Journalism students of MANUU got appointments to coveted positions

, 7:59 AM IST

Hyderabad: Faisal Shoaib, a student of Mass Communication and Journalism of Maulana Azad National Urdu University has been appointed as media analyst in American Embassy, New Delhi. He had passed out MCJ from this university in 2012. He had also cleared NET. He is getting Rs. 80, 000 per month. Another students, Fida-e-Rasool got a job in a multinational company in Pune where he is getting Rs. 50, 000 per month. Talah Basheer is another student who is working as translator in Saudi Arabia where he is getting Re. 1 lakh per month.

Mr. Mohammed Mustafa Ali Sarwari, Associate Professor of the Dept. told that Iftakhar Alam and Mohammed Amir Badar who had passed out MCJ course in 2011 cleared Indian Information Service Exam and now they are working in RNI and Doordarshan. Dr. Mohammed Faryad told that Ms. Najamunnisa had passed out MCJ course in 2013 and NET in 2014. She is working as Assistant Professor in a Govt. college.

Prof. Ehtasham Ahmed Khan, Head of the Dept. of Mass Communication and Journalism told that the process of admissions for two year PG course leading to MJMC is in progress. Such of the candidates who have passed out any degree examination with Urdu as one of the subjects are eligible to seek admission into this course. Online registration is available till 31st May. For further details, the candidates may visit the website of MANUU or they can contact the head of the Dept. of MCJ at his official telephone number 23008354.

–Siasat News