Market figures are most promising for a career in Media. Satellite TV viewers have grown from 230 million per week in 2009 to 260 million. Scores of new channels are being planned every year. The reach of daily news papers and magazines has increased by 10 million in one year. FM radio is riding a wave, going from 150 million listeners per week to more than 200 million. It is essential therefore that students are well trained and given adequate exposure.
As a mandatory requirement of the course, A.C.J.M.C. students are required to complete six months internships in media organizations.This provides them with hands on industry exposure and experience as well as a chance to make acquaintances with professionals in the field.
A.C.J.M.C.has a well established system for equipping students with training that will help them for placement after completion of the course. The mass media sector in India holds out promising graph of career opportunities for professionally trained media persons.It shall be our endeavor to groom students so that they present themselves at their best when seeking employment in the media field.