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Faculty of Arts

BA – Journalism & Mass Communication

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This course develops basic journalistic skills in various mass media and exposes the students to recent developments in media issues and media research. It also provides professional familiarity with the various technologies involved in mass media such as computer applications, respective software and hardware applied in print, radio, television, internet and such forms of media.

Employment & Other Opportunities

The students get easily placed, even first-year student get work-opportunities in national and multinational organizations such as CNN-IBN, Sahara TV, Asia News International, The Hindustan Times, The Indian Express, The Statesman, Tata Tea Jago Re, Corvo, Weber Shandwick, etc


BA – Film and TV Production

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The course develops the student’s ability to express original ideas on film or video and to instil a thorough understanding of the technical and aesthetic aspects of motion pictures and television. This is a practical and creative production-based course, allowing focus on developing the skills demanded of planning, managing, shooting and editing films of various genres, for different audiences.

Employment & Other Opportunities

These graduates have many job opportunities in the film industry and its related areas. They can act, direct, create documentaries, etc.


BA – Professional Photography

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This course makes a professional photographer who holds a great stand to establish himself as a freelancer. He will be prepared, with all the details about photography and the know-how of it.

Employment & Other Opportunities

On completion of this specialised course, job seekers find employment easier because of their wide acceptability in the industry. Working professionals stand a better chance of career growth, and self-employed can expect to multiply their earnings by making commercial use of skills gained at the college.