The Journalism Course is a full time, post-graduate Advanced Diploma programme, intended as instruction in the role and function of mass media in civil society. It examines the principles, practice and responsibility of communication, and the convergence of print, broadcast and online journalism. In the era of New Media, the Journalism Course combines knowledge creation and extension, craft and context, with practical applications in a study programme of proven excellence. Students emerge from the course enabled for multiple tasks and skills in mass communication and social development. The course comprises 17 modules (obligatory), and sets of electives (one group to be chosen from 3 offered); and seminars and workshops, the costs of which make up the tuition fee.
The total of 365 Sessions / 73 Credits, makes the student eligible for the diploma.
Two to three sessions a day in the forenoon, afternoon and evening.
(10/11.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m., 2.00 - 4.00 p.m., 4.00 - 6.00 p.m. and 6.30 - 8.30 p.m).
Workshops and Seminars are usually scheduled for Saturdays.
75% attendance is compulsory in each module and is graded.
Am I eligible to apply?
You are eligible to register for the OET if you meet the requirements mentioned below:
- You are 35 years or below in age.
- You have completed 3 years of Graduation (12+3 years) in an University approved stream:
(Arts, Commerce, Science, Computers, BMM, BMS, BE, Catering, etc….)
- You are appearing for your Last Semester or Third year Graduation this year.
In this last case, should you be selected for the XIC Course of your choice, and successfully complete it in keeping with the Academic and other standards laid down by XIC, the Diploma will be awarded only on completion of your graduation and on production of the relevant attested Final mark-sheet.
IF YOU FULFILL THE ABOVE MENTIONED CRITERIA, then you can proceed to the NEXT STEP, which is, to REGISTER for the XIC ONLINE ENTRANCE TEST. (O E T)
However, before you begin the REGISTRATION PROCESS, you need to know about the introduction of the 'SKYPE' technology at the PERSONAL INTERVIEW (P.I.) stage of the XIC testing and selection process.
(Includes the community out-reach programme)
The selection is to be made in the first week of the Course. The choice will be finalised towards the end of the 1st Term depending upon performance.
(with field visits)
@ 3% on ST