गुरुवार, 23 अगस्त 2012

CAREER IN MASS COMMUNICATION & JOURNALISM



SUNNY GUPTA (AARAV
Journalism is a discipline of gathering, affirming, reporting and analyzing information assembled regarding current events, consisting of issues, trends and people. In the present times, a large number of accredited Indian journalists (both in the field of electronic and print media) seek out, report on and publicize occurrences of consequence happening all across the globe. They are famous and their stories are carried out by numerous newspapers, magazines and periodicals, besides radio and television networks all around the world.

The main activity of journalism is the reporting of events by stating who, what, when, where, why and how and explaining its significance and impact. People all around the world, in huge numbers, count on TV news, magazines, newspapers, and radio to information, enlighten, and even entertain them. Journalism exists in a number of media, like, newspapers, television, radio, magazines and the most famous and latest mediums, 'the Internet'.

THE JOB DEMANDS - (15, 00,000 to 25, 00,000 jobs opening for teachers)
Diversification in different areas of Communication is witnessing a steep rise and is expected to thrive further, on account of growing professionalism and advancement in this sector. Indian Personnel who are creative, dynamic, and enterprising and has flair to project ideas, thoughts, and observation through different mediums of communication are preferred choice of the International Industry.

In addition to communication behaviors, Indian Communication Professionals develop a strong liberal arts background that International Employers recognize as vital to being successful. These Professionals are getting excellent jobs in a variety of career fields because employers also recognize the value of hiring people who understand communication in diverse contexts.

CURRENT JOB SCENARIO
The purpose of journalism is to inform and interpret, educate and enlighten the general public. The opportunities for journalists are endless and at the same time the job is becoming more challenging. The job now requires more specialization and professionalism. The job market (both abroad and domestic) is good for those Indian Journalists who specialize in diverse areas, such as finance, politics, economics, investigation and sports & culture. They can find employment with numerous magazines, newspapers, periodicals, central information service, press information bureau, websites etc.

Career in journalism is a prestigious profession as well as a highly paid one.
CAREERS IN ADVERTISING
1. Advertising or Marketing Specialist
2. Copy Writer
3. Account Executive
4. Sales Manager
5. Media Planner, Media Buyer
6. Creative Director
7. Media Sales Representative
8. Public Opinion Researcher

CAREERS IN COMMUNICATION EDUCATION
9. Language Arts Coordinator,
10. High School Speech Teacher,
11. Forensics/Debate Coach,
12. Film and Drama Division,
13. College Lecturer
14. College or University Professor
15. Speech Communication department Chairperson.

CAREERS IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA/RADIO-TELEVISION/BROADCASTING
16. Broadcasting Station Manager
17. Director of Broadcasting
18. Community Relations Director
19. Unit Manager
20. Film Editor
21. News Director
22. News Writer
23. Transmitter Engineer
24. Technical Director
25. Advertising Sales Coordinator
26. Traffic/ Continuity Specialist
27. Media Buyer
28. Market Researcher
29. Actor
30. Announcer
31. Radio Jockey
32. Disc Jockey
33. News Anchor
34. Public Relations Manager
35. Casting Director, Producer
36. Business Manager, Researcher
37. Account Executive,
38. Floor Manager and talk show host.

CAREERS IN JOURNALISM
39. Reporter
40. Editor,
41. Newscaster,
42. Author,
43. Copy Writer,
44. Script Writer,
45. Publisher,
46. News Service Researcher,
47. Technical Writer,
48. Acquisitions Editor,
49. Media Interviewer and talk show host.
50. Content Writer
51. Correspondent/ Reporter
52. Managing Editor
53. Features Writer
54. Graduate Trainee/ Management Trainee
55. Instructional Designer
56. Proof Reader
57. Technical Writer
58. Business Writer
59. Sub Editor
60. Creative Director
61. Features Writer/Editor
62. Graphic Designer
63. News Editor
64. Producer/ Production Manager
65. Script Writer
66. Freelancer
Various types of journalism are:
67. Broadcast Journalism
68. Business Journalism
69. Alternative Journalism
70. Investigative Journalism

CAREERS IN PUBLIC RELATIONS (PR)
71. Public Relation officers,
72. Publicity Manager,
73. Advertising Manager,
74. Marketing Specialist,
75. Press Agent,
76. Lobbyist,
77. Corporate Public Affairs Specialist,
78. Account Executive,
79. Development Officer,
80. Fund Raiser,
81. Membership Recruiter,
82. Sales Manager,
83. Media Analyst,
84. Media Planner,
85. Creative Director,
86. Audience Analyst,
87. News Writer and Public Opinion Researcher.

