Answer: Journalism is the business of providing news and the current affairs all around the world. It encompasses occupations of reporting, writing, editing, photographing or broadcasting news.
A journalist may work for a local newspaper, a national daily, a glossy magazine, a professional journal, a trade paper, or in the radio or television. To go for journalism any graduate degree- in English, commerce, economics, business management, engineering or any subject will do. You could also do a Bachelors degree in mass media/mass communication. You could then apply for a PG in mass communication/ communication/journalism/ and mass communication.