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BA is Bachelor of Arts. BA is an extremely popular undergraduate course that students puruse right after their class 12th. Here are some important facts to konw about Bachelor or Arts:
  • Bachelor or Arts is usually of three years duration.
  • As part of a BA course the students need to study five compulsory subjects along with few elective subjects. These subjects vary depending on the discipline selected by candidates.
  • Candidates can pursue a BA course as a full time course or even as a part time course, correspondence course or in a distance education mode.
  • BA courses are offered by colleges under various streams such as DesignHospitalityMass Communicationand Pure Humanities
BA is most popular among students of Humanities and there are various specialisations under BA Humanities. The list of the most popular specialisations in BA Humanities and the colleges that offfer those specialisations is mentioned in the table below

Different languages (English, French, German, Hindi, Spanish, Chinese/ Mandarin, Greek, Japanese, Latin) Economics
Political Science History
Psychology Communication Studies
Philosophy Archaeology
Sociology Religious Studies

BA Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for a BA course specifies that candidates should have completed their 10+2 from a recognised board. Apart from this, some colleges also specify that aspirants should have secured minimum 50% aggregate marks at their Class 12 level in order to be eligible to pursue a BA course offered by them. Some colleges also offer 5% marks relaxation in this criteria for SC/ ST candidates.

BA Job Profiles

After completing a BA course candidates can pursue a MA course in the same discipline in which they pursued their graduation. Candidates who want to make a career as a teacher can opt for a BEd course after completing their BA degree. Apart from these options candidates are informed that after completing their BA course they become eligible to appear for government exams. However, aspirants can also opt to pursue a job right after completing their BA course. Some popular job profiles that candidates can pursue after a BA course are:
  • Content Writer: In this job profile one needs to research for information on the internet or even through offline sources and create original content for the medium and firm that they are employed at.
  • Social Worker: In such a job profile one needs to identify and thereafter help people cope with the problems at hand.
  • Airhostess/ Flight Steward: In this job profile, one joins the aviationindustry and is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of passengers on board an aircraft. Apart from this, an airhostess/ flight steward also serves refreshment to passengers on an aircraft.
BCom or Bachelor of Commerce is a three-year undergraduate course imparted in regular as well as distance education mode. BCom is the second most popular undergraduate course in the Commerce branch. Under BCom, there are three most popular courses, namely BCom or BCom-General, BCom (Honours) and BCom LLB. The BCom or BCom-General is also referred to as BCom-Pass by many universities. In the BCom course, candidates are taught core subjects related to commerce and finance. In the three-year duration, the candidates are given options to choose from a few elective subjects too. The programme is usually spread over six semesters during which the student is taught topics like financial accounting, corporate tax, economics, company law, auditing, business management, etc. BCom is the best option for students who want to make a career in commerce, accounting, finance, banking and insurance. BCom is also ideal for those who wish to pursue Chartered Accountancy, Cost Accounting and Company Secretaryship. After completing BCom, students can also pursue career in management, teaching, advertising, law, journalism, mass communication, law, design, etc. The average starting salary of a BCom graduate is Rs 3 lakh and upwards.

B.Com Eligibility Criteria

Unlike technical and vocational courses, BCom is offered by almost all the universities and colleges in India in regular as well as distance education mode. Eligibility criteria for BCom course:
  • The candidate must have studied Commerce in class 11 and 12 with Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Maths/optional subject and English as main subjects
  • The candidate must meet the minimum cut-off criteria for admission to the college applied to
  • The minimum cut off marks criteria may be different in each college/university’s as it is subject to the college/university’s own admission criteria for that year
Factors influencing the minimum cut off marks for B(Com) admission are a total percentage of candidates passing in Commerce in boards, the highest score in Commerce, the average score in Commerce, minimum cut off marks of the previous year, etc.

