Five Year Integrated Program in Journalism
The School will offer a Five Year Integrated Program in Journalism in two languages English and Hindi.
- The program offers an exit option after three years; in that case the student will be awarded Degree of BA (Hons.) in Journalism.
- The students completing two years post graduate course will be awarded the Degree of Masters in Journalism.
- The course includes teaching of four foreign languages (French, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic) and two regional languages (Tamil and Bengali) in ten semesters.
The Five Year Integrated Program has 28 Core Courses, two Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses, two Ability Enhancement Elective Courses (skill based), four General Elective Courses and four Discipline Specific Elective Courses and Dissertation as per the UGC guidelines.
The course is designed with equal weightage on Classroom Lectures (50% Credits) and Assignments/Projects and Internship (50% Credits). Students need to produce Newsletters and Documentaries, Broadcast News Bulletins, and Multimedia Contents of broadcast standards. The learning process will be adequately supported by a state of the art media lab cum studio.
The course is conceived as an interdisciplinary learning, incorporating the fundamentals of social sciences, sciences, gender studies, ethics, and global issues. Apart from the regular academic exercises, students will be required to take up internships with media houses, and research driven projects related to media and communication.
 
Examination Scheme
There are 28 Core Papers of 100 marks each in which 75 marks are for theory and 25 marks are for internal assessment. The program also has two AECC Papers of 100 marks each in which 75 marks are for theory and 25 marks are for internal assessment. There are two AEEC Papers of 100 marks each in which 75 marks are for theory and 25 marks are for internal assessment. If AEEC paper is purely practical, then the theory marks differ. There are four GE Papers of 100 marks each in which 75 marks are for theory and 25 marks are for internal assessment. There are four DSE papers of 100 marks each in which 75 marks are for theory and 25 marks are for internal assessment. The Compulsory Language Papers in all ten semesters also follow the same pattern, i.e. 75 marks for theory and 25 marks for internal assessment.
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