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What do I do after my BSc economics?

After your B. Sc (Economics) you can go for M. Sc (Economics). It will be of 2 years.


Eligibility criteria for taking admission in M. Sc Economics in most of the top
universities are passing with 50% aggregate marks in any bachelors’ degree. (It may
vary with the university you choose.)

Career prospects of M. Sc Economics are:

You’ll be acquiring knowledge at a higher level than what you studied during your
bachelor’s degree, and the course should help you develop the necessary skills for
your field of work.

With a postgraduate qualification on your CV, securing a good graduate job is more
likely, and the possibility of attracting a higher salary is increased. This will leave you
feeling confident that the time and money invested in your postgraduate education
was worth it.

Career prospects of M. Sc Economics are:

Numerous fields are waiting for economic graduates both in the public as well as the
private sectors. In the government sector, one may try for Indian Economic Services,
jobs in Reserve Bank of India, PSUs and other public sector banks. All these jobs
have wonderful career options. These jobs give you social prestige along with
financial stability. Private sector also offers jobs for economic graduates in the fields
like private banks, MNCs, BPOs, KPOs, Business journals, and newspapers. A good
opportunity is also waiting for economic students in higher education. One can
pursue Ph.D. in economics to enter into the field of teaching in colleges and
universities.

It is highly recommended that you do your M. Sc in a reputed institution for good


campus placements and job opportunities.

I would like to recommend you some best universities for M. Sc course like:

 Lovely Professional University,


 Loyola College - Chennai,
 Department of Science (Christ University) - Bangalore,
 Miranda House - Delhi,
 Madras Christian College(MCC) - Chennai,
 Hindu College - Delhi, etc.