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  •   Certification program linked with job opportunities
  •   Designed for entry level jobs
  •   Placement assistance at entry level positions
  •   Interaction with Film, TV & radio personality
  •   32 Hours of practical training
  •   Timely doubt resolution
  •   Video recordings available for revision
  •   Practical training
  •   Online Test to check performance

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The basics of fluency.
Voice Over.
Pitch/Tone/Intonation/Inflection

The basics of fluency
Voice Over
Pitch/tone/intonation/inflection

Public Speaking: Showing how to hold an audience's attention
Demonstrating how to control body language
Breathing and articulation.

Public Speaking: Showing how to hold an audience's attention
Demonstrating how to control body language
Breathing and articulation

Duties and responsibilities while news reading
Understanding the news scripts and news agenda
On-air Essentials
Studio autocue reading & Recording the voice A look at personality, style, and general show presentation.

Understanding sound

Format of Radio Programs Handling live shows


Examples of anchors work and detailed analysis of their styles Making & adding effective promo and jingles while, anchoring Talk Show Host and moderating an event

Studying the current RJ’s and their style and Pronunciation

Reporting techniques-Reporting news & Interviewing
Recording the byte & transcription & scripting
Different Reporting styles- Political, Entertainment, Crime, Sports & Business Production

Diction Clarity
Vocal Exercise

Phone-Line Interview – 1
Phone-Line Interview – 2
Camera Rehearsals – 1
Camera Rehearsals – 2


Working atmosphere & Responsibilities,
Introduction to Script Writing,
Introduction to Studio Console & Music,
Production, Music Appreciation


Anchoring - 1
Anchoring - 2

Microphone Rehearsals (Script -1)
Microphone Rehearsals (Script -2)
Microphone Rehearsals (Script -3)

New Script
Final Rehearsals
Demo Tape Recording


Microphone Rehearsals (Script -4) 
Final Rehearsals, 
Demo Tape Recording

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Enrollment and Futuristic Overview

    • Any individual with basic command over Hindi or English language.
    • Students already pursuing various graduations degree.
    • Working professional.
    • Minimum Eligibility: - 10+2 Pass out.
    • Become a Radio Jockey in FM channels.
    • Newscaster at TV News Channel.
    • Voice artist.
    • Starting salary as RJ - Rs. 30,000 per month.
    • Starting salary as TV Anchor – Rs. 35,000 per month.

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Certification program linked with job opportunities Designed for entry level jobs Placement assistance at entry level positions Interaction with Film, TV & radio personality 32 Hours of practical training Timely doubt resolution Video recordings available for revision Practical training Online Test to check performance

Mass Communication is an academic and disciplinary learning of the various means, by which individuals provide adequate information to the large segments of a population on a simultaneous basis. The increasing and demanding growth of the entertainment industry and media houses since the liberalization of the Indian economy has produced an unparalleled demand for the students who are professionally qualified in the field of mass communication. Until last decade this course was not much popular but today the scenario has undergone a tremendous change, due to the huge job opportunities in this sector, inspired largely by changes in media consumption habits of consumers and the huge demand of the creative advertisement needs of the several business industries

This is an interdisciplinary course. That means, anybody from any stream can opt it. It does not require any specific degree. After 12th or Inter, from any stream or field, one can choose this as a career.

It has multi-faceted scope. With a degree in this field, one can find a plethora of jobs in the market. From anchor to media baron, from government sector to corporate, from high connections in practical life to PM, you can have access everywhere by dint of media and mass communication.

Anybody who has a strong will to move ahead in life.

It has excellent track record of the placement. A great number of candidates put in the industry.

o The person should be a go-getter o Strong communicator o Convincing personality o Command over the language o Fearless and committed to the profession

You need to have creativity—a way with words and excellent communication skills as you will be required to explain and inform about the most complex issues, in the simplest of terms—to the large number of people.

Demand and supply plays a crucial role in careers of mass communication professionals. On the contrary, there is a dearth of trained professionals in mass media, new entertainment and news channels and with new launches in the pipeline, the demand will only shoot up. Opening up of media sector for foreign investment is expected to create new jobs in the field.

Career opportunities in mass communication are expected to increase, as not less than 70 news channels will come up in next five years. Thanks to mass media, news and entertainment job opportunities are aplenty for trained professionals in various roles - particularly in journalism and films. India being the largest producer of films in the world has ample opportunities. Technically qualified media professionals can work for TV channels, production houses or can make documentaries on their own.

Have you done your 10+2? Now, it’s an opportunity for you to get enrolled into a media course being offered by NRAI School of Mass Communication. It will be the best decision from your career perspective as we all know that media industry is never going to be out of trend and the need for the media professionals is very high in the industry. With the rapid globalization and the ongoing transformation in the thinking of the people in our surroundings, people prefer to opt for the reliable media sources to get to know about the ongoing happenings all around the world.

Our Programs are designed to develop professionals for their respective industries, who will be heading for responsibilities on joining. NRAI School of Mass Communication, Delhi will have a dedicated placement cell which would assist students in getting appropriate placements. The placement team would be actively involved in targeting the right kind of job profiles for students which would be in sync with their abilities and facilitate their long-term career planning. Top media channels, production houses, ad and PR agencies, research organizations and companies have already visited our campus for recruitment.

About NRAI School of Mass Communication

NRAI School of Mass Communication is india’s first ranked mass communication Institute in Delhi. Since its establishment in 2001, we’ve developed a reputation for excellence in Media learning, teaching and research. The Institute offer various mass communication courses that includes Bachelor degree in Mass Communication, Advertisement, Journalism, Master Degree in Mass Communication, Postgraduate Diploma in Mass Communication, Advertisement, Journalism, TV News Reading and Anchoring, Radio Jockeying & Videography. NRAI has been profiled by BBC, NDTV, Doordarshan, S1 and various satellite channels along with coverage in the Times of India, Indian Express, Hindustan Times, Los Angeles Times, The Hindu The Week, and many more.

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