Bachelor of Art's in Journalism & Mass Communication

National Institute of Management Studies
In Bangalore

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  • Bachelor
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    3 Years
Description

1.To provide students with basic journalistic skills in various mass media. 2.To expose students to recent developments in media issues and media research. 3.To strengthen the foundations for various technologies involved in mass media like computer applications, respective software and hardware in print, radio, television, internet and the likes. This course would enable the students to work in various media like print, radio, television, internet, and in related fields. Students can start a full-fledged career in journalism or venture into freelancing.

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Starts Location
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Bangalore
National Institute of Management Studies # 123, 1st Main Road, Kengeri Satellite Town,, 560060, Karnataka, India
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· Requirements

10+2 or equivalent.

Course programme

There is a growing need for trained media professionals. This course is meant for candidates who aspire for a career in mass communication and journalism. This course imparts a comprehensive training to young, aspiring journalists to meet the needs in media industry, keeping pace with the recent developments in all areas of mass media.


Objectives: The course objectives are

1.To provide students with basic journalistic skills in various mass media.
2.To expose students to recent developments in media issues and media research.
3.To strengthen the foundations for various technologies involved in mass media like computer applications, respective software and hardware in print, radio, television, internet and the likes.

This course would enable the students to work in various media like print, radio, television, internet, and in related fields. Students can start a full-fledged career in journalism or venture into freelancing.


Semester I

Communication skills
Computer Fundamentals
Fundamentals of Language
Human Communication
Print Journalism


Semester II

Internet and New Media
Organisational Behaviour
Computer ands Printing Process
Media Organisation
History of Media


Semester III

Audio Visual Communication
Photojournalism
Technology based Media Communication
Public Relations


Semester IV

Media and Society
Media Laws and Media Ethics
Advertising
Information Society
Magazine Journalism


Semester V

Media Management
Media and Political System
Media and Development
Media Criticism


Semester VI

Media Research
Investigating reporting and interviews
Anchor Persons in TV and radio Broadcasting
Project


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