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This college promises to give you placement if you are seriously want to make your future bright. They have strong bond and relationships with the big channels and the anchors. They have connections with popular and big faces.
The thing which I liked about this college is that it's the education system. This college has an education system which is 30% theory and 70% practical work. This 70% practical work attracted me to this college. I came to know about this college by the site named college Duniya. I got every detail about this college from here. College Duniya site contacted me when the found me interested in a journalism course. They gave me knowledge about this college. Then I contacted take one school of mass communication regarding the administration process and to know more about this college. This college is up to the mark.
Take One is one of the best platforms for the people who are willing to do Mass communication because it has the best faculty best infrastructure and a college worth joining. It is one of the best colleges in Delhi. Firstly I had a conversation with one of the faculty on college Dunia after that they introduced us to TOSOMC after that I talked to one of the faculty of college then she arranged an interview with the director Mr Imran Zahid Sir and then after few days I got a confirmation mail about my admission. The reason I selected this college is because of there practical works they help alot in the practical aspects also in theory but in our field, we need to have more practical skills they have skilled and knowledgeable teachers. I used college Dunia while selecting this college.
my overall experience with my collage was awesome because i spent good time with my frinds...but i always want that if collage can procide us highly effective equipments so we can creat so mny things like short film..radio program news report.
Take One School of Mass Communication is a leading institute for mass communication providing avenues for students at both graduate and postgraduate levels besides diplomas in various streams related to the media industry. The institute boasts of excellent and knowledgeable faculty and highly supportive management who frequently and regularly arrange interactions with leading media personalities. The faculty lays greater emphasis on practical and application-based teaching instead of rote learning. The eminent media persons share invaluable insights into the media industry, thereby providing the students with requisite skills for employment in the media industry. The institute also offers placements in leading media houses of the country as well as channels in addition to internships and project work with major print, radio, and TV channels.
The students get eligible for the internship programs right after the 2nd semester in the master's degree. A lot of renowned organization comes for placement like India TV, Accenture, Radio Mirchi, etc. I have just got enrolled in the degree course so I have not experienced about the same but some of the seniors mentioned that the ratio f students getting placements in the last batch was 8:10. After completion of the degree, I'd like to work for a leading organization and then shall start my own start-up.
A studio with the required equipment s a key highlight for me to join this college. it is literally the best part of college. the college focuses on practical work more than theory which is beneficial to polish the skills to be used in the field. it's located in the residential area so there's a lot of peace as well. There's also an accommodation facility available with a separate hostel for boys & girls. the faculty is well experienced & knowledgable. It also has an editing lab and a separate room for radio journalism. it also has a library.
Interview by Yash Panchal Brigadier, Dr. VD Abraham, Sena Medal, Gallantry is Vice Chancellor at Shri Venkateshwara University, Gajraula, UP. He is a doctorate in Electronics and Communication from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad, India, He has been the former VC o