Top Mass Communication Colleges in Cochin, Journalism 2018

Mass Communication Colleges in Cochin 2018

Mass Communication Colleges in Cochin are in great demand among students aspiring to become successful journalists in the future. Journalism and mass communication are the indispensable part of any society, and this is another reason for the demand for mass communication courses in Cochin. The top mass communication institutes in Cochin offers mass communication and journalism courses at different levels. Media institutes in Cochin offer courses right from diploma and certificate courses to PG and even Ph. D in mass communication and journalism. Journalism colleges in Cochin generally admit students based on the merit they have secured at their higher secondary level. Mr Mukesh Maheshwari, a career counsellor, suggests that candidates interested in a career in media in Cochin should possess the right skill to gather information and data. The scope of mass communication and journalism degree/diploma in Cochin is very wide.

Journalism Courses in Cochin

The best Journalism Institutes in Cochin possess the excellent track record of producing eminent journalists, who are shining in media at present. After successful completion of a degree in Mass Communication, students can do PG from one of the Mass Comm College in Cochin. Journalism as a career in Cochin will be a right fit for candidates, who wish to work close with the public. A mass communication job in Cochin will provide better opportunity for candidates to explore different places. With experience and expertise in such a work in Cochin candidates can grow in their corporate ladder. Candidates specializing themselves in news journalism in Cochin can get employed in top organizations like DD News, Times Now, NDTV, The Hindu etc.

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0 # Jayesh 2017-09-01
Hii, I would like to know Can I take up Bachelor of Journalism & Mass communication course for a career in journalism?
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0 # Mukesh 2017-09-02
'Yes, this is the most common and popular course taken up by candidates who are interested in a career in journalism and mass communication, most institutio in India including Cochin admit students based on higher secondary score, some do conduct entrance test for admission of the right candidates.'
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0 # Jayesh 2017-08-17
Can I take up the PG Diploma course in Journalism and Mass Communication only if I am a graduate, also suggest good journalism colleges in Cochin
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0 # Jagan 2017-08-18
'Yes, your guess is right, it is a PG diploma course and you should be a graduate in any discipline to apply, Also, you should have two years working experience in media/communication organizations in positions like scriptwriter, sub-editor and related posts, find good colleges here , '
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0 # Aayush 2017-07-02
What skills should I develop for a career in journalism, also suggest journalism colleges in Cochin?
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0 # Mukesh 2017-07-03
'For a successful career in journalism, you should have good command over oral and written English, you should have an eye to detail, should possess strong proofreading and editing skills and, a general understanding of current events.Also, you should be curious about your surroundings and you should develop your skill to complete works with tight deadlines, find good journalism colleges , '
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0 # Jayesh Older than three months
Hii, I am from Cochin, plz advise me Can I choose journalism as my career after completion of B.A in Mass Communication?
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0 # Jagan Older than three months
'Yes, in India many colleges offer Bachelor of Art in Mass Communication with specialization in journalism in print, electronic & cyber media among other specializations, If you choose such a type of course , you can very well get into a career in journalism in Cochin or any other place in India'
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0 # Aayush Older than three months
Hello, I am from Cochin, plz tell me Can I get a placement when I do my UG course in journalism?
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0 # Mukesh Older than three months
'The answer to this question relies on the institution in which you do your journalism course. Even though admission procedures will be tough in some institutions of Cochin or any other place, you can get the opportunity to participate in campus interviews in some institutions.'
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0 # pinky Older than three months
iI want toiknow more about the placements
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0 # saheer Older than three months
ineed to know more details this course
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0 # Assiyath Older than three months
pls forward the details of distance ba journalism course in cochi
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0 # Kavya R.s Older than three months
journalism course in kochin
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0 # Guest Older than three months
Hi Unnati,

Universities for Journalism through distance learning

Alagappa University
A P Singh University
Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya
Bharathidasan University
Dr B R Ambedkar Open University
Dr Hari Singh Gour Vishwavidyalaya
Guru Ghasidas University
Guru Jambeshwar University
Indira Gandhi National Open University
Kakatiya University
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0 # Guest Older than three months
looking for a journalism graduation course. Done 12 th and scored 70% marks in science in the year 2000.

