Top Mass Communication Colleges (BMM) in India

Location Map of Top Mass Communication Colleges in India


List of Top Mass Communication Colleges in India

NAME OF THE COLLEGEAddressPhone NoCollege Website
Amity School Of CommunicationExpress Way Sec-125, Noida091-9968491498http://amity.edu
Delhi College of Arts & CommerceNetaji Nagar, Delhi011-24109821/ 26116333http://dcac.du.ac.in
Department of Media Studies,Christ UniversityHosur Road, Bangalore080-40129100/ 40129600http://christuniversity.in
Indraprastha College for Women31, Shamnath marg, Delhi011-23954085/ 23962009http://ipcollege.du.ac.in
Kamala Nehru CollegeUniversity of Delhi, August Kranti Marg, Delhi011-26494881http://kamalanehrucollege.org/knc
Kishinchand Chellaram College Art Commerce & Science124, Dinshaw Wachha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai022-22855726/ 66981000http://kccollege.org.in
Lady Shri Ram College for WomenLajpat Nagar-IV, Delhi011-26434459/ 26460400http://lsr.edu.in
Madras Christian CollegeVelachery Main Road, East Tambaram, Chennai044-22390675http://kamalanehrucollege.org/knc
Manipal Institute of CommunicationsManipal ,Karnataka 0820-2571978http://manipal.edu
Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication - Under GraduateSurvey No. 231, Viman Nagar, Pune020-26634511/ 26634512http://www.simcug.edu.in


Introduction

Communication technology has witnessed a phenomenal explosion, and this has changed the boundaries of the media and other forms of communication. With the technological advances in mass communication, the entire global community has come together and turned it into one large community.
This is where a career in mass communication finds greater importance globally. One can earn a diploma, graduate or a master's degree in mass communication.

Mass communication is not just journalism; it extends to all the aspects of this field. It is not just the people with good knowledge about literature and communication skills who are needed in the field. But with the technology playing the significant part, the field needs professional who have earned a degree in mass communication.

Mass communication includes not just the newspapers, but television, radio, and communication forms such as photography, writing, advertising, and many more aspects.

Admission

Candidates have to sit for the entrance exam conducted by various colleges and universities as well as institutes all over the country. After one gets the needed marks in the entrance exam, the college calls the candidate for admission. The entrance exam is based on objective type questions and descriptive questions. After clearing the written test, one has to also appear for group discussion and interview. However, the admission may differ from college to college. Candidates should be aware of the admission process of that particular institution.

Eligibility criteria

The candidate should be at least 17 years of age to appear for the entrance exam for the undergraduate course. The candidate should have completed 10+2 with 45-50% aggregate marks from a recognized board of India. There are many institutions that require aggregate marks of only 3 main subjects in the 12th class. Fluency in English language is also a must in most institutes.

If you want to pursue postgraduation in mass communication, you have to complete graduation in any discipline with 50% aggregate marks from a recognized university.

There are various courses in many institutions and therefore their eligibility criteria may also differ, which is why candidates should approach the authorized person to get more information.

Benefits of the course

There is a great demand for qualified individuals in this field. While new entertainment avenues and modes are coming up, skilled and professional candidates are needed for the job. The market is set to increase as there are more channels on radio and television today than ever before. Many newspapers are also in competition to provide the best to readers, which is why the best are hired. Films are also important when it comes to jobs for graduates in mass communication.
Candidates who have earned a degree in India also have a bright future in international media as they come with good command on English.

Graduates in mass communication can work as fashion photographer, TV correspondent, producer, video jockey, special correspondent, screenwriter, film director, sound engineer, editor, videographer, public relations officer, art director, publisher, journalist, copywriter, photo journalist, broadcast manager, print editor, online writer, blog writer, among others.

Companies like Zee TV network, BBC, Big Entertainment, Times Group, NDTV Network, Viacom, and local newspapers as well as national newspapers provide great options for new and experienced candidates alike. Besides, there are various magazines that are published in every city and are popular modes of communication and entertainment too.

Salary

Students from reputed colleges may get better pay scales as compared with those with a lesser-known college. The initial pay for graduates can be around Rs. 12,000 to Rs. 25,000 per month. Salary increases rapidly with experience.

Last Updated on : February 10, 2016

Mass Communication Colleges in India
AhmedabadGunturKottayamPanipatSurat
BangaloreGurgaonLucknowPatnaThane
BhubaneshwarHyderabadMaduraiRaipurThiruvananthapuram
ChennaiIndoreManipalRajkotTirupati
CoimbatoreJaipurMumbaiRanchiUdaipur
DelhiJamshedpurNagpurRoorkeeVadodara
FaridabadKanchipuramNashikSalemVaranasi
GhaziabadKanpurNoidaShimlaVisakhapatnam
GreaterKolhapur  



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