The Journalism and mass media communication course at Swami Vivekananda University institute of mass communication equips students with the necessary skills for a successful career in the field of media and communication. The journalism and mass and communication course provides a balanced blend of theoretical knowledge and practical skills, allowing students to understand media dynamics while honing their communication abilities. Students can choose from various specializations in mass and communication, including Broadcast Journalism, Print Journalism, Digital Journalism, Public Relations, and Advertising. The curriculum of the media and mass communication course is designed to address contemporary challenges, covering topics such as media ethics, media law, journalism ethics, news reporting, media management, and digital media production. Swami Vivekananda University boasts well-equipped media labs and studios, enabling students to gain hands-on experience with industry-standard equipment. The journalism and mass media and communication course course offers internships and industrial visits to facilitate practical learning and foster connections with media organizations.
Highly experienced and dedicated faculty form the backbone of the journalism and mass communication course, ensuring that students receive quality education and guidance.
Semester-wise distribution of subjects and electives.
Comprehensive syllabus covering key areas, such as mass communication theories, media research, news writing, reporting and editing, media ethics, media law, public relations, advertising, digital media production, and media management.
Workshop opportunities and seminar series conducted by industry experts.
Career prospects, including opportunities in journalism, broadcasting, advertising, public relations, digital media, event management, and corporate communication.
Student must have completed 10+2 from a recognized board.
Student must have scored a minimum of 50% in the 10+2 exam.