Bachelor of Arts Hons. Bengali Top Colleges, Syllabus, Scope and Salary

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Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons} (Bengali) is an undergraduate full-time course. The duration of this course is 3 years divided into 6 semesters. This course concerns the field of arts and covers the Bengali language. This course covers studies of the Bengali Grammar, Literature, and Poetry.

Some of the Top colleges/universities are:

For BA Hons Bengali course eligibility, students have to pass their H.S.C examination (10+2) in the stream of Science, Arts, or Commerce with the Bengali language from a recognized university. 50% marks are required but the marks can vary from state to state and from college to college.

Admission for this course is based on the marks obtained in the 10+2 examination or entrance exam marks. Few colleges can directly admit to this course. Most of the colleges conduct entrance exams for admissions. Entrance exams can vary from state to state and from college to college. Some colleges select students based on merit-list created by the college.

The average fees for this course range between INR 1,000 to 2 Lakhs based on the performance in entrance exams and the marks obtained in 10+2 examinations.

Career options are available for graduates in this field, once the candidates can become teacher, a translator, or a freelancer as well. These graduates can impart a program in the foreign language and the educational institutions mostly look for experts in this field. The average salary for these professionals ranges between INR 2 to 6 Lakhs per annum based on the expertise and experience in this field.

 BA (Hons) Bengali: Course Highlights

Written below are some of the major highlights of the course.

Course Level Undergraduate
Duration 3 years
Examination Type Semester type
Eligibility 10+2
Admission Process JNU entrance exam, West Bengal Entrance exam, Banaras Hindu University entrance exam
Top recruiting organizations GENPACT, Apollo Hospitals, Intelnet, HGS, Cactus, Concentrix, Sitel, Oracle, Eccentric Solutions, Tech Mahindra
Top recruiting areas Educational Institutes, Language departments, Tourism Industry, Translation Offices
Top job profiles Account Manager, Bengali Interpreter, Content editor, Letter Translator, Bengali Voice over Script
Course Fee INR 1,000 to 2 lakhs
Average Starting Salary INR 2 to 6 lakhs

BA (Hons) Bengali: What is it about?

BA (Hons) Bengali course provides an introduction to the Bengali language with emphasis on practical written and spoken Bengali. This course covers tenses, script and sounds, verb morphology, and adverbs, postpositions, noun phrase structure and case, adjectives, conjunctions and basic sentence structure. This course provides candidates with a basis to approach research topics relating to Bengali literature and culture.

This course allows candidates to interact with Bengali speakers in Bengali and to acquire familiarity with the Bengali script. Some communicative practice is established through learning language around dialogues and role plays dealing with a range of everyday situations. This course also provides candidates with a basic knowledge of Bengali and practice of using Bengali in a variety of everyday situations.

BA (Hons) Bengali: Top Institutes

Given below are the college names, location and the average structure of the fees which will be taken by the college for this course.

COLLEGE NAME CITY AVERAGE ANNUAL FEE IN INR
Acharya Brojendra Nath Seal College Behar INR 1,80,000
Acharya Girish Chandra Bose College Kolkata INR 2,970
Ananda Chandra College Jalpaiguri INR 6,072
Ananda Mohan College  Kolkata INR 3,520
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University Bihar INR 12,881
Bajkul Milani Mahavidyalaya Midnapore INR 11,413
Bangabasi college Kolkata INR 75,567
Barabazar Bikrum Tudu Memorial College Purulia INR 19,333
Barasat Government College Kolkata INR 1,227
Bethune College Kolkata INR 1,910
Chandidas Mahavidyalaya Birbhum INR 1,295
Chatra Ramai Pandit Mahavidyalaya Bankura INR 2,320
Derozio Memorial College Kolkata INR 2,460
Nehru College Cachar INR 5,520
JD Women’s College Patna INR 70,000
Purnea College Purina INR 7,000
TNB College Bhagalpur INR 1,063
Miranda House College Delhi INR 12,160
University of Delhi Delhi INR 10,395
Ranchi University Ranchi INR 22,313
Maharaja Mahindra Chandra College Kolkata INR 2,121

Eligibility for BA (Hons) Bengali

Candidates who have completed 10+2 or Intermediate examination from a recognized board in the stream of Arts, Science, or Commerce with the Bengali language are eligible. Students who have secured a minimum of 50% marks in the examination are eligible. Reduction of 5% marks is for SC/ST/OBC students. Percentage marks can vary from college to college. Candidates who have attended the final examination in 10+2 are also eligible to apply for this course.

