M.A. in Convergent Journalism: 4 Semesters (Spread over two years)
No. of Seats: 20
Programme/Course Fee: I Yr. Rs. 86,020/- II Yr. Rs. 73,620/-
Responding to the professional challenges of the journalism industry, the AJK MCRC started a P.G. Diploma course in Convergent Journalism in 2005. The enthusiastic response to the course, led to its being converted into a two-year Masters programme in 2007. Through an integrated programme in Print, Broadcast (Radio and Television), Online, and Photo Journalism, the course seeks to produce skilled and trained journalists, for all the four streams of journalism as reporters, news writers, copy editors and producers.
Students are expected to envelop an international perspective through student exchange, study abroad programs and pre-professional training experience. The graduates of the course are expected to distinguish themselves by their professionalism and a commitment to media ethics, social concerns and issues of human rights and civil liberties.
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Introduction to Radio
Mass Communication Theory
Mass Media Law and Ethics
Introduction to Video
Print and Photo Journalism Production
Contemporary India and the World
Media Management and Entrepreneurship
Convergent Media Project Tutorial
Convergent Media Project
Academic Seminar and Thesis
Public Relations and Corporate Communication/Advertising
Note: Evaluation, award of Grades, Cumulative Grade Point Average etc, will be as per The Ordinance 15 -A (XV-A) of Jamia Millia Islamia University. However, attendance rules will be as per the decision of Board Of studies of AJK MCRC which has stipulated that 75% attendance will be mandatory for all students.
To be eligible to appear in the final exams students will be required to attend a minimum of 75% of all the classes and practical. Any student not fulfilling this condition will not be allowed to appear in the final examination and will be subject to the existing rules and regulations of AJK MCRC.
Number of Seats: 20
Eligibility: Graduation in any discipline (10+2+3) with not less than 50 % marks in aggregate.
Section A: Multiple Choice Questions: 20 marks
Section B: Descriptive: 180 marks
Interview: 45 marks
Portfolio: 55 marks