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About Mass communication

Mass communication is a process in which an organization or a person or group of people send message using a channel of communication to a large group of heterogeneous people and organizations who can be general public or a segment of the general public or a cluster or group. There are various Channels of communication like broadcast television, radio, social media, and print.

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Mass Communication

Mass communication is a process in which an organization or a person or group of people send message using a channel of communication to a large group of heterogeneous people and organizations who can be general public or a segment of the general public or a cluster or group. There are various Channels of communication like broadcast television, radio, social media, and print.

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Why Mass Communication?

Globalization has created a need of getting connected to the world. And with the explosion in communication technology and media world has witnessed a change. And thus mass-communication as a career has becomes so important.

What after Mass Communication?

Mass Communication is not limited to journalism alone nowadays. Mass media is a modern reality which covers almost all aspects of human life. Careers in Mass Communication are not only high paying but also bring in a great deal of job satisfaction and expression of creativity Unlike B.Tech or medical or any management course streams there are no preparation strategies for making a career in mass communication. It widens up the horizon of career options for a student. A mass communication professional can choose a job as per his/her area of interest. Attractive and high earning jobs as journalist, actor, director, communication specialist, editor, screenplay writer, Radio Jockey, VJ, brand Manager are available to the talented and trained individuals.

Designing, Production and Evaluation of Media

Students can work as a developer of multimedia content writer and publishers. They may also opt for journalism, especially in the field of journalism development.

Students can also pursue a career in newspapers, magazines, newspapers, news agencies, news channels, television, radio / FM, public relations agencies, the Internet, event management, production studio, agencies Advertising, etc. as:

Journalist: A journalist may work for a local newspaper, national newspaper, magazine, professional magazine, trade journal or radio or television. A journalist may have fieldwork as a journalist or correspondent or an office job as an associate editor or department or section editor.

PRINT JOURNALISM: In short, journalism is the compilation and editing of news for presentation by the media. Printing has been one of the oldest forms of journalism. Newspapers and magazines, large or small, have always been an important source of news and information worldwide and millions of readers every day spend. Over the years, printing has undergone a great transformation; the simple statement of yesteryear has taken a form of highly specialized and professional domain due to competition and other factors. Newspapers in specialized sections such as political events, new business, entertainment, movies, sports, career, health and many other issues that require qualified professional journalists and magazines now cover a wide range. Given the variety of subjects to choose from, one can expect an area of interest and take several courses in that direction.

ELECTRONIC JOURNALISM: The introduction of electronic communication, particularly through broadcasting, has affected the lifestyles of people and thoughts of the masses. Media such as television, radio, audio, video, etc. allowed news, entertainment, information, education issues reaching distant places. To some extent, it has marginalized other forms of communication. With the growing television network, satellite communication, wire services, radio stations, etc., the future of the industry looks promising. Electronics News offers qualified professional opportunities in a number of aspiring fields. Some of them are direction, production, camera, graphics, editing, sound, program search, script writing, etc.

Columnist: A column writer often had years of writing traits of experience. Editorial writer writes about what interests you. It is necessary to chroniclers and from time to time the functions of moving.

Advertising: Advertising uses the media to get the most effective products from customers and services to consumers. With the intense competition and tight budgets in which every advertising person works, there is no room for empiricism to strike.

TV companies, hotels, stores and industries use ads to reach the masses. Advertising is, therefore, one of the mass communication processes, journalism and the other two being public relations. It is the basis of marketing.

Advertising offers “executive” or “creative” side jobs. The executive department manages customer services, media planning and market research. The creative department employs and writes posters with writers, artists get on board stories, typographers, etc.

FILMS – PRODUCERS, ACTORS, DANCERS AND MUSICIANS When it comes to film industry, there is no shortage of career options. Although, it is not so easy to taste success at one of the most competitive and sought after fields, but certainly for someone vicious and determined, career can be very rewarding in this field. Films have always won the recognition and fascination of the masses. There are so many different groups of people associated with the so-called big screen and you have a variety of choices among the technical professions options like directors, producers, sound engineer, lightmen, cameramen, editors, etc. Artists such as actors, dancers, musicians, etc. stunt

The rapid growth of the film industry and its future has led several institutes that offer very professional courses. It is certainly worthwhile to take these courses to improve their skills and better compete with the best in the industry.

Photo journalist, photojournalist is the photo of the newspaper or magazine. You are asked to take pictures of various events to make them more attractive and salable, such as current affairs and evolution, industry, fashion, advertising, sports, print media, etc. You should be able to create a photo documentary or photo report that changes scientific, socio-economic, etc.

Today journalism has become a very competitive and only competent and difficult people can succeed in this profession on the ground. Personal attributes rather than training contribute more to success in this area.

Independent journalism: Provides room for high salaries if independent journalists are prolific and have a broad readership.

The qualities required by journalists are being sensitive to words, the ability to express yourself in a concise and clear way, curiosity, ingenuity, general interests, good observation abilities, punctuality, preparation for hard work and The ability to perceive what is not revealed directly.

