BA Full Form, Eligibility, Benefits, Subjects & Much More

By Vijay Gupta

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Are you looking for BA full form or other related information about B.A ? If yes, you’ve driven at the right place.

Here, I’ll discuss all the important details related to B.A such as BA full form, benefits, time duration and also what kinds of students can apply for this course ?

So, if you’ve thought of doing B.A and want to know every related information, keep reading.

Without wasting your valuable time let’s dive into the article about BA full form, benefits, time duration, eligibility etc.

BA Full Form, Benefits, Eligibility, Subjects & Much More –

1. What is BA Full Form –

I’ve seen a lot of graduated people who really don’t know BA full form and when someone asks about it, they’re confused and behaves in such a way that they just forgot it.

Hence, if you also don’t know BA full form, there is no problem it’s Bachelor of Art.

Here are some other articles ( Full form of IAS & SDM full form ). If you are interested, check it out.

2. Benefits of B.A –

Firstly, let me tell you that 10 years ago there wasn’t too much importance of doing Bachelor Of Arts, due to which people used to give little importance to B.A but as time passed, the faith of people also increased in doing B.A.

Today, the importance of Bachelor Of Arts is as much as that of B.Sc. After doing B.A, you can do a job in a private sector and even if you want to prepare for IAS or PCS, then it is going to be very useful for you.

It means, at the time of preparing for IAS or PCS, it can reach you at culmination.

So, if you hold B.A degree, you’ll get all these benefits in the future.

3. B.A eligibility –

As we all know it’s a graduation course for the students who want to be graduate. The course is started after 10+2 ( Intermediate ).

By the way, most of the students who complete their Intermediate with Arts choose this course.

But, also those candidates who completed their intermediate in Science or Commerce stream are able to do this course.

It means, this course can be easily done by anyone, whether it’s a student of Science, Art or Commerce.

But, make sure you’ve passed out 10+2 in any recognized board not for failed students.

It totally takes three years to be completed if you aren’t failed fortunately. Well, no one fails in B.A because of all theoretical subjects.

4. How to get addmission in government degree college or university –

Well, there’s one more thing that I want to discuss that is to get admitted in any private college you can take admission direct, but if you’ve dreamed to be graduate by any government degree college or university, you’ll have to take an entrance exam.

After that if your name is in the merit list by the University, you’ll be ensured for a seat in that particular college.

5. What are BA subjects ? –

To be graduate in BA, you’ve to choose only three subjects, but in this course there is a long list of subjects out of which candidates can choose their favorite subjects.

I’m providing you a list of subjects from which you can select that subjects which you like the most.

Here we go,

6.French 18.Sanskrit
8.Hindi20.Public administration
9.Political Science21.Art
10.Library Science22.Music
11.German23.Home Science
12.History24.Military Science

All these subjects are related to BA course. Pic up three of these which perfectly match to your intelligence.

That’s it.

Moreover, if you’ve completed higher secondary education ( 10+2 ) in science stream, I’ll suggest you to be graduate in B.Sc.

It’s so because that it suits for science students, but if you want to prepare for civil services in future, definitely I will suggest you to do B.A because it helps you a lot when you prepare for IAS or PCS.

6. What is the use of B.A degree ? –

Now, the question is raised that if I did higher secondary education ( 10+2 ) in science stream, why should I graduate in B.A ?

Well, there is no need to explain more about it, because I already told you that B.A degree really helps you in preparing IAS or PCS exams and also you can go with other various options.

7. Is B.A a good degree ?

Yes, of course B.A is a powerful degree if you plan to follow Master’s or PHD degree. Moreover, you’ll incorporate vast knowledge about your favorite subjects that will help you in the future.

8. How can I get government job after B.A ?

When someone passes B.A, the first question comes into the people’s mind ” how can I get government Job after B.A ” ?

When you complete the graduation in B.A, there are a bundle of jobs to be done such as Assistant Audit Officer through SSC CGL, Indian Statistical Services ( ISS ), Indian Economics Services ( IES ) as well as you can apply in railway department.

9. Which BA subjects are best ? –

As I discussed above that there are a lot of subjects to choose in BA, but when students go to choose three main subjects, they hesitate to choose because of a lot of confusion. The confusion is which subjects are the best to study.

Hence, I am discussing here the most important subjects which should be chosen by the students so that they could help you in the future when you go to prepare for IAS or IPS and these subjects are Anthropology, Sociology and Political Science.

10. How can I get job in bank after B.A ?

It’s very easy. If you’re thinking that you have completed graduation in B.A, how can do jobs in Banks.

Yes, of course you can do a job in bank after B.A, because IBPS PO & SBI PO ( in Mains ) include General Awareness & Economy as a subject.

Eventually, I hope that you must have liked the article, because I have covered all important questions associated with B.A.

Now, there will be no problem to sort out queries such as B.A full form, Subjects, Is it good career or bad ?, how to get a job after B.A ? and many more.

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Thank you.

Vijay Gupta

Hello everyone, My name is Vijay Gupta and I belong to a very small town that is situated in district Hardoi, which is in Uttar Pradesh. 1. Education – I’ve completed my primary education from a private school that is situated in my hometown and upper primary, matric and higher secondary education have been completed from a government college. Well, I was an average student till class 5th, but I accelerated my preference towards studies from class six. Consequently, I passed out many classes with good positions. Even I passed out 12th with good marks ( 405/500 ) and topped my college. Due to getting good marks, I got a cheque of 500 rupees and was rewarded by the Principal of my college. After completing my 12th, I prepared twice for IIT ( Indian Institute of Technology ) from Aakash institute, but unfortunately, I failed to get selected into the best IIT colleges. But during the preparation, I was being graduated from CSJMU Kanpur. I completed my graduation in 2016 and now I’m pursuing an educational degree ( B.Ed. ). 2. Profession – Although I love teaching, but I also do blogging. Both are my favorite jobs.

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