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    Career in journalism for 12th (Commerce) students.

    sub:- how can be a journalism course ?
    sir,
    I am in 12th class student with commerce and my results in awaiting. I wanna became career in journalism so please help me.





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    kitkat
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    Re: Career in journalism for 12th (Commerce) students.

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear Journalism is occupation of
    • reporting,
    • writing,
    • editing,
    • photographing,
    or broadcasting news or of conducting any news organization as a business.
    Newspaper, radio, television, and more recently the new media of the internet have completely revolutionized dissemination of news to the public. In a predominantly democratic country such as India, the power of press is significant and journalists are esteemed as frontrunners in shaping public opinion.
    A career in journalism offers many opportunities to you to passionate about serving the country through a press that is increasingly becoming the conscience keeper of the nation; little wonder then that the press is called the fourth pillar of democracy. Reporters, editors, designers, anchors, news analysts, and producers are of great demand in several media houses in the country today.
    eligibility
    you must have 10+2 to get eligible in this course ,many institutes are providing one year certificate course ,you should have 10+2 for eligibility. you may be in any stream in your intermediate course.
    you can specialize in a specific area of journalism such as
    • sports,
    • television,
    • photo,
    • press law.
    remuneration
    your salary range starts from Rs. 15,000–Rs. 20,000 as a trainee. you can earn Rs. 20,000 – Rs. 25,000 initially. Chief editors draw a salary of more than Rs. 50,000, besides earning other perks and benefits.
    best colleges in india
    • Asian College of Journalism, Chennai
    • The Delhi School of Communication
    • Editworks School of Mass Communication, NOIDA
    • Indian Institute of Journalism & New Media
    • Indian Institute of Mass Communication
    • Kushabhau Thakre Patrakarita Avam Jansanchar University
    • Makhanalal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication
    • Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies
    • School of Broadcasting & Communication
    • School of Communication Studies, Panjab University
    all the best




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