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 Alisha,  Yes you could opt for a MBA in Marketing or PR ( Advertisement) Entertainment is the only industry that gives weightage to work knowledge or experience rather than a degree. Hence get a job and pursue MBA through correspondence is a better option. Wish you good luck...

Hello Taher,  Before I answer your query. I am asking you what would you like to do?  You have just 2 options, further studies or job. What do you wish to do then?  If it is a job, then apply to various organizations. As a graduate you can find employment as a data entry operator, backoffice, sales,.probationary officer in banks and or government offices after you clear the entrance exam. At the max, you could pursue a certification course in banking from institute of banking and finance and join banks after clearing the entrance exam. Or a course in stock market from BSE or NSE

yeah ,I agree with you actually I have a science background in +2 . If I do diploma for one year or advance diploma in journalism and mass communication now and side by side I will do my graduation in ba .because I do my ba with correspondence and when both my graduation and diploma will complete I will go for a pg in journ.& masscom. Is it good for me? 

Hello Leon,  Every problem has a solution.  So here to know your interest and the career you could opt for, you could undergo an Aptitude test. The test in combination with personality test measures your aptitude or potentials namely in 5 areas like numerical, logic, spatial, mechanical and vocabulary. The test results will help you make a confirmed choice. No preparations are needed for this test. Only be honest while answering. Wish you good luck...

Hi, UPSC-CSE/IAS examination is the toughest examination in the nation due to its widely elaborated and grand selection criteria and performance metrics and plays an equal importance. Every year the number of applications for these exams are getting high and high which is making the competition tougher than ever. And to create a better impact and in order to perform good, and in the least competition, it is important to study with a definite approach. For any Confusion Regarding Career Paths – Take here: Psychometric Career Tests including Ideal Career Test   Here are

Responsibilities of Journalists: It is true that we are living in the materialistic world today, but a journalist is not a part of the hoi polloi of humanity. He is deemed an elite, a person with sensitive ears and eyes. He has the power to transform the data gathered during an event into a video clip or an article that could trigger a mass movement.  During the past, we have witnessed many such incidents and no doubt, we shall relish much more like these in the times to come. Hence, if the pen is mightier than the sword, why should we not give it the burden of responsibility? The tip of

Hello Smayra, Interesting question. What kind of issues are you talking about? Please note, every media channel, would have their own representative. And but of course they would wish for their person to be the best and want publicity for themselves. But these are challenges which you would face in every stream or organization. Rat race is something you cannot escape from.  Hence, in terms of responsibility, I can say, stick to your ethics, your morale. Reach the write source, the right way to get your information, and be honest in picturing the news to the public. Hope this is the answer

Journalists of the new millennium have a host of roles to play. Similarly, their responsibilities must also be given serious consideration. The media are capable of influencing, informing, or motivating a large number of people. Thus, these journalists can use their thoughts as tools to guide or persuade the masses. They use the media to communicate such thoughts and opinions. If a group of individuals is capable of influencing the minds of people, the responsibilities of this group must be clearly defined, lest this group should change the course of social and political events of a nation. It

Hi, Journalism is a force, which binds a society or nation as an organic mechanism. In the new era, it has assumed prominence because of its potential as a “change agent”. It informs, innovates, mold, and impresses people living in a region or country. Humans are in a supine posture as far as the bombardment of news, views, critical comments, and thoughts on their minds are concerned. The combination of audio, visual, and audio-visual tools of communication has created a new ethos that affects us all. Journalism, supported by high-technology tools like TV, DTH and the internet make

Hi, In the light of the aforesaid dissuasion, one can opt for journalism because of the features mentioned: A professional journalist is on the payroll of a journal, magazine, newspaper or TV channels. He can also be an employee of an internet website or a dot com firm. He works on a full-time basis for his employer. If he is self-employed, he works for a host of media organization on an assignment basis. He covers news, views, and events of various kinds. He is a generalist in most of the cases. However, specialists can also become journo. He is known by different designations, namely editor

Hello Devanshi, To pursue Mass Communication or a course in Mass media or BMM, a 3 years course after 12th.  Any 12th pass student (any stream) with minimum 50% needs to appear for a entrance exam. The exam consists of questions testing ones logical, creative and aptitude skills. Wish you good luck...

Have you ever thought to buy or sell a product through online shopping by clicking and viewing some pictures. Your order is right at your doorstep in a few days after doing an online transaction for the products in your shopping bag. All this process of buying and selling goods and services using the internet (an electronic medium), both by the recruiters and consumers, is known as electronic commerce or say e-commerce. E-commerce emerged in early 90’s and now its demand is increasing rapidly after demonetization. Due to rise in the demand of e-commerce and digital marketing, all big and

Hello Poppy,  Initially you mentioned of being unsure of a career and then you mention of being an environmentalist. Hope you are sure of this career stream. Because sometimes an interest can be pursued as a hobby and not just as a career. Please note as an environmentalist your job nature would be to maintain hygenic environmental aspects, which includes cleanliness of pollution, water cleaning, fertilization and crops etc. Mainly this would be a research oriented job, but mind you this is also a field job. You would have to travel to rarest area under any condition to collect samples an

Hi, There are many such colleges in Journalism and MAss-communication in India. The field is growing each year as the more and more people are getting attracted toward the Mass-media career field. this is one of the interesting and challenging career field as it lets have diverse experience of society and culture therein. Dear Aspirant, we have enlisted some of the top colleges with course details as following.     1. Kalindi College (Delhi University) B.A. (Hons.) Journalism Course Duration: 3 years Educational Qualification: 10+2 Level pass Admission Procedure: Cut off -

Hi, It is one of the good queries. Nowadays Mass-communication has emerged as an inalienable part of the world affairs for the very importance of Mass-communication in the development of the society and the world at large thereby. The rise and spread of Information Technology (IT) along with the concept of Free Trade and Global Village, the world seems to get closer thanks to the development of the Media and mass communication technology. The awareness and curiosity of the people make it obvious the mobilization of information and the exchange of ideas between groups of people located in

Hello mam,  Though there are many colleges / institutes that provides mass communication courses, I am listing down few well know names. Please note the course is provided under different titles like BMM, Diploma in mass communication etc. Check the following institutes: 1. Apeejay institute of mass communication, delhi 2. Amity school of communication, uttar pradesh. 3. Institute of Mass communication and media technologtly,haryana 4. Film and television institute of india., pune 5. Xaviers institute of mass communication, mumbai 6. Symbiosis institute of mass communication, pune 7. Indi