Exploring the Innovative Landscape: GMCET’s Quest For Excellence In Education

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Global Media Common Entrance Test https://gmcet.org/ is India’s First National-Level Entrance Exam for media, journalism, and mass communication. It is powered by EdInbox, South Asia’s largest education-focused platform. It is considered India’s largest undergraduate media aspirant base.

It is an all-South Asia Global Media Common Entrance Test offering undergraduate media courses admission. As the name suggests, it has global footprints with institutes and universities participation from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and many other countries, scheduled in the months of April to September, once each month of the year.

Edinbox.com, a distinguished education portal from India, initially initiated the idea and backed GMEC. For media aspirants, there is a Global Media Education Council with members from various fields that contribute to the learning approaches, tools and techniques. The council works as a bridge between the three stakeholders: media educators (institutes), learners (trainees) and the industry (recruiters). This council is established in India through a non-profit organization by Indian law.

The question arises here: why GMCET? The answer is simple: it lets the applicants check themselves on their suitability for the media industry, get themself counselled on media specialization by Pacific industry & academic experts on the opportunities and skills in each field, let them access many universities in India, and getting ample options for internships, live media projects and placements through GMEC member universities.

This test offers admission to the various undergraduate media programs and courses- Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication, Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication, Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Mass Communication, and Bachelor of Mass Media in its various participating universities.

 It assesses the students' communication skills and necessary analytics and logical reasoning skills for various scenarios and possible outcomes for a successful career in all degree programmes.

A degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from a UGC-approved university can get you jobs in various government & private sectors. After completing a degree, get a chance to join any established media House, or you can go for an Online content writer in various media portals.