Future Prospects

Future prospects after completing the UG degree and PG degree in J.C.A.C.S.:

Studying Arts equips students for every aspect of life. It enables them to discover their talents, interests and abilities and develop them fully. An Arts degree helps them develop highly sought – after skills such as critical thinking, communication, reasoning ability and problem solving. At MVGU a graduate student will have a well rounded education with excellent communication and research skills, in addition to being technology savvy- all essential skills for success in a global environment.

1.The scope of MSW:

Jobs in Government Sector

The career opportunities for graduates of MSW are quite high nowadays. All the jobs in this field are related with social services or charity works. They can look for jobs in the Government sector as there are many opportunities there.

A few of the reputed organizations that work in the field of socio-economic support as well as welfare of the disadvantaged, orphans, people with disabilities are:

CIN, CRY, Department of Rural Development, Help Age India, UNESCO, UNICEF etc. need their services.

It is also possible for graduates to work with educational institutions. After gaining enough familiarity in this field, aspirants can work as consultants in many well known organizations. The area of their work comprises of:

  • Clinics
  • Correction Cells
  • Counseling Centers
  • Disaster Management Department
  • Education Sector
  • Gender Issues Associations or Groups
  • Health Industry
  • Hospitals
  • Human Rights Agencies
  • Mental Hospitals
  • Natural Resources Management Companies
  • Old Age Homes
  • Prisons

The salary of these professionals may vary on their qualification and experience. A fresher can get as much as Rs.25000/- Rs.40, 000/-. Nonetheless, it may differ on the basis of the standard of the organization they work with.

Central Government Jobs after MSW

The Government of India carries out a variety of written tests for the recruitment of suitable candidates for different posts in this sector. A graduate with a Masters degree can apply for diverse jobs in the government sector by clearing these written tests. By appearing for the UPSC exam, candidates will be able to apply for jobs such as IPS, IAS and IFS of the civil services besides other Central Government services.

The Staff Service Commission also carries out entrance exams for the recruitment of candidates. Some of the vacancies that are available in diverse Government organizations include:

  • Assistant Director
  • District Consultant
  • Documentation and Communication Officer
  • Humanitarian Values and PMER Officer
  • Junior Research Fellow
  • National Secretary Community Development Professor
  • Programme Coordinator
  • Project Coordinator
  • Senior Manager - Human Resource
  • Sub Regional Training Coordinator

Teaching Profession in Government Sector after MSW

Students can get employment with different universities. If one desires to join any of the educational institutions as lecturers, he must have a postgraduate degree in Social Work along with a SET or NET qualification. Once they get the job, they can write departmental level tests and get promoted to senior designations.

2. The Scope of Master of Commerce (M.Com.)

This course enables students to learn the key skills required for a fruitful career in the Banking and Financial Services industry in India. Students are taught basic financial concepts about managing customer relationships and are imparted knowledge about delivery channels and equipped with effective communication skills. This enables them to function as Business Correspondents.

The Post Graduate in commerce (M.Com) will enable students to broad base their career options in the banking industry. Banking course is aimed at providing practical knowledge and understanding of the Banking sector. By joining, M.COM after graduation, candidates will get the competitive advantage for a great career in banking and excel in their work.

Benefits

  • The major reasons for the extremism preference of bank jobs among individuals are job safety and stability in career.
  • The course content has been made relevant for the industry’s needs. With this course students will get a head-start in their career with a banking job.
  • Students will also get placement assistance facility for reputable banks including HDFC, Housing Finance Companies, NBFCs, etc.
  • These Finance and Banking Courses help professionals to develop competencies across four dimensions – domain, technology, application and customer-service
  • This course opens up immense opportunities for a fast growing career as a Clerk, PO, Assistant Manager Posts in the banking sector
  • This Allows high quality academic firmness with a professionally designed curriculum.
  • It helps in imparting knowledge of banking and finance collectively along with providing technical familiarity and customer orientation

3. The scope of The Master of Arts (M.A.) – A Guide

M.A. degree is a part of most modern higher education systems and is awarded by universities around the world. A Masters course is said to make students more employable, increase their earning power and provide them with skills that an undergraduate course can’t teach them.

Some might view a Masters course as endowing students with the same skills set as a first degree, albeit with greater depth. It is true that, much like Bachelor’s degree graduates, a Masters course develops some qualities and adds many more of its own. Indeed, by the account of many Masters-qualified workers, it is often seen that the skills are more than the subject-specific knowledge that has helped them to get ahead in their profession.

M.A. is a taught postgraduate Masters Degree. It is offered in most Arts and Humanities subjects and in some areas of the Social Sciences. It stands for Magister Artium, which is Latin for ‘Master of Arts.

