Welcome to Delhi School of Journalism, University of Delhi 
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Vision & Mission


The vision and mission of Delhi School of Journalism (DSJ), University of Delhi is to identify and nurture aspiring journalists, enable them to become a driving force for a quality driven public sphere and information economy and thereby promote democracy and development in the truest sense.

Delhi School of Journalism (DSJ) is oriented towards creating a mechanism of training that can impart theoretical perspectives, technical skills and professional ethics of service. It is focused on nurturing a pool of minds that can gather and transmit information without adulteration and strengthen the democratic processes and the governance systems of the country. The institution aims to instill a sense of responsibility into the personal and professional conduct of the students in order to preserve the culture of peace, development and order in society and in developing and enriching the discipline of journalism through inter-disciplinary modules, innovative pedagogical techniques, and integration of critical insights into the teaching, learning and professional schemes.


Orientation Program 2023 at the Delhi School of Journalism19.09.2023
Hon'ble PM Shri Narendra Modi Ji's Speech About University of Delhi 30.06.2023
University of Delhi 100 Years Celebration: Valedictory Ceremony (Live)30.06.2023

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Delhi School of Journalism (DSJ): Youtube Channel 29.06.2023

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DSJ International Yoga Day Celebration (2023)19.06.2023

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Seminar on Media and Accountability-DSJ (2022)09.11.2022

DSJ Congratulates Mr Pradeep Kashyap and Ms Sapna for Internship Program (2023) 04.07.2023

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Pradeep Kashyap, student of Delhi School of Journalism, University of Delhi (5th year) was selected for Press Council of India Winter Internship Programme 2023. A total of 10 student were selected from all over India. Pradeep has also worked on Project Representation of LGBTQ Community in the Press/Media Internship held from 16th January 2023 to 14th February 2023.

Summer Internship Program 2023 was organized by the National Human Rights Commission in which Sapna, a student of X Semester of Delhi School of Journalism was selected. Sapna got first position in a group project. The research project was based on the topic of human rights of manual scavengers. It was held on 5th June 2023 - 30th June 2023.

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