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School of Mass Communication

School of Mass Communication

The Fourth pillar of democracy is strong and further to be strengthened wit specially trained manpower in this domain.Owing to this fact, the university has taken special effort to educate people about media studies through the establishment of Faculty of Journalism & Mass Communication.

The Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication is imparting both full-time and part-time programmes. The Programme caters to the needs of academics, higher learning and research. It also represent students to join media houses in print and electronic media in different positions and various locations. To facilitate holistic journalism training, the School has adopted latest modules of teaching and learning to cover broader areas of journalism education in all level diploma and degree at undergraduate and post graduate levels. 

The coverage areas of the programme are print, electronic and online journalism, specified fields of news reporting, special emphasis on news production, print, magazine, electronic and news media, media system and management, plus research methods for journalism and inter-ship with any media organisation.

Specifically, the programme would include  concepts of role of news in societal journalism, history of journalism, acquiring skills in identifying news and separate facts from opinion so as to learn how to cover political and social issues of particular importance to the society. Ethical practices and human values are given due importance in training.

Programmes

Programme NameExam ModeDurationDisciplineEligibility
B.A.(J.M.C)Yearly3 YearsAnimation & Graphics10+2 or equivalent in any discipline with English with minimum 45% marks, 5% relaxation to SC/ST candidates.
M.A.(J.M.C)Yearly2 YearsTelevision Production,Direction & Broadcast Journalism,Master Program in Advertising,PR & Marketing,Journalism & Mass CommunicationGraduation in any discipline with minimum 50% marks. 5% relaxation to SC/ST candidates.