JPO is a blend of interdisciplinary subjects like Journalism, Psychology and Optional English. This course gives the students a significant opportunity to use media in novel ways by giving them an understanding of how media and psychology work together.
A Bachelor’s degree in Journalism,Psychology, and Optional English (JPO) is the minimum requirement for most careers and fosters students to develop exceptional skills required for a wide range of employment areas. Students’ options are not just limited to careers in one subject because of this triple major combination which gives them a basic knowledge of three different subjects. There are many employers, representing many different sectors of industries who are interested in the excellent observational, writing skills and strong subject knowledge in students of this background.
Through this field, students gain conceptual knowledge, analytical and life skills coupled with effective communication in and beyond the sphere of everyday knowledge. It is the discipline of collection, preparation, and distribution of news and related commentary and feature materials through such media as pamphlets, newsletters, newspapers, magazines, radio, motion pictures,television, books, blogs, webcasts, podcasts, and e-mail. Career opportunities are diverse and varied – be a Reporter, Correspondent,Copywriter, Editor, Proof-reader, Public relations Officer, Photo journalist, Radio Jockey, Video Jockey, Vlogger, Researcher,Advertising, Film Making, Online Media and Translator.
Human Resources, health associated professions, hospitals etc., offer an exciting and amazing career path for students of Psychology. Psychology is aimed at introducing students to the fundamental processes underlying human behaviour and familiarise them with a few emerging fields and branches of psychology such as developmental psychology,industrial psychology,abnormal psychology, along with Practical paper every semester and research projects.
Pertaining to Optional English, it endeavours to equip the students with literatures from around the world. Students get ample opportunities to work on their English writing skills and explore the field of the written word through clubs like Literary Club and Writing Club. Some of the career options laid open to students from this stream include teaching, research,