Communication field needs no introduction. It has always been a the part and parcel of our lives. Mass communication requires people with good speaking skills, writing skills, and communication skills. The mass communication technology involves :- photo journalism, television journalism, print journalism, radio journalism, communication research, development communication, advertising and public relations.
The Indian institute of mass communication(IIMC) is established by the government of India, with the view to impart training, teaching and research in the field of journalism. The candidates willing to pursue their career as journalist are also given scholarships. Educational loans are also made available. The undergraduates require 10+2 criteria whereas, graduates need a B.A/B.E or any other diploma will do. The fee structure to hold a graduate degree starts from Rs. 60,000 onwards. It may range till 1,00000 Rs for most PG doing candidates. Nowadays, part-time courses are also made available by the colleges.
As being professionals, you can start your career with television, publishing, journalism, public relations, filmmaking, scriptwriting, direction, production, editing, journalist, actor, director, editor, screenwriter, RJ, producer, VJ etc. This field is one of the most highly paid jobs and will widen up your areas of interests. With the increase in TV channels the opportunities and scope in this field is also getting widen up.
Even college placement strategies also help students to expand and explore their field of interests. A very exciting career to opt for.