CAREERS IN THEATER/PERFORMING ARTS/DRAMATIC ARTS
88. Model
89. Performing Artist
90. Script Writer
91. Producer, Director
92. Arts Administrator
93. Performing Arts Educator
94. Costume Designer
95. Scenic Designer
96. Lighting Designer
97. Theatre Critic
98. Makeup Artist
99. Stage Manager
100. Theatre Professor and Casting Director.

CAREER IN ANIMATION
101. Animation Maker
102. Animation Editor/Producer
103. Designer
104. Graphic Designer

WEB REPORTING (NEW FIELD OF JOURNALISM)
105. Web Designer
106. Web Page Maker
107. Web Reporter
108. Web Editor
109. Photo Editor/Selector

In the recent years, Indian media has evolved dramatically. There are scores of news channels, publications, and online news sites. If you want to make a career in journalism, you can join either TV news channels, newspapers, magazines, trade magazines or news or trade websites and portals. With increasing competition, journalism has become a lucrative career option. You can join any medium, provided you acquire a professional degree or diploma in journalism.

Print & Electronic Media: editors, columnists, correspondents, freelance writers, news analysts, photojournalists, staff, proofreaders, reporters. Newspapers, periodicals and magazines, Central Information Service, Press Information Bureau, PRO, websites, AIR and TV channels like NDTV, Aaj Tak employ Journalists.

THE RECRUITERS LOOK FOR THE FOLLOWING ATTRIBUTES:
The Must Have's
• An inquisitive mind, determination and persistence
• An interest in current affairs at all levels
• An aptitude for presenting information in an accurate, concise and effective manner.
• A lively interest in people, places and events
• Ability to organize thoughts and to write in a style which is easy to understand.
• Ability to sift relevant facts from the irrelevant.
• A willingness to accept irregular hours
• Ability to accept criticism and willingness to do considerable rewriting are also necessary.
• An ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines

Note: Employers in today's competitive world look for journalists who can write, edit and evaluate information and know how to communicate to a variety of audiences on a variety of communication platforms. However, recruiters give preference to those with strong liberal background at the graduation level and a Postgraduate degree from some renowned institute with specialization in the relevant field.

FLOOD IN TEACHING
The focus of Indian immigration has shifted in recent times from Indian technocrats and entrepreneurs to teachers who have joined the gallery of India's 'global citizens'. The dearth of educators in UK and US are helping to create a growing global market for teachers. The demand is especially huge for specialty areas like Math's and Science, because it is difficult to find teachers with strong subject knowledge and language skills.
Experts predict that over the next ten years the International Education Industry will need 2.2 to 2.4 million teachers. That means there will be 15,00,000 to 25,00,000 openings for teachers in the elementary and secondary schools. The needs are also great in curricular areas such as special education, mathematics, science, bilingual education, and English as a second language.

Indian Teaching Professionals have a great opportunity in the US, in view of the projected shortage of 700,000 teaching instructors. And obviously, the advantages that Indian teachers enjoy are English speaking skills and a high standard of education. There is also a great demand for Indian teachers in the Gulf countries like Saudi Arabia and Oman. The most attractive prospect for job seekers in the Gulf is that working there provides the opportunity to save a major part of one's salary with tax-free income and free housing.
In Britain there are as many as 7000 vacancies according to Government officials and the National Union of Teachers predicts the figure to go up to as many as 40, 000. In addition, the salaries for teachers in UK are the biggest draw.

