Hi want to apply a part time course for Radio Jockey; I cant spend so much or above 30 thousand, I want in average course fees+Best Institut

I am currently working at wadala as an Operation assist. nw i really want a growth in career & best option i thought of applying in RJ..please help..or else any other course which really can help me out financially in future

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    Aneeket Barua Manager (Product Operation)- Infoedge India Ltd. | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-07 17:17:30
    Hi Hrutika,
    As a friend I would suggest you to think about your decision as jumping into a field just to grow professionally and financially.
    Rather, I would suggest you to go for course or field in which you have interest.
    But as you have asked about RJ, I would like to give you the information. Radio Jockey is a very demanding and a challenging profession and requires a lot of hard work. A Radio Jockey is a person who is basically responsible for hosting an event on radio while chatting with the audience and interviewing celebrities or general callers. The RJ is responsible for deciding the music to be played during the show and he also

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