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Journalism & Mass Communication

Why You Should join?

Mass Communication is the process of disseminating information through a medium to a large and diverse audience. It is a form of public communication, where the message/information is transmitted electronically or mechanically. It is the media that gives us all the latest information from every nook and corner on this planet, and that too just within a few seconds of any crisis. Also, as more and more media houses are cropping up, there has been an increasing demand of students holding either a graduation or a Master's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication.
A professional course in Mass Communication opens doors for a career in Films & TV, publishing, public relations, journalism, editing, direction, filmmaking, scriptwriting, production, etc. In nutshell, Mass Communication widens up the horizon of career options for a person.

Who Should join?

All interested candidates need to possess a graduation in any discipline. Also, students in their final year examinations can appear for the entrance test.

Discipline Groups

  • Journalism & Mass Communication

Programs in Journalism & Mass Communication

  • B.J.M.C.-Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication
  • B.J.-Bachelor of Journalism
  • Certificate-Certificate
  • Diploma-Diploma
  • Integrated Ph.D-Integrated Doctor of Philosophy
  • M.Phil.-Master of Philosophy
  • M.A.-Master of Arts
  • M.J.-Master of Journalism
  • M.J.M.C.-Master of Journalism and Mass Communication
  • M.M.C.-Master in Mass Communication
  • PG Diploma-Post Graduate Diploma
  • Ph.D.-Doctor of Philosophy
  • B.A.(Hons)-Bachelor of Arts (Honors)