B.Com Jobs & Top Recruiters

In today’s job market, only a BCom degree is not enough. After completing the degree, students must pursue post-graduation in Commerce, Accounting and Finance. Courses like MComMBACACS etc. are a good options for B Com graduates. BCom graduates can also prepare for competitive exams for appointment in Government sector. But those who wish to start working immediately after completing the BCom course, can find various jobs at junior level in accounting, commerce, banking and finance and related fields. They can also seek jobs in public sector undertakings. Some of the job profiles for BCom graduates are listed below:

BCom jobs Average salary
Accountant Rs 2 lakh per annum and above
Financial Analyst Rs 3.7 lakh per annum and above
Financial Consultant Rs 5 lakh per annum and above
Account Executive Rs 2.5 lakh per annum and above
Jr Accountant Rs 1.75 lakh per annum and above
Business Consultant Rs 9 lakh per annum and above
Accounts Manager Rs 5.8 lakh per annum and above
Business Executive Rs 3 lakh per annum and above
Tax Consultant Rs 4.5 lakh per annum and above

Important FAQs related to B.Com course

  1. What is the eligibility criteria for admission to BCom courses?
  2. Candidates must have studied Commerce in the 11th and 12th standards and also must meet the minimum eligibility criteria of the colleges/university.
  3. Which are the best colleges for BCom in India?
  4. Shri Ram College of Commerce and Hansraj College of Delhi University are the best colleges for BCom in India. There are other popular colleges for BCom course too like Hindu College in Delhi, Loyola College in Chennai, Christ University in Bangalore, St. Xavier’s College in Kolkata, etc.
  5. Which entrance exam should I give to get admission into a top BCom college?
  6. Candidates can appear for exams such as DUETChrist University Entrance TestAMU Entrance ExamJamia Milia Islamia Entrance Examfor admission to some of the best BCom colleges.
  7. Are there any specialisations available under BCom course?
  8. Yes, candidates can either choose BCom which is popularly known as BCom pass or can opt for specializations like BCom (Honours)and BCom LLB.
  9. What are the career opportunities available after BCom?
  10. BCom course offers a plethora of job opportunities. Candidates can opt for professions like Chartered Accountant, Financial Analyst, Accounts Manager, Business Consultant, Tax Consultant, Business Executive, Financial Consultant, etc.
  11. What is the duration of the BCom course?
  12. BCom is an undergraduate course for three years which can be pursued as a full-time course and also as distance education.
  13. Who are the top recruiters for BCom graduates?
  14. Companies such as ICICI, SBI, KPMG, Deloitte, Ernest and Young, Max Bupa, New India Assurance, LIC, Citibank are some of the top recruiters.
Bachelor of Science (BSc) is an undergraduate degree course usually of three years duration. It is one of the most popular course choices among Science students after Class 12th. Full form of BSc is Bachelor of Science (Baccalaureus Scientiae in Latin) The course is considered as a foundation course for students who want make their career in the field of Science. It is offered in a variety of Science subjects at a majority of universities in India. Some of the popular BSc courses that students usually choose to pursue after Class 12th are BSc Physics, BSc Computer Science, BSc Chemistry, BSc Biology, BSc Mathematics, and so on. A BSc course can be pursued as both a full-time or part-time course. Students can choose to pursue plain BSc or BSc (Honours). The course is most apt for students who have a strong interest and background in Science and Mathematics. The course is also beneficial for students who wish to pursue multi and inter-disciplinary science careers in future. After the completion of a BSc degree, candidates can opt to pursue Master of Science (MSc) or even secure admission in a professional job-oriented course.

Popular BSc Branches 
BSc IT (Information Technology)
BSc Computer Science
BSc Nursing
BSc Fashion Design
BSc Animation
BSc Hospitality
BSc Biotechnology
BSc Agriculture

 Eligibility Criteria

In order to meet BSc eligibility criteria candidates should clear Class 12th in Science stream with minimum 50% – 60% aggregate marks from a recognised board. It may be noted that the minimum percentage required for BSc admissions may vary depending on the policy of a university/ college in which a candidate is applying.

