10May

20 Quick Steps to Write Your First Resume (From Scratch)

Resume Writing – 20 Quick Steps to Write Your First Resume A must read on resume writing. Especially for students writing their first resume. We know you’re students and you might not have a resume yet. Hassle not, LJ Institute of Media and Communications presents 20 quick resume writing tips for students writing their first […]

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27Apr

10 Hottest Career Options in Media Industry

10 Hottest Career Options in Media Industry A complete list of the hottest career options in media industry, as researched by LJ Institute of Mass Media and Communications. If you’re looking to build a future in the media industry, these are the hottest career options in media available. These careers are greatly sought after, pay […]

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19Apr

Essentials of Sound Design in Audio Visual Productions

Sound design is a vital element of a film. The outcome of a film is heavily affected by the sound design. It is a quintessential part without which a film falls short. Audio and visuals work in sync with each other to influence the audience and do not compete with each other. Sound adds depth […]

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11Apr

Communicator with respect to Innovative mindset

History’s greatest orators were always a communicator with respect to innovative mindset. “Think like a wise man but communicate in the language of the people.” – William Butler Yeats. As a communicator, convey your thoughts and opinions in a language understandable by all.  Communication is the greatest tool for individuals in all professions. Often when something […]

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14Jan

Gujarati Entertainment Industry – Enormous Potentia

Gujarati Entertainment Industry has a rich potential of growth. Contribution of Gujaratis is unparallel in the history of Indian cinema. The first talkie was a Gujarati film – Chau Chau no Murabbo, there were many firsts that were registered in the name of Indian cinema history as contribution from Gujartais. Strangely the Indian entertainment industry […]

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14Jan

Gujarati Cinema on the Doorstep of Change

In continuation of the paper I presented in 2011, I must admit there have been change agents who have been able to change the game off late. Abhishek Jain with Kevi Rite Jaish and Bey Yaar; Atmaram Thakore with his film Maa Baap na Ashirwad have been able to bring the viewers back to the […]

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