Circulation & Public Relations
Legal Affairs Department
Radio Telecasting Companies
All India Radio
Public Relations Officer
Radio Jockey (RJ)
Staff or Freelance Writer
Video Jockey (VJ)
The Degree Course trains the aspirants regarding editing, writing, photographing etc.
After completion of the course, the candidates can go for higher education in Master of Journalism & Mass Communication [MJMC].
Students can also find employment with newspapers, periodicals and magazines, central information service, press information bureau, websites, AIR and TV channels.
They can also take up the job of writing for multimedia and the web such as writing news and other articles. They must have a skill for writing precise text adaptive to the environment.
The average minimum pay for a Journalism graduate is around Rs. 3,70,000 or a higher amount of salary depending on the type of job and skills of the candidate.