About The School of Broadcasting & Communication
The School of Broadcasting & Communication (SBC) is a part of the ‘Society for Arts & Mass Communication’, a non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) registered under ‘Registrar of Firms and Societies Act, 1973’, of the government of the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is located in Mumbai.
The school is affiliated to Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication, Asia.
SBC’s mission is to establish itself as a premier educational institute, which is focused on imparting relevant courses specific to the various media verticals; and creating professionals who are comparable to the best talent present anywhere in the world.
School of Broadcasting & Communication was incorporated with a vision of bringing world class, state-of-the art broadcasting and media education and technology to the Indian sub-continent.
SBC seeks to provide the Indian media broadcast, and journalism industry with trained and skilled personnel who are equipped with the latest technology and skill-sets and are empowered to meet the dynamic challenges in the global landscape.
What are they saying
The Media Landscape Overview
This is the age of information, communication & entertainment. The invasion by the media along with the knowledge – driven info-tech sector is drastically changing the face of the world. In a global economy that has been spelling out single digit growth figures in all major verticals, the Indian media landscape has been compounding itself exponentially. “It took almost a century to entrench and establish the old Fortune 1000. it will take about half a decade to establish the new Fortune 1000. By the end of the next year we will see a complete redefinition of the landscape.
Training Manager, BBC News, London
I am very keen for him to study journalism in India where he would be challenged to think in different ways, to question everything and to be thorough with the opportunity for work experience in highly professional broadcast newsrooms would be invaluable. I recommend him to you without hesitation as I think he has a great career ahead of him.
Stuart Cranney, News Services Co-ordinator
Voice International, Australia
Dear Mr. Choudhary,
Voice International would like to thank and acknowledge the services of SBC in providing and facilitating professional correspondence for our Newsroom in Australia.
Most notably, we would like to thank Mr. Tushir Choudhary for his efforts in assisting to arrange special correspondence of the Indian Elections 2004 via Smarika Rana. Mr. Choudhary has also arranged several interview occasions with students regarding their perceptions of various social and political issues.