By: Jhumpa LahiriThe media is in a state of upheaval.
It has experienced a huge wave of job losses and job vacancies.
But for the journalists that are working in the world of the news, the job market is pretty much the same.
According to a report published by the Media Council of India (MCI), the media industry in India is in the midst of a mass media consolidation.
It reports that the number of journalists employed in the industry fell by nearly 15% between 2017 and 2020.
The MCI also said that there is a significant increase in job vacancies for journalists.
According to the MCI, the media sector is in need of a lot of help, and this is exactly what the media internment scheme was created to provide.
The MCI’s report also says that there are more than 8.6 million media internship positions across India.
Of those, there are nearly 8 million in the print media sector.
The internship positions are in the digital media and digital video (DVV) sectors.
There are currently more than 13 million journalists in India.
The MCAI, a non-profit organization, is currently trying to address the lack of internship opportunities for journalists in the media by introducing the media internship scheme.
The scheme was introduced in February 2017 and will be rolled out in the coming two years.
This is part of the MCA’s push to bring back the jobs lost to the news industry after a mass layoffs in the last few years.
Under the MCAs scheme, there is an incentive for journalists to apply for a media internship.
The applicants will get an internship for a period of six months.
The duration of the internship depends on the media’s size.
The maximum length of a media intern will be four months.
The internship has been created to cater to media professionals in India and around the world.
The internships will allow the journalists to gain experience that they will be able to apply to jobs in the journalism and print media.
It is a unique opportunity to work in a global newsroom, with access to global expertise.
In the past, there were very few internship opportunities in India for journalists and the internship was largely done by local journalists.
But with the rise of social media and the internet, it is now easier than ever for journalists from different parts of the world to get their hands on media training and internship opportunities.
According to the latest data from the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the total number of jobs in media is set to grow by 11% by 2020.
This means that the media has the potential to have about 25% of the jobs in India in 2020.
For the time being, the government of India has promised to introduce an internship scheme in the country.
The government is also looking at expanding the scheme to cover all sectors of the industry.