School of Journalism and Mass Communication , K.R. Mangalam University aspires to develop critical and analytical thinking skills in the students interested in pursuing a career in the Media industry.
The curriculum is aptly designed with a balanced approach towards academic and practical learning, responding to the demands of modern journalism, advertising, Public Relations, film making, event management, and other channels of mass communication. Industry projects are an integral part of the courses, enabling students to acquire hands-on training for the profile of their choices such as writing, production, management, reporting, direction, designing, and much more.
Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication emphasize the importance of media law and ethics. Students learn about the legal and ethical responsibilities of journalists and media professionals, including issues such as freedom of the press, privacy, defamation, copyright, and media regulation.
School of Journalism and Mass Communication aspires to become an internationally recognized Media School through excellence in interdisciplinary project-based student-centric media education. We aim to develop socially responsible life-long learners who contribute to nation building through research and innovation.
The teaching and pedagogy methods are designed to provide students with a well-rounded education in journalism, media studies, and mass communication. The focus is on developing both theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for careers in the media industry.
Classroom lectures form the basis of theoretical knowledge and conceptual understanding. Professors provide lectures on various subjects such as media theory, journalism ethics, media law, communication theories, and media research methods. These lectures aim to provide students with a solid theoretical foundation.
Practical Assignments and Projects
Practical assignments and projects are an essential part of the curriculum. Students are given hands-on tasks that reflect real-world scenarios in journalism and mass communication. This may include news writing exercises, conducting interviews, producing multimedia content, creating advertising campaigns, or managing social media accounts. These assignments help students apply their theoretical knowledge and develop practical skills.
Newsroom simulations are often conducted to give students a taste of the fast-paced and dynamic environment of a newsroom. Students work in groups to simulate news production processes, including news gathering, writing, editing, and publishing. This exercise helps students develop teamwork, time management, and decision-making skills under tight deadlines.
Guest Speakers and Industry Experts
Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication frequently invite guest speakers and industry experts to share their insights and experiences with students. These professionals may include journalists, media practitioners, editors, producers, or communication specialists. Guest lectures and workshops provide valuable industry perspectives and networking opportunities.
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