The M.A.is actually one of the oldest types of postgraduate qualification. In most education systems M.A. degrees originated as academic teaching qualifications. Reaching the level of M.A. would, as the name suggests, make you a ‘Master’ of your subject, with the expertise necessary to teach it.

M.A. is still an impressive achievement, demonstrating considerable additional expertise and training over and above an undergraduate degree. The modern M.A. is a postgraduate qualification. It represents the next level of academic study after a Bachelor’s degree. As such, many students study an M.A. after a B.A. (Bachelor of Arts).

This doesn’t mean that students have to have a B.A. degree to study for an M.A. Any undergraduate degree in an appropriate subject will be sufficient. Some students even continue to do as M.A. after a B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science).

Which subjects award MA degrees in J.C.A.C.S.?

As the name suggests, M.A. is a Masters in Arts subjects. This includes all Arts and humanities disciplines as well as several branches of the Social Sciences. But JCACS provide M.A. only in such subjects i.e. History, Political Science, Hindi, English, Economics, Geography, Social Work, Garment Production and Export Management.

Who should study M.A.?

M.A. is an ideal choice for anyone interested in postgraduate study in Arts and Humanities subjects.

Student will have the chance to explore their subject in great depth and be encouraged to think critically and independently. Many programs will also allow students to specialize much more than an equivalent B.A. Though the M.A. is a taught degree, Student will also have the chance to complete a serious research project with their dissertation (GEOGRAPHY, MSW). This can be a great way to prepare them for more advanced postgraduate research such as a PhD – or simply to investigate a topic that interests them.

Career after M.A.

CompletingMaster of Arts students can find jobs in the Government sector as well. There are many areas where they can get jobs. Some of them are:

Civil Service, Decoders, Insurance, Interpreter, Library, Linguists, Teachers, Tourist guides, Translator etc.

4. Scope after B.Com.

The B.Com program provides a good base for a range of careers. These are broadly of two types. Those related to business and finance such as chartered accountancy, company secretary ship, and cost and works accountancy (CWA), banking and so on, and the non-finance fields such as law, civil services, mass communication, and so on.

There are many diploma courses open to students. To enhance students qualification in accounts, students may consider courses such as CWA, or others related to finance and banking such as a diploma in banking and finance offered by a number of institutes, which may be helpful if any student wishes to go for CS or law.

Other courses in banking and finance include a PG diploma in banking operations offered by the Institute of Finance Banking & Insurance, New Delhi, a collaboration between NIIT and ICICI Bank, as also the PG program in banking and finance offered by the National Institute of Bank Management, Pune, for which admission is through the IIM Common Admission Test (CAT). If any student wishes to work with non-banking financial companies, or in stocks and securities, there are several courses in securities and capital markets.

The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) conducts PG diploma program in treasury and forex management and a PG diploma in merchant banking and financial services. These will enable students to get into financial consulting and finance-related service

5. Scope of Bachelor of Arts, (B.A.) Pass Course

B.A. or Bachelor of Arts is an undergraduate degree conferred for a study program in either social sciences or liberal arts or both. The duration of B.A. or Bachelor of Arts courses is normally three years. However, it is dependent on the type of educational institute or college and particular minors or majors.

The Bachelor of Arts or B.A. is a baccalaureate study program which normally has a duration of three years and this course can be broadly categorized into pass and honors courses. B.A. has been traditionally the most favorite bachelor's degree courses among the students of India who like to study arts in the higher level. After deciding to study B.A. at the pass course level, students can select from a big variety of study areas from the different options available before them.

Current Scenario of B.A. in Jaipur college of Arts, Commerce and Science.

In order to be eligible for studying BA in JCACS, students have to successfully pass their 10+2 levelwith 50%marks or Higher Secondary Examination in Arts, Science, or Commerce. It is a noteworthy feature that students with Commerce or Science at their higher secondary level can also study BA or Bachelor of Arts. The subject areas of BA or Bachelor of Arts include, Economics, Political Science, Geography, Sociology, Literature, History, and so on. Following the successful accomplishment of BA, students can look for jobs or go for higher education such as postgraduate degree in any of the areas where BA has been completed.

Students can go for a career option in various areas following successful accomplishment of their Bachelor of Arts degree. Employment opportunities include Historian, Economist, Educationist, Political Scientist, Philosopher, Social Activist, Personnel Manager, Sociologist, Public Relation Executive, and Journalist and so on.

A large number of subjects are covered under arts category, including the languages, History, Geography, Fashion & Designing, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, etc. are some of the popular subjects in the arts category. The field of study includes the non- scientific and non-technological areas.