Department of Mass Communication

Post Graduate

Dept. data last updated on :06/05/2022

COURSE.NAME :

M.A. (Mass Communication)

COURSE.SPEC :

  1. The M.A. ( Mass Communication) curriculum caters to five core specialized areas of journalism and mass communication:

    1. Print Media  2. Radio, Television, and Films  3. New Media & Convergent Journalism  4. Advertising and Corporate Communication/Public Relations  5. Science, Health and Environment Communication

     The following specialized courses are offered as elective subjects:

    • Science and Technology Communication
    • Writing for Mass Media in Urdu
    • Human Rights and Media
    • TV News & Current Affairs Production
    • Film Studies
    • Women, Children and Media
    • Convergent Journalism
    • Health Communication
    • Sports Journalism
    • Environment and Media

COURSE.NOS :

30

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

1. On successful competition of the M.A (Mass Communication) program, the students can handle the journalism and communication tasks in various spheres of the media and communication landscape including Print journalism, Broadcast media production, New Media, Advertising & Public Relations/ Corporate Communication, and Development communication.

2. The students are getting job in TV News Channels, Film Production & Direction, Daily Newspapers, Corporate Communication and PR Units, Advertising Agencies, Online News Portals, Developmental Agencies including NGOs, and Academic & Research Institutions.

COURSE.PEO :

  1. To teach fundamentals of news gathering and news production. 
  2. To impart hands-on training related to mass media content production.
  3. To provide an updated perspective on media-studies.
  4. To make students understand and analyze media content from a critical perspective.
  5. To instill journalism ethics in students. 

COURSE.PO :

  • 1.  With an understanding of the theoretical concepts, acquired skills in written and spoken communication, and command over digital media technologies, the M.A. (Mass Communication)students cater to the growing demands for journalists in Print, Broadcast and Web  media, Public Relations & Corporate Communication experts in the Government, Corporate sector and Universities, and Communication Specialists in development agencies.
2. Specifically, the program strives to meet the need for academically sound and professionally trained journalists with strong commitment towards the value India stands for. 

COURSE.Accr :

No

COURSE.NAME :

P. G. Diploma in Public Relations

COURSE.SPEC :

P.G. Diploma in Public Relations program has been designed to develop expertise in theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed for public relations and corporate communication practitioners. 

COURSE.NOS :

10

COURSE.DEGREE :

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

The students are getting job in, Corporate Communication and PR Units, Advertising and Publicity Sector and Web based Digital public relations units.

COURSE.PEO :

COURSE.PO :

With an understanding of the theoretical concepts in public relations, acquired skills in written and spoken communication, and applied knowledge of the digital communication tools, the students meet the growing need for public relations practitioners in the Government , the Corporate Sector, NGOs, Healthcare, etc.

COURSE.Accr :

No

COURSE.NAME :

P. G. Diploma in Journalism

COURSE.SPEC :

P.G. Diploma in Journalism program acquaints the students with the theoretical concepts and practical skills of journalism and communication jobs in the areas of  Print journalism, Broadcast Journalism, Advertising & Public Relations, and Development communication.



COURSE.NOS :

15

COURSE.DEGREE :

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

The students are getting job in TV News Channels and Daily Newspapers.

COURSE.PEO :

COURSE.PO :

P.G. Diploma in Journalism program acquaints the students with the theoretical concepts and practical skills of journalism and communication jobs. On successful competition of the course, the students can handle the journalism and communication tasks in various spheres of the media and communication landscape including Print journalism, Broadcast media production, Advertising & Public Relations, and Development communication.

With an understanding of the theoretical concepts and acquired skills in written and spoken communication, the P.G. Diploma in Journalism students seek employment as journalists in print and electronic media, as public relations practitioners in the Government, Corporate sector, and as communication specialists in development agencies.


COURSE.Accr :

No