Delhi University rules out entrance exam for Journalism and Mass communication Program
The Delhi University has decided to brush aside entrance test and interview for getting admission into the Bachelor Program in Journalism and Mass Communication.
The Delhi University has decided to brush aside entrance test and interview for getting admission into the Bachelor Program in Journalism and Mass Communication. The students are selected on the basis of merit.
For screening of students in journalism, entrance exam is eliminated from the five colleges that are offering this course are the Kamala Nehru College, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, Kalindi College, Maharaja Agrasen College, and Lady Shri Ram College. Recently, this course has been added to the courses offered by IP College of Women.
Previous course, BA (H) journalism focuses more on print media rather than digital media. The latest BJMC involves various important aspects of radio and digital media along with television media. This new course imbibes different modules such as introductory social media, the impact of it over journalism and mass communication, digital media technology and its application.
The pursuit of the current generation is consistently growing in the field of journalism and mass communication. This new decision made by the Delhi university make more students to engage in this program who previously unable to crack the entrance. For this year, they can directly indulge in their interested branch.