WHAT IS JOURNALISM ?
UG: Candidates must have passed 10+2 with mandatory minimum marks along with a good score in entrance tests held for the UG programme conducted by various state, central and private universities.
PG: Candidates must hold a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism or in any other relevant subject with at least 50% marks along with a good score in entrance tests held for PG programme conducted by various state, central and private universities.
SCOPE OF JOURNALISM
- There are plenty of jobs for Journalism graduates in News Channels, Radio Stations and Publications.
- They are opportunities available in Advertising and Public Relations as well besides in newspapers, magazines and websites.
Some of the positions that are up for the grabs include:
- Advertising and Public Relations
- Communication Research and Methods
- Global Media and Politics
- Introduction to Journalism, Media and Communication
- Introduction to New Media
- Media and Cultural Studies
- Media Ethics and the Law
- Reporting and Editing for Print
CAREER OPTIONS AFTER JOURNALISM
Public Relations Manager
COURSE LEVEL DETAILS
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