4 Semester (2 Years)
Rs. 80,000-/ (Per Year)
Rs. 4,000-/ (Per Year)
6 To 6.5
* The title of the programme is approved u/s 22 of University Grants Commission (UGC) Act 1956.
A Master of Arts (Journalism & Mass Communication) is a Post-graduate-level program that builds on the foundational skills and knowledge gained in an journalism or mass communication program. The program is typically designed to help students deepen their understanding of media and communication theory, research methods, and professional practices.
Students in a Master of Arts (Journalism & Mass Communication) program may have the opportunity to specialize in a particular area of the field, such as investigative journalism, digital media, or strategic communication. They may also have the opportunity to conduct original research in their area of specialization and produce a thesis or capstone project.
Graduates of a Master of Arts (Journalism & Mass Communication) program may go on to pursue careers in a variety of fields, including journalism, public relations, advertising, media analysis, and digital media. They may work for traditional media outlets, such as newspapers or television stations, or for digital media companies, nonprofit organizations, or government agencies.
In addition to providing advanced knowledge and skills in journalism and mass communication, a Master of Arts program may also help students develop critical thinking, research, and analytical skills that can be applied to a wide range of fields. Graduates may go on to pursue careers in fields such as law, public policy, or education, or they may pursue further academic study in a related field.
Financial Assistance :-
Fee reimbursement upto ₹ 20,000/- for candidates having family income less than ₹ 5,00,000/- (Five Lakhs) per annum under schemes offered by Central Govt./ State Govt. or World Education Mission subject to compliance of prescribed terms and conditions.
Journalist: Journalists gather and report news stories for newspapers, magazines, television, radio, or online news outlets. They may specialize in a particular area, such as politics, business, or sports.
Public Relations Specialist: Public relations specialists manage the public image of individuals or organizations. They create and distribute press releases, develop relationships with media outlets, and handle crisis communications.
Advertising Executive: Advertising executives create and manage advertising campaigns for products, services, or organizations. They may work for advertising agencies or directly for a company.
Multimedia Journalist: Multimedia journalists report news stories using a variety of media, including text, video, audio, and social media. They may work for a single news outlet or freelance for multiple outlets.
Digital Content Creator: Digital content creators develop content for websites, social media, and other digital platforms. They may specialize in creating written content, videos, or graphics.
Media Analyst: Media analysts research and analyze media trends and audience behavior to help media organizations make informed decisions about content and marketing strategies.
Event Planner: Event planners organize and coordinate events, such as conferences, trade shows, and fundraisers. They may work for a company, nonprofit organization, or event planning firm.