Top Courses After 12th Arts: Scope, Jobs, Salary & Colleges

In this article, we will check out some best professional courses that 12th Arts stream students may pursue after their schooling. In this article, I’ve listed the courses and also provided course duration details. Towards the end of the article, a short explanation regarding career opportunities after 12th Arts stream is also given. Arts stream students will find this article very useful! Do read the entire post and choose a course that suits you best. And if you like my poor stick drawing that I’ve provided throughout the article, please do share them too!

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Here are some good courses that one may do after 12th Arts-

 

List of best courses after 12th Arts

Course

Duration

Popularity rating (scale of 1-10)

BA (Bachelor of Arts) 3 years 9.4
BA (Hons) 3 years 9.5
BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) 3 years 8.8
BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies) 3 years 8.1
BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) 3 years 8.9
BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management) 3 years 8.6
BEM (Bachelor of Event Management) 3 years 7.9
Law programs (Integrated) 4-5 years 9.2
BJMC (Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication) 3 years 9
Bachelor of Fashion Designing 3 years 7.8
B.El.Ed. (Bachelor of Elementary Education) 4 years 7.8
D.El.Ed. (Diploma in Physical Education) 2 years 7.6
BSW (Bachelor of Social Work) 3 years 8.6
BBS (Bachelor of Business Studies) 3 years 7.8
BTTM (Bachelor of Travel and Tourism Management) 3 years 7.9
Relevant B.Sc. courses 3 years 7.7
B.Des. (Bachelor of Design) 4 years 7.8
BID (Bachelor of Interior Design) 4 years 7.7
Integrated MBA 5 years 8.4
Paramedical (Diploma) courses 2 years 6.8

 

Note: For calculating the overall rating, we interviewed arts stream students across India. We asked them to rate these courses on a scale of 1-10. We asked them to rate these programs on the basis of the following main factors – popularity of the course among arts stream students and their personal opinion about the program.

 

In short, ratings may be used to ascertain the popularity of these courses among arts stream students in India. These ratings don’t indicate the academic-value or importance of a program.

 

Those were some top professional courses that one could do after finishing 12th Arts stream schooling. Not only are the above mentioned courses being offered by a large number of Colleges in India, they are job oriented too. If you are interested, please give the next section a look. Over there, I’ve analyzed some professional courses in detail, which Arts stream students are eligible to pursue!

 

Courses after 12th Arts in 2021: Details, Jobs, Salary, Colleges & Scope

 

1 B.A.

B.A. stands for Bachelor of Arts. It is one of the traditional professional courses that still many Arts stream students pursue. This course is 3 years long. B.A. students are supposed to go through a not too tough syllabus.

 

The advantage of selecting this course is that it is an easy to do Undergraduate program! You see, many Government jobs require applicants to be Graduates. So, if it is a Government job that you are targeting, you may pursue this course. It is an easy to pursue course and one may concentrate one’s efforts towards preparing for Government Job entrance exams!

 

Apart from the above mentioned advantage, there is another attractive advantage that this course offers- easy availability of seats and Colleges! Yes, throughout India, there are many Private as well as Government Colleges offering B.A. course. So, if one doesn’t want to leave one’s native place and pursue a professional course right there itself, this course could prove to be of help!

 

Talking about eligibility criteria in case of B.A., 12th Arts (or any other stream) students who have successfully cleared 12th standard examination from a recognized School may pursue this course!

 

After B.A., one may also go for M.A.! Doing so will enhance one’s skill set and market value! B.A. Graduates may land Government sector jobs such as in Banks, Armed Forces, Police Force, Administrative Office, Schools etc. They may also take up Private sector jobs such as- Accountants, Managers, Administrators etc.

 

Important subjects present in B.A. program-

  • English Language
  • History of Cultures
  • Introduction to Mechanics
  • Introduction to Graphics
  • Introduction to Design
  • Visual Arts studies
  • Study of Materials
  • Visual Perception
  • Workshops

 

Apart from the above mentioned common subjects, B.A. students then have to select a combination of courses that they have to pursue after the first year. Some of the important choices that they have are- Psychology, Archaeology, Economics, Mathematics, Languages (like Hindi, English, French etc), Sanskrit, Sociology, Indian Culture, Politics, Geography, History etc.

 

Fees: If you want to pursue BA course from a Government college, it will cost you a very low amount. Yes, Government BA colleges are known to charge very low tuition fees. Some State Govt institutes are known to charge around 5-10K INR per year. This figure may vary from one state to another.

