The fundamental nature and learning outcomes based approach to awarding the B.A (Journalism & Mass Communication) is founded on demonstrated achievement of outcomes in terms of knowledge, understanding skills, attitudes and values, and academic qualities expected of a graduate.
The learning outcomes specify what graduates are expected to know, understand, and be able to practice on a professional level after successfully completing the Mass Communication & Journalism degree programme of study.
The expected learning outcomes are relevant in today's context, as graduates of mass communication and journalism are employable in the M&E industry. The goal of this course is to help students understand the concept, scope, and significance of mass communication in today's society, as well as to prepare them to be media professionals with solid technical, ethical, and academic knowledge.
BA (JMC) / BA (JMC) (Hons)
3 years ( 6 semesters) / 4 years (8 semesters)
10+2 in any stream | General/OBC/PH/EWS- minimum 45% | SC/ST/PWD- minimum 35%
*As per Four Year Undergraduate Programme and NEP 2020 framework. It is also based upon the evaluation scheme by MUIT