The list of Top 10 Mass Communication Colleges at the Undergraduate Level

The list of Top 10 Mass Communication Colleges at the Undergraduate Level

The list of Top 10 Mass Communication Colleges at the Undergraduate Level

The list of Top 10 Mass Communication Colleges in India at the Undergraduate Level

There are Many Mass Communication Colleges and also there are many courses that are provided that both Undergraduate and the postgraduate level.

Below Mentioned is the list of Top 10 Mass Communication Colleges that provide the undergraduate courses

1. Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi

Considered to be one of the premiere most institutions of higher learning for women in India, Lady Shri Ram College introduced its three years honours programme in Journalism in July 1995.

The Institute is the Alma metar of famous personalities like Nishi Razden, kiran walia, gita mittal, and shoma chaudhury among others.

Alumni from this institute have been placed at firms such as Google,times of India,CNN ,IBN,Times Now, Aaj tak, NDTV, India today, The Indian Express,hindustan times,the Hindu etc.

2. Department of Media Studies, Christ University

Established in 1969, Christ University offers the two programmes at the Undergraduate Level which are BA in Journalism, Psychology, English and BA in Communication and Media, English, Psycology. The Programmes that are offered are of three years in duration.

The University has ensured that the curriculum of journalism and mass communication courses is structured such that student’s hands on experince as to what they should expect while working in a media firm.

3. School of Communication, Manipal University

Establshed in the year 1991, school of communication of the Manipal University has emergd to be one of the best journalism schools in the country.

As per the official website the courses that are offered in the institute includes Two year pt graduate course i.e MA Communciation, three uear graduate program i.e bachelor ofarts in journalism and communication, one year postgaduate diploma in corporate communication, 6 months certificate course in animation, Masters in Film Art and Film making, (a dual degree programme in collaboration with EICAR, France), Diploma in Film Art”.

The institute covers fields such as journalism (print, radio, television and new media), film studies, public relations, advertising, corporate communication along with many other related subjects.

4. Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, University of Delhi

From being the pioneer college to introduce the three year honours programme in 1989 to keeping in suync with the demands of the modern world and equipping its students with the needed practical exposure and training ,delhi college of arts and commerce has done it all and that to with perfection.

The college was also the first college of Delhi university to introduce a course in journalism.

The other programes that are offered at delhi university college includes B.com honours,bachelor of jounalism hnours, B.A honours economics ,B.A in english,BA in history,BA in political science,B.Com and B.A programs.

5. Indraprastha college for women, University of Delhi

Established in the year 1924,Indraprastha college the for women is the oldest womens college of delhi university. At present 2670 students are pursuing courses in disciplines such as computer science,commerce,economics,englsh Hindi, History, Journalism and Mass Communication, Music, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology and Sanskrit at IP College.

The college is known to have introduced the Bachelor in Mass Media and Mass Communication (BMMMC) decades back. However, under the direction of the University of Delhi, the BMMMC course of IP College was merged with the B.A.

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Honours in Journalism course and the new course was named Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC).

Popular recruiters who visit the campus for placements are KPMG Google, Concept Tree, IBN 7, India Info Line, and NDTV among others.

6. K.C. College of Arts, Science and Commerce, University of Mumbai

Kishinchand Chelaram College or K.C. College was established in 1954 by the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board and was awarded permanent affiliation by the University of Mumbai within a record span of two years.

K.C. College is known to offer 40 seats to students under its Bachelor of Mass Media (B.M.M.) every year.

Other courses on offer at the college include: B.Com in Accounting & Finance (B.A.F), B.Sc, M.A., M.Sc, Ph.D, Bachelor in Management Studies (B.M.S) and M.Sc.

7. Madras Christian College

Established in 1837, Madras Christian College has being educating masses since 175 years in the town of Madras.  “The Department of Journalism of the Madras Christian College was established in 2005. The under graduate course (B.A Journalism) is offered, emphasising on the fundamental principles of journalism for print and electronic media. It is updated according to the needs of the industry in order to enhance the immediate employability of the students”.

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However, under the direction of the University of Delhi, the BMMMC course of IP College was merged with the B.A. Honours in Journalism course and the new course was named Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC).

Popular recruiters who visit the campus for placements are KPMG Google, Concept Tree, IBN 7, India Info Line, and NDTV among others.

6. K.C. College of Arts, Science and Commerce, University of Mumbai

Kishinchand Chelaram College or K.C. College was established in 1954 by the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board and was awarded permanent affiliation by the University of Mumbai within a record span of two years.

K.C. College is known to offer 40 seats to students under its Bachelor of Mass Media (B.M.M.) every year.

Other courses on offer at the college include: B.Com in Accounting & Finance (B.A.F), B.Sc, M.A., M.Sc, Ph.D, Bachelor in Management Studies (B.M.S) and M.Sc.

7. Madras Christian College

Established in 1837, Madras Christian College has being educating masses since 175 years in the town of Madras.  “The Department of Journalism of the Madras Christian College was established in 2005. The under graduate course (B.A Journalism) is offered, emphasising on the fundamental principles of journalism for print and electronic media. It is updated according to the needs of the industry in order to enhance the immediate employability of the students”.

The B.A. Journalism course provides specialisation to students in disciplines such as Print (newspaper and magazine) and Electronic (television and radio) media, photography and videography (documentary film making), web designing and film journalism.

8. Ramnarain Ruia College, University of Mumbai

Established in 1937, Ramnarain Ruia College was the first college in Mumbai to be started by the Shikshana Prasaraka Mandali, Pune. This college is affiliated to University of Mumbai and conducts courses at undergraduate and graduate (postgraduate) level.

Ramnarain Ruia College offers the Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM) course in disciplines such as journalism, advertising and public Relations etc.

9. SIES College of Arts, Science & Commerce, University of Mumbai

The Arts and Science College was inaugurated on 20 June 1960 by Shri Y. B. Chavan, the first Chief Minister of Maharashtra.

A part of Mumbai University, the college offers a Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM) course to students which is a three year full time course and is being conducted in six semesters.

Other courses on offer at the college include Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Mass Media, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education (DECCEd).

10. Amity School of Communications

A part of Amity University, Amity School of Communication (ASCO) was established in 1999 and currently provides education to more than 800 students through programmes like Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication, Master of Journalism and Mass Communication.

This college is known to see placements from firms such as 20:20 Media, 519 Studio, AAA Vehicleades Pvt Ltd, Aaj Tak, BAG Network, Zee News, Big FM, Times of India, Bridal Asia, Business Global.com, Carat Media, Channel One, Clubex International, CNBC TV 18 and CNN IBN.

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