all of you, so people who are interested in social service can make a career.
Important information related to courses
There are 940 design colleges listed in Education to choose from to pursue a career in the design world. If you want to pursue a graduate course in law, you can choose from 584 law colleges in India as listed in Education. Similarly, for a Bachelor course in Mass Communication, you can choose from 1123 Mass Communication and Media Colleges in India, such as those listed on Education and to pursue a career in the hospitality and travel industry, out of 1070 Hospitality and Travel Colleges in India From one. Education may pursue graduate courses listed. To further the course in arts subjects, you can list 1438 Humanities and Social Sciences Colleges in India in education.
Most humanities and social science colleges do not have entrance exams for admission to undergraduate degree courses. However, many law, comprehensive, design, and hospitality institutes offer admission based on the marks obtained in the entrance examination. Here is an overview.
To take admission in most of these courses, candidates are required to appear for general entrance examinations conducted by government bodies or private institutions.