Manorama School of Communication (MASCOM) is a premier journalism training center founded by Mr. K M Mathew, also the founder of the prominent magazine “Malayala Manorama”. This institute was set up in the year 2002, in a small yet vibrant town of Kottayam, Kerala. It is affiliated with Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam.
MASCOM offers full-time Postgraduate Diploma courses in Print Journalism and Broadcast Journalism respectively.
- The minimum eligibility for PG Diploma is any Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university.
- Candidates appearing in final year examination may also apply for admission.
- The selection is done on the basis of written test and interview conducted by the institute.
- Application forms for each course can be obtained from the institute on request or can be downloaded from the official website of the institute.
- If a student is a full-time employee or a student in another course, then he/she is not eligible to apply.
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Highlight Table of MASCOM
|Name of Institute||Manorama School of Communication (MASCOM)|
|Type of Institute||Private|
|Basic Admission Criteria||Entrance Examination|
|Personal Interview||Private (By the Institute)|