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Bibin S Nath

Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations

Bibin S Nath

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About Bibin S Nath

I have over six years of experience in the world of media and communication. Currently, I work as a Junior Grade Group B officer in Indian Information Service, where I manage publicity and media relations of government of India. Here I put together my journalistic, public relations and administrative skills to serve as a channel between media, public and government. I am engaged in writing press releases and feature stories on government projects and policies, organizing press conferences for Union ministers and conducting public information campaigns and media workshops. Previously I was an editorial board member with Malayala Manorama daily, where I reported on a wide range of topics like politics, business, arts, science etc., subbed stories, designed pages and managed campaigns. Competencies: News Writing, Media Relations, Content Management, Public Relations, Creative writing, Editing, Report writing, Translation, Press Release drafting, Journalism

 Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, is a career counsellor based at Cochin, India area. View all career counsellors from Cochin

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Experience
  • Junior Grade Officer

    Government of India ,2013 - Present

  • Reporter

    Malayala Manorama ,2010 - 2013

Education
  • Bharatiyar University

    M A Journalism & Mass Communication ,2016 - Present

  • Indian Institute of Mass Communication New Delhi

    PG Diploma in English Journalism ,2009 - 2010

  • Mar Ivanios College Kerala University

    B A Mass Communication & Video Production ,2006 - 2009

Certification
Awards Honours
  • Gold Medalist

    Indian Institute of Mass Communication ,2010

  • Gold Medalist

    Kerala University ,2009

  • Scholar Indian Oil Scholarship for meritorious students

    Indian Oil Company ,2005

  • Rank Holder

    SSLC Exam State of Kerala ,2004

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Dear Ankit,  Since you have got work experience in your domain you can start searching for career openings in your domain through job searching websites like Naukri, Monster etc. In today's world, even personal contacts will fetch you career chances. So try to make good contacts with people in your domain and keep updated with them. Also try to widen your network through platforms like LinkedIn. All the best for a successful job search

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 21, 2017
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Dear Kanishk, Since you are not much interested in Bcom, you can think of doing some course which is related to your passion. You can do a Diploma course in Automobile Technology. Many institutes are providing such courses. Try for short term(1 year or less) certificate course in Automobile design or related topics. It will help you to venture into the real automobile world and learn by doing. All the best. It was mediocre students who often make great career choices. So nothing to worry. Go ahead. 

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 21, 2017
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Dear Deepak, You can apply for banking and SSC jobs since you have got a graduation. In fact, not all SSC exams require a graduation as eligibility. For exams like Combined Graduate Level(CGL) Examination you need a degree. For some SSC exams like Combined Higher Secondary Exam you just need a plus two to appear for it. All the best for your future career.    

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 21, 2017
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Yes, sure Ekta.. What kind of consulting do you wish ? Please specify your educational background and the course you wish to take or the career you wish to pursue?

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 21, 2017
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Dear Vishal, Let me begin with the quote of former President A.P.J Abdul Kalam : " Dream, dream, dream. Dreams transform into thoughts and thoughts result in action. "  I am quite happy to see that you have got a clear picture of your ambitions. When you aspire something, earn for the top of that thing. That is what you literally do by aiming at studying in IIT. IIT will be your door to a promising career.  Now we can get to business. The way to get into an IIT is to succeed in Joint Entrance Exam(JEE) which is conducted in two parts-JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The exams are in object

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 18, 2017
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Dear Atin, Humanities is a diverse stream which brings before you a sea of opportunities. You can be a journalist, teacher, lawyer, politician, social worker, bureaucrat and the list is endless. Each of these careers need a graduation or post graduation to start practicing. So after class 12, you have to choose the stream of humanities you are going to specialize in. Accordingly you can take course like BA Economics, BA Political Science, BA Sociology, BA Journalism, LLB etc.  Each of these courses open gates to a diverse fields of career opportunities. While doing Arts and Humanities sub

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 17, 2017
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Dear Mohammed Asif Khan,   It all depends on what you love to do in your life. Indian Administrative Service(IAS) is a reputed and respected career option as the IAS officers are the one who steers the administrative mechanism. If you want to be agent of some real change happening in society, you can go for IAS. But remember that the path to IAS is not that simple. Services like IAS, IPS and IFS can't be opted only if you get very high rank(within top 100) in Civil Services Examination.  On the other hand, MBA opens you into a corporate world where you can earn money, an envious life

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 17, 2017
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Dear Rishabh, Staff Selection Commission exam is your door to the huge world of government service in India. It is through SSC exams that most of the Group B and Group C posts are filled in government service. Different SSC exams prefer different qualifications. For SSC Combined Graduate level examinations a degree in any subject will be enough. But for SSC Combined Higher Secondary Examinations the qualification level is 10+2.. 

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 17, 2017
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Dear Manoj, There are many options for MA Mass Communication in North India. Here are a few best colleges to opt for 1. Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi MA in Mass Communication MA in Convergent Journalism 2. Amity University, Gurgaon 3. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi 4. Amity School of Communication Noida 5.Delhi College of Arts and Commerce 6. Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism, Bhopal 7. Banaras Hindu University      

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 14, 2017
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Hi Preeti, It is indeed so sad to see that those teachers who provide the light of knowledge to lot of students remain underpaid in India. The salary and working conditions in most of the private schools are not at all rewarding. It is quite natural that you start thinking of changing your profession.  Well there are many options before you if you are seriously contemplating about a profession change. Since you haven't mentioned your subject, age and interested areas, I cannot give specific advice. But don't loose your heart and go forward with determination. At any age we can think of a

Answered by: Bibin S Nath, Freelance Career Consultant with sound background in Media Communication and Public Relations, on July 14, 2017