Yes, they are extremely well mannered and helpful.
Yes, the college placement department tends to every need. Whether holiday internship or full time job.
IIJNM is India's best Journalism college. They are autonomous and widely famous for their placements. The conduct an online written test, which includes subjects like English, General Knowledge-Current Affairs and Aptitude. Along with this candidates need to write two essays - one a statement of purpose and other related to any current affair topic, point of view, critical review. Once we pass this a face to face interview or Skype interview is conducted and henceforth the selection is done.
The course is entirely practical, totally UK based. You learn by working as a journalist.
Placements are amazing. CNN IBN, CNBC, Times Now, Indian Express and many many more are the top recruiters, and even the starting salary is pretty amazing.
It is a one year diploma course so it. But this one year is the best year. We get to celebrate all the festivals with cultural events, go on trips from college, explore the rural Karnataka, museums, and many more.
The faculty are highly skilled journalists, award winning movie makers, International newspaper's editors and book writers. The faculty is amazing. What they teach is exactly what we need. Interactive sessions which increase our knowledge and many many m
IIJNM has an internal examination, which they conduct online and the potential students can take that examination from any location. I had opted for this college on recommendation of my uncle and a former English professor. He had narrated to me how some of his students had excelled from this institute.
The course curriculum is one of the best. They offer specialisation courses in Print (newspaper and magazine), Broadcast (TV and radio) and New Media journalism. New Media is the future of journalism, and the most profitable one as well. So students can chose from these three main sections, apart from selecting varied subjects like Business, Developmental, Sports, Investigative journalism.
The college is overall a good experience. I think the fee structure can be relaxed to some extent. Otherwise, one can opt for this college any day.
There is no as such competitive examination to get into IIJNM, Bangalore. Admission is based purely on graduation score of minimum 60%. I qualified the first criteria and further gave an online examination conducted exclusively by IIJNM. There is no fix date for examination. As soon as you apply for this college on their website, you will receive a call from the college authority and they will direct you to the examination page. You just have to fill the paper and submit it. Those qualifying the...