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Category: BJ | Journalism | Electronic Media | Advertising | Public Relations

Basic Details

Higher Secondary School Certificate (10 + 2)
Entrance examination.
SAT scores accepted.

Medium of instruction:English
Overview, Content & Syllabus

Objective :

  • Provides quality education with technical know-how related to the field of Journalism

  • Stress is given on the development of creative skills and power of expression in order to attain the competitive edge.

  • The course is a judicious blend of theory and practical skills.

  • Continuous interaction between students and media organization, agencies and media personalities makes the students effective & efficient media professionals.

  • Qualified and experienced subject experts make learning an interesting experience with the use of audio-visual aids.

The program is spread over six semesters. There will be four parts of the course:

  1. Fundamental - Basic understanding of Indian Society, State, National and international affairs.

  2. Theoretical and practical knowledge of subjects related to journalism.

  3. Functional knowledge of computer vis-à-vis Journalism.

  4. Language proficiency.

Course Duration : 1 years full-time, 2 Semesters.

Course Content :
Semester 1

1. Development of Journalism
2. Introduction to Journalism
3. Hindi Language and its structure
4. English
5. Theories of political science
6. Basic Economics

Semester 2

  1. Understanding News
    8. Forms of writing other than News
    9. Language of Hindi/English Journalism & Freedom Movement
    10. Photo Journalism
    11. Governance and Politics
    12. Economic Development and Macro Economics Issues

Semester 3

13. News gathering and correspondent.
14. Interview
15. Electronic Media
16. Hindi/English Translations Theory and Application
17. International Politics
18. Indian Economy - Problems and Policies

Semester 4

19. Advance Reporting
20. Editing and Layout designing
21. Fundamental of Computers
22. Creative Application of Hindi/English in Electronic Media
23. Public Administration, Society and Media
24. International Trade and the World Economy

Semester 5

25. Web Journalism
26. Media, Laws and Ethic
27. Electronic Journalism
28. Advertisement and Public Relation
29. Communication Research and Theories
30. Newspaper Management

Semester 6

31. Development Journalism
32. Special Papers (Any one from the list given below)
(i) Parliamentary News Reporting
(ii) Crime and Court News gathering
(iii) Art and Culture Journalism
(iv) Sports Journalism
(vi) Business Journalism

Course Schedule & Price
Classroom - Full Time
When Duration Where Remarks Price
Not Specified 1 Years
All Venues Not Specified Price On Request

Venues (Locations)
Mumbai, Andheri West (Head Office):- Andhakshi Building 37, Gilbert Hill Road, Near Bhavans College, Andheri West, Mumbai - 400 058, Maharashtra, India

About Course Provider

School of Broadcasting and Communication

School of Broadcasting & Communication is a part of the 'Society for Arts & Mass Communication', a non - profit, non - government organization (NGO) registered under 'Registrar of Firms and Societies Act, 1973', of the government of the state of Madhya Pradesh, India, having an all India jurisdiction (Registration # 6270 / 98).

School of Broadcasting & Communication was incorporated with a vision of bringing world class, state-of-art broadcasting and media education and technology to the Indian sub-continent, in process contributing to the cause of providing the country with a new generation of young expert, while focusing especially on providing education to the weaker and under privileged segments of the Indian society.

School of Broadcasting & Communication is an 'equal opportunity' institution, that provides equal opportunities to both is employees and students without any discrimination on the basis of caste, creed, color, religion, gender, language and nationality.

Over the past decade the entertainment industry has evolved exponentially. As per FICCI report, this industry grossed a turnover of INR. 130 Billion in 2001, and is poised to exceed a turnover of INR. 29.3 Billion by the year 2006. This opportunity opens new dimensions and avenues, for aspiring media related professionals, and is the driving force in the conceptualization and incorporation of School of Broadcasting & Communication.

School of Broadcasting & Communication harbors the vision of envisaging to provide the Indian media, broadcast, and journalism industry with trained and skilled personnel, who are equipped with the latest technologies and other related skill-sets; and are empowered to meet the dynamic challenges in the global industry landscape.

School of Broadcasting & Communication's mission is to establish itself as a premier educational institute, which is focused in imparting the latest sate of art curriculums and courses specific to the media, broadcast and journalism verticals; and creating professionals related to these industries, who are comparable to the best talent present anywhere world wide.

Conceptualized by individuals possessing extensive experience in the fields of broadcasting and education, the mission of School of Broadcasting & Communication is to make available to the industry, the latest state - of - art technology and skilled personnel; qualified to implement and manage the best practices prevalent in the media industry worldwide.

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