SIR , Iwant to join in graduation in journalism through distance education, with the eligibility 10+2 science any where in india

i have completed my 10+2 with maths,physics,chemistry in english medium and got service in govt. organization now iam willling to join graduation in journalism through distance education pse inform the how to and where i can get admission and process etc./// regards

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    Dr Mohsin Khan | Guide-Level 13

    2011-10-09 02:33:48
    Yes, you can join graduation in Journalism after 10+2 through distance mode. Before you opt for admission in any university, please look for the following criteria-
    1) The University should be recognized by UGC.
    2) The University must be recognized by the Distance Education Council (DEC).
    Then only you can take admission.
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    Aneeket Barua Manager (Product Operation)- Infoedge India Ltd. | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-10 15:25:05
    Hi Kishore,Yes! You can pursue Journalism at graduation level but there are very few good institutes offering a Journalism course at Bachelors level.Journalism as a career is very challenging and requires a lot of hard work and patience. To become a good journalist you need to have a good command over English, Hindi and your regional language. Apart from good English you also have to be a good listener and an interpreter, so that you are able to convey exactly what is important for the people and how will it effect them. To know more about journalism you can check the below linktinyurl.com/28amsul(Simply copy paste the url in the address bar)... view more
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-10 16:30:41
    Hi Nanda,
    As correctly mentioned by Aneeket you can definitely opt for a career in Journalism with a background of Science.
    There are many institutes to offer the related courses so to make a career in Journalism; for this you can refer to the following link:
    tinyurl.com/yagtzd9
    Also, you may refer to the following links:
    tinyurl.com/yd4waa4
    tinyurl.com/2b5ttac
    Please do revert for any further query. if your query has been resolved, please close the query by rating it as the 'Best Answer'.
    All the Best!

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