Looking for distance learning /evening college
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+1 # Guest Older than three months
Career in Journalism India

If one is looking for a lot of excitement, prestige and glamour then journalism has all these to offer and much more. Anyone who has a nose for news and want to make a difference to the society and work even in erratic shifts can opt for journalism as a career. The job of a journalist usually involves reporting, writing and editing reports. The medium could either be newspaper, television, magazine, radio, Internet. The positions held by journalists can be varied- like a journalist could be a reporter, a sub- editor, a magazine specialist, a feature writer, a freelancer, a stringer, a photojournalist, etc.

A good journalist should be able to report with candid knack and have brilliant ideas to churn out exciting new stories everyday. When he is reporting, he has to define the parameters, which would ensure that he is not indulging in any type copyright violations and that his reporting is not amounting to any kind of defamation. He has to gather quality news through various sources, do research that would act as a backup to his report and present it in such a manner that is easily understood by anyone.

Today, journalism in India has got lot of scope with media barons opening new channels or newspapers or publishing houses on a regular basis. The competition is so rife that each channel or newspaper tires to produce something exclusive, which in turn has given the audience a great deal of variety and this in turn has led to a lot of job-openings.

India has two main news agencies- Press Trust of India (PTI), established on August 27, 1947 when it took over the operations of the Associated Press of India and the Indian operations of Reuters; and United News of India (UNI), which began its operations on March 21.

Apart from this, there are other agencies too like Indo Asian News Service (IANS), Hindustan Samachar, Samachar Bharati, etc.Some of the leading newspapers of India are- Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, Indian Express, etc and the leading News channels include Aaj Tak, NDTV, CNN-IBN, Times Now, etc.
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+3 # Guest Older than three months
Kerala Press Academy, is an academy of journalists in Kerala. It was established on March 19th 1979. It is a joint venture of the Government of Kerala, Kerala Union of Working Journalists and Indian Newspaper Society. The head office of Kerala Press Academy is located at Kakkanad, Kochi, Kerala.

Its primary aim is to foster and co-ordinate activities in the sphere of Journalism. The Academy has set up a full-fledged institute, published books and monographs, organized seminars and workshops and instituted endowments and awards for promoting excellence in the field of journalism.
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Career in Journalism India

If one is looking for a lot of excitement, prestige and glamour then journalism has all these to offer and much more. Anyone who has a nose for news and want to make a difference to the society and work even in erratic shifts can opt for journalism as a career. The job of a journalist usually involves reporting, writing and editing reports. The medium could either be newspaper, television, magazine, radio, Internet. The positions held by journalists can be varied- like a journalist could be a reporter, a sub- editor, a magazine specialist, a feature writer, a freelancer, a stringer, a photojournalist, etc.

A good journalist should be able to report with candid knack and have brilliant ideas to churn out exciting new stories everyday. When he is reporting, he has to define the parameters, which would ensure that he is not indulging in any type copyright violations and that his reporting is not amounting to any kind of defamation. He has to gather quality news through various sources, do research that would act as a backup to his report and present it in such a manner that is easily understood by anyone.

Today, journalism in India has got lot of scope with media barons opening new channels or newspapers or publishing houses on a regular basis. The competition is so rife that each channel or newspaper tires to produce something exclusive, which in turn has given the audience a great deal of variety and this in turn has led to a lot of job-openings.

India has two main news agencies- Press Trust of India (PTI), established on August 27, 1947 when it took over the operations of the Associated Press of India and the Indian operations of Reuters; and United News of India (UNI), which began its operations on March 21.

Apart from this, there are other agencies too like Indo Asian News Service (IANS), Hindustan Samachar, Samachar Bharati, etc.Some of the leading newspapers of India are- Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, Indian Express, etc and the leading News channels include Aaj Tak, NDTV, CNN-IBN, Times Now, etc.
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0 # Guest Older than three months
i want more deatails and prospectus journalism course
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