Courses After 12th in Arts

After passing class XII, the concern that haunts the students' minds is about the course that must be chosen for graduation. Having multiple options in arts before you to pick from, you often get confused and feel lost. Thereby, to help you clear your dilemmas, here is a list of some of the most interesting and valuable courses to opt for:

Bachelor of Arts

Students who have passed class XII in arts keep Bachelor of Arts (BA) as one of the options to take admission in, as it provides diverse number of options to select from. BA can be pursued in Creative Writing, Economics, English, Fine Arts, Geography & Geology, History, Languages, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Public Administration, and Sociology Social Science & Social Work.

B.A. Economics

The Bachelor of Arts in Economics is an academic degree that gives a chance to the students to explore the subject of Economics and understand its theories with statistical analysis. It helps them understand the principles essential for better economic performance and development.

Popular Colleges: The Oxford College (Bangalore), SGT University (Gurgaon), Loyola College (Chennai), St. Stephen's College (New Delhi), Panjab University (Chandigarh)

B.A. Political Science

The Bachelor of Arts in Political Science enables the students to understand the functional and structural aspects of political system of India. The course lends a better understanding of the processes involved in policy making and also develops the skills to deal with political affairs at national as well as international level.

Popular Colleges: Gargi College, University of Delhi (New Delhi), St. Xaviers College (Kolkata), Guru Nanak College Of Arts, Science and Commerce (Mumbai), Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi)

B.A. Sociology

The Bachelor of Arts in Sociology is good for those who wish to understand the society and its functional aspects. This course encourages the students to have a closer look at the profile of the Indian society so as to identify its social evils and issues.

Popular Colleges: Jaipur National University, School of Social Sciences (Jaipur), Indira Gandhi National Open University (Delhi), North Eastern Hill University (Shillong)

B.A. Journalism

The Bachelor of Arts in Journalism is one of the most sought after courses in India. Being a professional degree, the course promises to modify students into efficient journalist with all the skills that are essential in the media industry. The course is also referred to as Bachelor of Communication and Journalism, Bachelor of Mass Media, Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication and Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication.

Popular Colleges: Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication (Bhopal), Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, University of Delhi (New Delhi), Indian Institute of Mass Communication (Delhi)

B.A. Fashion Design

The Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design is another professional course available for the undergraduates. The student can choose and excel in any program of his/ her choice; ranging from Interior Architecture & Design, Communication Design, Luxury Brand Management, Branding & Advertising Management, Textile Design for Fashion & Interiors, Interior Product Design, Jewellery Design, etc.

Popular Colleges: National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Pearl Academy of Fashion (PAF), Symbiosis Centre of design (SID)

B.A. Hotel Management

Being born and brought up in Indian society, individuals here acquire a practice of cordial reception of guests. However, to deal with it as a profession, students require special training to manage commercial tasks. Thus, the Bachelor of Arts in Hotel Management builds up human assets for the hospitality industry.

Popular Colleges: Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Hotel Management Catering and Nutrition (Chandigarh), Delhi Institute of Hotel Management (New Delhi), Institute of Hotel Management (Bangalore)

B.A. Event Management

The Bachelor of Arts in Event Management has a great scope in the globalised world of today, offering indefinite job opportunities to the aspirants of this course. This course refines the qualities of the students to infuse in them a perfect blend of excellent imaginative skills, time management, team spirit, as well as communicative abilities so that they become efficient enough to organise, execute and manage all kinds of events.

Popular Colleges: Amity Institute of Event Management, International Institute of Event Management, National Institute of Event Management (NIEM)

Last Updated on : June 29, 2017

Essay on Republic Day (26th January) for Students and Teachers Essay on Republic Day (26th January) for Students and Teachers “Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny,… Read More...
Writing a Great Republic Day Speech Writing a Great Republic Day Speech Looking to write a terrific Republic Day speech this 26th January? Republic day is one of the three… Read More...
National Mathematics Day Observed in India to Hike The Maths Tempo National Mathematics Day Observed in India to Hike The Maths Tempo Mathematics is a subject which many students are afraid of. Clearing a maths exam is a daunting task for many students, and… Read More...
UPPSC Exam 2019 - Eligibility, Date, Exam, Pattern and Syllabus UPPSC Exam 2019 - Eligibility, Date, Exam, Pattern and Syllabus UPPCS Exam Eligibility Current information on UPPCS Exam 2019 eligibility: For Age Relaxation in case of Emergency Commissioned /Short Service Commissioned Officers: The commission has… Read More...

Which States Share Boundary with China?India, in total, shares land borders with 6 sovereign countries. China is one of those. Below are the Indian states which share borders with the country. 1. Jammu and Kashmir This northern state of India is mostly located in the Himalayan mountains. It shares a… Read More...
Which States Share Boundaries with Pakistan? There are four states that share a border with Pakistan, namely, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Gujarat. The India Pakistan Border is quite intriguing. Since India has installed 1,50,000 flood lights on… Read More...
Which Places in India Still Largely Speak Sanskrit?Sanskrit is considered as Dev Bhasha, the language of Gods. It has a history of around 3500 years. It used to be a primary language of ancient India. Its earliest form Vedic Sanskrit, was prevalent from 1500 500 BCE. However, it is fading… Read More...

EU GDPR Update:
MapsofIndia has updated its Terms and Privacy Policy to give Users more transparency into the data this Website collects, how it is processed and the controls Users have on their personal data. Users are requested to review the revised Privacy Policy before using the website services, as any further use of the website will be considered as User's consent to MapsofIndia Privacy Policy and Terms.
We follow for border and boundary demarcations