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LPU Scholarship is applicable after. Programmes After 10th. Programmes After 12th.
After 12th, you could specialise in the subjects of your choice right from Psychology to sociology, economics, political science etc.
You could also opt for an English literature course.
Incase if you are interested you could opt for BMS or BBA, undergraduate management courses, or mass media (BMM) course.
Incase if you are interested in History, you could opt for a course in Anthropology in the future.
After Graduation, you could opt for B.Ed and opt to be a teacher.
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The options you have in mind can all lead in different directions, or can lead to the same goal. The question you need to ask yourself is, what do you see yourself doing say five years from now; and which of these option is going to help you best to get there. Let’s talk about the options you are considering and once you have more information you will be able to decide what is best suited for you. All three options are good for different career paths.
If you pursue BBA, which is a four-year course, you will be trained to fill positions like an accountant, financial advisor,
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Till the time you reach the final year I would suggest select anyone to specialise in. Sailing in two boats would not help you bank on, on any one shore. Also due to varied courses universities for masters degree gives preference to students who have studied 6 papers in their graduation days.
Please note that with an economics degree you would have opportunities in banks, financial institutes, government organization as a statistician, investment banker, financial or business analyst or advisor. Follow it up with a masters degree or an MBA in finance scope increases. At the s
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Hello Raghav.. You can go for Bachelors in Fine Arts and build a bright future in your interested field. This course is available in institutes like Jamia milia, Delhi university, Lovely Professional University etc. You can also get good scholarship also. More than all, You can make a good future with the skills and talents you have.