Journalism is gathering information collating if and creating something informative out of it. Apart from this basic roles a journalist is also required to comments and events being reported but diplomatically, to not influence any reader too strongly
For undergraduate course of journalism , below given eligibility requirements
Candidate need to have completed 10+2 or its equivalent course from any recognised board.
Must have minimum of 50% in 10+2
Some college require candidate to possess good communication reading and English skill.
Admission in journalism course are based generally in merit or university based examination
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Journalism is basically collecting or gathering information and creating something informative out of it.
Now if you wish to learn journalism you have to start it at the undergraduate level which is a Bachelor of mass communication and journalism, bachelor of arts Hons in journalism, BA in Journalism and Communication Studies. And if you wish to study it further you can go for Post graduation in Journalism( MA in Journalism and Communication), MA in Multimedia, and Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication.
If we see the basic eligibility for undergraduate courses, the candidate must have completed his 10+2 from the recognized board with at least 50% marks. And for Post graduation courses the candidate must have hold a valid bachelor's degree from a recognized university, some universities will have their entrance test also.
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Journalism is always considered as one of the best career option which gives an individual reputation , knowledge and a way to gain experience of the diverse fields. Journalism is one such course which can be easily pursued after class 12th . In order to become a journalist one needs to have a bachelors degree which can be obtained by studying any of the below mentioned courses , also each course is unique in itself and helps a person to gain knowledge accordingly:
- Bachelors in Journalism and mass communication
- Bachelor of Journalism
- Bachelor of Mass Media
- BA in Journalism
- BA in Journalism and Communication
All these courses helps one to become a journalists.
also here is the list of top colleges for Journalism:
- IIMC Delhi
- ACJ , Chennai
- Xavier Institute of Communications.
- Savitribai Phule University
- Symbiosis Pune
- University of Delhi
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Good to see that you want to make your career in journalism and I am glad to tell you that in India the journalism is growing very fastly.In India more than 900 permitted private News or television channels are there which is creating a lot of opportunities and job prospects for the students who are in the field of journalism and media and this trend predict the increasing scope in journalist career.
You can pursue a major in journalism and mass Communications or any diploma course in journalism and for your kind information I want to tell you that a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication is the most preferred course if you want to make your career in journalism and after doing this you can do your masters course in journalism and Mass Communication.
You can also pursue a PG diploma in journalism which will make you to best in the journalism field and you can fetch out very good jobs thereafter.
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Candidates can learn journalism by taking admission in ug pg and certificate course but most preferred course for journalism is bachelor in mass communication.if you want to learn more then you can go for higher studies and you can pursue master course in journalism.
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