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Home » Career Mentor » Demonstrator
Career Mentor Details of "Demonstrator"

Name of The Profession

Demonstrator

Who is a Demonstrator and what does he/she do?

A person who demonstrates things such as objects, things, political, vehicles, etc are normally referred to as demonstrators. A scientific demonstrator demonstrates things which are of scientific in nature and each part needs to be explained in simple terms in order to be understandable to the public. Scientific demonstrations include demonstrations of scientific instruments, medicine, etc.

Demonstrators need to take care of potentially hazardous materials and should be aware of various potential hazards. Various research & developments are being carried out before demonstrating any experiment. Like sales and marketing professionals, they need to display and demonstrate the products and services in a manner which can be easily understood by the general public.

Qualifications Required

A master's or a graduate degree in subjects such as teaching or technical writing and communication

Where can I go and study to become a Demonstrator?

      India
  • Department of Communications and Journalism, University of Poona, Ranada Institute, Fergusson College Road, Pune-411 004.
  • Centre for Image Management Studies, NOIDA.
  • Gujarat University, Ahmedabad-380 009.
  • Banaras Hindu University, Varnasi.
  • The Indian Foundation for PR Education & Research ( IFPR), S-237, Greater Kailash, New Delhi-48.
      UK
  • Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
  • Ball State University
  • James Madison University
  • London college
  • Bournemouth University
      Singapore
  • Singapore Management University
  • Institute of Public Relations of Singapore, Singapore
  • Nanyang Institute of Management
       USA
  • University of Phoenix
  • Ashford university
  • Walden university
  • Grand Canyon university
  • Virginia College

Where can I work as a Demonstrator?

  • Government organizations
  • Private and public sector companies
  • Research labs
  • IT companies
  • Exhibitions

Potential earning capacity per annum:

The salary package of the demonstrator’s could be somewhere around rs symbol 2.5 Lac p.a. (Approx).

 
 
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