Bachelor in Journalism & Mass Communication


Designed for both the liberal arts student and the pre-professional pursuing a career in media, this area of study is for those interested in exploring the mass media as cultural and/or political forces in contemporary society. To demonstrate elements of media industry and to familiarize them with recent developments in mass media to expose them to application of new technology and practices in journalism in various mass media i.e. print Media, Electronic Media, and Internet etc. This will enhance opportunities of absorption in this emerging field.


+2 or its relevant examination passed candidates with minimum 45% of Marks in the aggregate, preference will be given the candidate having English and Mathematics as a subject in +2 examination.


Three year degree program consist of three academic years.

Fee Structure

  • The Course will be conducted on self-finance basis.
  • SC/ST candidates will be allowed 20% concession in tuition fee.
  • The fee may be revised by the college in changing circumstances.
  • Beside the above noted fee and charges, each candidate appearing in the University examination will be required to pay the prescribed examination fee to the college for each examination.

Course Syllabus

1st Year

Course Code Course Title
Paper I Introduction to Journalism and Mass Communication
Paper II Reporting and Editing I
Paper III Writing for Mass Media
Paper IV Indian Govt. and Politics and International Relations.
Subsidiary Paper I Economics
Subsidiary Paper II Computer Application and Mass Media

2nd Year

Course Code Course Title
Paper V Introduction to Audio visual Media
Paper VI Reporting and Editing II
Paper VII Advertising
Paper VIII Public Relation and Corporate Communications
Subsidiary Paper I Economic Development and planning in India
Subsidiary Paper II Entrepreneurship development Program.

3rd Year

Course Code Course Title
Paper IX Reporting & Editing III
Paper X Photo Journalism
Paper XI Design & Graphics
Paper XII Indian Constitution and Media Law
Paper XIII Development Communication
Paper XIV Project Report