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Masters in mass communication Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Masters in mass communication


Master of mass communication is a course for candidates with keen interest in the field of Media. Graduates form related field is the ideal candidates for this course. There are many private institutes in India offer this course with good placement facilities. The list of government colleges is quite short for this course.

Course Name: Masters in mass communication
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Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
Duration: 2 years

Course introduction

This course teaches about different forms of media, media innovations and related cultural issues. It also includes study about theories, production techniques and research methods in this field. Media ethics and law are an important part of this course and this also includes details about Public affairs and opinions.
Masters in Mass communication can be Master of Arts or Masters of Science and in both cases, the syllabus will vary slightly.

Eligibility

A graduate from related fields like BA in Mass Communication, journalism, etc with 55% or higher from any recognized institute are eligible for this course. Some institutions may keep open applications from any graduation stream.

Admission Procedure

Admission procedure will be simple, including submission of filled application form along with prescribed admission fee and other required documents. Some institutes may conduct an entrance test and even an interview round for shortlisted candidates.



Colleges offering Masters in mass communication course in India

College NameUniversityState
Integral University CollegeIntegral UniversityUttar Pradesh
International Institute of Management, Media & ITGuru Jambeshwar UniversityDelhi
Sam Higginbotom Institute of Agriculture, Technology & SciencesUttar Pradesh

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Duration

This course is 2 years long and these 2 years are divided into 4 semesters each having 6 months duration.

Further study options

After successful completion of this course, interested candidates can register for a doctoral program, that is a PhD. It is typically a research based program in which candidates need to select a unique topic of their interest from their own field.
They can also pursue short term courses like personality development, English speaking, etc. These courses will help them to have a good job in the future.

Course highlights

The course includes both theoretical classes as well as laboratory work in studios. The theoretical part includes Introduction to Journalism & Mass Communication, English language, Reporting, Editing & Photography. Students also get to learn about Media Management, Radio and Television workings.
Lastly, Print and advertisement production in the most important thing to learn about. General Awareness about current affairs plays an important role in this course.

Job aspects

The main job options may include reporter, Public relations manager, Advertising manager, etc.Broadcast news analyst and Market research analyst are two jobs which are in demand now days.
Candidates can work in Journalism if have interest with excellent English skills. Working in Radio and Television is again an additional opportunity for these candidates.
Candidates with an interest in the corporate sector can work in corporate communication and corporate Magazines. Advertisement Media is great going now days. Publication Houses and Market Research services are also hiring these candidates every year.
Public Relation offices and Newspapers can be good job destinations

Masters in mass communication Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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