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Mass Communication- Career, Salary Growth

The presence of Media is now and then everywhere. Interestingly, the growth of media organizations was doubled in the last few decades. Might be it’s due to the familiarity of the internet and social media among the general public. As like journalism, Mass communication is one of the best fields that can help one to become a journalist.  The duration of Graduate level mass communication is 3 years, whereas the duration of Masters level mass communication is 2 years. The candidate enrolled in Mass communication can get a thorough understanding of the principles, methods and responsibility of communication of Medias in the print, visual, online and broadcast sectors.

Eligibility to Get Admission Into Mass Communication Course

We have furnished below the minimum eligibility that needs to be fulfilled by candidates aspiring to get admission into Mass Communication course.

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  • Eligibility for the undergraduate course- Candidates, who have successfully completed the class XII from any board, are permitted to get admission into the undergraduate level course.
  • Eligibility for the postgraduate course- Candidates below 30 years of age having Bachelor’s degree in any discipline is eligible to apply for Mass Communication course.

Is this course right for me?

It’s a tuff question probably. We say- if you are keenly interested in journalism, having creative writing skills and sound knowledge about the contemporary updates across the world then this course may good for you.

Career after Mass Com

There are lots of career options in the media for the candidates who passed out the Mass Com course. A small list regarding various job profiles offered to graduates in Mass Communication is shown below.

  • Photojournalism
  • Fashion Photographer
  • Radio Jockey/ RJ
  • Film Director
  • TV Correspondent
  • Screenwriter
  • Copy Writer
  • Special Correspondent
  • Video Jockey
  • Event manager
  • Public Relations Officer
  • TV Correspondent

Who Hires Mass Communication candidates?

All Media Companies requires the Mass Communication candidates to the profiles such as Journalist, News reporter, columnist, Video journalist, etc. In addition to the media firms, the companies working in software sector also required mass communication candidates for document related works.

Salary

In India, the salary of an entry level mass communication candidate will get around 2.5 La to 5 La per annum. This salary range may vary according to the company, job responsibilities and the candidate’s professional achievements till the period.

List of Top Seven Mass Communication Institutes in India

Name of the College Official Website
Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi http://www.iimc.nic.in/
Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication, Pune http://www.simc.edu/
Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi http://lsr.edu.in/
Amity School Of Communication, Noida http://www.amity.edu/asco/
Delhi College of Arts & Commerce http://dcac.du.ac.in
Kishinchand Chellaram College Art Commerce & Science http://kccollege.org.in
Madras Christian College, Chennai https://www.mcc.edu.in/

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  1. Rishav says:

    ADD. PROCEES FOR DCAC IN NA JOURNALISM

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