Top Journalism & Mass Comm Undergraduate Colleges

Gauri Sahni updated on : 16 May 2016
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Mass communication is seen as the study of collecting, relaying information with the usage of mass media to a large size of the population at the same time. Journalism, according to the Oxford dictionary, is defined as the activity or profession related to the news and its broadcast. The scope for Journalism and Mass Communication has increased massively in the past few decades. Check out our ranking of the Top Journalism & Mass Communication Undergraduate Colleges in India!

 

Lady Shri Ram College for Women (LSR), New Delhi

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Affiliated to the University of Delhi, LSR is an all-girls college, currently ranked among the best arts colleges in the country. It is located in the heart of South Delhi in Lajpat Nagar. Providing a Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication, LSR is known for its rigorous academic orientation, overall modern infrastructure and excellent faculty.

Application Procedure: Application forms are available on the DU website and at the college itself. Admissions are based on the cut off list released by the college/university.

Important Dates: DU forms are released by mid-June. Cut offs are released in June end.

 

St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai

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Xavier’s is a college under the University of Mumbai and is situated at the Mahapalika Marg in South Mumbai. It is considered to be one of the leading colleges for liberal arts and is at the top of every Mass Comm & Journalism aspirant’s list. It boasts of its highly academically inclined programme which is theory intensive along with providing a practical insight into the field.

Application Procedure: Forms are available on the website post which a student must take the BMS/BMM Entrance Examination. Admission is granted on the basis of the student’s board examination marks and entrance exam result.

Important Dates: Entrance exam forms are released early May. Exam is held during the first week of June.

 

Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication (SIMC), Pune

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SIMC is a media institution under the Symbiosis International University in Pune. It is a private university, which is famous for its internationally designed curriculum. The curriculum provides a fine balance of theoretical knowledge and practical exposure. Infrastructurally excellent, it prides itself on the smart classrooms, a completely modern campus, comfortable hostel accommodation for girls, and other such features.

Application Procedure: Application forms are available on their website, post which one must take Symbiosis Entrance Examination (SET). On the basis of its result, shortlisted candidates are called in for a personal interview and media test.

Important Dates: Application forms are released by mid March. Entrance exam is held mid May. First Merit List is released first week of June.

Christ University, Bangalore

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Christ University is a privately run higher educational institution established in Bangalore. It is one of the few universities in the country to offer more than one course in the field of mass media and journalism. The course combinations available here are Bachelors in Journalism, Bachelors in Media Studies, Economics and Political Science, Bachelors in Communicaton & Media, English and Psychology and so on.

Application Procedure: Application forms are available both online and offline. Admissions are based on the entrance examination, post which shortlisted candidates are invited for a personal interview.

Important Dates: Application forms are available from first week of December till the last week of May. Interviews are conducted in the first week of June.

 

Kamala Nehru College (KNC), New Delhi

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Kamala Nehru is a women’s only institution situated under the umbrella of University of Delhi in South Delhi. It is one of the leading providers of higher education in the arts stream in the country.  It is well known for providing students a holistic environment that is a mix of academic and extra curricular activities, to promote better learning.

Application Procedure: Application forms are available at the DU website or at the college itself. Admissions are based on the basis of the cut off list released by the college/university.

Important Dates: DU forms are released in the first week of June. Cut offs are released by June end.

 

Delhi College of Arts and Commerce (DCAC), New Delhi

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DCAC is one of the few colleges that provides a Bachelors in English Journalism in University of Delhi. It is situated on South Campus and is easily accessible through the various methods of public transport. DCAC prides itself on its constantly evolving and developing teaching pattern, unlike other colleges of the University.

Application Procedure: Application forms are available at the DU website or at the college itself. Admissions are based on the basis of the cut off list released by the college/university.

Important Dates: DU forms are released in the first week of June. Cut offs are released by June end.

 

Indraprastha College for Women (IP College), New Delhi

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IP College or IPCW is one of the oldest women’s colleges affiliated with University of Delhi. It is located in the northern part of the town. It is famous for its building which has a typical Anglo-Indian aesthetic feel to it. It is the only college in the University to offer a Bachelors in Mass Media and Mass Communication.

Application Procedure: Application forms are available at the DU website or at the college itself. Admissions are based on the basis of the cut off list released by the college/university.

Important Dates: DU forms are released in the first week of June. Cut offs are released by June end.

 

Sophia College for Women, Mumbai

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A women’s only institution by nature, Sophia is a college affiliated with the University of Mumbai. The main building of the campus is also regarded as a heritage site. As a college, it is equipped with hostel accommodation for its students and other modern infrastructural facilities to provide a more favourable environment for education.

Application Procedure: Application forms are available at the college itself. Admissions are based on the basis of the cut off list released by the college/university.

Important Dates: Forms and cut offs are released by June end.

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