10 Most Promising Media and Mass Communication Institutes

Media in today's world has Information, Infotainment, Entertainment, Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations, and everything that matters for employment, innovation. and culture. Every aspect of these facets shouts screams of media plurality. The evolution of the power of media has been extremely impressive, wherein media have acquired the power to make or break public opinion and further extended to form the culture in every aspect of people's life. The Indian entertainment and media (M&E) sector is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.3 percent over the next four years to cross $40 billion by 2020, predicts PwC's latest report - Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2016-20. Emergence of Digital Media and Internet penetration has left the population spellbound by its affects on their...

Azaz Rizvi College of Journalism and Mass Communication (ARCJMC)

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Media has always been a catalyst in improvising the society by playing effective role to form the...

Calcutta Media Institute

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While talking about West Bengal, many would cite an early 20th century quote by Indian freedom...

Manipal University Jaipur

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Manipal Education Group is one of the most prestigious groups of higher education institutions in...

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What does the Trump Presidency mean for Indian students? Not very much at all

By: Rohan Ganeriwala

In the wake of surprising US election, there have been massive speculative reactions, both within...

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Navrachna University

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Today's professional journalists are living in a chaotic landscape where they share the...

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Mudra Institute of Communications

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Having celebrated glorious 25 years of existence in 2016, Mudra Institute of Communications has...

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Christ University

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Christ University is a nurturing ground for an individual's holistic development. It is a private...

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Lady Shri Ram College for Women

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Established in 1956 in New Delhi, Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR) is a prestigious and...

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NSHM Institute of Media and Communication

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NSHM Institute of Media and Communication is a space providing experiential learning. It is one...

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St. Xavier's College

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St. Xavier's College in Mumbai named after Francis Xavier, the 16th-century Spanish Jesuit saint...

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Media Education: Demanding yet Challenging

By: Dr. Nandini Lakshmikantha

Technological revolution has brought tremendous change in the overall pattern of life....

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How to Make a Career in the Media Field

By: Ruchi Jaggi

The media industry is one of the most interesting places to work with. However, it requires a...

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6 Reasons Why Mobile Learning is Here to Stay

By: Arun Jagannathan

If you grew up in the 90s, you may remember those petite, pocket-sized dictionaries that were...

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From Course Structure to Quality of Students - The Challenges are Immense in Media Education

By: Ramesh Prabhu

In the early '80s, there were very few colleges offering post-graduate in media courses, which...

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The Crisis in the Classroom

By: Sachidananda Mohanty

We often hear of the crisis in education and identify the usual suspects: uncaring parents, a...

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There is No Better Time than Now to Pursue Your Right Brained Dreams

By: Sarath Shyam

The Indian Media and Entertainment industry is growing at a fanatical pace. While the market size...

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10 Most Promising Media and Mass Communication Institutes

Media in today's world has Information, Infotainment, Entertainment, Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations, and everything that matters for employment, innovation. and culture. Every aspect of these facets shouts screams of media plurality. The evolution of the power of media has been extremely impressive, wherein media have acquired the power to make or break public opinion and further extended to form the culture in every aspect of people's life.

The Indian entertainment and media (M&E) sector is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.3 percent over the next four years to cross $40 billion by 2020, predicts PwC's latest report - Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2016-20. Emergence of Digital Media and Internet penetration has left the population spellbound by its affects on their culture. From a traditional media to now an app based media, this industry has evolved in leaps and bounds with every new innovation. As a result, it poses a threat to their relevance on the mass and demands fresh and talented professionals to bring in strategies and effective actions to revive them. However, the dearth of trained and quality professionals remains a generic issue of all time, clearly suggesting that there should be more number of skilled professionals to deal with the ever-evolving changes in the Media Industry. 

Screening a number of institutes offering Media Studies in the country, we at the Higher Education Review's first issue of 2017 have brought you '10 Most Promising Media and Mass Communication Institutes.' These media institutes represent themselves through their performance-oriented curriculum, teaching methodology, infrastructure and most importantly through industry collaborations and practical exposures during the training period. Students who have keen interest to pursue a profession in media will find these selected institutes helpful, as it would guide their decision making while choosing their founding destination to begin with their career graph.

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Navrachna University: Making Ethical 21st Century Journalists Vadodara, Gujarat, Navrachna University's The university create leaders who can bring about a change in local and national conditions and make a difference internationally through the power of quality education