Best Journalism Colleges in Delhi University (DU)

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Best Journalism Colleges in DU

Delhi University Journalism colleges are offering admission in Bachelor, Master, Diploma, PG Diploma as well as Short-Term Certificate programmes for students who want to build their career as a journalist.

Generally, colleges offer Mass Communication and Journalism degrees, but Mass Communication is actually a broader term that includes the study of various mass mediums. It consists of journalism, advertising, film making, radio, television, online, public relations, event management etc. However, students who are only interested in journalism, here’s a list of best journalism colleges in Delhi University.

  1. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce

Affiliated to the University of Delhi, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, also known as DCAC, is one of the popular Delhi University Journalism colleges. It was established in 1987 and introduced a three-year Honours programme in Journalism in July–August 1989. This course was introduced because the press and media are important organs of a democratic and free society in modern day.

Address

South Campus, University of Delhi, Netaji Nagar, Delhi

Web

http://dcac.du.ac.in/

Course

Bachelors in Journalism (Honours)

Admission

Buy the prospects of the college for the course, which contains all the information. It will be available in university so you can get it either by hand or through post by sending a DD.

Fill the application form and submit it before the last date with all documents attached

A candidate is eligible for admission if he / she is more than 17 years less than 19 years at the time of admission at DCAC. For SC/ST category candidates the upper age limit will be 20 years.

Course Fee

Rs. 31,410

  1. Kalindi College

Established in 1967, the Kalindi College is affiliated to the University of Delhi. It is one of the well-known Delhi University Journalism colleges that provide admissions to candidates in the Bachelor programme for training in Media and Mass communication. Experienced faculty in the media industry imparts professional education in this programme.

Address

East Patel Nagar, New Delhi

Web

http://dcac.du.ac.in/

Course

Bachelors in Journalism (Honours)

Admission

The admission to the college is made on cut-off basis. The college will display the cut-offs on the dates announced by the University. The candidate should verify that their marks are within the cut-off announced and all the eligibility criteria are met (including relevant special requirements).

The application for admission to the college should be made on the prescribed form. The application form should be filled completely. Incomplete application forms will be rejected.

Those seeking admission will have to be personally present at the time of application to gain admission.

All admissions will be provisional and subject to confirmation by the University of Delhi.

For admission under the Sports & ECA categories, a separate Sports/ECA form shall be filled (available at the college).

Course Fee

Rs. 20,385

  1. Kamala Nehru College

Another Delhi University Journalism college is the Kamala Nehru College. Established in 1964, the college was earlier named ‘Government College for Women’ and located in Defence Colony. Later, it was renamed as ‘Modern College for Women’ in 1966. In 1974, it was christened as ‘Kamala Nehru College’ moved to its present location.

Address

August Kranti Marg, New Delhi

Web

http://www.knc.edu.in/

Course

Bachelors in Journalism (Honours)

Admission

Interested candidates have to register online with required information. Non-refundable online registration fee is a mandate without which candidate’s application would not be considered for further processing.

The candidate has to select preferred course at the time of registration. There is no limit on the maximum number of courses in which the candidate can apply and there is no additional fee for applying in multiple courses.

Application registration fee for various categories -

l  UG/OBS) – Rs.100

l  SC/ST/PwD – Rs.50

l  Sports/ECA quota - Rs.200

Course Fee

Rs. 29,700

  1. Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University

Lady Shri Ram College for Women a.k.a. LSR was founded in 1956. It is affiliated to the University of Delhi and admits only female students. LSR is an all girls’ college that offers Bachelor in Journalism programme to students. Often guest lectures are provided by big names of the media industry.

Address

Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi

Web

http://lsr.edu.in/

Course

Bachelors in Journalism (Honours)

Admission

Candidates who have passed the Senior School Certificate Examination (Class 12) of the Central Board of Secondary Education or a recognised equivalent examination are eligible to apply.

For admission in Honours in Journalism, a student should have studied English in Class 12, as the medium of instruction for the course is English.

Aggregate of one language (English) and three best elective subjects is considered as best four subjects to meet cut-off for admission.

Course Fee

Rs. 27,190

  1. Maharaja Agrasen College, Delhi University

Spread across an area of 10 acres, Maharaja Agrasen College was established in 1994. The college is amongst one of the top five Delhi University Journalism colleges. In 2013, the University of Delhi awarded the college with the Best College Award. The college was awarded for its best academic environment amongst all the colleges of the University.

Address

Vasundhara Enclave, New Delhi

Web

http://mac.du.ac.in/

Course

Bachelors in Journalism (Honours)

Admission

Candidates who have passed the Senior School Certificate Examination (Class 12) of the Central Board of Secondary Education or a recognised equivalent examination are eligible to apply.

The admission will be on the basis of marks obtained in the Class 12 or equivalent examination.

The aggregate required for admission will be calculated on the basis of marks secured in one language, marks secured in the subject in which admission is sought and marks secured in any other 2 academic/elective subjects as defined by the University of Delhi.

Course Fee

Rs. 30,000

 

 

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