BA (H) Psychology: A bachelor's degree in psychology opens up opportunities in human or social services. Typical jobs in this field of work are career counsellor, psychiatric technician, rehabilitation specialist, child care workers, social service specialists and case manager. These jobs all require skills such as the ability to evaluate the needs of a client, to keep accurate and organized records, to express empathy and compassion, and to work towards the best interests of your client, which a bachelor's degree in psychology provides. You are also prepared for a multitude of careers (research, education, sales, the justice system, human resources, private practice, etc.) and you learn valuable tools that you can use to accurately examine and assess individuals and situations, an asset at any job. The graduates are also recruited as advertising agents, laboratory assistants, market researchers and educators.

The average salary for these graduates at the start of the career ranges between INR 3-5 lakhs per annum depending on their expertise and experience in the field.

BA (H) in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics:Philosophy addresses challenging foundational questions in many fields, including ethics, political philosophy, and scientific methodology. It also involves training in rigorous argumentation, including formal logic and essay writing. The study of politics involves analyses of how individuals and groups define and interpret political issues and shape government decisions. It encompasses a broad spectrum of activities relating to public affairs, from elections and bureaucracies to war and terrorism. Economics tackles a large range of problems, from barriers to economic development to international financial crises. With an undergraduate degree in this interdisciplinary program, a student can get into the following jobs: investment banking, accounting, retail, education and teaching, public sector and government employee.

The annual salary for these graduates’ ranges between INR 5 to 7 lakhs.

BA (H) Social Work:A bachelor’s degree in Social Work prepares students for entry-level practice as a generalist social work professional. Students may also pursue graduate study or careers in non-profit, community outreach, education, healthcare, and human services related fields. A social work degree gives you a grounding in Sociology, Psychology, Public Health and Social Justice. It prepares you to empathise and work with clients to solve social and personal problems. Social workers find employment in a variety of settings, including hospitals, mental health care facilities, nursing homes, counselling services, and various government agencies.

Career pathways for a Social Work graduate include behavioural management, aid case management, community outreach worker, juvenile court liaison, probation officer, rehabilitation caseworker, eligibility worker, human services specialist.

Graduates can expect a compensation between INR 4 to 5 lakhs per annum based on their expertise and practical experience.

MA Counselling Psychology:Master's degrees in counselling are often offered in collaboration with the University's School of Education. These programs focus on therapies and behavioural modification techniques. Individuals with M.A. (Counselling) often work as school counsellors or career counsellors’.  They may also be employed in private practices, mental health clinics or hospitals. Counselling psychologists work in a variety of settings, providing various services to different client populations. Some are employed in colleges and universities as teachers, researchers and service providers (e.g., in university counselling centres). Others work in independent practice, providing counselling, assessment and consultation services to individuals, couples, families, and organizations. Still, others work in community mental health centres, health maintenance organizations, rehabilitation agencies, and business and industrial organizations. Other domains where counselling psychologists can find jobs are in the following domains: marriage and family counsellors, substance abuse counsellors, mental health counsellors.

The average salary for these postgraduates ranges between INR 5 to 8 lakhs per annum as per the expertise and their experience in this field.

MA Linguistics:Linguistics is the scientific study of language. It involves analysing the many different aspects that make up the human language by looking at its form, structure, and context. Linguistics also looks at the interplay between sound and meaning, and how language varies between people and situations.

A degree in linguistics can open the door to many careers owing to the emphasis on critical thought, analysis and communication skills.

On completing the course, you can find a job as a translator, forensic linguistic, educator, technical writer, lexicographer, speech pathologist/therapist, accent coach, audiologist, college/university professor (combining research, teaching, and service).

The annual compensation can vary from INR 4 to 6 lakhs.

MA School Psychology: School psychologists work with students of all ages, both individually and in groups, to improve academic performance, resolve behavioural, emotional, personal and social issues, learning disabilities, and serious problems such as alcohol and drug abuse, or help with crises. This involves bringing together all stakeholders including parents, teachers and education professionals, and creating plans and solutions for resolution. School psychologists employ a variety of clinical therapies and behaviour management techniques with the ultimate goal of helping students reach their full potential. School psychologists typically work on campus in with elementary, middle and high school students. They may also work at colleges and universities, day-care centres, juvenile detention facilities, in private practice or at research centres.