Course curriculum for BSc

As already mentioned above, BSc can be pursued in different Science subjects, some of the popular ones being Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, etc. Apart from this, candidates can also choose to pursue a BSc program course which focuses on all major subjects of Science. Given below is an overview of the subjects taught in BSc Physics, BSc Mathematics, BSc Chemistry and BSc Computer Science:


BSc Physics Course Curriculum

Mathematical Physics Mechanics
Electricity and Magnetism Waves and Optics
Chemistry Technical Writing & Communication in English
Oscillations & Waves Digital Systems and Applications
Digital Electronics Microprocessors & Computer Programming
Thermal Physics Mathematics
Optics Mathematical Analysis & Statistics
Numerical Analysis Quantum Mechanics and Applications
Atomic and Molecular Physics Electronic Devices
Electromagnetic Theory Statistical Mechanics
Solid State Physics Nuclear & Particle Physics
Mechanics and Wave Motion Kinetic Theory and Thermodynamics
Elements of Modern Physics Analog Systems and Applications


BSc Mathematics Course Curriculum

Calculus Algebra
Basic Statistics & Probability Real Analysis
Analytical Solid Geometry Differential Equations
Matrices Data Structures and Operating Systems
Sequences & Series of Real Numbers Mechanics
Abstract Algebra Linear Programming
Theory of Real Functions Ring Theory and Linear Algebra
Discrete Mathematics Complex Analysis
Linear Programming & Its Applications Numerical Analysis
Vector Analysis Probability Theory


BSc Chemistry Course Curriculum

Inorganic Chemistry
Atomic Structure Periodic Properties
Chemical Bonding s-Block Elements
Chemistry of Noble Gasses p-Block Elements

BSc Chemistry Course Curriculum

Organic Chemistry
Structure and Bonding Mechanism of Organic Reactions
Alkanes and Cycloalkanes Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds
Alkenes, Cycloalkenes, Dienes and Alkynes Arenes and Aromaticity
Alkyl and Aryl Halides

BSc Chemistry Course Curriculum

Physical Chemistry
Mathematical Concepts Computers
Gaseous States Liquid State
Solid States Colloidal States
Chemical Kinetics and Catalysis

Computer Science

BSc Computer Science Course Curriculum

Fundamentals of Computer Organization & Embedded System Introduction to Database Management Systems
Introduction to Programming using Python Introduction to C
Introduction to Programming Concepts Introduction to Number System and Codes
Introduction of Windows, Features, Application Advanced Programming using Python
Control Structures Functions
Arrays Linux
Discrete Mathematics Computer Graphics
C++ Programming Java Programming
Discrete Structures Data Structures
Database Management Systems Software Engineering
Operating Systems Computer Networks
Design and Analysis of Algorithms Internet Technologies
Theory of Computation Artificial Intelligence
Computer Graphics Data Communication & Networking
Advanced Java DBMS
Operating Systems Networking & Security
Principles of Web Design and Web Technologies & Dot Net Technologies

BSc: Job Profiles & Top Recruiters

Depending on their respective subjects, BSc graduates can find jobs in various sectors such as educational institutes, healthcare industry, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology industry, chemical industry, research firms, testing laboratories, wastewater plants, oil industry, and the list continues. However, it is advisable that BSc students first complete their MSc degree and then look out for a job. Given below are popular job profiles that BSc graduates can take up after completing the course:
  • Research Scientist: A research scientist is responsible for undertaking as well as analysing information obtained from laboratory-based experiments and investigations. A research scientist may work for government labs, specialist research organisations and environmental organisations.
  • Scientific Assistant: A scientific assistant is a professional who provides complete support to the scientist in research. A scientific assistant is also responsible for performing and managing various administrative tasks.
  • Treasury Specialist: A treasury specialist is responsible for helping organisations increase profitability by assessing their periodic liquidity needs and investing excess cash in capital markets.
  • Market Research Analyst: A market research analyst researches and gathers data to help a company market its products or services. An analyst helps a company determine its position in the market by researching its competitors and analysing its sales, prices, etc.
  • Quality Control Manager: A quality control manager ensures that products of a particular company meet set quality and efficiency standards. The manager plans, directs and coordinates quality assurance programmes and also formulates various quality control policies.
  • Statistician: A statistician gathers different numerical data of a company and then displays it, thereby helping them to analyse quantitative data and spot trends.
  • Teacher: A Science teacher is typically involved in tasks such as preparing lesson-plans, evaluating student performances and teaching through lectures and technology.
  • Technical Writer: A technical writer writes articles and prepares instruction manuals and other supporting documents to communicate technical information easily.
  • Lab Chemist: A lab chemist analyses chemicals and creates new compounds that are useful in different aspects of human life. Research and testing are two crucial job responsibilities of a lab chemist.
Bachelor of Social Work or BSW is a professional degree that is offered at the undergraduate (UG) level. The duration of a BSW course is usually three years and candidates need to positively complete the course within a maximum duration of six years. Candidates can undertake BSW as a full time course or even pursue it as a Correspondence/ Distance Education course. BSW course mostly comprises of three major parts which are foundation course, elective course and field work. BSW course is offered in both English and Hindi language. Some common topics that candidates are made to study in a BSW course include Introduction to Social Work, Social Problems in India, Social Work Research & Statistics, Social Work Administration and the likes.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates meet the eligibility criteria to pursue a BSW course if they have completed their Class 12 from a recognised board with passing marks. Candidates who have a background in the field           of social work, sociology, psychology, or any related field are usually preferred if they want to pursue a BSW course.

