BALLB/BBALLB is one of the most prominent professional courses in the country. Having completed the course of BALLB, a student gets detailed knowledge in various subjects of law, which can be further pursued by pursuing a master’s degree in law. Delhi Metropolitan Education, the Bar Council approved premiere institute of Law is not only the best college of law in Noida, but is one of the preeminent law colleges of the country, which can help students study and prepare for a future in law.
LLM gives you an opportunity to enhance your knowledge and follow a subject for specialization. For LLM, a student can either pursue Indian law universities or foreign law colleges.
Those who want to pursue it from India should start preparing for the entrance tests rigorously to study in prestigious Law universities of the country.
Students wanting to pursue it from abroad must start searching for suitable foreign universities in preferred or available countries, their admission criteria, the courses offered and scholarship programs.
Getting a specialization in the area of interest is enriching and it opens up various fields in preferred interest areas for the professional career.
For a law graduate there is no dearth of job opportunities in the market. A law graduate may pursue litigation as one of the options wherein he or she can choose the area of practice according to interest and preference. Further they can approach and apply in various law firms, which is a very lucrative field to start one’s career in. Corporate jobs are also part of a very exciting arena for the law graduates. They not only pay well, but also provide insightful and enriching experience, thus are a very good start for the students.
Competitive exams and Government Jobs
Those who want to pursue government jobs and want to work with various departments of the state and Central government can prepare and sit for various exams conducted by various Institutions across the country.
From judicial services exams of various states to the public prosecutor exams, opportunities to work with government sectors are numerous. Additionally, the students also have the option to go for the bank legal officer qualifying exams and the legal consultant qualifying exams of various ministries at the centre and state levels. Moreover there are exams like UPSC and state civil services where you can choose law as an optional subject. Lastly there are PSUs also which recruit law graduates for the vacancies in their legal department
Bachelors in Business Administration (BBA), is amongst the most sought after courses opted after school. Students from varied streams including Commerce, Arts and Science can get admission in BBA course. BBA acquaints the students with knowledge of how businesses function and educate about important domains including Finance, Human Resources (HR) and Marketing. After pursuing the BBA course, a student can opt for pursuing degree in courses including General Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Specialised MBA (MBA in HR, Finance, Marketing, International Business, Business Analytics), Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM), Master in Management Studies (MMS) and other Global Certifications such as Post Graduate Diploma in Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and Financial Risk Management (FRM).
In addition to Entrepreneurship, after BBA, graduates can opt for career opportunities in Banks, Multinational Companies, education industry, Brand and Marketing, Business Consultancies, Financial Institutions, as well as the Tourism Industry. They can progress on the path of becoming Account Managers, Marketing Managers, Digital Marketers, HR Managers and Management Consultants.
Competitive Exams and Government Jobs
There are also options for students to appear in competitive exams such as Civil Services, Provisional Officers (PO) and Staff Selection Commission (SSC). Students should be alert about several government Public Sector Units, which regularly advertise posts in finance, accounting and HR areas.
These institutions include ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization), BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited), ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation), NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation Limited), MTNL (Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited), SAIL (Steel Authority of India Limited) and GAIL (Gas Authority of India Limited)
BA (JMC) is a specialized undergraduate course in Journalism and Mass Communication that provides opportunities to work as media personnel in print, Television, radio or digital media in addition to the many opportunities present in Cinema, Advertisement, Public Relation, Communications and broadcasting.
The duration of the course is three years and the course syllabus is divided into six semesters. BA Journalism and Mass Communication degree provides knowledge and training to students in all aspects of Mass Media, communication and journalism. BA JMC course deals with mass media such as television, radio, newspapers but also new age mass media such as the internet, e-newspapers, journals, websites, social media etc.
After gaining basic knowledge students can further go for specialization in various fields including Journalism, Advertising and PR, Corporate Communication, Production, Radio and Digital Media. Programs are available at both diploma and degree levels. Students can also pursue specialized masters from foreign universities. A course in BA (JMC) can open up a dynamic and exciting field for students
Education in Journalism and Mass Communication opens various lucrative career opportunities for students. There are media houses, news channels, magazines, marketing agencies and companies and newspapers that hire mass communication graduates. Students often choose to work and get experience before applying for masters,
Digital media is brimming with opportunities with roles like copywriting, content writing, blogging, social media and digital media marketing etc.
Competitive Exams and Government Jobs
Students can choose to work for various government agencies like Doordarshan and All India Radio. Students must also remain alert for notifications of openings in the many departments of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
The PR and advertisement or promotion departments of all government agencies and organisations also provide ample opportunities for media practitioners to work directly with the government.