 

On the other hand, private BA colleges are known to charge relatively higher tuition fees. On an average, it could be anywhere between 15-40K INR per year.

 

Jobs: BA is like a general Bachelor’s Degree. After completing this course, a graduate will have access to government sector jobs, private jobs and self-employment opportunities.

 

UPSC and State PSC boards have set Bachelor’s Degree as the minimum qualification for many class 1 and 2 posts. Similarly, many government banks too hire Bachelor’s Degree holders for filling up Officer-level posts.

 

In short, government job opportunities for BA graduates include – Civil Services, banks, PSUs, Indian Railways, Municipal Corporations, Village Offices and more. Private job opportunities include – private banks, MNCs, finance institutes, IMPEX firms, retail firms, manufacturing firms etc. In private firms, BA graduates may find office-based and clerical jobs. Their work usually involves file-management, records-management, accounts-management etc.

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 10-20K INR per month.

 

2 B.A. (Hons)

BA (Hons) stands for BA (Honours). It is an undergraduate level Bachelor’s Degree course. The key difference between BA (Hons) and BA program is that in case of BA (Hons) program, you will be able to specialize in a specific subject/domain. Few examples are –

  • BA Political Science
  • BA (Languages)
  • BA Archaeology
  • BA Media Science
  • BA Travel and Tourism
  • And more

 

Syllabus varies from one course to another. The syllabus depends upon the area of specialization. For example, in the case of BA Political Science course, the curriculum focuses on political science and relevant subjects.

 

Jobs: Though BA (Hons) program will help you specialize in a specific area/domain, the career prospects of BA and BA (Hons) programs overlap each other. Just like BA, BA (Hons) graduates too have access to ample amount of government, private and self-employment opportunities.

 

Just like in the above case, government job opportunities for BA (Hons) graduates include – Civil Services, banks, PSUs, Indian Railways, Municipal Corporations, Village Offices and more. Private job opportunities include – private banks, MNCs, finance institutes, IMPEX firms, retail firms, manufacturing firms etc. In private firms, BA graduates may find office-based and clerical jobs. Their work usually involves file-management, records-management, accounts-management etc.

 

Let us check out some job profiles that are based on the area of specialization. For example – BA Archaeology. After completing this course, one may don the title of an Archaeologist. One may work for the Archaeological Department, private museums and other archaeology-based recruiters.

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 10-20K INR per month.

 

3 B.F.A.

B.F.A. stands for Bachelor of Fine Arts. Just like B.A., this professional course is also 3 years long course.

 

Talking about the syllabus, B.F.A. is all about study of visual forms of arts. For example, some of the areas of specialization within this course (and thus subjects) are- Painting, Sculpting, Music, Dance, Photography etc. According to me, this course suits students who are into the creative side of things!

 

I think students who are not too creative and those who don’t have skills in the above mentioned fields must not think about pursuing this course. Because, to succeed and thrive in this field after Graduation, creativity and skills are must haves!

 

When it comes to eligibility criteria, 12th Arts passed students may apply for B.F.A. There are many Private as well as Government Institutes offering B.F.A. course throughout India.

 

Fees: If you want to pursue this course from a private arts college, it will set you back by 10-40K INR per year. Tuition fees may vary from one college to another. It depends upon factors such as – type of college, its rating, scholarship status of the candidate, caste/category of the candidate etc.

 

Government arts colleges are known to charge relatively lower tuition fees. Some State Govt institutes charge around 2-5K INR per year for this course.

 

Jobs: This is a fine arts based program. So talking about job opportunities, self-employment opportunities are far more exciting and rewarding than traditional government or private jobs.

 

It is not uncommon to see BFA graduates don the role of an instructor. They are known to train students and fine arts colleges and institutes. Apart from that, fine arts graduates may also find domain-specific work. For example, a candidates who has specialized in the field of photography may join advertising firms, movie production firms, TV broadcast channels, print media firms etc.

 

Like I mentioned above, one may even explore the path of self-employment. For example, a candidate who has specialized in painting may exhibit his/her work, gain recognition and benefit monetarily from his/her work!

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. When it comes to self-employment, remuneration will depend upon your skills and level of work.

 

4 Journalism and Mass Communication

This one is a job oriented and ‘in demand’ course. The Media sector is going through a phase of immense growth! Not only traditional forms of Media like print and TV, online media is also something that is catching up.

