Our small class size, focus on quality and rigorous digitial publishing platform has ensured that our students achieve 100% job placements in top global, national and local news organizations. Our students receive on average the highest starting salaries of any J-School graduates in India.
Our students receive multiple job offers every year. CNN-News18, BBC Hindi, CNBC, The Hindu, Sportstar, India Today TV, Aaj Tak, NDTV, The Caravan, The Indian Express, News X, Overdrive, Asianet News Network, Republic TV, YourStory.com, The Times of India, Elle Magazine, CNBC Awaaz, The News Minute, The Better India, Deccan Chronicle, Drivespark, and Autocar are some of the news organizations that conduct campus placements at NSOJ or where our current students and alumni have been placed or interned in.
Our campus placements are in the month of April by leading organisations from all over India. Our small high quality class size ensures that there are more jobs offered on campus than there are students. Our graduates have a choice of the best media roles appropriate for them. We do not believe in preparing our students for any job, rather we equip our students to choose the right job that will allow them to fully express their talents and skills.
Employers have access to a workforce that is ready to work from day one. The real-media experience gained through the NSoJ Method equips our students with the knowledge and skills needed in today's environment.
Our graduates work for India's leading newspapers, magazines, blogs, television and radio channels, as well as advertising agencies. Several of our students may also choose to start their careers within corporate communications departments of large Indian and multinational corporations.
We connect students with prospective employers through our structured internship programme. We place our students every year at leading media organisations in a month-long mandatory internship programme. All of our students have had a wide range of opportunities to choose from and have been placed at prestigious global or national news organisations.