Mass communication is the upcoming industry in today’s time. Indian media industry from 2009 to 2010 majorly and it has been stated that it will grow further in 2015. Backed by the positive industry sentiments and growing media consumption the mass communication industry will grow up to 13 percent in 2011. In the view of this growth, the entire media and entertainment industry has vacancies coming up almost every day.
Mass communication is a collective term for various fields’ journalism, anchoring, radio jockey, writing and many more. There are many mass communication courses available offered by many mass communication colleges all over Delhi. According to a student’s aptitude, her/she can choose from the various fields and do bachelors, post graduation, masters, diploma or certified course in mass communication.
Mass media is required at anytime of life, as this will keep people update with the happenings in and around the world. It is important to have such mediums as one can keep pace with the happenings around oneself. With the increasing popularity of mass media many students prefer taking it up as a career option. Even if you have done bachelors in some other field, you can opt for mass communication courses. In Delhi, many institutes provide courses for mass communication and journalism where students are taught personality skills, competence and leadership qualities. Once these qualities are identified then students according to these qualities that they possess are grouped according to their quality and allowed to choose a career path in the same.
No just TV, newspaper and radio but internet is also become a great medium of communication. A large part of the population turns TV and radio to know about current happenings in the world also they look out for some entertainment as well as knowledge. All this is available on the mass media. Now not only government institutes but also many private institutes offer degree courses in mass communication.
Some top Mass Communication Institutes in Delhi are mention below:
- Pran’s media institute
- The Delhi school of Communication
- Indian institute of Mass communication, JNU
- South Delhi Polytechnic for Women
- Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, New- Delhi
- University of Delhi
- Mass communication Research Center (MCRC) Jamia Millia Islamia
- Indarprastha College
- Kamla Nehru College
If you need to find any information about these institutes and the courses or get admission forms then kindly visit websites of the respective institutes. You can find all information regarding the courses, admission procedure, eligibility, forms etc.
After completing your course many private institutes provide placements and many have their own in-house production houses so you can be placed immediately. There are many channels, magazines, websites, and radio stations emerging now days. Do not just restrict yourself to journalism, as there is much more to be explored in this world of media. In addition, cartooning, animation etc… are a part of media industry only. Therefore, if you are interested in that there are many Mass Communication Colleges Delhi offering these courses as well.
People living in the big metros like Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore have adequate opportunities to get into the media line, as these places have numbers of media houses and other entertainment agencies. Today you could find dozens of news and entertainment channels on Air. All these news channels require large numbers of enthusiastic and confident mass communication graduates who can entertain audience and raise their viewer ship.
They often have vacancies for the post of newsreader, journalist, correspondent, anchor and columnist. You may apply for these respected posts after you have completed your mass communication course. It is to note here, students who pursue their mass communication course from the reputed colleges are more likely to be selected in the campus recruitment itself. Moreover, to get a decent salary package and for rapid career growth it is important to study from reputed college which has excellent course training with qualified professors.
As discussed above mass communication has an epic scope so you not just restricted to journalism and news. In fact, you could also get into acting, film direction, creative writing and Radio jockey etc. These fields of entertainment are equally rewarding and promise a remarkable growth. A degree in mass communication equips you with verbal skill and analytical ability.
Today, internet is also a powerful medium of communication. Many people who do not have access to TV and radio turn to Internet for world's updates and Entertainment. Today all news and entertainment channels have their personal websites for promotion and reaching up to the people. As a journalist / columnist, you could write news, articles and blogs for these websites and give your views and opinions.