Updated on May 13, 2022 04:37 IST
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Ritika SrivastavaAssociate Senior Executive, Editorial

Mass Communication is a medium of dispersing information to a large number of people. The term is not limited to only journalism but spreads its branches to various other media fields including newsgathering and reporting, film direction and production, event management, public relations, advertising, corporate communication, and the list continues.

In recent years, the field of mass communication and media has evolved into a partially interactive concept that touches almost every aspect of human life. And, with the sheer proliferation of media into our lives through newspaper, television, and the internet the field of mass communication is gaining popularity like never before. The course offers numerous career opportunities to candidates which are not only high paying but also bring in job satisfaction and expression of creativity.

Mass Communication and Media Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility criteria for undergraduate and postgraduate mass communication courses offered at different institutions is mentioned below:

UG Courses: All candidates should clear Class 12th in any stream from a recognised board with the minimum required percentage (50% - 60%) as stipulated by a university/ college. Eligibility criteria of some universities/ colleges also require candidates to be minimum 17 years in age at the time of admissions.   

PG Courses: All candidates should clear graduation in any stream from a recognised university with the minimum required percentage (50% - 60%) as stipulated by a university/ college. Eligibility criteria of some universities/ colleges also require candidates to be minimum 23 years or more in age at the time of admissions.   

Candidates can pursue mass communication and media course at the undergraduate or postgraduate level. Some of the popular courses that candidates pursue at undergraduate and postgraduate levels are:

Mass Communication and Media Entrance Exams

Admission to a majority of colleges/ universities offering mass communication and media courses is done on the basis of candidates’ performance in the written entrance exam followed by a personal interview round. However, some institutions also offer direct admission to candidates on the basis of their performance in the qualifying exam (Class XII or graduation). Some of the top Mass Communication entrance exams are  as follows: 

Mass Communication and Media Required Skillset

Unlike the complex streams of engineering and medical, one does not need to have a “set formula” to succeed in the field of mass communication and media. However, all that one needs is the passion, drive and right skills to make it big as mass communication and media professional. Have a look at the kind of skills and traits needed to build a career in mass communication:

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Mass Communication & Media Skillset

Creativity

Confidence

Communication skills

Ability to work under strict deadlines

Networking skills

Research skills

Interviewing skills

Observation skills

Problem-solving skills

Interpretation skills

Critical thinking

Ability to work under rough conditions

Good interviewing skills

Ability to express ideas and thoughts clearly

Aptitude for presenting information in a precise and effective manner

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Course Curriculum for Mass Communication & Media

Subjects that candidates study in mass communication and media depend on the type of course (UG/ PG/ Degree/ Diploma/ Certificate) they pursue. However, the curriculum of any course that a candidate pursues covers both theories as well as practical experience in the form of internships, study tours, seminars, etc. Given below is the course curriculum of the two popular mass communication and media programmes – BJMC and MJMC:

BJMC Course Curriculum

Writing for Media

Introduction to Journalism (Reporting, Writing & Editing)

Indian Culture

Socio-Economic & Political Scenario

Basics of Design & Graphics

History of Print & Broadcasting in India

Print Journalism

Media Laws & Ethics

Still Photography

State Politics & Constitution

Theory of Communication

Application of Computer in Media

Development & Communication

Radio Journalism & Production

Media Management

Basics of Camera, Lights & Sound

Folk Media

Television Journalism & Production

Introduction to Advertising

Public Relations

Fundamentals of Economics & Indian Economy

National & International Affairs

Advertising Practices

Event Management: Principles & Methods

Media Research

Environment Communication

Tribal Communication

Communication Research

Media Organisation & Management

Contemporary Issues

Global Media Scenario

Value Education

MJMC Course Curriculum

Introduction to Communication

Print Media in India: Growth & Development

Print Media - Reporting & Desk

Electronic Media

Advertising

Current Affairs

Development Communication

Media Management

Media Law and Ethics

Radio & TV Production Techniques

New Media Technology

Print Media

Intercultural and International Communication

Public Relations and Corporate Communication

Media and Human Rights

Film Studies

Media and Society

Photography

Intercultural Communication

Environment Communication

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Mass Communication and Media Specialisations

The field of Journalism and Mass Communication is vast and the options are innumerable. You can go through the top mass comm specialisations. 

Journalism

The first form of Journalism was through writing and through writing, the masses were informed. From letters to newspapers to now reading the news on your smartphone, the basic job of a journalist is to gather, assess, create and present news and information which should be disseminated to the masses. Students who opt for a Bachelor's in Mass Communication, are taught about how to write for media, the history of media, the pattern, the flare and how to produce newsworthy content. You can go on to write various beats in the news such as politics, sports, entertainment, technology and much more.

Broadcasting

Broadcasting is basically the face of Mass Communication. Through broadcast, media channels connect to the masses electronically, via radio, television and webcasting. The field of broadcasting started in the early 1900's when the radio was first introduced in 1957. Following radio, television was introduced in 1959 and the daily transmission beginning in 1965. Through broadcast media, the masses get to see and hear content i.e audio-visual content. In the field of broadcast, students who study journalism and mass communication can take up jobs in media channels (TV & Radio). You can go on to be an anchor of a leading media channel in India, or can go out to report live from abroad. If you are into the technicality arena, students can get to work with production and the camera as well. 

Public Relations

Now how does Public Relations fit in with Mass Communication? It's quite simple. Other than reporting news, you are reporting for an organisation and thusly promote the organisation you work for. Public Relations is all about building and promoting the brand image along with upholding the organisation's reputation. A PR focuses on maintaining a positive image between the public and the media. If you love communicating and want to take it up professionally, PR is the job you are aiming for. 

