School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC), Noida comes under the aegis of Satyam Group of Institutions. SJMC Noida offers an undergraduate course in the discipline of Mass Media. Satyam Charitable Trust maintains and promotes the following institutes under Satyam Group of Institutions (other colleges in the same group):
School of Journalism and Mass Communication Highlights
|Established | Institute Type||2007 | Private|
|Affiliated to||SNDT Women's University, Mumbai|
|Application Mode | Fees||Online & Offline | INR 500|
|Facilities Available||Library, Hostel, Lab, Editing Lab|
|Admission Helpdesk||7982811551/ 8076901494|
|Location||C-56A/ 14 & 15,
School of Journalism and Mass Communication Course
SJMC Noida offers a UG course in the discipline of Mass Media. Mentioned below are the details for the same:
Course: Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM)
10+2 or equivalent of any recognized Central/ State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi during the current academic year
Any recognized Public School/ Board/ University Examination in India or in Foreign countries equivalent to 10+2 system (Approved by AIU, New Delhi)
A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects.
Check: SJMC Noida Courses and Fees
School of Journalism and Mass Communication Admission
Admission is done on the basis of merit of the qualifying examination.
How to apply?
Applicants can apply online or offline for the admission. Students can download the application form from the official website or can obtain it from Satyam Fashion Institute directly by sending DD for Rs. 500 in favor of “Satyam Fashion Institute” payable at Noida. To download the application form, click here
Note: Candidates are requested to write their Name, Communication Address and Contact Numbers behind the Demand Draft.
School of Journalism and Mass Communication Scholarship
- Merit Scholarship: 10% on the first year fee for those having 80% and above in the qualifying exam.
- Sister Concession: 10% on the first year fee if two real sisters are studying and either of the two would get the concession.
- Satyam Staff: 10% on the first year fee to the daughter/ real sister of the SFI staff.
- Defense Quota: 10% on the first year fee.
School of Journalism and Mass Communication Facilities
AV Editing Lab: The Department of Mass Media has well equipped AV editing lab with the latest editing units like Adobe Premiere Pro, Nuendo, Sony Sound Forge, etc with a view to offer purposeful training to the students. This software enables students to edit in a non-linear mode by offering the latest visual effects and sound applications.
Internet Radio: RadioVOG “the Voice of girls”: The Institute operates an internet radio, providing students an opportunity to produce and broadcast their own programs.
Cameras: The Department of Mass Media has acquired the latest digital cameras both for Studio Production and Outdoor Recording. The Digital Cameras are also used for Still Photography and practical training in camera aesthetics & operations.
Computer Laboratories: The Department of Mass Media has fully air-conditioned computer laboratories that are equipped with the latest computer systems in the LAN environment, with high-speed internet facility, multimedia and media application software.
Teaching: The faculty members have wide industry experience. Media professionals from top companies are part of the visiting faculty team.
Library: The Library offers Subject-specific books and papers, along with a wide range of national and international dailies.
Software: Learn to use Audacity, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, and In Design, Coral Draw, etc.
Hostel: The institute has a hostel accommodation facility with furnished rooms with attached washrooms & adequate ventilation and lighting facility. The rooms are air-conditioned with well-furnished common rooms with TV with DTH connection.
School of Journalism and Mass Communication FAQs
Ques. Does the institute provide seat reservation?
Ans. Yes, the certain seats are reserved for NRI/ Management Quota. They need to come for a personal interview at Satyam Fashion Institute with a prior appointment.
Ques. What are the documents required at the time of admission?
Ans. Following documents are required at the time of admission:
- 10th Mark sheet and Certificate
- +2 Mark sheet and Certificate (only if she is a pass out)
- Age Proof Certificate
- Nationality Proof Certificate
- 7 color passport size photographs.
- Transfer certificate
- No Objection Certificate/ Migration Certificate in the case of other State/ Country
- Co-curricular and Extracurricular activity proof certificates
- Medical Certificate
Ques. Can I be employed during my course?
Ans. No, this is a full-time course. You will not be able to take on any paid employment through the duration of the program.
Ques. Can I get admission based on the entrance test alone?
Ans. Depending on the admission criteria, the admission will be based on marks in the qualifying examination. There is no entrance exam. However, all candidates must fulfill the minimum eligibility requirements.
Ques. Why Join B.A. in Mass Media at SFI?
Ans. The B.A. in Mass Media at SFI, Noida are as follows:
- Journalism and Mass Communication is skill-based, industry-relevant, and research-led program is well structured to produce the next generation of media practitioners and professionals.
- Produce newspapers, prepare radio broadcasts, produce TV news bulletins, write press releases, run public relations campaigns, produce video films, set up blogs, and work on social media platforms.