Archeology is the study of ancient cultures through examination of their buildings, tools and other objects. Their tasks involves surveying, excavation and analysis of data collected to learn more about the past human life.
- Higher education lecturer
- Records manager
- Social researcher
- Tourism officer
- Bachelor's degree - Master's degree
- Abundant Knowledge of History - An Avid Reading Habits - Excellent Penmanship - Analytical and Focused Mind
Courses to be pursued
- Bachelor’s degree in history
- Bachelor’s degree in sociology
- Bachelor’s degree in anthropology
- Bachelor’s degree in Indian History
Rani DurgavatiVishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur
Address:SaraswatiVihar, Pachpedi, Jabalpur (M.P.)
Phone No: (0761) 2601452
Alpha Jr. College of Science & Commerce
Address:ShahajiRaje Municipal School Building, ShahajiRajeMarg, Vile Parle (E), Mumbai, Maharashtra 400057
Archaeologist may work indoors. They analyze artifacts and conduct research while working indoors. Archaeologist may work outdoors and can undertake field work. The conditions can be harsh at various sites.
Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)
Address: Office of the Director General 24 Tilak Marg, New Delhi- 110001
Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR)
Address: 35 Ferozeshah Road,New Delhi 110 001
N.P. Chakravarti succeeded Wheeler in April 1948. His period saw the organization of a large-scale exhibition at New Delhi in 1948 on the Indian art objects. These objects were originally exhibited in London in 1947 and later on its return to India formed the nucleus of the National Museum which was opened on 15th August 1949.
D. P. Agrawal
Dharma Pal Agrawal who is a historian of Indian Science and Technology, he is also an Archaelogist and an Author. He also published his work on Indian archaelogy, metallurgy, the history of science and palaeoclimate.