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I have done BA. what types of jobs can be achieved after doin ba english literature?





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Well, what are you interested in doing as a career? That should really shape what you choose to do or to study now. If you're interested in teaching literature and doing research on it, pursuing a master's or doctorate in English literature is a good choice. If you're interested in going into editing or publishing, it would be better to look for jobs in those fields or pusue a master's in professional communication.
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After completing B.A. with english literature you can do prepration for so many competative exams.
you can do prepration of TGT and PGT.After doing this you can get job in goverment college.
If you do B.Ed then you can sit in the exam of SLET(State Level Eligiblity Test for teaching) because for SLET exam person should have degree of B.Ed .
Beside all these you can do prepration for Bank clerk and PO.
If you have interest in administration then you can do prepration for Civil Service Exam.IAS ,PCS,IFS comes in civil services category.
So there are so many options for you,just choose accroding to your choice.
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Dear, you also go for M.A. in english literature and after it you also go in TEACHING line.
you also attempt a job of english lecture in school or colleges.
after it you also continue your studies.

if you not intersted in the english then you also go for the many COMPUTER COURSES.
like java , .net, vb.net ,php.etc.
this decesion is also depends upon you.
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A job after B.A .English Literature.,if not interested in teaching..?
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I HAVE COMPLETED BA ENGLISH SO I CANE DO MBA HOW MUCH PERCENTAGE IN BA CAN I DO MBA
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i want to know about p.c.s syllabus
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Jobs after B.A. English Literature?not interested in teaching
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i have done BA in english literature, can i prepare for PCS exams with literature subject as a main subject?????
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where goes a scholar there goes a saint in the end .study is not very important for a person.for example kalidas was not educated.
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After completing B.A. with English literature you can do preparation for so many competitive exams.
you can do preparation of TGT and PGT.After doing this you can get job in government college.
If you do B.Ed then you can sit in the exam of SLET(State Level Eligibility Test for teaching) because for SLET exam person should have degree of B.Ed .
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After completing my BA LIT. Can i go for any IT field. .as an IT Professional. For that, which course i shud prefer ?
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i am a physically challenged person .after completed my B.A.LIT which course can i choose?
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i am a physically challenged person. after completed my B.A.LITT which course can i study?
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HI,my self balaji kishan waghmare and i have ba complete in English so now what i do me plz send reply on [email protected] contact.9637959625
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Hi, I have completed my B.A English literature, now i would like to do my PG in MBA and work at MNC companies..Is it possible? If you really looking forward to reply me..please send me to my [email protected] thank you.
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i finish b.a.english,but i like to go journalism line,(editor line)
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I am doing b.a in english literature n will be completing my graduation in 2014. I want to know the future career options of an english graduate,other than teaching and journalism. Will be grateful if you answer this. Thanks.
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I'll be completing my B.A. English Honours course the next year.
Will it be a nice idea to go for M.A. in Foreign language or M.A. in Journalism???
Which Universities should I prefer???
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how much is the scope of b a eng lit
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Sir/ mam
Recently m in 12 art stream n mene ba english litrecure krrni hai to aap mjhe ye btaye ki after course ias or ips k form kese or kha se bharu...... Coz meri family me koi b educated nhi hai kisi ko b is bare me nhi pta sopls telll me
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Hi,sir,madam i m sukhjinder frm punjab. after BA in english litt. Can i do master in zoology, bootany or any technical line.
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I am completed B.A english lit.but i don t like teaching line . i want to job. what can i do
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I have job opening for english literature graduates - BA/MA etc....reply on email id: [email protected],
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i am studing B.A english literature.after finished ba don't like teaching line
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Submit your Resumes to [email protected] for a career in English Writing.
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You can send your resumes to [email protected] and pursue a career online in Article Writing Industry.
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I would like to go to the sicological field after BA litreature....Is it possible?
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Hello friend,

There are many options for you that you can CHOOSE , so refer below;

*You can go for English teacher in secondary Higher school / Institute.

*You can go for further PG COURSE after completing you can try for professor in colleges .

*You can also sit for competitive exams like TGT and PGT.

*After clearing these exams you can get job in government colleges..

*You can also write SLET exam for teacher job in government schools.

*You can also go for Bank Clerk and PO post.

*You can also prepare for Civil Services like IAS, PCS, IFS etc...
You can go for English lecturer in colleges/ Schools.

*To get teacher/ lecturer job in government schools/colleges you have to SIT FOR entrance exam conducted by state government.

*Mass Communication, Advertising and Media related career options are also a possibility which you could consider.

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Hello,
Already you are B.A. honors in English Literature. So please go ahead and complete M.A. in English literature. After this you will require one more small thing and that is a B.Ed. degree. Also you can do these things together. You can do M.A. in English in one university, and B.Ed. in parallel from another distance university. That way you will have both degrees together. You can opt for B.Ed. in IGNOU. Please log onto www.ignou.ac.in to get the online forms for B.Ed. entrance tests. After all this degree you become eligible for school teaching jobs in higher secondary level. You will get a decent and safe job for your lifetime.
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After complete B.A on English you can select this jobs.

