It is unbecoming to see students from different faculties putting each other’s degrees down and trying to make themselves seem superior – because there is really no such thing as “elite faculties”. The notion of elite faculties arises when people think that being from a certain faculty will entitle them better-paying jobs, which is honestly untrue:
I have friends from FASS now working in FMCGs drawing a starting salary of 4.5k/month and engineers working in banks pulling in $7k/month. At the same time my peers from law are finding it extremely difficult to even secure internships, much less associate positions due to the glut of lawyers these days. So really, it will be your ability rather than your degree that will hinder you from landing a good paying job.