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Hi You can go for your master's program now. MA, MBA, MSW etc are some options.
Hi Nikhil.. A BA degree holder can seek admission in different courses like MA in different streams and MBA. If you have any interest in creative arts like Music, Acting, Drawing, Designing etc you can go for the courses like BFA, BA in Performing Arts, B.Design etc. Hotel management and Mass Communication courses are also an option for you
The best thing after BA is to go for MA and qualify NET. It will help you to find a job as lecturer in respective subjects in good institutes
If you are aspiring career in the Lectureship and Research then there is no career option available for you other than UGC NET Exam.
The NET Exam is conducted every year for the Arts and Humanities students.Complete the Masters in the Arts from any subject like Political Science and prepare for NET.Secure atleast 50% to 55 % marks in master degree to appear in the NET Exam
Check out the UGC NET Political Science Books from here to start the preparations and to know about the UGC NET Exam details
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