Not all can be present when something of importance happens. Newspapers that bring the latest developments around the world - and these days, the various news channels - hire men with an aptitude to be at the right place at the right time to gather relevant information about the developments, events, and convey it to the rest of the world/their readers or audience in an interesting manner.
Education Details & Eligibility:
To become a professional journalist, one should have a graduate degree (B.A) in Journalism. The degree and postgraduate degree courses are offered by private and government colleges in India and abroad.
Basic eligibility criteria:
10th, +2 (Higher Secondary students) with any group as the major or Diploma graduates in related fields can choose Bachelor degree in Journalism (B.A).
The course duration for the various programs is as follows:
Approximate Education Expenses:
The Total expense for doing Bachelor of Journalism and its related fields are as follows
Bank loans and private loans can be easily arranged by directly contacting the banks through the college administration.
The elements of journalism:
“The Elements of Journalism”, a book by Bill Kovach and Tom Rosensteil, says that there are nine elements of journalism. In order for a journalist to fulfill their duty of providing the people with the information they need to be free and self-governing. They must follow these guidelines:
Higher Education Options:
After successful completion of the Bachelor degree, the options for higher education are plenty. A person with the above degree can opt for higher education in the following fields
Almost all the universities and institutes involving Arts offer Bachelors degree in Journalism and its related fields.
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The career options that exist for journalist graduates are quite extensive. Some of them are: