Those who want to pursue a career in the field of anthropology have multiple career options. Anthropological Survey of India is the major recruiter for anthropologists in the country both at the centre and at the state levels as well. Several government research institutes employ anthropologists.Even international agencies like UNICEF, UNESCO and WHO also recruit anthropologists too carry out research activities. Other sectors where anthropologists can be employed are art galleries, curators, publishing houses, NGOs, archives, museums and libraries.B.Sc. (Anthropology)- Stands for Bachelor of Science (Anthropology). This is typically a three year course. Eligibility for this course is an Intermediate (10+2)in science (with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and/or Mathematics). Subjects studied under this degree are - Socio-cultural anthropology, Biological anthropology and Archaeological anthropology.
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