M. A. ~ Journalism & Mass Communication

Duration : Two years

Admission : On the basis of entrance test and personal interview

Eligibility Criteria : Bachelor’s degree with minimum 50% marks from any recognized University following 10+2+3 course pattern

Age Limit : Up to 30 years

Objectives : The aim of this course is to teach honest and progressive journalism to the students and to remove the veil of darkness and ignorance from the society. Our main purpose is to make journalism an effective medium of mass awakening and to strengthen the fourth pillar of
democracy.

Course Code Paper Name External Assessment Marks Internal Assessment Marks
Semester I
105A01 Communication 80 20
105A02 Elements of Mass Media 80 20
105A03 Reporting & Editing 80 20
105A04 History of Indian Journalism 80 20
105A05 Computer Skills Practical – 1 100 -
105A06 Life Management (Creative Excellence) 50 -
Semester II
105B01 Radio Journalism 80 20
105B02 Media Laws and Ethics 80 20
105B03 Media Research 80 20
105B04 Social Change and Development Communication 80 20
105B05 Computer Skills Practical – 2 50 -
105B06 Project Work 50 -
105B07 Life Management (Team Building & Leadership) 50 -
Semester III
105C01 TV Journalism 80 20
105C02 Advertisement 80 20
105C03 Feature Writing 80 20
105C04 Indian Political System 80 20
105C05 Computer Skills Practical – 3 100 -
105C06 Life Management (Spiritual Excellence) 50 -
Semester IV
105D01 Public Relations 80 20
105D02 Writing for Media 80 20
105D03 Post Independent India 80 20
105D04 Dissertation 100 -
105D05 Computer Skills Practical – 4 100 -
105D06 Life Management (Life Management Training & Teaching Skill) 50 -