Earlier ,students who has good communication skills with literature background use to apply for J&mass communication degree, but in this competitive world before opting this subject do the self-analysis of your creativity, reading abilities , knowledge regarding current affairs and news , communication skills, should have articulation  skills about the most complex of issues ,how to handle delicate news , presentation skills and a great deal of patience.. So once the students is meeting above qualities can opt for this subject..

Dear Aspirant, Being in the BA Literature, the best option would be Journalism or Mass Communication. I think you can maintain your cooking as a hobby which will give you more happiness instead of doing it full time in the hotel industry. Literature and Journalism / Mass Communication are complimentary to each other. It would best to go for Journalism from good Institutes in Mumbai or Pune or Delhi after your BA Literature. Best wishes

1. University of Florida – College of Journalism and Communications 2. University of Georgia – Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications 3. Indiana University, Bloomington – School of Journalism 4. University of Kansas – School of Journalism and Mass Communication 5. University of Maryland, College Park – Philip Merrill College of Journalism 6. University of Missouri at Columbia – Missouri School of Journalism 7. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – School of Journalism and Mass Communication 8. Nor

Hi,The paper pattern of Jamia Milia Islamia Journalism Entrance Exam is like this-The Time duration is 1.5 hrs and Marks are 100.The entrance test for P.G.Diploma in Journalism will comprise of two parts-Part A and Part B.Part-A will consist of 40 objectives type multiple choice questions related to general knowledge and current affairs,Media,History of Hindi Journalism,Hindi Language,News papers and Magazines,contemporary National and international events,Radio and Television,popular culture and awareness of political scenario.Each question contains one mark,There will be negative marking in

Hi There, Your question puts me in a state of shock. Since both Engineering and Media requires high level of concentration and persistence. As an engineering student, apart from lectures, you would be engaged in practicals that would consume most of your day, which at the end I dont think you would have time to focus on Media course. Similarly during the media course, you would be expected to carry on with internship and that too would consume your day and it would be impossible to appear for engineering lectures and practicals. Even if you somehow manage, it would completely strain you.

Below is the list of the main work and responsibilities that the journalists do.1. The journalists have to travel to the different locations in order to fetch the data and information. They have to report to a particular site in order to cover a story and therefore need to travel quite often. Once they have reached the site they need to meet the right people in order to get their facts right and collect the right information.2. The journalists have to do a lot of online and offline research to get in to the depth of a story. This is because the journalists need to have all the necessary inform

Dear Aspirant, Radiology is a very good career field. It has good scope today and future since that is a necessity medical requirement for people. You can choose BSc Radiology and further MSc Radiology. Initially, it is recommended that you work under a Radiologist for some years. This will help you gain the practical technical experience as well as how to treat the patients and help them. If you opt for MBBS and then Radiology specialisation, you will be called as Radiologist yourself and you then need not remain a technician. Later you can approach a bank for loan and have your own

Dear Aspirant, Nice to know that you chose Mass Communications at the under graduate level itself. Hope you have the aspirations to be in the media & communication industry. Media & Communication industry offers tremendous scope and excellent job opportunities with great learning experiences. A Masters degree in Journalism or Mass Communication or Mass Media is highly recommended for better job prospects, more in depth knowledge about the domain. Try to do your Masters from the top Media and Journalism Institutes. Best wishes  

Dear Aspirant, Firstly I would like to ask strongly, why was your percentage in 12th std less? Was that because of your casual attitude or last moment study attitude or an overall lethargic attitude towards your own career? Todays, world is competitive and therefore you cannot be casual about your marks and performance. In your case, I would suggest that you can take admission to Mass Media or Journalism or Mass Communication as a Masters course after completing your BA with minimum 55%. However, choose one of the above options very carefully since that will decide your future career life and

Dear Aspirant, After MSW, you are thinking whether to choose Journalism or Fitness? Wow! What has happened to you? Why did you do MSW and now it appears that you are not able to get a job or able to make a living out of the MSW degree. Now that you are looking elsewhere apart from Social Work, it indicates that you did MSE without any aim or thinking or out of some nonsense illusion or dream. Again, you are making a big mistake by comparing between Journalism and Fitness. How can you compare and decide which to choose? This also means that you have been comparing yourself with others too and t

Dear Aspirant, Your question definitely indicates that you are too much confused and have done all irrelevant courses which do not suit yourself and your thinking. Please take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This psychometric test is a must for you at this stage when you are confused and have done something which you should not have done. The test result instantly generated, will tell you the suitable career for you based on your aptitude, interest, etc. Best wishes

Hello Jayesh, I agree with Dr Anand that you are merging 2 different careers Journalism and Tourism. As an additional point here, I would like to make is, just that you are aware, Journalism has many specialisations like Health, sports, media etc. Similarly you could opt for Tourism Journalism, whereby you write articles related to only tourism. Wish you good luck...

