About Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication, Jaipur
The Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication (HJUJ) is a state university established in 1996 through an Act of the Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha. HJUJ is named after an eminent former Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Haridev Joshi, who was also a freedom fighter and a committed journalist in the tribal region of Banswara. HJUJ’s curriculum offers a combine theory and practices through its academic programmes, which are based on an interdisciplinary approach. This is a professional university dedicated to media academics. The courses offered at HJU provide a healthy mix of theoretical knowledge, technical skills and practical training in the various specialized areas of journalism and mass communication. HJUJ is recognised by UGC and approved by AICTE, Pharmacy Council and also approved by Bar Council.
Location: The Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication (HJUJ) is located at Rajiv Gandhi Vidya Bhawan, Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Shiksha Sankul, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan. The nearest railway junction to the University is Jaipur Junction, which is about6 km away from the HJU. The nearest bus depot is 8 km away from the HJU and the Jaipur International airport is about 7 km away from the university campus. In short, the HJU campus is accessible.
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The Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication (HJUJ) offers a three-year undergraduate course (BA-JMC) in Journalism and Mass Communication. It also offers two-year postgraduate courses M.A-JMC (Print Media), MA-JMC (Electronic Media), MA-JMC (Media Organisation, Advertising and Public Relations), MA-JMC (New Media) and MA-JMC (Development Studies and Social Work). The University has also started the Ph.D under the Department of Media and the Department of Electronics Media. Candidates need to submit their application online for the admission to the course they want to pursue. The admission is based on the merit of the qualifying examination.
HJU admission process for diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate courses:
- Candidates need to submit their application for the respective courses.
- The admission committee will shortlist the application based on the qualifying marks and merit list will be published.
- Accordingly, candidates have to visit the college and complete the admission process which includes document verification and fee payment.
HJU admission process for Ph.D Programmes:
- Candidates need to apply online at the official website of the HJUJ.
- Admission to PhD is based on the rank secured in the entrance examination conducted by the Research Department of the University.
- Candidates with UGC-CSIR-NET/JRF, UGC-NET/JRF, SLET, are exempted from the Entrance Test.
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