Delhi School of Journalism (DSJ): At a Glance
Delhi School of Journalism (DSJ), University of Delhi offers a Five-Year Integrated Program (FYIP) in Journalism that has 28 Core Courses, 2 Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses, 2 Ability Enhancement Elective Courses (Skill-Based), 4 General Elective Courses and 4 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 inter-disciplinary 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. The teaching initially will rely on cooperative teaching, involving faculty members of journalism in various colleges of the University of Delhi and eminent professionals from the industry. The faculty of other universities in and around Delhi may also be invited. Foreign and Indian languages will be taught by the professors of the respective departments in the university or by faculty recommended by them.