** You can go for English teacher in secondary Higher school / Institute.

** You can go for further PG COURSE after completing you can try for professor in colleges .

** You can also sit for competitive exams like TGT and PGT.

** After clearing these exams you can get job in government colleges.

** You can also write SLET exam for teacher job in government schools.

** You can also go for Bank Clerk and PO post.

** You can also prepare for Civil Services like IAS, PCS, IFS etc...
You can go for English lecturer in colleges/ Schools.

** To get teacher/ lecturer job in
government schools/colleges you have to SIT FOR entrance exam conducted by state government.

** Mass Communication, Advertising and Media related career options are also a possibility which you could consider.


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just now i'm studying BA english literature , i want to go for some jobs except teaching could you please help me?
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good evening sir, My name is Yasmin..Actually i just finished my Bachelor of Computer applications but i'm not interested in software field..After knowing this english literature i wanna study this course but my parents they are not allowing me to study for again 5 more years so after completing my B.A. in english will i get good job with good salary?...
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hi dear,
The areas covered in various higher studies include the following.
•Reading skills
•Applied Phonetics
•Creative Writing
•Public relations theory and practice
•Office Administration
•Conversational English
•Advertising

Below given is the list of higher study options one can pursue after successfully completing B.A in English includes the following.

M.A courses after B.A in English
•Master of Arts in Communicative English
•Master of Arts in English and Communicative Studies
•Master of Arts in English Literature and American Studies
•Master of Arts in English Literature
•Master of Arts in English

M.Phil courses after B.A in English
•Master of Philosophy in English Literature

Ph.D courses after B.A in English
•Doctor of Philosophy in English
•Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature

Post Graduate Diploma courses after B.A in English
•Post Graduate Diploma in English
•Post Graduate Diploma in Creative Writing in English
•Post Graduate Diploma in Business English
•Post Graduate Diploma in Communicative English
•Post Graduate Diploma in Spoken English
•Post Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of English

Job Opportunities for B.A in English graduates

B.A in English graduates can choose several options so as to build up a good career. Some of the popular job profiles in which B.A in English graduates can utilize their expertise include the following.
•English teacher
•Author
•Advertising agent
•Translator
•Writer
•Scriptwriter
•Research analyst

Some of the firms in which B.A in English graduates can build up a career include the following.
•KPO Firms
•Publishing units
•Advertising firms
•Educational Institutes
•Research Units

Short Term Courses for B.A in English graduates
•Certificate Course in English and Communication Skills
•Certificate Course in English Communication
•Certificate Course in English Improvement
•Certificate Course in Functional English
•Certificate Course in Indian Literature & in English Translation
•Certificate in English & Communicative Skills
•Certificate in English Speaking and Personality Development
•Certificate in Translation Proficiency
•Certificate Course in Personal Communication Skills in English
•Certified Course in Teaching of English

These are the certification courses which can be pursued by aspirants who have undergone B.A in English degree. These courses will provide a platform for building up a great career as well. This will aid these aspirants in getting good salary also. They should make sure that they do this course from a reputed institute so that they can get placed fast and take a head start in the career.
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There are scores of career prospects offered for people who have completed their graduate level studies in English literature. Those include:

Advertising
Author
English teacher
KPO Firms
Publishing
Research
Scriptwriter
Teaching
Translation
Writing

To pursue advanced studies, aspirants need to get above 55 percent marks in their graduation finals. To join the MA course, they need to appear for an entrance examination. The procedure will be the same for the admission into the PhD or M.Phil programs.

After gaining a post graduate degree one can get more job options with higher salary and position too.

One can also appear in the NET exam for the Lecturership post in the various colleges after getting 55% marks in the post-graduate degree.
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Well, what are you interested in doing as a career? That should really shape what you choose to do or to study now. If you're interested in teaching literature and doing research on it, pursuing a master's or doctorate in English literature is a good choice. If you're interested in going into editing or publishing, it would be better to look for jobs in those fields or pusue a master's in professional communication.
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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After completing B.A. with english literature you can do prepration for so many competative exams.
you can do prepration of TGT and PGT.After doing this you can get job in goverment college.
If you do B.Ed then you can sit in the exam of SLET(State Level Eligiblity Test for teaching) because for SLET exam person should have degree of B.Ed .
Beside all these you can do prepration for Bank clerk and PO.
If you have interest in administration then you can do prepration for Civil Service Exam.IAS ,PCS,IFS comes in civil services category.
So there are so many options for you,just choose accroding to your choice.
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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Dear, you also go for M.A. in english literature and after it you also go in TEACHING line.
you also attempt a job of english lecture in school or colleges.
after it you also continue your studies.

