Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - BA (Hons.) - Journalism and Mass Communication
The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) programme in Journalism and Mass Communication, offered by the Department of Film & Media Studies, is meticulously designed to cater to the aspirations of students aiming for success in the dynamic realms of journalism, film, television, and digital media. This programme seamlessly integrates conceptual knowledge with practical technical skills, ensuring that students are well-equipped with the necessary tools to thrive in various roles within the media industry. Emphasizing research methodologies and staying attuned to the ever-evolving landscape of media technologies and practices, our programme readies students for diverse career opportunities, including but not limited to film production, television broadcasting, social media management, content creation, and media analysis.
Throughout the programme, students engage in hands-on projects and coursework that provide real-world experiences, enabling them to apply theoretical concepts to practical scenarios. Our faculty, comprised of industry experts and experienced professionals, guides students in developing critical thinking and analytical skills essential for navigating the complexities of the media landscape. Furthermore, our curriculum is designed to foster creativity, adaptability, and a deep understanding of the ethical considerations inherent in media production and journalism.
Upon completion of the BA (Hons.) programme, graduates emerge not only with a comprehensive understanding of media theories and practices but also with a portfolio showcasing their practical skills and creative endeavors. The programme aims to instill a sense of responsibility, professionalism, and a commitment to journalistic integrity, preparing students to make meaningful contributions to the ever-evolving and influential field of media and journalism.
Four Years / Eight Semesters
Commence of the course
Mode of Study
10+2 from recognized Board / Council with minimum 50% marks.
A relaxation of 5% marks or its equivalent grade may be allowed for those belonging to SC / ST / OBC (non-creamy layer) / Differently Abled.
Professional skill development in journalism, filmmaking, digital communication, and emerging media fields.
Continuous curriculum updates aligning with industry trends and technological advancements.
Proficiency in producing, managing, and analyzing media content across platforms.
Critical analysis skills for evaluating media cultures regionally and internationally.
Competence in research methodologies relevant to evolving media technologies.
State-of-the-art media lab experience showcasing modern media technology proficiency.
Competence in various media formats, including print, digital, and broadcast media.
Employability enhancement programs, including resume-building workshops and mock interviews.
Strategic networking opportunities through internships, industry collaborations, and events.
Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Multimedia Productions are well-prepared for a spectrum of roles in the media industry. They can pursue careers as Journalists, Multimedia Reporters, Content Producers, News Editors, Digital Media Specialists, Broadcast Journalists, Social Media Managers, Visual Storytelling Consultants, Production Assistants. This programme equips graduates with dynamic roles, addressing the multifaceted demands of journalism and multimedia production.