BSc Anthropology is a three-year Bachelor’s program covering topics that are related to the differences and similarities in the behavior of human beings. The word anthropology is derived from ‘anthropo’ meaning ‘related to being human’ and ‘-ology’ which means study.
Anthropology covers the various features related to human beings, such as culture and organizational and biological aspects. BSc Anthropology is divided into 3 main subjects – Biological Anthropology, Archaeological Anthropology and Socio-cultural Anthropology.
Students who want to gain more knowledge in the field of the biological, sociological, and cultural history of the human species can opt to learn anthropology BSc as their course.
Candidates must have passed their 10+2 school/PU college education (also known as Intermediate education) from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and/or Mathematics as the main subjects. Several colleges, universities, and institutes give admission to students based on merit marks while some others go for the Entrance Exam. The average fee for an anthropology BSc is anywhere between fifty thousand and three lakh rupees.
Anthropology BSc graduates can pursue jobs both in India as well as abroad in MNCs. They are often hired in organizations like archaeological sites, teaching, research work, health insurance companies, consulting firms, general insurance companies, as well as global organizations like WHO, UNESCO, and UNICEF. Several government departments in India like the archaeological department recruit candidates who have pursued B.Sc. in Anthropology.
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