Media & Journalism Entrance Exams Eligibility Criteria, Syllabus, Question Paper, Results, Answer Key
Eligibility Criteria Media & Journalism Entrance Exam –
Candidates who wish to join the Post graduation course in journalism ought to have finished their Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication. A minimum of 50% marks must have been obtained by the students.
List of Media & Journalism Entrance Exam
IIMC India Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) Results, Question Paper, Answer Key, Apply, Fees, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Dates, Pattern & Syllabus
- IIMC 2017 India Institute of Mass Communication
- IIMC 2018 India Institute of Mass Communication
- IIMC 2019 India Institute of Mass Communication
The entrance exam of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) holds one of top examinations in India. The institute conducts the examination to give admissions in various post-graduate diplomas in journalism like English, Hindi, Oria, Radio and Television, and Advertising and PR.
All the candidates, who are interested in applying, need to possess a graduate in any discipline. Also, students in their final year examinations can appear for the entrance test.
The entrance exam for post-graduate diploma in English journalism will be held between (9am to 11 pm), while examination for Radio and Television course will be held between (12 noon to 2 pm) and Advertising and Public relations exam between (3 pm to 5 pm). The interview dates will come in last week of June/first week of July
2. Jamia Milia Islamia University, Delhi
The Jamia Milia Islami’s department A.J.K Mass Communication Research Centre conducts the entrance examination for admitting students for full time Master’s degree programme.
PG diploma in Journalism (Hindi Medium) (Self-Financed): All the candidates interested in applying must have a graduation degree from a recognised college with at least 45 percent, with a working knowledge of Hindi.
MA (Mass Communication): All the candidates interested in applying must possess a graduation degree from a recognised university/ institute in any stream with at least 50 percent marks.
PG diploma in Broadcast Technology (Self-Financed): All the candidates interested in applying must be a graduate from a recognised college in physics/ electronics/ computer science/ Information Technology (IT)/ Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) or engineering with at least 50 percent with two compulsory subjects – physics and mathematics in Class12.
PG diploma in Urdu Mass Media: All the applicants must have secured minimum 55 percent in Urdu/Persian/Arabic language in Class 12.
Certificate in Photography (Self-Financed/Part-time): All the candidates interested in applying must have a score of minimum 40 percent in Class 12.
The entrance examination will be held on May 14 and 15, 2016.
3. GGSIPU CET Exam:
The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) conducts the Common Entrance Test (CET) for giving admissions to students in various graduate and master courses.
It offers programmes like Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC), Master of Mass Communication (MJMC) Weekend and Master of Arts (Mass Communication) regular.
Those candidates applying for BJMC course need to score at least 50 percent aggregate in their Class 12 board examination.
For MJMC weekend programme, candidates will be selected on the basis of work experience with graduation degree from a recognised university with 50 percent.
The CET exam for BJMC will be conducted on April 30, 2016, and the merit list of MJMC will be released in the 1st week of June.
4. Delhi University (BMMMC)
The B.A. (H) Multi-Media and Mass communication (BMMMC) is a self-financed programme which is UGC affiliated, however, runs only by I.P College under the University of Delhi. The entrance exam is conducted in two tiers.
The candidates who are interested in applying for this course need to score minimum 55 percent aggregate in Class 12 board examination.
All the students need to fill a separate form for the entrance examination. The examination is scheduled to take place in mid June this year.
5. MGM College, Aurangabad
The MGM College of Journalism and Mass Communication conducts their entrance exam to give admission to students in MA/BA and Mass Communication and Journalism programmes.
Post Graduate courses: The candidates must have a graduation degree with at least 45 percent from a recognised university or institute.
Undergraduate courses: The candidates must have completed higher secondary school with at least 45 percent from a recognised board or institute. The candidates must have knowledge of computer and English language.
The examination will be held in the month of July for all the courses. All the candidates are requested to keep a check on the official website, http://mgmjournalism.org/.
6. FTII, Pune
The Film and Television Institute of India, Pune is one of the prestigious institutes in India that gives admissions to students in various post graduate courses.
All the candidates interested in taking admission in Direction and Screenplay, Cinematography, Acting and editing among others need to have a full time Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline.
For more details on courses, the candidates can visit the official website, www.ftiiindia.com.
The interview for all courses started on April 5 and the last date for all interviews is May 18, 2016.
The Andhra University, Visakhapatnam and Dr. B.R.Ambedkar University, Srikakulam conducts a common admission test for giving admission into post graduate mass communication programmes. The university offers MJMC (Master of Journalism and Mass communication) for 2 years and MS Communication and Media Studies, which is also for 2 years.
All the candidates need to have a valid graduation degree in any disciple from a recognised university/institute.
The admit cards for the entrance examination will be released by May 2 and the written test will be conducted on May 5, 2016.
8. Pondicherry University
The department of electronic media and mass communication of Pondicherry University conducts various master and doctorate programmes for giving admission to students.
M.A Mass Communication: All the candidates need to possess a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with at least 50 percent marks.
Master of Science (Electronic Media): The candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree with 55 percent in Electronic Media/ Journalism / Visual/Communication/Visual Arts/ Performing Arts/Sciences OR a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 55 percent with a one-year diploma in Computer Applications.
Doctorate of Philosophy (Electronic Media): The candidates need to possess a Master’s degree with 55 percent in electronic media, journalism, mass communication, fine arts, visual arts and performing arts.
Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) (Mass Communication): The applicant must have a Master’s degree with 55 percent in mass communication, journalism or electronic media.
The written examination for all programmes will be held on May 27 at various centres.
9. Aligarh Muslim University Entrance Exam
This university offers varied courses in the department of mass communication. The university conducts written test to give admissions to students in PhD, M.Phil and other post graduate courses.
For post graduate diploma in Mass Communication (Urdu), candidates need to have at least 50 percent.
The written examination will be held on June 15, 2016 and the examination for Master of Arts (Mass Communication) will be held on April 30.
10. Banaras Hindu University (BHU)
The Banaras Hindu University is one of the oldest institutes across India. The university offers both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes in mass communication.
The eligibility criteria and important dates will be uploaded on the official website, www.bhuonline.in very soon.