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B.Sc(H)-ANTHROPOLOGY| DURATION: 3Years

B.Sc(H)-Anthropology

B.Sc(H)-Anthropology

Eligibility:

10+2 in science stream or equivalent from a recognized Board/ Council with minimum 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade and minimum 50% in subject opted (5% relaxation to SC/ST/OBC - Non Creamy Layer)

Selection:

Based on overall performance in last examination followed by Personal Interview

Fees:

FEE STRUCTURE 2019-20
Registration & Admission Fees(To Be Paid Once Only)
a Prospectus & Form 1000.00
b Registration 25000.00
c Admission Fee 5000.00
d Caution Money (Common for all streams) - Refundable 5000.00
Tuition Fees
Semester Payment 36500.00
Yearly Payment 70000.00
One Time Payment 190000.00

Programme Overview:

B.Sc.(H) Anthropology is a program essentially involving a comparative study of human similarities and differences. It broadly covers the biological and cultural history of the human species over the last four million years, the cultural patterns of people from around the world, and the techniques and ideas people have used both to exploit and protect natural resources and the environment. Subjects studied in this course are Socio-cultural Anthropology, Biological Anthropology and Archaeological Anthropology. Anthropology is the science of the origin of the mankind. It covers the history of the development of human beings and the social, cultural and physical growth and behavior of mankind. Although anthropology was a Natural Science originally, but over the years it has evolved into a much technical and complex field which not only studies the human society but how the human evolution came into being; and today it is treated as a great supporter of multiculturalism and pluralism. The course aims to investigate humankind and human society, from the physical evolution of the human body and brain, through to the political, cultural and linguistic practices of modern societies.

Career Opportunities:

Anthropological Survey of India is the major recruiter for anthropologists in the country both at the center and at the state levels as well. Aside from WHO, UNESCO and UNICEF, sectors such as art galleries, curators, publishing houses, NGOs, archives, museums, libraries, Archeology Department, Universities, Government Agencies, Private Business Agencies, Human and Health Services Organizations and Computers/ Software Development/ Information Technology industries etc. are also prospective areas of employment for successful graduates of the course. Some of the popular professional avenues open to such graduates are Anthropologist, Historic buildings inspector/conservation officer, Archaeologist, Archaeological Field Technician, Field Investigator, Forensic Anthropologist, Economic Anthropologist and Cultural anthropologists etc.