Mass Communication Research Centre (MCRC), Delhi strives hard to be one of the most accepted premier colleges in the mass communication industry. MCRC caters to the needs of those students who are looking for a career in art and technology of modern day media. The faculty at the institute is proficient and aesthetically enriched and guides the students to be even better than them along with the prestigious guest faculties that visit the campus to share all that they have to enrich the students. The institute has precious and sophisticated production equipments which were provided by the CIDA. The first generation of teachers of the institute was provided by the York University.
York University, Toronto and the Canadian International Development Aid Agency (CIDA)
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The aesthetics: The institute tries to inculcate media education within the students in a way that would help them to achieve their dreams and also encourage them to make contributions to the environment socially and ethically in whichever field of mass communication they work in.
The broad curricula: The institute changes its curricula according to the changes in the media industry to meet its challenges in a broader way and help the students in the same. This step is supported by the government and other international agency like JICA or the Japan International Cooperation Agency through grants given with generosity.