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Journalism is collecting, writing, editing, and presenting of news articles in newspapers, magazines, radio and in television broadcasts. Journalism is a form that tells people about things that really happened and it involves in various areas of works like reporting, writing, editing, photographing, broadcasting or cable casting news items. Journalism includes investigating, analyzing and reporting local as well as world events, trends, current affairs, and so on. Journalism is all about craft with established rules, procedures and guidelines, as well as techniques and deadlines.

Journalism is divided into two categories

1. Print Journalism includes newspapers, magazines and journals. In print journalism one can    work as editors, reporters, columnists, correspondents etc.

2. Electronic journalism includes working for Radio, Television and the Web.

Some forms of Journalism include :

Advocacy journalism writing to advocate particular viewpoints of the audience.

Broadcast journalism writing or speaking which is intended to be distributed by radio or television broadcasting.

Investigative journalism writing which seeks to add extra information to explain, or better describe the people and events of a particular topic.

Tabloid journalism writing which uses opinionated or wild claims.

Yellow journalism (or sensationalism) writing which emphasizes exaggerated claims or rumors.

Drone journalism use of drones to capture journalistic footage.


Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with any subjects to get admission    into bachelor’s degree program.

2. Bachelor’s degree in journalism/mass communication.

3. Post-graduate degree in journalism/mass communication.



Graduates of Journalism are employed in newspapers, periodicals and magazines, central information service, press information bureau, websites, AIR and TV channels. Journalists work as editors, reporters, columnists, correspondents, staff or freelance writer, photojournalists, news analysts, Associate Editor, Sub Editor, Proof Reader, Researchers, Production Workers, Sound technicians, Camera Workers etc.

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