BA (Hons) Hindi Journalism and Mass Communication from Delhi University

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In today’s era keeping oneself updated round the clock has become a necessity and so to help with this job, journalist exists. Today Journalism is not only about spreading news and relevant issues happening around in the world but also a prestigious profession which contain power to influence minds and ideas. Career in journalism is full of lucrative options and challenges. Here are some of the best institutes surpassing in delivering education and producing future pioneers.

1. Lady Shri Ram College for Women

LSR College of Delhi University offer journalism course.The Journalism programme   gives women an effective voice in the world of media.College provides training, workshops and often guest lectures by big names of the media industry to train students as professionals. Admission is given on the basis of cut-off list.

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

2. Kamala Nehru College

Kamala Nehru College of Delhi University is dedicated to women and offer journalism course.The teaching methodology here incorporates lectures, workshops and seminars, and emphasizes independent projects and extensive written assignments. Admission in given on the basis of Cut-off list.

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

3. Kalindi College

Kalindi College of Delhi University is another girl’s college offering Journalism course. Various Internships, field visits, workshops and seminars are organized to equip students for specialized jobs ahead. College’s department of Journalism has also partnered with the DUCR (Community Radio of Delhi University).

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

4. Maharaja Agrasen College

Maharaja Agrasen College that comes under Delhi University is committed for preparing students for the media industry by making them aware of the theoretical principles associated with the same and by providing practical exposure to its students. Admission is given on the basis of cut-off list.

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

5. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

The Department of Journalism was established in 1989 in the Delhi College of Arts and Commerce.College takes pride in having highly qualified and professional faculty from the field of media studies, research, and print, television and new media industry. DCAC rank among top colleges for education in Journalism.

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Journalism

6. Aditi Mahavidyalaya

College affiliated to Delhi University offer course in Journalism. College offer education in different fields of Journalism. Students of Journalism Department have been contributing in various capacities in different fields related to journalism.

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication


7. Bhim Rao Ambedkar College

Bhim Rao Ambedkar is a co-ed college established in 1991. The college provide three year bachelor degree programme in journalism. College is focused on imparting knowledge of different areas related to journalism through theoretical as well as practical knowledge.

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication

8. Ram Lal Anand College

Established in 1964, Ram Lal Anand College is prominent college under the illustrious Delhi University which was created for the sole purpose of providing quality education to all. RLAC provide under graduation programme in journalism.  Students are working with firms and companies in different sector of journalism. Admission is based on Cut off list.

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication

9. Shri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College

Shri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College is a major college imparting higher education in the field of liberal arts in Delhi, established in 1892. The Institute is an associate college of University of Delhi offer journalism course. Department of journalism is dedicated for empowering students’ voice through journalism.Admission is based on Cut off list.

Course offered: B.A. (Hons.) Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication

10. Amity School of Communication

College is located in Noida ( affiliated to Amity University) , provide various journalism courses. The School of Communication offers sophisticated learning environment and modern practical training in hi-tech campuses spread over 1,000 acres. Admission is based on entrance exam and/or Group Discussion and/or Interview.

Courses offered:
  • A. (Journalism & Mass Communication) – 3 Continent
  • Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication
  • A. (Journalism & Mass Communication)
  • A. (Journalism & Mass Communication) – Evening
  • BA (Hons.) Media Studies – Offered at Noida

Apart from Delhi University, Bachelor of Journalism and Mass communication (BJMC) course is also provided by famous Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) which  conducts Common Entrance Test (CET) for admission .

 If you have curiosity for knowing a story or event, objective thinking and good networking skills then Journalism suits you well. Most entry-level jobs require a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass communication. Journalist careers include positions like reporters, news correspondents, news writers, columnists and newscasters.A fresher may earn up to Rs-6000- Rs 10000.  Growth in salary depends upon position and work experience. For example, Editors can draw a salary of Rs.20, 000-Rs.35, 000.Newspapers, television or radio stations are the different work areas for a journalist.

By Anushikha Chaudhary


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