BSW Job Profiles

After completing BSW course, aspirants can either pursue higher studies in the field of social work. Apart from higher studies, candidates can also opt to pursue a job in the field of social work after completing their BSW course. Some popular job profiles that candidates can join after successfully completing their BSW course are listed below:

BSW Course Job Profiles

Job Profile


Social Worker In such a job profile, one provides appropriate resources, advice and support to individuals who are facing difficulties or problems in their personal/ professional life. A social worker helps individuals cope with any problems they are facing to fulfill their monetary, emotional and social needs.
Social Educator In such a profile one needs to plan and organise events related to social issues. A social educator also needs to conduct committee meetings with the Public Affairs as well as Social Issues department.
Project Coordinator Aspirants are hired at this job profile in an NGO. Project Coordinators need to help in the planning, budgeting and monitoring process of a project undertaken by an NGO. Apart from this, a Project Coordinator also needs to ensure that the project undertaken is being conducted within the framework established and all documentation work is complete. A project coordinator also gets in touch with volunteers and ensures that the project is being completed as per timelines fixed for it.
BLibSc (Bachelor of Library Science) is a postgraduate academic degree course designed to give students an understanding of philosophy of library science, its basic principles, laws as well as social impact. Library Science is basically a field of study that teaches how to manage books and other material in a library. Library science is also often referred to as Library and Information Science (LibISc). BLibSc is basically a one-year duration course pursued by students who wish to build their career in the field of library science. Admission to BLibSc is provided on the basis of both merit as well as entrance exam, depending on the policy of the higher education institution in which a candidate is applying. Given below is everything you need to know about BLibSc course in terms of its eligibility criteria, required skillset, course curriculum, job prospects and more.

