The entire world is rapidly incorporating electronic media in everyday activities and India, with its digitalization drive, is not lagging behind. With a robust 18 percent annual growth, India's entertainment and electronic media industry has set to log a turnover of Rs.2,245 billion ($34 billion) by 2017. This implies a massive number of job openings and opportunities in the electronic media sector in the coming years.
A career in infotainment industry is well suited for all youngsters passionate about learning as this is a dynamic industry which never stops evolving. It can bring you fame and popularity if you choose to be the public face or voice of any show or if you are the shy kind, it can bring you immense intellectual growth on taking up a career in research domain of electronic media industry.
Throughout the duration of course, the institute trains its students to attain technical excellence and professional knowledge best fit for a career in electronic media. Television journalism and Radio journalism are just two of the many career options one can take up. Other career options include positions of reporter, news reader, television anchor, researcher, content writer, production executive, voice-over artist, director, art director, cinematographer or editor at any electronic media production house, be it television, radio or film.
Another important aspect that the institute covers in this course is to teach students to be aware of the laws and reporting restrictions imposed by local, state and central Government and about the ethics of Journalism. Thus, the electronic media course is undoubtedly one of the most interesting courses offered by the institute - best pick for students not looking for boring desk jobs.