After I finished my 12th class, I selected this particular course (bjmc). I got to know about VIPS through my entrance coaching and when I Googled top 5 colleges in IP for bjmc it was ranked as no. 1 college. My rank was 564 and I got second shift (evening batch). The rank for VIPs goes to 900 if your rank is more than 900 its tough to get admission. You can get admission through management quota which requires your IPU CET rank as well as your 12th class mark sheet. 1. Once you select vips as your college you have to pay 40,000rs(which is paid online that is the ggsipu fees)then you are asked to pay 66,000 remaining fees 61,000(fees)5,000rs(security deposit which is refundable when you graduate) books are not included in the fees you have to pay 5,000rs for book bank which is also refundable but you have to return books after every sem. Timings for 1st shift are 8:00 am to 2:00 pm and for 2nd shift, it is 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The infrastructure of the college is great. Teachers are cooperative.
I chose this course because I wanted to go into video production. The student-teacher ratio is 1 teacher for 60 students. 5 subjects 5 teachers 1 BJMC dean. You will have 1 class teacher and 1 class mentor you can freely ask whatever you want to. The teachers have 5-25 years of experience they look after each and every student and recognize each one of them. The work environment is very energetic in bjmc you also like to do things and improve yourself on your own. Teachers have a lot of experience and teaching methods are also engaging. Term exams were taken on time and you don't have to worry much about the syllabus as you'll always have so engaging classes that in exams you don't have much pressure. You have 20 marks of internal exams.
There are multiple small media houses which our college offers us to work in. It's rare to get paid in college internships, if you are working outside college then you might get paid. Sometimes big newspapers like Indian Express also pick 2-3 students for small-time internships. Projects that are given by media houses is of video editing, video production and sometimes scriptwriting or anchoring. Whereas projects given by Newspaper house (Indian Express) are of article writing.
In 3rd year students get placements. They usually get internship proposals during every year by the college to work in some media houses or if you don't get any internship college to organize summer training for 1st-year student and give them a task such as article writing(in BJMC).
Fees is 1,01,000 rs and 5,000rs for security deposit only for 1st year. fee was hike in 2019 before i joined the college. There is no scholarship provided solely by the college but there are some scholarships provided by the government for ip colleges for scholarships details you can visit edistrict website (higher education department and you'll have the following scholarship details. I am in 2 nd year you don't actually get stipend based jobs from college.
For BJMC they have an annual fest named spandan. Spandan is conducted in the month of November. Books and journals are available in the library you can go anytime in the library by showing your ID. The library has full amenities. The classroom has centralized AC, quality of desk and seats is good, every class room has projectors and rooms are spacious. Our College has football, cricket and practice were usually done in the ground. Clubs that our college have is NSS(National service society) dance society, photography society, singing society, theatre society. There are multiple events that our college or some specific clubs create like an open mic in canteen area stand up comedy. Students have a lot of opportunities when it comes to competition we have a lot of internal competitions which are organized by different society's
Campus placements are not a thing here, as I have understood till now. Nonetheless, a student is eligible for placements once he/she passes the fifth semester. My batch is yet to pass the fifth semester as the time I am writing this review is the COVID times. I literally don't have much idea about the percentage of placements and to be honest, I don't want to know. I have my own plans and I am finding myself a job after the degree. One thing I would like to mention is that these are my personal views, there may be some differences while others review this.
This college promises to give you placement if you are seriously want to make your future bright. They have strong bond and relationships with the big channels and the anchors. They have connections with popular and big faces.
I was really interested in Event Management right after my 12th and my subject preference falls under the course BA(JMC). I was in Delhi university doing B.A programme but then I dropped out of it just because that course wasn't creative enough for me and didn't provide with much choice of subjects. The thing I like the most about my new college is that faculty is very helpful and polite.
Our college is one of the best Mass Communication colleges in Delhi. It offers various mass communication courses that include Mass Communication, Advertisement, Journalism, TV News Reading and Anchoring, Radio Jockeying, Videography and etc. The college provides both theoretical and practical training.
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