Is there any job scope after doing BJMC course?

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    Lalit Bhandari If I agreed with you, we'd both be wrong! | Guide-Level 15

    6 years ago
    Hi Rajat,A career after mass communication requires commitment, dedication and sacrifice of personal time for the sake of staying on front or top, particularly in news industry. A journalist may have to work day in and day out to get breaking news. Similarly, media professionals who are in entertainment or film making need to work with passion which may come at the cost of their personal life.However, in a nutshell, Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication degree is enough for a person to fetch a job of any interest or of any field. I am listing you some of the excellent fields that you can pick it from:1. Sound Engineer.2. Film Directo... view more
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    OMKAR PHALE An Undergraduate student who loves to travel. | Guide-Level 13

    4 years ago
    Hello Rajat, After Bachelors in Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC) following are the job profiles one can choose among-Journalist, Columnist or ReporterPhotojournalistIllustratorPublic Relations OfficerFeature WriterStaff or Freelance WriterTV CorrespondentVideo Jockey (VJ)Radio Jockey (RJ)News AnalystEMPLOYMENT SECTORSFollowing industries provide career opportunities to the BJMC graduates:Advertising/PR/MR/Event ManagementPrint Media I.e. Newspaper, Magazine etc.Electronic Media I.e. Television, Radio etc.Publishing HouseInternet ResearchContent Writing AgenciesTop recruiters:Following are some top companies in media and entertainment se... view more
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    Mrinalani Teotia Worked with India's largest newspaper AMAR UJALA | Guide-Level 11

    3 years ago
    Hi Rajat, Yes, undoubtedly, I would say yes. There is a wide scope in every field. However, one thing to remember, this profession requires a set of dedication, hard work, patience and alertness. You must have to polish all the skills you already possess plus work upon to add on more skills. This is only possible if you have a dedication to learn something new everyday. Because look this field is open for the people who know how to use up their talent. You might have possess talent in various ways like in communication, reading, writing, leadership, photography etc. Now, let's talk about the job aspects. A student pursuing B.J. M. C. is open ... view more
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    Smita G MCA, MBA, DISM, DCA, CPISM | Guide-Level 11

    5 years ago
    Yes, of course, you can get into any of the following: reporting, editing, advertising, public relations, corporate communications, media management and television and film production. You have to choose as per your interest.
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    ABHISHEK K If you do not go to the end, why to start? | Scholar-Level 17

    2 years ago
    Hello Rajat Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication degree is enough for a person to fetch a job of any interest or of any field. I am listing you some of the excellent fields that you can pick it from:
    1. Sound Engineer.
    2. Film Director.
    3. Public Relations Officer.
    4. Sound Mixer and Sound Recorder.
    5. Special Correspondent.
    6. TV Correspondent.
    7. Producer.
    8. Radio Jockey/ RJ.
    9. Screenwriter.
    10. Art Director.
    11. Editor.
    12. Event manager.
    13. Video Jockey.
    14. Fashion Photographer Cartoonist.
    15. Illustrator.
    16. Critic.
    17. Photojournalist. Thank you.
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    Arshiya Singh | Scholar-Level 16

    10 months ago
    Film Production Jobs The types of jobs you can get after completing a Screen Production degree at APAC!Film/TV Producer. Producers perform one of the most important film production jobs. Line Producer. Location Manager. Cinematographer. Camera Operator. Post Production Specialist. Visual Arts Teacher. Wondrous in essence, social media platforms are being used by businesses for advertising and branding. The scope of Journalism & Mass communication has evolved with the potential to actually reach the world and have the world reaching back towards you. After pursuing a degree in mass communication, you can go for a career in films & TV, ... view more
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    Navneet Kaur | Guide-Level 14

    10 months ago
    After completing the undergraduate course in B.J. M. C. you can be hired by the press, web media, publishing companies, advertising and marketing companies, television broadcasting, radio broadcasting etc. If you are looking for best university for course, I would say Lovely professional University is best University to pursue this course. Students enrolled at LPU learn in a simulated environment to produce newspapers, create radio broadcasts, prepare TV news bulletins, run public relations campaigns, make video films, set up blogs, and work on social media platforms to ensure they are in step with the industry. LPU focus on training responsi... view more
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    Puneet Singh Alumni at LPU Jalandhar | Scholar-Level 17

    11 months ago
    Dear Rajat, After completing the undergraduate course in B.J. M. C. you can be hired by the press, web media, publishing companies, advertising and marketing companies, television broadcasting, radio broadcasting, etc. Now coming to the university, LPU is best for pursuing a B.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication). As my cousin completed his degree in this stream last year. The programme is designed to expose students to all dimensions of Print, Electronic, and New Age Media. As we all know, Mass Communication is a medium of dispersing information to many people. The term is not limited to only journalism but spreads its branches to various ... view more
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    Palak Patel | Contributor-Level 6

    9 months ago
    There are so many beats in Journalism you will definitely find an interest in one of them and get a good exposure in the market. Still, you can check the below-mentioned job opportunities:
    1. Sound Engineer.
    2. Film Director.
    3. Public Relations Officer.
    4. Sound Mixer and Sound Recorder.
    5. Special Correspondent.
    6. TV Correspondent.
    7. Producer.
    8. Radio Jockey/ RJ.
    9. Screenwriter.
    10. Art Director.
    11. Editor.
    12. Event manager.
    13. Video Jockey.
    14. Fashion Photographer
    15. Illustrator.
    16. Critic.
    17. Photojournalist
    18. PR Specialist
    Join NIMCJ to pursue your dream career in mass communication and journalism.
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    preeti verma | Contributor-Level 9

    8 months ago
    These are the range of vistas open to you after doing a course in BJMC:
    Journalist
    TV Film director or producer
    Content wrtier
    Event Manager
    PRO
    Digital Marketing expert
    Radio Jockey (RJ)
    Screenwriter
    Sound Engineer
    Sound Mixer and Sound Recordist
    TV Correspondent
    Producer
    Art Director
    Technical Communication Specialist
    Web Producer
    Journalism and Films are associated with glamour. One gets to know the whose who of the country and the world by becoming a journalist. One gets to meet people of all strata of society. The job involves keen observation and analytical mind. Its stressful at the times of events as one has to meet deadlines.

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