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Humanity Science is one of the most interesting subjects among the aspirants.
Candidates who qualify master’s degree in humanities can become an Assistant Professor or can also get Junior Research Fellowship by appearing in UGC NET Exam.
NET (National Eligibility Test) is an entrance exam which is conducted by CBSE (Till July 2018 now it will be conducted by NTA).
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You must have minimum 55% aggregate marks (5% relaxation for SC/ST/PWD/OBC Candidates) in postgraduation to appear in NET Exam.
If you are confused about your career, and completed your postgraduation in commerce then you have a very good opportunity to make career in the Lectureship field
UGC NET 2018 Exam would help you for this
The eXAM is conducted in primary and secondary phases
Primary stage is paper 1 for all stream students whereas paper 2 is from your selected subject
There is a lot of scope in Humanities subject as you can make career through UGC NET Exam in Teaching and Research related to the subject
You need to do is the Masters in the subject you are studying
You can also take some help from the UGC NET Question Papers to prepare for the exam
Both are good. It is all about your own interests in Maths or IT. However, Commerce with Maths is the option for many, while Commerce with IT is not that much. So that if you are doing Commerce with maths, you will have to phase more competition. Another thing about IT Commerce is that you can go for BCA or for IT specialization in your graduation or post graduation. Commerce without Maths may be quite easy to study. Some of the institutes which is offering Commerce without maths are Jamia Millia Islamia, Lovely Professional University etc. You can visit the websites for more details.
Honestly I am unable to understand your question.
Please note after 10th, you could opt for either science or commerce or ARTS. And as far as commerce is concerned it is also.a non medical field.
And if you are talking about the paramedical field like nursing, radiology, mlt etc then after 10th you would have to opt for science PCB stream.
But still here I would suggest opt for an Aptitude test which according to your potentials would guide you towards an appropriate stream.
Wish you good luck...
Humanities has great career scope in various fields some of them are
Law and Judiciary
Work with NGOs
Media and Marketing
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Tour and Travel
Hospitality and Hotel Management
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With Humanities subject you could become a very good lecturer in Geography, Economics, Polity and various subjects of Arts
UGC NET Exam is held every year for the students those who want to make career in thelectureship
Check out more details from here UGC NET
You have great career options with Arts and Humanities
First complete your graduation from subjects like geography, economics or polity and many more.
Next do post graduation in the given subject with minimum of 55 % in the post graduation and then go for Preparation of for UGC NET Exam
You can make a wonderful career in the lectureship as well as in the Research and get scholarships too
You will have good salary as a lecturer and wonderful career ahead
If you want to make career in the Commerce field. You must go with the Masters Degree after the Bachelors. The reason is that doing Masters in the Commerce would help you to make career as a professor in Colleges and Universities of India.
There are many Colleges that hires the aspirants after qualifying the UGC NET Exam. The NET Exam is held every year in two parts - Paper 1 and Paper 2.
Paper 1 is conducted in the aptitude section while the paper 2 is conducted in the subject related to the masters degree or commerce.
You can also make career in the Economics after doing masters
Yes, you can go for B.Sc. (Comp. Sc.), B.Sc. (Hons) Economics, BSc.(IT) after humanities in your 12th class.
You must go for top universities of india such as:- Lovely Professional University, Aditi Mahavidyalaya (Women's College) -University of Delhi, Anand Institute of Social Work-Anand, Gujarat etc.
I hope it helps.
You can go for Humanities or commerce and make career in lectureship Want to check out how?
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I can understand how parental pressure cannot be handled confidently.
I am very happy to know that you wish to follow your heart and you already know what you are made up for in career. Your parents may be right, since they may not be exposed to the new career avenues which are promising, lucrative and progressive.
I have a suggestion for you. You should take the [Psychometric Career Assessment] from CareerGuide and I am sure that the result will clearly show your inclination towards [Humanities and Mass Media / Communication]. You then need to show the Report of the Te
The basic eligibility for a graduation course in Fashion Designing is to get pass mark in any stream. So both Commerce and Arts in 12th are fine. So it is about your interest. Still, Arts with any creative arts paper may give you a boost for your Fashion Designing course for sure. Some of the leading Fashion Designing courses are National Institute of Fashion Technology, Vogue Institute, Lovely Professional University etc. You may can avail scholarship for completing your Fashion Designing course based on your 12th score.
Hello Reading up your query, I clearly understand your aim to be different from everyone and you are not a person who prefers doing that actually everybody does. Right? This is a fantastic thought and you should be definitely appreciated for that. Doing something different other than Medical or Engineering is very good. May I know what subjects you studied at HSC level? Were a science/ computer science or a commerce student? Depending on this I could better guide you. But I assume you were a science student as you have indicated that you want to do something different other than medi
If you are interested in designing than you can go for the following degrees:
B.Design (Interior & Furniture) (4 years)B.Design (Product & Industrial) (4 years) B.Design (Fashion) (4 years)B.Design (Multimedia) (4 years)B.Design (Graphics) (4 years)B.Design (Gaming) (4 years)B.Design (Film & TV Production) (4 years)
Eligibility for all of the above in most of the top universities is pass with 50% aggregate marks in 10+2 and you might have to clear the entrance test of the university.
Some of the good universities for design are: