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Media and Mass Communication -Journalism

Introduction About Journalism

Journalism includes the preparation of written, visual, or audio material envisioned for dissemination through public media with reference to factual, ongoing events of public concern. It deals with broadcast world such as TV and Radio, Web journalism, Print Journalism etc. There are also courses in particular areas of journalism like sports, television, photo, press law etc.

Eligibility for Journalism

For Post graduate degree courses: BA in journalism.
There is also PG diploma in journalism after graduation.

Courses in Journalism

  1. B.J (Bachelor of Journalism)
  2. B.J.M.C (Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication)
  3. B.A -J.M.C (Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication)
  4. B.C.J (Bachelor of Communication and Journalism)
  5. B.M.M (Bachelor of Mass Media)
  6. B.J (Hons) (Bachelor of Journalism (Honours))
  7. B.A -Mass Communication (Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication)

Institutes/Universities for Journalism

  1. Kamala Nehru College for Women, Delhi
  2. Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Bengaluru
  3. Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi
  4. IIMC, New Delhi
  5. Xavier Institute of Communication, Mumbai
  6. Film and Television Institute of India, Pune

Salary in Journalism

Reward for writing has great potential for promotion. You can expect to start at a salary of Rs 6000. 10,000 as an employee. As a journalist, you can expect to earn Rs 12,000 - Rs 18,000. Managers pay a salary of Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000 and offer the benefits of housing and travel rights.

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