Saturday, December 10, 2011

Career in political science

After completing the senior secondary schooling, a student is always very worried about his career and looks for the career options, which suits him the best. There are many opportunities, which a student can choose and opt as his career. The interest of the student and the availability of seat in the college also make a difference to what a student ends up in choosing his career as. The colleges in India provide a number of courses, to students for pursuing their career in, but there is limited number of seats in every college, which again confines the admission of students into their desired college. There are three basic fields, which sub divides into many and further provide a vast number of career opportunities to students. Among all the fields of science, commerce and arts, Arts is the field, which is supposed to be the easiest in terms of education. The field of arts, are generally based on the study of the human behaviour in different situations, and has subjects like social science, political science, economics, etc. Other than the subjects relating to communications, management, social sciences, students these days have been seen taking interest in the political structure of the society. Political science is the study of the political behaviour, system and the political structure of the country or an organisation. The need of youngsters and their innovative ideas in shaping and refining the political situation of the country has motivated more of the students to opt political sciences as their subjects for college education. There are undergraduate as well as post graduate courses available in the subject of political science. There are many colleges in India, which provide corresponding courses in political science. It's not only the government or the political parties, where a student can work after doing a course in political sciences. The students with degrees in political science are called political scientists and have a huge scope in both the government and the private sectors of the country.The colleges in India, focuses on all the modern aspects of the study with respect to political science. Starting from the old structure or the phenomenon, the students are taught the ongoing developments, plus what changes are required to keep the country growing, with a better prospect and redefining its political structure. The students are given classes on human rights, intellectual property rights, social laws, etc, which are highly important for the succession of the country in the right direction. Few of the colleges in India, which provide political science course, are: Delhi College of Arts and Commerce St, Xavier's College, Kolkata Bhavan's College, Andheri West, Mumbai  College of Fine Arts, Thiruvanandapuram  Presidency College, Kolkata Lady Sri Ram College for Women, New Delhi Garden City College, Bangalore:  Hans Raj College, New Delhi Madras Christian College, Chennai Ramjas College, New Delhi Fergusson College, PuneThe aspirants for the career in political sciences, should have great general knowledge, plus should be able to interpret and perceive things well. Thinking in a positive manner and for the benefits of the citizens is the top most priority of the people involved in the political lead of the country. Other than the political field of the country, students can also have a flourishing career with the organisations like banks, consultancies, law firms, social research work organisations, embassies, colleges and institutes, etc. The career scope of the students with political science as their subject is quite bright, and the students must possess the values of truthfulness and loyalty. Also, the students, should be able to bond well with people and should have an optimistic approach towards the works assigned to them and should always think about the betterment of the society.