Can u tell me a good institute for radio jockey training?

Question:i have completed my 12th and doen BA from DU. please let me know good institute for becoming rj

Answers:
Try some of these links:

http://www.radioconnection.com/radio-inf...

http://educationtimes.indiatimes.com/mtv...

http://www.winentrance.com/radiojok.htm...

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WHERE TO BECOME A "Radio Jockey"

* AIR offers a two-month in-house training course to its Radio Jockeys. Besides, AIR, Chandigarh has been conducting a week-long 'Vaani Certificate' course for training its presenters from September 12, 2007.

* The Take One Academy of Broadcasting, Chandigarh, offers trainees a chance to present a show on the local AIR channel once a week.

* The Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA), which takes in students through CAT (IIM), offers internship with FM radio channels like Radio Mid-Day, Red FM and Radio Mirchi as part of its one-year graduate programme in Broadcasting Management. www.mica-india.net

* A course is conducted by the Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai - 400 001, called ABCD - Announcing, Broadcasting, Compering and Dubbing.

Career prospects

There are many opportunities with various leading FM channels and private radio ventures. With the increase of such channels there will definitely be large requirement for such persons. In the very initial stages the earning is anything between Rs. 7,000 to Rs. 15,000 per month. But these are just the beginnings and are on the lower sides. After a few years experience one can see a sharp rise in their incomes. Besides Radio Jockeys can earn more by doing voiceovers, advertisement jingles for radios, television channels and corporate houses. These groups prefer radio jockeys because of their voice standard. All of a sudden, a job in radio is respectable. Indians, like student Deepa Chanana, are paying hefty fees for courses, run by a Delhi media company, to learn how to write and read for broadcast. However, what is called radio jockeying in India is far from lucrative. For all those of you who have a passion for music and desire to pursue a career in a related field, Radio Jockeying could be just the field for you.

Have a very nice afternoon, warm regards from Germany!
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* AIR offers a two-month in-house training course to its Radio Jockeys. Besides, AIR, Chandigarh has been conducting a week-long 'Vaani Certificate' course for training its presenters from September 12, 2007.

* The Take One Academy of Broadcasting, Chandigarh, offers trainees a chance to present a show on the local AIR channel once a week.

* The Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA), which takes in students through CAT (IIM), offers internship with FM radio channels like Radio Mid-Day, Red FM and Radio Mirchi as part of its one-year graduate programme in Broadcasting Management. www.mica-india.net

* A course is conducted by the Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai - 400 001, called ABCD - Announcing, Broadcasting, Compering and Dubbing.

Career prospects

There are many opportunities with various leading FM channels and private radio ventures. With the increase of such channels there will definitely be large requirement for such persons. In the very initial stages the earning is anything between Rs. 7,000 to Rs. 15,000 per month. But these are just the beginnings and are on the lower sides. After a few years experience one can see a sharp rise in their incomes. Besides Radio Jockeys can earn more by doing voiceovers, advertisement jingles for radios, television channels and corporate houses. These groups prefer radio jockeys because of their voice standard. All of a sudden, a job in radio is respectable. Indians, like student Deepa Chanana, are paying hefty fees for courses, run by a Delhi media company, to learn how to write and read for broadcast. However, what is called radio jockeying in India is far from lucrative. For all those of you who have a passion for music and desire to pursue a career in a related field, Radio Jockeying could be just the field for you.

Have a very nice afternoon, warm regards from Germany!

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http://www.winentrance.com/radiojok.htm.
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