Journalism training courses and schoolsTotal 47 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in India.
Cert., BA, BSc, MA, MSc programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Journalism CertificateCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Certificate program is a three-month part time program with specialization in Journalism. Alternate specializations are available along with dual specializations.
The title award at the end of the Certificate program with a specialization in Journalism shall be Certificate course in Journalism. Title awards for dual specializations shall vary depending on the relevant specializations.
Classes/ practicum &, studies will be conducted four times/ week on an average. Classes are conducted Monday to Friday. Classes may be in any slot from 11.30 am to 6 pm. Preferences are taken before allocating slots. Slots are allocated on first come first served and availability. Extra training/ practicum beyond these hours are bound to occur.
Journalism (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The COEMBA is an eleven - month, full time, career oriented Master level program with a specialization in Journalism. Alternate specializations are available along with dual specializations. A trainee pursuing this training program will not be able to pursue any other part time or full time study or training program or work.
The title award at the end of the COEMBA program with a specialization in Journalism shall be COEMBA â?Journalism. Title awards for dual specializations shall vary depending on the relevant specializations.
10 am to 7 pm Monday to Friday. Extra training / practicum beyond these hours are bound to occur.
JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
â?Art of Writing
â?Reporting and Review
â?Proofing and Editing
â?Production and Publishing
â?Freelancing and Representation
â?Official Bodies and Law
â?Language and Style
Journalism & Mass Media (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Principles of Journalism > Feature Writing
> History of Journalism > Financial Journalism
> Press Laws & Ethics > Journalism as to form of Mass Communication
> Editing & Sub-editing > Broadcast Journalism-Writing for Radio & T.V. Covering
> Reporting-Crime, Sports, Political, Fashion etc. > News, Interviews, Compiling & Bulletin
> Development Journalism > Web Reporting-Writing for the Internet
> Films & Book Reviews > Science Reporting
> Newspaper & News Agency Management > House Journals
> Creative & Journalistic Writing > G.K. & Current Affairs
Photo JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The word "photography" comes from the French photographie which is based on the Greek words ÏÏÏ phos ("light"), and Î³ÏÎ±ÏÎ¯Ï graphis ("stylus", "paintbrush") or Î³ÏÎ±ÏÎ® graphÃª ("representation by means of lines" or "drawing"), together meaning "drawing with light". This masterclass is about producing professionals in still digital photography having an understanding from the basics of light, composition, colour, lighting, processing and retouching.
Print & Broadcast Media Journalism (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The diploma course for print and electronic journalism is highly recommended for the students wishing to orient themseleves to field of media & journalism. The course will enlighten its students both practically & theoritically to this field. This course is also recommended for the students pursuing degree courses from other indian univresities on distance or correspondence mode.
The program has been designed after considering the types of communication media & for journalism available in the 21st century â?
â¢Print â?Newspapers, magazines, journals & periodicals
â¢Electronic â?Radio, TV & Internet
Communication would form a mandatory subject in the classes since âcorrect & exact communicationâ?is a core need of journalism, whether print or electronic, in both written & verbal forms. The course begins with more emphasis on print media & journalism & later on exposes you to electronic media.
Mass Communication & Journalism (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Students taking admission in MJMC/ MA (Mass Comm & Journalism) will also get an additional autonomous Advance Diploma in Print & Electronic Jounalism from R. K. Films & Media Academy, Delhi after the successful completion of their respective courses.
Journalism & Mass CommunicationCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Eligibility: 10+2/Intermediate pass or equivalent from any stream/ subjects. Candidates appearing/appeared in qualifying examinations may also apply.
Students taking admission in BJMC/ BA (Mass Comm) will also get an additional autonomous Diploma in Films & Media Communications from R. K. Films & Media Academy, Delhi after the successful completion of their respective courses.
Broadcast Journalism WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This specialization course will eliminate your fear of facing the camera, fine-tune your speech, and mould your latent talent for television journalism. Students will also be exposed to micro specialized fields in news journalism such as promo-writing and promo-producing for news.
The course provides a solid grounding on all aspects of studio and production skills. The practical training sessions will sharpen your skills for news gathering for radio and provide techniques for presenting and interviewing. You will also be familiarized with newsroom routines and procedures. We also help students make the most of their voices. Instead of trying to change their voices or accents, we strive to help them use their voices more effectively.
The practical sessions will be conducted at fully equipped studios with both digital and analogue facilities, control room, news booth, and commercial production/drama studios all specially hired by CRAFT.
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Journalism and Mass Communication (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Post-Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication provides opportunities for working media personnel to enhance their knowledge and skills for their professional development
To provide opportunities to working journalists to enhance knowledge and upgrade skills;
To cater to the manpower needs in the media industry and academics; and
To create understanding of media and its impact on society.
PG Diploma in JournalismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Principles and Practice, Writing for Print Media, Radio Writing, Writing for Film and Television,
Print & Photo, Broadcast and Online Journalism (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The main objective of this course is to produce skilled and trained journalists for all the streams of journalism who are committed to the issues of ethics, social relevance and human rights.
The syllabus of the course is designed to equip the students with the skills and knowledge necessary for a career in any of the above mentioned streams of journalism as media researchers, anchors, reporters, Producers, visual reporters (traditionally known as camerapersons and still photographers), visual writers (traditionally known as video editors), copy writers, editors, producers and multimedia journalists.
Duration: Two Years (in four semesters)
Number of Seats: 20
Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism (Radio & TV) WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The course provides a theoretical foundation and training for entry level jobs in print and electronic media. The students are given insight into social, political, economic issues and information needs of society. Extensive discussions and debates on issues of development, geopolitics and economic policies equip them with an advanced level of knowledge and information. Students also take part in workshops and seminars on media related issues to gain indepth understanding of various aspects of media. Students are encouraged to think out of the box and hone their research and investigative skills.
The two-semester course devotes one complete semester for theoretical grounding and building a knowledge base in the understanding of media and contemporary issues. The second semester heavily emphasizes hands-on practical training in print and broadcast news, with a special focus on reporting, anchoring and program production.
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