Career Selection-A Basic Insight: Part 10

By: Satyendra Kumar Singh, Editor-ICN


Journalism makes available the knowledge about what is happening around us through various medium such as newspapers, radio, television and internet. It involves not only sharing the news but also is a platform to bring forward the views of the people. The analysis of news with different perspectives is again a very significant task in this.

The courses in Journalism have various specialisations such as sports, television, photo, press law etc. The curiosity to learn and figure out new dimensions to the news is an art. Therefore practical exposure is a must.

  1. B.Sc. Electronic Media (B.Sc.-EM)
  2. B.Sc. Graphics and Animation (B.Sc.-GA)
  3. B.Sc. Multimedia (B.Sc.-MM)
  4. B.Tech. Printing and Packaging (B.Tech.-PP)
  5. Bachelor of Mass Communication (BA-MC)
  6. Bachelor in Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication (BHJMC)
  7. Bachelor in Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC)
  8. Bachelor in Mass Communication
  9. Bachelor in Media & Communication
  10. Bachelor in Multi Media & Mass Communication (BMMMC)
  11. Bachelor in Tourism, History & Journalism
  12. M.A. in Advertising & Public Relations (MA-APR)
  13. M.A. in Broadcast & Journalism (MABJ)
  14. M.A. in Mass Communication (MAMC)
  15. M.B.A. in Advertising and Marketing Communication (MBA-AMC)
  16. M.B.A. Corporate Communication (MBA-CC)
  17. M.B.A. Entertainment Communication (MBA-EC)
  18. M.B.A. Media Management (MBA-MM)
  19. M.Philin Media Studies (M.Phil-MS)
  20. M.Sc. Electronic Media (M.Sc-EM)
  21. Master of Journalism (MJ)
  22. M.Sc. inNew Media (M.Sc-NM)
  23. M.Sc. in Media Research (M.Sc.-MR)
  24. Ph.D.

One may join in the profile of Reporter, Correspondent/Special Reporter, Feature Writer, Proof Reader, Researchers, Broadcast Reporters, Presenters, Columnist, Photo Journalist and Cartoonist etc.


Some of the famous and highly sought colleges in India (in alphabetical sorted order) are:

  1. Academy 18 Networks Ltd, New Delhi
  2. Amity School of Journalism & Communication, New Delhi
  3. Asian Academy of Film & Television, NOIDA
  4. EMPI Institute of Advertising & Communication, New Delhi
  5. Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), New Delhi
  6. Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi
  7. Institute of Mass Communication, Manipal
  8. International Institute Of Mass Media, New Delhi
  9. JamiaMilliaIslamia University, New Delhi
  10. Kamla Nehru College, Delhi University
  11. MakhanlalChaturvediRashtriyaPatrakaritaVishwavidyalaya, Bhopal
  12. National Institute for Media Studies (NIMS), Ahmedabad
  13. National Institutes of Advertising, New Delhi
  14. Sardar Patel College of Communication & Management,New Delhi
  15. Sir Aurobindo Institute Of Mass Communication, New Delhi
  16. South Delhi Polytechnic for Women, New Delhi
  17. The Advertising Academy, New Delhi
  18. Times School of Journalism, New Delhi
  19. University of Delhi, Delhi
  20. Wigan & Leigh College, New Delhi
  21. Xavier Institute of Communication, Mumbai
  22. YMCA Centre for Mass Media, New Delhi

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