Entrance Exam For Journalism
The collection and broadcasting of news through as well as the printed media is called as of Journalism. It consists of jobs like photo journalism, reporting, and broadcasting in addition to creating documentaries and editing. Journalism covers the cultural aspects of the society, arts and entertainment along with the financial and business dealings of the government or other establishments.
The minimum qualification required for a candidate to pursue a course in journalism is a Bachelor’s degree. Certificate courses are also offered by the some institutes. In addition to this, courses which specialize in press law, sports etc are also obtainable. The eligibility for this is a pass in class 12.
The following are the entrance exams for journalism,
- Journalism and mass communication entrance exam
- Indian Institute of mass communication Journalism entrance exam
- Asian college of journalism entrance exam
- Makhanlal Chaturvedi national university of journalism entrance exam
There are many career prospects at hand for journalism students. Candidates who have finished their course successfully can find employment in newspaper companies, magazines and periodicals in addition to central information services. They can also pursue careers as reporters, columnists and as free lance or staff writer in electronic as well as print media.
The courses that are offered in journalism are,
- M.A in communication
- M.A in journalism
- P.G in Broadcast and Journalism
- P.G diploma in journalism in English and Hindi