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Career in Journalism: Give impetus to your career in the field of journalism with these courses...

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Media is considered the fourth pillar of democracy and it plays an important role in conveying the views of every section of the society to the government. In today's time, everyone is familiar with the media. Given this, many youth want to make a career in this field. If you also want to earn a name by joining the media, then for this you must get a degree in Journalism.

UG courses are available in the media sector from the 12th onwards. After doing graduation courses, you can also do post-graduation, post-graduation diploma, PhD, etc. in this field for higher education.

Important courses available in the field of journalism

     Bachelor in Journalism

     Master of Journalism and Mass Communication (MA in Journalism)

     PG Diploma in Broadcast Journalism

     Diploma in Journalism

     Journalism and Public Relations

     PG Diploma in Mass Media

What should be the qualification?

You can start journalism after passing 12th. After the 12th, you can obtain a Bachelor's degree in this field. If you have already graduated then you can also do a post-graduation or PG diploma in journalism. After doing these courses, you become eligible to move forward in the media field.

Where to get a job

After doing journalism, you can get a job in various media institutions or newspapers. Along with private jobs, one can also participate in the government jobs released by the government from time to time in this field. In media organizations, you can get a starting salary of Rs 12 to 15 thousand which increases with time and experience. Salary in government jobs is provided as per the pay scale prescribed by the government.

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