Mass Communication Institutes in Maharashtra
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The purpose of mass communication is to educate, inform and enlighten the common man. This is easily achieved today through various media like newspapers, magazines, television, radio, cinema etc. The media is as important as food to an average individual’s life these days.
The media is becoming increasingly detachable to people’s lives with technology playing its part in tremendous growth, creativeness, innovativeness, vision and overall improvement of this sector. A major reason for this is the fact that the news today is a representative of the common man’s problems and his/her day to day challenges.
The western Indian state of Maharashtra is flooded with large number of supreme quality institutes and colleges pertaining to this field. Due to the prevalence of Mumbai- which is an entertainment hub, Maharashtra is home to a number of big media companies and organisations.
The media is constantly coming up with ways to cover events and news related to not just entities like the Government, industries, celebrities and the likes but also those related to social issues, sports, music, cinema and other types of entertainment. As a matter of fact, the media has evolved into a platform for people to make their grievances public and demand justice.
Varying genres are consistently being explored by the media of different countries, India being one of them. The media makes a great impact on the minds of young and old Indians and inspires them in various ways. For instance, advertising which is also a essential means of communication today, constantly educates people about what to purchase, how exactly to spend their hard earned money and enlighten them about various other grave issues.
Graduates of Mass Communication can get into high paying jobs of the news, publishing, public relations and research industries; however the most interesting of these professions are those of the journalists and advertising professionals.
The opportunities for journalists in particular are endless as the world never tires of giving birth to new stories and events. Over the years, the pen has indeed proved itself to be mightier than the sword, as journalists across the globe have uncovered news with accuracy and professionalism.
There are a number of specializations in journalism like politics, sports, fashion, finance, cinema, economics, investigation, culture, social issues etc.
There are certificate courses, post graduate diplomas, graduate degrees and post graduate masters degrees available in Journalism and Mass Communication, Public Relations and Corporate Communications, Advertising and Marketing, Digital Animation, Television and Video production etc. Journalism can be done in the English, Hindi and Marathi languages in various Mass Communication institutes in the districts of Aurangabad, Wardha, and Nagpur etc.
Candidates who have achieved a 10+2 with a minimum of 50 % marks are perfectly eligible for graduate and under graduate courses in Mass Communication. There is a common entrance test which is followed by a personal interview conducted by the institute.
Anyone who is a graduate in the faculties of Arts, Commerce or Science with a minimum of 50 % marks is eligible for the graduate and post graduate courses in Mass Communication. Institutes conduct a common entrance test which is followed by a personal interview.
Here is list of famous colleges known for courses in various streams of Mass communication.
Dept. of Journalism, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
University Campus ,Nagsenvan Aurangabad-431004
MJ (PG) – 40 seats,
BJ (Diploma Course )- 40 seats,
Dept. of Journalism, North Maharashtra University
P.O. Box. 80, Umavi Nagar,
Phone: +91-257-2258428 to 2258438
Fax: +91-257-2258403, 2258406
Email: email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
Bachelor in Communication and Journalism (B.C.J.),
Master of Communication and Journalism (M.C.J.)
Department of Journalism and Communication,Shivaji University
Vidyanagar, Kolhapur- 416 004,
EPABX: + 91 - 0231- 2609000 (10 Lines)
E-mail: email@example.com B.J.C (30)
M.J.C. (15) Self Supporting,
M.A. Mass Communication (30) Self Supporting,
P.G. Diploma in Mass Communication Education
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Administrative Premises,
Ravindarnath Tagor Marg, Nagpur 440001, Maharashtra.
Fax: 0712-2532841, 0712-2500736
Bachelor of Mass Communication
Mahtama Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya
Post Box No.16, Panchtila, Wardha, Maharashtra
Tel :( 07152) 230901, 230904, 230905, 230907
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
M.A. Mass media Communication
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