AVERAGE SALARIES
• As a journalist you can expect an entry level salary of Rs.10,000-Rs.1,5000. As you gain experience of 4- 5 years your salary can grow somewhere between Rs.25,000-1,00000.
• As a Teacher, Lecturar you can gain salary of Rs. 10,000-50,000
• As a PRO salary can be 12000-25000 (In Govt.Sector)
15000-70000 (In Pvt. Sector)

MAIN INSTITUTIONS
Degree courses in Journalism (Bachelors)
• Chennai University - B.A. with Journalism
• Ravi Shankar University, Raipur - Bachelor in Journalism
• Benaras Hindu University,- B.A. in Journalism
• Kashi Vidyapeeth, - Bachelor in Journalism
• Media Institute of Shah Satnam Ji Boys College, Sirsa, Haryana
• University of Delhi, - Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication in Hindi
• Pune University, - Bachelor of Journalism
• University of Mumbai
o B.A. with Mass Media Communication as a component group subject
o B.A. in Script Writing and Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication
o B.A. in Journalism (BJ)
• Pioneer Media School -Bachelor of Journalism (BJ)
Degree courses in Journalism (Masters)
• Chennai University
o M.A. in Communication & Journalism &Certificate course in effective communication
o M.A. in Journalism
• Rabindra Bharati University, Calcutta- M.A. in Mass Communication
• Benaras Hindu University, - M.A in Journalism
• Kashi Vidyapeeth, - M.A. Journalism and Mass Communication
• Kurukshetra University, - M.A. Journalism
Ch. Devilal University, M.A. and Bachelor In Mass-Communication
• Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi - M.A. in Mass Communication
• Pune University, - Master of Communication Studies (MCMs)
• Media Institute of Shah Satnam Ji Boys College(M.A.Mass-Comm) Start Shortly
• University of Mumbai - M.A. in Communication & Journalism
• MDU, Rohtak, M.A. Mass-Communication
Diploma courses in Journalism
• Mudra Institute of Communication ( MICA) AHMEDABAD
o Diploma in Management (Communications)
o Post Graduation Certified courses in Retail Communications, Creative Communications, Visual Merchandisin
• Pune University
o Diploma in Journalism
• Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Bangalore
o PG Diploma in Television, Radio, Print and Web Journalism
o Diploma in Television, Radio, Print and Web Journalism
• Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi
o Journalism (English)
o Journalism (Hindi)
Radio and Television Journalism
o Journalism (Oriya)
• Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai
o Journalism & Mass Communication
o Television & Video Production
o Digital Media
• Bharti Vidya Bhawan, New Delhi
o Course in Mass Communication and Journalism
o Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism
STUDY ABROAD AFTER BMC (B.A. Mass-Communication)

You can explore various foreign locations for a course in journalism. A degree or diploma from some of the good institutes brightens your chances of getting a good job in the Indian media. Studying abroad gives you good exposure and a global perspective, which is highly desirable in the job market. Some of the locations that you can explore are the US, Singapore, Australia, and UK.

SINGAPORE
Nanyang Technological University's The Wee Kim Wee School of Information and Communication, Singapore, is one of top most university in Asia. It offers varieties of courses which include Master of Science in Information Studies, Master of Science in Information Studies, Master of Science in Knowledge management and Master of Mass Communication. A prestigious four year Bachelor of Communication Studies (Honours) degree is also on the offer with a focus on print journalism, photo journalism, online information services and media management, research and analytical techniques.
Eligibility
• A distinct academic record
• Excellent oral and written linguistic skills.
Admission procedure is usually completed by last week of September. You need to appear for a written test and an interview.
Duration of course Under Graduation courses: 4 years; Master courses: 2 years
Fees : Fees for international students are around Singapore $ 15,000 and Singapore $ 20,000

UK
Cardiff School of Journalism Media and Cultural Studies, UK enrolls post diplomas, post graduate degree and research students. But you need to have good academic qualifications in research and media criticism. The school also offers undergraduate courses in journalism.

AUSTRALIA
The school of Journalism and Communication at the University of Queensland is Australia's oldest journalism school, and among the oldest in the world. Students have access to the latest technology, and are trained in all aspects of media production.
Programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels cover practical and theoretical aspects of journalism which allow students to follow career objectives or obtain greater insights into the media in general and journalism in particular.
For admission into undergraduate programs at The University of Queensland, applicants must have:
• Completed recognised upper secondary or equivalent Year 12 studies to the required standard. Note that some programs have a limited quota for students. In these instances the required standard is a minimum and a higher standard may be required to gain entry.
• Satisfied English language requirements
Students planning to go on to higher research (e.g. Master of Philosophy, PhD), are usually required to complete a bachelor program with honours. To qualify for honours, students must achieve good results in their bachelor degree.