 

All this has resulted in increased number of job openings in Media sector! So, it is safe to say that Mass Communication professionals are in demand these days!

 

When it comes to Mass Communication, there are different types of courses available, like Degree, Diploma as well as Certificate courses. Degree course lasts 3 years. The duration of Diploma and Certificate courses ranges between 1-2 years.

 

Students who have a flair for Journalism, social activism etc will thrive in this field. Also, having good communications skills will be an added benefit!

 

12th Arts stream students who have successfully cleared board examinations may apply for this course. There are many Private as well as Government Institutes offering this course to students. Even there are institutes offering certificate as well as Diploma courses. Please make sure that those private institutes are recognized by the Government!

 

Talking about job opportunities after this course, Media houses are the prime recruiters. These days, thanks to the arrival of unconventional online media brands, a whole new set of job opportunities has also been unfurled in front of Mass Communication students!

 

Here are some of the popular journalism and mass communication programs for arts stream students –

  • BJMC (Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication)
  • BA Media Studies
  • BA Journalism
  • BA Visual Communication

 

Important subjects present in Journalism and Mass Communication courses-

  • Media Ethics
  • Mass Communication
  • Editing
  • Reporting
  • Languages and Translation
  • Communication Skills
  • Electronic Media
  • Print Media

 

Fees: Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication is the most popular journalism course in India. If you want to pursue this course from a private college, it will cost you around 30-80K INR per year. Private colleges charge relatively higher fees. On the other hand, Govt institutes charge low tuition fees. They usually charge around 5-15K INR per year. While at college, students will also have to face other forms of expenses such as – lodging fees, canteen fees, security deposit, library fees, exam fees etc. If you want to pursue a Diploma course related to journalism, it will set you back by around 20-50K INR per year.

 

Jobs: Mass communication is a broad field. This sector generates different types of job profiles and opportunities. The type of job you may land depends upon the course you choose. For example, after completing BJMC course, you may gain access to the following job profiles – reporter, editor, journalist, investigative journalist, columnist etc.

 

Mass communication graduates have access to government and private job opportunities. Government broadcast departments such as DD and AIR are the prime recruiters. Since these are Bachelor’s Degree programs, graduates may even apply for UPSC and State PSC based jobs. They may even apply for other government jobs (banks, PSUs, municipal corporations etc) that require a Bachelor’s Degree.

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 15-40K INR per month.

 

5 Hotel Management

Just like the previous entry, this one is also a job oriented course! It is a no nonsense course and trains students to take on managerial responsibilities in Hotel and hospitality Industry!

 

Course duration in case of Degree course is 3 years. Diploma courses are also available, whose duration ranges between 1-2 years.

 

With tourism sector of India going through a good phase, the Hotel business is also doing well. Government is also supporting tourism industry and thus it looks like Hotel business will continue this upward journey!

 

Skilled Hotel Management professionals are valued by Big and medium sized hotels. Five star and other high rated Hotels are the prime recruiters.

 

Arts stream students who have passed 12th standard examinations may pursue this course right after 12th!

 

Here are some of the popular hotel and hospitality management courses for arts stream students –

  • BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)
  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • BHMCT (Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology)
  • Diploma in Baking, Beverages and Catering
  • Bachelor of Hotel and Hospitality Management

 

Important subjects present in Hotel Management courses-

  • Communication Skills
  • Foreign Language
  • Food Production
  • Travel Management
  • Front Office Operations
  • Housekeeping
  • Management
  • Accounting
  • Nutrition and Food Science
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing

 

Some of the above mentioned subjects are recurring ones. Students will have to face them in more than one semester!

 

Fees: BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management) is the most popular hotel management course in India. If you want to pursue this course from a private college, it will set you back by around 50-100K INR per year. If you choose to pursue this course from a Government college, it will cost you a significantly less amount.

 

Diploma in Hotel Management course will cost you around 25-50K INR (private colleges) per year. In short, tuition fees may vary from one institute to another.

 

Jobs: In India, hotel, hospitality, travel and tourism sectors are known to generate different types of job profiles and opportunities. After completing BHM or BHMCT course, candidates may find a decent job in places such as – resorts, hotels, club houses, cruise ships, tour management firms etc.

 

State tourism departments are also known to hire hotel management graduates. The tourism department hires hotel managers for working at government-run hotels, guest houses, resorts etc.

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 10-30K INR per month.

