B.A. Indian Culture - The term "Bachelor of Arts in Indian Culture" refers to the degree. It is three years in length. These three years are separated into six semesters, each of which lasts six months. The length of a distance learning course varies. Ancient Indian History, Culture, and Archaeology is only concerned with the history and culture of ancient India. The subjects covered in this degree programme are typically History of India, Ancient History of India, Medieval History of India, Economic History of India, Indian Social Structures, and Historiography. Post-Graduation is usually recommended after graduation. After completing the B.A. in Indian Heritage and Culture, candidates may pursue the M.A. in Indian Heritage and Culture, which is a master`s degree in the same field of study. MBA may be undertaken if the aspirant has a variety of interests. B.Ed is an option for people with a strong desire to teach. Additionally, a postgraduate diploma in a related discipline may be pursued to save one year. These applicants may be engaged by organisations dedicated to the development of India. They are capable of working in museums, art galleries, and even palaces. They may work independently as guides for visitors in tourist destinations. Apart from this, students may pursue careers in teaching, content writing, or even freelancing.
Level: Graduate Duration: 3 Years Mode: Full-time Eligibility: 10+2 in any field from a recognised board with a minimum of 55% of marks. Admission is based on merit and entrance exam.
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