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Journalism and Mass Communication

A Comprehensive Guide to Journalism and Mass Communication

June 7, 2024

Learning is the only constant in the media and entertainment sector says Ms. Gauri Joshi, Assistant Professor at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, K.R. Mangalam University. 

Imagine how cool it would be to study for one single degree and get access to numerous career opportunities. The School of Journalism and Mass Communication at K.R. Mangalam University gives wings to the aspirations of its students to become film directors, producers, filmmakers, radio jockeys, TV anchors, multimedia journalists, event managers, content managers, public relations managers, researchers, animators, and advertising professionals.  The B.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication) programme is designed and executed by industry professionals, and it includes training at its radio, audio-visual media lab, and multimedia centre. 

Dial Journalism and Mass Communication @KRMU for Success

The school instills in the students an in-depth knowledge of the subject streams of their choice and ensures that the students experience the application of these concepts in the industry through internships and live industry projects.  The students develop synthesis-level professional skills and get hands-on training on various projects. The rich experience of covering live stories and becoming a part of the studio of reputed brand names such as Aaj Tak, India Today, News24, The Newspapers Association of India, Sputnik, and All India Radio is part of the learning process at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, K.R. Mangalam University.  

The students also get the opportunity to be mentored by seasoned journalists and professionals in the field, enriching their learning journey at K.R. Mangalam University. These mentors provide guidance and insider knowledge, helping students master the craft of effective communication—be it through writing, speaking, or visual expression. This mentorship extends to critical thinking and decision-making, attributes that are indispensable in the fast-paced media sector. The school also instils critical thinking skills in the students to ensure that they are ready for the dynamic media world. 

A career in Journalism and Mass Communication can be both exciting and challenging. It is important to understand that, be it print, radio, television, online platforms, or corporate communication, the elementary skill set of research, presentation, and audience connection are the significant dimensions of a successful professional life in the media and entertainment sector. Learning is the only constant in the world of media. The B.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication) and M.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication) programme at K.R. Mangalam University open the doors for the following career verticals: television, cinema, newspapers, digital media, magazines, designing, data journalism, photography, and radio. 

It is significant to mention here that the curriculum taught at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, K.R. Mangalam University is mapped to various job roles in the media and entertainment sector, ensuring alignment with industry requirements. The skills-based learning approach has proven successful, as evidenced by our track record of producing industry-ready graduates. The accomplishments of our alumni, who continue to make substantial contributions across different media platforms, reinforce confidence in our educational model, designed to future-proof our students against the rapidly changing media landscape. 

Conclusion

The skills-based learning at the K.R. Mangalam University has a track record of producing industry-ready recruits, and the path-breaking work done by our alumni batches reinforces our confidence in the structures in place to impart the skills relevant to the future media industry. 

At the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, K.R. Mangalam University, we don’t just educate; we empower and inspire the next generation of media professionals, equipping them with the tools to not only succeed but to redefine the media and entertainment landscapes. Turn your aspirations into achievement and dial into success with KRMU, where careers are launched, and futures are built. 

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    Journalism and Mass Communication

    A Comprehensive Guide to Journalism and Mass Communication

    June 7, 2024

    Learning is the only constant in the media and entertainment sector says Ms. Gauri Joshi, Assistant Professor at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, K.R. Mangalam University. 

    Imagine how cool it would be to study for one single degree and get access to numerous career opportunities. The School of Journalism and Mass Communication at K.R. Mangalam University gives wings to the aspirations of its students to become film directors, producers, filmmakers, radio jockeys, TV anchors, multimedia journalists, event managers, content managers, public relations managers, researchers, animators, and advertising professionals.  The B.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication) programme is designed and executed by industry professionals, and it includes training at its radio, audio-visual media lab, and multimedia centre. 

    Dial Journalism and Mass Communication @KRMU for Success

    The school instills in the students an in-depth knowledge of the subject streams of their choice and ensures that the students experience the application of these concepts in the industry through internships and live industry projects.  The students develop synthesis-level professional skills and get hands-on training on various projects. The rich experience of covering live stories and becoming a part of the studio of reputed brand names such as Aaj Tak, India Today, News24, The Newspapers Association of India, Sputnik, and All India Radio is part of the learning process at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, K.R. Mangalam University.  

    The students also get the opportunity to be mentored by seasoned journalists and professionals in the field, enriching their learning journey at K.R. Mangalam University. These mentors provide guidance and insider knowledge, helping students master the craft of effective communication—be it through writing, speaking, or visual expression. This mentorship extends to critical thinking and decision-making, attributes that are indispensable in the fast-paced media sector. The school also instils critical thinking skills in the students to ensure that they are ready for the dynamic media world. 

    A career in Journalism and Mass Communication can be both exciting and challenging. It is important to understand that, be it print, radio, television, online platforms, or corporate communication, the elementary skill set of research, presentation, and audience connection are the significant dimensions of a successful professional life in the media and entertainment sector. Learning is the only constant in the world of media. The B.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication) and M.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication) programme at K.R. Mangalam University open the doors for the following career verticals: television, cinema, newspapers, digital media, magazines, designing, data journalism, photography, and radio. 

    It is significant to mention here that the curriculum taught at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, K.R. Mangalam University is mapped to various job roles in the media and entertainment sector, ensuring alignment with industry requirements. The skills-based learning approach has proven successful, as evidenced by our track record of producing industry-ready graduates. The accomplishments of our alumni, who continue to make substantial contributions across different media platforms, reinforce confidence in our educational model, designed to future-proof our students against the rapidly changing media landscape. 

    Conclusion

    The skills-based learning at the K.R. Mangalam University has a track record of producing industry-ready recruits, and the path-breaking work done by our alumni batches reinforces our confidence in the structures in place to impart the skills relevant to the future media industry. 

    At the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, K.R. Mangalam University, we don’t just educate; we empower and inspire the next generation of media professionals, equipping them with the tools to not only succeed but to redefine the media and entertainment landscapes. Turn your aspirations into achievement and dial into success with KRMU, where careers are launched, and futures are built. 

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