CHAPTER-II
MASS COMMUNICATION & JOURNALISM FROM CAREER POINT OF VIEW (IN DETAIL)

Changing times have revolutionised prospects in all most every career field one can find today. So many new and exciting career options are lined ahead that it is difficult to choose one. Mass communication is one such field which is attracting a lot of young these days and why not, when it has to offer such interesting career options in the fields, like various kinds of medias - newspapers, magazines, radio, television, advertisements, public relations etc. Though its presence has been there since long but it is only in recent times that it's been able to earn due recognition. Efforts are on to add professionalism to different areas of mass communication, with many universities and institutions offering number of professional courses.

Mass communication covers a wide area, comprising of closely related fields of advertisement, communication and public relations. Almost all kinds of establishments whether business, government or political are availing of services, offered by these industries, therefore an encouraging sign for those looking ahead to making a career in mass communication.

NATURE OF WORK
Mass communication is a vast field covering many areas under it. Some of these are discussed under the following headings.

1. PRINT JOURNALISM: In short, journalism is collecting and editing of news for presentation through media. Print journalism has been one of the oldest forms of journalism. Newspapers and magazines, big or small have always been major source of news and information throughout the world and millions of readers go through them daily. Over the years, print journalism has witnessed major transformation, the simple reporting of yesteryears has taken a shape of highly specialized and professional field owing to competition and other factors. The newspapers and magazines today cover a wide range of specialized sections like political events, business news, leisure, cinema, sports, career, health and so many other subjects, which demands for professionally qualified journalists. Given the variety of subjects to choose from, one can look forward to a field of his interest and pursue several avialable courses in that direction.

2. ELECTRONIC JOURNALISM: Introduction of electronic communication especially through broadcasting has affected the lifestyles and thoughts of masses. Communication mediums like television, radio, audio, video etc. has made possible news, entertainment, information, education related subjects reach the very far and wide places. It has to an extent sidelined other forms of communication. With the growing network of TV, satellite communication, cable services, radio stations, etc., the future of this industry seems bright. Electronic journalism offers to professionally qualified aspirants opportunities in a number of fields. Some of these are direction, production, camera, graphics, editing, sound, Programme research, script writing etc. Some institutions like Asian College of Journalism, Chennai, MASSCOM, Kerala and Amrita School of Communication, Coimbatore are associated with in-house professional newspapers and television channels.

3. FILMS-PRODUCERS, ACTORS, MUSICIANS AND DANCERS: When we talk of films today, there is no dearth of available professional career options. Although, it is not all that easy to taste success in one of the most competitive and sought after fields, but definitely for someone sanguine and determined, it can be quite rewarding. Films have always earned recognition and fascination of masses. There are so many different groups of people associated with the so-called big screen and one has a variety to choose from the available options from technical professions like directors, producers, soundmen, lightmen, cameramen, editors etc. to artists like actors, dancers, musicians, stuntmen etc.

The rapidly growing film industry and its certain future has led to various institutes offering highly professional courses. One definitely finds it useful to pursue these courses in order to hone their skills and make themselves better to compete with the best in the industry.

4. ADVERTISING: Advertising is brand building process of a product, idea, thought or a even a service, through effective mediums of communication. From newspapers, magazines, posters, signboards, bills to the commercials on radio, television and even Internet, advertising has come a long way. Business organisations, political organisations, social organisations, all find it important to advertise in order to influence public opinion.

Since advertising is a service industry, the reputation of the ad agency depends on the effective work being done and campaign released from time to time. This makes the job even more challenging. With the advent of the multinational companies, more and more Indian agencies are tying up with the the foreign agencies to pitch for international clients which is clearly indicative of high growth in coming years in this industry.

5. PUBLIC RELATIONS: Once, the simple operation of publicity, today has emerged as an important management function. Public Relations, as the name suggests, is used to generate and portray, positive image of an organisation by various means. Business houses, schools, universities, hospitals, government institutions, etc. engage public relations personnels and agencies to cast and present their image, objectives and policies in the best possible light.

For somebody to become a successful public relation consultant, it is imperative to have a liking to meet people alongwith excellent communication skills, ability to interact with, convince people, and build a rapport is important. The other traits should be, quick decision making abilities and good organisational skills.

PERSONALITY
The sphere of mass communication being widely spread, requires a combination of skills and traits. Different areas asks for different qualities, but for anyone to take on any of the fields of mass communication definitely requires better than average performance in whatever one does. It is not easy to get in and progressing is even difficult. In general, excellent communication skills, being a good team player are important, besides being confident and hardworking. Physical stamina and will power count in favour for jobs in mass communication. Other attributes vary from one another depending upon the area one pursues.

