There will be three compulsory internships during the course. All internships will be evaluated and marked on 100 marks. The project reports submitted will be sent to the university.
Semester 1, Oct-Nov for six weeks: Winter Internship in Development Communication with an NGO/CSR department – to sensitize them to human living conditions and grassroots-issues (will be fixed by college)
Semester 2, April-May, for eight weeks: Summer internship in Advertising, Public Relations, Events, Print or Television Journalism, Radio, Television Production – to allow the students to gain exposure in their chosen career field (will be fixed by college)
Semester 3, Oct-Nov, for eight weeks: Winter internship in Advertising, Public Relations, Events, Print or Television Journalism, Radio, Television Production – to allow the students to gain exposure in their chosen career field and prepare for a career launch (to be fixed by the students)
Semester 4, Final Placements in Feb-Mar: Final placements will commence during the fourth semester, allowing students to take up jobs during their fourth semester itself (placements will be entirely on merit and performance of the students)
PHILOSOPHY OF COMMITS WITH RESPECT TO PLACEMENTS:
Commits believes that an educational institution is not-and should not be-a placement agency.
To this effect Commits aims not to place students but to make students industry-ready. Commits creates real-life work situations in college to help students face the challenges of the real world. Students get offers from leading media organisations based on their performance during the internship. Commits students are always appreciated for their grasp of the subject, alertness, hard work and comprehensive skill sets.
Commitscons have done internships and work with all leading newspapers, television channels, radio stations, television and film production houses, advertising agencies, PR and event management companies and with NGOs in India and abroad.