if you not intersted in the english then you also go for the many COMPUTER COURSES.
like java , .net, vb.net ,php.etc.
this decesion is also depends upon you.
good luck.
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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A job after B.A .English Literature.,if not interested in teaching..?
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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I HAVE COMPLETED BA ENGLISH SO I CANE DO MBA HOW MUCH PERCENTAGE IN BA CAN I DO MBA
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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i want to know about p.c.s syllabus
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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Jobs after B.A. English Literature?
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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i have done BA in english literature, can i prepare for PCS exams with literature subject as a main subject?????
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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where goes a scholar there goes a saint in the end .study is not very important for a person.for example kalidas was not educated.
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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After completing B.A. with English literature you can do preparation for so many competitive exams.
you can do preparation of TGT and PGT.After doing this you can get job in government college.
If you do B.Ed then you can sit in the exam of SLET(State Level Eligibility Test for teaching) because for SLET exam person should have degree of B.Ed .
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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15th January 2013, 08:56 PM
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After completing my BA LIT. Can i go for any IT field. .as an IT Professional. For that, which course i shud prefer ?
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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15th January 2013, 08:57 PM
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i am a physically challenged person .after completed my B.A.LIT which course can i choose?
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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i am a physically challenged person. after completed my B.A.LITT which course can i study?
There are several higher study options for meritorious graduates in English language and literature, such as journalism and mass communication; management; tourism administration; law; international relations; linguistics; communication management; film editing and direction; visual communication; and library and information science. You can choose any of the courses that suit your aptitude and interest.

If you have a flair for writing, communication skills and the reading habit, journalism or mass communication is a good choice. Universities offer Master of Journalism (MJ); Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ); MA communication; Master of Communication Studies (MCS); Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC); and Master of Mass Communication (MMC) courses.

Postgraduate diploma courses in journalism are conducted by institutes, universities, press clubs, press academies and so on. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for admission.

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, provides modern facilities to study journalism, including radio and television journalism.

Those who pass the master’s degree or postgraduate diploma in journalism or mass communication can find jobs as sub-editors, reporters or correspondents in the print and electronic media or as assistant information officers and public relations officers in the government’s information services, public relations departments and so on. Jobs can be found with web portals also.

EFLU courses
The English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad, offers M.A. media and communication and M.A. English (media and communication) courses. The course content includes scripting for radio and television; radio and television productions; English for writing in newspapers; business writing; oral communication and presentation skills; educational technology; multimedia; visual communication; media in communication and so on. Meritorious graduates in English language and literature are eligible for admission.

Management education
Management courses, such as the Master of Business Administration and Master of Financial Control programmes and the postgraduate diploma programmes, conducted by leading institutes and universities are good options. The MBA tourism course, offered by a few universities, is another suitable option. There are also MBA airline and airport management programmes and the postgraduate diploma in management (tourism and travel).

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Bharathidasan Institute of Management and Xavier Labour Relations Institutes are some of the leading institutions that can be chosen for higher studies in management. Some of the Indian Institutes of Technology also conduct MBA courses.

MBA in tourism is a rare course in India. Pondicherry University offers a two-year full-time course with subjects such as tourism marketing, travel operations, hospitality management and resort and event management, apart from the regular management topics. Graduates in any discipline with 50 per cent marks in the degree examinations are eligible for admission. Selection will be based on an entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Those who pass the MBA or postgraduate diploma course in tourism can get employed as marketing executives or in managerial positions in the tourism and travel industry.

The Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad - 380 058 ( www.mica-india.net), offers a postgraduate diploma course in communication management, which aims at turning students into high-calibre professionals in communication management for careers in brand marketing, advertising media and marketing research. Admission is based on the score in the Common Admission Test of the IIMs, group discussion and personal interview.

If interested, you can choose the M.A. cinema and television course conducted by St. Joseph College of Communication, Changanassery ( www.sjcc.in), an affiliated college of Mahatma Gandhi University. You can also get trained in medical transcription or technical writing and be a medical transcriptionist or technical writer.

Linguistics
Linguistics is the scientific study of languages. It deals with the structure and development of a language and its relationship to other languages. Linguistics also cover the study of sound, structure, meaning and functions of language. Almost all central and other leading universities in India offer master’s, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in linguistics. Those having a degree in any discipline with at least 45-50 per cent marks may apply for the master’s course.

The Centre of Linguistics of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, is one of the leading centres for linguistics and language studies in India. The centre focuses on core areas such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax, as well as those in interdisciplinary language studies, such as neuro-cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The M.A. programme here covers theoretical and applied linguistics. Selection is based on a national-level entrance test and interview. M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes are also offered here.

The University of Hyderabad offers M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. programme in applied linguistics. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai ( www.mkuniversity.org); Mysore University, Mysore; and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; offer the M.A. course.

Those obtaining higher qualifications in linguistics can become linguists and are eligible to work as audiologists; newsreaders; interpreters; psycholinguists; lexicographers; content and copy writers; editors; tour operators; and so on. Teaching is another career option. A postgraduate in linguistics with technical expertise can get good jobs in software companies. An upcoming field for those well-versed in linguistics is the banking and financial services sector.
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