BBA in Communications Management is a 3-year full-time undergraduate program, divided into 6 semesters.
The course has been designed to impart to eligible candidates, advanced lessons in:
This career-oriented program seeks to inculcate in eligible candidates values like:
The basic eligibility criterion for pursuing BBA in Communications Management is a 10+2 or equivalent qualification in any stream from a recognized educational Board.
Some of the top entrance tests conducted in India for admission to the course are:
The course is offered at leading Indian institutes such as:
Such graduates are popularly hired in capacities such as:
The average tuition fee charged for the course in India ranges between INR 2,000 and 5 Lacs for a span of 3 years.
Successful graduates of the course can expect anything between INR 15,000 to 35,000 as monthly salary in the industry, increasing with experience and skillset.
Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course:
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||10+2, preferably with Commerce subjects, with a minimum aggregate score of 50%.|
|Admission Process||Merit-based/ Based on counselling after qualification of entrance test.|
|Course Fee||INR 2,000 to 5 Lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 4 to 10 lacs per annum|
|Top Recruiting Companies||HCL, IBM, TATA Consultancy, Adobe, HP, Lenovo, News Corporation of Rupert Murdoch, Disney Entertainment, Warner Brothers, CNBC, Guardian Group, BBC, ABC, AIR, etc.|
|Top Recruiting Areas||Academic Institutes, Journals, News Agencies, Photography Companies, Printing Companies, Radio Telecasting Companies, AIR, Newspapers, Advertising Agencies, TV Channels, and such.|
|Job Positions||Columnist, TV Correspondent, Correspondent, Fashion Photographer, Leader writer, Photojournalist, Floor Manager, Production Worker, Film Director, Public Relations Officer, Radio Jockey (RJ), Screenwriter, Reporter, Sound Technician, Transmission Executive, Video Jockey (VJ), among others.|
Communications Management is the scholarly study of the different strategies by which people and individuals transmit data in terms of mass communication. This information is relayed to the community at all times at once. The broadcasting of news is done via:
Advertising media organizations are also involved in the field of Communications Management.
The program aims to build in eligible candidates:
Ideal candidates for the course would possess:
Listed below are some of the top institutes in India that offer the course:
|Name of Institute||City||Average Fees|
|Jain University||Bangalore||INR 1,45,000|
|Doon Business School||Dehradun||INR 1,32,000|
|Suresh Gyan Vihar University||Jaipur||INR 77,938|
|VELS University||Chennai||INR 99,400|
|St Joseph's College Of Commerce||Bangalore||INR 85,800|
|Amity University||Noida||INR 3,53,000|
|IIKM Business School||Chennai||INR 1,53,000|
|Mewar University||Chittorgarh||INR 55,500|
|St Teresa's College||Ernakulam||INR 22,000|
|Sobhasaria Engineering College||Sikar||INR 71,800|
|Gems B School||Bangalore||INR 1,11,000|
|Sanskriti University||Mathura||INR 50,500|
|Mm Institute of Management||Ambala||INR 65,686|
|Christ Institute of Management||Rajkot||INR 32,000|
|Sunshine Group of Institutions||Rajkot||INR 41,400|
|IFIM College||Bangalore||INR 2,00,000|
|Master School of Management||Meerut||INR 46,000|
|Alliance School of Business||Bengaluru||INR 1,50,000|
|Institute of Business Management and Research||INDORE||INR 52,000|
|Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce||Pune||INR 1,14,000|
Listed below are the minimum criteria which candidates interested in pursuing the course are required to fulfil, in order to be eligible to apply for the course:
Most institutes offering the course admit students based on performance in a relevant entrance test, often followed by a round of personal interview, wherein their general aptitude for the course is tested. Admission process generally varies across colleges.
A few institutes also provide direct admission based on the candidate’s performance at the 10+2 level.
Listed below are some of the top entrance exams conducted in the country for admission to the course:
A semester-wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated here:
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Sociological & Anthropological Thought||Theatre|
|Human Behavior: Bio-psycho Social Perspectives||History of Art|
|Principals of Management||Politics & Governance|
|Economics||Fundamentals of Marketing|
|Introduction to Communication Theory||Accounting|
|Radio Production & Planning||Introduction to Event Management|
|New Media||Media & Culture|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Gender - Interdisciplinary Perspectives||Creative Writing|
|Business Law||Cost Accounting|
|Principles of Advertising||TV Production & Programming|
|Introduction to PR & Corporate Communications||Journalism|
|Introduction to Research|
|Semester V||Semester VI|
|Strategic Management||Corporate Governance|
|IMC||Media Law Ethics|
|Digital Environment||Cinema Studies|
Successful graduates of the course are gainfully employed across:
Some of the large media groups that offer lucrative jobs to qualified Communications Managers are:
News Corporation of Rupert Murdoch
Some of the popular professional avenues open to successful postgraduates of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions:
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Pay Scale in INR|
|Columnists||Columnists compose or opinionate on news for daily papers. Normally all newspapers run sections of columns on legislative issues, sports, religion, guidance, etc.||4,30,721|
|TV Correspondent||A TV Correspondent covers newsworthy stories that are important to the general society. For instance, Journalists examine and write about subjects, such as household and remote issues, governmental issues, crime, or medical issues.||8,80,150|
|Fashion Photographer||Fashion Photographers take pictures of models, which are utilized for sites, magazines, print promotions. They also perform photo shoots that highlight the attire, frill, and clothes worn by models.||6,40,440|
The essential role of a Photojournalist is to be a visual storyteller. By capturing, altering, and exhibiting pictures, they recount a story in a way that no other media can.
Often, Photojournalists are independent picture takers and offer their photographs to different organizations around the globe.
Radio Jockeys, also called radio DJs or Commentators, utilize automated sound hardware to communicate distinctive sorts of music.
They work for open and private radio stations and internet radio stations. Radio Jockeys also communicate with live audiences on occasion.