Importance of the Course
(Post Graduation Diploma in Mass Communication )
This one year course contains ten papers divided into two semester. It is the base of academic journalism. So, the utmost emphasis is on basic aspects and areas of mass communication. Print media is the oldest mass media. Therefore, the course contains many aspects related to print media. Practical work is also there. A well equipped computer lab is there where. PGDMC Students are published a magazine “Lakshyavedh” every year.
(Master of Journalism & Mass Communication )
This is also one year program having two semester. It contains ten papers. As this Program follows P.G.D.M.C. it is more advanced. It deals largely with electronic & digital media. Such as Radio, Television, Cinema & Internet as well. Students see & review classic movies on every Monday. The important area of communication research is also covered. Students also make Short Films and Documentary films every year. For this, they are provided necessary guidance & encouragement by expert of the field.
- M.Phil (Journalism)
(Master of Philosophy)
This Programme follows MJMC and more emphasis on teaching & research. This is a 1 year course with 2 semesters and 4r papers including dissertation. This is the base course for the students interested to do research for the Ph.D. degree. Most of them want to go for academic field or research projects. In this course students have to completed course work contents mass communication research mostly in the beginning and at the end of the year he/she has to submit a dissertation on selected subject.
(Doctor of Philosophy)
The students having pure academic and research based attitude choose this programme. As in the field of Mass Communication, number of researches less, this course is more important. Hard work and full commitment are primary need for this programme. The students have to complete their research work a thesis in minimum 2 years and maximum 7 Years.
Department of Journalism