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जर्नलिज़्म ओर मास कम्युनिकेशन फील्ड

Journalism and Mass Communication

Course: Journalism and Mass Communication | Difference between Journalism & Mass Communication|Print Journalism|lectronic Journalism|PR & Advertising

Key Institutes

1. Indian Institute of Mass Communication,New Delhi

IIMC considers communication as an imperative for development and is committed to serving society by providing world class teaching, training and research, thus preparing students to take on the challenges of a highly competitive world. IIMC training programmes have been tailored to meet the needs of developing countries and this is what makes IIMC different from other centers of mass communication training in this country and elsewhere. In 1969, a major international training programme, the Postgraduate Diploma Course in Journalism for Developing Countries, for middle level working journalists from Afro-Asian countries, was started. A number of specialised short courses of one week to three months’ duration were subsequently started by the Institute to meet the training needs of communication professionals working in various media/publicity outfits of the central/state governments and public sector organisations. Over the years, IIMC has expanded and now offers regular Post-graduate Diploma Courses.
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2. Jamia Millia Islamia,New Delhi

Jamia Millia Islamia, an institution originally established at Aligarh in United Provinces, India in 1920 became a Central University by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1988. In Urdu language, Jamia means ‘University’, and Millia means ‘National’.The story of its growth from a small institution in the pre-independence India to a central university located in New Delhi—offering integrated education from nursery to research in specialized areas—is a saga of dedication, conviction and vision of a people who worked against all odds and saw it growing step by step. They “built up the Jamia Millia stone by stone and sacrifice by sacrifice,” said Sarojini Naidu, the nightingale of India.In 1962, the University Grants Commission declared the Jamia a ‘deemed to be University’. Soon thereafter, the School of Social Work was established in 1967. In 1971, Jamia started the Zakir Husain Institute of Islamic Studies, to honour Dr. Zakir Husain, who had passed away in 1969. BE course in Civil Engineering commenced in 1978; in 1981, the faculties of Humanities and Languages, Natural Sciences, Social Science, and the State Resource Centre were founded. In 1983, it started the Mass Communication Research Centre and the Centre for Coaching and Career Planning. In 1985, it established the Faculty of Engineering & Technology and the University Computer Centre. Academic Staff College and the Academy of Third World Studies followed in 1987 and 1988.

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3. Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Avam Sanchar

Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal , was set up by Act Number 15 of 1990 of the Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh. The University is named after Makhanlal Chaturvedi, a renowned Freedom Fighter, Poet and Journalist.It is not an Open University providing Distance Education. It does not provide education through correspondence.It is not a Conventional University having limited territorial jurisdiction. It has jurisdiction through out the country. Consistent with the recent trend of globalisation and internationalisation of education, the University is imparting education outside the country also.

The University imparts education through :-

  1. Its Teaching Departments at Bhopal
  2. Its campuses at Noida, which is now for all practical purposes, a part of Delhi; and at Khandwa
  3. Network of Study Institutes spread over the whole country.

These Study Institutes are run by non-profit Societies & Trusts which are registered under the relevant laws.

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4. Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi

The University came into existence in the year 1916.The Air Field of the campus was started for military training for flying during the second world war. Another campus of the university at Barkachha , in Mirzapur district, covering an area of 2700 acres is coming up. The university comprises 3 Institutes, 14 Faculties 140 Departments, 4 Inter displinary Centers a constituent college for women’s and 3 Constituents Schools, spanning a vast range of subjects pertaining to all branches of humanities,social science,technology, medicine ,science, fine arts and performing arts. It has 6 centres of Advanced Studies, 10 Departments under Special Assistance Programme and a large number of specialized Research Centers.

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5. Film and Television Institute of India

Established as ‘Film Institute of India’ in 1960 on the erstwhile Prabhat Studio premises at Pune. The Institute was renamed ‘The Film and Television Institute of India’ in 1971. The Institute has a full-fledged Graphics Department ready to offer inputs and the department has acquired O2 Silicon Graphics facility for use in its working.

  1. Multimedia Laboratory

      2. Book, Film and Video Library

      3. Screenings

      4. Sports and Games Facilities
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6. Madras Christian College

Madras Christian College traces its origin to the General Assembly School founded by the Rev. John Anderson, a Missionary from the Church of Scotland on 3rd April 1837. Anderson was a pioneer in introducing English medium education in South India.Madras  Christian  College has established the ‘MCC Boyd Business School’ in 2016, which aims to offer world-class business education. Academic excellence, spiritual vitality and social relevance have remained the guiding principles of the Institution down the decades.  For more details , click here

6. School Of Communication

The School of Communication (SOC) was established in 1997.The School of Communication is also ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 certified.  Keeping up with the changing trends and needs in the media industry, from 2015 ,the course – B.A Journalism and Communication has been renamed as B.A Media and Communication.  School of Communication, Manipal has been Ranked  No. 5 amongst the top media schools in India –  Outlook survey 2015.Our programs train students in print journalism, radio, television, new media, corporate communication management, film studies, advertising, brand planning, strategic media planning, research methodology, and market research.Our students also receive education in media and society, cultural studies, law and ethics, development and environment communication, global, political and communication, english, economics, political science, international relations and current affairs, in order to locate communication in a broader social context.Our goal is to provide a holistic education with professionalism and social sensitivity.Over the years, a number of leading media organisations have visited our campus and recruited our students.

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7. AMITY SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION

Amity School of Communication is a premier communication institute under the Amity Universe umbrella which offers professional courses at under-graduate and post graduate level. It has over 1500 students on its rolls.

The guiding principle of amity is:

“Where Modernity blends with tradition”

“We nurture talent”

In 2010 over Rs. 50 crores worth of Scholarships have been awarded to students on need or merit basis.Amity prides itself on the placements the students get. In the Corporate Resource Center there is a whole dedicated team which works together with the student placement committee to ensure that the best companies come to campus.

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Kishinchand Chellaram College is one of the premier institutions affiliated to the University of Mumbai and recognized by Government of Maharashtra. It was established in 1954 by the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board. The college was awarded permanent affiliation by the University of Mumbai within a record span of two years.The Motto of the College is ‘SALVATION THROUGH KNOWLEDGE’. This motto was selected from ancient Sanskrit scriptures. ‘Knowledge’ in the highest sense means acquiring wisdom & understanding, which in turn leads man to ”Moksha” or Salvation.K.C. prides itself in motivating students to achieve excellence not only in academic fields but also in co-curricular and extracurricular activities.

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10. University of Mumbai

The profile of this University carved out in 161 years of its functioning attests to its manifold achievements as the intellectual and moral powerhouse of the society. Initially, the University concentrated its efforts on controlling teaching at the undergraduate level and in conducting examinations. Later on it took up research and the task of imparting instructions at the Post-Graduate level. This resulted in the establishment of the University Departments beginning with the School of Sociology and Civics & Politics. At national level, it has excelled in sports, cultural and out-reach activities. In the last five years it has seen 104% increase in under-graduate students, 112% increase in post-graduate students and 147% increase in distance – education students. There is 156% increase in the number of research papers published in International journals. Twelve Department/sections are recognized under various national programmes, such as SAP/CAS/DRS/DSA/COSIST/FIST. More than eighty teachers are on various professional bodies. Eighteen National/International awards are won by teachers in the last five years. Every year about 20 teachers visit abroad for academic activities. Recently more than ten self-supporting courses have been started by the University.

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