Eligibility Criteria

All candidates who possess a graduation degree from a recognised university with minimum 50% – 60% marks fulfill eligibility criteria for BLibSc course.
Note: The eligibility criteria mentioned above might vary depending on the policy of a university or institute in which a candidate is applying.
BLibSc: Job Profiles A BLibSc graduate can find jobs in both public and private sectors at organisations with large information handling requirements, foreign embassies, museums, galleries, news agencies, photo & film libraries, schools, colleges, universities, etc. Have a look at various job profiles related to BLibSc course below:
  • Archivist: An archivist is a professional who is responsible for assembling, cataloguing, preserving as well as managing valuable collections of historical information. An archivist can work with a range of public and private sector organisations for various roles.
  • Cataloguer: A cataloguer manages the catalog of different materials at a library. The professional prepares bibliographic and item records for journals, monographs, and other library material.
  • Consultant: A library consultant consults as well as provides problem-solving assistance to administrators and governing boards related to library plans, management, governance, funding, etc.
  • Curator: A curator is responsible for assembling, classifying, managing and presenting the collection of books in a library.
  • Deputy Librarian: A deputy librarian supports the work of Assistant Librarian as well as Library Assistant. The professional usually reports on library improvement, development and budgeting issues.
  • Library Director: A director checks books in and out for customers, oversees employees and staff members and ensures the smooth running of the daily operations of the library. The responsibilities of a director increases according to the size of the library.
  • Electronic Resources Librarian: An electronic resources librarian is responsible for ensuring smooth running of electronic resources of a library including databases, e-books, streaming videos, etc. The professional also manages serials including ordering, maintaining as well as receiving serials in print and electronic formats.
  • Indexer: An indexer reviews a variety of documents and compiles indexes to make information searches easier. An indexer works with different documents including books, periodicals, reports, manuscripts, websites, DVDs, audio recordings, literature, etc.
  • Information Architect: The major responsibility of an information architect is to ensure the user-friendly design of websites and other software applications in a library.
  • Library Assistant: A library assistant compiles records, sorts as well as shelves books, and issues and receives library materials like pictures, cards, slides etc. The assistant also locates library material and replaces it in shelves, stacks, or files as per the identification number and title.
  • Assistant Librarian: An assistant librarian under the supervision of a senior librarian provides different public, technical, and clerical services such as information service, reader’s advisory, circulation services, copy cataloging, presenting programmes, administrative support, etc.
  • Library Science Teacher: A library science teacher prepares as well as delivers lectures to undergraduate or graduate students on different topics related to library science. The teacher also prepares different course materials such as syllabus and homework assignments.
  • Law Librarian: A law librarian works for law schools or law firms and provides complete support to law customers. Their major job responsibilities include managing different library operations, helping with research, monitoring budgets, etc.
Note: The job profiles mentioned above might require some additional qualifications other than BLibSc.
Full form of MA is Master of Arts. Master of Arts is a post-graduation level course which is usually of two years duration. Candidates who possess a graduation degree can only pursue an MA course. MA is a specialised course in which aspirants are offered in-depth knowledge of the discipline they have selected. Candidates can pursue MA as a full time course or even as a part time course. MA courses are also offered by many colleges in the correspondence or distance mode. Here we will be talking about MA courses offered in Humanities stream. Aspirants can pursue an MA course under various specialisations such as:

Different languages (English, French, German, Hindi, Spanish, Chinese/ Mandarin, Greek, Latin) Economics
Political Science History
Sociology Rural Studies
Psychology Geography
Philosophy Literature
Social Work Anthropology
Religious Studies Library and Information Science
Archaeology Linguistics
Apart from the above-mentioned courses, many colleges also offer MA degree under various streams like DesignHospitalityMass Communication etc.

M.A Eligibility Criteria

Job Profile


Teacher In such a job profile one needs to prepare lectures as per the course curriculum and thereafter ensure that the environment of the classroom is conducive for learning. A Teacher also needs to mentor students on a regular basis so that they not only learn their curriculum but also become responsible individuals.
Administrative Officer In this job profile one acts as the point of contact for all company employees and provides administrative support as well as manages queries of employees. An administrative officer manages office stocks, prepares reports on expenses as well as office budget and also organises the records of the company.
Social Worker In such a job profile one needs to identify and thereafter help people cope with the problems at hand.
Journalist In such a job profile an individual is expected to work under different beats such as Politics, Sports, Crime, Education, Entertainment etc. A Journalist is expected to research, write, and present the events/ news in an honest, unbiased and ethical manner.
Counsellor In such a job profile one needs to speak to individuals who are facing personal or professional difficulties and help them overcome their problems and thereafter make appropriate changes in their life.
  Candidates applying for admission in MA course will need to fit the eligibility criteria before applying. Aspirants who are ineligible will be rejected at any time of the admission process and will not be entertained further. The following points are the eligibility criteria which is to be met by the candidate.
  • Candidates should have successfully completed their Bachelor’s degree (preferably arts) of a minimum 3 or 4-year duration with its equivalent (10+2+3 or 10+2+4). The bachelor’s or master’s degree should be from a university which is recognized by the UGC (University Grants Commission) of India.
  • The candidate needs to have a minimum of 55% aggregate at graduation level. The cut-off varies from college to college.
  • Before applying, candidates studying three-year degree programme will have needed to pass all subjects from the 1st to 4th semester, while applicants who pursued a four-year course, should have passed in all subjects from the 1st to 6th semester.
  • Candidates need to note that if the information provided on the application is incorrect or misleading at any point of the admission process, the candidate’s admission will be cancelled. Universities, institutes also reserve the right to take any legal action as deemed fit.
M.A admission process & Entrance Exams
  • Candidates who wish to enroll themselves for admission in M.A courses, aspirants will have to appear and clear an entrance exam. Most universities and institutes conduct an entrance exam for M.A courses.
  • In some universities, an entrance exam result can provide direct admission, some universities conduct further rounds of selection such as group discussions, personal interviews to select candidates for the final admission.
  • Candidates will have to successfully clear the entrance exam conducted by the university/institute and on the basis of marks/ranks, candidates can move to the next round.

