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

Before the best colleges, I would like to tell you, what law is all about.  First of all, you can pursue law education in two forms i.e. after 12th where you can go for integrated law course and after graduation, you can go for L.L.B course. Any stream i.e. arts, commerce or science can go for law education. Integrated Law course is for 5 years as it is the combination of two-degree programs based on what subjects students were having in 12th. Some of the regular courses under this are B.Sc. L.L.B, B.B.A.L.L.B, and B.A.L.L.B etc. Second way was after graduation. Here students pursue L.L.B

Dear Aspirant, Nice to know your aspiration for Fine Arts. Advertising gives excellent career opportunities and they are unlimited and highly innovative. New and fresh ideas are always required in the advertising industry by keeping the customer in the central place. You are majoring in the English language which is a very good aspect for advertising. Language expertise is highly essential. Now since you are confused between the executive and creative side, choosing one of them is possible and not both in the initial stages. Creative side offers immense scope as well as the executive side. For

CLAT stands for common law admission test after passing this examination a student can get admission in various Government and private law colleges and various National law universities. CLAT was first held in 2008 prior to this there were various entrance exams conducted by different law college individually due to this reason there was a lot of confusion and burden on students' after a supreme court decision students who pass CLAT can get admission various law colleges in different states which are affiliated to this examination on the basis of marks achieved. CLAT is known to be one of the

Hello.Shivam,  Hope reading what I write next would help you get your answer. Every day the world coming to us in form of NEWS, whether through papers or internet, news about sports, health, politics etc, advertisement, jingles, news on films and television, education, promotion, offers etc are all thanks to mass communication. Faces behind this are journalist, advertising, animator, web designer, PR, reporters etc. Hope this gives you an idea of the widespread reach of mass communication. Wish you good luck...

Hi Lekshmi.. Every courses are good for a better future, if you are choosing the most interesting career for you. So, BSc in Physics will give you career opportunities in research field and universities or in industrial and Science organisations like ISRO. While graduation and post graduation in Journalism will help you to find a better future in media sector. Here, you have an option to work as a freelancer too. So, you can choose from these according to your interest and can be successful in that. The institutes of your study is also a matter for better career. You can pursue your course in

Dear you have lot of opportunities like work as script writer, anchor, newsreader, RJ, VJ, reporter and editor , controller in electronic media. Otherwise continue higher studies in reputed institute lady shri ram college delhi, Xavier Mumbai, christ university bangalore, Lovely professional university punjab..etc . Better placements also. 

There are a number of institutes in India itself to pursue courses in Mass communication and journalism. As you are doing B.tech, you can think  about Mass Com in masters level. In graduation level also good colleges are there like Christ university, Symbiosis Institute, Lovely Professional University etc. Some of these universities are offering scholarships also. Best institutes for Masters in Mass Communication are JMI MCRC, IIMC, Lovely Professional University, Delhi university etc. 

Best institutes to go for Bachelors course in Mass Communication and Media are:  Lady Shri ram College, Christ university, Lovely Professional University, Madras Christian College, Symbiosis institute etc.   

Masters in Mass Communication and Journalism will help you to find a career as a journalist in leading companies or as a free lancer. Your bright future is guaranteed if you are pursuing MCJ in leading institute in this field like Jamia MCRC, IIMC, Christ university, Lovely Professional University, Shivnadar university etc. You may can avail scholarships and good  quality of education while pursuing this course in institutes like these.

Hello Shyamal,   On the face of it, all Institutes are the best.   What you can do is log into each colleges websites individually and based on your criteria, check them accordingly. Few criteria s you could look out for includes: Location and hostel facility Extra curricular activities Internships and summer or winter projects Showcase of projects Industrial projects for students Placements Success rate or pass percentage Faculties   And any other criteria you might have thought about.   Wish you good luck...

Hello Shubheeta,  Congrats on clearing class 12th. In terms of the course option you have mentioned, to pursue engineering a little higher score and clearing entrance test is a must. If you are ready for any college, anywhere then you could opt for engineering. But still I would say think again. In terms of mass communication, you could pursue BMM, a 3 years course open for any 12th pass student. Few colleges have entrance exam which you need to clear. Then in your final year you could select Journalism as a specialization. Please note, during vacations, preferably get into internship as

Hello Aaravind,  It is all what you think about. If you are positive and are ready to begin from scratch and ready to learn attitude, then opportunities are bright. But if you have a doubt rather self doubt then you loose even before you begin. Prepare well for the reasons for not completing 12th and distance education. Wish you good luck....

Hello Anusha,   So many options. Select one based on your interest and your abilities. In terms of acting and photography, please note, as such basic qualifications are not needed. Unless you wish to become a professional photographer. But still the courses are certificate and diploma programs which can be pursue any time in the future. In terms of the others courses like philosophy, Psychology and mass communication. As such Philosophy if you opt for, the only line left ahead is teaching and or preaching, that too if you are interested.   In terms of Psychology and mass communicatio