Jamia Hamdard invites application for their first ever integrated undergraduate programme in Journalism and Mass Communication
Jamia Hamdard School of Media Education and Mass Communication invites application for their first ever Bachelors Programme in Journalism and Mass Communication for the academic year 2020-21. It will conduct a three year-long full-time undergraduate programme in Journalism with the objective of churning out fully-trained journalists, media and content professionals for leading media organisations.
Eligibility Criteria: 10+2 examination or equivalent in any discipline from a recognized board/
Institution with at least 50%. The admission of the candidates is done on the basis of performance in the qualifying examination (Class XII) , followed by a counselling process.
Being an integrated undergraduate programme with focus on Print, TV and Broadcast media, the school boasts a core faculty comprising media and industry experts .This rare privilege of being trained by their future recruiters and a hands-on approach to training gives students the much-needed edge when working real-time in various newsrooms.
The selected students will be trained to become multi-lingual, multi-format journalists and media professionals skilled in the latest tools and techniques including Mobile Journalism (MoJo) and online Journalism.
• The three-year programmes will consist of six semesters. Plus, there will be a mandatory internship for completion of the programme.
• Focus on Print Journalism, Broadcast Journalism and Multimedia Journalism.
• The programme designed to be a top-of-the-line course, enables students to learn the art of reporting, writing, editing, designing, scripting, programming etc in its state-of-the-art facilities – which includes a fully-functional news room and a TV studio enabling students to get exposure on all aspects.
“This three year Journalism and Mass Communication course launched by Jamia Hamdard is a benchmark in journalism education in India. Individuals who want to make their career in journalism have got a good opportunity to learn all the skills and techniques of the new age Journalism,” says Dean SM Khan, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Jamia Hamdard.
Number of Seats: 50
Last date to the submit application form: 31ST August 2020
For further information about what to expect when undertaking a Journalism and Mass Communication module and to know more about the admission procedure, you can visit website: http://jamiahamdard.edu/ and can apply though the link. https://jamiahamdard.nopaperforms.com/
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