MA(J&MC) | Duration: 2 Years

Master of Arts in Journalism & Mass Communication

Master of Arts in Journalism & Mass Communication

Eligibility:

Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field from any recognized University/Institution.
Or
A Bachelor’s Degree in any field with 1year diploma in relevant field, from any recognized University/Institution

Selection:

Based on overall performance in last examination followed by Group Discussion & Personal Interview.

Fees:

Registration & Admission Fees ( To Be Paid Once Only )
a Prospectus & Form 1000.00
b Registration (To be paid during admission for all courses except for Certificate & Diploma Courses) 20000.00
c Admission Fee 5000.00
d Caution Money Deposit(Common for all streams) - Refundable 5000.00
Tuition Fees
Semester wise Payment 46500.00
Yearly Payment 90000.00
One Time Payment for Full Course 160000.00

Programme Overview:

Post-graduate programme provides professional education to aspirants wishing to become journalists and managers/managerial executives in mass media. Besides providing an understanding of communication theories and mass media research, the programme offers three areas of specialization. The students, based on their interest, can specialize in Electronic Communication covering radio, television and film production; or advanced journalism covering political business, science, environment, crime and investigative journalism; or in Marketing Communication covering advanced concepts in Media Planning and Buying Brand Management, Corporate Communications, Event Planning and Implementation.

Career Opportunities:

A degree in MA Journalism and Mass Communication opens up doors to different career options like News Reporting, Programme Producer, PR in Business and Corporate Houses, Creative Visualizer, Content Developer, Media Marketing to name a few. A sound knowledge in the subject also makes one skillful in pursuing his/her career as a Radio/video Jockey or a Photographer.
A graduate in MA Journalism and Mass Communication becomes eligible for many government and private sectors like All India Radio, Central Information Service, News Agencies, Press Information Bureau, Prasar Bharati, Doordarshan and the other private news channels, Print media, legal affairs department to name a few.