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BJMC (Delhi-NCR Greater Noida)

 BJMC (Delhi-NCR Greater Noida)

Institutions

  • United College of Education Delhi-NCR Greater Noida.

Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Mass Comm. (B.A JMC)

Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) is a three year undergraduate multi-dimensional and a highly dynamic course. It aims to mould the complete personality of a student to suit the needs and requirements of a demanding industry. The course work is punctuated with periodic industry visits, live recording sessions, opportunities for shooting movies, news anchoring and presentation. The Institute takes pride in its state–of–the–art infrastructure that is unique and unparalleled.

Affiliation

All programmes are affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. The scheme and syllabus followed are strictly as per the format prescribed by the University. The BJMC programme is divided into six semesters. Each semester comprises of practical and theoritical subjects, so the student is familiar with both the aspect of the course.

Eligibility Criteria

Student applying for the course should have cleared the 12th class board examinations with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and should have passed in English (Core, Elective or Functional) as a subject.

Admissions through CET

The admissions are carried out strictly on merit basis through a Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University(GGSIPU), Dwarka. A candidate should satisfy the above mentioned eligibility criteria and qualify CET-GGSIPU to attend the counselling for further admission process in the institute.

Admissions through Management Quota

A candidate should satisfy the above mentioned eligibility criteria and obtain CET-GGSIPU Rank. The Institute conducts admission for 10% seats under management quota which is done on the basis of merit of qualifying examination and CET-GGSIPU Rank.

Course Structure

Each academic session of the course is divided into two semesters (August-December & January-May). In each semester examination and evaluation is carried out according to the scheme laid down by the University. Every paper is of 100 marks.

  • Internal assessment contributes 25% of the total marks on the basis of written test, assignments, presentations, attendance etc.
  • External assessment contributes 75% of the total marks which is being conducted by GGSIP university at the end of every semester.
  • Passing criteria: A student must score minimum of 40% marks in each subject (Internal and External Assessment combined together)

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