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Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology


Desirous of taking up anthropology as your field of study? Want to make a career researching on various aspects of human societies? Learn here the details of the course B.A. Anthropology that seeks to improve upon our understanding of human societies from past and present. Learn about the prospects too.

Course Name: B.A Anthropology
Group:
Stream: Science
Course Category: Humanities
Duration: 3 Years

Overview


We have always been intrigued by our past history and how we humans have evolved since the time the first humans walked on Earth. How we have evolved into different races, languages, cultures, are all a mystery to us. The field of anthropology just tries to answer them all. Anthropology also means science of man or study of man, and it has been instrumental in educating us on how societies have developed over the years. In short it can be likened to a history of mankind. There are four sub-fields in anthropology. They are sociocultural, biological, linguistic and archaeology. Through the knowledge obtained by studying mankind all through the years, we will be better able to provide solutions to human problems. Thus we can see that the field of anthropology has its own importance.

Eligibility and course duration


Pass in 10+2 from any stream, preferably humanities. Duration of this undergraduate course is 3 years.



Colleges offering B.A Anthropology course in India

College NameUniversityState
Ambedkar University Delhi Dwarka CampusBharat Ratna Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University, Delhi Delhi
Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar CollegeUtkal UniversityOdisha
Cotton CollegeGauhati UniversityAssam
D. H. S. Kanoi CollegeDibrugarh UniversityAssam
Deen Dayal Upadhaya Girls Govt. P.g. CollegeUniversity of LucknowUttar Pradesh
Dharanidhar CollegeNorth Orissa UniversityOdisha
Dimoria CollegeGauhati UniversityAssam
G C CollegeAssam UniversityAssam
Government Autonomous CollegeBerhampur UniversityOdisha
Government women's (Degree) CollegeSambalpur UniversityOdisha
Govt. CollegeSambalpur UniversityOdisha
Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University Alias Garhwal UniversityDr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University
Jawaharlal Nehru CollegeRajiv Gandhi UniversityArunachal Pradesh
Khallikota (Autonomous) CollegeBerhampur UniversityOdisha
Laxminarayan CollegeSambalpur UniversityOdisha
Madhab Choudhury CollegeGauhati UniversityAssam
Mvr Degree CollegeAndhra UniversityAndhra Pradesh
Nandalal Borgohain City College (City College), DibrugarhDibrugarh UniversityAssam
NDMVP Samaj''s K.T.H.M. CollegeSavitribai Phule Pune UniversityMaharashtra
New Arts, Commerce And Science CollegeSavitribai Phule Pune UniversityMaharashtra
North Gauhati CollegeGauhati UniversityAssam
North Lakhimpur CollegeAssam UniversityAssam
Rairangpur CollegeNorth Orissa UniversityOdisha
Ran Vijay Smarak MahavidyalayaVinoba Bhave UniversityJharkhand
Sailabala Womens CollegeUtkal UniversityOdisha
School of Distance EducationKannur UniversityKerala
Shia P.G CollegeUniversity of LucknowUttar Pradesh

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More about the course


This course helps in deepening our understanding of human societies. The four sub-fields of anthropology helps us in taking a wide perspective in understanding the different aspects of human existence over the years. Through sociocultural anthropology we come to know of the societies, their norms and their values. Biological or physical anthropology helps us in understanding the biological developments, evolution or how we adapt to our surroundings and the environment. Through linguistic anthropology we come to know of the communication processes and how languages help in linking societies. The importance of language and communication in developing human societies is thus learnt. Even archaeology, which is considered as a part of anthropology helps us in understanding human past through physical finds and evidences. Through anthropology we not only come to understand what we share with other societies, but about the differences too.

Prospects in the field


Anthropologists get employed in a number of sectors. They are into education, research, business, conservation, community development, healthcare, government service, etc. A number of organizations, NGOs, research institutes, government agencies, and universities are working in this field. One can get employed in one of these organizations. World Health Organization, United Nations and other international organizations too employ professionals from such fields. Many anthropologists are involved in research works in the field. They are also into developing educational programs and providing health services to communities. It also provides you with the scope for higher education.

B.A Anthropology Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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