“Journalism is what we need to make democracy work”. ~Walter Cronkite “Journalism is about results. It’s about affecting your community or your society in the most progressive way.” ~Anas Aremeyaw Anas Journalism, is the collection, verification, presentation, and editing of news for presentation through the media. Media here refers to the study of the product and production of news. The study of journalism involves looking at how news is produced, and how it is disseminated to the public through mass media outlets such as newspapers, news channel, radio station, television station, and more recently, e-readers and smartphones. The information provided pertains to current events, trends, issues, and people. There are some journalism majors as below: Photo editing Advanced Photography Video Production Public Relations and Writing Foreign Study in Journalism Environmental Reporting Marketing Principles of Creative Advertising Branding Yourself Covering Economics Media Types of Journalism: Broadcast Journalism Communications Fashion Journalism Foreign Correspondent Freelance Writing Investigative Journalist Newspaper Reporter Photojournalism Social Media Sports Journalism
|Entrance Exam||Some institutions give admissions on the basis of merit/University-level entrance exams, other institutions conduct their own entrance test.|
|Average Course Fee||₹30,000 to ₹3,50,000|
|Goal||Sub-Editor, Associate Editor, Proof Reader|
Arun Shourie- He is an Indian economist, journalist, author and politician. He has worked as an economist with the World Bank, a consultant to the Planning Commission of India, editor of the Indian Express and The Times of India and a Minister of Communications and Information Technology in the Vajpayee Ministry (1998–2004). He was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award in 1982 and the Padma Bhushan in 1990, a consultant to the Planning Commission of India, editor of the Indian Express and The Times of India and a Minister of Communications and Information Technology in the Vajpayee Ministry (1998–2004). He was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award in 1982 and the Padma Bhushan in 1990. Shortly after receiving PhD in economics from Syracuse University Shourie joined World Bank as an economist in 1967 where he worked for more than 10 years. Simultaneously, between 1972–74, he was a consultant to the Indian Planning Commission and it was around this time that he began writing articles as a journalist, criticising economic policy.