Event Management

If you are wondering how an event is all planned out, well it takes months in the making to host a successful event and emerge with profits. Event Management as a career requires people to plan, create and organise an event. An event which could range from a political rally to a rock concert to hosting a college fest. As a part of an event management group, people specialise in different areas in the event management sector such as logistics, creation, to handling budgets and accounts. However, the main aim of planning an event is to promote the brand and gathering the right target audience. The various types of events that are hosted are as follows: 

Awards Parties
Launches VIP Events
Exhibitions Sports Events Meetings
Roadshows Conferences
Weddings Festivals
Concerts Charity Events
Fashion Events

Advertising

Advertising is an art. For art to stand out, the content needs to be creative, eye-catching and interesting. Advertising is the means of communication with a product or service through paid promotion from clients. Advertising is always present, be it paid or none paid. Be it television, radio, newspapers, billboards, the internet, the ads are everywhere. Nowadays, before you can even watch a YouTube video, an ad pops up. There are various advertising agencies that make, create and promote the idea a client wants. 

Mass Communication & Media: Job Profiles & Top Recruiters

Candidates successfully completing a mass communication course have ample career opportunities in various media fields. A professional course in mass communication opens doors for a career in television, films, publishing, journalism, editing, public relations, event management, filmmaking, production, scriptwriting, direction, advertising, and so on. Depending on personal interest, a mass communication professional can choose to be a journalist, actor, radio jockey, video jockey, director, editor, screenwriter, event manager, advertising agent, copywriter, media planner, and the list continues. To know the profiles of different jobs that mass communication and media candidates can take up, click on the links below: Some of the top recruiters in the field of mass communication and media are:

Top Recruiters for Mass Communication Candidates

Hindustan Times

Times Group

The Pioneer

India Today Group

The Hindu

Outlook

Indian Express

All India Radio

India TV

Zee Network

Network 18

Doordarshan

BBC

NDTV

Star India

Cineyug Entertainments

Balaji Telefilms Limited

Wizcraft Entertainment

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FAQs for Mass Communication and Media

Q. What are the major mass communication and media channels and examples?

A. The most common modes or channels for mass communication include Television, Social media, Radio and Print Media. Talking about examples, then commercial advertising, public relations, journalism and more are some general examples of mass communication.

Q. What are the popular mass communication and media Colleges in Delhi?

A. In Delhi, JIMS (Jagannath Institute of Management Science), LSR (Lady Shri Ram College for Women), IIMC (Indian Institute of Mass Communication), DCAC (Delhi College of Arts and Commerce), AIMC (Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication) are known for their Mass Communication Programmes.

Q. What jobs are offered in the mass communication and media field?

A. A professional course in mass communication opens doors for a career in print media, digital media, films & television, public relations, journalism, copywriting, production and more. In short, courses or subjects covered under the mass communication programme widens up the horizon of career options for an individual. Choosing a career depends on one's interest.

Q. What is a mass communication and media course all about?

A. Mass communication can simply be defined as the process of creating, sending, receiving and analysing message to the target audience, using various mediums of media. The various mediums are – print media, digital media, radio, television and more.

Q. Which programme or course is best for mass communication and media?

A. Mass communication is one field wherein a person can develop good communication skills and make themselves big in the market. However, some of the popular Mass Communication courses offered at the undergraduate level include:

Q. Where can one apply with a degree in mass communication and media?

A. There are numerous media houses, news channels etc that one can work with after graduating from a mass communication course. Some of the top recruiters for Mass Communication graduates include:
  • Times Group

  • Hindustan Times

  • Star India

  • Zee Network

  • Balaji Telefilms Limited

  • Cineyug Entertainments

Q. What are a few career options or job profiles after pursuing a course in mass communication and media?

A. With a degree in mass communication, you can be a News Anchor, News Editor, Actor, Radio Jockey, Journalist, Advertiser, Event Manager, Photographer, Professor and more.

Q. Which are the top Government mass communication and media colleges in India?

A. Talking about Government colleges for Journalism and Mass Communication, IIMC, LSR, DCAC (Delhi College of Arts and Commerce), FTII (Film and Television Institute of India), IP College (Indraprastha College for Women), AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Milia Islamia University are some of the best colleges for the course.

Q. Which are some popular mass communication and media entrance exams in India?

A. Many of the top colleges for Journalism and Mass Communication in India offer admissions based on the performance of candidates in the university level or state level entrance exam. Some of the exams are – IIMC Entrance Exam, XIC OET by Xavier Institute of Communications, DUET, ACJ Entrance Exam, UPU CET by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Jamia Milia Islamia Entrance Exam and more.

Q. After the COVID-19 crisis, are colleges accepting/taking admissions in mass communication and media course?

A. Yes, the admission process is still on for the courses, but the procedure is getting conducted in online mode only.

Q. Which level courses are there in mass communication and media and what is their duration?

A. The courses level and duration differ, usually, a Diploma in Mass Communication is of 1 year, Advance Diploma in Mass Communication is of 2 years, BVOC and Bachelor’s in Journalism and Mass Communication are of 3 years, while Master of Journalism and Mass Communication is of 2-year.

Q. What is the basic eligibility for various mass communication and media programmes?

A. For an undergraduate Mass Communication programme, a candidate must be a higher secondary graduate. However, for a Master of Journalism and Mass Communication, a graduation degree in any stream from a recognised university is mandatory.

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