 

6 B.B.A.

B.B.A. stands for Bachelor of Business Administration. It is a 3 years long course. If you want to take plunge into the world of management, this course could be of help!

 

After B.B.A., one may also go for M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration). B.B.A. graduates are usually hired by Corporate houses and Business firms to take care of managerial posts, finance related posts etc.

 

There is a notion that B.B.A. is meant for Commerce stream students. That is not true at all! Even 12th Arts students, who have cleared board examinations, may pursue this course!

 

When it comes to BBA, students have different options to choose from. For example, BBA is a general management program. But specialization programs are also available. For example – BBA in Operations Management, BBA in Finance, BBA in Marketing Management etc.

 

Important subjects present in B.B.A. program-

  • Financial Management
  • Marketing
  • Economics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Accounting
  • Statistics
  • Entrepreneurship skills
  • Business Communications

 

In case of B.B.A. program also, some subjects are recurring ones. Students will have to deal with them in more than just one semester!

 

Fees: Top private BBA colleges usually charge around 70-150K INR per year. Tuition fees depends upon factors such as – type of college, rating of the college, scholarship status of the candidate etc. Govt colleges are known to charge significantly low tuition fees.

 

Jobs: At its core, BBA is a management education program. The main aim of this program is to train students and turn them into skilled managers! BBA graduates have access to government, private and self-employment opportunities.

 

BBA is a Bachelor’s Degree. Using this Degree, candidates may apply for UPSC and State PSC level jobs. They may even put this Degree to use and apply for jobs at Government banks, PSUs, municipal corporations and other Government departments (that require Bachelor’s Degree).

 

Let us talk about private sector jobs now. BBA graduates are usually hired by MNCs, corporate firms, small, medium and large-scale offices, manufacturing firms etc. At these firms, BBA graduates are usually asked to take care of administrative and managerial jobs.

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 15-45K INR per month.

 

7 Event Management

Event Management is one such field where one can make it really big, if one has the necessary skills and connections! Degree course in Event Management lasts 3 years.

 

I’ve already written a detailed article about Event Management courses. In that article, I’ve covered details such as types of courses, career prospects, value of the course, nature of work involved etc.

 

In short, Event Management is a job oriented course, which even 12th Arts stream students may pursue after completing 12th standard schooling successfully.

 

These are some of the popular event management programs for arts stream students –

  • BBA in Event Management
  • Bachelor of Event Management
  • Diploma in Event Management

 

Important subjects present in Event Management courses-

  • Study of main events
  • Planning
  • Human Resource Management
  • Accounting
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Public Relations
  • Business Laws

 

Fees: BBA in Event Management course will set you back by 70-150K INR per year. Bachelor of Event Management course will cost you around 50-100K INR per year. If you go for Diploma in Event Management course, it will set you back by 25-70K INR per year. In short, fees may vary from one institute to another. It also depends upon the format of the course.

 

Jobs: Event managers have access to ample amount of private and self-employment opportunities. They are usually hired by event management firms. They may even choose to start their own event management firm.

 

After pursuing an advanced program like MBA in Event Management, one may even get hired by larger event management firms and consultancy firms for organizing huge events like sports tournaments, concerts, corporate events etc.

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, job location and more. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 12-35K INR per month.

 

8 Fashion Design

Just like BFA, to thrive in the field of Fashion Designing, one must possess creativity! If you think you are creative and have a taste for fashion, this course is for you!

 

Bachelor Degree program in Fashion Designing lasts 4 years. In this program, students are given theoretical knowledge as well as practical training!

 

12th Arts stream students who have successfully cleared their 12th board examinations are eligible to apply for this course.

 

Here are some of the popular fashion design programs for arts stream students –

  • B.Des. Fashion Design
  • Bachelor of Fashion Design
  • Diploma in Fashion Design

 

Fees: If you want to pursue Bachelor of Fashion Design course, it will cost you around 50-100K INR per year (private colleges). B.Voc. Fashion Design course will set you back by 30-70K INR per year. Diploma programs usually cost lower than Bachelor’s Degree courses. Diploma in Fashion Design course will set you back by 25-50K INR per year.

 

Jobs: Fashion designers have access to different types of private and self-employment opportunities. They are usually hired by fashion labels, design firms, designers etc. They may even choose the path of self-employment and become and independent fashion designer.

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, job location and more. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 20-65K INR per month.

 

9 Retail and Fashion Merchandise

This Degree course is also related to the Fashion Industry. But, unlike Fashion Designing, this course focuses on merchandising, marketing and selling of products related to Fashion Designing sector!

