If you want to make a career in journalism then do these three courses from 'Amar Ujala' media school

Everything has been disrupted worldwide due to the corona epidemic. Due to the lockdown, people shifted from traditional media like newspapers and magazines to mobile and tab based media. The cinema halls are closed and the over the top ie OTT platform has taken a strong hold. Due to these new medium, students of journalism need to prepare themselves for a new form of media. In the Corona era, it was well settled in the mind that with the huge contribution of technology, the importance is also doubled. 

In the Corona era, the utility of technology is more understood. During this period, journalists have made weapons to their mobile phones, following social distancing. Be it newspapers, news channels or digital media, journalists began to work faster adopting new technology. Simultaneously, news institutions have also understood that journalism requires a deep understanding of technology for journalists. 

New opportunities for media students

Corona has also created new opportunities for students appearing in the media. At the same time, the educational institutions also put the responsibility to prepare the students for the post-corona environment, so that the careers of the students can be improved. In such a situation, what kind of preparation should be done for the students coming in the media? If they take the general course of journalism / mass communication, are they technically competent to make their place in today's journalism? Professor CP Singh of Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University believes that after 12th students want to do Journalism / Mass Communication in Graduation course, then it is necessary to do so from an institution where availability of new age newsroom is available. So that students can also see and feel the changes in new types of journalism while studying.

Amar Ujala's Media School 'The Arohan Media School'
Amar Ujala's Media School 'The Arohan Media School' - Photo: Amar Ujala
The demand for news on the digital platform is increasing rapidly, if we talk about India only, around 400 million people use the Internet here. In the last one year, there has been a 20% increase in people using the Internet. It is estimated that by 2021 the number of Internet subscribers in India will be around 65 crore. Earlier, people used digital platform to read news, but after Corona, newspaper news has also started uploading on digital platform itself. Nearly 70 percent of the people involved in a survey of India Digital News Report 2019 admitted that they now use smartphones to read news. Most people who read and watch the news on social media are under 35 years of age.

In view of this, newspapers, news channels have started strengthening the digital platform. This is the reason that in addition to traditional fields, employment opportunities are also increasing for the youth interested in digital media. Now whether you want to work in a newspaper, or to make your mark in a news channel, it will not be possible to make a career without knowing digital media.

The youth who want to make a career in media will have to keep updating and upgrading themselves at every level. Country - People have got many means other than newspaper to stay informed about the news of the world. Now, with one click on the Internet / News app, you can enjoy the latest news, videos, photos and live TV related to the country, world, sports, business, entertainment, crime, lifestyle and anytime anywhere on your mobile.

Where to do the course?
By the way, now you will get media related courses available in every university and institute, but it is important that the course be done from a place where newsroom is present. So that students can get full benefit. Amar Ujala's media school 'The Arohan Media School' has brought three courses according to today's environment. The specialty of these courses is that they give you training according to both traditional and modern. 12th pass is a course for children in 'Bachelor's in Journalism and Mass Communication'.

On the other hand, there is 'PD Diploma in Integrated Television and Digital Media' for graduates. The specialty of both these courses is that this course prepares you for both technology and academia. The third course is for those who want to take their careers to new heights. This is just a three-month course called Certificate Course in Digital Media Marketing. Online classes are available for all these courses. All courses have 100% job placement assistance. 

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