Admission to Mass Communication Colleges 2013

Mass Communication courses are taught both at the graduate and postgraduate levels. In addition, there are some institutes offering short term certificate and diploma courses in mass communication. Admission to mass communication colleges depends on the eligibility criteria and norms set by the college you are applying to. Let us now take a look at some of the popular colleges and their eligibility criteria for admission.

Name of the Institute Courses Offered Admission to Mass Communication Colleges- Eligibility Criteria
Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahemdabad Fellow Programme In Management- Communications (FPM-C) Post Graduate Diploma in Management- Communications (PGDM-C) Post Graduate Certificate Programme in Crafting Creative Communications (CCC) For FPM-C Eligible candidates are screened through telephonic interviews following which they need to come down for the MICA Admission Test (MICAT-FPM). Selection is based on the performance in the test, oral presentation, personal interview, past academic records, work experience ( if any) For PGDM-C The candidates are selected through CAT/G,MAT, MICA admission test, group exercise and personal interview For CCC Candidates need to appear for an online entrance examination. Besides, the academic performance of the candidates is also taken into consideration.
Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi Post-graduate Diploma Course in : Journalism [English / Hindi / Radio & Television / Oriya] Adversiting & Public Relations Admission to the postgraduate diploma course is granted only to the Indian nationals. Candidates must have completed their graduation from a recognized university. Final year candidates may also apply for the course. Final selection is based on the scores of the entrance examination followed by a group discussion and personal interview.
Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication Master of Business Administration Master of Mass Communication Candidates must have completed their graduation with a minimum of 50% from a recognized university (5% relaxation for SC/ST). Final year candidates may also apply for the course.