Career Prospects
Diversification in different areas of mass communication is witnessing a steep rise and is expected to thrive further, on account of growing professionalism and advancement in this sector. Anyone who is creative, dynamic, enterprising and has a flair to project his ideas, thoughts, observation through different mediums of communication can accomodate himself comfortably in this industry. Computers, especially the advent of Internet has furthermore brought new and challenging opportunities in the communication segment. It is attracting a more and more people from traditional forms of mass media.

Opportunities for placement in diverse fields of mass communication are available in publishing houses, radio and television companies, corporate world, entertainment industry, media industry, advertising agencies, public relations agencies, government organisations etc. As far as remuneration is concerned it varies from one area of mass communication to another. However in every area, it is much dependent on the size of the organisation, its location combined together with the level of responsibility and experience of the candidate.
Top Recruiters

After completing your course in journalism, you can expect jobs in leading newspapers, journals, news agencies, online news sites and a host of other organizations.
NDTV, Times Now, Star News, Times of India, Hindustan Times, Reuters, CNN, BBC are amongst the few organizations where any journalists would ideally enjoy working.
Eligibility/Admission requirements
• Bachelor in Journalism/Mass Communication: 10+2
• Post Graduation Diploma/Degree: Bachelor Degree.
Duration of course
• Bachelor Degree: 3 years in any recognized university.
• PG Diploma: 1 year to 2 years.
• Masters in Journalism: 2 years.
Skills required
• An inquisitive mind, presentable and confident personality, good communication skills and the ability to write and present information accurately and effectively.
Average Salaries
As a journalist you can expect an entry level salary of Rs. 10000-Rs.15000. As you gain experience of 4- 5 years your salary can grow somewhere between Rs.25000-50000.

