Since the very beginning, the purpose of journalism has been to report the truth to the public without being biased. So, in a democratic country like India, it is important for people to make fair decisions.
Journalists serve as a medium through whom we get to know about the happenings in and around the world. Their mission is to oversee the work of government officials on behalf of the citizens.
The Media Industry is growing way too far nowadays. This demand of News anchor, photo journalists, editors, news reporters are enhancing more with the passing days with the manifold increase in the circulation of newspapers and journals, there is a great scope for the young men and women who want to join this profession.
What makes a successful journalist?
What are the career prospects?
SBIHM School of Management offers the students a vivid knowledge of journalism. The profession of journalism is a pubic and social occupation. Journalists are also referred to as the watchdog of society or the fourth estate. It also lets the policy makers to know what the public expects from them.
In addition to conveying information, a good journalism also interprets the world. It brings the events close to people’s daily lives and shows what kind of an impact they have on a regular citizen’s life.
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