The current decade has seen a fading interest towards the coveted careers aspects that were famous during the 90's, such as engineering and medicine. Nowadays, more and more youngsters are getting closer towards more of the glamorous and exciting careers such as- fashion designing, image management, digital marketing and mass communication. The girls generally opt for careers like journalism and mass communications to get the jobs of Anchors, Reporters, Digital Media Experts and others.
Also, the paychecks and fame associated with these overwhelming courses like- mass communication has been pretty exciting because of the associated lifestyle it offers. A gained degree or professional qualification in mass communication is perfect for opening gateways of opportunities in the electronic media such as TV channels and movies or print media such as magazines, newspapers, publications, and advertising. This qualification is good enough to offer precise opportunities in the field of public relations and training. Mass communication holds a much broader prospect encompassing- radio, graphics, films, television, online media, documentary, events, advertising, corporate communications and many others.
Eligibility Criteria for Mass Communication Courses
Although the eligibility criteria may vary from college to college but, mostly the following factors are important:
Undergraduate Courses: Mostly undergraduate courses only required the successful completion of Class XII from any board.
Post Graduate Courses: A postgraduate course would require the candidate to be below 30 years of age and the completion of a Bachelors degree in any discipline. Some would also prefer work experience in some media related work.
Current Scenario of Mass Communication in India
The degree in mass communications opens doors to the mainstream media bringing a self-evident career in media along with job satisfaction, fame, recognition and higher money.
The students with a valid degree in Mass Communication can work in sectors of public relations, television, films, publishing, journalism, editing, direction, etc. Following are the job profiles offered to graduates in the field of mass communication:
- Sound Engineer
- Film Director
- Public Relations Officer
- Sound Mixer and Sound Recorder
- Special Correspondent
- TV Correspondent
- Radio Jockey/ RJ
- Art Director
- Event manager
- Video Jockey
- Fashion Photographer Cartoonist
The other sectors associated with graduation in Mass Communication can also work in the following types of companies and areas:
- AIR - All India Radio
- Circulation and Public Relations
- Central Information Service
- Legal Affairs Department
- News Agencies
- Press Information Bureau
- Photography Companies
- TV Channels
- Radio Telecasting Companies
- Websites Periodicals and Magazines
- Advertising Agencies
- Books and Novels
- Broadcasting Corporations
The jobs in the media sector are very attractive and quite high paying jobs such as- journalist, actor, director, editor, screenwriter, RJ, producer, VJ, etc. The starting salary for a mass communication professional ranges in between Rs. 12,000 and 25,000 depending on the individual’s talent and communication skills. Just after 5 years of work experience, a professional can expect to get a higher salary within the range of Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 1,00,000/month.
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