Bachelor of Journalism in Delhi University

From the year 2011 onward, the colleges of Delhi University that offer journalism courses have begun admitting students on the basis of a Common Entrance Test for Journalism (CETJ). The registration for the examination can be done online and the fee can be submitted with the help of credit cards. After the successful completion of the entire procedure, the applicants will be given their registration IDs. The application begins in and around the month of May and the exam will take place in June.

Best Colleges of D.U. for Bachelor of Journalism: Delhi University offers Bachelor of Journalism through a number of colleges under it. Take a look at the list below to know the names of the institutes that offer courses in Bachelor of Journalism in D.U.

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Lady Sri Ram College Lajpat Nagar-IV, New Delhi -110024Phone : 26434459, 26460400, 26460434Fax : 26216951E-mail

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Kalindi College East Patel Nagar, New Delhi-110 008Phone : 25787604Fax : 25782505E-mail :

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Maharaja Agrasen College Pocket-IV, Phase-I, Mayur Vihar, Delhi-110091Phone : 22716039Fax : 22718067E-mail :

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Kamla Nehru College Khel Gaon Marg, New Delhi-110049Phone : 26494881Fax : 26495964E-mail :

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Delhi College of Arts & Commerce Netaji Nagar, New Delhi-110023Phone : 24109821, 26116333Fax : 24112923E-mail

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When to Start the Preparation -   There is no fixed timing for the preparations, however it is always preferable to begin before the applicant appears for his/her 10+2 examinations.

How to Prepare -   The CETJ will test the students’ aptitude for journalism and that is the reason why, the applicants must keep themselves updated with the current affairs by regularly reading the newspapers. Reading newspaper editorials and following hot debates in the news channels will also help them prepare in the right manner.

What are the Future Prospects –   Students with Bachelor of Journalism degree can get employment in newspapers and television news channels. Journalists can work as:

  • Correspondents
  • Editors
  • Freelance Writers
  • Reporters
  • Proof Readers
  • News Analysts
  • Photo Journalists