Friday, 4 October 2013


About Journalism            

     A journalism school is a school or department , usually part of an established university , where journalists are trained. A term increasingly used for a department, school or college is " J- School " journalism. Most of the most famous and most respected journalists past and present had no formal training in journalism, but learned their trade on the job , often starting as a copy boy / girl copy . Today, in many parts of the world , it is common for journalists in the first full university education that incorporates both technical skills such as research skills , interview technique and shorthand and university in the theory of media studies and cultural ethics.

Selection Procedure
While the selection process conducted by various colleges includes
1. interviews
2. Group discussions
3. The written test determines your eligibility for a particular media or mass communication courses at the university.

1. Candidates must pass 10 +2 with minimum 40% marks.
2. A student of any stream (science, commerce or arts) is admissible in mass communication in India.