After Intermediate, most of number of students remain at sixes and sevens about their graduation and career. They find it difficult to select a particular course to secure their career. More painfully, some students lost a valuable year because of this confusion. In this article, I’ll tell about BA graduation course.
We know that B.A. stands for Bachelor of Arts and it is the most commonly known graduation course in our country. But there is a misperception amongst common people that BA is an unrewarding course and is good for nothing. This perception is nothing but a misperception and the reality is totally different.
Actually, a graduate of BA can make a successful career in the seriously rewarding domains like Journalism, Politics, Economics, Social Science, Law, etc. More important and greatly impressive fact is that a BA can also become an IAS which is, indeed, one of the most rewarding, graceful and respectful post in our country.
BA is the most widespread graduation course where the applicant can select and study the subjects of his choice from a list of large number of subjects. Moreover, the subjects like Geography, Political Science, Economics and Liberal & Fine Arts have further added a new dimension in this graduation course and have made it more interesting and rewarding too.
Required Skill Set
Students who possess good-enough memorizing capability and holds enthusiasm towards learning the cultures and languages of others are suitable for this graduation course. Along with these, the students should keep acceptable level of writing skill and should have communication skills. More importantly, he should stay aware of the social issues and current affairs too.
All in all, it can be concluded that BA is neither boring nor unrewarding. BA graduates of a specific discipline can secure a successful and even exemplary career in that domain. Furthermore, BAs can also go for competitive exams and can pull off the government job which is, indeed, admirably fulfilling.