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Is there any vacancies for the mjmc admissio ?
Every college has varied intake capacity. You'll have to enquire in the college of your choice to take admission in mjmc. Moreover i would like to tell you that, Master of Arts (MA) in Journalism & Mass Communication gives training to the students in both technical skills and critical analysis of the media spectrum. It is a postgraduate course of 2 years duration. The course includes the study of mass media such as newspapers, magazines, cinema films, radio, television etc in order to convey information to the audience.The course is comprised of the concept of news, the role of journalism in society, history of journalism, skills in identifying news and also covers political and social issues of particular society.
Some of the colleges that offer this course in India are listed below:
- Indian Institute of Journalism, New Delhi
- India Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi
- Mahatma Gandhi Mission College of Journalism and Mass Communication Aurangabad
- Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune
Admission in some of the colleges is done on the basis of marks secured in an entrance examination, conducted by the college, followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview.
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I got 28833 rank in ts eamcet. cse in Mrcw or ece in mj which course is better?
Hello, I would suggest you go for CSE in MRCW college because there are better placement opportunities in the CSE field. Although ECE has also seen a rapid increase in placements in recent years still CSE promises better security in terms of a job. Both the colleges are almost similar in terms of education quality but if you are getting CSE, then you should definitely take it.
Hey i want to know the procedure to take admission in delhi school of journalism for mjmc its my final year in bjmc from ip university .
As of now, the Delhi School of Journalism offers only integrated Masters in Journalism. It is a five-year degree. When studen opts to exit after completion of third year, a bachelors in journalism is awarded.
There is no masters degree offered in Delhi School of Journalism.
The School offers a Five Year Integrated Program in Journalism in two languages English and Hindi. The program offers an exit option after three years; in that case the student will be awarded Degree of Bachelors in Journalism (BJ). The students completing two years post graduate course will be awarded the Degree of Masters in Journalism (MJ). The course includes teaching of four foreign languages (French, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic) and two regional languages (Tamil and Bengali) in ten semesters.
I suggest you to look for other universities offering masters in journalism.
Hope it helps!
I got 19,000rank in tseamcet wid bipc&955 in ipe.can i get a freeseat in pharm d in deccan/shadan/MJ?
Hello Ayman !
I am excited to let you know irrespective of your region you can get admission in Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology, Deccan College of Engineering and Technology and Shadan women's college of Engineering and Technology.
In Shadan women's college of Engineering and Technology you can persue B. Tech in Computer Science and engineering course and information technology course.
In Deccan College of Engineering and Technology and Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology, for your rank you can persue B.E. in below courses:
Computer Science Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electrical and Electronic engineering
Electronics and Instrumentation engineering
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Hi... In TSPGECT 2019 i got 614 rank and i belong to BC-E cast. So can i get seat in JNTUH , NITW or OU. can i get MJ or any top colleges.
Hey Shaik Shereen,
For the rank you have secured you have few chances to get Admission at the top colleges of JNTUH/ NITWarangal becasue, at the time of seat allotment the first preference is given to the GATE and GPAT Qualified students not for the TS PGECET students. So, it is not guranteed that you’ll get the Admission definitely at the Government colleges. And even in the take is very less. Anyways I recommend you to take other colleges as options such ad CBIT, MGIT, MVSR, etc. However You can stay updated with the TS PGECET counselling dates and details by Checking here regularly:
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Accreditation is a process by which the quality of all the programme is examined and certified normally by an external body of academics in a college. It validates and certifies the academic processes practised within an institute are robust and relevant.
Accreditation of this College:
- National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Validity : 14 Nov 2020 ; CGPA : 2.4