Course - Overview

This course equips students with a broad understanding of the changing fields of communication & media in both a global and local context. The course encourages individual and group approaches to frame creative communication solutions by developing one’s aptitude to deliver original work and formulating diverse ideas.

It focuses on content development & management of the creative and production processes involved in the entertainment industry.

This course prepares students for careers in the entertainment sector, which comprises film, TV, digital media, music, theme parks, live entertainment, and other such mediums. It will train students to become confident storytellers by developing their skills in the management of creative and production processes. It will also build their mettle to conceptualise and execute across a broad range of media platforms, from television to online, mobile to big screens, and other such experience zones. Along with this, there are special workshops that help students developing entertainment content for sports & celebrity events. It is a unique course that will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of current practices in the media and entertainment sector to ensure quality content and smooth productions, help you meet deadlines, and perform efficient budget management.


Focuses on the relationship between strong research and good storytelling.
Visualising, Writing, Editing, Publishing | Life Through a Lens | Photo Journalism | Media and Society | Media Literacy & Creative Communication | Integrated Marketing Communication | Broadcast Journalism | Digital Culture | Media Innovation

An unwavering focus on developing the relationship between the learner and the industry. Every student will undergo a live project (cross-disciplinary) and obtain valuable international experience.
Polity, Economy, & International Media | Fashion & Social Media | Documentary and Films | Design Thinking | Investigative Reporting | International Public Relations | International experience | Live Industry Project

Every student will undergo a Professional Practice and Final Project session before their final portfolio display.
Media Research | Developmental Communication | Social Enterprise | Portfolio Development | Professional Practice | Final Project


Meha Jayaswal has over 24 years of experience in the fashion & media industry. Starting her career with India’s leading stock market magazine of the 90s - Dalal Street Investment Journal, she moved onto International Wool Secretariat (owners of the Woolmark) as a Trade Communications Executive - India and Southeast Asia and then to Confederation of Indian Industry, HQ New Delhi, before joining Pearl Academy in 2001.

Career Path

Our 360° comprehensive learning-based model opens up multiple avenues and opportunities for students.

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  • Content Creators

  • Research & Documentation Journalists

  • TV Correspondents & Editors

  • Screenwriters & Producers

  • Online Journalists