PLANS & PRICING
The percentage of women in Indian journalism has been rising every day spanning the many areas of media ranging from print through radio, television and the Internet. Women have taken to a senior position in management in several media houses even in women are the board members of several media houses in the country.
From a photo- journalist to video journalist you can see many women behind the camera these days earlier it was limited for men only but today’s women are breaking the stereotypes. Journalism is not a career it's a passion which is required to pursue a career in it. The success in journalism depends on you it's how you see the things because you are an advocate of society.
Homai Vyarawalla was India’s very first woman photojournalist. She journeyed through the evolution of the camera as a technical innovation, the fluid and slow changes that came in the process of still photography and the treatment and approach to subject/s, events and landscapes photographed. Vyarawalla’s political photographs are a vivid document of the turbulent years that heralded and followed Independence. Her striking images of the death of Gandhiji and the visits of international dignitaries such as Ho Chi Minh, Queen Elizabeth and Jackie Kennedy are stamped forever in public memory.
There are many other examples in Today’s media and across the globe where women journalist has gone far beyond in their career. Journalism expects people from every walks of life whether you are a lawyer, doctor, actor, Fitness trainer these days journalism has scope for everyone. Changing technology also helped women journalist to pursue their career in journalism these days. Just forget about the career start doing your job with your best ability and the success will follow you.