M.A Courses in Journalism and Mass Communication
University Course Duration Educational Requirement
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 221005 M.A. in Journalism. 1 year Bachelors degree in Journalism.
Bharathiyar University, Maruthamalai Road,
Coimbatore 641046 M.A. in Communication. 2 years Graduation in any stream.
University of Calcutta,
Senate House, 87 College Street, Calcutta 700073 M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication. . Bachelor's degree with Journalism as a subject.
University of Hyderabad,
PO Central University,
Hyderabad 500134 MA in Communication. 2 years Bachelor's degree with 50% marks.
Karnataka University,
Pavate Nagar, Dharwad 580003 M.A. in Mass Communication and Journalism. 2 years Bachelor's degree with 50% marks in major subjects.
National School of Drama, Bahawalpur House, Bhagwandas Road, New Delhi 110001 Diploma in Dramatic Arts. 3 years Graduation with working knowledge of Hindi & English.
University of Kashmir,
University Campus, Hazaratbal, Srinagar 190066 M.A. in Journalism. 2 years Bachelor's degree.
Kodaikanal Christian College, (Affiliated to Madurai Kamraj University), Paradise Hill, Kodaikanal 624104 (T.N.) M.A. (MCM Media Communication & Management (Training in Satellite Communication, Electronic Communication, Videography, Press & T.V. Journalism with languages skills). . .
Madras University,
Centenary Building, Chepauk, Madras 600005 M.A. Communication. Certificate course in effective communication course. 2 years 6 months Degree in any Faculty. Bachelor's Degree in concerned field.
Magadh University,
Bodh Gaya 844234 M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication. 2 years B.A. (Hons) in Journalism.
Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism,
E-8/76, Area Colony, P.O. Box R S N/60, Bhopal 462016 Master's Degree in Journalism. Post Graduate Diploma Courses in Rural & Tribal Communication.Course in Press Laws.Diploma course for Rural Journalism. 2 years 1 year 3-month part-time 6 weeks Bachelor's degree. Graduation in any stream.Graduation in any stream.Graduation in any stream.
Mangalore University,
University Campus, Mangalagangothri 574199 MA in Mass Communication & Journalism. 2 years Bachelor's degree.
Mysore VishwavidhyalayaIa Karya Soudha, Crawford Hall, P.B. No.17, Mysore 570005 M.A. in Mass Communication. 2 years Bachelor's degree.
Nagarjuna University,
Nagarjuna Nagar,
Distt. Guntur 522510 M.A. in Mass Communication. 2 years Graduation in any stream.
University of Pune,
Department of Communication Studies, Pune 411007 Degree course of Master of Communication Studies (Specialisation: Video Production or Media Research). 2 years (full time) Journalism degree.
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana 141004 M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication. 2 years Graduation in any stream and two years experience or should have a diploma in Journalism.
Punjabi University,
Patiala 147002 M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication. 2 years Minimum 50% marks in Graduation in Journalism and 45% marks in Punjabi.
Rabindra Bharati University,
6/4 Dwarkanath Tagore Lane, Calcutta 700007 M.A. in Mass Communication. 2 years Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication.
Ranchi University, Ranchi 834001 M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication. 2 years Bachelor's degree in Journalism.
Sri Padmavathi Mahila Visvavidyalayam,
Chittoor Distt., Tirupati 517502 Master's degree course in Mass Communication and Journalism. 2 years Graduation in the relevant subject.
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Courses by Distance Education
University Course Duration Educational Requirement
Diploma Courses
Alagappa University,
Directorate of Distance Education, Karaikudi 630003 MA in Mass Communication & Journalism courses by Correspondence. 2 years Graduation.
Bharathidasan University,
Centre for Distance Education, Tiruchirapalli 620024 Diploma in Journalism courses by Correspondence. 1 year 10+2.
Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya,
Department of Correspondence Courses, Sagar 470003 Bachelor of Communication & Journalism (BCJ) courses by Correspondence. 1 year Graduation.
Kakatiya University,
School of Distance Learning & Continuing Education,
Warangal 506009 Bachelor of Communication & Journalism (BCJ) courses by Correspondence. 2 years Graduation with Languages.
Karnataka State Open University, Manasagangotri, Mysore 570006 Diploma in Journalism courses by Correspondence. 1 year Pre-University or 10+2 or Certificate Course in Journalism.
Patna University,
Directorate of Distance Education, Patna 800005 P.G. Diploma in Journalism courses by Correspondence. 1 year .
Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Dnyangangotri, Near Gangapur Dam, Nashik 422005 Certificate Course in Journalism. 2 1/2 years HSC / Preparatory programme of YCMOU.
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Degree Level Courses
Awadhesh Pratap Singh University,
Distance Education Centre,
Rewa 486003 Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC) courses by Correspondence. 1 year Graduation.
Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya, Institute of Open & Distance Education, Bhopal 462026 Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC) courses by Correspondence. 1 year Graduation.
Media Institute of Shah Satnam Ji Boys College, Sirsa, Haryana Bachelor of Mass Communication
(REGULAR) From K.U.K.
Guru Ghasidas University, Institute of Distance Education, Bilaspur 495009 Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC) courses by Correspondence. 1 year Graduation.
Guru Jambheshwar University, Directorate of Distance Education, Hisar 125001 Bachelor of Mass Communication (BMC). Masters of Mass Communication (MMC). 1 year 1 year Graduation.
Indira Gandhi National Open University,
Maidan Garhi, New Delhi 110068 P.G. Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication. 1 year Graduates with 2 Yrs experience in a media/communication organisation.
Kota Open University, Rawatbhata Road, Akelgarh,
Kota 324010 1-4 year Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC) courses by Correspondence. . Graduation.

P.G. Diploma Courses
Kurukshetra University, Directorate of Correspondence Courses, Kurukshetra 136119 Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication. 2 year Graduation.
Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Directorate of Distance Education, Kameshwaranagar,
Darbhanga 846004 (Bihar) P.G. Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC). 1 year Graduation.
Created by subashMadurai Kamaraj University, Directorate of Distance Education, University Buildings, Palkalainagar, Madurai 625021 MA in Journalism & Mass Communication. P.G. Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication (PGDJMC). 2 years 2 years Graduation. Graduation.
Nalanda Open University,
Camp Office 9, Adarsh Colony, Kidwai Puri, Patna 800001 P.G. Diploma in Mass Communication & Journalism courses by Correspondence. 1 year Graduation.
Sambalpur University,
College Development Council (Distance Education Cell), Jyoti Vihar, Burla, Sambalpur 768019 P.G. Diploma in Mass Communication & Journalism. 1 year Graduation.

Created by:- SUNNY GUPTA (AARAV)
Assistant Professor
Dept of JMC, CDLU, Sirsa


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