After passing the higher secondary level examination, a student can pursue Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) taking a special subject as the major choice. Some important major subjects which are offered by various colleges are history, languages, literature, law, philosophy, religion, performing arts, anthropology, communication, sociology, psychology and many more.
After graduating, a student can do masters degree (MA) in selected subjects. For further high qualification, one can opt for Ph.D degree in their respective subject.
Here are some of the attractive career options for Arts stream pursuer. These are as Psychologist, Counselor, Economist, Market analyst, Sociologist, Social Worker, Historian, Anthropologist, Human Resources, Personal Executive, Writer/journalist/Editor, lawyer, Media Personnel, School Teacher/College Professor/university Professor etc.
Check the below slides to know the top 10 arts colleges.
St.Stephens College, Delhi
St.Stephen's College is a religious foundation drawing inspiration from the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. It aims at helping its members realise spiritual and moral as well as intellectual and aesthetic values.
Founded on February 01, 1881, St.Stephen's is the oldest college in Delhi. With the establishment of Delhi University in 1922, it became one of its three original constituent colleges.
Lady Shriram College for Women (LSR), Delhi
Lady Shri Ram College for Women, has long been recognized as a premier institution of higher learning for women in India.
A centre for academic excellence and achievement, it is today one of the finest institutions for Social Sciences, Humanities and Commerce, while also offering a B.Sc. Programme in Statistics.
Professional courses like Elementary Education and Journalism are among its strengths.
Loyola College, Chennai
The College aims at training young men and women of quality to be leaders in all walks of life, whom we hope will play a vital role in bringing about the desired changes for the betterment of the people of our country, more particularly of the dalits and other poorer and marginalized sections of society.
The College trains young men and women to serve their fellowmen in justice, truth and love. It fosters an atmosphere of intellectual vigor and moral rectitude in which the youth of our country may find their fulfillment and achieve greatness as eminent men and women of service.
St.Xavier's College, Mumbai
St. Xavier's College in Mumbai, India is a college, named after Francis Xavier, the 16th-century Spanish Jesuit saint. It has been awarded the highest rating A+ (5-Star) in the re-accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2007. It is built in the Indo-Gothic style of architecture, and recognized as a heritage structure.
Miranda House, Delhi
The founding of Miranda House was an important event in the history of women's higher education in the country. It is one of the premier women's institutions of University of Delhi. It was the dream-child of Sir Maurice Gwyer, the then Vice-Chancellor, University of Delhi, and the founder of Miranda House.
Madras Christian College (MCC), Chennai
The College is known as much for its academic standing and leadership building as it is for social commitment. Besides, the unseen touch of the Almighty has always been felt and spoken of by generations of students and teachers.
Today the College has more than 5000 students (both ladies and gentlemen as they are traditionally called) and over 220 faculty members serving in 31 departments.
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Delhi
Early in the year 1920, on Basant Panchami day, seven leading businessmen in Delhi established the Commercial Education Trust.
The first school that was set up by the Trust in the same year was the Commercial School, and then located in Charkhewalan in the crowded walled city of Delhi.
This was the predecessor of the Commercial College and in a way the beginning of commerce education in Delhi.
Fergusson College, Pune
The famous Deccan Education Society which is the parent body of several educational institutions spread over the landscape of Maharashtra founded the Fergusson College, a premier institution of liberal learning in India, in the year 1885.
It has been named after Sir James Fergusson, then Governor of Bombay, who took keen interest in the development of the New English School as well as the Fergusson College and was the first patron of the Deccan Education Society.
Hindu College, Delhi
Hindu's leadership in teaching, research, and public service makes it an institute of excellence in higher education. It's students, faculty, and staff come together in a true community of scholars to advance knowledge, address societal challenges and pursue intellectual and personal fulfillment.
Christ University, Bangalore
Christ University, a premier educational institution, is an academic fraternity of individuals dedicated to the motto of excellence and service.
It strives to reach out to the star of perfection through an earnest academic pursuit for excellence and our efforts blossom into 'service' through our creative and empathetic involvement in the society to transform it.