About the Course
BJMC (Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication) is a three-year undergraduate degree programme for those interested in pursuing careers in journalism and mass communication.
Candidates who complete the course can improve and refine their skills in obtaining, transferring, and delivering information to a large audience. Students with a degree in Mass Communication have numerous career options.
Candidates who successfully pass BJMC can choose to work for news channels, newspapers, publishing firms, television, radio, and the internet, among other places, and earn a good living.
Candidates must complete the following characteristics to meet the eligibility requirements for the Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication:
- Candidates must have a high school diploma in any subject from a recognized board.
- Candidates must have a minimum of 50% – 60% in class 12.
- Candidates must be at least 17 years old.
The above factors may alter based on the policies of the institute to which a candidate is applying.
Candidates for the BJMC course should be curious about the numerous events taken on worldwide. Aside from that, some of the characteristics and skills that individuals interested in BJMC should possess are:
A flair for writing, Excellent communication skills, Flair for the language, Strong networking skills, Ability to research well, Analytical skills, Critical thinking, Interpretation skills, Ability to work under stringent deadlines, Ability to work under rough conditions, High confidence, Problem-solving skills, Interviewing skills, Observation skills
- Semester I
Writing for Media, Introduction to Communication, Socio-Economic & Political Scenario, Introduction to Journalism (Reporting, Writing & Editing), Basics of Design & Graphics, Communicative Hindi, Indian Culture, Communication Lab, Computer Lab, Design & Graphics Lab
- Semester II
History of Print & Broadcasting in India, Media Laws & Ethics, Print Journalism-I, Still Photography, State Politics & Constitution, Application of Computer in Media, Theory of Communication, Photo Lab, Computer Lab, Print Journalism Lab
- Semester III
Development & Communication, Radio Journalism & Production, Print Journalism-II, Basics of Camera, Lights & Sound, Media Management, Folk Media, Cyber Media, Summer Training Report, Radio Journalism & Production Lab, Operation & Handling of Video Equipment Lab
- Semester IV
Television Journalism & Production, Public Relations, Introduction to Advertising, New Media, Public Relations Lab, Television Journalism & Production Lab, National & International Affairs, Fundamentals of Economics & Indian Economy, New Media Lab
- Semester V
Advertising Practices, Media Research, Event Management: Principles & Methods, Environment Communication, Tribal Communication, Communication Research, Internship Report, Functional Exposure Report, Event Management Lab, Advertising Lab, Media Research Lab
- Semester VI
Media Organisation & Management, Contemporary Issues, Global Media Scenario, Value Education, Final Project, Comprehensive Viva
- Creative Director
- Public Relation Officer
- Public Relation Manager
- Radio Jockey
- Video Jockey
- Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Bangalore
- Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune
- Lady Shriram College for Women, New Delhi
- Christ University, Bangalore
- School of Communication, Manipal
- Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, New Delhi
- Indraprastha College for Women, New Delhi
- Kishinchand Chellaram College, Mumbai
- Kamala Nehru College, New Delhi
- Madras Christian College, Chennai
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