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Our college is one of the best Mass Communication colleges in Delhi. It offers various mass communication courses that include Mass Communication, Advertisement, Journalism, TV News Reading and Anchoring, Radio Jockeying, Videography and etc. The college provides both theoretical and practical training.
It was affordable and approx 84000 rs for the first year included the admission fees and 74000 rs for the second year and the third-year fee was same as the second year.
Many events were organised in our college like a musical concert, acting, dance, scriptwriting, film making, anchoring, outdoor shoot, Tarang annual fest and etc.
The college having a building with three floors having a reception office, Library, Studio & Lab, Seminar & Workshops, Industrial Visits, sound recording studio and classrooms. Our classrooms are well-furnished with separate chairs and air conditioners. The sound recording studio is well maintained, and we have all the equipment available here.
Our faculty were very supported and provided the guidance us about our courses related to mass communication and media studies such as a diploma in journalism and mass communication, bachelors in journalism and mass communication, and masters in journalism and mass communications and etc. They made us professional.
The placement and job opportunities in various companies in our college like NDTV, NEWS 18, ZEE NEWS, ABP LIMITED, ZEE 24, Aaj Tak, Star India, Bajaj Allianz, DD NEWS, News Nation, Lifestyle Magazine, ALL INDIA RADIO, SADHNA NEWS, SAHARA SAMAY, NEWS WORLD INDIA, and many more.
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