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Jul 2, 2015 This is a critical time for graduating students aspiring to do a PG programme, specially if it is in media. It often happens that students are confused about what career they should take up as a profession. Now, The Delhi School of Communication is guiding them to take a step forward in reaching a calculated decision.

DSC is taking interested students through its MediaPop+, a quiz where students go through three levels of activities, after which an analysis is sent to them. The questions check out their creative quotient and their bent of mind, and after successfully finishing one level, a participant is qualified to move on to the next level. Is it Advertising, PR, Media Planning, Journalism, Digital Marketing, Events? In short, the Quiz tries to edge the participants to discover their skills, strengths, interests and learn what career would be great for them.

“When students take the DSC MediaPop+ quiz, it’s for sure a lot of fun, which encourages them to go through the activity spread across three levels,” says Rupanjali Lahiri, Director, The Delhi School of Communication. The Quiz can be accessed on the DSC website and the DSC Group and institute pages on Facebook.

About DSC: The Delhi School of Communication (DSC) is a 20-year old institute offering an Integrated Marketing Communications program to Post Graduate students and have been delivering programmes to communication executives to suit corporate needs specifically. The 2-year full time Post-Graduate Diploma Programme (PGDPC) is architectured to be a top-of-the-line course that equips participants to understand the dynamics of human communication in people’s lives, the symbiosis of diverse Indian cultures and other global cultures. With internships and projects as an integral part of the curriculum, the academic mix is one of theory and hands-on practice. Students have been placed at leading organizations such as JWT, O&M PR, Law & Kenneth, Genesis BM, Perfect Relations, Group M and so on. More Detail at dsc.edu.in

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