A Gateway To Global Media & Communications

Higher education has changed lanes from just imparting theoretical knowledge to the students to equipping them with the needed skills required to thrive in the modern world. This has remained the same for higher education in mass communication too. Students being aware about the wide array of opportunities that mass communication can offer coupled with the inception of top-notch media and mass communication colleges across the world acted as catalysts for the rise of mass communication education. Higher education in this segment has seen multiple paradigm shifts over the course of the last couple of decades and the incorporation of bleeding-edge teaching pedagogies and practical training has helped mass communication education to attract a wider student populous.

Top 10 Mass Communication Colleges across Globe for Indian Students - 2020

Media And Entertainment Sector - A Lucrative Career Stream

Prof. Dr. Uday Salunkhe, Group Director, WeSchool

Why Emotional Quotient Is As Important Intelligence Quotient?

Niraalee Shah, CEO-India, The British School of Etiquette

Divya Patteri From Being An Inspired Learner To Becoming An Exemplary Educator

Divya Patteri, Master of Education (Curriculum and Teaching) programme

How Can Students Be Made Innovative And Skilled As Allied And Healthcare Professionals?

Dr. G Arun Maiya, Dean, Manipal College of Health Professions, Manipal Academy of Higher Education

HR Outlook In 2020: Key Imperatives For Budding HR Professionals To Be Future Ready

Dr. Pratima Sheorey, Director, Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development (SCMHR), Pune

Why Should Social Media Be Included In The Higher Education In India?

Suresh Babu, Founder & CEO, Web Marketing Academy

Higher Education - New Trends And Challenges

Rahul K.Mishra, Professor- Strategy and International Business, IILM, New Delhi