MA Job Profiles

After completing an MA degree course candidates can either pursue an MPhilPhD course or they can even consider opting for a job. However, candidates need to note that they would be offered a job after completing their MA course depending on the discipline they have studied. Some popular job profiles that candidates can pursue after completing their MA course are as mentioned below:
Masters of Commerce or MCom is a post graduate level course ideal for candidates who wish to make a career in banking financial services and insurance (BFSI) as well as accounting and commerce sectors. The 2-year course delves deeper into the functioning of the economy, capital, revenue, trade, taxes, etc. taught in BCom. Since, MCom is a specialized area in itself, only those candidates who have pursued BCom or BCom (H), can go for it. MCom is also a good option for CA/CS candidates. However, not many CA/CS aspirants pursue MCom as CA/CS courses can be pursued after class 12. MCom is most popular among aspiring teachers/lecturers and researchers. UGC-NET/JRF and PhD are among popular options for MCom degree holders. Admission to MCom in top universities is done through entrance exam. Many universities offer merit based admission to the course.

MCom Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum eligibility criteria for MCom is a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in BCom or BCom (Honours) or equivalent from a recognized university
  • Some universities also induct students who have completed Economics (H), BBS, BFIA and BBE will a minimum score of 60% in aggregate or equivalent
  • Reserved category students are entitled to marks relaxation of up to 5%
  • State level universities also offer marks relaxation to home students

MCom Job Profiles & Top Recruiters

After completing MCom, a candidate can seek employment in the BFSI sector, opt for teaching or lecturer-ship or go for research. There are various job options for MCom degree holders in private, public as well as government sectors. Nationalised banks, Railways, Income Tax and other such government departments are good options for MCom degree holders to aim for a secure and prosperous career.

Top job profiles for MCom degree holders are:

MCom Job Profiles

Accountant/Senior Accountant Finance Manager
Finance Executive Financial Analyst
Assistant Manager Accounts Executive
Cashier/Teller Cost Accountant
Chartered Accountant Company Secretary
Bank Manager Risk Analyst
Business Analyst Marketing Manager
Securities Analyst Investment Banker
Share Broker Bank Executive
Wealth Manager Market Analyst
Trader Entrepreneur
Teacher Lecturer
Researcher Finance Consultant
Auditor Insurance Agent
Every business organization, whether it is an international conglomerate or a NGO, requires commerce graduates in various capacities to run their finance and accounting department. Banks and auditing firms hire MCom degree holders in large capacity.
Master of Science (MSc) is a postgraduate level programme offered in a majority of colleges and universities in India. The programme provides advanced theoretical as well as practical knowledge in a range of specialised Science fields – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Biology, Nursing, and the list continues. The duration of an MSc programme is usually two years in Indian universities/ colleges. However, the duration of the programme might change depending on the MSc specialisation selected by candidates and the policy of the respective college/ university. MSc course content in classes is imparted through various means such as lectures, projects, workshops, and directed study.

MSc Eligibility Criteria

Basic eligibility criteria for pursuing an MSc course requires students to be graduates from a recognised college with a minimum cutoff percentage (as stated by the respective college/ university) preferably in Science stream. There is usually no age limit to join the course.
Pursuing an MSc course allows candidates get various government and corporate job opportunities.

