Centre For Media Studies, Allahabad University

Centre For Media Studies, Allahabad University

Allahabad University’s ‘Centre For Media Studies’ has invited application for following courses: B.A. In Media Studies Post Graduate Diploma In Photo journalism & Visual Communication Course Details/BA In Media Studies Allahabad University Eligibility: 10+2 in any discipline Total Number Of Seats: 46 Duration: Three years (Six Semesters) Fee(2018-19): Semester I – Rs.31,000.00 (includes Rs.4,000.00 refundable caution money) Semester II – Rs.15,000.00 Semester III – Rs.27,000.00 Semester IV – Rs.15,000.00 Semester V – Rs.27,000.00 Semester VI – Rs.15,000.00 Admission Procedure: Written and Interview B.Voc in Media Studies (5 year integrated Programme) Eligibility: A…

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Whistling Woods International Institute Of Film, Fashion & Media, Mumbai

Whistling Woods International Institute Of Film, Fashion & Media, Mumbai

  Established by the legendary filmmaker, Subhash Ghai, the Whistling Woods International Institute Of Film, Fashion & Media has carved a niche for itself within ten years of its inception. Presently, the WWI offers courses in the fields of Animation, Media and Entertainment Communication, and Fashion. The main campus housed in Film City, Mumbai offers short-term and long-term degree and diploma programmes in Acting, Animation, Cinematography, Direction, Editing, Producing, Screenwriting, Sound, Visual Effects, Fashion Design & Media Management Studies. Degree courses on offer are a BSc in Filmmaking, a BSc…

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Vinod Dua

Vinod Dua

Until recently, he was the man who used to eat foods for India. He used to visit different parts of India to taste a food and explain the taste, recipe, the process and the surrounding to his audience. You must have guessed whom we are talking about. Yes, the man is Vinod Dua and the show we are talking about is ‘Jayka India ka’. Mr Vinod Dua had recently fallen out with his old time friend Prannoy Roy, and joined IBN 7. Now he is back to doing what he…

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Prannoy Roy

Prannoy Roy

Presently, English news channel space is dominated by NDTV, CNN-IBN and Times Now; the oldest among them is NDTV. There is one common thread among all these channels. Editor-in-chief of all these channels had learned the basic of electronic media at NDTV. NDTV is the brainchild of Prannoy Roy. And Prannoy Roy is the father of Indian electronic media, who through sheer grits, determination, hard work and vision, changed the face of Indian television. By the time you finish chronicling the history of NDTV, you have almost completed chronicling the…

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Institute Of Mass Communication And Media Technology (IMC&MT), Kurukshetra University

Institute Of Mass Communication And Media Technology (IMC&MT), Kurukshetra University

Kurukshetra University, Haryana had set up a separate department for journalism, The Department for Journalism & Mass Communication in 1993. Initially, the department offered only one course, Masters of Arts in Mass Communication (MAMC). But keeping in view the needs of the growing media market, the department was upgraded to the level of full-fledged Institute of Mass Communication and Media Technology (IMC&MT) in 2006. Now, the institute offers a wide range of courses in mass communication and media technology, including courses in animation, graphics and gaming. Presently, the institute is…

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Anwar Jamal Kidwai Mass Communication Research Centre (AJK MCRC), Jamia Milia Islamia University

Anwar Jamal Kidwai Mass Communication Research Centre (AJK MCRC), Jamia Milia Islamia University

Anwar Jamal Kidwai Mass Communication Research Centre (AJK MCRC), Jamia Milia Islamia University, New Delhi was established in 1982. AJK MCRC offers graduate and post-graduate courses in the art, craft and technology of the modern media. AJK MCRC is globally recognised as a premium institution in the field of mass communication. The MCRC provides the highest standard of media education and training with a professionally and academically accomplished faculty and a broad spectrum of visiting professionals. The centre has also formed collaborative alliance with the University of York, Toronto (Canada),…

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Indian Institute Of Mass Communications (IIMC), Delhi

Indian Institute Of Mass Communications (IIMC), Delhi

  The Indian Institute of Mass Communication ( IIMC ), Delhi was inaugurated by the then Union Minister of Information & Broadcasting in 1965. One year later, in 1966, the administration of the Institute was transferred to the IIMC Society, registered under the Societies Registration Act (XXI) of 1860. Since then, the Institute has been functioning as an autonomous centre for advanced study in Mass Communication, training and research, fully funded by the Government of India through the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. Objectives To organise training and research in…

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Indian Institute of Journalism & New Media (IIJNM), Bangalore

Indian Institute of Journalism & New Media (IIJNM), Bangalore

Bangalore-based the Indian Institute of Journalism & New Media (IIJNM) was established in 2001 by the BS&G Foundation. BS&G Foundations is a non-profit educational trust. The BS&G Foundation was started as collaboration between the Adi Chunchanagiri Maha Samsthana Trust and The George Foundation. The former also runs several other educational institutions in medicine and engineering, while the latter is engaged in humanitarian projects and environmental issues. Courses Offered Developed in association with Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, New York, programs offered by the IIJNM cover all areas of mass…

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The Film & Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune

The Film & Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune

The Film & Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the Government of India. It was established as ‘Film Institute of India’ in 1960. Later, it was rechristened as “The Film and Television Institute of India” in 1971. The Television Wing, earlier located at the Mandi House, New Delhi was shifted to Pune in the early seventies, bringing together the training in film and television under a common roof. At its inception in 1974, the Television wing was concerned…

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Asian College Of Journalism, Chennai

Asian College Of Journalism, Chennai

The Asian College of Journalism, Chennai is a postgraduate college designed to provide students with world-class journalism education adapted to the specific needs of India and other developing countries in Asia. Through its unique course structure, the institute, it seeks to prepare its graduates to achieve the highest standards in all branches of the profession.  Courses Offered The institute offers specialisation in Print, New Media, Television and Radio. However, the successful candidates are not allowed to pick the specialisation before undergoing one-year compulsory programme which teaches the basic elements common…

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