Bachelor in Mass Communication in Multimedia

Sharda University
In Greater Noida and Agra

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Mass Communication is the study of mass media and it includes all types of medium used to convey the information to the audience. Examples of mass media include newspapers, magazines, cinema films, radio, television, etc. The graduates of Mass Communication programs work in a variety of fields in news, media and publishing, public relations and research institutes. There are ample of.

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Where and when

Starts Location
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BMAS Engineering College, NH-2, 19th K.M. Stone, Agra-Delhi Highway, Keetham, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Greater Noida
Sharda University, Plot No. 32-34, Knowledge Park III, 201306, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Course programme

Mass Communication

Why Career in Mass Communication?

· Mass Communication is the study of mass media and it includes all types of medium used to convey the information to the audience. Examples of mass media include newspapers, magazines, cinema films, radio, television, etc. The graduates of Mass Communication programs work in a variety of fields in news, media and publishing, public relations and research institutes
· There are ample of opportunities for mass communication in global world like in publishing houses, radio and television companies, corporate world, entertainment industry, media industry, advertising agencies, public relations agencies and government organizations etc.
· Career in journalism is a prestigious profession as well as a highly paid one. The purpose of journalism itself is to inform and interpret, educate and enlighten the people
· Recent past has seen India awaken to the call of media and this fact has led to major developments in the Mass Communication study-sectors across India, which in turn has led to the establishment of various media houses which calls for a huge requirement of manpower in this field.
· Today in India, every common man's problem is constantly reflected through media. And there is hardly any section of the society or any issues that are not taken up by the media. Therefore, Media has become an integral part of a common man's life.

Why Sharda University ?

· Sharda University also provides you with the fully flexible credit based system, where you can learn at your own pace and achieve what you perceive in your professional career.
· Pursuing mass communication Sharda University is beneficial as it emphasizes on practical and application based learning which enables you to work and apply what you've learnt in real work environments.
· Sharda University uses modern education and training tools like learning management system (LMS), e-library, e-learning, e-lectures, e-notes etc.
· Well equipped auditoriums and practice halls for practice and open air theatre is planned to be constructed.
· Sharda University has more than 20% foreign faculty members which have been handpicked from the Best Universities of US, UK, Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia; so as to provide our students a truly global experience
· Sharda university has a very organized and connected alumni database so that you get to learn from the experience of industry professionals being placed from Sharda University

Graduate programs in journalism and mass communication found that over 51% of graduates were employed in some aspect of the field within six months after graduation, while others pursue doctoral degrees or teaching careers. In our program, many of our M.A. graduates go on to obtain their doctoral degree and/or pursue teaching careers. The academically oriented nature of the program prepares our students well for such career paths.

Sharda University Offerings:

· Bachelor in Mass Comm & Journalism & Advertising

· Advertising & Marketing
· Print Journalism
· Electronic Journalism
· Public Relations
· Event Management

· Masters in Mass Comm & Journalism & Advertising

· Advertising
· TV Production
· Print Journalism
· Electronic Journalism
· Media Management
· Public Relations and Integrated Marketing Communication


Journalism, in short, is collecting and editing of news for presentation through media. Print journalism is one of the oldest forms of journalism.


Introduction of electronic communication especially through broadcasting has affected the lifestyles and thoughts of the masses. Communication mediums like television, radio, audio, video etc. has made possible news, entertainment, information, education related subjects reach the very far and wide places. The Radio has regained its popularity A plethora of opportunities are available to youths in the radio broadcasting industry such as becoming a radio jockey, a sound engineer, a station engineer, a scriptwriter, and a radio producer


The so-called 'idiot box' can no longer be called 'idiot'. It provides not merely entertainment but is an integral medium for dissemination of information and education. The number of channels and the diversity of programmes have thrown open a great number of opportunities in the television industry. Media Partners Asia (MPA) has estimated India to become Asia's leading cable market by 2010, the largest satellite market by 2012 and the most lucrative pay television market by 2015.

Event Management-

Have you ever wanted to know what it takes to pull-off a major event like a concert, a festival, a fair, a trade show ...or even the Olympics? We hope to introduce you to the many facets of managing an event - from marketing and ticketing, to operations and evaluation. You will learn the importance of planning, budgeting, and customer service. The objective is to acquire an in-depth knowledge of the specialized field of "event management" and to become familiar with management techniques and strategies required for successful planning, promotion, implementation and evaluation of events.

6. Public Relations

The course will introduce the student to the basic elements and principles of public relations. A variety of facets will be explored including the ethics and legal considerations. Students will acquire knowledge about a variety of theories and paradigms of effective public relations. More specifically, they will learn to develop market surveys, write news releases, produce public service announcements, conduct news conferences, and design web pages.

7. Media Management

This is a course that focuses on media management. Emphasis is on the production, content, and distribution aspects of media, and, of course, the way in which revenues and profits are achieved. We will also talk about media regulation and the possible "effects" of media on individuals and society.

8. Advertising

Although advertising is an accepted part of every day life, there is still great debate as to how advertising works and the role it can and should perform within the marketing communication mix. This module enables students to review this debate and learn how to put together an effective advertising plan.

Compulsory Modules

Globalization *
Media Management*
Corporate communications
Virtual animation & flash application

Electives Modules

Communication research
Internal & External Public relations
Marketing Communications
Promotion & public Relations
Principle of Communications
Promotion & public Relations
Digital Media & New Media Communications
Video Production
Media audience
Movie Industry
Editing Media

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