Masters in mass communication frequently asked questions

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Q. what are masters in mass communication?

A. A Masters in Mass Communication is a post graduate course that gives you theoretical and practical exposure to various media.

You would be taking classes in TELEVISION, PRINT, RADIO, SOCIAL MEDIA. It would also include NGO related subjects, ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS, CORPORATE COMMUNICATION. Along with this, you will be needed to take up various internships in newspapers, magazines, radio, etc. They may be compulsory or voluntary.

Q. What career options does one have after earning a mass communication degree?

A. As a Mass Communication graduate, I can honestly say there are several paths you can take with the broad knowledge you’ll gain. Choosing the right internship and the real minor will help you go far in any of the following career paths like Advertising, Journalism (Newspaper/Online), Broadcasting (TV/Radio/Web), Public Relations, Marketing, Film, Publishing and any other subcategories from these.

Even if you do not get a job especially in an agency and great company there are smaller companies who need the skills of a Communication like Oil companies, event companies, law firms, government businesses, etc. all look for those who can use the skills learned from this type of degree.

Q. What are the best universities to pursue my in mass communication in India?

A. There are many Universities Public and Private that offer a Masters in Communication, Masters in Mass Communication, Masters in Communication and Journalism and other abbreviations such as M. Sc. MMBA etc.

The best places depend on what you want to do, PG Diploma or a full degree which is usually two years.

Here is a list of good places I know of for a Degree:

1. AJKMCRC Jamia Millia Islamia 2. Sarojini Naidu School of Arts and Communication University of Hyderabad 3. Mumbai University 4. Pune University 5. Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication Pune 6. Loyola College Chennai 7. Christ University Bangalore 8. Panjab University 9. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University 10. Pondicherry University 11. Calicut University

Two Year Diploma in Marketing Communication and allied subjects: MICA Ahmedabad

1. Diploma Courses: 2. Indian Institute of Mass Communication IIMC New Delhi 3. IIJNM Bangalore 4. XIC Mumbai 5. Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan’s Sardar Patel Institute New Delhi

Q. What are the eligibility for in mass communication?

A. You need to be a first graduate with an interest in the subjects. Would be good to have a bachelor’s degree in media, and that would help and also some university requirement is for percantage like 50% to 60%

Q. What are the fees for in mass communication?

A. It depends on university but most of the university offering two-year courses and charges around 200000.

Q. Can a person do master’s in mass media after doing BA?

A. Yes, of course, you can do

Q. What jobs available after completing in mass communication?

A. Special Correspondent, Sound Engineer, Film Director, Public Relations Officer, Sound Mixer and Sound Recorder, Art Director, TV Correspondent, Producer, Radio Jockey/ RJ, Screenwriter, Editor, Event Manager, Fashion Photographer Cartoonist, Video Jockey, Illustrator, Critic, and Photojournalist, etc.

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