Students can opt to pursue MSc immediately after they complete their graduation or even at a later stage. Note: MSc eligibility criteria might differ from college to college depending on their policy.
MSc Admission Process Entrance exams are usually conducted to provide admission to students in MSc programmes offered at different universities/ colleges. However, it may be noted that some universities/ colleges also provide direct admission to students on the basis of their score in the last qualifying exam. According to Shiksha expert, Ruchika, “Although a majority of institutes conduct entrance exams, there are some institutions/ universities such as Maharshi Dayanand University, Amity University, and Galgotias University which admit students on the basis of merit/ personal interview.”
Advantages of MSc Course Pursuing an MSc course primarily helps students enhance their knowledge of a particular subject area. The course helps students in specialising in a particular discipline. Secondly, an MSc degree gives a boost to the career of students. The degree allows them to add a little extra in their CV and helps them stand out in the world of employability. An MSc qualification also helps students crack more lucrative job opportunities as compared to what students get with a BSc degree. Therefore, obtaining an MSc degree (also known as MS degree) is most beneficial for undergraduate students who have a strong background in a specific field of study of Science stream and wish to gain a competitive edge in the job market. For instance, if a student is a graduate in BSc Physics, obtaining a degree in MSc Physics can help him/ her up his/ her job profile and grab more lucrative opportunities.
MSc Career Prospects “Pursuing an MSc course allows candidates get various government and corporate job opportunities. Research aspects of the course are also very good,” informs Shiksha expert, Ruchika. MSc forms a foundation course for students who wish to delve deep into their respective Science subject areas. Such students can pursue Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) after completing their MSc programme and can make their career in the research field. For students who wish to start with their jobs, career prospects mainly depend on the MSc specialisation they opt for. However, such students can find a job in both private and government sectors. While on one hand, students can pursue jobs such as lab work, on the other hand, students can even take up teaching as their career after completing their MSc programme.

Popular MSc Courses in India

MSc Physics MSc Statistics
MSc Chemistry MSc Computer Science
MSc Mathematics MSc Life Sciences
MSc Biology MSc Food Sciences
MSc Biotechnology MSc Environmental Sciences
MSc Microbiology
Full form of MSW is Master of Social Work. MSW is a post-graduation course in the field of Social Work which is usually of two years duration. Aspirants can pursue MSW course after pursuing a Bachelor’s degree. Candidates who have pursued a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree are preferred if they opt to pursue a post-graduation course in social work. The career in social work is all about giving and helping others in need. From various NGOs (non-government organisations) across the nation to social development, a master’s in social work will provide a candidate an in-depth knowledge about the work put into the development of humanity and social welfare. After completing an MSW degree, candidates can work as healthcare social workers, clinical social workers, therapists or social workers in the field of medical health, mental health as well as educational fields. Aspirants can pursue MSW as a full time or even a part time/ distance education course. A full time MSW course is of two years duration and candidates can complete their MSW course through correspondence within a maximum duration of five years.

MSW Eligibility Criteria

Candidates are eligible to pursue MSW as a course if they have completed their graduation from a recognised institute with passing marks. Aspirants who have pursued Bachelors in Social Work (BSW) course or have experience in the field of social work, sociology, psychology, or any related field are preferred if they opt to pursue a MSW course. Candidates from any stream HumanitiesCommerce or Science are eligible to pursue MSW as a course at the post-graduation level.

MSW Course Curriculum

The subjects taught as part of MSW course may vary from one college to the other. But some common topics that candidates are taught as part of Master of Social Work course are listed below:

Course Curriculum for Master of Social Work (MSW)

Social Work Profession Social Group Work
Social Case Work Community Organization
Concurrent Field Work including Social Work Camp Concurrent Field Work including Study Tour
Analysis of Indian Society Social Policy, Planning & Development
Dynamics of Human Behaviour Social Work with Rural, Urban and Tribal Community
Study of Indian Economics Social Work Approaches for Social Development
Study of Indian Constitution Social Work and Social Justice
Social Work Research and Statistics Social Work Administration
Personal & Professional Growth Concurrent Field Work including Case Studies
Block Placement Women & Child Development
Labour Welfare & Legislation Criminology & Correctional Administration
Human Resource Management Introduction to Disaster Management
Medical & Psychiatric Social Work Communication and Counselling
Concurrent Field Work including Summer Placement
MSW Job Profiles After completing MSW course, aspirants can either pursue higher studies in the field of social work. Apart from higher studies, candidates can also opt to pursue a job in the field of social work after completing their MSW course. Some popular job profiles that candidates can join after successfully completing their MSW course are listed below:
  • Social Worker:In such a job profile, one provides appropriate resources, advice and support to individuals who are facing difficulties or problems in their personal/ professional life. A social worker helps individuals cope with their monetary, emotional or social needs.
  • Project Coordinator:Aspirants are hired in NGOs at this job profile. Project Coordinators need to help in the planning, budgeting and monitoring process of a project undertaken by an NGO. Apart from this, a Project Coordinator also needs to ensure that the project is undertaken is being conducted within the framework established and all documentation work is complete. A project coordinator also gets in touch with volunteers and ensures that the project is being completed as per timelines fixed for it.
  • Professor: Candidates can also become educationists in the field of social work.

