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  1. 1. • B.A. (Journalism & Mass (BMC) Communication) • M.A.(Communication and• B.A. (Marketing Communication & Journalism) Media Studies)• B.A. (Mass Communication & ELIGIBILITY: (10+2) in any stream Video Production)• B.A. (Mass Communication)• B.B.A. (Media & Mass Communication)• B.B.A. (Media Management)• B.Com. (Mass Communication)• B.Sc. (Mass Communication)• Bachelor in Mass Communication
  2. 2.  Amity School Of Journalism and Communication Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication Indian Institute of Mass Communication New Delhi Lady Shri Ram College. Xavier Institute of Communication, Mumbai Asian College of Journalism, Chennai Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication, Bhopal AJK Mass Communication Research Centre Manipal Institute of Communication, Manipal
  3. 3. • Journalist• Videographer• photographer• Public Relations Specialist• Advertiser• Film making process
  4. 4. Additional Requirementsstrong command photography skills highly developed Excellent of the English since many entry- writing skills computer graphics language level positions and desktop- publishing skills combine the responsibilities of reporter and photographer. Courses M.A. P.G diploma B.A. in P.G Diploma P.G diplomaJournalism in journalism in Journalism in print journalism- in English journalism graduation and Hindi
  5. 5. JOBS in Journalism• Editor – resident editor sub editor and associate editor• Proofreader• Reporter – correspondent/special reporter• Writer- feature writer leader writer etc.• Writing for multimedia and the web• Columnist• Critic• Photo journalist or news photographer• Fashion journalist• Cartoonist• Illustrator
  6. 6. Irregularhours, usedto working amongcrowd, badweather, etc. travel frequently Deskjobs, computer networked environment
  7. 7. CoursesDiploma in advertising andPRPG diploma in advertisingand PRJobsVisualizersAnimatorsGraphic designersand many more
  8. 8. Courses TimeMass communication: 1 Year , Full Time Post Graduatespecialization in Diplomafashion photographyand videographyDiploma in Photo 6 Months , Full Time DiplomaJournalism andDocumentaryPhotographyCreative Photography 1 Year , Full Time Diploma QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Should be imagination and creativity 2. Need a college degree 3. Training program or experience.
  9. 9. 1) Long hours, including 2) deadlines and goals 3) travel may be evenings and must be met. involved.weekends, are common. People Skills Key Communication Personal Skills Vital skills Creativity
  10. 10. Work environment Unemployed Regular hours Long hoursphotographers Commercial Press agencies studios photographers
  11. 11. TYPES OF PHOTOGRAPHY 1)Documentary photography 2)Photojournalism 3)Underwater photography 4)Art photography 5)Wildlife photography 6)Advertising Photography etc… Assistant Rs. 3,500 to Rs. photographer 6,000salary commercial Rs. 10,000 to photography Rs. 30,000
  12. 12. colleges city Courses offeredNational Institute of Ahmadabad one-year post graduateDesign (NID) program in photography design.Sir JJ School of Applied Mumbai a four year bachelorsArts degree in Fine ArtsJawaharlal Nehru Hyderabad part-time post graduateTechnological program inUniversity Photography and Visual Communication HARDSHIPS: A photographer has to travel a lot, sometimes even the salary is not fixed and it is an expensive art form.
  13. 13. Production designers are responsible for the visual concept of a film, television or theatre production. They realize a design style for sets, locations, graphics, props, lighting, camera angles and costumes, while working closely with the director and producer.1. Eligible for the Masters course if they have finished their graduation or diploma in film producing/making from any acknowledged institute.2. A student who wants to join the PG Diploma course must have finished graduation in the relevant subject.
  14. 14. colleges cityRamoji Academy of Film and HyderabadTelevisionAsian Academy of Film and NoidaTelevision (AAFT),Delhi Film Institute DelhiNational Film Archive of India Maharashtra, Pune(NFAI)Digital Academy - The Film School Mumbai(DA), Salary: The salary changes according to:- 1. Their qualification 2. The type of work they are doing 3. Their duration of employment and expertise in this field.
  15. 15. Postgraduate Courses Graduate coursesMA in Cinema and Television BA in Film MakingM.Sc in Film Making B.A. Communication DesignMasters of Arts in Film Making B.Sc in Film MakingPG Diploma course in Film B.Sc. Visual CommunicationMaking, ElectronicCinematography, Direction etc. JOBS • Art director • Director • Set designer • Producer • Editor • Production coordinator • Script writer • Production designer
  16. 16. Qualification: As radio jockeying is a talent based field formal educational qualifications are not compulsory. Though it is said that to become an RJ a graduation is compulsory but, even a 12th pass out can be hired for this profession by private channels.Colleges CityJamia Millia Islamia University New DelhiIndira Gandhi National Open New DelhiUniversityMCRC, Osmania University HyderabadSALARY:1. For the beginners - Rs.7000 to Rs.15000 per month2. Sponsored programs, may pay between Rs.2000 to Rs.2500 per show depending upon the popularity of the individual RJ.
  17. 17. COURSES Professional Professional Radio Station Radio Radio Station RadioVoice Culture. Marketing Scriptwriting. Management. Jockeying. Work Environment should be If you falter, you work time can also have a prepared to will get depends on the night show work replaced in the time of show indefinitely wink of an eye
  18. 18. Career Growth through to 2018 SalaryPublic Relations/Media 24% $48,000 – 52,000/yearSpecialistsAdvertising/Marketing 13% $80,000 – 100,000+/yearManagersMotion Picture and Video 17% $41/hourProducers/DirectorsWriters/Authors 15% $50,000 – 56,000/yearBroadcast News Analysts 4% $50,000 – 53,000 For scholarships log on to:
  19. 19. 10th C Group leader: Kajal Pathak Group Member: 1. Snehal Grover 2. Sakshi Sharma 3. Sonali Sardana 4. Riya Tanwar 5. Stuti Pathak 6. Ruchita Bajaj