The term "honours degree" has different meanings in the context of different degrees and education systems. Most commonly it refers to a variant of the undergraduate bachelor's degree containing a larger volume of material or a higher standard of study, or both, than an "ordinary", "general" or "pass" bachelor's degree. Honours degrees are sometimes indicated by "Hons" after the degree abbreviation, with various punctuation according to local custom, e.g. "BA (Hons)", "B.A., Hons", etc.
The students who has passed 10+2 exams with English/Functional English is eligible for admission.
After completing the bachelor's degrees, there is always way for Masters in that particular field such as M.A., M.Sc and M.com.
There are also other scopes in these fields depending upon their particular fields.