MSW Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. What is the scope of Master in Social Work?With social work booming in the country, the need for professionals in the field is growing day by day. Candidates who pursue a Master’s in Social Work can work in the field of medicine, psychiatric social work, Human Resource Management, criminology, correctional administration, NGOs and many welfare communities.
  2. After pursuing a Bachelor’s in Social Work, is it wise to take up a Master’s in Social Work?If your aim is to be a social worker and want to make a career in the field, a Master’s in Social Work will only enhance your skills and widen the horizons in the field. The field also requires licensed people so a master’s degree can provide you with many opportunities. More the knowledge gained in the field, the better the scope going forward.
  3. Can I pursue a specific subject while pursuing a Master’s in Social Work?Yes you can. Candidates can pursue a Master’s in Social Work in a specialized field such as Childhood studies, medicine, and research. This can allow the aspirant to narrow down what specific field the candidate actually wants to work on. There are many options such as Social services, social policy, clinical social work and more.
  4. Is Master’s in Social Work difficult to study?
  5. If the candidate has done a bachelor’s in Social Work, then no. However, a candidate who is applying for a Master’s degree in Social Work, will need to understand the theoretical and practical part of the course. No course is easy unless the candidate works hard to achieve their respective goals. The course involves plenty of field work as well so candidates have to be dedicated in order to gain experience in the field.
  6. How do I prepare for Master’s in Social Work?
  7. A candidate needs to be aware, skilled and must be up to date with the events, situations around in the country. If you are preparing for an entrance exam, the candidate needs to be well prepared on the following topics:
  • English:Basic grammer, comprehension, spellings, antonym-synonym etc.
  • Reasoning:Analogy, classification, number series, coding-decoding, directions etc.
  • General Awareness:Current affairs, miscellaneous general knowledge, news, events, recent happenings.

Master of Library and Information Science (M.Lib.I.Sc), is a one-year professional postgraduate degree course in India. The professional study covers all the principles and practices of Library Science and Library Administration along with the current technologies applied to these processes. The study is designed to develop the knowledge and skills of Collection Management, Information System and Technology, Research Methods, Cataloguing and Classification, Preservation, Reference Statistics, database Management, Information Architecture and Knowledge of Library Management.

The aim of study program is to prepare candidates with adequate knowledge and skill related to the tools and techniques, information handling requires for the profession. The study is focused on theoretical and practical aspects of Principles and Techniques in an academic discipline such as Library and Society, Historical Overview of Library Development, Information and Information Science, Types of Libraries, Library Cooperation, Resource Sharing, Library Networking, Planning, Management and Acquisition, Strong and Maintenance, Computer Application to Library and Information Work, Managerial Aspects of Computerization.


The candidate has to complete Bachelor of Library and Information Science (B.Lib.I. Sc) or equivalent examination, with minimum aggregate 55% marks, such candidates are eligible to take admission in Master’s Degree professional study program.

Course Duration / Learning Mode

This course requires study requires 1 year of the time period in India, It’s a Full Time professional degree course, but some candidates use part time, correspondence education program and also go for distance learning study option to earn this degree.

Further Study

After the successful completion of master’s degree course, candidates can pursue for, M.Phil in Library and Information Science, Ph.D. (Doctorate in Library and Information Science) Degree or do specialization and research oriented work in their respective field.

Career Options

Master’s Degree holder have an excellent career opportunities in Private and Government Sector. One can be recognized as Librarian or Archivist and work as, Deputy Librarian, Information Architect, Electronic Resources Librarian, Integrated Library System Application Specialist, Junior librarian, Junior Information Analyst, Library Attendant, Metadata Librarian, Researcher, Professor, Lecturer (Library Science), etc.


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