Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach?

23 July 2009

indian express

A number of Indian media houses have set up media schools over the years, partly to give something back to the profession, partly because they think existing journalism schools do not turn out recruitment-ready products, but largely to ensure a steady inflow of journalists at a time of heightened competition when everybody is poaching.

The Times of India set up the Times School of Journalism in Delhi, closed it, and then reopened it in Bombay as the Times School of Media Studies. The Indian Express started the Asian College of Journalism in Bangalore which moved to Madras when The Hindu took over.  The Malayala Manorama group opened the Manorama School of Communication. The Pioneer has the Pioneer Media School. And so on.

Into this crowded space, the northern faction of the Indian Express group has bounced into the academic space by launching the Express Institute of Media Studies.

Visit the website: www.indianexpress.com/exims

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2 Responses to “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach?”

  1. anubha chandan Says:

    i m looking for the application form for the exam of 31st jan 2010

  2. amey prakash tiwari Says:

    sir i am looking for the application form for the exam of 28th feb 2010


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