Mehraj Dube appointed Deputy VP Essel Group

Mehraj Dube appointed Deputy VP Essel Group

Well known television anchor and previous Vice President of The Statesman, Mehraj Dube has been appointed as Deputy Vice President, Essel Group. Dube has over sixteen years of experience in the discipline of journalism and media management. In his new role, Dube might be reporting immediately to the Chairman’s office. With experience in news reporting, information presenting, debate suggests, display designing, advertising and marketing and content positioning, Dube’s has over the years emerge as one of the most celebrated anchors in enterprise journalism. Dubey started out his profession with CNBC…

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INDRAPRASTHA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ENTRANCE TEST 2016

INDRAPRASTHA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ENTRANCE TEST 2016

B.A. (Hons) MULTI MEDIA AND MASS COMMUNICATION (Self-Financed Course) The Entrance test is planned to test the basic skills required to meet curricular requirements of the Course. Since the eligibility criteria announced to appear for the entrance test already factors in the Class 12 Board Examination result, there is no separate weightage for those results in the final merit list. The Entrance Test is designed and meant to provide a level playing field to candidates of each category and is envisaged as a second chance, for those who may not…

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Mass Communication LSR College Delhi University

Mass Communication LSR College Delhi University

LSR College Journalism & Mass Communication Department The Journalism Programme of Lady Shri Ram College is designed to give women an effective voice in the world of media. LSR College believes that this voice will reflect the genuine development needs of all sections of a society in transition such as ours.
 In a democratic society, the exercise of the freedom of expression comes with enormous responsibilities, and the media plays a crucial, decisive role. Our attempt here is to train professionals, who are sensitive to the demands of this role,…

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Mass Communication Delhi University

Mass Communication Delhi University

Delhi University offers following mass communication courses: Bachelor with Honours in Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC) Bachelor with Honours in Hindi Journalism & Mass Communication Bachelor With Hons. In Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC) This course is offered by six colleges namely: Lady Shri Ram College for Women I.P. College for Women Kamala Nehru College Kalindi College Maharaja Agrasen College Delhi College of Arts and Commerce IP College for Women used to provide a unique course of bachelor of Mass Media and Mass Communication (BMMMC). IP College for Women is…

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India Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) Admission Notice 2018

India Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) Admission Notice 2018

IIMC Admission Notification Session 2018 Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), an international-known centre for training and research in Mass Communication, an autonomous body under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, has invited applications for the following courses: Post-graduate Diploma Course in Journalism (English), New Delhi, Dhenkanal (Odisha), Aizawl (Mizoram), Amravati (Maharashtra), Jammu (J&K) and Kottayam (Kerala) Post-graduate Diploma Course in Journalism (Hindi), New Delhi Post-graduate Diploma Course in Radio & Television Journalism, New Delhi Post-graduate Diploma Course in Advertising and Public Relations, New Delhi Post-graduate Diploma Course in Journalism…

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Viacom18 adopts award winning documentary Daughters of Mother India

Viacom18 adopts award winning documentary Daughters of Mother India

In a first of its kind initiative, Viacom18 has adopted Daughters of Mother India, the award winning documentary that explores the aftermath of the Nirbhaya rape incident in 2012.  Produced by Academy Award winner Maryann Deleo and directed by National Award winner Vibha Bakshi, Daughters of Mother India is a 45 minutes documentary that explores the effect of Nirbhaya’s brutal gang rape on the collective psyche of India. The documentary has been adopted as a training film by the Indian police academy and various education institutes in India, to sensitize on treating women with respect. Recognizing media…

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Turner launches Oh!K channel in Hong Kong

Turner launches Oh!K channel in Hong Kong

Turner and PCCW have announced the availability of a slew of Korean entertainment, premium drama series as well as variety and music programming across a number of platforms. The subscribers can watch a selection of top-rated shows on Turner’s 24-hour linear channel Oh!K from January 12, 2016. In addition, MBC shows are available through now TV’s SVOD service, Oh!K On Demand, as well as via Viu, a newly-launched OTT service from PCCW. Another part of the Turner-PCCW agreement is the delivery of MBC shows on now TV’s upcoming free-to-air channel,…

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Rewind 2015: Radio will become a 360 degree medium, say regional players

Rewind 2015: Radio will become a 360 degree medium, say regional players

  As part of our Rewind 2015 series, we spoke with regional private FM heads in the East to share their thoughts on the year and their expectations from next year. It has been an interesting year for the private FM industry in the East and North East region and if the first stage of the Phase III auctions is anything to go by,  then 2016 might turn out to be an even better year. Cities like Bhubhaneshwar, Guwahati and Shillong were the subject of intense bidding during the auctions and…

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Arindam Sen redesignated Managing Editor of TOI; Rohit Saran joins as Executive Editor

Arindam Sen redesignated Managing Editor of TOI; Rohit Saran joins as Executive Editor

Times of India announced restructuring and which included various elevations and the appointment of Rohit Saran as Executive Editor . Saran   has  held  a string  of leadership positions over the past decade- executive editor of India Today, editor of Money Today and Business Today, executive editor of The Economic Times,  editor-at-large with the India Today Group, and editor of Khaleej Times. As executive editor of ET, he launched ET Wealth and re-launched ET on Sunday, and helped drive several value-enhancing changes in the main paper.  In the last three years,…

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First time in 137 years, Chennai floods force The Hindu to cancel print edition

First time in 137 years, Chennai floods force The Hindu to cancel print edition

  Chennai-based newspaper, The Hindu, has not been printed for the first time in over a century due to heavy rains and floods in Chennai. The Hindu website published a disclaimer stating, “Consequent to the heavy rain, print editions of The Hindu dated December 2, 2015, in Chennai, Vellore, Puducherry and Tirupati have been cancelled after taking into consideration the safety of those in the distribution network. However, the Chennai edition has been uploaded online in PDF format for the benefit of our readers.” For the first time in its…

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