The sector of media and entertainment in India tends to grow at CAGR of 13.9 by INR 1964 billion in the year of 2019 to be expected. This wide growth may arise several questions in your mind regarding the selection of graduation colleges. Check the list, which contains the top 10 mass communication and journalism colleges in India.
10. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Sardar Patel College of Communication and management:
The college is situated in Delhi and was established in the year of 1967. The college was established with the aim of providing professional coaching regarding mass communication. The delivered courses of this institute are such as Hindi journalism, English Journalism, public relation, industrial relation & personnel management, and marketing and advertising.
9. Savitribai Phule Pune University
The college is situated in Pune and was founded in the year of 1949. The college itself has the infrastructure of audiovisual studio equipped with cameras and TV set up. The courses available here are diploma in mass media, master of mass communication, master of journalism, diploma in journalism and Ph.D.
8. Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (BHU):
The institute was founded in the year of 1973 and has become one of the familiar institute of India for journalism. They offer various courses and they are such as Ph.D., MA mass communication, corporate communication management, PG diploma in communication skill, Hindi journalism, theatre communication, and health communication.
7. Indian Institute of Journalism & New Media (IIJNM):
The college was founded in the year of 2001. The institute is located in Bangalore. The offered courses and curriculum of this institute includes various program covering TV, new media, radio, and multimedia journalism. The postgraduate programs that are available in the college art such as print journalism, multimedia journalism, and broadcast journalism.
6. Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA):
The college was founded in the year of 1991. It has become a top-ranked college of journalism across India. It offers various courses like digital communication, marketing research, brand management, media management and advertising management. It allows FPM-C program under the recognition of AICTE. Other programs that the college offers are such as PGDM ©, CCC, PGCPAMPR, PGCPMRDA, and PGCPRM.
5. AJ KIdwai Mass Communication Research Centre (AJKMCRC):
AJKMCRC was established in the year of 1982. It is familiar as one of the best institutes in India. It is located in Delhi. The program of courses offered by this institute is such as Ph.D., M.A in mass communication, M.S in development communication, M.A in convergent journalism, M.S in visual effects and animation, P.G diploma in acting, broadcast technology and so on.
4. Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication (SIMC):
The institute is established in the year of 1990. The college was founded with the aim of broadening the mass communication and media management. It is located at Pune. The courses offered by the institution are mass communication, brand communication, media management covering all subjects of the media industry. All the courses are available for MBA program.
3. Asian College of Journalism (ACJ):
This college of journalism is situated in Bangalore. It was established in the year of 1994 aiming to offers the students the training in media and communication. The college is shifted to Chennai in the year of 2000. It offers 1-year postgraduate courses along with some specialization in TV, new media or print of 10-month programme. The offered courses are reporting, writing and editing, media perspectives, covering deprivation, media, law and society, key issues in journalism and so on.
2. Xavier’s institute of Communication (XIC):
The institute is established in the year of 1969. This media center was founded to offer various training and production. XIC is situated in Mumbai providing the latest infrastructure and practical lessons. Various certificate and diploma courses of this institution are journalism and mass communication, advertising and mass communication, corporate communications and public relation and so on.
1. Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC):
The institute was established in the year of 1965 and is situated in Delhi. The college sets the standards of media education to the global level incorporating research, training, and state of art technology. The offered programs and courses are such as advertising and public relation, radio and TV journalism, and journalism in Hindi, Oriya, and English.