ADMISSIONS

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURE

 

1.         The admission to DSJ in Five Year Integrated Programme in Journalism (FYIP) based on an entrance test with eligibility of minimum 50% in class XII (irrespective of the stream).

2.         There are 120 seats in FYIPJ

3.         The entrance test will examine the candidate’s proficiency in general knowledge, current affairs, analytical and comprehension skills. The entrance test will be designed with the comparable standard of competitive exams at the national level for admission to under graduate courses.

4.         If there are vacant seats after three years (i.e. the exit point for students, who wish to leave with Degree of Bachelor of Journalism), new students may be allowed to apply for an entrance test for the Post Graduation course – Master of Journalism. The eligibility requirement for the Post-Graduate Course is bachelor’s degree from a recognized University.

5.         Students who secure 50% in any undergraduate programme (irrespective of the streams) from a university recognized by the UGC will be eligible to apply for the entrance test for MJ.

6.         The Master of Journalism entrance test will examine the candidate’s proficiency in General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Analytical and Comprehension Skills and media aptitude.The entrance test will be designed with the comparable standard of competitive exams at the national level for  students of  Post Graduate entrance.

7.         The number of seats in master’s programme (for students from lateral entry) will depend on the seats vacant after the students of FYIPJ exercise their exit option.

8.         Entrance examination will be held in both Hindi and English medium.

9.         Question paper for the medium will be same.

10.       The student will have an option to choose medium for question/answer (Hindi/English).

11.       Merit list will be prepared including all the categories as per the university rules.

12.       The reservation and other exemptions are applicable as per university rules.