I chose to get enrolled in this college because this is among the best non-government institutions. It doesn't boast of a big and heavy infrastructure but I bet you won't regret getting enrollment. Practical exposure is given as much required. In these three years, I overall had a good experience. The faculty members are all so good.
I chose this course because I have good writing skills. Faculty members here are well qualified and all have a professional background. The ratio is quite good. Talking about exams, we have our internal and external exams every semester. The syllabus for the same is allotted and questions are asked from the syllabus.
Internships are offered off-campus, generally. Students are sent to places for exposure. We have not yet got any such offers. Hope we will be able to get one after the college reopens and we start our sixth semester.
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.
The fee structure is quite simple. You have to pay 80,000 in two instalments. Talking about the job and financial assistance, I am yet to get a job as I am into my third year. To be honest, I really don't rely much on the institute to get me a job.
As I have already mentioned, the institution doesn't boast of heavy infrastructure. It has two buildings, a teaching block, and the main building. The college holds an annual fest which they call as ‘Kalamanthan’. Students have nice opportunities to show their skills apart from the course required skills. The college has a library but I haven't tried reading a book yet in these three years. There are studios for practical classes.
Yes, we had a GD and interview along with the written entrance exams. The topic of our group discussion was the education system and its flaws. The preparations were not of that level but yes you should have a good knowledge of the industry and should be updated with current affairs.
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).
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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