 

Duration of Bachelor Degree program is 4 years. 12th Arts stream, after clearing 12th standard examinations, are eligible to apply for this course!

 

10 Integrated Law course

For Arts stream students, B.A. L.L.B. will be the best Integrated Law course that they could pursue! B.A. L.L.B. Integrated course’s duration is 5 years.

 

I’ve already written an article about Integrated Law courses, the way they work, career prospects etc. Do read it to get more detailed knowledge about this course. You may also check out the list of law courses and law colleges in India.

 

Important subjects present in Law Course-

  • Constitutional Laws
  • Property Laws
  • Banking Laws
  • Environmental Laws
  • Company Laws
  • Consumer Protection Laws
  • Family Laws
  • Labour and Industrial Laws
  • Human Rights laws
  • Administrative Laws
  • Public International Laws

 

Recurring subjects are present in the above list. Students will have to face them in more than just one semester.

 

Fees: Tuition fees depends upon factors such as – format of the course, type of college, scholarship status of the candidate, rating of the college etc. Top LL.B. Colleges charge around 50-150K INR per year for this course. Government law colleges are known to offer this course at relatively lower fees. Some state Govt law colleges charge 5-10K INR per year for this course.

 

Jobs: Lawyers have access to government, private and self-employment opportunities. First of all, let us talk about government job opportunities. Skilled lawyers are hired by PSUs, municipal corporations, Government departments (transport, irrigation, electricity and more) etc. Law graduates are also eligible to apply for UPSC exam and secure civil service post. They may also apply for State PSC exams and join Class 1 or 2 posts.

 

Let us talk about private job opportunities now. Lawyers are usually hired by law firms, consultancies, MNCs, corporate firms etc. Lawyers may even choose the path of self-employment and start independent law practice or start their own law firm/consultancy.

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 35-65K INR per month.

 

11 Graphic Design

Graphic design is a vast field. There are areas of specialization within this field. And based on these specializations, there are number of professional courses available too!

 

Some really good courses are- Animation, Graphic designing etc. Bachelor Degree course lasts 3-4 years. Diploma courses are also available, whose duration varies between 1-2 years.

 

This field is more suited for creative folks, who are also interested in sketching and visual arts. You may also check – Web and graphic design courses.

 

Fees: If you want to pursue Diploma course related to graphic design, it will set you back by 20-50K INR per year. Course duration may vary from one institute to another. It depends upon the level of difficulty of the training program.

 

12 Teacher Training courses

Arts stream students have access to a handful of teacher training courses. Qualified teachers helps educate children and nurture them into good human beings! Teachers have their own place and status in the society. Teaching is a highly respected profession in India.

 

After 12th, Arts stream students may go for teacher training courses like- Integrated B.Ed. course, B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education), B.El.Ed. (Bachelor of Elementary Education) or D.El.Ed. (Diploma in Elementary Education). Nursery level teacher training courses also exist in India.

 

Jobs: Teachers have access to ample amount of private, government and self-employment opportunities. Prominent government sector recruiters include – government schools, Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kendriya Vidyalaya etc. Prominent private recruiters include – private schools, private coaching centers, private special classes etc.

 

Teachers may even choose the path of self-employment and start their own coaching class or private tuition classes. They may even use online tutoring portals and earn money while teaching from home!

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 25-55K INR per month.

 

13 Integrated MBA

Do you want to pursue MBA right after completing 12th arts? If yes, Integrated MBA program will be of help to you. This program has been crafted keeping the needs of 12th passed candidates in mind.

 

Interated MBA program is generally 5 years long. Many IIMs are offering this program in the form of ‘IPM’. It stands for Integrated Programme in Management.

 

On the other hand, many management and higher education institutes are known to offer this program in the following format – UG course + MBA. For example – BBA + MBA Integrated course, BMS + MBA Integrated course, B.Sc. + MBA Integrated course etc.

 

The program usually covers an undergraduate program and MBA program. Usually, the UG course too belongs to management education domain (example – BBA and BMS).

 

Jobs: MBA graduates have access to government, private and self-employment opportunities. MBA graduates may apply for UPSC and State PSC level jobs. They may even put this Degree to use and apply for jobs at Government banks, PSUs, municipal corporations and other Government departments (that require Bachelor’s Degree/Master’s Degree).

