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12th July 2017, 04:06 PM
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Am I eligible to do diploma in Journalism after completion of B.Com?


Am I eligible to do diploma in Journalism after completion of B.Com? Will it be good for me in future? What is the scope? I am interested in Journalism and wanted to set my career in the same? So, can you please give me the details soon? Thank you!




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13th July 2017, 05:48 PM
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Default Re: Am I eligible to do diploma in Journalism after completion of B.Com?

Yes, you are eligible to get admission in diploma in journalism course. The duration of course is one year.

The eligibility to get admission in course is candidate must have passed 12th from a recognised board or bachelor degree in any discipline.

Some of the colleges and institutes offering the course are :-

A.P College of Journalism, Hyderabad.

Dev Samaj College of Women, Firozpur.

The available job recruitment options are :

Academic Institute.

Social Media.

Newspaper and Magazines.
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14th July 2017, 12:47 PM
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Default Re: Am I eligible to do diploma in Journalism after completion of B.Com?

Yes after completing graduation degree you are eligible for the Diploma course in Journalism. It will be good for your career if you do the course well from reputed colleges.

Scope
* As a news reporter
* As a media researcher
* As a creative visualizer
* As a content developer
* As a Translater

Colleges where you can do
** Delhi school of communication
** Amity University
** National Institute of Mass communication, Ahmedabad
** NBA School of mass communication, Delhi
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