MIT International School of Broadcasting and Journalism established in 2008 as an autonomous institution By Prof. Rahul V. Karad. becoming a centre of excellence in media education and training. Adequate attention has been given to the exemplar shifts in media practices, while formulating the Mass Communication education and other related aspects. It is located on the premium residential campus at Raj Baugh Loni Kalbhor which is spread over 125 acres of land. Soon, for the same campus, all programmes bill for University will be passed.
At MIT-ISBJ, the training is firmly rooted in the MIT ethos, with a judicious blend of tradition and modernity. This focus on value-based education and mastery over technical skills will provide MIT-ISBJ students with strong knowledge, education and shaping exciting career in the media industry.
One of our main focuses is to build communication for ‘development’. What we strongly believe is that media practitioners must acknowledge democracy does not make any sense without development, and development is not complete without a right to be heard.
As social engineers and media practitioners, students should represent and reflect the aspirations of all sections of society. As catalysts of social change, they can serve the cause of humanity by becoming proponents of ‘growth with balance.’ This is where a responsible media person’s genuine role comes into play, namely to become the voice of the voiceless.
As the vibrant and ever-changing mass media sector is setting more prominence, talented & trained youngsters with the required interpersonal qualities will feel motivated to join this exciting and rewarding career path. The presence of translational media conglomerates has made the Indian mediascape even more promising, and it is time for keen aspirants to join MIT-ISBJ and take a giant step towards a promising career.
MIT-ISBJ offers both basic and advanced courses on Broadcasting and Journalism. A Bachelor’s degree will prepare you to take the first plunge, while a Master’s degree will be instrumental towards being eligible for higher and more esteemed positions across various fields, such as national broadcasting, management, production and writing, etc.
At, MIT- our Broadcasting and Journalism courses encompass the below mentioned subjects:
- English Language, Grammar and Composition
- Writing and Reporting for Digital Media
- Verbal Communication
- Social Media Management
- Ethics and Law Related to the field of Broadcasting and Journalism
- Multi Media Design and Production
Are you ready to build your career in mass media? Do you have what it takes to be a broadcast journalist? If you are curious about what’s happening around the world and keen to let the people know about them, MIT-ISBJ will steer you to the perfect career path for you i.e. as a broadcast journalist. Our esteemed faculty will train you, mentor you and guide you to make it big in the media world. Enrol now.