BA (Hons) Bengali: Admission Process

Admission to this course is based on both merit-based and entrance based. Some colleges/universities conduct both entrance based and direct admission to this course. Applications for admissions are available in the official website of the college and admission office of the certain college. Students have to fill the applications and submit at the time of admissions. Some of the colleges conduct entrance exams are:

  • JNU entrance exam
  • West Bengal Entrance exam
  • Banaras Hindu University entrance exam

Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons} (Bengali): Syllabus and Course Description

A semester-wise syllabus for BA Hons Bengali is given below. The syllabus may vary from one college to other.

SEMESTER I SEMESTER II
Paper I Socio-cultural background of Bengali Paper V – 19th Century Policy
Paper II Ancient and Medieval Literature Paper VI – 19th Century play
Paper III History of Literature (Ancient and Medieval) Paper VII – 19th Century Fiction and Rhetoric
Paper IV Concurrent – Qualifying Language Paper VIII – Concurrent – Credit Language
SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV
Paper IX – Tagore (i) (Novel, Criticism, Autobiography) Paper XIII – Tagore (ii) (Novel, Criticism, Autobiography)
Paper X – Indian Literature in Translation Paper XIV- 20th Century Literature (Short stories)
Paper XI – 20th Century Literature (Novels) Paper XV- Concurrent – Discipline Centred I
Paper XII – Concurrent- Disciplinary -
SEMESTER V SEMESTER VI
Paper XVI – History of Literature (19th and 20th century) Paper XIX – Prose (Non-Fictional)
Paper XVII – Bengali Linguistics and Prosody Paper XX – Literary Theory and Criticism
Paper XVIII – Post Tagore Poetry Paper XXI – Concurrent – Discipline Centred II

BA (Hons) Bengali: Who should opt?

  • Candidates who have interest in the Bengali language and its related fields are suitable for this course.
  • Candidates who would like to work in teaching field particularly in Bengali language are also suitable for this course.

BA (Hons) Bengali: Career Prospects

After completing this course candidate have various types of jobs available for interpreters, such as general interpreter consecutive interpreter, and liaison interpreter. Bengali Voice-over Script, Lead Features Editor, Interpreter, Content Editor - Journalism, Bilingual Call Centre Customer Service Representative, Instructor - Foreign Language, Letter translator.

Translators also work in fields such as scientific-technical, literary, or business. Freelancing is the new trend in the field of language. They join translation bureaus, research firms, publishing houses, hotel industry, international organizations, publishing houses, travel and tourism sector etc.

Students who are interested in Bengali Language and its related areas are most suitable for this course. Candidates who intend to go for teaching jobs at private and Government Schools. This program also enables the students to go for various jobs in National and International NGOs, central & State governments, Electronic and Print Media, Foreign Embassies and consulates, and administration related jobs. These graduates may also take up translation jobs in courts and other administrative places. Candidates can go for higher degree programs in respective subjects, philosophy in Bengali literature.

Given below are the major job positions, their descriptions, and the Average annual salary for each position:

Bachelor of Arts Hons. Bengali annual salary
JOB POSITION JOB DESCRIPTION AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY IN INR
Bengali Interpreter Bengali Interpreters are responsible for handling phone calls and render the meaning of the conversation between the Bengali and respective language or English speakers. They help to translate non-Bengali speakers and work in any of the wide range of industries language line solutions are Hospitals, Insurance, Healthcare, Financial, Government, Travel and Tourism, Utilities, Court, Law Enforcement, and General Business. INR 3,25,000
Content Editor  Content editor manage all the day-to-day operations of a publication, such as a trade publication, magazine, newspaper, or academic journal. Editor-in-chief oversees all of the assistant, or department of a publication and they ensure each issue is released on time. Few of editors-in-chief worked up to this top position by starting out as writers, and then they work as an assistant or managing editor. INR 3,72,000
Account Manager Account managers are responsible for managing an array of accounts, building relationships with the new clients, leading team productivity overseeing the work of account executives, and achieving high sales target. They also manage several customer accounts and often being the face of the company to many customers. They also achieve goals and high target sales while motivating the other executives to do the same. INR 5,84,000
Letter Translator Letter translators are responsible for reading letters or documents, writing and editing copies, consulting clients, preparing summaries, using computer translation programs and developing contacts. They can work in Translation companies, Commercial and industrial organizations, the civil service, international bodies such as the United States and the European Union. Many of them are self-employed or work as a freelancer and get paid for each word for translation. INR 2,57,000
Tourist guide Tour guides work on tour and cruise lines, visitors' bureaus travel guide companies, independent contractors, cruise lines, and hotels as seasonal workers, or full-time employees. Guides may lead driving tours or cruises, walking tours, through popular sites, national parks, museums, historic neighbourhoods, or other regional points of interest. They must be able to retain dates, historical facts, and anecdotes and then relay that information to visitors in an entertaining and informative way. INR 3,00,00

Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Bengali) Fee Structure in India


1.40 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES1.11 L  (Maximum Fee)
11.07 K (Average Fee)
2.44 K (Minimum Fee)Private COLLEGES1.29 L (Maximum Fee)
15.75 K (Average Fee)

Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Bengali) Fee Structure By state


West Bengal

1.40 KPUBLIC COLLEGES1.11 L
10.86 K
3.09 KPrivate COLLEGES1.29 L
15.09 K

Jharkhand

2.19 KPUBLIC COLLEGES8.11 K
5.87 K
2.44 KPrivate COLLEGES72 K
20.80 K
3.19 KPUBLIC COLLEGES21 K
7.06 K
7.95 KPrivate COLLEGES7.95 K
7.95 K
8.48 KPUBLIC COLLEGES33.24 K
15.37 K
26.70 KPrivate COLLEGES26.70 K
26.70 K

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10.0 /10

Campus Life :

Campus is awesome, When you go away to college for the first time, you want to make sure you're prepared. You may be living on your own for the first time, so there could be some items you wouldn't No,rmally consider taking because someone at home, such as a parent or guardian, usually takes care of them for you. Consult your college acceptance literature for any specific items your college asks you to bring. If you're able, touch base with your roommate prior to school to make sure you're not bringing duplicates of large items such as TVs, couches or refrigerators. Having double will just take up space and make for a less comfortable environment.

Alumni/Alumna :

Practicing direct communication will help you in good times and bad. Dorm rooms are close quarters, so even if you get along with your roommate, there is bound to be a conflict or two. Handle such conflicts with open communication. You can't expect your roommate to be a mind reader, so if you get upset or frustrated, communicate it to your roommate right away. Use a respectful tone and choose your words carefully. You'll find such communication gets better reception and ultimately a better response than if you just attack or criticize.

Remarks :

Best college I ever seen. Most colleges require freshmen to live on campus but after their first year, many students consider living off campus. Off-campus living can be appealing for a number of reasons: privacy, independence, responsibility, and, in some instances, affordability. But it also comes with its setbacks: isolation, transportation issues and possible increased costs. So before jumping right into off-campus housing, make sure you take these things into consideration.

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6.2 /10

Course Curriculum Overview :

My opinion in my is very good I am like my course very much and love also because bengali is my mother language that's why my opinion in this course I think Good. In our is under an vidyasagar university so the exam structure in our college is very strict and also good. The exam system was the college is attempt an exam in every six months after by semester wise that's means every year two exam will conducted for every student.

Admission :

I get admission in my college by online application. The admission process of my college is very good. First we have to done online application for admission. Then we have to pay money 200 for HONS and 100 for PASS in the UCO bank in garhbeta branch only. After 7 days the marit list is came then if you eligible for admission in our college then only you have got admission in our college.

Placement Experience :

My college was not given any placement, jobs, or any internship also because it is a government college. For any government college not given any jobs or etc. for any student. After completing the course we only apply for jobs on dependent on the course structure the college not given any placement or jobs or not given any internship also.

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8.3 /10

Course Curriculum Overview :

So besically the course about the greatest poet,author and their literature's, poem's etc. Also its learn me a big lession about The Begali Literature History. I focuses primarily to lrarn people about the importance of 'Shiksha' through their language. Here the exam details: Besically the exam held and directed by the most popular University of Calcutta. Under the University section their are so many colleges. It's one of them. When exam started we have to go another college for exam. In one year we did 1 time and for 100 marks. And the paper of our subject in total 8.

Faculty :

My opinion is so cool. Our college have everything like garden,big libraries,so good and friendly Professors and our principal is so cool and aslo they are so helpful. When I go to college first day I was very nurvous but the nature of college and friendly Professors and friend are so changed my college life. I am very satisfied with my subject. I also get many help like from my senior teacher's,from big libraries. At last I want to be so last in my college and I loved it.

Placement Experience :

In our systematic syllabus there are not so opportunities where I get a job in this qualification. But we have to learn more and get more degrees to get a job. When I was 2nd year in my graduation a company came in my college named Gillette. A small seminar but here I performed. They have a placement for a job but I didn't get it. But the experience was so good. But our college have many placements in other stream that I didn't know.

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