Journalism and Media practices have evolved with time. New methods for delivering information to the audiences too have evolved and adapted. The mediums, print and television, which are now referred as traditional, are overtaken by digitalized forms like, the web, mobile, and artistic visually appealing intermediates like films, and advertising. To train young aspirants and professionals and to acquire the global new media techniques, many institutes have launched such creative programmes in Media and Communication. Careers360 guides you on some of these modern media programmes with good placement opportunities, besides the regular graduate Journalism and Mass Communication degree.
Why study Off beat Media Programmes?
The New Media and Communication programme is all about combining the fundamentals of effective communication with new techniques and technologies. It provides visually stimulating and an interactive experience; to both students and professionals.
This area of study is becoming a specialised sector wherein students and professionals multi-task and develop multiple talents. Their learnings and roles are no longer limited to just writing for print or speaking for radio or television. Often they take photographs, shoot videos, design advertorials or produce films. This New media and communication field rely not only on verbal and visual skills but also on continuous practical learnings about the advancements in the digital media sector.
With a demand in this sector and to fuel-up the passion in creative fields, some of the new programmes across universities are:
Off beat Media and Communication Programmes
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Media in Contemporary Society (M.Phil)
Masters degree in Social Sciences or Humanities or Law or Cultural Studies or Media Studies with at least 5 5% marks.
Post Graduate Programme in Media and entertainment
Graduates from any stream from a recognised university
Symbiosis Institute Of Media & Communication, Pune
MBA in Communication Management
Any graduate from a recognised university with 50% (45% for SC/ST) aggregate
Post Graduate Certificate Programme in Crafting Creative Communication
WLCI School of Media
Executive Diploma in Journalism / Film / PR
Symbiosis School Of Photography
Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts and Photography)
Pass12th standard or equivalent from recognised university/board
BA in Mass Communication (Creative Media Production)
Pass12th standard or equivalent from recognised university/board.
Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts & Communication
Postgraduate Diploma in Advertising and Public Relations
Bachelor's degree (Graduates in any discipline)
As media evolves to a direct-to-consumer world, the competition rises among the disruptive companies to race and reach audiences first. Companies need candidates with a thirst for the technology and knowledge about the use of new growing mediums to expand the company’s presence in the media market. After completing their programme in New Media and Communication, they are offered various level jobs across firms like,
Integrated, Print & Broadcast Media Companies
Video, Social, Mobile companies
Rich Media companies
Media Buying Platforms
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