|Mass communication signify the capabilities to reach out to a great number of people through any of the media – newspapers, journals, films, television etc in a positive way to educate one or to entertain one as well. Mass communication courses are becoming increasingly popular among students interested in journalism, film making, television production and programming as well as numerous other technical fields like animators, editors etc. Students and candidates interested in joining the mass communication courses should be creative, willing to work under pressure and against deadlines and also should be open to traveling as well as meeting people from all sorts of backgrounds.
Mass communication courses prepare the individuals for pursuing a career in any of the leading mass media firms like TV channels, newspapers and magazines, radio as well as films and also public relations, corporate communications and advertising. Mass communication courses are available at the different levels, ranging from diploma courses to bachelor and post graduate degrees and even further. Not only do mass communication courses open doors for the students and gives them access to work into the leading media brands in India, these courses also train people to compete with their counterparts else where in the world and many mass communication students have also made their country proud by being absorbed by some if the most renowned brands in the world.
Mass Communication Institutes in India
Some of the most reputed mass communication institutes in India are:
The various specialized mass communication courses offer to the students, in depth education into the various aspects of the subject, including the technical aspects. These courses also enable one a great insight into the practical happenings and issues emerging in the industry.
- Mass Communication Research Center, New Delhi
- National Institute of Creative Communication, Bangalore
- Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi
- Alagappa University, Tamil Nadu
- Amity School of Communication, Noida
- Institute of Mass Communication Film & Television Studies, Kolkata