Colleges of Media Courses in India
Media courses include Film, Journalism, Mass Communication, Advertising and Public Relations.
Jobs in the media may be difficult to get which is why networking is important. Some institutes offer internships which may lead to job offers.
Eligibility: 10+2 for diploma/bachelor’s degree programs
Entrance exam: Yes – for certain qualifications. There may also be a group discussion and personal interview.
Skills required: Communication, analytical, language, networking, ability to work under pressure
Possible careers: Actor, director, journalist, TV presenter, producer, copy writer public relations officer
Approximate salaries for freshers: Rs 1.2 lakh – 2.4 lakh (depends on the course selected and institute)
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