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Ever thought of getting into the journalism industry?Wondering about the courses available in India? Then on this page, you can check out what journalism is all about, the courses offered and the job opportunities available to make a successful career in this industry.

With the advent of extensive use of the internet and social media, journalism careers are on the rise. Journalism is all about informing the public about the events happening around the world though print or online media. If you love to write and express your thoughts and opinions, or love to travel places and be around people then journalism is an apt career for you. On this page you will find a brief overview of the various courses in journalism and mass media.


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Journalism Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Journalism courses for 2019 - 2020 academic year. Also, find admission announcements and application form to download and apply for Journalism course.

  1. Advanced Diploma in Television Journalism
  2. B.A Mass Communication
  3. B.A. Journalism
  4. B.Sc Electronic Media
  5. B.Sc MCAJ
  6. B.Sc MCAJ + Cinema
  7. B.Sc MCAJ + Electronic Media (Radio & TV)
  8. Bachelor of Communication & Journalism (BCJ)
  9. BBA Media Management
  10. Certification Anchoring & News Production
  11. Certification Mass Communication and Journalism
  12. Diploma Broadcast Journalism and TV Production
  13. Diploma Cyber Journalism
  14. Diploma Journalism
  15. Diploma Sports Journalism
  16. Diploma Television Journalism
  17. Diploma Visual Communication
  18. M.A Broadcast Communication
  19. M.A Mass Communication and Journalism
  20. M.E Multimedia Technology
  21. M.Phil Communication Studies
  22. M.Sc Electronic Media
  23. M.Sc Mass Communication, Advertising & Journalism
  24. M.Sc MCAJ + Cinema
  25. M.Sc MCAJ + Electronic Media (Radio & TV)
  26. M.Sc Visual Communication
  27. Master of Communication & Journalism
  28. PG Diploma Advertising & Mass Communication
  29. PG Diploma in Development Communication
  30. Ph.D Media and Mass Communication
  31. Post Graduate Certificate in Photojournalism
  32. Post Graduate Diploma Broadcasting and Journalism
  33. Post Graduate Diploma in Web journalism
  34. Post Graduate Diploma Journalism & Mass Communication
  35. Post Graduate Diploma Journalism (Hindi)
  36. Post Graduate Diploma Journalism (Radio & TV)
  37. Post Graduate Diploma Print and Photo journalism
  38. Post Graduate Diploma Television Journalism
  39. Post Graduate Diploma Television Journalism & Video Production

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Various graduate, post graduate, diploma, post graduate diploma, certificate and short term courses are available to you in specific areas namely: journalism and mass communication, mass media, TV studies, film studies, broadcast journalism, sports journalism, photojournalism , fashion journalism, print journalism, visual communications, technical writing etc. One important part of any course work is to prepare your own portfolio of work with as much relevant experience as possible both voluntary or of internships. This will be useful to display your skills in the interview.

Employers hire these students not only from media but other sectors like communication agencies, media companies, NGO and charity organizations, marketing organizations, Civil services etc. The job roles offered in this sector can be broadly categorized into writing, DJ and administrative roles. Writing involves stories, news interviews etc. in print or digital media like in newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, social media. The job roles offered include writers, editors, proof readers, copywriters, bloggers or journalists report or refine the messages for etc. Announcers and disk jockeys (DJs) work in radio and television for broadcasting program information, introducing and closing programs, and reading updates about the news, sports, and weather. The announcers can also be looking into monitoring control boards, keeping logs of programs. Like in any other domain media also has opportunities in administration. Advertisers create ads and commercials, marketers plan and carry out the publicity activities, translators and interpreters help in communicating in non native languages, grant researchers carry out research and prepare proposals for funding. A few other administrative roles include information officer, public relations officer, multimedia specialist etc. If you choose this domain as your profession, you can be sure that it will be always in demand irrespective of the media used.