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Published On: 16 Sep 2010 | Last Updated On: 20 Aug 2013

The world of multimedia is a gold mine of career opportunities for those who have an aptitude for combining their creative talent with technological skills. Multimedia is a combination of elements such as music, lighting, computer-generated graphics, and video used for purposes of entertainment, presentation, advertising, or public relations.


Aspirants should possess a bachelor's degree in a visual arts related discipline. Since computers are used in the visual arts, knowledge of computer graphics is an important component of multimedia work.

Skills and Aptitude:

The aspirant should have the qualities like Creativity, Mathematical and analytical skill,Strong verbal and written communications skills, the ability to work well with others, a flair for innovative design and Artistic talent.

Nature of Job:

Learning multimedia and working as a professional in this challenging field could be an enjoyable experience. But it requires hard work, ability to visualize and understand the concept of design logically, and implement it with a clear head. Multimedia as a field has many areas of specialization. Career options include a focus on producing, programming, or designing projects. The range of niche specialties is broad and includes:Visual design, 2D and 3D animation, Motion graphics, Interactive design, Publishing, Special effects,Game design, 3D Modeling and Interface design.


Talk of multimedia and it is often the Internet that springs to one's mind. Apart from the Internet, creation of interactive CDs has contributed significantly to the growth of the multimedia industry. A beginner could easily earn up to Rs. 20,000 per month within two years and the sky is the limit if you can make the grade.

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