B.A MASS COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM

COURSE FEATURES

  • Duration 3 Years
  • Seats Available 40

ABOUT THE COURSES

The UG programme in B.A. Mass Communication and Journalism includes: (a) 10 common courses, (b) 14 core courses, (c) 4 complementary courses (d) 1open course, (e) 1 choice based course and (f) 1 project. The students can select any choice based course offered by the department which offers the core courses, depending on the availability of teachers and infrastructural facilities in the institution. Open course shall be offered in any subject and the students shall have the option to do courses offered by other departments.

The course deals with print, broadcast & online journalism, TV and Radio Production, Digital Photography, Video & Audio editing, Advertising etc.


Eligibility

ELIGIBILITY: • A pass in plus two or equivalent examinations recognized by the University, irrespective of the streams/subjects • Admission will be done by CAP and as per the guidelines of University The UG programme in B.A. Mass Communication and Journalism includes: (a) 10 common courses, (b) 14 core courses, (c) 4 complementary courses (d) 1open course, (e) 1 choice based course and (f) 1 project. The students can select any choice based course offered by the department which offers the core courses, depending on the availability of teachers and infrastructural facilities in the institution. Open course shall be offered in any subject and the students shall have the option to do courses offered by other departments.

Procedure

Admission in merit seat will be through CAP by online registration. www.cap.mgu.ac.in . Management Quota and Community Quota application forms and prospectus can be had from the college office. Application form should be neatly and legibly filled and submitted to the office on or before the prescribed date. Incomplete applications will be rejected. Photocopies of the mark lists of the qualifying examinations and conduct certificate should be attached with the application. Merit list and date of interview will be published on the notice board. Applicants should attend the interview with father / guardian along with relevant documents irrespective of whether the intimation card is received or not. Subsequent vacancies will be filled on the days fixed by the Principal and published on the notice board. Admission is ensured when all fees are remitted. The principal reserves to himself the right to reject admission to any student without as signing reasons. UGC REGULATIONS ON CURBING THE MENACE OF RAGGING IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, 2009 (Under Section 26 (1) (g) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956) F.1-16/2007 (CPP-II) Dated 17th June 2009. Applicants are adviced to keep sufficient photo copies of their qualifying certificates. The orginal certificates submitted in the office will not be return to them before the end of the course.

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