The Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) is one of India's premier institutes for training, teaching and research in mass communication. It was set up by the Government of India in 1965 on the recommendation of a team of internationally known mass communication specialists from UNESCO and the Ford Foundation. It has created a niche for itself in the field of mass communication education, research and training. It is playing a pivotal role by organising suitable training courses to meet the new challenges of training and skilled manpower to make the best use of communication resources for national development and growth. Indian Institute of Mass Communication has gained recognition from around the world and from UNESCO as a centre of excellence in the field of communication teaching, training and research.
The institute's campus is spread in an area of about 15 acres in new JNU campus. The institute has constructed officers hostel comprising of 36 rooms, 6 guest faculty suits, teaching block and auditorium, hostel. The state of the art "MANCH" (Auditorium) of the Institute has a seating capacity of 418m. It has soundproof hall, multimedia projection facility, stage furnished with motorized curtains, projection screens, stage lighting, fire sensors, car parking and cafeteria etc.
The CNMP will encourage collaboration between industry, academia, civil society and government. It will also work towards establishing connections with similar institutes/ centres both in India and abroad. Forming a committee with industry experts, non governmental organisations, scholars and government officials will: Provide a valuable perspective as to new skills/ issues needed to be explored by the Centre, Help in student placements and exchange programs.View Top Recruiters and Placement structure
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