Objective

  • To provide the students an insight into the broadcast media and its relevance to rural and urban development. The course shall be a judicious blend of knowledge and skills.
  • To train students in the basic skills which will enable them to perform entry-level jobs in various broadcast media institutions, radio, Doordarshan news and advertising units, satellite and cable television networks etc.
  • To expose students to the basic concepts, characteristics of Indian society to enable them to plan suitable programmes on current political, economic, environmental and rural Problems.
  • To understand the responsibilities and ethics of broadcast media for Indian society.
  • To develop communication skills of students for broadcasting purposes.
  • To prepare them as excellent professionals to meet the challenges posed by the rapidly changing environment.
  • To make the students aware of the state of the art technology used in broadcasting and to attract the students to join the glamorous field of broadcasting.
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M. A. in Broadcast Journalism
  • Science of Human Communication
  • Process of Mass Communication
  • Introduction to Broadcast Media
  • Application of Computers in Electronic Media
  • Open Elective Subject (to be decided by the University)
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M. A. in Broadcast Journalism
  • Broadcast Media Management
  • Writing for Broadcast Media
  • Media Language & Content
  • Community & Participatory Communication
  • Open Elective Subject (to be decided by the University)
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M. A. in Broadcast Journalism
  • Radio Reporting & Production
  • Television Reporting & Production
  • Media Law and Ethics
  • Online Media
  • Open Elective Subject (to be decided by the University)
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M. A. in Broadcast Journalism
  • Communication Research
  • Advertising For Broadcast Media
  • Development Journalism
  • Production Portfolio
  • Open Elective Subject (to be decided by the University)

Eligibility : Graduation in any discipline from a recognized University.
No. of Seats : 25
Course Duration : 2 years (4 Semesters)