Dear Aspirant, After Mass Communication, going for Library Science is an out of world thought. I don't find any gain in doing Library Science after having done Masters in Mass Communication. Mass Communication is a very good career course you have done and it has a good scope in the market. I feel, that after having done Mass Communication, doing Library Science would land you in a very different field. There are not too many job options in Library Science compared to Mass Communication. I think someone has misguided you or you have been too much thinking. The first priority should be to

Hi Ritesh, I wish you had been a little specific as to what you are currently pursuing, your qualification, your interest etc. Only thing I can suggest at this moment is do not choose on the basis of percentage or friends or the most happening stream. It would be best to know where your interest and aptitude lies and then choose accordingly. For which I would suggest, an Aptitude test or Career counseling test Hope this helps. Wish you good luck....

Dear Aspirant, Very nice to see your aspiration to get into the journalism field and that too when you are in 10th std. You are thinking at the right time and you have approached the right forum to get clarifications. I am very happy to see the seriousness towards your career and the effort to find out about it well in advance. You can select any stream for Journalism. Journalism can be done at under graduate level (after 12th) or after graduation too. There are bachelors in Journalism as well as PG Diplom or Masters in Journalism. These days there is a combination of Journalism and Mass Commu

Dear Aspirant, Which exact PG course are you talking about from ISBF? ISBF as an Institute is a good institute with quality faculty and infrastructure. As far as course is concerned it is good. Any course and career is full worth, only if you are also full worth of it. Do not have the attitude of only getting but also take efforts of giving to the company which is employing you. Work on your soft skills, domain knowledge, general awareness, etc. to clear the technical and hr round. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, If you let us know which city or state are you looking for a Journalism course, then we would be able to give you the proper details. Also, Journalism these days is also combined with Mass Communication. for example, in Pune University, you can do Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication (MJMC) which is a two years post graduate master degree course. There are bachelors as well as masters courses available in almost every State Universities which are of three and tow years duration respectively. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, From where and how did you decide about Media as a career option for yourself? Definitely, I will definitely give you the options in media as a career, but as a Counsellor, it would be more beneficial for me as well as you to know whether the decision to choose media studies is wise or not? Do let me know the details for a more appropriate guidance from my side. Media career has good scope and opportunities and below are the areas in media which you can choose, however as said, that please do not choose randomly: 1. Advertising 2. Film / Documentary Making 3. Journalism 4. Mass

Hi Maitri, These are some colleges who offer Mass Media Graduation Program in Delhi: 1. Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University. Course offered: Bachelors of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) 2. Delhi College of Arts & Commerce, Delhi University. Course offered: Bachelors of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) 3. Kalindi College, Delhi University. Course offered: Bachelors of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) 4. Kamala Nehru College, Delhi University. Course offered: Bachelors of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) 5. I.P. College for W

Dear Aspirant, I liked your career option, but in a way they are different from each other. Actually, you can also do Journalism and select Food industry for journalism. However, I would suggest that  doing a Journalism course would be best to start with. After 12th, you can opt for B.Journalism course from a recognised Institute affiliated to a recognised University. Food critic is a good side option for career, however there are no courses to learn that. I strongly suggest you to take a good qualification to create a good base for future career. Before choosing the option, once I would

Hello Dr, It would be good, if you call up the team and speak to them directly. Probably your profile, may have not reached them accurately due to some reasons. So call them and clarify the issue. Wish you good luck...

Hi There, You have only mentioned doing a project, but have not mentioned what is your current qualification. Assuming you are an engineer, check the following:  Always note, that all these institutes list down procedures on the website, so always check it without fail. Wish you good luck...........

Hi Nalin, Please do not pursue ICWAI from any private institute that claims they are cost accountancy recognised. You should pursue this course only from the Cost Accountancy society of India. Check the link below: / http://icmai.in/studentswebsite/Admission.php Hope this helps. Wish you good luck....