The annual compensation can vary from INR 4 to 6 lakhs.

BA (H)/ MA Anthropology: A degree in anthropology covers the cultural and biological diversity of humans. The broad discipline you'll gain from studying both science and the humanities and could lead to a variety of career options. A high proportion of anthropology graduates work in the public and not-for-profit sectors, all branches of the civil service, local government, charities, central government bodies, universities, international organizations, such as the United Nations (UN), museums and voluntary organizations Graduates & postgraduates also find jobs as attorney, diversity officer, foreign language teacher, foreign service officer, human resources representative, non-profit administrator.

Compensation at the start of the career ranges between INR 3 to 5 lakhs annually.

BA (H)/ MA Economics: A career in Economics is extremely rewarding in today’s business scenario. The interdisciplinary nature of the subject, compounded with its rigor, opens a plethora of doors for an Economics graduate & postgraduate in areas spanning from public policy and development to data science and marketing. Economists work as consultants, public policy analysts, financial managers, health insurance analysts, budget analysts, market researchers, data scientists, statisticians, economic journalists and researchers.

The annual compensation is linked to the expertise developed and also the skills they bring in.  At the start of the career it ranges between INR 5 to 10 lakhs.

BA (H)/ MA English: English graduate and postgraduate students have a lot to offer prospective employers, including well-developed communication skills, the ability to work independently, flexibility and adaptability. They enter a broad range of professions, including education, marketing, journalism, and public relations. Their analytical and communication skills are potentially in demand in management roles both in business and the public sector. Students find opportunities with many different employers. Public and private sector organizations such as the National Health Service (NHS), educational institutions, local and national government, financial and legal firms, and voluntary and charitable organizations employ English graduates & postgraduates in a range of roles, including administration, arts manager, events manager, finance, teaching, research, journalist, content writer. Jobs also include those of public relations officers, advertising, social media specialist, writer, event manager, translators.

The average salary ranges between INR 4 to 6 lakhs per annum as per the expertise and their experience in this field.
BA (H)/ MA Geography: A geography degree both graduate & post-graduate focus on the social, economic, cultural and historical elements of geography. Jobs directly related to geography include cartographer climate change analyst, climatologist, emergency management specialist, geomorphologist, geospatial analyst, GIS specialist, hydrologist location analyst, meteorologist, pollution analyst.

The average salary ranges between INR 4 to 6 lakhs per annum as per the expertise and their experience in this field.

BA (H)/ MA History: History graduates have strong analytical and communication skills that can be put to good use in careers in business, finance, HR and law. They tend to be naturally suited to careers as museum or art gallery curators, or in academia or education. A history degree trains students to investigate the past, assess primary sources, and craft evidence-based arguments. While some history majors become historians, many apply the skills gained during a history degree to other careers. The best jobs for history majors draw on a student's writing, research, and analytical skills. These fields include education and legal space. Other jobs for a history graduate & postgraduate include academic researcher,  archivist, heritage manager, historic buildings inspector/conservation officer, museum education officer, museum/gallery curator, museum/gallery exhibitions officer, secondary school teacher, academic librarian, archaeologist, broadcast journalist, civil service administrator, editorial assistant, human resources officer.

Annual salaries at the start range between INR 3 to 5 lakhs based on the skills and experience.
BA(H)/ MA Library Science: At present, Librarians are highly demanded in both government and private sectors. They can also work as a research assistant to professors or in publishing companies in preparing bibliographies and catalogues.  A graduate & postgraduate can also work as a media specialist, archivist, library director, information broker, academic librarianship, data curation database, law librarianship, public librarianship, children’s librarian, competitive intelligence analyst, electronic resource librarian, information architect.

