The HES course offered at MLAC is a three-year course that provides the students a greater insight into the world helping them understand both the past as well as the future fostering a sense of empathy. The course is designed to enable students to interpret the current economic and social challenges facing the country. It improves the social skills of students and helps them understand the impact of science, technology, and medicine. Students will be able to forecast the future course of changes and development through their knowledge of policies and programs set by the governments and other development agencies.
History, Economics, Sociology.
Affiliated to Bangalore University.
Pass in 10+2 or intermediate in the arts stream from a recognized school board. Admission to the program is based on marks obtained in 10+2. The course is of 3 years in duration.
- The curriculum prepares the students for some of the most popular career options in the field of Industry, Management, Consulting, Law, Teaching, and many branches of public services including civil services.
- Other career paths – actuarial sciences, finance, IES, Rural Development & Public policy, a career as historian, archival works.
- Management and consultant positions
- Teaching in primary or high schools, PU and Degree Colleges
- Center and state Public Services.
- Work as a research scholar in various departments
- In Archeology department
- Social welfare offices
- In NGOs
- In women and Child Welfare Departments
- In the Tribal Welfare Department.
After the completion of the course, a student is able
- Through organizing guest lectures, workshops, seminars, industrial visits, and extension activities, students will be able to learn the subject matter comprehensively, particularly its applications and foster the development of their own skills.
- Students will be able to pinpoint and understand the past, present economic conditions of the country.
- The Students will be equipped with relevant knowledge based on economic principles including market functions and structures, efficiency in manpower and resource management, need of credit/finance for initiating and accelerating projects.