Young Professionals job in Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
No. of Posts : 35
Qualification : Master's Degree/Diploma in relevant subject
Desirable : Master's Degree in Journalism/ Mass Communication / Visual Communication/ Information Arts/ MBA/Animation & Designing/ Literature and Creative writing.
Remuneration : The remuneration provided to the Young Professionals will be Rs. 50,000/- per month (fixed).
Age Limit : The upper Age Limit for applicants is of 32 years (as on closing date of advertisement).
Placeof Posting : Delhi
Selection Process : The selection of Young Professionals shall be made in accordance with the provisions contained in GFR 2017 under Rules 177 to 196 and Chapter 7 — Selection of Individual Consultant /Service Provider (pars 7.1 and 7.2) Chapter — 6 (pars 6.5) of Manual for Procurement for Consultancy and Other Services 2017.
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting is one among the early Ministries set up after Indias Independence and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was Indias first Minister for Information and Broadcasting.
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting is one of the vital Ministries that represent the face of the government in reaching out to the masses. The Ministry is entrusted with the task of disseminating information about government policies, schemes and programmes through the different medium of mass communication covering radio, television, press, social media, printed publicity like booklets posters, outdoor publicity including through traditional modes of communication such as dance, drama, folk recitals, puppet shows etc. The Ministry is also the focal point as regards policy matters related to private broadcasting sector, administering of the public broadcasting service- Prasar Bharati, multi-media advertising and publicity of the policies and programmes of the Union Government, film promotion and certification and regulation of print media.
On the public service broadcasting sphere, the Ministry overviews matters relating to All India Radio and Doordarshan through the Prasar Bharati (Broadcasting Corporation of India Act),1990 which includes regulation of the use of All India Radio and Doordarshan by recognised national and regional political parties during elections to the Lok Sabha and State Assemblies and procedure to be followed by the official electronic media during periods of national mourning on the demise of a high dignitary.
The Information Wing is in charge of the presentation and interpretation of the policies and activities of the Government of India through the medium of the print, electronic and digital media, framing of policy guidelines for rate fixation of government advertisements on print electronic and online platform, administering of the Press and Registration of Books Act, 1867, the Press Council Act, 1978 and allocation of newsprint to Newspapers. Besides, it is the administrative wing for the Media Units namely, Press Information Bureau Bureau of Outreach and Communication
Latest Jobs by Ministry Of Information And Broadcasting
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:1. Handling e-mails, drafting emails on behalf of the organization2. Handling communication calls, event calendar, and program logistics3. Assuming the responsibility from the board and delegating the work to the stakeholders4. Planning, managing and organizing visit of the board. This involves...
The Public Policy Interns shall be handling several tasks including:1. Preparation of notes and briefings for policy meetings with stakeholders2. Creating policy papers3. Doing thematic, regulatory and stakeholder research4. Working seamlessly with other team members to support campaign projects, reports, studies, events and strategic partnerships5....
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include: 1. Design marketing collaterals like posters and banners for various campaigns2. Create original graphic designs3. Conceptualize ideas into creative layouts as per brief 4. Visualize and create ideas across digital and print mediums5. Create innovative and eye catching layouts by quick thinking...
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include: 1. Work with the CYL Board to manage, optimize, and customize multiple projects to benefit the world citizenry2. Create content for the website blog3. Create concept notes for upcoming projects4. Proofread and edit blog posts before publication5. Create various research-based contents
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include: 1. Designing website aesthetics and related elements2. Designing digital packaging elements (posts, cover photos, banners and posters)3. Helping design our brand's overall look and feel
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:1. Providing general administrative and clerical support including data entry, mailing, scanning, callingand faxing on behalf of the chairman, CYL2. Managing diaries and organizing meetings and appointments for the chairman3. Reminding the chairman of important tasks and deadlines4. Providing monthly...
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:1. Researching and curating stories of young change-makers2. Being a voracious content consumer of all media platforms (print, digital, broadcast and radio)
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include: 1. Execute online distribution strategy to gain maximum viewership and increase subscriber base across all social media platforms (YouTube / Facebook / Instagram / Twitter)2. Must know SEO3. Develop content (posts, bites, trivia) to increase audience engagement and traction on channels