The pen is mightier than the sword. Or nowadays, pixels too, because you cant ignore the role of digital media in the journalism. Over the last few years, the world has witnessed an explosive growth in communication technology and media. As boundaries have blurred and the entire global community seems to have converged on the Internet, mass communication, media and journalism as streams of study and career become important.
What you need to have a career in these fields
Traditionally, people with above average communication skills and / or a degree in literature were considered to be ideal candidates for journalism and media studies. However, with the advent of technology, skilled professionals are required to work fast and efficiently to convey the message to the intended audience. Blogs and self-qualified ‘experts’ are a dime a dozen nowadays but it only takes someone with professional training to make the grade.
You should be inquisitive, alert, confident and perseverance. You should have a way with words and be able to express your thoughts to a varied audience clearly and concisely.
A professional qualification opens up doors for a career in TV, publishing, PR, journalism, publishing, advertising, films etc.
Pearl Academy launches School of Media and Journalism
In India, there are not enough avenues for a person seeking a professional, educational degree in media or journalism. Identifying this gap, Pearl Academy has launched courses in these fields:
1. UG Pathway in Journalism and Mass Media
2. UG Pathway in Fashion Media Communication
Postgraduate diploma courses:
1. Journalism and Mass Media
2. Fashion Communication
1 year Certificate courses:
1. Professional Photography
Please visit www.pearlacademy.com/school-of-journalismfor detailed information on these courses.