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

Hello Subhani, If you are sure and Journalism is your passion, your end goal, then dont think twice. Just go ahead and pursue it as a career. Please note, you can pursue a masters in Journalism or mass media. Eligibility being an entrance exam and a graduate any stream. Another thing is I do not recommend a profession based on its benefits or advantages. It is your passion which is more important to be successful. If you are passionate, even a disadvantage can be turned into an advantage. Only benefit I see out of travel journalism, is ones need or desire to travel to various places and study

Firstly it’s important to understand the meaning of ‘mass communication’. It generally represents the social media, television, news, radio, newspaper, research and reporting. Importance of mass communication in our society – Well, it does play a vital role in today’s time. Almost every age group of people tend to use a medium of mass communication in one or another way. For example Radio, Televisions etc. It can be also called a part of our daily routine. But this actually helps us to stay in contact with everything, and we remain updated as to what all is happen

What is Journalism? Going by the orthodox thinking of people it’s just running after celebrities for their photos and knowing what’s up in their life. TOTALLY WRONG. Journalism consists of pulling together, evaluating, producing, and presenting the world wide information and events on the go. Belonging to the largest democratic country in the whole world, thepress has the complete right to broadcast all the bitter truths even because with democracy comes more events, more oppositions, and more debates. Providing the common people, with the correct information is the job of a journa

Hello There,  As said by the proverb, " A pen is mightier than a sword" explains in short what journalism is all about. The main role of a journalist is to keep people or masses informed. It can be related to any field like health, sports, education, politics, finance / stock market employment opportunities etc. In terms of courses. Any 12th pass any stream can opt for BMM. A 3 years under graduate course and opt for specialization in journalism. Entrance exam is the eligibity. Or any graduate can opt for a pg diploma in mass media. Entrance exam is the eligibility. Please note a degree i

In today’s world, fast growth in the communication world can be seen because our lives surround around technology. Those days are gone when we used to get just shorts news reports for just the sake of news. It has become more of a moral duty to bring the truth in public rather than just stating minimum facts. This is sudden growth has impacted the audience also, people are more involved in the country politics, they remain updated with the facts which are the current need of the era. Wherever you go, group discussions or interviews only and only comprise of the current affairs. Also, wit