At IIMM, we believe that a theoretical education in mass media defeats the purpose of the entire initiative. Every nuance of theory must be perfected in the crucible of practice, both in the studio as well as outdoors.
Live reporting projects, in college broadcasts, scripting, film-making, producing radio shows, anchoring programmes on electronic media form part of the basic course structure and curriculum. The Institute has a bilingual newspaper Yuva Udaan that is RNI registered and has a DAVP number. Students who specialise in the print media use this opportunity to put the newspaper together and reach a reader audience while they are still studying at IIMM. Yuva Udaan is commercially viable and attracts advertising revenue from advertisers who are desirous of addressing its target audience. At IIMM, we believe that education that is not tried and tested in the crucible of the real, true to life practical world is not learning that is likely to be retained. At IIMM, we follow the dictum – You do and you know. Practising professionals from the mass media comprise the regular faculty at IIMM, along with people of former years in the media – print, electronic and the corporate sector.
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Possible Career Options in Mass Communication
These are the possible career options that open up for you if you do a professional degree in mass communication at the graduation or post graduation level from the International Institute of Mass Media