M.Sc-ANTHROPOLOGY| DURATION: 3Years

M.Sc-Anthropology

M.Sc-Anthropology

Eligibility:

Bachelor’s Degree in Science from any recognized University/Institution with minimum 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade (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 33000.00
Yearly Payment 63000.00
One Time Payment 115000.00

Programme Overview:

The study of Anthropology covers everything that makes up the existence of humans. The study involves diving deep into the past through archaeology, analysing how human groups lived thousands of years ago, what makes up our biological bodies and genetics and also our bones and health in general. It studies Human beings through the disciplines of biology, society and culture and hence the course syllabus is based on topics like Biology, Geology, etc. Anthropologists are tasked with comparing humans with animals and observe commonalities besides making note of startling dissimilarities. They shoulder the onus of looking at how different groups of people get food, prepare and share. Courses in Anthropology encourage budding Anthropologists to try and understand how people interact in social relationships, dress and communicate in different societies and use their accumulated knowledge of biology, culture, types of communication and past ways of human living to achieve set goals. Special emphasis is given to the study of Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology and Linguistic Anthropology.

Career Opportunities:

Some of the job profiles available after completing this course are:

    Urban Planner

    Tour Guide

    Social Worker - Media Houses

    Research Scientist

    Culture Resource Manager

    Archivist

    Archaeologist