Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication

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Are you the person whose morning is incomplete without a cup of coffee and a bundle of the newspaper? Do you update yourself with the news and events on hour or day basis? Do you actively participate and share your views regarding the issues which impact you or your surroundings? Then you are on the right page. Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass communication (PGDJMC) provides an excellent opportunity to understand real world issues and events through the lens of professional journalism. This course will guide you with the standards of gathering and developing the news and help you learn the skills and elements of professional journalism.

This course is taught for one-year duration in all universities. The minimum eligibility criteria for admission to this course is graduation from an approved University. Theaverage tuition fee for PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication in government aided college ranges from 30,000 to 100,000 INR for one year. For Private institutions the fee may be as high as 3 Lakh INR.

PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication opens the doors for career and employment in industries that include media, advertising, public relations. journalism, publishing, films and television. There are attractive job profiles after this course which includes copywriter, journalist, editor, public relation officer etc. The entry level salary offered to professionals of PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication varies from 15,000 INR to 20,000 INR.

What is PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication all about?

The objective of PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication is to explain and define the opportunities for journalists and those who are communicator in view of the emerging digital and technological advancement. This course is about the exposure to new techniques of reporting, editing, production and broadcast of news. It will teach the role of journalists in engaging public into the development process and policy making. Meanwhile it will also polish your communication skills which is required to develop proper communication strategies.

Who should opt for this course?

Those who have flair for writing and are creative enough to express themselves are ideal candidate for this program. They must possess the analytical skill to research and skim factual data out of primary and secondary sources. They should be reasonably aware about the news and events that takes place in their vicinity and across nation and globe. And they should know how to think laterally about the issues which they come across on day to day basis.

Why opt for PGDJMC?

Once you finish this course, then you will be exposed with variety of interesting career prospects which further help you to get job in a reputed industry of your choice.

The industries which hire the people who have trade of PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication are as follows:

  • Print Media
  • Electronic Media
  • Advertising agencies
  • Public Relations
  • Publishing Houses
  • Online magazines
  • Internet/e-commerce

Duration

The duration of this course is one year which includes 2 semesters and each semester consists of 5 months of lectures, projects and assignments. There is an internship in the last month of the session where students have to work as an apprentice to learn the trade of Journalism which helps them to pass through the placement drive.

However, there are certain institutes like India Today Media Institute which offers a two year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Which are the best Institutes for PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication?

There are many prominent Journalism institutes in India which offer this course. List of top Institutes offering PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication is given below:

Top Institutes in India

Name of the City

Indian Institute of Mass Communication

New Delhi

Xavier Institute of Communication

Mumbai

Asian College of Journalism

Chennai

Manorama School of Communication

Kottayam

Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media

Bengaluru

Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication Fee Structure in India


3 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES1.45 L  (Maximum Fee)
18.56 K (Average Fee)
4.20 K (Minimum Fee)Private COLLEGES5 L (Maximum Fee)
58.70 K (Average Fee)

Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication Fee Structure By state


Uttar Pradesh

9.30 KPUBLIC COLLEGES30 K
16.73 K
6.40 KPrivate COLLEGES2.60 L
48.55 K

Delhi NCR

5.12 KPUBLIC COLLEGES1.45 L
75.06 K
45 KPrivate COLLEGES2.60 L
1.15 L

Uttarakhand

8 KPUBLIC COLLEGES10.05 K
9.03 K
12 KPrivate COLLEGES32.57 K
18.90 K

Haryana

5.12 KPUBLIC COLLEGES1.45 L
47.84 K
9.60 KPrivate COLLEGES40 K
24.80 K
3 KPUBLIC COLLEGES5.50 K
4.25 K
8 KPrivate COLLEGES8 K
8 K

Maharashtra

4.75 KPUBLIC COLLEGES4.75 K
4.75 K
3.25 LPrivate COLLEGES3.25 L
3.25 L

West Bengal

3 KPUBLIC COLLEGES25 K
14 K
97.96 KPrivate COLLEGES97.96 K
97.96 K

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