 

Let us talk about private sector jobs now. MBA graduates are usually hired by MNCs, corporate firms, small, medium and large-scale offices, manufacturing firms etc. At these firms, MBA graduates are usually asked to take care of administrative and managerial jobs.

 

It is not uncommon to see MBA graduates choose the path of entrepreneurship. One may put his/her management skills to work and start his/her own enterprise!

 

Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 45-85K INR per month.

 

14 Paramedical (Diploma) courses

Arts stream students have access to different types of diploma paramedical courses. These programs cater to the needs of the paramedical sector. These programs trains students and turns them into skilled paramedics. Some such programs include – Diploma in Medical Records Technology, Diploma in X-Ray Technology, Diploma in Medical Imaging Technology, Diploma in Hospital Sterilization and more.

 

Generally speaking, these diploma paramedical programs last for a period of 2 years. These programs cover the following main subjects – basics of healthcare, human anatomy, domain-specific subjects, patient education etc.

 

Jobs: After completing paramedical diploma course, a candidate may join healthcare institutes like – hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, NGOs, PHCs, CHCs etc.

 

Salary: Salary: Starting salary depends upon factors such as – profile of the employer, type of job (government or private), job location and more. When it comes to government job, the salary will be based on the grade of the employee. On an average, starting salary (private) could be anywhere between 15-20K INR per month.

 

Job and Career prospects after 12th Arts-

Many parents and students claim that Arts stream is running out of/is already out of steam! How wrong they all are! In fact, many courses that one may pursue after 12th Arts are full of job opportunities. All one needs to have is a desire to achieve skills and go for higher studies or specializations if required.

 

If one want to have a career in Management sector after 12th Arts, he/she may go for management oriented courses such as- B.M.S., B.B.A., B.B.S. etc. Wow, just take a look at the number of management courses available at the disposal of Arts stream students! After acquiring management related skills, students may also go for specialization by selecting a hot and happening M.B.A. branch. This is how one may scale up the career ladder without any hassles! It is all about acquiring skills and specializing in good disciplines!

 

Let us talk about Bachelor of Arts course now. B.A. course could act like a spring board. It can be seen as a General Graduation program. After completing any B.A. program, students may take up jobs in the Government sector, for which, the minimum educational qualification is a Graduation Degree. There are various Government departments and sectors such as- Armed Forces, Railways, Administrative Offices, Civil Service posts, Municipal Bodies etc, where Graduates may find job!

 

If you are into the creative side of things, Fine Arts or Performance Arts courses could be of help.

 

If it is the Hospitality sector that you want to build a career in, Aviation courses, B.H.M. course, B.T.T.M. course etc could be of help. You may even pursue an air hostess/cabin crew training course.These sectors are going through phases of growth. Job opportunities created by them is also noticeable.

 

Looking for some exciting and rewarding alternate courses and career? Try courses related to Event Management, Fashion Designing, Interior Designing, Animation & Multimedia. How well you succeed in the above mentioned fields depends on your skills and passion.

 

Arts stream students may also pursue courses from other streams, such as- CA course (Chartered Accountancy), CMA (Certified Management Accountant), Bachelor of Statistics, Nursing (ANM or GNM), computer courses etc and build rewarding careers in those areas!

 

Elementary Education, Physical Education and Diploma in Elementary Education course will enable you to take up a teaching job.

 

Integrated Law course will help you build a career in Law sector. If you want a flexible learning experience, go for online learning programs.

 

In short, Arts stream still has got scope. After 12th Arts stream, students may pursue any of the above professional courses and build a rewarding career after Graduation!

 

Which course is best after 12th arts?

It is difficult to point out a single course. Here are some good courses – BA, BPA, BJMC (Journalism and Mass Communication), B.Voc., D.Voc., Integrated law courses etc.

Which subject is best in arts?

The answer to this question depends upon factors such as – your academic interests, passion and likes. For example – if you are good at dancing, performing arts subjects will benefit you.

Can I do Diploma after 12th arts?

Yes, arts stream candidates have access to Diploma courses. Some of the popular Diploma courses include – D.Voc. (Diploma of Vocation), Diploma in Hotel Management, Diploma in Interior Design, Diploma in Jewellery Design etc.

What are the career options after 12th arts?

Popular career options include – performing arts, visual arts, designing, journalism, management, Govt jobs etc.

Which course gives the highest salary?

It is difficult to point out a specific course! If you are good at a specific thing/work/field, you will be able to earn a decent amount of money.

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