The average salary for these graduates & postgraduates ranges between INR 3 to 5 lakhs per annum.
BA(H)/ MA Philosophy: Philosophy teaches you how to think for yourself and how to analyse and communicate ideas clearly and logically. First and foremost, philosophy majors have, perhaps indirectly, sharpened their ability to speak and write in a clear, articulate, and incisive manner. The graduates & postgraduates find career openings in the following sectors: education teacher, higher education lecturer, secondary school teacher, barrister, chaplain, health service manager, local government officer, marketing executive, newspaper journalist, police officer, recruitment consultant, stockbroker.
The annual compensation can vary from INR 3 to 5 lakhs.

BA (H)/ MA Political Science: Studying political science builds valuable skills in research, communication, and writing. At the undergraduate level, a liberal arts program with a major in political science trains students in social science methods and builds their analytical skills. Political science graduates often teach at the high school or college level, serve in government or public policy positions, and work for private businesses. With so many opportunities open to political science majors, graduates can find a field that best fits their interests and career goals. At the graduate level, political science students conduct original research, analyse political documents, and even publish their findings. A graduate degree in political science prepares students for academic careers, management-level positions in politics or government, and positions as senior analysts or consultants. Political science careers can include working for government agencies or political organizations as political scientists, contributing to the business sector as a business analyst or consultant, or working in the non-profit sector as a program coordinator. It also includes working as a policy analyst, legislative assistant, public relations specialist, civil servant, marketing research analyst, political consultant, attorney, intelligence analyst, political campaign staff. The annual salary for these graduates & postgraduates ranges between INR 3 to 7 lakhs.

BA(H)/ MA Public Administration: Public Administration is one of those few courses which are multifaceted and are dependent on other courses and subjects for its theories and concepts. The course is synonymous with policies and frameworks of economics, political science, administrative, management, law, sociology, and many other such related subjects. This field is mainly concerned with the developing and implementation of government policies. A graduate & postgraduate student can find jobs in the budget and fiscal management, city/county management, consulting, human resource/human capital management, law enforcement, parks and recreation management, public affairs and communications, performance management, transportation management, urban planning, utility management, waste management.

The annual compensation can vary from INR 5 to 7 lakhs.

BA (H)/ MA Sociology: A career in Sociology would mean the scientific study of human social behaviour and its origin, development, organization, institution. Sociology is a very vast field and thus there are different areas where one can specialize in with the advent of your studies and your career. Some experts study the behaviour of children, deal with problems of adolescents, decode criminal behaviour and action, assist students to broaden their horizons and become able enough to conduct effective communication, analyse and solve their problems and so much more. The career is diverse in terms of the specializations that one can choose from. A sociology graduate & postgraduate student find jobs in the following sectors: research institutes, the criminal justice system, public health, and welfare organizations, private businesses, law firms, international agencies, medical centres, educational institutions, advertising firms, survey and polling organizations, guidance counsellor, human resources (HR) representative, lawyer, management consultant, market research analyst, media planner.
Compensation ranges between INR 4 to 6 lakhs per annum.

BA (H)/ MA Travel and Tourism: The travel and tourism industry in India is currently experiencing unprecedented growth. The industry is one of the largest and most profitable industries in India and contributes significantly to the foreign exchange earned. As per various studies, the industry is expected to create over 45 million jobs in India by 2025.

Students have endless career opportunities in this fast-growing industry of travel and tourism. Candidates looking to pursue their career in the industry can choose to work for travel agencies, government tourism departments, tour operations, immigration and customs services, airlines, hotels.
The scope of employment in the tourism sector is very bright and has high potential with varied opportunities existing in both the public and the private sector. The public sector has opportunities in the Directorates and Departments of Tourism of the Centre and the State as Officers, Information Assistants, Tourist Guides, etc. The private sector has opportunities in travel agencies, tour operators, airlines, hotels, transport and cargo companies, etc. Other jobs are that of a holiday/travel agent, tourism manager, travel officer or travel agency co-ordinator, travel counsellor or travel consultant, airline staff, transport officer.

The annual compensation ranges between INR 5 to 8 lakhs depending on the practical experience and the skill developed.

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