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Scholarship options are not available as such in our institute, but one can apply for a fee concession provided they belong to the economically weaker backgrounds.
I paid around INR 150,000 in total as the course fee. And now three years after my diploma, I would actually like to say that it was worth it. The PGD course helped me shape my career and be a perfect fit for the jobs I wanted to pursue.
Campus life is very lively in our institute. Students from different cultural and economic backgrounds come here for their love of the media industry. I had a lot of fun, both while learning and socializing. People are pretty nice around here. The overall infrastructure is also good.
All the faculty members were very much supportive and qualified and cared a lot about the students and guide them in terms of career prospects. The college was invested a lot in shaping the career of the students.
Admission is on the basis of an entrance exam and a personal interview which is conducted at MASCOM in Kottayam. The entrance test was pretty basic one, but the interview process was really a tester.
Many media companies visit our campus quite frequently for the purpose of placements. Some of these companies are The Week, Malayala Manorama News Channel, The Times of India, The Hindu, The Hindustan Times, The Telegraph, Deccan Chronicle, and more.
The course structure emphasized quite a lot on the hands on training of the concept. MASCOM news was one such training practice which includes broadcast students getting involved with the production of a news bulletin on a weekly basis.
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