BMM – Event

Events & Activities:

Using the basic principles of advertising, marketing, journalism, creative thinking, etc., the BMM department enables their students to organize varied inter & intra college events and activities such as:

  • PICSO a photography event to let students showcase their photography skills
  • In Side Us annual media news letter
  • PINTURA – A T-shirt making competition in collaboration with Ek Koshish, a social awareness committee.

Job Opportunities and Scope

With BMM, you have a variety of career options to choose from. Here are a few suggestions which could help you choose the right career.


The advertising sector is booming industry. An advertisement can make or break a brand and advertisers are their key to success. If you are a person who thinks out of the box, then think no further, this is your calling.


Journalists are considered to be tough as well as nosy. While some say journalists in our country only report what they are paid to print, this is slowly changing thanks to social media platforms. There are many genres viz. politics, sports, entertainment, stock & shares, environmental awareness, social causes, crime, travel, etc. If you want to see your thoughts and ideas coming to life in print, if you want to make a difference to the current journalism standards, this should be your specialization.


While there are many who think that the radio was a thing of the past, think again! With trendy new radio stations constantly competing for listeners attention, the radio has amassed a large group of regular followers. The radio jockey entertains the public with sheer wit and interesting information. You can also be a show producer, podcast producer, broadcast assistant, etc. Sound interesting?


While studying BMM, students are exposed to the artistic world of theatre. If you have a natural flare for acting, the course allows you to explore opportunities and through various college fests and competitions, will allow you to develop a niche in the domain of acting.

  • Media is an industry is constantly innovating itself. There is always something new and different to learn every day when you are connected to the field of media. If you think you are cut out for this field then come on over and explore the possibilities.


Newspapers are the daily dose of information on different topics around the globe. Although its not necessary to be a journalist to write articles in a newspaper, if you have a flare for writing and can cover up daily news or events in neighboring areas, express your thoughts or even contribute interesting articles.


Adjour, is a mix of 2 ingredients of mass media- namely advertisement and journalism.

Adjour, an inter-collegiate event conducted by the department of BMM department of Anna Leela College of commerce and economics and Shobha Jayaram Shetty college for BMS, held on 17th February 2018, went on marking a great success. It witnessed participation of around 12 colleges like Acharya College, SIES nerul, VES, Andrews etc. The theme of adjourn 2018 was: – villains and comedians. Many prominent personalities from the field of media were present to grace and judge the event.

Miss Vibha Singh, a senior journalist in times of India conducted a seminar on the various career prospects in journalism and also judged the event on crime reporting

Miss Archita Barve, newsreader on AIR and a dubbing artist for many cartoons and movies such as bob the builder, Donald duck, Agabay Aricha judged the dubbing event, along with Arun Shinde, a actor and comedian. Rajendra Patankar, having an industry rich experience in radio, having worked with AIR and Doordarshan judged the RJ event. Photography event was judged by Ganesh Wanare, a famous street photographer .A cappella which was a musical event was judged by Neil Vijaysingh who is a co-producer for Bollywood movies.

Also Tried for Ranveer Singh & Jay shetty

17 FYBMM Students attended guest talk on “translation of poetry” by the irish poet and writr gabriel Rosen Stock organized by V.G. vaze college, mulund (E) on 11th january, 2018