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Journalism & Mass Communication

Journalists work in all sorts of media and industries. You’ll find them practicing strategic communication as they work in advertising, public relations, marketing, and in areas such as health care, politics, gaming, and entertainment. They report and write about all kinds of news and information in today’s rapidly expanding communications media. The need for communication specialists in almost every company, institution, and organization provides endless possibilities for the profession.

In addition to learning  journalism, students need to learn professional skills and broaden their options for employment.

Student needs to study under the guidance of expert faculty members who specialize in books and publishing, cultural studies, documentary and podcast making, health communication, history and cultural studies, international and global studies, investigative journalism, law, magazines, narrative nonfiction writing, public relations, political communication, web and publication design, and print and online news reporting.

In India, after HSC or 10+2, universities provide 3 years course in Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Select a good UGC recognized university for a good career.


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