Media and entertainment go hand-in-hand with MBA

Media and entertainment go hand-in-hand with MBA

Media and entertainment go hand-in-hand with MBA

How does an MBA fit into the Media and Entertainment industry? GEMS B School answers that with qualifying authority as it aims to bridge the acute shortage of managers with necessary industry knowledge and orientation. Facilitating a unique convergence of media and management, GEMS B School's MBA in Media and Entertainment is a 2 year full time MBA built with premium content from global players like CNBC TV 18, Harvard Business Publications and 24x7 Learning.

Being supported by the Network 18 Company, the program covers the world of television, film, music, radio(FM), live events management, and offers special insight into the India Premiere League (IPL) allowing students to better understand the strong connection between management and media.

Rightfully so, as the Indian entertainment industry is poised to grow from Rs58,000 crore to Rs1,05,200 crore by 2016, a course specifically catering to the industry comes at an appropriate hour. This opens up various opportunities for talented youth in India.

The programme offered at GEMS B SCHOOL is a UGC-recognised MBA from Annamalai University. The programme will be delivered by faculty members from IIMs across India and other top B-schools. Guest lecturers from the media industry will be visiting the campus on a regular basis allowing the students to gain some much-required industry perspective.

The school comes under the umbrella of the Mysore Maharaja Institute of Higher Education whose chief patron is Sri Srikantadutta Narasimha Raja Wadiyar, MA, LLB.

The school's academic advisor is professor Chambi Puranik, former dean of KSOU and former acting vice chancellor of Mysore University. Apart from the respectable academic banner, the industry partnership is also well sorted out, just so the students know they are in good hands.

For this purpose, the programme is supported by Network 18,the country's largest and most versatile media house which offers channels like CNN IBN, CNBC, Nickelodeon, Network 18, IBN 7, MTV, VH1, Colors, Forbes, E18, Studio 18, Home Shop 18, Info media 18 and Support 18.

The full time five-days-a-week two years programme will be conducted at GEMS B School campus located amidst sylvan surroundings in the heart of the city very close to the Bangalore Palace. In the first year, students will internalise general management subjects like Management Process and Organisation, Organisational Structure and Behaviour, Business Communication, Financial Accounting, Quantitative Techniques, Business Law, Marketing Management, Managerial Economics, Financial Management and Strategic Management.

In the second year, students will focus on media related subjects like Media Management, Media Business, Sound Production and Music Industry Management, Event Management and Stage Production, Film and TV Production and Programming Management.

The 2 year programme also facilitates opportunities for internships and placements with any one of the Network 18 group of companies like CNN IBN, CNBC, MTV, VH1, Colors, Nickelodeon, Studio 18, Forbes India or the others.

The course has limited seats and is open to only 40 students. Admissions are currently open and students can join the course by filling an application form and paying the first installment fee. The classes will commence from the first week of January.

As the entertainment industry requires computer savvy individuals, every student will be provided with a laptop at the commencement of the course

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How does an MBA fit into the Media and Entertainment industry? GEMS B School answers that with qualifying authority as it aims to bridge the acute shortage of managers with necessary industry knowledge and orientation. Facilitating a unique convergence of media and management, GEMS B School's MBA in Media and Entertainment is a 2 year full time MBA built with premium content from global players like CNBC TV 18, Harvard Business Publications and 24x7 Learning.

Being supported by the Network 18 Company, the program covers the world of television, film, music, radio(FM), live events management, and offers special insight into the India Premiere League (IPL) allowing students to better understand the strong connection between management and media.

Rightfully so, as the Indian entertainment industry is poised to grow from Rs58,000 crore to Rs1,05,200 crore by 2016, a course specifically catering to the industry comes at an appropriate hour. This opens up various opportunities for talented youth in India.

The programme offered at GEMS B SCHOOL is a UGC-recognised MBA from Annamalai University. The programme will be delivered by faculty members from IIMs across India and other top B-schools. Guest lecturers from the media industry will be visiting the campus on a regular basis allowing the students to gain some much-required industry perspective.

The school comes under the umbrella of the Mysore Maharaja Institute of Higher Education whose chief patron is Sri Srikantadutta Narasimha Raja Wadiyar, MA, LLB.

The school's academic advisor is professor Chambi Puranik, former dean of KSOU and former acting vice chancellor of Mysore University. Apart from the respectable academic banner, the industry partnership is also well sorted out, just so the students know they are in good hands.

For this purpose, the programme is supported by Network 18,the country's largest and most versatile media house which offers channels like CNN IBN, CNBC, Nickelodeon, Network 18, IBN 7, MTV, VH1, Colors, Forbes, E18, Studio 18, Home Shop 18, Info media 18 and Support 18.

The full time five-days-a-week two years programme will be conducted at GEMS B School campus located amidst sylvan surroundings in the heart of the city very close to the Bangalore Palace. In the first year, students will internalise general management subjects like Management Process and Organisation, Organisational Structure and Behaviour, Business Communication, Financial Accounting, Quantitative Techniques, Business Law, Marketing Management, Managerial Economics, Financial Management and Strategic Management.

In the second year, students will focus on media related subjects like Media Management, Media Business, Sound Production and Music Industry Management, Event Management and Stage Production, Film and TV Production and Programming Management.

The 2 year programme also facilitates opportunities for internships and placements with any one of the Network 18 group of companies like CNN IBN, CNBC, MTV, VH1, Colors, Nickelodeon, Studio 18, Forbes India or the others.

The course has limited seats and is open to only 40 students. Admissions are currently open and students can join the course by filling an application form and paying the first installment fee. The classes will commence from the first week of January.

As the entertainment industry requires computer savvy individuals, every student will be provided with a laptop at the commencement of the course. The fee structure for the programme is affordable and payable in seven installments. On campus hostel accommodation is available for both boys and girls.


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0 # Nishith Older than three months
I belong to Dibrugarh, plz tell me As per 2016 ranking, which is the best MBBS college in India
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0 # Pallavi Older than three months
The first position is held by Delhi AIIMS, followed by Vellore’s Christian Medical College, AFMC, Pune, Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi and the fifth position is held by the GGMC & SIR J.J. Hospital in Mumbai, you can also find some good colleges in Dibrugarh- Assam Medical College
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0 # Rohan Older than three months
Hi, I want to know the type of questions asked in CAT Written test, also tell me is there any good MBA college in Bellary
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0 # Shruti Older than three months
There are three type of questions in CAT exam i.e. quantitative aptitude, data interpretation and verbal and reading comprehension, there are various MBA colleges in Bellary- V.V. Sahgha'S Vijayanagara Institute Of Management, Bellary ; V V Sanghas Vijayanagara Institute of Management ; Bellary Engineering College
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0 # Himmat Older than three months
Hello, I want to know about the entrance exam for MBA, also suggest some MBA colleges in Rupnagar
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0 # Pallavi Older than three months
There are various exams for MBA i.e. CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP, etc, you can give CAT for IIMs, find MBA colleges in Rupnagar here-Doaba Inst Of Engg & Tech ; Rayat & Bahra Institute Of Engg. & Bio-Tech
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