Friday, 9 May 2014

ADPR, BMC 3 and MMC 2 Students of IIMM are cordially invited for the Farewell at the Teaching Block at 5 P.M. tomorrow.

ADPR, BMC 3 and MMC 2 Students of IIMM are cordially invited for the Farewell at the Teaching Block at 5 P.M. tomorrow. See you all :-)

BMC 3 MMC 2 Farewell Tomorrow 5 to 8 P.M. @ the IIMM Teaching Block

Owing to the heat wave and the considerable heat that our wonderful students are likely to generate ;-) the BMC 3 MMC 2 Farewell will be from 5 to 8 P.M. tomorrow at the IIMM Teaching Block. See all of you there :-)

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Good work by our media school students

This is perhaps the most polarised general election of all time as the world's biggest democracy votes for over a month with more than 800 million eligible voters !!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3Iz1y-SuCM&feature=youtu.be

Monday, 5 May 2014

Job Opportunities after a course @ IIMM

If we look closely at the emerging mass media scene in India, we find that there is a dearth of trained professionals in mass media, in new media, in entertainment and in news channels. With new launches in the pipeline the demand will only shoot up. Opening up of the media sector for foreign investment is expected to create thousands of new jobs in the field.

Career opportunities in mass communication are expected to increase as not less than 70 news channels will come up in next five years. Thanks to mass media, news and entertainment job opportunities are aplenty for trained professionals in various roles - particularly in journalism and in films. India being the largest producer of films in the world has ample opportunities in this sector. Technically qualified media professionals can work for TV channels, production houses or can make documentaries on their own.

We at IIMM take pride in announcing 100% internship and job opportunities for our students in print, electronic media, new media, PR and advertising agencies.

A career in mass communication, in PR, corporate communication and in advertising requires commitment, dedication and sacrifice of personal time for the sake of staying in front or on top, particularly in the news industry. A journalist may have to work day in and day out to get breaking news. Similarly, media professionals who are in entertainment or film making need to work with passion which may come at the cost of their personal life.

Starting salary for a mass communication professional could be between Rs 12,000 and 25,000. After five years of work experience, a professional can expect to earn a higher salary in the range of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,00,000 per month.

In a nutshell, mass communication as a career provides job satisfaction, name and fame and a fresh challenge every day.

Our media, PR, and journalism courses are designed to meet students' career goals. We constantly update our media courses to ensure that they are relevant to today's communication environment. IIMM has an excellent reputation and attracts a wide range of people to our courses.