BJCM is an undergraduate Mass Communication course. It provides the students with basic journalistic skills in various mass media, to expose students to recent developments in media issues and media research to strengthen the foundations for various technologies involved in mass media like computer applications, respective software and hardware print, radio, television, internet etc. This course will enable the aspirants to work in various media like print, radio, television, internet and several other related fields. After this course, student can start a full-fledged career in journalism into freelancing.
|Type of course||Degree (Bachelors)|
|Eligibility||10+2 or equivalent|
|Average salary||INR 10 Lacs to 12 Lacs per annum|
|Higher study options||M.A. (Mass Communication & Journalism) M.Phil. (Journalism and Mass Communication)|
Employment Areas: Advertising Agencies, Broadcasting Corporations, Circulation & Public Relations, Legal Affairs Department, Journals, New Agencies, Photography Companies, TV Channels, Radio Telecasting Companies, All India Radio, Newspapers etc.
Type of Course: BJCMis a 3-years undergraduate Mass Communication course.
Duration: The duration of course is 3-years.
- Students should have passed 10+2 or equivalent from any stream or subjects.
- Candidates appearing or appeared in qualifying examinations may also apply.
- Minimum aggregate of 50-60% marks in graduation.
- IPU CET BJMC
- IIMC Entrance Exam
- Xavier Institute of Mass Communication Entrance Exam
- Asian College of Journalism Entrance Exam
- International School of Business and Media Entrance Exam
- Jamia Milia Islamia Entrance Exam
- Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication
- Introduction to Journalism
- Basics of Design & Graphics
- Socio-Economic & Political Scenario
- History of Print & Broadcasting in India
- Theory of Communication
- Television Journalism & Production
- Value Education
- Media Organization and Management
- Environment Communication
- Tribal Communication
- Media Research
- Cyber Media
- Basics of Camera, Lights & Sound
- Radio Journalism & Production
- Development & Communication
- Print Journalism
- Media Laws and Ethics
Possible roles: Journalist, Free Lance Writer, Columnist, Fashion Photographer, News Analyst, Public Relations Officer, Radio Jockey, Special Correspondent, Feature Writer, Staff or Freelance Writer, Video Jockey, TV Correspondence, Correspondent, Photojournalist etc.