Public Relations: Public relations professionals are highly sought after in what may be a competitive career choice, highly paid. The key to securing these positions is a combination of experience, skills and education. Practices are often available for those looking to pursue a career in public relations, and can help you perfect your writing and communication skills if needed in the workplace. Most reputable public relations firms, advertising agencies and companies require a master’s degree in public relations, journalism or communication.

Media planners: Media Planner works in advertising agencies or media planning and buying agencies. They allow customers to maximize the impact of their advertising through the use of a series of media campaigns.

Media planners combine fact analysis with creative thinking to develop appropriate strategies to ensure that campaigns reach their target audiences as efficiently as possible. Apply knowledge of the media and communication platforms to identify the most appropriate ways to better publicize a client’s brand.


Courses Offered by IIMC which is an Internationally-known centre of education training and research in Mass Communication, under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt of India. It is an autonomous body

S.NO. Course Name Medium of Entrance Examination Number of Seats
1 Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Journalism (English) English Delhi-62, Dhenkanal-62,Aizwal-15,Amrawati-15,Jammu-15,Kottayam-15
2 Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Journalism (Hindi) New Delhi Hindi 62
3 Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Radio & Television Journalism ,New Delhi Hindi or English 46
4 Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Advertising & Public Relations ,New Delhi Hindi or English 70
5 Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Journalism(Odisa) ,Dhenkanal(Odisa) Odisa 23

Eligibility for IIMC ENTRANCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree in any discipline.
  • Those who have appeared/are appearing in final degree examinations are also eligible to apply
  • AGE: Not More Than 25 Years old

Exam Pattern:

  • Written Exam-85 Marks,
  • Timing:2 Hours
  • Interview:15 Marks

IIMC Entrance Syllabus:

Journalism Courses:-

  • General Awareness
  • Aptitude & mental
  • language capability
  • Analytical & comprehension skills.

Advertising and Public Relations:-

  • General Awareness
  • Aptitude & mental make-up
  • language capability
  • Analytical & comprehension skills.
  • Brand awareness & recall and
  • Quantification skills


  • M.A. (Mass Communication)
  • M.A. (Convergent Journalism) (Self Financed)
  • M.A. (Development Communication) (Self Financed)
  • Graduation in any discipline (10+2+3) with not less than 50% marks in aggregate.
  • Entrance test: 200 marks
  • 180 marks-Descriptive & 20 marks objective duration-3hrs

Syllabus for the Entrance Test

Paper I: MCQ

20 MCQ’s will be asked in this paper. Following are the subjects/topics on which the questions can be asked:

  1. National and international political issues/personalities.
  2. Social and cultural issues.
  3. Language and literature.
  4. Fine arts.
  5. Media industry.
  6. National and international history.
  7. General knowledge.
  8. Reasoning.

Paper II Descriptive:

This paper will have sections on basic news writing, analytical writing, English quotation development and English grammar. The paper aims to check aspirants’ knowledge of functional and English writing skills.



One is eligible to register for the OET if he or she meets the requirements mentioned below:

  • Must be a graduate from a University with approved stream in India
  • Final year appearing students can apply
  • You should be 35 years or below in age.



  • The duration of test is 90 MINUTES – at the Centre in the city of your choice.
  • On completion of the ONLINE TEST, ONLY those who attain the cut off, will be called upon to appear for a Personal Interview which can be in person or via a ‘SKYPE’ Video Interview. (SVI)

This ‘SKYPE’ Video Interview will be conducted without delay after the completion of the Online Test; and at the same OET Centre.

Online Entrance Test:-


  • The OET will be a 90 minute ONLINE Test
  • TOTAL of 150 marks
  1. The OBJECTIVE SECTION carries 100 marks. Time duration is of 60 minutes.
    It will consist of questions based on:-
    • Language Skills,
    • General Knowledge and Knowledge of Media,
    • Logical and Analytical skills.
  2. The SUBJECTIVE SECTION carries 50 marks. Time duration is of 30 minutes.
    It will consist of 3 questions which can be from media industry in order to assess writing skills, creativity, social values, ethics etc. Few questions can also be related to the Course you are applying for.

ACJ (Asian college of Journalism)


  • A Bachelor’s Degree is mandatory.
  • Graduates in any discipline and students awaiting their degree examination results are eligible to apply
  • Enrolled students must submit their degree certificate to the Registrar within the first week of start of classes.
  • Students awaiting their examination results must submit their degree certificate latest by the end of February next year of admission.


The entrance will be online in real time and will be divided in two parts: (a) to check the applicant’s English language skills and (b) the awareness of current affairs and general knowledge.

It will also have test of writing ability and will assess their analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Applicants who have scored well in the entrance test will be invited to an interview which will take place at the college.


  • Jamia Millia Islamia Delhi
  • Xavier Institute of Communication, Mumbai
  • Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi
  • Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication, Pune, Maharashtra
  • Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Bangalore
  • Film and Television Institute of India, Pune
  • Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, Kolkata
  • Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), School of Journalism and New Media Studies

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