- You must have a graduation degree in Philosophy. Some colleges offer B.Sc. or Bachelor of Sciences in Philosophy instead of B.A. degree. Such candidates are also eligible for studying M.A. in Philosophy and Religion.
- Most universities set a cutoff criteria of minimum 55% in the aggregate score of graduation in philosophy.
Overview of the course
This course deals with the philosophical and religious issues of our life. Every state of India has their own thought process, their own philosophy of life and religious beliefs. Some, such beliefs and thought processes have metamorphosed with time. You get to learn about such traditional views and modified beliefs of today in our country. You can learn about secularism in India and spiritualism in various parts of India. Some universities also stress upon chapters related to medications followed in traditional India. This course has a great potential of higher studies, that is, PhD or M.Phil.