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B.Sc Anthropology (Honours) Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Bachelor of Science in Anthropology (Hons)


Do you want to study the evolution of man and the socio cultural development of humans? Do you want to deal with various aspects of human development from scientific view point? Then, you should pursue an undergraduate course in Anthropology. Learn about the eligibility criteria, course duration and career prospects arising out of the course.

Course Name: B.Sc Anthropology (Honours)
Group: B.Sc
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
Duration: 3 years

Eligibility Criteria

  • The basic eligibility criteria for pursuing B.Sc Anthropology (Honours) course is a pass degree in Higher Secondary Examination or 10+2 or equivalent examination in Science stream from a recognized board or university of the country.
  • A minimum of 50% marks are demanded by some of the institutes in 10+2 as a qualifying criteria to secure admission to this degree course.
  • Some institutes and universities conduct entrance examination to get admission to their B.Sc Anthropology (Hons.) course. Selection to this degree course is based on the marks secured in the final merit list in these colleges. Final merit list is arrived at by aggregating total marks in the final exam of 10+2 and the entrance examination taken together
. The duration of B.Sc Anthropology (Hons.) course is about 3 years which is divided into six semesters.



Colleges offering B.Sc Anthropology (Honours) course in India

College NameUniversityState
Aditi MahavidyalayaUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Hans Raj CollegeUniversity of DelhiDelhi

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Who is suitable for B.Sc Anthropology (Hons.) course

  • Candidates who want and are willing to know about the human evolution and its origin through the passage of time and layers of period are good suit for this course.
  • Second, those who are thinking to go for further higher degree such as Master’s degree and then for research work in this field can go for this course.
  • They should have good analytical and critical skills, good verbal and written communication skills, should be eager to learn, study and gather knowledge, assess and interpret data, good presentation skills.
  • They should also have discussion and group work skills, time management skills, high level of cultural awareness, statistical and computing techniques, clear, logical and independent thinking.

Advantages and benefits of B.Sc Anthropology (Hons. course

  • B.Sc Anthropology (Hons.) degree serves as a basis of further higher studies in this field such as M.Sc., M.Phil. and Ph.D. degree in Anthropology.
  • The successful completion of this course makes one eligible for the post of professor or lecturer in both private and Government College or university.
  • Anthropology is the study of mankind as a whole. This course gives the student knowledge about the socio cultural, pre historic and biological aspect of human evolution and development.
  • Social problems like labour unrest, birth control, mortality rate, juvenile delinquency can be dealt with and analyzed correctly with the help of information gathered from anthropological studies.
  • A number of anthropologists are recruited by UNESCO, WHO and UNICEF to conduct research activities.


B.Sc Anthropology (Honours) Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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